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TRADE IN FAR BAST
! DEPENDS ON PEOPLE
. ;
Governments Less' Important
Tlinn Frlvnto Citizens, Soys-,
ThoniQfl W. Lainont.
TELLS OF CONSOItTi
JHow Japan Finally (Joined
America, Britain and Franco
to Help China.
The malntenanco of American trade In
the Fnr East nnd the succesa of the
conaortlum or nations which linn been
formed to glvo financial Assistance to
China depends not mi much on govern-
Imenta.as on peoples, nccordlns to
Thomak W. I.amont of J. P, Morcan &
I Co., who has Just returned from a Jour
ney to the Orient and who presided at ft
meeting and luncheon of the Council of
Foreign Relations at tha Ilanltcra Club
yesterday. Private cltUens mutt support
the effort, ana thought, nm ann cuima-i
must be Riven to the question of Amer-1
lea' relations with Japan, (;lilna ann
tho Far East generally, he dc'-wd.
In uddrersliitf the gathering,. Mr
I,s.rnont outlined at flomn length tlWj
various steps leading up to the present
ronsortlum which has been formed to
finance China. Ho went over the stages
.MHi i ho first consortium was
formed and then dissolved. Ho told of J
the difficulties encountered In the forma
tion of the second croup, difficulties'
which were finally overcome, after a,
party or Americans nan gone to jujjuh
and Induced that nation to forego cer
tain rcAt-rvatlons upon which arm had at
first Insisted with respect to lier sover
eignty In Manchuria anil Mongolia,
"For years," he said, "there has been
a Far Eastern o.m'stlon that hag directly
cr Indirectly affected all the leading na
tions of tho world. That question Ins, I
believe, been advanced at least one Htago
nearer solution by reason of the assured
formation of the consortium for China,
with Japan entering It upon precisely
the same terms as England, America nnd
France, It Is not simply tho formation
it this International group uoon tlto
formula proposed by the American Gov-
rnment that to significant, but rather
the fact that In tho process of organiza
tion there must 'have been developed a
more complete understanding us to the
.Far Eastern situation among the govern
ment thjmselveB as well as among the
ttrong banking groups which nave
formed this consortium.
Jnpnn Clin linen Vlc-vra.
"I am Informed that In the two years
it has taken to form the consortium
there has been the freest Interchange of
v'.ew among tho governments ef the
t'nlted States. (Jreat Drltaln, France and
Japan. It Is also well known that In tho
v.ewpolnt as to China the ideas of our
Government, of the Htitlsh and tlio
French have from the start been a unit
nnd that for some time Japan's views
did not fully coincide with those of the
other three governments. Now, happily,
Japan has come to nee, eya to eye with
the other governments on tlila question
of the Chinese consortium, and 1 believe
that to-day they ate a unit In respect
to It."
Mr. Lamont then told gome of the In
cidents of his trip to the Orient, explain
ing with what cordlallt) he was rei-ilvud
by the members of the Japanese banking
vovn and by leading members of the
Japanese Government.
"Japan undoubtedly showed broid
mlndcdness and Wisdom In waiving her
jeservatlons In regard to Manchuria and
Mongolia," he said. "Sho was courage
ous In recognising that those reserva
tions were of no value to her. Mid If
maintained would only servo as nn Inevi
table bar to her entering aa a free and
full partner In the cohsortltlm."
Mr. Lamont defined the consortium
as "simply .1 grouping tcrether of the
lending banking houses and banks of tho
four countries nlrdady named .for the
purpose of rendering assistance ta-f3hha
in the development of her sreat enter
prises those things like the reform of
her currency, the devel6pment of rail
ways, transportation, &c, euch as will
serve to render China a better field for
the Initiative of all our private citizens,
and In China the leading men of affairs
welcome tho proposed operations of the
lonpoltlum rs likely to render the very
help China most needs.
Only hc Flrat Step Token.
"We must remember the formation of
the consortium, now .trial Japan has d-"
elded to cSlne In, ia-bit the first' tUtP'. In ,
a long and nrduoU. .pathway. The
banking group? tflerhsislves'.Ssvlll have to
display toward one Another great pa-
iiencD, great tolerance,' uoanuons never
function readily; International partner
ships always prove difficult. But the
fact that we at;? all engaged In one en.
terprlse and with one principle In view
ought to weld us together and make our
operations successful, But In Qrdcr tb
reach that happy end we' must bespeak
the cooperation of alt good American
citizens. From your study of world
problems you are especially well equipped
to give thought, aid nnd counsel to the
question of America's relations to Japan
and to Chlna-to the Far Eaet gener
ally "The policy of the United States Gov
ernment with rrrpect to tho Far East
has been criticised In the past as not
having been altogether constant, but In
this particular matter df the consortium,
since It took It up afresh two years ago.
its policy has been consistent, energetic,
courageous. But the success of tho con
soitlum, the maintenance of American
trade In the Far East, rests in the last
analysis not upon governments but upon
private citizens and upon their support.
For (his new plan of. Far Eastern co
operation, then, I again bespeak your
cordial support, your thdughlful Interest
and tho free expression bt your vlowa."
