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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915.
v. n I nd r MEW CITY BONDS 1 GOOD DEMAND 'long Term Issues Sell on llio Curb nt' Higher Prices Than Expected. rUHMC OFFKllIXU MADK Th Now Yirk city botulH purrliniiol by the Kuhn, Let & Co.-Wllll.im A. Head & Co.-Klililcr. I'wiIkkIv ft Co. nyndlcato vwro offered publicly ycfttor d.iy liy the bankers. Tho 4.'j Ior cent. 50 year xttvn tvero offorwl at 102 nml 110 cruod Intci-Mtt nnd tho ncrlal bonds nt vurylwr prices, ncconlliu; to nruttirlty. from a 3 '.J ier rent. ImikIk for tlio nno year bomM to ti 4. 3n b-tsln for tho llflcen year bontlM. Wall Street looks-1 for n, quirk Kiile by tho b.tnkor of the entire 11.353.3nil of this rcriitl bortdn nutvrmeiod. The dlepof.il f tho 3:t,73l,WU llfty Jvr Innrisj wax roKimled iia a nlower matter, though It wan reported that the Kink ra were well KatJnlled with the demmil thus far tr-nlstorcd. Hcltivo-tment of July 1 interest and dividend Myment U looked to for a Htlmululcd demand ml tho tax 'free provisions of the new city bonds nro retnirdi-d an an attraction that will make. It.elf felt In purchases. The Ioiik term Winds on tho curb nold at lot, to 10M4. cliwlntr at the hluher flmiro. Hankers wore plumed that tlio txmd.1 brousht a higher price than tho morn v-orwrv.it Ivo etlmates predicted imI found In this f.-u-t a dcKive of en couniKcnieiit reffanlliiR Investment con ditions. Thoso closo to tho successful nyndlcito suld that the bonds could readily bo sold nt the offerlnc price ns the adverse conditions of tlio British loem price nnd tho wave of fore'rm rell Inc of American stnjidard mllroad bonds hart teen fully dh-oofcnted In their Judg ment In tho price of Uio bonds as they ere bolus offered. SECURITIES SOLD AT AUCTION. lift" promlssqry not nf C C. Dow, 11 lot. flTS Kenslco renn'tery 6 per rent, certin elite of Indebtedness, t? lot ID shares tfrnslro Cemetery certificate of Interest, 1100 Int. 110,000 Monroe Consolidated Minim Com pany llrst niortRaise per cent, told bonds, 17 lot. 11,000 Mllllken Urns.. Inc., first mortise convertlhle elnklne fund per cent, gold Imnils. 15 lot 1500 Mllllken llro.. Inc.. per cent, note scrip; i:,000 Mllllken Hros., Inc., 6 per rent, notrs, 51. II shares Atker, Merrall A- Condlt Com pany, 1100 eich, IS 100 shares City Insestlns; Company, com mon. $100 earh, 10. 1 share Clinton Hall Association. 1100, 31. I. tOO shares Sportlnc Times Mines Cor poration, lit lot. Hi shares (iardlner Artlftclal Lumber Com pany, 12 lot. to shares Salisbury Steel and Iron Com pany, i:s lot. 1.000 shares Princeton Copper Mlnlnc and Smelting Company. It lot. 1,100 shares Gou nam! 11 Cobalt Ventura Corporation. Ltd., 14 lot. tOO shares Sliver Hagle Mlnlnc Company, Ltd.. II lot. tl 13-100 shares Mllllken Bros., Inc., com mon, IIS lot. 155 note of William T Hugutey: 1100 note of William T. Husrulev, 11 lot. 270 shares Standard Leather Manufactur ing Company, I: lot. 14,000 Comstock Tunnel Company drat mortgage Income 4 per cent, bonds, due 1319. 41 shares Hunterdon Realty and Construc tion Company, 1150 lot. 55 shares Phelps, Modes Co., :49-2S0. 120,000 Standard Lumber Company general and refunding mortgage $ per cent, bonds. 17 lot. 174,300 North Carolina special tax bonds, 1400 lot. t shares Germanla Life Insurance Com pany, 185. II shares Atlas Portland Cement com mon. 15. 4 shares Remington Typewriter Company first preferred. 49 j. 1 shares International Traction Company preferred, 75. 2 shares City Club Realty Company, 45. 