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LABOR WILL PROTEST
MOONEY EXECUTION PWa fta Meeting hay 29 aavd Call JEaaaaa a ?traoaeu SswaasaataaaBw? ta? Union last Blast a ?a??? aspetnteal ?ernceastratloa July SS to BBBBBBbbi ot the Tboma* J. Moooty. tttaak taa Freetdeat tor als of tbe ?orna ta Uva etty ta ?BUI upon ta? G????????, terrina? atra te aas hai powere sa Oamn?o?ar-ia^bi*t ot taa army, aad take the ess? untler charte sa a war mease?? W. B-jrke ?Kkran. ef New York, who ?Ufended Mtxmey. will lead the iltltattlnii to taa Whit? Hoote, aad will be the principal speaker at a Ma aasaa iriBsrtBa to be held ?a the EUlpee later (a the day or ?venin?. Th? mentine* win be to explain to the people of TTeetiliirtnn tha reasons the labor people ha this country and abroad are Inala tin a- upon the srant tnar ef a near trial to Mooney. The Mooney cas? ha? attracted tematlonal Interest. Labor tiens all over the world have written, protestine" tao execution. was sentenced to be danced for leged complicity In the neaa Day outras;? in San Iran ream. The evidence upon which he was eoa vlcted has alno? the trial been proven falsa, accordine to labor men. Tha Prttldent has suggested that ha bo granted a new trial. His message to this effect to tha governor.of Calif or illa has brought no response. It lo urged by orAnlaed labor that the President take the matter Into own hands. July 28 has been set aside as a na tional Mooney day. as Mooney has beortf sentenced to be hanged, not be fore that date or attar Aueust 27. As ?lnly S falla on Sunday, the following Any has been ?ejected by Washing ton labor unions for the demonstra tion-? Th. atore Totti Phrttetln ?Trusses F?,y ??-?of 9 Watt? exjftrtmem. SneciaJ tn?mmt mU tre.?:?.te foc lwBfUe?. EM-rate room?. The GIBSON CO., Inc., 917 G St 3?c on Saving?; Accounts UNION SAVINGS BANK 710 Fourteenth Street N'A. ''Oldest Savings Bank in Washington." -ira no? th. nroit wa ?as?n, bat tha tarrle? G?? ^EfcSON rWTERY ?Realty Savtaara^Batik ?Um.t 1407 N. T. Ave., 1st Floor, Rear Pkone Mah? SBB4 P. U.C. REFUSES AID TO PHONE CORPORATO Commission Will Give no Rate Increase Until All Facts Heard Th? Pabll? TJtllltt?? of ta* Dtatri*t, yesterday flatly rtt "Uied aid at any kind to th? Ch? peak? aad rntatiiau Telephone Com pany, pendine; th? clearing ap of certain qutatlon? pertaining to In creased eo?t ef operation that tbe rominleilon fa anzloaa to s?t In formation oa. Th? sotnrnlssaoa. throatrh Con mlealon?r Brow-alow, announced la no eaeertala tensa to a 1er?;? gath erlsa*. which had MUeeted for th? hearing that the company positively would Ret ?o relief by arder? of the commiailon Batti Dfstrlet of ficial? war? trlvea tbe faota aaked for. Ther? woald be ao deolalon oa Its rat? application, the com pany was Infoi mad, aatll th? facts wer? p??o?ntod. attorney* aad otBclal? of th? ?r? poraUon, offlatal? of th? United State? Barata* ef Bland?.-**. Po?t mattar Chano. representing tb? PostmaarUr Otturai, and numaroua r?prs*?ntalxv*o tat ?ItUena* aa?oola tlotaa and elvte ag?ncl?a were oa hand for tb* haatria?. Oeaveaal Coaacel Sways?, ?f N*w York, for th? Cbaaapeake aad Po tosnae Telephone Compaay, declar ed that th? eotamltesloa waa unjust aad that lacreaaed rat?* were Im peraUv? la tb? District kf tb? ?.?!? phoa? compaay waa to eontiaae la ! bualnea*. Upon tb* ?t*t?m?nt et Commi? - sloaet- Brownlow that the oommls ?loa would refus* to make a de claloa unUl all the facto daaUed war* ?ubmltted by th* telephone company, th? bearla?; waa adjouxn ?d for two witki At that Um? r?pr???ntatlv?? of th? Bureaa of Stendarda will pre sent fact* oa tbe ttcert of maintain in?; telephone aystema la variati? citi?? of the country. Th? bureau baa alio conducted an extensive In vestigation Into local telephone af fairs and the?? faota will be pre sented