Other spcakfrs at the luncheon were
Jacob Gould Schurman, former president
of Cornell University, and Henry W.
Taft, both of whom, have' but recently
returned from the Orient
MAY DEPORT ASSAILANTS.
Men Who Attacked I'l-teat "Open
Advocate of Revolution. I
Anton Wlaslnk. Sum Deroand John '
fiavltshy. arrested follc-Klng Hn attack !
on the Rev. Father Klcola Pldhorcchl
of the Ukrainian Orcek Church, 22
Seventh street, Tuesday, may be turned
over to Federal authorities for deporta- 1
tlon. .
Detective Sergeant Qcgan nnd two
agents of the Department of -Justice
ngreed that tho men had admitted they
were open advocates of yvolutlon, nnd
that they nre members of th Russlatt
Workers of the "World. Tho mn havo
been In (his country six yeiir, and nave
not tlhcn out narallzatlpJ piperi. It
Tha men will be nrralfned .on eharsf a
of attempted robbery pending further In
Testlgatlon by the Deparnitnt of .Iil.n
ttce. Father PIdhoreeUI was reported
improving from his Injuria?.
Rterator Operntor Killed.
John Bereer, 18, an elevator operator,
was killed in an elevator shaft Im the'
Hotel Hermitage. Forty-second' -stniet
and 8eventh aVenut, yesterday. Ho was
caught between the shaft and the ele-
rator car Bcrgcr lived at 432 East
Kid strttl
Don't Buy a fare
Until
You Know Howe
JUT
XVJLOTORISTS all over the country report that
what Is extraordinary mileage for good tires of stand
ard makes la but evcry-day performance for
HOWE TIRES
Ultra Cords and Fabrics
This remarkable road service is the result of equally
remarkable care in manufacture backed by years of
profitable experience and sane methods.
HOWE RUBBER CORPORATION
LEWIS E. GENSLER
Distributor
232 Wost 58th Street
Telephone Circle M37-9.
n.ttt
AMUSEMENTS.
(7i
ITl-ATRE? UNDER' DIRCCTION'OF HUGO PJE?EHPELD"Z
EL ThomasMelofanV J
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V RIVOLI ORCHE-STftW
AlUrtteVKK
The Cityef Masks-
maos stMerr cOM'Ov'rf'Q'jaca.oocws
R.IAL.TO ORCH ESTRA
" ' Qtanuaowtt
Anierloa'8 Foremost ThealrM aivl lilt.
UiriTtion of ihI J, J. SlmlxTi.
MAT1VF.K TO.IHV AT !.
n. 1 11 n 1 V
uiiMiia on croauway
D.U9ZI.IXO vnimVCTlOS.Sun-llnali
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1
CenftiryPi
Erery-NIMit
, J, 1 Atop Conl. Thai.
ahtlnc. SuiiiIjt ('t.i'Ktm
Dlnlnit A Dftndw In the Open 6:30 till rknlvir
i-rneci snu unequiiea .wuivne.
3 Muslnl Ke-i In HOOP THEATUK
AUT THE CENTURY REVUE
-joThs MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS
(me May IHne im the Hromnoae
IHlAJut H'ilnrn(n Kilhrr Shon.
ADMISSION TO PKOMENADE $1-10,
nnnAhUt (r;t tiim, av. uh st.
BEGINNING MONDAY. JULY K
UH;OIUiK UIIOADUUKST
Presents tlie C'omedr of Color
COME SEVEN!
riv OCTAVUS ROY COHEN'
(FoUnued.oa'iAtr. Cohen's Stories of Negro:
puiiMinru m inn
.SATURDAY EVENlNa P03TJ
. SUwl ,bv
Mrs, 'Lillian Trimble Bradley
SEATS NOW
PASINn 39tl s- & '' Kvei. 8:10.
jfiS" BOZZIN' AROUND
A llViinno Wirt EfdZATtliTH 11RICK
DAriTLl Thea..4MH. W
ofU'r. Kya. 8il0
1 1 Mati. Wed. St.
rCMTI IDV OM-CVut.l'k West. K-.8:iJ.
Lfc.Pi I Ul I jat. Ycd. A; Sat. 2:15.
FLORODORA
Et. COO (lood Sejti t Si: 5.V)at S1.S0; 700 t
1.00: 000 at floe; others nt $2.fin ami $1.00.
m of....44tust. . on pnnpK"
Coolett Thra. in Town. MM. Ved.& Sat. 1 :30,
p5lAbOKS DICOEJX AlUjlCt HIT
u.ST a T1IEATHE Jl'tJII.D J
VKEKS Ureatnt vlOis
"JANE CLEGG"
lly RT. JOttM BitVINE.
M.llncrfl Tfwdsv. lmh S0.1H 12.00.
n ;.l, arth.nr,U Vsr, Jtw.To-ay & St
I ln TViffi. W. 44 St, Kvgi.SilO.
uttie iheatre Mts.wed. sat.230,
11. nea, c na.vw.