13,000 Courtney Development Company per cent, gold mortgage registered stamped bonds; 12,000 Missouri Pacific Railway Company consolidated first mortgage per cent, bonds, 11,100 lot, HCMMF.il RESORTS. ss - Lake Winnipesaukee and Lake Sunapee IN NEW HAMPSHIRE In the foot-hills of the White Mountains. Combining all the attractions of Lakes, Woods, Mountains Every summer pleasure on land and water boating, fishing, bathing, golf, tennis, motoring. Exquisite scenery. Mountain coolness. Fir and spruce laden air. Highest type of hotels, boarding houses and camps at all prices. sU MISCELLANEOUS. MTws to Fifltan Day Tours' Valuable YWV.V. book of I litem short vaca tlon Tour auggrslloiii. Address, New lork 4'anlral Lines. Travel Uurcau, (.'rand Central Terminal. '.V. ".MOUNTAIN AND I.AKB ItnSOIlTH." Hie J.m:kawanna Ilallroad's new summer Hook, will help you plan your vacation. Free at Uotutofflooa, B'way, oor. Wall Ht, Cor. , n, Om, Mtktt. 4X. 41a4 Ou Nav WHAT DOES IT COST? HOW much does title policy cost? Not as much as 70a think perhaps. Our rate for some titles Is as low as $20. It depends on the location of the property, the amount of the purchase price and whether or not wc hare ex amined It before. It costs you nothing" to In quire from us In each Indi vidual case. The rates are fixed and not subject to any variation or uncertainty. TiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRUST Co Capital . . S 5,000,000 aurpiusrau earned) ll.UOU.UUO J7aDVy, K.T. 1 78 ReniKfi St., B'klm. 330 Fulton SU Jamaica. FULL TIME TOR CARPET MILLS. A nnonncement IteeelTed Joyfully by Merehnnta) nf Yonkeri, Tonkehs, N T June, 30. The bin carpet mills of the Alexander Smith Sons Carpet Company, which have been operating on part time for several weeks, will resume full operations on Monday, July 12, It was announced here to-day. Tho company employs between 7.R00 and 8,000 persons. Owing to a short bbo of dyextuffn, which were Imported from Clermany, tho company) opera tions were curtailed last fall. The news that the mills are to run on full time was received Joyfully by Yonkcrs mer- chants, because It means tho release of a weekly payroll of between $76,000 and ?ivn,uuu. BUSINESS TROUBLES. KinVAHD O. SOLTMANN A petition In vannrupii-r " ueen inea against ward (I. Soltmann. dealer In drawing ni.,ri,ui0 mm uri'tiiieri and engineers supplies at 134 to 140 West Twenty ninth street, one of the oldest and largest dealers In that Una of business, by these creditors: Miller & Wright Paper Company, 11,90: J, E. Undo Paper Company, 2, and Joseph I. Grady, Inc.. 12. It .is alleged that he made preferential payments to the Corn Ux thange Hank of 11,700 on May ti. and to the Northwestern Compo Hoard Com pany of Minneapolis of I1.64S on June 17. Mr. Soltmann has been in business thlrty.tlve years and was reputed to own real estate at 204 to 214 West Thtrty- th street and 321-323 Kaat nighty eighth street. FK1.DMAHK MEADOW A petition In bankruptcy rtiej against Sender Fold mark and Jncob Meailow. who compose the tlrm of Keldmark & M sallow, dealers In dry goods at 901 Kast 113d street, by these creditors: l-amuel S. Uold berg, I1H; Maurice M. Cohen, 1400, and Charles Orensteln. 190. Discharged From nankmptey. JUMUri STERN, of 277 Broadway, for merly of Julius stern A Co., and at one time a curb stock broker, has been dis charged from bankruptcy by Judge Hand. Ills liabilities were til, 551 and no aotual assets. Assignments. FRANK B. MALONEY COM PANT, INC.. dealer In Ice cream, soda and candles at 41 Pine atreet, has made an assignment to Charles W. Hastings. The company was lncorporate.1 on July 7. 1114, with capital stock, 110,000, and C. Elliott Peck Is treasurer. JOSEPH FRANK SONS, INC., lithog raphers at 22 Thames street, assign ment to James C. McEachen. The busi ness wu started thirty-one years ago and was Incorporated In March, 1109. Hannah H. FrAnk la president. DAVID 1.. SCHNEHR. doing business as the David I Sehneer Company, silk Jobber at 104 Kast Nineteenth street, assignment to Kumuel Salmowltz. He began business In August, 1911. ROKERT S. ltrcllTF.lt, stationer and en graver at 22S Hroadway, assignment to liordon Cameron. JACOH VOGEU advertising, of 22 Fifth avenue, an assignment to Loula M. Tur ner. BERTHA COHEN, doing business as the Lenox Mtillnery Supply at 2212 Seventh avenue, assignment to Abram Llpfeld. , SUMMER RESORT". Through