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TOURING IN U.S.
FOR VACATIONS IS MAINTAINED Visiting of National Parks Little Diminished by the War. That th? ?ntraac? of th? United State? into th? war will not affect th? vacation tourists, and that the country's natlonsl parks and scenic points will be as wsll patronised this year as they have beea durlag each of th? last two years, to th? ?pinion of Secretary of the Interior I?ne. Secretary I?aa ala? dtelarea that It ia ?vea mor? Important now than la Urn?? of peace that th? health an? vitality ef tha Ballon'? situ senship be conserved, and that rest ?ad recreation must materially as sist In this conservation of human tlasue and energy. Ant? Bsalanvssa America. America Is being rediscovered with tbe automobile, aad Ameri can people realli? that vacation? ? re neceasary to eaable them to maintain their Increased buslnes? and patrioti? setlvrttoa. With the curtailed transportello? facilities, the uncertainty af railroad sched ules, combina? with a clear under standing of th? health beneflt? of driving tn th? op??, and with th? deslr? to mak? their vacations ss economia! aa possible, ther? I? not a doubt, but that th? ISIS vacstlon aesson will ha on? of tbe greatest automobil? touring year? In the his tory of tb? Industry. I understand that Inquiries an? reports recale?? by th? travel bu reaus of automobile ciaba In prac Commendation ef the Fait-on Tracks are praised by users bcsause they give real satisfaction. Thay carry all and more than rated capacity and they do it economically. Tell u? your hauling problem ?well show yo? how a Fvlton Track ?KU Solve it. T.O.?. iy2 Ton?91620 Fulton Motors Company 1136 Connecticut Ave. . u ? Do You Want Power? Do You Want Style? Do You Want Comfort? S '< Do you want a car easy to handle in the most difficult traffic? - i ? THE EAGLE SIX Fill* Every Want ' Immediate Delivery. $1580 Peered WOODRUFF MOTOR COMPANY 1333 14th Street N. W. Phone FriBkBe 6544. tleally ?vary section of th? coun try Indicate a record-breaking crop of tourists for this ?ummer and early autumn. Particularly 1? this tru? In those sections and States where campi?a sit?? hav? been located aa welt as mountain and seashore resorts where tourists may eithsr stop at hotels or rant small cottages and tents. Sweethearts of Civil War Days Are Wedded Dm ?eine?. Is.?A remane? af civil war day?, renewed during the recent G. A. R. encampment here, culminat ed ia tha marriage at U R. Thomp son, Tt, ot Cartersvtlle. Iowa, and Mrs. Esmarilda Bishop, t?, an old sweetheart. The couple had been engsgsd before the civil war, but the call to tb? color? prevented th? Wad ding Lieut. C L Van Riper _ HU New Saxon Six. BOMB VICTIM. ?>rvsx?x*prrwfji?. This pretty little French girl, "Valentine," is a soldier's bride ot two months. Valentine is the maid in the house which was the head quarters where Mrs. Pauline Bands Lee. an American woman working in Paris for the American Fund tor French Wounded, bad her head quarters. Mrs. Lee left on? night and re turned the next day tn rind the house in ruin?. Vslentine was searching among the ruin? fer trace? of her trouaseau, for tha bomb left her destitute. HONOR FUND FOR POLICE NOW $1,848 Memorial Grows as Free will Offerings Are Made by Many. Contributions to the Felice Memorial Fund as reported yesterday by Harry Aliraond, secretary of the committee, are steadily coming tn. The amount now In the National Bank of Washington to ths