'"Foot-loose"
EMII.Y STEVKriS
NOIIMAN THRVOh
O. I'. IlEtlHUJ in
HY 7.0T. AKINH. Alithnr nf "DBCIjASREB'1
JOfU 'nirn..iu. B'nnv. Evs.8Ujal3S9Hi
, O 1 U K ) MacKEUiA R
1 ,nuuatMat4. W. it Sat. 2:30.
317 LflfS IN 2'A HOURS W
SFIAVYN ',rp W. 42(1 St. Kvi.h:3.
- aiAi. bat. Mess
tics 12.10
w.ih Kl. WY.f.Vl "the Hrf-t frrV
McBRlDE'S.'v 50c ADVANCE
r-)tl r KulthV. PAT HOo.VSy. UIi(l'
H A L A C E' "f T.'f Vtoiikol" ',."0V
R' BJ'.KeUh'a iliLIA' (uv.Ln iT)CJ.
nWrar.ftMth St-lcnuidU Colehwn. othcr.
0S9'
41 St.
utAKToK'8 "Man & Hi Woman"
(3d Week) CaarUe Clupl) In Carmen."
pjln
THE SUN
AMUSEMENTS.
TO-DAY, TO-MORROW
AM) HATI'IIMAY.
I ten
WEEK
MB .1 . , . '
EMANUEL LISTirdOlOQIJWElI.Ell'
5ENNEITCDMEBy-55AIOMEi5HEN.An6oAH'
SKW YOHK'S I.KADISO Til EAT HE I
HEW AMfiEDDAM THEATRE a
Mit. Sat. 5Cc. to $2.50. No Higicr.
ZIKRLDMGHTR10LJC
aw unexcelled restaurant
aEO.('nAlThclrI,, si,
time TO-NIGHT 8u
nXhl 1 tai Dnrvc musical
"SILKS AND SATINS
KrtirltPfhnrlfM- H'wy,38St. Kt. 8 15.
THERE'S A NEW KIND
OF C1RL IN TOWN
VICTOR HERBERT'S
I Girl Spotlight
"A Very Real Mtincal Comedy.
Atlolhtr Herbert Tnumih. Tlmts,
lYPPlIM Thf-a.. Wet 46th St. Ev. 8 JO.
Lj1VsU.W1T1 f ,,. TJv A- Sit 5:-n
MATINEE TO-PAY AT 2.U0.
OAVII) IU.I.hCI) nnunnU
IWA f!l JiTDD "THE GOLD, r
nm uunmu- DIGGERS" ffiSJ. i
Cohan & Harris W&Sd-?-'!?-
Sr1 HoNEY Girl
iiminv Minrn'o
theatre:
'51
CVCf. njn.MATA thuds cut - m
HENRY MILLED m
I THE SEASON'S TOIUMPM
. IIRPPf W.t42USt. Kn. 8:10.
' UDMII Mats. Yjd. & Sat. 2:33.
'GLOBE ffif-S&.5oe
XANDALSoP19SO
iwihSANN PENNINQTONb
JOHN (iOI.DK.V pn'scnti
tlilety, 48 Bt. E. 8:i)0. Ma(.VeJ.A: 8at.2il0
f
John 3frfnkwt.ter'3
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
OPEN AIR CONCERTS"
wiTinwir. Brnifnvv nt,n
Waller Henry Iicthitell Conduclln'
EnfKn itR:Sn Includlnir Sunday
To-nlcfht EnnAIt SfUIfir.TT'f.n
Sfsriiiim i''tn,M. & Arastcrclim Ave.
ShiU 26c.. 80c.. $1, 12.
ASTOR T1IKATHE IMatlnees 23c nnd ,
T.iiii.W.1 43 St. Km. &k inc. lf.0'
CONTINUOUS! MAII.V 1 Tn ii i
"SHIPWRECKED
among CANNIBALS"
tranD
MILlJlllCl), llAJIKtS
OIIAI'LIN 111
'The Inferior. He t"
STKAND OltOH.
mm
H.n.t'A!NSn In "Oni
Hour, lleforo Pawn."
HarcJ,l UoM In "HUh
awl I)lny"; lpm from
-Knilt." Capitol tircjj.
THE FUNNY PUCE C3rt?.Y
MMF POOL II UiII.NO
11111 A FREE CIRCUS
Wwwr Children Vm Wrtkliy
CONfcYJSLANa Afternoon! with Para.n u
aliarle AMU8B- p Onp. We
aiisaaes MENT ranc noht. Ferrr
Beat of all. Many Frtn AttractloAi
Be W ater. Surf Uathiiv. Now (ijn
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fail
AND NEW YORK HERALD,. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920.
IMRSBJlMili1
Safe
Milk;
For Wants
&hrallb
n tfoCooUas
A Nutritlpuo Diet for All Agfa
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
ArM Imitation nnd Snbititntf
Constipation
YeBrdecterwillteU.
rjonthatbootwculti
ro oblained from
an Imported oiW
U8ollne b imported
'ana cons no more
'than aubatltutoa
An ach-crtiicmcnt the Lost and
FcMtd colMiiilis 0 THKSUXAXDXEW
YORK HERALD offers a real poMlbillfy
of rtcoveHna your lost property.