service Eight hours from New York Send for booklets MIkeWinnip4Mauk49nand'lA!eSanape Vacation Bureau 171 Brondway, Room 267, New York New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Boston & Maine R. R. KRMONT. VERMONT for VACATIONS hcml ie Mniiu for llliimi.itnl booklet glvlns Information about rcnorls, hotels, farm houses, rotiairs Mnil camps wltn riles, railroad farrs ?.c,..Ad.u".."'nrr"1 !'"tem I'asscnjer Agent Itulland n. It., uio llrojumay, N. V. City. Equinox House MA.Clli:.SIKIM.rilK. MOUNTAINS. Vermont. DIRECT WIRE TO RAYMOND, rVstOaOW OQ. U. Y. am, TB Larralm. u FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOES STILL LOWER Francs, Lire and Marks All Continue Drop Kroner tho One Exception. Further new low records In Conti nental exchange were registered yester day, francs, lire nnd marks all going down. Auntrlan kronen were an ex ception, closing unchanged, Sterling ex change aim closed comparatively firm and at the same prices at wthlch It was quoted at the end of the day's business on Tuesday, but during the course of trading yesterday It sold at new low prices. At one time during the day de mand sterling was selling as low as 4.7G, with cables at 4.76. The previous' low records for sterling exchange were 4.75"s for demand and 4.76 for rabies. At the close of the market sterling was quoted at 4.76 '.4 for demand and 4. 7714 1 for rabies, unchanged from Tuesday's last prices. Franca were quoted last night at 6.70 for checks and MS for cables, on com pared with a previous close of 5.06 tor tho former and S,65;4 for the latter. Marks closed at 81 1-16 for sight drafts and 8114 for cables. On Tuesday the elofdng prices were MH for the former and 81T4 for the latter. Italian lire sold at 6.18, against a previous close of 6.16. Austrian kronen were unchanged at 15.10. PARK MASHER CONVICTED. Interior Decorator Sent to Work- house for 410 Pars. The twenty-seventh conviction na a result of tho activities of Lieut. Duffy's special squad, sent from Tollco Head quarters to clear Central Park of of fenders against women, was mnde by Magistrate Murphy In Torkvlllo court yesterdny afternoon In the caso of Hiram A. Osborne, an Interior decorator and deslBner of 20 Kast Korty-olghth street. Osborno was mntenrcd to sixty days In tho workhouse. Ho was ar rested on the evening of June 7. Former. Assistant District -Attorney George Whltesldo represented the pris oner during tho hearing and called a number of people prominent In the dec orating business' as character, witnesses. Lire Stock Market. WEDNESDAY. June 30. Receipts of beecs were 1,144 hesd. In cluding 30 cars for the market. Steers were In light supply and strong, with some very choice dry fed offered; bulls were steady to strong, with bologna bulls In some cases 16c. higher: fat rows uneven, with sales steady to lower: others firm. Tho yards were cleared. Medium to e. tra steers sold at IS.SOUI10 per 100 lbs.: oxen at 174714. SO; bulls at IS.gO'MI. 1 extra bull at l 71. rows at 13.75017 30; 1 extra. 17.76; tallends, I3IJ.0. Dressed beef was In fair demand at 12814liC for city dressed native sides. Receipts of eales were 3. 713 head, In cluding 3.226 for the market. Trade less active, with some sales 2UJ50C. lower thin beet figures obtained on. Mondaj's markt The pens were cleared. Common to choice wale sold at 153111.75 per 100 lbs., with 111.50 the general top price; culls at I7r 11.50: skim milk calves at 169X17. City dresstd veals were In fair demand at lSa He; country dressed firm at 12lfl5c. Receipts of sheep anil lambs were 4.876 head. Including 12 cars for the market. Sheep wers In fair demand and itealy; prime and choice handy lambs tlrm to 25c. higher; others steady. Common to good sheep sold at I4BI6 per 100 lbs.; a few mixed at 11.50; culls at llffll.so; common tn choice lambs at 190111.25; culls at II; yearlings at 6.S0irS. Dressed mutton Arm at llfllc; dressed lambs steady at Receipts of hogs wers I.ISS hesd, !,. eluding 1'4 cars for tho market. Prices steady for medium and light weights: weak for heavy hogs. Sales were at II 10 V 14.35 per 10 lbs.; roughs sold at 16.50 16.75, RUMMER RESORTS. BnoK IHI.AND, Watch Hill House Also THE COLONIAL NOW lll'KN. MATCH II,I R, , .MOST I'llllKiX.'T SUAHllOltll llK.SOItT. AIiii Cool 1 No le or Mosiiulloi-s. Hurf anil dill water bathliiB. Il.hnls tlulf Cnurso, Ti iinls. Orchestra. A la Carte drill Wlillo eunlio throughout, a. E. DICK V KRMONT. ROHM Kit RKSORTS. Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket Islands where vacation life unfolds its greatest charm. Every sport and pastime is made doubly enjoyable by the Spell of the Sea Unsurpassed golfing perfect beaches, with still-water and surf-bathing side by side yachting, motor-boating, fresh and salt water fishing. Grand Places for Children For Illustrated Booklota Addrttu Vacation Bureau 171 Broadway, Room 397, New York, N. T. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad New England Steamship Co. NEW JERSKY Atlantla City. OSTEND Occupying an entire block of ocean front and connected with the famous lloardwalk; !l.,n' popular Chelsea section; capacity too; unusually larsre, cool -ooms, with un obstructed lew of ocmn from all; every appointment and comfort: sea and fresh water In all baths; running- n ater In rooms; 4,000 feet nf porches surround the hotel: the new dining; room overlooks the sea, finest cuisine and white service; orchestra of soloists; rtanclnir twice dally, social di versions; magnificent new I'alm Irfunitei special 1 1T.10 up weekly; booklet mailed: auto meets trains; management by owners. JOHN C UOWLnit. Mar. Ttlt tCADING RtSORT ftOTtl OT THE W0R10 ODartborongb-BfenlKlm ATIiANTIO CITY. N. J. OWNERSHIP MSSJ Sot MINT JOSIAH WHITE A SONS COMPANY CHALFONTE Atlantic City, New Jersey The Leeds Company Hotel TRAYMORE IniE LAROEST FIRKl'Itnois ttr. 1A Hold Orlilnal Creation lth the Local Color of Atlantic City. American Sulm an netinll European iwni iiiriE. i -rnK wort. t ea llnr lllrh.Clss Moderate Rate Hotel. ALIEMARLC v'":lnl near Ileach. fskatbinainuk. Capacttj- 3S0. Klevator. private baths, etc ; excellent table. June rate 110 up weekly; I: up dally llooklet. J. P. COl'K. NEW HOTEL MERION Itj Vermont Ave. and Ileach. Capiclty 300 Very moderate rates for the comfort, ap- f ointments and table of the larst hotels 1 up dally, special weekly, I-arire cool ocean view rooms, etc. llooklot. C. II. Prettvman. HOTEL NEW ENGLAND Houth Carolina ave. and beach. Private baths running water In rooms elevator to street level eitenlvo porches. Capacity a&i. Nneclal rates llooklet. IlltVAN 4 WILLIAMS. HOTEL LELANDE Massachusetts a v. .directly on the beach lelev., prlvatebalhs;reas'irb!ft rutes.Waltertt Hawk ATLANTIC CITY. N. J Amorlca's Kamoua All Tssr Resort. VMVr JRR8KY Asbury rsrk. METROPOLITAN Asiifnv PARK. N. .1. OPEN TIlllOLtilKHT THK YR.R New, Modern, Concrete Construction. Centrally located, luxurious Kuttsa Pri vate 11.1th. Hunnlnir water tn all rooms. WlUte f-ervlre, .Muslr, Tennis Courts, N. V. onice, ltunner lluroau. Hotel McAlptn, or SHERMAN o. ItKVNIS, Manager. Accommodates 300. 'Phono Asbury 1345. Direct Ocaan Pront, 17th Siumn, RlSTOl I ilfsl Sumnifr Hnm for Dl.-crlnilnatlnjr lVopla. 11 ri auii innsiKPininl. ft ANT A A HXM'AUD, Asbury, .V. j. THE LAFAYETTE Asbury Park, N. J.; exclusive patronace; Erlvate and public tub, shower and needle atha, bachelor apartments; runnlni water In every room; white service; booklet. Open May tlU Oot, M, II. FKOHT. HOTEL PLAZA Whole Square. On Ocean and Lake. All outslda rooms. American and European plan. Headquarters for auto tour ists. Capacity 800. J. KKWET. Owner A Prop. HOTEL WINTHROP Aabury Park, N. J. Overlooklnt ocoan; nswflreproof construction; 49 private baths; levators to street level; American and European plan. L. V KAHN (10 years Prop, of Scarboro, Long- liranch), THE BERWIN Asbury Park, N. J. Absolutsly llrst class; elevator to street levej; runnlne stater In rooms; sultss with bath. 8. Uaker Ilrooka. HOTEL ALBION NEW On of the tnoat mo.Urn hntli n ocean front. E. V. TOWN H END. HOTEL BRUNSWICK Directly on the beach. Notsd for lis hlKh standard nf sicellsnoe MOItdAN PAllSONH. HOTEL PARK VIEW Blook from ocean; suites with Init h, ele vator; rapacity 300. I.I.OVD EVANS, Mar. HOTEL THEDFORD ovfrK.h.Ar.?:.n8 suites, with bath, reltned pntroniiKe; booklet, HAltllV DUFFIHI.D, Owner and Proprietor. THE SURF HOUSE ocean, dsnrlnE, rapacity HO. J, WAI.TEH RUTL'UKR. Prop. THE FENIMORE Now Openf or SJnd .Season. 