credit of the fund Is 11,141.25. with several hundred dollars more In the bands of the various workers that has not been turned in. No one is being urged to con tribute to this fund, as it Is the de sire of Mai. Pullman and the com mittee that It be a free-well offer ing from the citisene to the memory of those policemen who have been or may be killed in Une of duty. The following Is a list of those who have contributed 15 or more: Otis Buchhols, $100; William P. Eno, SISO; Woodward A Lothrop, $100; Clarence F. Norment, $100; Mrs Charles B. Wood. $100; Raymond W. Pullman. $?0; Daniel Fraser, 150; J. H. Conrad, $50; Cook * Stoddard Co., $25; Hugh Wallis. $19; P. T. Moran. $25; H. H. Hollerith. $2$; Rudolph Joss, $2$; Atlantic Hotel. IX; John B. Lamer. VX; Edward Mullen, 120; Mra Eulalia D. Rheem, $1$; Louis Holmes, $10; William Wglton, $10; Washington Tobacco Co., $10; Cohen A Hughe?. $10; L. !.. Thompson, $10; Joseph Gawler Sons' $10; J. V. Jordon, $10; Arthur J. May, $1 George U Starkey. $3; Morris E. Marlow, ft; W. H. Wah Isy. $5; William MeNslr. $5; Whtt more, Lynn A Aldea, $i; John Dolph, IS; W. W Nairn. $6; Oeorge A Weaver, $t:| James T. Ryan, $5; Frank J. Sturaph, $1; W. C. Blan d?n, $5: T. A Rover Company, $6; F. W. MaoKensis, $1; Capitol News Company, $5; Anna V. Howes, $5; Dr. H. C. Du (fey, $(: C. H. Stock ton, $6; S. C. Graham. $5; ?lst Blair, $5: P. Fenten, $6; Harry Ali moni?. IS; Foss Hughes Motor Com pany, 15; Ryan Auto Service, $.", ; 8. Hani ein, 15; -Combs Motor Com pany, ?: Metcalf ? Delta, IS Rysn Auto Service, IS; 8. Hanlein, IS; ? Combs Motor Co., V; Tea Cop Inn. 15; I Loots Hartlg, IS; Robert MscMurr-ty, ?IS; Casino Theater subscrlbtions, I ?"2g.27; Ladies' Auxiliary ot Sixth pre cinct,. $30. Says "Crust" Like Bill's Belongs Only to Kaiser Alton, 111.?"Crust" like William Sullivan's belong? only to Kaiser Bill. At least Mra Llllle Schwarberger says so. He "mashed" her on the street. She objected to his attentions. But when he attempted to embrace her and she resented It he slapped ber. Thia waa the crowning Insult. A war rant waa sworn out for his arrest and the judge fined him It aad coats. Look for It daily?"Today'? ???? toonet" by Satterfleld?oto page 12 main n?w sesUop tetlajr. ?pciet 1 In Va*** ? ??t?/ 'neimirtOTOHj C??TI?"CBD G??? FAGS TSTItEB. other placea that ana woaders that he I? alive at all. But under ths care of Mr. and Mrs. Carter?and the many young ladles?he his gotten so strong that his paralysis has disap peared and ali bla wounds hav? heal ed except th? em? in hl? lang. Nevertheless ha Is now sble to dance, attend parti?? aa? get som? pleasure out of lifs ones mare. One wonder? now long It will be before, la th? making ef our demo cratic army, W? will have reached a paucity of talent la civil Ufe that will compere with condition? In some of the other countries. An amusing case was reported la London recently, and brought to my mit? by the recent visit of tbe French military orchestra. Sir Thomas Beecham, who has oodles of money which bis papa mad? ?ut of rill?. an4 a knighthood, and a I desire to be artistic and break Into society, runs aa spara ?eason In Lon don at the Drury Lane Theater. He was putting en some wonderful pro duction?, whan hts orchestra leader came ta him and Insisted that there twist be on? mor? oboe player? or ciac the ?rustic properties would be out raged by the ?reheat rat ion. "Hire him," replied Sir Themas sen tenuously. i cent gat one anywhere," was