BESORTS.
New i:nsland.
Tour New England
tvinsnnvErt voru iVTnrtEST
MK', KITIII'lt IN MAflMl'ICF.NT
KrnMCKV. IIKVOI.UTIONAHY I.OHK.
MAMMOTH WAK IMIUHTrtlEI OF
101. Oil .If.ST A (1001) VACATION
with MOToniNO ovr.it nn.KNiiiD
ItOADS IN TIIK Dr.l.KillTl l'l, CI.I
MATK,.VKir WOLAXD WII.I. PI.KASK
VOU. WAVSIDK INNS, MODKUN CITV
HMTKI.S ANU (IRUVt ItF.SOIlT 01'
lUft r.VKItV FOmi OF C0SUrOUT
ANH ItlX'ltF.ATION.
Bend for free llluatrated road map
In colofi.
"New England Tour"
rubllahtd by the MCW KNOI.AND
IIOTKI, ASSOCIATION, comprlilnc ovr
two hundred of thn b-t hotels and resorts.
WIM.IAM M. KIMIULI., Secretary,
Drnpor Hotel. Northampton, Mass.
Rhode IMnnS.
The Imperial.
Narragansett Pier, R.I.
NOW OPEN
An rxrltKlie Iiotel for discriminat
ing people nt ono of Americu'a
I'lnrtit Seaside Kritnrta.
flolf, Tennis, I'olo, llathlni. Danc
ing. Well kept State Highways for
mnierlng. For reservation address
JAMRS K. OAII1IIKV. MANARRtt.
Narrnenntrtt rifr, ithode Itlartd.
-Jli' IVflfllnir Ilntrl at
Block Island, Rhode Island
Sir. H. E. I.an.lnc will receive IMulrlu
tally. 3 to P. M..- I1CTKL IMPCIHAL.
PLIMPTOfl HOTEL ffi
WATCH HILL. It. I. NOW OPEN.
A. I). Cl'SIIIXO, Mtr.. New York.
Offit. II BO U'lvay. Tel. Madison Sq. 4743.
New Hampshire.!
BRtTTON WOODS
WniTB .MOUNTAINS, N. II.
file Mount Pleasant. Opens June 18, close
Octohtr I. C. J. DUNPHY, Msf.
The Mount Wnslilncton. Opens July 8,
cloe. October 14. C, J. ItOOT, Mr.
For booklst and Information address Hottls.
NEW WAUMBEK
MOTVX t
COTT.IUKX.
JBFPEnSON. WHITS MOUNTAINS. N. Hi
Now Open. Iiooklnsr Office. S West 40th
at.. Naw Tor. Tel. Vanderbllt 230.
Vermont.
ti fialce Bunmore.Vermonf. n
Itxfke hit(o the GrwVirrrjtni i $Vuy
otbla1c shore MtW.tafl.lwarlM:
ttrfflif, dancifl, moanfAin trwis. 200 imles
1 ' -
Connecticut.
171 M A V UfiTtQP Woodmoni-oti-Sound.
liLIYlrVl nUUOt.LarKe, cool rooms, spa.
clous veramla. overlooking water, city con
veniences; excellent table.
G. W. PORTER
Country Charm with C'ity Comforts
EDGEWOOD INN dRlc"
mUDKniO A, I'IIINCB, Manaalng Ownsn
leicpnone; urcenwicmiTSO.
Netir London. Conn. The Packard, near
Pequot Casino, Excellent board: modern
house; bathing, boating docks, 2j.OO per
Iing Island.
W . si W
J Hotel
Garden City, Lonrj Island.
An (Sdurirs American pita botl wi aa
a la enrte restaurant for ciotoriaM.
Kauhelm llaUu.
Eteidrr! 18-Hota Ccll'Cturis Free to Cusst
nqutnk electric trains froai 1'tna. Staltos
J. 4. I.ANMN CO- Props.
HOTEL PRINCE I
On the Ocean Front, Arcerne.L.I.
JAltUEST AND IIEST.
AMEIHCAN AN i:U!t(ll'i:AN PLAN
S30 anil up per week for room ana board.
Telephone Dells ilafbof (00.
" TIIK JIUSOIIT 1DBAL "
THE POGGATTICUT
BHEI.TErt ISLAND HEIGHTS
(and ficach), L. I,. N. Y.
-OPENS JUNK 20TII.
TWO GOLF COUKSES. 9 A 18 nOIJRA
ft. Plielps, Mgr. A. T. Throoi, Aast.
Mgr. Winter Coh. noyal Polnclkfla.
Palm Beach.
eWKM'JX-ty" Patchoiua.
Or) hUh ground on Orat Bouth Boy.
. uuir.ats, uuenuis. uaitrr'unieni.
Modsm Improrementa. rlwjklet. w. nil.ET.
M. Tl MB. Hotel McAltlh. 3d Msa. Ji'dajt.
thn l'ahino anI) hi'MJAf.on-4
SaltaW, J,. I. rirn Island HeacH.
Heating, Ilathlng, Klshlng, Tennis.
Wrlto for prices. K. If. PATIHCK.