'i'IIOH MHIIJ; THE MADISON louklne tiunsst Lake. J, K, UOUMAN, HI pain liiitidsomnly Illustrated liooklet of Asliury l'arU. Wllte Chiimlior nf Commerce. 817 Miiln Ht., Astuiry Pork, N. J. Hcml ho postiiee. NEW JERHKV Point Pleasant. rtoturssqns Point Pleasant, On oosan and str. BoatUf, bathlni. flalilns;, colt, cnajn kae 4kt Oamaiaros, Pt Plsaaaab Dtu . HUMMER RESORTS, NEW JKRSBY Sprlof Latk Besxh. THE NEW MONMOUTH Spring Lake Beach, N. J. Now Open. An Unexcelled Hotel on the Ocean Front TTIth Even- Attraction for the Nummrr Visitor Dally Concerts and Dances Palm and Tea Room Overlooklnt the Ocean 1 PrlTAtr Tennis Courts Golf. Motorlnr. Klshln, Itldlnr PIUnk V. hllUTi:. Manater THE SHOREHAM fiprlnc Iske Ilsach, N. J. Fsclnr lake! blocks from ocsan. Now opsn. K. K. SPANOBNBHRa THE BREAKERS "prlns; Ike Death, N. J. Directly on the ortsn. Opens May It. U N. MOM. THE ALLAIRE Sprint Lake Bsarli. N. J. Dtrsotlf on the besch MAUD COIJATB HOLMES. Tour New England Vir.W THE SCENERY OF TIIE M)LNTAINS. FOLLOW TnE ROCK HOl.NK SHORE. LINGER 1IY TIIE WATERS 4IF SOME llAHK DLl'E I-AK4 TIIAVF.I. TIIROLUII A PIC Tl'HESQl'E VALLET, OR ROLLING FARMINt; CX1UNTRY AS TOU WILL. All forms of soenlo beauty await you In this Vacation Land, with food roads everywhere, and attractive Wayside Inns. Palatial Reports or mamtfleent City Hotels to provide for your comfort. Send for free Illustrated road map In colors, "NEW KNOLANI) TOURS." mib llshed bv the NEW K.NCISI) HOTEL ASSOCIATION, comprlslnc over two hun dreil of the best hotels and resorts. WM, M. KIMIIALI.. Necrrtarr. Draper Hotel. Northampton. Mass. CONNECTICUT. Che Edgewood "New York's Ideal Subivban Hotel' AT GHKKNWICH. CONN. NOW OPEN. Flao aato run or 3H mUii from town. 60 minute electric train anrtiot. Golf links, tennis courts, club houaa. The ALFRED S. AMER CO., Owners A Props. THEQRISWOLD EASTERN POINT, NEW LONDON, 0T. Finest Muiiunrr Resort Hotel In America. l!s hours from .New York or Huston. Open June in to Hept. 14. II. II. SAX! ON, Manaaer. "WOOWSCOCRT." a modern Health Re. sort: fireproof bulldlnss: elevstor: rest and recuperation. Address DRAWER J. South NorwsJk, Connecticut. NEW HAMPSHIRE. ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE SUNAPEE Soo-Nipi Park Lodge ANnf'OTTAi;Es,i.AKr.MNAri:i:.N.ii. Tlif FOtfMUi of Ihr It'nfls Afoiinlofrif Modern Hotel with Private llaths. Elevator, etc. NOW OPEN, tiuperh Oolt Course. .Halllnr. Hoatlnr. Flshlni. etc. Ua race. For Information reeardlneaccommo. latlons and cottages address I.. 11. Vt A 11 E. Manac er. BRETTON WOODS WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. Ths.Moant Pleasant Open June IS to Oct. I RALPH J. HERRIMUIt. Utr Ths Mosnt VTashlniton Open July 8 to Oot. II D, J. TfiUDKAU. Slfr. For Booklet 4c Information Address ITotell. WH1TX MOUNTAINS (NEW PROFILE HOUSE llooklnc Office, Motel Vendume, Hostoa. Maple wood Hotel .Mai'crt ood. N, II. Open Juno to Oct. For llooklet 4 Inf, address L. II. CILLKY. Mar MAINE. OCEAN fcT HOTEL KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE On ocean 'font. Rooms with or without bath, llathlnr, sslllnit, tennis, U hole aolt course, canoelne on beautiful rlcr. Good music, dancliiK. Accoimnodates US. cot tsjes. Write for Uooklet open June 19. K li I.UCAH. 1r. UaPaIaa AND ANNEX CILVUy Heron lsl m. At the mouth of the PamarKutu Itlvcr, will open June 16. llooklet, THE BRUNSWICK ,!J,lMt':i- Porll.uid'n