to the comrol?slon at this hearing-, Th* bureau experts were pleased with tbe announcement that the hearing would go over until the fact? they had collected could be whipped Into preventable ahape. Bravala? Staad* Pat, General Counsel Sways?, for the company, declared that the facts dealred by the commlsison cannot be obtained for a long time, pos sibly six month?. This statement. however, did not serve to change the miad of Commissioner Brown low, who said: The records are now ?o contra dictory la many respects that it would be Impossible for the com mission to consider tbe cfoestlon of relief, either temporary or perman ent, antll all tb? testimony that can be adduced f? presented. It la neither nnjust nor unreasonable to ask for facts that hav? been asked for In thla record. We want them cleared up. The hearing la adjourn ed for two weelta' NEGRO BOY, AGED 17, CONVICTED OF MURDER Raymond Campbell Receives 20 Year Sentence Here. Raymond Campbell, a 17-year-old negro boy, was sentenced to M year? In the penitentiary yesterday for the murder of Charles Thomas. another negro youngster. The murder waa committed In aa alley near the navy yard in Novem ber KIT. The two boy? had been quarreling over a trivia] matter and had aeparated. Campbell. It la ?aid. went home and got a platol; return ed and ?hot Thome* HI? defense wa* th*t he thought Thomas had a raaor. Campbell Is one of the youngest murderer? to be sentenced In the District. JUNE BRIDE CROP SMALL Boston, Maas.-June bride* are a conaptcuoua scarcity thla year. There ar? fewer than during June of the two previous year? by a wide margin. The big rush wss last year, when many couple? were married previous to the exodua of young men to the war. ?- V*. w,?tta?^?t*^t?.ns^a??,n?i? ?V?aieBa>?eta?trBW?auSB?,BB>^ ? ?>?>' Wear White Footwear Save Tu aad Black Lutisela for Orxr Boys "Over liiere" ?Every man and woman thould wear White Foot wear, so that our boys "over there" may be pro wrth saa aad black ?We tsany a Beat stock of White Foot foe meji. woman and ?' WWre Nobock Sporti LuAm White Canvas Oa ??s? and Oxfords with ???taste | fords aad Pump? with hisj-h and tawat aad healt, lees heek 56.00 Up Ladees' Gray Suede Oxrords. tara (oles, full Louis XV niseis svifty. $7.5. $3.5? Up Lat&s' Koko Brown Russia Calf Oxfords and Pumps?new EngKsh last. $5.00 to $7.00 ffiffh-Grade Footwear for Miss? and Children A complete thowing of Patent Leather and White Canvas Ankle Strap Pump?, ?Barefoot Sandals and Play Shoes. Big ?Stock of White Footwear for Men A completa sltowisf of Men? White Canvas and Nubuck Oxfords. $5 to $6. , ? A Magatificeet Shi**?? of Hosiery We cany a full line of Silk Hosiery, in plain and novelty ef ects. la every other line of Hotiery ihown you can rely on laaalitT The Hosiery ???town is m ????My color to match every ??flor f? FAMILY SHOE STORE 1 SHOES ?AND HOSIERY ^ 310312 SereDth St N. W. New American Ace Downs S Plues ?? Day Perrt. David B. Putnam, of New ton, Mast., brought down five Qer ninn airplanes oa the Western front op /une aX Three of these victories ara officially corroborated, while the other two are under lnveetlgatlon If th? flv? victoria? ars ofSolally credited. Beret. Putnam*? record stands at a total of fifteen planea which supplanta Meut. Frank Bay Ile?, of New Bedford, Masa,, aa th? A ce .fif America, n ?cet. Bis record nf five planas in one day has been braten only once, when T.leu?. Rene ?'mick. s French ace. downed six Haass In a day. ITAIaUM PHOTO INVENTION MAY SAYE AIRMEN Signal Corps Studying De vice Usable When Danger Is Less. An Italian Invention which per mits of excellent photographs be ing- taken at nicht has ben submit ted to the Simal Corps of the Unit ed State? army. Acocrding to the men who con trol the new device It will aoon he possible to take excellent