THE JEFFEItSON,
Undtr nw managemtnt,
en Great South Day. .
Jlates S20 per week.
Wask-end parties accommodated.
J. J. DUCKI MI.
n-at"
hesortb.
Nerr TorK.
HAUNTS? RIP VAN WINKLE
The. Catskil Mouetaks
. A RHGION OF
ROMANTIC SCENERY ALTITUDE 2,000 to 4,000 FEET
ATTRACTIVE HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES
MANY TROUT STREAMS POPULAR WALKS AND DRIVES
MOUNTAIN CLIMBING CAMPING
A WONDERFUL COUNTRY OF WILDWOOD CHARMS
The Ulster & Delaware R. R In connection With the West Shore R. R.,
operates throuch trains from and to New York.
Steamers of tho Hudson River Day Line giake direct connection at
Kingston Point with afternoon trains for all points In the mountains, i
dam or
A List or Hotels and Boarding Housna Hovlsod for the Season of 1030 will ba sent free
on request.
T. W. FLEMMING. Trafllo Manacer. Klnnlon, N. T.
" r'
Atlantic City. j Atlantic Cltx.
Gtlanitc Gfy's7fwxtMdWosl)istindiuebkl
CTffE Ambassador offers you a great indoor salt water pool as well us
J the finest bathing beach in Atlantic City. Facing ocean and Board
walk, yet in exclusive Chelsea residential district. European and
American plan. Promenade deck swept by ocean .-...-... k
breezes; California bungalows with Ambassador VMr HwrBAr
service; Italian garden; dancing in Venetian Grill SSf
and famous Japanese tea room; symphony concerts AmbauadoKUl Antiks
daily; rjolf privileges; spacious rooms equipped Alaandrif.tosAttgelts
with both hot and cold saltwater. Write tor booklet. iwSrrt'''
New York Office, 11 W. 46th St. Telephone Bryant 1491.
l-ont Island.
THE LINW00D, CLINTON AV.,
BAY SHORE, NEW YORK.
Dellrhtfullv sltnaticl on the nrlnclnal resi
dential ave not fat from the main liuslncss
cfiiler, ahrt Is aurroumli-d on all sides by
beautliul hones, lawns ajid g:inl."iii; Its
wide screened porches, extending the full
front rtnil aide of tho building, filled with
easy chairs, afford the sojourner comfort
Of body; tho beauty of the scenery Is a con
stant delight. Day .Shore, Long Island, la
only one hour out. express station, and fre
quent trains run to Flatbusli av., Ilrooklyn,
and to Pennsylvania station, New York. Hay
and Ocean water bathing; boating and fish
Inn only a few minutes' walk from the hotel!
golf links nre nearr nowhere could you fin J
a better place to spend the summer, weak
end or vacation, Tin) I.lnwood, nlth Its large,
airy rooms, courteous service and plenty of
uood, fresh, well cooked food, music and
dancing, Invites oti rates S23 week upward.
Westchester.
BYRAM LAKE HEALTH FARM
5i0tT KISCO, NEW YORK.
Whstl HI or convalescent or tn need of rest
or recuperation. Idtal location; taMo sup
piled exclushely by1 farm produce, llesldent
physician.
The Discriminating Only Invited.
l'rospcctus mailed upon requet.
BRIARCLIFF MANOR. N. V.
an idi:al luncheon rv.v.
39 Miles dp the Hudson.
New Yorlc.
CATSKILL
MOUNTAIN
HOUSE
BEACHV1EW, NEW YORK.
NOW OPEN
J. K.VAN WAGONENt mgr.-
The 0-te-sa-ga
On Otsego Lake
Cooperstown, N. Y.,
Open Till September 20th.
ON THE EMPIRE TOURS.
BTAJirortls-IN THE CATSUII.LS-N. V.
in ueautirai untircuiii 1'ars.
NOW OPEN.
New Ownership. New Management.
ISO ItOOMH. ti IIATIIIIDim sl!fTU3
Getf, Tennis, Doatlng, Outdoor bnlnunlns
i-ooi, Ktc.
Orchestra, Dallr Concerts. Dancing.
FKANK WIMIIIKII, Jlannger.
CHURCmiXxlAU.
STAjirortb-iN the catskills-n. y.
New Ownership. New Manasnnnt.
230 Rooms. ion ltflMirnoni .Nittt
Orrheiilra. Dnllv Conrertv. Iiantnw
Coif Course. T'nnl Courts. riuhhousp.
Oatdonr .Swimming Pool, Eie.
II. II. MASK. Managing piNrtar.
HAPPY DAYS
OrtANCn LAKU PArtK. NEWBUrtnil. N. T.
uaiiuint,, uuaiuiK, uatning. tuning.
Church ami Club excursions lnrltid.
UNITED STATES HOTEL
SARATOGA SrrtlNC.S. N. I.
i.r.iANii sTEnnv.
Of (be ItrrnUrrs, I'nlni llrarh.
STAMFORD, N. Y.
IN-TIin-CATSKII.LS
Information and booklet, Cliambtr of Commerce
Cryital Uke Houle, Vil'J;
ry dsalrabls rooms, sun oanart (tnm.
surroundings; S minutes from Nstr Tofg.