est Hutel, Am. A Uur HU'lt, MASS.K'IIUSl-.TTH, COLONIAL INN WitiarlhuN Vineyard, Kdcurtown, Mass One of the most attracllTo hotels on Murllms Miie.varil. upeu iiluinlilns;, boat lug, batlilng, IIbIiIiik, tennis, rolf, esrellsnt horns table; lighted by electricity, booklst, T II. C11I1U1W1N, EARLY GOLF STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. RED LION INN NOW OPEN. lU-pflTimH Str. "HIGHLANDER" Lvs. Hattery 9.15, West 23d At. 9.45; Yonkers 10.4S A. M. DANCING. RKClllLAR DINNER, SOe, Str. "MARY POWELL" m. 10.30, W. 129th Ht. 10 40 A, M. (mr. "Newbtirirh" Hat. A Huns.) Round Trip Dally, 60c. Children, JSc. Hundays sV Itolldavs. ?Cc. Children. 50c. MrALl.lHTKRHTII'T.CO. Tel. Hroad962 DLOCK ISLAND, ORIF.NT, OREF.NPORT, ItHF.l.TF.R INLAND AND HAO IIARIIOR. Rtr. "Ahtnnecock" of Montnuk Steamboat Coa Line leaves N. Y., Pier ft, ith St., B. R., Tues. and Thurs., 6:30 P. II.; Sat., 1S00 P. M. HARTFORD LINE Prom New Pier 30, Kast River, foot of reek Slln. dally eieentSundav. at K I1. f. forCnnnen- tlont lllvrr landlncs. Write for Mummer folder. 8UMMF.H MESORTH. NEW YORK Oatakllt MounUlns. The Catskill Mountains a reglra of ROMANTIC 8CENERT ALTrrtmic aooo to 4noe fkict ATTKACTIVK HOTEIA AND BOARDING HOUSES MA NT TROUT STREAM FOrCLAR WALKS AND DRIVES MOUNTAIN tl.lMIIINO CAMFINO A WONDERFUL COUNTRY OF WILDWOOD CHARM) THE ULSTER & DELAWARE R.R. In connection with West Shore R.R.. oper ates throufh trains. Includlnc Pullman service. The RIP s AN WINKI.r. PRK.S9 leaves New Tork. Cortlandt Stre.t 13:40 noon. Wsst 42nd Street 1 o'clock P. M., dally oteept Sunday. Stesmers of the Hudson River Day Line make direct connection at Klntston Point with afternoon trains tor all points In the mountains. The summer schedule for season of lots Is now In effect. The annual Illustrated book with re vised map of the Catskill Mountain sec tion, and corrected list nf over 1,000 hotels and hoarding houses, will be sent free on receipt of 0 cents pottare. N. A- 3111!!, General Psesenrer Areat, Kingston. N. V, Special Escunion Rate July 3d to 6th $2.50 per Day. GRANT HOUSE Jefferson HelcMs. ' Catskill, N. T. H'Kh elevation, magnificent scenery. Ilrosd fiUizas, 400 fest lorn. Orchestra, Danc nr, Roatlnr, Oolf and Tennis on hotel (rounds. l'ine culilne, Own vesjetable garden. Capacity three hundred, llooklet P. U. COKNKI.I.. Slanagsr. SUNSET PARK INN And Cottage. Haloes Falls. N. Y. Accommodates :40. Rooms with bath: elec tric lights; Golf. Tennis. Iloatlng, Pishing. Orchestra, Dancing. Purs water. Kates mod erats. llooklot. JO.HKPH UVI1NE.1. LONO iSIJl.Nl Nsw Tork. LONG ISLAND'S Seashore, Bays, Lakes, Woods and Hills are pictured nnd described in the book "Long Island and Real Life," FREE at ticket offlcen, 170 Bway. and Fifth Ave. Bldg. Arcade, or mailed upon receipt of ten cents by the Gen'l Pnss'r Agent, Long Island R. R., Room 303, Pennsylvania Sttv tion, N. Y. Directly New York's o minutes on the Miburban from Ooean Ilesort Wall St. Edgemere Club HOTEL AND COTTAGES EDGEMKItK, I.ONO ISIiAND NOW OPEN. Prlvat Ideal .Suites All llathlng of Rooms Outdoor Ileach vtlth llaths bports The rliih will remain open until llct, 1st Tor Club Membership A Hales Address Kl.MP.It r. MAIIIII'.WS. Manaisrr For literature ft Information UMiU'ay.N.Y, Trlrphone, K Par llockau.iy PROSPECT HOUSE shelter Island llrlithu. I.. I , .V. V 4W OPIl.N. tjolf, Tennis, Varlitlni.', Hnthlnr. "iarage. Dellihtful Climate. Countrj and Shore combluert. llooklet , i'i:'lti. .it i.t ith v)i;r.K r.Mi. IDC.tl MOlllll TRIP faTW TOKK Wsstebsster Oaay. WHY NOT COMMUTE FROM ! Briarcliff Lodge,; BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y. 30 Miles up the Albany Poit Road. 50 Minute Electric Train Service to Scarboro. 600 Feet Elevation. All the advantages of country life and the comforts of the best city hotel. New York Office. 