pictures of enemy positions from airplanes flylna at a low height on moonlight nitrhta It la also claimed that the Invention can be fitted to moving picture cameras, which would per mit photographing for the screen the actual lighting, much of which takes place in the early morning hours. Samples of the work of the new cameras give views taken by moon-, light and by the light given by night flares. The pictures are clear in detail and when enlarged bring out features, which would not be discernable to the naked eye. Up to the present time, one of the chief obstacles to be met by the aerial photographers was the fact that in the daylight flying the anti aircraft guns forced the fliers to take pictures from a great height and much of the detail of the enemy lines was lost. Aa one of the chief objects of photographing the enemy positions Is to locate hostile camou flaged artillery, photographers have frequently been forced to take great risks In flying at low levels In or der to achieve their aim. It Is held that flier? are In little danger from- artillery when flying at night, and it It believed that tree new device may result In greatly reducing the risks undertaken by the photographers of the Signal Corpa WEATHER CONDITIONS. District of Calumi??, Maryland arai Viratola Raln WetTmeadar: ThUTMay tmaKUed. probebl? ?bower?; modamt? and ?triable winde, GENERAL FORECAST. A ?h.Ilow d'",reeai m ?entnl orar Mlaeourl Mimday nicht baa adtancad to Southern Vir sr.nia and lr.rreaawl considerably In Intensity. It ha? been attended by aaniatl mina In It? ?ejt ward moremant?raina that will be of vary araat benefit to acricaltnral Ini?eat? over th. Ohio Vallar and tha aootbera portion of the Middle Atlantic ?tataa because of their tenera! dis tribution and the alow rate at which they fall In all other part? of th? country th? weather hat bean eanaraliy fair. The temperatura I? ?till abore tha ?anni amarre In th? Souther? Plain? Bute? and Tel??, alan in the Pittata Redon watt of tha Booty Mountain? Tbert will b? ahowera Wadnaaday In tha Middl? and South Atlantic State? and Southern New Bus lami. In th? Wuhlnatca lortcaet dlatlict Thursday will be fair ?snept ta th? Upper Las? necton, tha Innrer Ohi? Valley and the ? Half State? where fthowvre ara probable. Oboi weather will contini?. In th? M Iddi? Atlanti* Stata? and New Quaand. LOCAI, TEMIKRATTKEB. MldiAcht, ?; 1 a. m., ?; 4 a m.. ?: 1 a. ? ? a, m-, ? ; 10 a. m,, ??; 12 noon, ?G; S n. m.. ?; 4 p. m. ?; I ? m.. S"; 1 p. av. (S, 10 p. m.. ?A HUrheat, ?: lowiet. ?a BaUtiT, hiiTi litr-a a. tu., fi: ? ?, ??. ??: I a an., at. Rainfall (S p. m. to ? ? m.), (Il; of (BBaaWSj I; par aant ot poanbia eun , a Sdepaiitubes. ? exeaai of tempeiatnra ?rae? Jen ?-. 1. vai, +U?; deficiency of temiierttnr? ?tana Jan? 1. 1918, ?ai accumulated deficiency of BBBswBBBB ?noe January L IBM, -1 ?? de ta?ante of nrreaisUtian ? no? Jan. ?, IBA -A(L ?Jwrnparatnt? aaoe Sat? laat year- HichatA, B?. aavaaa Ht*tie< last Bata today, nicht. ? r m. fan. Atlattt?, ?a.. ? 72 s Atlantic Catj. S. 1... ?4 au te Ualuiuota. Md.. TI te ? Beaton, ?tara. M ? M Dana-, ?Ma. i? ? ta Detroit, Mich.. 7t io 74 Oareetton, Tex. at ?? ? | ? Jactaonrtll?, PU.. M 74 H Kennt? City. Mo.. H 12 SI (.M Memphis, Tena. N a) ta Ne? Orlata?, La. ? 71 M New Tort, ?. t. TZ ?> as 0.10 Philadelphia. Pa. 72 ? 6? Phoenix, Arta.. 1?' ?? 101 I'ittaburs?, Pe.. (Il Portland, Me. T4 M M Portland. On?. TI ? ? . San Antonio, lax. ss 74 M San ?Yancleoo. cai. ? ? M Vi<*r*unr. Mam.. ? p fa , TIOB TABLES. (Ocartpuad by tha United State? Ooaat a Gacdatio ennay.) ?Tnaty-Urw tide. 4.2? a.m. and (11 pi high tide. 10-U e-m. and M:4? aa. Today-9nn rieea 141 a.m.; win gate ?? p.m. Automobile lamp? to ht hatted at (AS p.?. LOCAL HlatrnON. ni Large Cal. prunes lTe| fancy evap. peaches. 17c; seeded raisins, 10c; IS lba. white potatoes. 