ths reply, "Offer mere money," Insisted Sir Thomas. It developed thst the army bad grabbed all the oboe players In Eng land, two In number. It was literally true that, after advertising in London snd tbe provinces, not a pis ver could be found. It wasn't a matter of price; the army had 'em all. Than Sir Thomas appeal?? ta the military authoritlea to tot one off; ?nd the appeal got publicity, art? ther? was a huge debata over whether the opera asason should be Mightad or the army should civ? up ?n eboa play Mr. Th? pre?? divided about equally on the subject, parllsmsnt debated it. snd altogether ther? was a line dem onstration thst even In serious times It is possible to have a little humor. r. S.?Sir Tom sot the oboe player. I wrote something last week ?bout th? engagement of Loul?? Campbell, of Louisville. Ky.. to l.ieut. Addison Gardner Foster, nephew of Mrs. Richardson Gibson ?nd Mm?. F. J. H. von Kngleken. of thia city. Since then I read an artici? Mlle. On Dit wrote to her brother "oyer there,' In th? Louis vili? Courler Journal, which Is tos good to keep; I muet pas? It on Here goes: "We've Just remembered, laddie, that onre upon a time Voa Tirpits was In Louisville. And, be assured, w? ar? moaning our wasted oppor ! tunitles. Queer, isn't It, how such s bit of history should have b?en Ignored for ao long, and stranger ?till 1? tb? wsy In which some of th? older Loulivlll? folk happened to recall that Von Tirpits was in the suite ef Prince Henry of Prus sia when that individual made a tour of America in th? Interest of Kalseriam?as it has since develop ed?and visited Louisville In Feb ruary or March, 190!. "This is how ws ehsneed t. re call that th? abhored father of sub marine warfare had one? been a guest of our city. A Kentucky beauty?of the true Southern type with glorious bpjtvn ?yes and a complexion ?ike the creamy petal of a magnolia blos ?om?I? to be married soon, and through her murriag? ta the de scendent of a femeu* Kentucky family, and a family that lead? In th? annals ef the "Gibraltar Dis trict" of Kentucky. And It was a kinsman of the lovely bride-to-be who wss apparently th? first of sll our public men to tente the real purpose beck of Prince ' Henry's visit, as Repr?sentativ? Charle? ? Wheeler, of the aforesaid "Gibral tar District," fairly biased out ? gainst German Imperialism and the "folly and wickedness" of a repub lic like the United States paying any courtesies to th? imperialistic government of Germany, outlining his views in ?^speech that electri fied Congress. Tou've guessed, perhaps, that the beautiful bride is Louise Campbell, daughter of the J. Wheeler Camp bells. Tou would know her, I'm sure, by my writing you that ahe sug gests more than any other girl I've seen, the exotic beauty ot the mag nolia. All th? dreamy South is In her eyes. Miss Campbell is to be married on August ??that is th? present plan, at least?to Addison Gardner Fut ter, II, first lieutenant, lssth Depot Brigade, Camp Zachary Taylor. Lieut. Foater's mother was a daughter of the well-known Col. Hart Gibson, of "Ingleslde," that unique ? chateaulike structure a few mil?? from Lexing ton. You'll recall, laddto, how Ito gray faeades and battlemented tur rets slways struck a different note in the Blusgrsss environment, where moat of th? homes were of the colo nial type. "Ingleslde," which for many years wss a show place, was built originally, I've heard, by an Englishmen, and the picturesque por ter's lodgs suggested tb? traditional English estate, although the house Itself suggested a French chateau. For the laat two years Lieut. Fos ter has been with his uncle, Duncan Gibson, at Lexington, where he haa .studied law. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Addison Gardner Foster, of St. Psul. Minn. Mrs. Foster was Dunster Gibson, and. of course, the famed "Ingleslde" wss her girlhood home. Lieut. Foster is a frandson of the late Senator Addison Gardner Foster, of the State of Washing ton. Such name? aa the Preston?, the Harts, the Duncans and the Mc Kinleys are Included In the ancestry of the young lieutenant who ia to marry the radiantly lovely Mary Lou ise Campiteli. Capt Jame? Wheeler, now In ehsrge of the intelligence department ef Camp Zachary Taylor, < Is the ?on ot Charlea W heeler, I bear, wh? waa representing UM "Gibraltar District" of our Mato la Congress when Priaoe Henry, of Prussia, vl?ited this coun try, as I've said. In those days, of course, tho -rela tionship between our country and Germany waa good, and It was gen erally believed the,t the trip of Prince Henry had no Ulterior Motives, aa* ?as Inundad merely to promoto fi-leedshlp between ths United Blatas aad ?3err*oany. And Charles Wheeler was the esse man In tha United states who, in tbe light Ot presentitay ?ventov-when we've gome to know that Prtnea Henry's visit was to promoU Kalaar kM I" America and In the tat?re*ts of the German-American Alliance seems to hove grasped the real significance of tho Prussian's visit. As I said, bo made a sensational speech In tbe House of Representatives, opposing the general attitude ot cordiality and upset. HI? speech went off like a shot from a ?ubmarine. and I've board that It was the cause of the then "Prin cess Alice" Roosevelt canceling A? engagement to visit Germany, or be received at the Prussian Ceert, or bo a guest on the Prince's yacht I've heard just what it was In tho form of entertainment that waa to have been provided for Mra Longworth by Germany, but I've forgotten. The point of the Incident, however, is that, following the excitement caused by Mr. Wheeler's speech, the Roose velt? elected that Alice should stay at home. And Von Tlrptta was vrith Prince Henry when the Prussian arrived In, Louisville, and I'm sadly afraid, lad die, that ha bad a magnificent dinner given him at the Pendennis Club. We ware all so incapable in those days of imagining the depth of Prussian Infamy. We could not conceive thst the people vrith whom wa broke bread and gave the best of our hos pitality was? plotting against ua But to speak of a pleaaanter matter than Von Tlrpita. I've boss chuck ling over the delightful little romance In which ene of Lieut. Foster's aunts, namely. Mrs. Gibson, of "Ingleeide," played such a leading role. You'll love this story, laddie, I'm egre, and you can pass It on to the lads In the trenches. Richie Gibson Is the baro of the Incident Now. Richie Gibson aad Preston Gibson, sons of United States Senator Randall Gibson, ot Louisiana, were also cousins of tbe Gibeons of "Inglcalrte." Richie Gib son arrived late one night to visit the Gibsons of "Ingleslde," and he had not turned In when he heard muffled screams issuing from a bod room. Richte broke In and resetted a damsel from very great distress. She bad retired la a folding bed. which had been hurriedly rigged up as an overflow measure In a house tilled with the traditional number of guests In hospitable Kentucky, and the