102 Madison Avenue. NEW YORK -Alexandria Bay. Alexandria Bay,N. Y THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE O. O. STAPLES, Owner and Proprlstor, PJSNB flATURDAT. JUNK 1. Modern arpolntnienis, anliiiiulnif pool, (olf, tennis, busting, lUhlni ami all outdoor amussinents. For enjaifiinent of rooms apply to WILLIAM TVAIUIUIITON. Prlncs G-orcs Ilotsl, 14 K. !th 8t., If, T. I'KNNHVLVANIA Minn iiee-on-Itrlan arc. to Absolutely Fireproof HUUKWOOU Hm net-un-IMii itre. I'min, llttnit or ttit r.diioijii (ii)I.r ( 4H'ltsi; ' HhiiMn'a Country Club. T' Kdmuml Kriiml.hntl. Mvr. Wlntr Th JilrkwtMnJ, Caitulen, H. C. IJi-HoIp liolf Course, rK.NNSTLVAMA Mount I'oeono. MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE ....,, ..in,. , t'liun. C'aterlnir to a illenleli. who appreciate ...n Mco,. . 1 1 1 .i i o cauls, ree gamge Open all your. Mtrr.iturH on request W. H. ft II. ,M I.liKCIl Pocobo Mountitlns Canadensis. NEW HPRUCE CAIIIN INN, Where Tnu Can Catch Trout. Rooms en suite Hjth hath Blsctrlo Lights, Steam Heat, iLirugi-, tjolf, Bsddls Horses, All Amussments. llooklet. Crssco Htatlon, Lackawanna R, 11. w. J, A If. P. PR1C11. Caaadsnsla, Pa. To Boston Fall River Line Leave Pier 14, North River, foot Fulton Street, daily, 6i30 P. M. Steamers Commonwealth and Priicilla. Orchestra on each. Providence Line Leave Pier 14, North River, foot Fulton Street, daily except Sunday, 61OO P. M. Steameri Providence and Plymouth. $1.00 and $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms have Outside Ventilation and Arc Always Cool and Comfortable. Other Long Island Sound Routes NEW IlEDI OIttl IJNE To New lied ford anil Mummer resorts on Hurraed. Hit. Capo Cud anil Mar tha thiejartl and Nnntnrkrt. Mrs. MAINE and NEW HAMPmiiire. I.v. Plrr 411. N. It., font of Houston St., vterk days only, 11:00 '. M. BRIDGEPORT LINE I.v. Pier 2, Kast River, week dars, S:0O P. L l.einr Pier 70, E. It., foot Kast 27d Kt., week days, .ItIA P, M Hundojs, 4:43 P. M. Mr. NAL'OATL'CK. Tickets, Btaterooms and Information at 171 Hroadway, near Cortlandt Ptrest also at N. Y, Transfer Offices, Tourist ORlcea and at Piers. The New England Steamship Company Take the Day Line Up the Hudson to Albany All Service Daily Except Sunday Dlrert n all Connections to all points In ths Catsktlls, Baratora, the Ad Ironrtscka. th West and North. .Music. Restaurant. llesbrosses hU, I 40 A. M.! W. 4td St.. A. M.J W. USth St., I.JO A. M i Yonkers. t.ii A. M., landing at West Point, Newburch, Pouih keeprts, Kingston Point, Catskill, Hudson and Albany, Also Desbrossss St.. 40, IV. 4 2d St., 10; IV. tilth fit, 10.10, Tonkers, 10 40 A. M., for Hear Mountain, IVest Point, Cornwall, New. burih and I'oui hksspsls. All through rati tickets between New Tork end Albany accsptsd. One Day Outlnfs to Poug hke-epsln, Newburfh or West Point. Aflarnnnn Rn.t for West Tolnt, Newbnrnh. PoughkMnste, Klngeton, and mternoon DOB! w,r landings, on hnturday. July trill also to Catskill. Hudson and Albany, leava IJrsbrossep nt., 1 41 P. si. ; W 43.1 Fit., 1 P M W. Ilith St., t.10 P. M Dally axespt gundsy. Ideal outings to Wsst Point, returning by Str. "ROnERT FULTON." TEL. 4141 SP1UNO. DE8BROKSF.S ST. PIER, N. T. I ComforUbls, Spsady, Elegant Way Is NORTH JERSEY cAaST RESORTS (tlistic Hi(tilis4i. Iff Srisch, Hi bury rut, Octis Sfsse, etlsiir, Psist Pltinst, lc, I sis lb Tstis Screw fliers el ths SANDY HOOK ROUTE NEW JERSEV CENTRAL An Ideal way lo ass New York Harbor , L. N, Y., Pier 41, N. It.. fiit W. 4?d ht.. week isvs, t to, i a, 10 So s.m : 12 so, 1 :, is, s it 5 K, 7.43, n m. Sundsy f.W, 1" (0 s.ra.; 1.00. S.W, 7.15 p m. (lo 19pm. P. lor? Hr. enlr.) , l.. N. Y., IVr 10, N It.. f.t ( Vdsr Ft., week dsn, .5, 10 00, H.oo s m.; 1.(0, 2 eo, 3 45, '4 1.1 5 45. S.IO p m Fundsr "0, IS a m ! I M. 4 O.', W (llO)rm K Ioiik llr onI Llrept July eth and Srpt.Cth. F rsf-efrtss Sttnla of porttln rW'o, Round Trip. Nsv. York to Allsntlc Hlshlanctt. tl.OO. K'M.d irnt t rn., ti'pi on St.unvra l,s,u. W S24 SI . w k os. I ft l&. 