25c; Gunpowder tea, (fe; Blue Label coffee, 25c; navy beane, ISc; lima beans. He; ?paglietti. Ite; Karo syrup. Ite, SSc and TSC: Log Cabla ?yrup, (Oc; red kidney beans, KHc can; large herring, 5c; cncoamits, ?c and Sc: It lbs. white meal. 55c: A, J. pancake or buckwheat flour. llHc; IS otta, eardine?, lie; pink salmon. 20c; Quaker matches, S5c; ? Babbitt's soap. 25e. 92? Pa. ave. and all the J. *. D. Pyles storca OLD MY GUUS OFFERED ARMY AT HIGH PROFIT Bought as Scrap at $78.67, Now Priced at $15,000 By Dealer. The 15,000,000,00? Fortification? bill, pasted by tbe Bouae Monday, was referred yeaterday to the Sen at? Appropriation? Committee, which will begin hearings on the Items In the measure before the end of the week. It 1? expected thst when th? hear ings begin tbe Senate Committee will probe more deeply Into tbe terms of th? contract entered Into by the Ordnance Department forth? p?rchese of abandoned nary gana from Franclt Bannerman, of N?w York, dealer la arm? and equipment The House refused to allow the itetn of $460,000 which waa to have been paid to Bannerman for SO Inch guns, according to th? contract. It la probable that tbe Senats Committee will attempt to find out something more about tb? torma of this con tract and th? actual valu? of the guns, which Bannerman rated at (15.000 each. Further light on the Interrupted deal with Bannerman Is given In the testimony of Admiral Balpb Karle. chief of the Ordnance Bureau, of the Navy, before the Tortlfleatlon? Committee of th? Mous?. Th? testi mony has ]u?t be?n mad? public. In thla testimony It Is shown thst Bannermsn bought eighteen of the nun? in 1)11 for I7S.C7 ?ach, and the other? ar? believed to have been ac quired from Luria Brothera, of Heading, Pa, to whom they were sold by the Navy Department for less than 1200 ?piece. . StIU Good fee- Field Work. Admiral Earl?, In reaponse to question? by Chairman Borland, testified aa follow?: "ThoM gun? wer? token from cruis ers of th? Newark type. These ?re ?-Inch .10 caliber guna. Mr. Ban nermaa ha? gathered? together from year to year a motley collection of ordnance, tome of It 1? good and ?ome of It not so very good, but all of It a little out of data, and he ha? now oome to the fore with a propo sition to ?ell these guns. These par ticular 6-Inch .10 call ver gun? would be of no value to the navy, because they are of too low velocity and are of too ?h?rt a range, hut tbey are certainly good for field work or for anything that doe? not require ex treme range, which would be the case ?o far aa fighting I? th? trenchea la concerned. These 6-inch gun? ?re of som? valu? on ?hur? to b? used against trenchea and against troops, but they would be of ao velue on board shlpa." May Cesaaaaadeer The**. Col. Samuel McRoberts, chief of th* Procurement Division of the Ord nance Department, testified before the committee that the transaStlon wa? held up because the War De partment wanted to And out ]ust how much the guna were worth end how much Bannerman had paid for them. He conveyed the hint that if the army cannot get the gun? at a fair price they will be commandeered. Oen. T. C. Dickson, Chief of the Control Bureau of the Ordnance De partment, told the committee that tbe guns are In splendid condition. He recommended the allowance of the Item of ?480.000 for the purchase of the ? guna from Bannerman. Y. M. C. A. ROLL READY FOR SUMMER SCHOOL Boys May Enter to Study During Vacation. Student? of th? graded school? of Washington may now enroll In the summer vacation achool offered by the V. 11 C. A, In III main build ing at 171? O atreet northwest. Claaaes In stenography arid draft ing ar? Included In the night achool courae. One condition of the night school Is that a student nuit spe cialise In on? or two subjects. More than two subject? may