Adlromlatk Jt.iHnlnl..-l'ntil hhillh'l Hotel.
Flnuit Coif. Paul Smith's. N. Y. J
Grniid t'lilni Hul l. Sarntula .anngs, Jf. Y.
Tho Palm Peach of the forth, .
Mlzzen-Top Hottl ann Cottages, PsMlng. N.
T. Dooklngs. P. II. NOLAN. 11SQ Broadway.
nicirriELD nrRiNOs, t. y.-khs haunt
from Nsw York via N. Y. Central
BUN8RT PARK INN.
HAINES FALLS. N. Y.
TnOlfiAND 18MND IMlVSE. AlfundrU
Bay, N. Y. Tha VenSsJ ot Anwrlca.
RESORTS,
New York.
New York.
Conjider the
INVIGORATING AIR
MAGNIFICENT VIEWS
COMFORTABLE
ACCOMMODATIONS
in the
Gatskill Mountains
reached by
THE ULSTER & DELAWARE
RAILROAD
when planning your summer vacation.
Through tfaitil from New York in
connection with West Shore R. R.
Direct connection at Kingston Poinl
with steamers of the Hudson Rirer
Dy Line.
List of Hotels and Boarding Horn:
Reviled for the Season of 1920 will bi
tent free on request.
H T. W.FLEAlMlNG.f riflic Msnsger.
Kingston. N. Y.
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HOTEL MARION
'm LAKE GEORGE. N. V.
76 Miles ftom Albany. Directly on the
Lake Front, also State Road from Lake
Clone Villa n Pntfn-i rA
Capacity, 300 Guests White Service.
With or without Private Baths.
OrWn Tune fn Orfnlvr-wArliftlnirn, Nu
Country and Yacht Club Fireproof Garage.
Booklet Free. JOSEPH H. MARVEL
umiii i in 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i
MOUNTAIN VIEW HOUSE
Stamford, N. Y., in the Catikillt.
Capacity 1W; finest IocbIIoii, very home
like; excellent cuisine, orchestra, dancing,
golf, swlntmlni; pools rooms en suite, ttlth
or nlthout private bath. Wrlto for terms
nnd booklet. CHAS. K. MaeKILMP.
THE THOMPSON HOTEL
lAivE MAIIOPAC, N. V.
Now Open. Finest Ideation. Select. Bt.
celltnt accommodations. Superior Culslns.
Unsurpassed Doatlng, Fishing, Golf, Tsnnls.
tc. St.ito Iload. Dooklst,
EMKnSQN CI.AHK. Prop. L. J. CAItn. Mgr.
CATSKILL SHAWANGUNK
MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION
For travel Map and gensral Informatlbn
address Secretary. Kingston. N. T.
SlllliNTAIV vii'ithivc
. "SmiMEll HOMES" contains vo' pages ot
pictures and Information about Sulllrah
County. 8end"3). to O. L. BOBINSON, OranB
Cantral Terminal. New York City.
Netr Jersey.
PUDDING STONE INN
Successful Vek .Rndj. Open alt year. Folder.
O. H. VINCENT. Sosmtan. N. J.
SAGAMORE
wsjr ownership ahd management, rtena
vated. Ideal licatlon.. French culslns.
ANOELO BOfiNETTI.
THE MONMOUTH "y,
Sprlftft L4k. N. J. FRANK O. MOORE, Mgr.
iSaeu "9 17, N Y' Cooklne "lce- 8 wsit,
i'J Miles trom
New York
Only Hotel oa
Lake Front.
J. BINSWANQER,
Phone NttCnng tn).
DRuuAn. THE CARLETON.
Ocean Jronl: capacity 230: rates J:S-$.1S
slnglo. tis-fnl 2 In room. XV. It. STOYIX.
THE LUNyMOR.ffiS
Tennis: muslo: exclusive palrdnage. Cap. 100.
Hates tin Ij tlH. Uooklet. J. ft E. HIU.IO.
, . KAVUNSWOdD INN.
Delightfully atiiinttd on Sunset Laka. Chris
tian management and patronage. Booklet.
, C. DRAZKn. Owr.er-Manarer.
P
ICTOIIEBtiUE A Delightful Resort
olnl rieasant.N. J. wjgU
THE Bt'ENA VISTA.
IlF.LMAn, N. J,
G. WILLIS LEONARD.
UPEND tha svauaar at Laka Hopatcong.
N
" - IB
I RESORTS.
I MUcdlanr.ui. ' x I MlMellaneoaa.
AN IDEAL VACATIONTOUR
Eleven Day Tour to
THOUSAND ISLANDS, M0NTREAL,CRUISfi ON THE SAGUENAY,
RETURNING VIA LAKE CHA'MPLAIN AND LAKE GEORGE.
Leave New York on Monday, July'19. August I, 10, W. via New Torlc
Central Railroad, 9:30 P. M. Pullman berth provided. Arrive nut
morning at Alexandria Bay, Thousand Islands. Spend the day. Leave
next morning for delightful tall through the Thousand Island, and Rapids
of the St. Lawrence River. Due Montreal in the evening, transferring to
steamer "Cape Eternity" for Saguenay River, Cruise.