contrivance had shut up with "the lady laalde," somewhat after the manner made famous by the tiger of Niger. Richie pulled her ?rat like little Tommy Trout, not knowing who It was whose life he was saving. She screamed?the scream no longer muffled?and dad. or did something else appropriate. But Rich!? had beheld his bewitching cousin?he hadn't met her. I believe?and the next morning?meeting, heightened In Interest by the circumstances of tha Informal midnight meeting?de veloped a mutual devotion .which soon ended In Use marriage of the couslna The Richie Gibsons lived in Lexing ton some years and were prominent and popular. They live In Washing ton now, I believe. Preston Gibson, an acknowledged social leader, Is driv ing sn ambulance In your part of the world, and recently was dted for ral lantry under Are. Isn't the paragraph shout Mr. and Mrs. Rlchsrdson Glbaon a scream! It Is not at all tras but makes a good story. The true story of the meeting between those two 1? worth telling, though. Mr. Oil-eon. also nicknamed Dick, "rat visited Ingle-aide when he was taking the body of his father there to be burled. When he entered the large entrance hall for the first time he found all his cousins end his aunts, also quite a few uncles, lined up In the hallway and they all, the men too, greeted him with a kiss, though he had not seen most of them before In hla life. His pretty cousin. Mary Duncan Glbeon. was amone those presented, snd, anyway, he liked her and the way ?he kissed him so much thst hs wooed and won her for hi? wife. Mrs. Fred Dennett Is making a visit In New Tork. Miss Dorothy Dennett will join her mother at the cloae of the session of the Wisconsin Univer sity, where Miss Dennett Is attend ing school. In the early autumn Mra. and Miss Dennett will return to their home In Washington and wil? be joined by Midshipman Rodney Den nett, who win spend his vacation with his parente. The present wsr does not seem to havs created tbe seashore scsre caused by Cerrera'? fleet at the time of the Spanish war. Seashore cot tage? quite went begging in June of that memorable year, yet the Summer Social Register just Issued. Indicates that the seashore occu pando, this year have relatively gained on the Inland residence? <n spits of submarine activities. While there Is a falling off of som? 10 per cent In cointry resi dences, doubtless because many families are keeping their city res idences open during the summer ?or their Red Cross and canteen activi ties, yet thl? decrease fall? IS per cent on Inland occupancy a? against 5 per cent seashore residences. There are 3.C95 families by the seashore compared with 3.110 la it year. And t.081 families residing inland compared with 7,177 last year. Tbe seashore residences are divid ed as follows: South shore of Long Island .... 493 North shors of Long Island .... 4SI Ths Hamptons . its North shore of the Sound. 411 Jersey eoaat . 4SI Newport and Nartagansett Pier 305 Bar Harbor . lOt Other points on New England Coast .101? Western coast.?.Ill Total._1,111 (As compsred with IIS last year) Among those at Inland resorts are: Bernardavilie. Morrlstown and neighborhood . Ill Lenox ..j. ft Adirondack? . 14* Canada . 117 Total .540 One hundred and ninety families sre living abroad ss compared to only US last year. The arrivals and departures from Europe and the names of yachts are not mentioned this year for well known war reasons. The Summer Social Register in dicates the rank of $4$ in the ser vice of their country, of which ap parently S47 are abroad. Since April 1. 