not be taken, and It 1? auggested that the stu dent specialise la one. Commencement exercise* for the graduating class of the first school of accountancy will be held at the i T. M. C. A. bullding the evening of July 10. K. OF C. OUTING AT CHESAPEAKE BEACH A patriotic program will be tbe outstanding feature of the outing At Cheeapeake Beach to be given to morrow by Keane Council, Knights of Columbu?, for the benefit of ita war activities fund. Patriotic ad dressee will he delivered end na tional anthems will be sung. W. H. Callahan Is In charge of the exercises. An elaborate program of athletic events will be presented, under di rection of Capt. C E. Edwards. Swimming contests, race?, prise bowl ing, and contest? for boy? and girl? have been arranged. The organization Is expecting a crowd of between 1,000 and 4,000 per sons. Many knights who will be unable to get away from their work during th? day will go to the Beach on the train that leaves District line station at 6:30 o'clock. UKULELE LAID ASIDE FOR TANK GUN WORK Hailing from the far-away land of the ukulele. Jame* S. Bodrero. regis tering from Kealln, Kaual. Hawaii, I appeared yeaterday at headquarters, of th? unit, 1800 E street northwest, and was accepted for servios in th?' Tank? Corpa Mr, Bodrero, who bas been working on a sugar plantation In the tale of the bleat, stated that Hun tactics had done away with his desire to produce sweets, and that; from now on he wished to give the I Kaiseiites large doses of "gall and wormwood," through tbe lnjective power of a tank-riding machine gun. Other applicants accented were: William H. Jaquea, Boy B. Dod aon, Henry Lynch. Waahington: B. W. Beach, Springfield, Mass.: Howard J. Parker, Dorchester. Mase.; John B. Wales. Massachusetts, and Guy C. Campbell, Pennsylvania. RIVER AT LOW LEVEL. The water level in the Potomac River waa four feet below normal yeaterday, due to the heavy north west gale of Saturday and Sunday, which caused the tide to run low. river official? declared. Docks that usually have water In them were bare yeaterday afternoon and th? river flats showed well above water. By tonight. It waa expected, tbe tide? will be normal again. n.vrer? for the Bride. Art?atic floral d?coration? foc charca eM Mb?* ???dlnt?, Ooo?, 1M4 V ?t.-Adr. House & Herrmann Seventh and Eye Street? Do iD y on can by bnyinf al the War Stampi po*siblt. 11m Limit u a dollar?. WHENEVER you need anythinf far tbe home, gir? m aa appmlaaily to rtrate the adrantaje? 70? will have, iatiifaction aad ?!?(, by baying here. This Is a Very Good Refrigerator We have made a leader of it. because the value it to far above that which the price usually command;. Excellent size for family use; scientifi cally constructed ? excellent hardwood cate, nicely finished ?and you will find it requires very little ice to operate it. Special_ $23.40 Library Table Made of Oak. IB Gtoldea or Kumed flni?h: of good else, with roomy drawer and ?half below. Substantial In every detail of construction. Will fit right Into th? preient furnltrh ing of your li brary or den. Special. $8.95 "Sellers" Cabinets Will Give the Utmost Satisfaction Tke "Sellen" is the very highest acMerement in Kitchen utility. You will be impreised with the convenience, the sys tem, the conserving features of it? design. Instead of work, cooking will become a pleasure. In construction every detail is of the beat. We control the "Sellers" in ?Washington?and shall be glad to show you the various models. All moderate ly priced. SHORT LINE CONTROL NOW BEING DEBATED Decision Time Limit May Be Ex tended Beyond July 1. The Kallroad Administration, for the sake of efficiently and In fair deal ing, I? seeking hum way to take over control of the short line road?. If no definite decision la reached In the next few day? the President will