Then a six day cruise on the Saguenay with shore excursions at Quebec and
other points. Due back in Montreal, Tuesdays. July 27, August 10, August
24 and September 7. Leave same evening by rail far Plattsburg. transferring
to Lake Champlain steamer and starting from Plattsburg the following
morning for sail through Lakes Champlain and George Due Albany
7 P. M., leaving by night line steamer for New York, arriving Thursdays,
July 29. August 12. 26 and September 9.
Eleven Day Tour-inclusive fire $150 up."
$20.00 deposit secures reservation.
THOS. COOK & SON
245 Broadway
Opposite City Hall.
Telephone Barc!ay7IOO.
New J'ntf.
ON THE BOARDWALK
The New Columbia
IIKI.MAP.. N. 3.
sriPKnnrv iaioatkd facing tub
fKAi IlErONSTKUCTED AND
nrnf uNisiiKD TiinouonouT.
OUCIIIJSTP.A CONCERTS.
PniVATK llATII HOUSES; SWIM
MINO rOOL; GOI.1 TENNIS AND
YXCHT CLUBS IN rilOXIMITY.
Under tho New Management of
CJJAIU.ES v. MUMMIV.
osTTiin r.Aunm. house.
I.AKKWOOD.
BLUFF INN
OINT PLEASANT. NJJ.
Amonr th Mnes en the beautiful Mana
quan l(ler ahorc Every attraction of
thore, rlrer ; country. All outdoor morts.
Iloolilot. J. K. Ilrerbowrr.
Rock Spring House ,
Lrdgenood, N. J. Aerom. 40.
MoJcrn Imps., nice rooms, beat table board,
fresh eggs, milk, butter, vegetables, own
farm: private lake, boating, bathing, fish'
lngi 313 un. Uooklet.
WM. KNIPPEn. Prop.
HOTEL BUCKINGHAM.
AVON-r.V-THE-SnA, iJ; j.
NOW OrEN.-Moit hleal moderately priced
hotel on Jersey coast, auperb In equipment,
location anil cuisine; undur experienced and
careful manacrmcnt of Mr. F. E. I.UCA3.
Atlanfle tHy.
MWAl 'PA'I'.ATfi
sih BcacK. ATLANTIC ClTY.rV.Jj
LONVEf.'lEflTTOALL ANUSEMENTS
ScaBalhs. DictKitdien.Orchtni.'
tajttdty 600. Open, all the 'tear
LEXINGTON
PsdSo sad Atkanu, Arn.' Cstsdlr 600, On block
from Hilllon DolUr Pier, finding itfot tei tn bsth
Ins bf sck, 75 Dsib houMi with ihowert for lurC bathers.
Fri'its wsy M besrh. Etuml.s rrrhe sod bill room.
Ilec. lilbu sad rnnnlog water lorooma. PriTSte batba.
Ortbt.ua tad dancing. American plan I) op diilr; SIS
nil weekly. Enronean plan fl.SO np dalle. Fireproof
Cataga. Dockltl. riion SM. 'a. fj. Ilaalelt.
:i.00 up Dally. Special Weekly. Amer. Plan.
ELBERON
rheur.if Anlleix. TennsJWAV. .ir. Ilea eh.
Cap. 4IX). Central: open Dnrroundinirs; opp. Catho
llr. ard Protestsnt Chnrebea. Prltate Baths.
RUNNING WATER IN ALL ROOMS
F.xcelleut table : fresh vetretabl'B. Windows
,..re Whnsetvir. Booklet R.B.IUDY.M.D.
AanKc?CifyHiffv
'urn cn fJMl
S-SJSW.TX fcaa rf. Wst af
iiESTatOCATED rOPUUUl-PIUCEDHOTEti
N ETH E HLA N D S d!!
i .Wovsitor. private baths, run.
svfti rer ,,i6odi0,M- "anco Floor. Nsw
i ti , .iAmrrJcan. ,p,ao ' mals),
till fill II V. Nnoll ..ul.tu r"
AUGUST RUHWADEL. Proprietor.
-CONTINENTAL -
Pei,."! f. - n,ar,"ach. Always open.
Private baVhs. running water in rooms
elevator: excellent table: hhlte senlce
American plan. $oo up dally: sr,li
weekly, rates. Booklets. Garage. "
M. WALSH HUNcAm.
RALEIGH
St. Charles Place and Beach. Capacity 600.
M. GRAHAM, formerly of the Princess.
PRINCESS Soutl Carolina Ave. and Beach.
rninitsiI,rlcki aml slone con,truc.
tlon. Running water tn rooms. Elevator.
Moderato ratxs. Booklet mailed.
PAUL C. ROSECRANB. Owner A Prcr.rletor.