70S persons bave married as compared to ttt last spring, which was a banner season in this respect asd there are note?? the deaths of 241 men as compare to 211 last year and of ltt women as compared to ltt last year. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Baer have re turned after a short stay In Old Point Comfort and* Norfolk. Charles Frank, who has been spend ing a fortnight In Bangor, Me., re turned last week. I. Haas of New Tork has returned home after a short visit In Washing ton. Mr. aad Mrs. S. Wolt of this city, left last ?rack far Poland ?prtogt. Me.. where they wilt siaula ?a. ? Ensign Rollnick haa returned ta Washington from Mew Tork where he matto a short stay. Misa Bra Bennett of Norfolk, to ?pending a short time in Washington. Miss Dorothy Bsumgarten Is passing the somtoar to camp at Trippe Lake, Me, Mrs. Jtdtaa Tarter and family left last week far Atlantic City, where they will remain for ?eversi montns. Mtoa Sagina Murmelstein has re turned from a short stay in Baltimore. Mrs. M. Laupheimer announce? the engagement of her daughter Estella to Louis Dreyfus?, of Alexandria. Lawrence Gichner left Washington last week for camp st Schoone Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. Simon will return this week from sn extended stay in Atlantic City, N. J. Miss Bestrice Hahn ?eft last week for Asheville, NV C. where ah? Joined her mother, Mrs. W. Mahn. Joseph C. Kaufman has joined his family In Ventnor. N. J. He will re main there several weeks. Mr. and ?1rs. M. Behrend hav? re turned after a short stay in Old Point Comfort and Norfolk. Mrs. Harry Hahn to making an ex tended ??M ht Philadelphia. Pa. Miss Bloch, of New Tork City, to to Washington for a few daya. Misa Rena Stein, ?f New York, wa? ht Washington for a short tin? tost weak. ?_Il_IIS 1 Herald Square Hotel *U_ SI-MET Ja_W?etof HEW YORK ONE block from Penn? Wgylrani? Station. Two m in u tea walk to the ft neet shop? an d theatres. Every comfort end convenience at th?? low rate*. ROOMS: With privlUf.o! barb > ??.?? per day With privato shear? bath 9a.OO per day* Wit* privat? bath ?2.SO and up CWbl French TatU ?Hele Dlrmer S1.00 m eia carte at mo?tmie pelee* i. Frad Sayan Minasi n? D,roc toa Manhattan Square late! sa ta a? Wast G?tb St. New Teak IM i???, m trita ws im sstttr <>???_1?? Uua ma of balani Butor? SiurouaM kr part?. Half ? Bla? af a? tmn U Central rara. Coassai?t to ?verrtbinc. Beota s??th ?sa of hat?. 11.5? per dar. Parlar bah? ?ad ?t?. sita iboarr. ?? one ?r tao peno?, SSM per ear. Parlor, tvo bedroom? ?ad batfaa. abower, thre? or lour prrsorjs. t? <? ?o t?.Ot perda? Eieell?t Bcvtaoraat. M derate Prie?? H. rSOHHISS, l're?. _CEOMGE W. ?????, Mar, Hotel Whittle Soeth New York Ave. Fourth Hot?e from Boardwalk ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Bathing from Hotel All Outside Rooms Ocean View Moderate Rates American and European Plan Capacity 250 Write for Booklet Elevator Ownership Mar?