prob nbly ask Congres? to extend the time limit, now set at July 1, when control of the short Une roads can be taken over by the government. Director General McAdoo and Judge John Barton Payne, chief counsel tor the Railroad Administration, bava written letter? to the chairmen of Congressional committee? asking for an extension of time in which the rail road administration can act. . Walkter D. nines, assistant director general, and Judge Payne had a con ference with President Wilson yeater- | day on the situati? a? affecting the short line road?. They did not ask the President for a definite decision, but Informed him of the attitude of the Railroad Administration and asked hi? advice. There is a general opinion among railroad officials In Washington that the government should take over the short line roads. Belgian Flier Downs Two Hun Planes Alone Row a Belgian aviator thot down two Hun planet in a tingle combat and escaped to hi? own Unes I? told in an officiai statement Issued by the Belgian legation yesterday. Sub-Lieut. Willy Coppens scored hit ninth tnd tenth victories tn leas than six weeks In the course of a few rninutes on June 24, the dis patch ?aid. Coppens had set lire to ? German "Drachon" flying above the woods at Ploegsteert, and was about to return to his station, when he was attacked by a huge enemy biplane. He turned on the German flyer and shot him down in flames. The fight lasted less than two min utes, the Belgian escaping without a scratch. KB LTD! MOTOR TRUCKS 1136 Connecticut Are. N. W. Texas Company Use? Fulton Trucks. Wiry don't yon? *x* LOANS HORNING ?ta ef Hlthwaj Brid??> net? Wh ?tat ? ?H. Bat, I trie?, aje. (Sooth of Blthwai Brio??) I rue Sul? n| MLLE. JEWEL, CIRCUS STAR, D. C RESIDENT Member Hagenbeck Shows, Killed in Indiana Wreck. Mile. Jewel, beloved by children and lover of animais, who died In the wreck of the Hagenbeck-Wal lace ctrcut train at Ivanhoe, Ind., Saturday, waa a Washington tan. Outaide th? big tent ehe wa? known ?a Mrs. Charles Moorefleld. ill Sixth street northwest- Here her father, Joseph F. Barrow, and her alster, Mrs. Sarah Washburn, also Uve. Mlle. Jewel had been a resident of Washington for ?even year?. Mrs Moorefleld was born In Long ton, Staffordshire, England, thirty years sgo. It was here she got the first chsnce to go iato a circus. She always loved animal? and they were attracted to her. Her first engage ment wa? with 'Buckskin Ben" when ah? was living In Warren, Pa. Mrs. Moorefleld had played with many ?mail circuses, but this was her first season with the Hagenbeck-Wal lace circus. Mile Jewel was con nected with the Jones carnival three years ago. Mrs. Moorefleld Is survived by three sisters and a brother. Mrs. Lee Phillips and Mrs. Mary OUI, of Warren. Pa., and Jame? H. Barrow, who uvee In Erie, Pa. GETS POTASH FROM DUST. Pittsburgh, Pa.?James D. Rhodes, a Pittsburgh manufacturer, say? he hat discovered a proceas BP which h. can extract potash from the duet from cement during manufacture in the kilns Federal Judge Charles P. Orr heard the proceas explained and ordered Rhode* to enter Into an agreement with an Ohio cement com pany to experiment with a view of aiding the government to obtain potash for munitions and fcrtlllaera. A Very Qalet, Areea.lhli- H.tel. Re???.?hie 1* Price. Hotel Seymour 44-50 West 45th Street NEW YORK Bet.ee* Fifth Aveno? ?nd Broadway. Tbrw marotei from Ornad Central Stano?. Ne? Shop? and Theater? Lute. Urjht Boom?, Beautifully Furniabed. Boot??, with Bath. ?Sa up. | Parlor. Bedroom A Bath, Excellent BaaUttmst a I? Carte. W. T. ?etr.ltnr.ara. Spend Your Weekend in Comfort ^ TRAVEL The Semmes Motor Line Way LEONAtRDTOWli, ROCK POINT or COLONIAL BEACH All Within Thrw Hours of Waslvirigton ' Excellent Hotel AccommtDtdation* Bathing, Fiahing and Crabbing For full information regardng our rates or routtn. call FRANKUN 2713. S. W. CHADW1CK, Gen M.aat? Ott1! ?m.l*cm?