THE WILTSHIRE
-r-
Ylrclnin Av. nnd Bench. Cap. 3."0. Prlvat
imuis, i UIU1IU6 u.t, , ami , u. jiiner.pian,
BAMl'El. ELLlS.Owner. N.J.COLLlNS.Mg
Be W EL LI N GT0N c". 'w.TiARTf Mgr'1,
Asbury 1'nrU.
tCUTIIf tV first g.V.: .1 minutes from
ALIiIUuM "'nt tabls:
i hiiiuuiu Urge rooms; whits ssr
vies: new management. FISH A GRAVES.
Norwood Hall Ocean Block
Asbury Park. Jl.50 and up dally; $;o up
wioiy. exceptional tame. White aervlcs.
THE FLORIDA 0fn tn of 7t
.. .. .. 1 A Reasonable rates, ca-
MAC
mm:'
3oarcwaa
paciiy iw. Jl. k. APPLEOATK.
AUDITOR1U1VJ HOTEL
'Alloutsldsrocms. G.H.CornUh.OwnertMgr.
RESORJS.
561 Fifth Avenue
Comer 46th Street.
Telephone Murray Hill 6171.
Asbury Park.
NEW MONTEREY
nohtii Asmitv rAntc, n. j.
The Retort Hotel PrcEmlnant
DlltnCTI.Y ON TIIK OCEAN
American Plan Capacity 000
J'rnoiiH A In Carte (Irlllroom
Dally Concorta and Dancing
brokerage Offlc
Sherman Dennis, Manager
BRUNSWICK
The Leading notel In Kvery Itesptcl,
MORGAN & PARSONS, Props.,
Asbury Park
HOTEL ALBION
Beach Front Hotl.'
Iturinlnf? water In every .room: prlrats
baths, elevator: cap. $00. K. I). TOWN8END.
METROPOLITAN
ASBUnY PAP.K. N. J.
Open Throutbout the Year.
Nrw Ownership. New Management.
Hoderfi, luxurious suites. Capacity SOU
Booklet. T. T JlAItniSON. Mgr.
HOTEL
Asbury'a newest and leading hottl: rooms
en suite, with baths; running water and long
dlitancs telephone In all rooms! American
plan. ETVKT.T. ft CnAWTOnn.
1RIST0LW.W.H1LYARD
IsDIRECTLYON OCEAN fRONT
PLa4ZA HOTEL
Asbury Park. N. J. Only European Plan I to
tel. On the Ocean Front, rtunnlng Water in
Etary Doom. JAS. KELSEY, Pro0.
HOTEL COLUMBIA
Asbury Tarlc, N. J. Capacity 400. Ocean front.
Booklet. W. HARVEY JONES. Owner Jt Ugr.
DtAah naveo.
HOTEL BALDWIN
Ocean urore.
HOTEL WHITFIELD g&h
r,MoeT.V,0..?n,! 5" f"l,nlv
proof, modstn, sslsct hotel. Booklet.
OIAS. M. HERMAN.
THE SHELBURNE
Nsw, modern hotel: hot and cold running
THE MAJESTIC
. Directly n ha beach.
Elsvator arvl;t. CLEMENT A CLEMENT.
SURF AVENUE HOUSE.
,.0"5 Mock to Ocean and Asbury Park.
Modem homscaoklng. Booklet. Eldrldnc Bro,
SEASinF UATCi
. ' swabi.
Directly Oh oceun front. All guest reomi.
Overlooking sea. ClIAnLES STOCKTON.
GHALFOMTE
Ocrah and Bath ars.
Overlooking oeax
s. w. EirLErtg.
STRATFORD HALL
1 Main av. O. a HOCKEY.
fl 1 1 F F N Directly oa Ocean Froau
t HOOKlSt.
U J. nUSSBLL.
Spring laVt Beach. -
THE ALLAIRE
Spring Lake Beach, N. J, On tha eeeaa
front. Capacity S00. MAUD a UOUICS.
rennijltanla.
A Distinctive Summerand Autumn Resort
A strictly modern hotel with excellent
tabla and asrriee. AltltudS 9X feat.
Splendid roads: golf tsnnls. ate.
Wilt Remain Open Until October
lohn J. rtlhhnna,lmrceir
000 Acres on Delaware (titer.
Pocatto JFarta
All amusements: lame proprietor raj,,?
tsars. Two hour, Erie, Maumoras, PI"
Co.. pa. .
CASTLE INN,
DELAWARE WATER GAP. TA.
Molorlsta' Paradise. Amsrlcan or Europ'sn
I'lan. Fireproof Iiotel and Garags. Running
Water. Private Baths. CSolf: Daniante: glov
ing Pictures: B6okl. T. T. IIOLBET.
BUCKWOOD INN mrySulTi'oi
America.
TICCKWOOD INN COMPANi.
(R. 8. WORTHINGTON. Pres.)
CENTRAL HOUSE, atWapa.'pa.
Send for booklet. JOS. H. GRAVES. Prop.
Thi rintwnnJ Mt. Pocono, Pa. Open all
ine untwoorj, tttr. mo4lttl. un, climatsi
aligant location; booklet. E.L. 4 E.V.Artciia.
Canada.
Delightful Vacations in Canark
Along Canadian National Railways.
F. A. TOUNO, Oen. Agt., JK(5 Woolwortt
Bid:., New York City.
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