1 O r m Hun In 0 p in. llax ht. wmIi ds, 6 4S, H.10i,m. i Pun, 1 IU..ru. Independence Day (July 5th) Outings on Big, Swift Day Line Steamers "Hendrick Hudson" and "Washington Irving' To KINGSTON POINT O A A and Return . . . tpfesUU Also Wett Point, New burgh and Rough. krtpsie Eicursions. Leavlnc r)ehroses St., B and 10 A, M . Y. tJilbt , !i ?ind 111 W A MVV lMthbt li 40 nnd 10 40 A M HUDSON RIVER DAY LINE DesbnKses St 1'ler Til II 41 riprluir The World's Pleasure Grounds N0W OPEN lasaUA ris:i' Commodious Steamer ijreenpori n Prank Jones will leave lit: Si .Sort , ItlTor. 0 A M. llattery 0 A M Round trip ticket, ,Me good on on lluss bnai Will Inn (lien Isl.iuil' n' 'n p M othe stejimers ic.ive Jt.i 'ri A IS A M nml S 3D P M V..n' I h S ri-l 10-4(1 A M 3 P M nnd I. " I M Ti Keis on thes.' tioriis good returning uni i P M Eastern Steamship Lines Ml I In' Urn -lir-ttairr DflCTflM 'olropnlltan line DUO I UH MramsMiis tlf-M III l I Is and 1)1.11 I'lll.ONr I v I'ler 1, N It , runt Murray ht , every ln I' M Hue linsinii alinut h A .1 hnnin nniro icturnlng liisiirpassed farllltlrs fur I'lpcilltliius hsnrtllnit of Auto, mobiles, lloisri and I'rt'Uht -Kxptrss N'nlte Dnrtlonrl X!" Stramshlp Line r Ul 1 1 Oil U h.enmshlii. MHilll I. AM) and .Mllilll STAR. I.c pier in, N It, This, linirs, and Sals ,01' M . also Minis , WM A. Al. I'kts ami Information at Piers, also at all Tourist anil N V. Transfer lo, unices SIGHT SEEINC YA6HT CLIFTON Lv. ft. W. 4:d St., 10.30 and 3 t3t svsry 4Uy, Uuslc. Lsclursr. 1'sl. nrj ant Hit. NEW I.ONIION LINE ..T"c '""'"'on. lValrli Hill ,! Illoek Island. I.t, Pier 4n, N, It., f Houston s neck iluis, S:.ln P. i , Pier 70. K. II., foot K. TUl HI., imh V. M. .Mrs. LOWIII.L nnd CHAPIS. NEW 1 1. WEN LINE To Nmv lliten. Ilnrffont, Sprlnefleld. Lt. Plrr Sa, B. It., nmr I'ntliiirlnn m. rek list,, 3 1 1.1 P. M. Mindnj.. (h.io A. M. I.v. Plrr 70. II. It., r.mt Ijl.t JM ML. week days. 3Mt i t siiiolin, 10:00 A. M. Mr. IIICHAKH p;( "h, : ,N SEARCHLIGHT ROUTE All Mrumrrs Depart from Pier it, N, n., root s anal ni., .-.rw surn, m.v P. M. Capital City Line, daliy .Sis Tork to Albany u ml Troy. I.eaj. W hi at. mr. s p. . '';. J"'. titft?'. -cVana'mleaVw.?!! ;r,rrk i?i,a,v" m" '- ""V i rrs "? V'' M rm"" ,r "I.iitrlriis Way. 9.00 P. M. da'1' V Y In sllinv and Trnv Lens V lSCd Pt VW 10 P. M . leave Troy 9 P. M, ex. cert himday; A bsny MP l, dsl y Pars on wnv. W.Sii round trip Hsnd stai.tp f bsstttlful hlstorlca enleniar Tel. Hfrlnit 405. Sfnmjtcamboantflix hi i:p M.t, i imiisi. i it ! ,j Di iiy nt h . s.. f i L !' t i ,,m , CONEY ISLAPJJ? Sirs. Leave , I!l ST A P,( N It Full Tlmn Ti en are mi pinle ' ' bark i;over or t i OiriiMone. j 'r ROCKAWAY BEACH s.r. "GRAND REPUBLIC" l.Ne VonVrr .S M M I'.'lllhsi , u j I ISP t I'ler I. V If., li "ii M j Itm UaMin linn ti, I? i ' In I M I ronsfiT Hi Mr "l,r mil ltriuliti " BOSTON $2.80 Via Host and Itil ROl'MI TRIP f 5 I PROVIDENCE B,r;t $1.75 KOI Ml I RIP .t.M. Colonial Line First e'ass serv l e, c i Xisopie eeK das alii h vp ,( P. M from Pier 3J. N K i v ! ton St All tliilnlde It..., in. tl .'il to s IVIrrlivs ruuliiiH'lit. I 'tn e 1 a.V ay and 23d it. I'll p im nil. tI Hunt ami trolley, fi.ti. Virretir. e'i.lJO, Prut Idem e direct, $l.fO .TI P.II(MIM, XI HI) f.M nml 3.nn, llillli, Im lulling -litlitlts , Ai.'lll P M Krotu IVr 1 K K ('In ne yi Itivekmsn City 'Pi-ket Office ?m Hroadway, N V I ptowli T rket Off Il'niy ant 3.1 " Writ-. fn li' isl riled Foliar ill ii-iis im i : i c u mi. it i MANHATTAN LINE $1.00 TO ALBANY Itliilnic IliMim iTvir a ,i 4 nttr ril KOI (. f I HI Kiri's AMI i(,(,MT VUVA KKI TO 1 ! 01S I s, u(fi ntnl llrM ul l.nu It.il., uniTu I,v tlnt'v 'it r b Hiror fnot Wtf llniiiittp H' 1 - DANCINC S.S. "MANDALAY" "AV.X' AFTERNOONS EVENINGS sk ' , , . . VV OIllj lit II V IMI M Ml I It IP tl) Interstate Park Landings ill IIM. I III I'll livlll s .lit. MM.MIt.'S I'.no. U IV.lt. l,.M.2.Vil M I nr.' .IT. i is. Il.iu. Sight-SeOHlg YaclllS I Lie. Hatter-Pier 10 30. :u. Tel llr - I I o SAM) 1 UOOUaud the III I.A.N 1 Uup II. lB4ElanSBBneiiF4KQfl?Sn(SBUfV4'