_ JBaXTTD at. BRK? 1A w. ?OiiBtaahlj BlBaaa????aC ?ree. Herald Square Hotel sata stb?t laat Waal ef ?. ? aal.a? NEW YORK ???F?G? - r tre proof ONE block from Penn sylvania Station. Two minutes walk to the finest shopeand theatres. Every ?comfort and convenience at theae low rattsa. ROOMS? With tarivflae? ot he th ? ?f l.<SO per day With private ?hew?e beta ?2.00 per day With parva*? bath 82.SO ?calad UP Club Breakfast . . . 30c up Special Ijanermoa . . SO? French Tatlt ?Hot? Dinner S1.00 m ?I* carle ef mod?rait ????? i. Fra?! Sawaes HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS AL WAYS BRING RESULTS. RESORTS. ???G?? PAHK. ?. J. SUNSET HALL OPEN AFTER JUNE 28 ASBURY PARK. N. J. J. W. ROCK 4.FF.I.LER. Praarletae One square from ocean. Capacity. 100. Modified European plan. Club breakfasta Table d'hote luncheon end dinner. Aleo a la carte cervie?. Rooma (l per day and upward. Logical hotel for motorista Hotel Lafayette ASBURY PARK, N. J. June to October. Social Center of the Coast. Every room with running hot and cold water. Beautiful corner and other luites with private baths. White service. Illustrated booklet, also "Asbury Park Attractions" on request. M. H. FROST. Proprietor. nnv.iii.Tiir-M?. ?SSSSSSSSSSSSS? AVON INN AVON-BY-THE-SEA New Jersey A Block oa the Ocean front. Fifty miles from New York oa Pena. R.R. Located between Aabary Park and Spring Lake. DANCING, BATHING, BOATING. COLF. FISHING Safest Beach oa Jersey Coast A high-eltst Resort Hotel cater ing to tamilici with children. Seeclal Ratta ever Fteartk st Jaty Frora Wrdncadav dinner nntil Mooday after breaktast, 105.00 Wriu/or Bmtit X. THOMAS PtNNA. M.aa?swe Telephone 211 Aaburr fc%%%<aaiM0^1000t, -ss? RESORTS. ITUITK ?TT, H. i. ?te ta a? Saw HOTEL EENTUCET A*?????*? Pia?? Bate* f?* J ? e ??-?? S* ?S Dally t ?lia* I? t S Wrerttry. w. ?. aatlIDI, Peepalite -, HOTEL NETHERLANDS M. T. Av*. M Tata. e*w*a ataard.awla. Caaacaty, a?; ?laraater; art??*? t?' ? B. ud ?aM rwaawat wwtar la r ?a PBBB I^STCBXB-aUTBIrVG ??? ' ? B FTUtwl BOTBL. LAW? TEVMk - ? Da.NCB rxooa. Job? Bate?. !????? ?tea. ? te M ?ath Bt. ?tai SU. ?CSI ?weil AUO?ST BCBWADEU PiuuaUta. THE TRACT S??"? Opea an rar. aarajDsat tobte. Hea ?. nate MOTBL IROOUOI8 la Ota bean of ?la.il? Otri and adjaaeat te ?a? P. ?. ? a PBABrCBLB. rwapr ?U-. ??* ? ??. Ana. M aaawa Irate Baa?* nCW ?jai leal ihm. s ?. ????a?.?? TT^?^ORE-?iiaijntci^ IwT?U)S<?i^iTWBOTO.SlXXB> KENDERTON Oceaa Etti Ttnnimn Avnarar Oaa of Attentat Caty'? at** aia? *??? '. ?? ?? Ut? boardwalk CaarcmUr ln*Ut t aw. aaatte ar a? aat? wit* tali.ai tata. Etera- ? Sa* sartor. Ope* laara Ululili atmetet an? tate? ?* ?**?_A. O. CMATHAS TfhTW?tsl^e\ | ATLAirnC OTT, R. X Opea Al Year. ? Two door? from Boardwalk * . ?nd Steel Pier, oa Virginia - ? avenue. Maar chamber win- " - dow? overlooking the ocean. a ? Petronlted by those deal ' ? tng an unobtrualve ?nvlrot - anent at mod?r?t? coat. * Bate*. Bt *ev day at ??war? j teAtBBBBB? aaeal?. * For many year? . ownership managenient. <i?in ?iii? G,??.????'.?.?.??!.?. It???*??"??."!!!??] BILDWOOn, M. *. WILDWOOD By-t?te-S.? mei riMwsW Crest Their Ideal attuane* ?a a penala?1? ?ur rouaded by ta* Atlantic um oa one tad* and Delaware bap o? taa other make* tatet? the meet enjoyable ?wain m ?r r?art oa th* ?oaeC Always Cool! Splendid Istilli. boating, flahlng. crab blag aad motonn? Fattene dee - mile promanad? boardwalk Music furnished daily by a porti?* of the famou? Philadelphia Or rheetra la oar new ea- ? dltorium. F*r farther | detail? and folder write ve. tr^awaarenraart SaWSha, Manaarta* eimwry. Baa M ?t 1 nade. WU??..?. X. ?. DORSEY ?*aa?wBa???a faruete. ttwat _ HOTFI deei>?? tallir* Oa?. 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