_atnant B. M. end _ R. HOSTE. TTE.R RESORTS. XT. ?.KKT.NA. PA. FISHING IS GREAT -AT? Mt. Gretna Hotel Conewago ?on a bluff overlooking Cone wago, TOO feet above aea level, offers marvelous attractions to th? tired profeutonal or busi ness man who Is fond of aporta. Eicellent fishing, boating;, bath ing, horseback ridia?. Unni?, croquet. Purest artesian wster. Excellent food. Always cool, livery convenience. Modern ??wer system and complete Sew age disposal plant. For book let and full Information writ? P. I. WEI MAR, Mt. Gretna, Pa., ar Cornwall neat Lebanon, ShmSX., Lebanon, Pa. ATLANTIC CITY, lt. J. HOTEL IROQUOIS Saath < nrollnn Asenne aa? Hear h In tb? be?rt of Atlantic Cits'? aeaabc? lit? aad ?datent te th? P. B- h. ?aatron. he citais? ?atTcuodaaea ; ?0 ?? comfort?, ?jaxtlrit ment?, cuhhd?. ?? coarte?!?? ot ta? uieoer prtced botel? ?t ? mesterai? tata. Adsanced tmarlntt ?od rates ?iron ?pplicstlOB. A. O. FRANCK??. Proprietor Kcatnctr? AT?.. n??r Bearti ?od ali ?tlrartiori?. Boat? eootint. ?Jader Uta ra.ea. K?sr marj???p??ot. Ncwa-itMi_ur w.saa& Greater Frttsbtwi ?T.TZ...2??. U ?tau. ?pst? -mail. Um. _ W_b<?r. J s**?*- - NEW YORK picturesque lake tat* Canti-al Park at 74tJ? St,' mSe. ? with bath. AspaaUs to fathere, chiUrttn. Be sting, ? mMMM ttmMM ?Msd 1 hai ml IIS ?a w?th privat* bath. Si. St; EDMIVD M. MM-glfAN. OnHraklf Ma?gi far ? stay of on? ?id ar Booklet with beautiful ?ant fias. Broadway ti Mr. 51 ??? York City. ? Rport WITH BASK 4?d*? * Mo HOT?Lno-tt ZAsar iW;ci:s3i*Lt *? *???.???-wo????f STATIC*? AT Tit? OdO*. ? '?eSUPERi *J)inif1C*SJ?0rt:3l?Ci: ?A-lACARJ?.? AT VtLT. ?10WRAT? ?jyCE5 ?CLUB ?M?Al?fAST-mR^*?. TewlL'SIMtW tV?Kf Fiosecnr ai T>c ???a?nit*, cvirf OH.P ???t???, >*ir _RESOUT?._ ATLABT1C CTTT, M. t. KI?DERTO? OCCMi ?mmade ? tmXmwt t*** J? Ob? mt AtliBtic ??t? mo?* reotninent botch off th? board* a ?k. < entra Uy Joe? ted. Room? aUkgia or ?? aufc* vfth ??*:??? baU. ?tle-iar??*? Suo parlor. Opra Uto attached. BonkVt ama ratea oa runt A. C. CHaTM?N. TRAYMORE-ATUKiiccnT 1V3RLDSCREAJEST HOTEL SUO?SS HOTEL BOTH WELL ?Vennd Bf?aaw tram Boardwalk ?od S.nel lier oo YLtsraia A?c A'.lauuc Citj. N. 1. OPEN AU. M 111 B??tt appaintsacat ; central location ; _ stajtdard in cuiaine ?ad t??k?; ruoau cd ????a erUh in* tit bath ; rurni?? water ?a raaoo?. Mene lor ?tro? aad booklet. J. a ?. A ?nmnvEi.i._ AMBItll'AS II.AN SATIS ?ZJS? ta g? Dally. S12.SO. SIS. SI7_VI. ?XO Weekly. Meat 1.acalca" Paralar ??lee ??1? to Alla.?Ir ? li ?. ?. ?. NETHERLANDS ?. ?, Ave. SO Vga. fro?, Itearttwalfc ???t???4?a? Lan aad a?aaa. Calacttj. w I KJTKH tar ALL ATTRACTIO"?,? E"*T?tot; privat? baUsa: orcr SO n?l?ls? too at eeee Sot oa? euld ?-"-?? ?Tatar. SPECIAL FREE KEATfRE? Bathing l*rl?lle?r frtta? Hotel Lawn Tettala Casal. Dase? Floor Raatlrt with Fatal? at la????a? to Atlantic City mailed oa rrqaea?. _At'UL'ST RrHWADHX. PtopriHo? HOTELKE?T?CKY WITH KIREPIOOr ADDITION ?>?1?rkj A?c. ?rear Hrirk. t ???? ty, ?OO. Ma Jar It 7 room? with tut oa? ?old runmnx water; A air. iwiiat? bat*??. Tern r4*ane ?ad electric ltgbt? in ??-rv rotan. Elevator fnan ?treet leveL Bead lor booklet aad points of tntercat tn Atlantic Cit?. ORCHESTRA aad FREE DA\ri\r, FLOOR. American plan ratea, **"" 3P la At.OO DAILY. SIZ-SO ta S30.00 WEEKLY N. B. KESKADY. Proprietor ??ani.i:im?iiiiata!i?t?i'?..s.? ? .?>?:? ? ? ? ? ? ? The Wiltshire I Atlantic cmr, N. J. Ope. AB Year. = Two doors from Boardwalk ? and Steel Wer. on Virginia - avenue. Many chamber win- J r do?*? overlooking the ocean. ? m Patronized by tho?? deen- ? - Ing an unobtrusive environ- m - ment at moderate cost. * lleira. gs per day ? ??????4?. - Inrladlas Beala. ? I For many year? under ; . ownership management, imiti. ELLIS. G???*?????:?:?|???-? ninit???????-?"???'!?.!.?? ????.?* .?'Hg *3.S0 t ? nally. Special Weekly. American Flan. GRAND ATLANTIC Virginia Avenue, Hear Beach Central and eia?? io Steel Pi? aod all al? tracuqpa. Capacity ?0. Modem hifb-H-ua hocel affermi -pvvry ?ooifoct. L-ai^t oool ronma, ', p;tiit? bath?; nnmnf ??ter in bedfO-ooHi ' ?-Water. coninoti1 ion a -?rrbtn*?* am? pnb?c foaaa. i Tha tabi?** to an ?vpe-nal feature; attenuta eere I we. Writ? for booklet. Antovoblla ?ecu an 1 trato?, w. r. ?HAW. HOTEL DE VILLE ri '^ A~ aad OCEAN VIBW Tb? beat woiirpi-d, mod. rale hotel la Atlan tic City; biga start? tank ; whit? ?crrlcf ; eats. ?*r)v?ua ?nd pubhc hato?; ninniti? watw w? I roomi ; til week up. I'HASCKLE 4 O'BRIEA Ga,-..--? iiliaoi? 4 i?n?c ?ta ??*, tr. t-IHRRfll riea. Atar?. 4 tuVn plana ?? ubk. Cap. ??: IMi ?ni. U?ns?. a ,C LTnenell AVON-BY-THK-SEA saasKSKSOKSiMsaoaacmas? SOOB AVON INN AVON-BY-THE-SEA New Jersey A Block on the Ocean front. ?J Fifty miles from New York on \t Penn. R.R. "Uxated between ? Asbury Park and Spring Lake. DANCING. BATHING, BOATING, GOLF, FISHING Safe.t Beach on Jersey Cot?t ; ? A high-class Kasort Botet c?ter * ing to families with children. I Rstet ever roerte ef Jaiy ', From Wednesday diuner until Mondsv sfter breekiast, J fis.oo Write/er Meet ?. ?momas roetA, ? 111 -?G???*?-???(-?<^%%-*??***?*??^^^ saoa \ RESORTS. WILDWOOI?. ST. s. offers unending etv joyment and pleas , ,'ura? Situated on tt ^/peninsula rat-round? ed by the A?aot?e ocean and Delaware bay, it receives thai full and constant benefit of cool? healthful, sah sat. MM?a?aa- a Finest l.ath!nr boat Ics, flihine and mo? torbomtint on he At:_nt.c com Spl*?n.?'d five-mi le boardwalk line. with np - to - dato ? hops and ht* h srade * rnu??t*-n?f*nta. Musi? furnished daily by a part of tha famous Philadel phia Orch??ctr_. For de t?:i?M inforrnatron a ? A ?s.?**t ?r.'? ?. G??? rirht Am?? h thgmtT M^e:?o. Boar? Ott ?rteme-, H Ulte.?od. V ?I? DORSEYv??"-?*??*?. w?*?. ?* .????G. fort-bla ?rood ?b*. fasUfa? HOTFI rt-->*a?^-l <*P ?? -**?? iiv i sULs ^ j E uHiruii-, rae? WILDWOOD-BY-THE-SEA I9?* year ????t Vac-uon. Boerfcst I. HIUTCe-XU OHy < .er?.. WUdvosC *. el. MEWSHELDOM r ??,'?-? "A ?l?r*?tar: pnfttt bath?: matt ?e ?-.*?; boot ???, ?aU. D. J. WOODS, ovamhip _??????ai?, EDCETON INN 5G__^-_*_? 1er aacallant tati?. abita aerrio?: booti?. ? uto. J. ALB??? HAS?IS. Proa MOTEL PAITOS. ?Dava AD ?ta?. _ beat, ?limila? aster, pnrat? father &l M a? sreellj; OS db prr ?lai. Bo?I va. aalr Coaek. A. _t? CBRAl. Para? SSW ??? PS HIRE. GRANLIDEN ^OTEL Lake St?spas, New At the Gateway ot the White Mountains In the pines, spruces ?nt baleara? ?Altitude 1.2F0 ft No Hay Te tar. Good golf course: tlsbing for salmon and bass excellent? tennis, bathlBB. boatlnc. canoe ing, dancing, fin? motoring, etc. Tb? Ideal Tour" Hotel at 1?k? Sunapee. Accommod?tes StH). Fur nished eottape? to renL Write (or circular to W. ay. brvk > WINTER SEASON. ?etri? Indian Riser aad loda??. Hoekledsr. ??rid? _LAKE ft.At IP, H. T. Grand View Hotel LAKE PLACID, N. T. Way up in the Adiron dack!, far from the noise and discord of the city's strife. Cool and placid as the name implies. Every convenience to meet the requirements of refined people. Exceptional table; orchestra; private baths; furnished cottages for renL A book with photographic reproduction! of this famout natural playground sent free. M. 1. MARSHALL, Lake PUesd, ?. ? J StSlllMk Boating. katMat ani ?.tura reetend pan??? ? natatlm ?ut? ?Ut?? Ima? W aaklaatoa a; ?o? t.aioatW f?w ?? ?mem toad? 1? Manata? If >o? ??? Il urlai tat ? piara te ?t _?a? m_ fil?? B. D. ?S?aftaTON t. Sors l*_S SIASI- SSV. THE LTNDON,?rs:ri?r