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i?r Joseph Holt, who ranks among t
"*! ? insider the mountains of Virginia as
" .vi tn latitude*. ;in<I cjip^M'lrtlly from <to)
<>r *.i as'.e-restorlng stimulus, whim insn
preparation fi>r renewed health amt a I
a Lr-*y and often overworked life."
Tn ?*;!; favored region, where the waters are
mountain S'-cnery Is magnificent and where the
mildly warm aud the nights cool and refresh*
VXROYNIA 1ICJT SPRINGS. tiRKKN HR1KR Will'
JNtJ Sl'RIMiH, ROt'K 1SR1Im;K ALl'M Sl'RlNt
sri:i\<;s. natural hkiih;k. rki? sum
*i Ii f*; AU.?;il\NY IIKALTH ANI) HE
MT. ELLIOTT Sl'IUNGS. 1 OLl> SI
MANY
Sr.?p..:To- pjivt-eges at White Sulphur Springs,
CUiff m V ^ -?r th<? Natural Rridge .
Low ihi** v.eek-end ticket?* to principal Moan
F-Xi-iir*h>!i tickets, pail.ir and sleeping car a
C. A* u i>'fl. r?s. r?13 lVnna. avc. and fi?M? 14th st
Tr.iIiM 1 a\e Washington 2 00 p.m. we?-k days
- .. _l?2* ?l,a?i4.7.11.14.18--I2
imimc city, im. j.
OSTEND.
Occupying Mtx>k of (H'oan frout- 'Capacity 5'W.
I- offering siM.-ial rat?> -$12.50 up weekly. Anierlean
plan New management. All batlis. private
i?r pul?li? . jum! trdoor swimming pool. have sea
water. Kiev i???r?. K\tensive |K>relie?. Kvt ry room
llHH < h *1' < 111 \il-W 111 IkIsdIIIm] V f IITIIIs il?M 1 Ofl )l t rtt .
}l?.okl?T Autos trains. Special September
i ?tM D. P. HAfITER. Mgr.
n n /\*"rr*ir?tt ir*n tn> rr?TTt?/Tv^.T
O^illCiU ICiUOlCK^i^
AXI) MAGNIFICENT FIUEl'KOOK ANNEX,
Tennessee ave. near Beach. opposite Protestant
and i'atholle rhurches.
A new. m?Mlt*rn. up-to-date hotel. Extra large
rooms. Private baths. Telephone*. Metal bed*.
Kxcellent tal-le. Filtered water. Poultry an 1 fresh
vegetables from our own farms. Finest of ni**at
f;uar?nieed l?y daily veterinary Insertion. Capsctjr,
45?). White service. Special rates, t<> $17.">0
weekly: $1.M? to $3 dally. Booklet.
Ml1-Sl.4t.31 K B LI I>Y.
THE LEXINGTON,
Pac.flc and Arkansas ares., 1 sq. from statton and
Young's Pier; premises extend to Beach. Bathing
from boose. Baths, 'phones, ail modern conveniences.
Ocean-view room*. up weekly. Superior
table. White service. Booklet.
JyU Su.St.X I'AI I, 0. ROSEI KANS.
THE ALBEMARLE, ~ "
Virginia ave. near Reach. M<*lern. bl^ti class family
house. new throughout Capacity. 400. Offers special
low ra!?*s of $m, $l(). $12.,"?0. $15 up weekly, $2
up daily. special Sept. rates, for lar^e. cool
fro at rooms, metal beds. Kxcellent table, abundantly
supplied with fresh milk, eggs. poultry and
vegetable* from own farm. Attentive white service.
Elevator to all floors. 4,0(10 ft. wide, cool porches.
Booklet. J. I\ COI'K. Propr. II. B. KIN(?, Mgr.
Jy l.'l-80t. 11 _
MilEer Cottage, Nort.,#J?ri? w.
Excellent table; electric lights; $1 23 dully. $7
sod $H weekly. J. * F. L. NIXON.
JyVdot.4 _
LA FONTAINE, ?r ? ?S2!
"?w^ri> Miuutiiitnii.nu MiiiM-rior table: SO ud weekly.
tl .KO t ip~ dally." It. B. PARK Kit.
jy9t?",4
VIRGINIA AVE. AND BEACH.
HOTlul. MAJESTIC. Close to Steel Pier. Ocean
?Iew. Capacity, ??00. Elevator, private baths,
etc. Suj>eri'?r table. $10 up weekly, $2 up daily.
Booklet S\MI KI. I?. KI.I.1S. JyIS-2St,5
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND,"
South Carolina ave. and the Beach; near piers and
attractions. Large. sunny hhhiis; private baths;
elevator: aim parlor. rapacity. 3fiO. Table and
service superior. Write f<>r l>?x>kl?*t ami terms.
aus 14t 7 UK VAN A WILLIAMS.
HOTELBROQUOflsT ~
Ocean end South Carolina ave.; center of attractions;
an ideal modern h?.t?-l. ranking with the l>est
houses; capacity. 400; r.mms ?inj;.e or en suite,
with private l?ath; elevator to street level; extensive
por* he*. orchestra, etc.; special terms,
$12.oO. $i">. $17 "?<>. ?-0 wkv Special Sept. >eriua.
Open all vear. Booklet mailed. \V. 1'. SHAW.
?< tOt, 10
HOTKL SHOKEHAM.
0<*ean end Virginia ave. Elevator. Private
baths. Open surroundings. $11! "?0 to $15? weekly.
Booklet upon application. Special Sept. rate*,
a ur? .101 8 VV. II. <'o i l'KN.
Grand At-iStmtic Hotel,
Virsrlnla are. and the Beach. Atlantic City. N. J.
I'mTer entire nnw management. 3G0 beautifully
fnrut.hrl n nit.eu aulte. with butb; hot and cold
? ater attached to all laths. Alao public hot
ea water bath*. Pbonei !ti rooma. Mu?lc and
o. lal dl*?r?i?ns. Term*: American plan. J2.00
Mr .lay up S1 J.tVO weekly up; European plan. fi.au
; t (]-. ttaia^e Special Sept em tier rates.
I'll \KI I > K i'i il'K Prop formerly of the K"?"tinjr.
1"*1 i.\*re Water t?ap. P*. jyll-IHI*
1 \ or F.I. ST IC K N EY
Superior location; spacious lawns; bathing privileges
from hotel. Capacity, .*'?00. Elevator, alteuslve
pon tics, etc. Special. $lo to #15 weekly;
12 to $3 dally. L. . STICKNEY.
a a .1-anr.r,
"Wot el monticello.
Ocean end of Kentucky avenue Near nil attractions
.NKW 1"liUOUCI IIOCT. ATLANTIC CITVS
LAIMKST. HNKST A NI> RKST APPOINTKD
HOTKL. AT MOPKKATK HA I KS Kh-gsnt ro >mn
with bath. Tabie and service of highest standard,
l ine orehestra. Liberal management. Can.. tiOO.
Special rates. 51" up weekly. up dally. Reduced
Sept rates Booklet. Ask Mr. Foster.
fc30 aot.10 A. COSRAD KKIIOLM.
The Frontenac, SSRJ'imS
N?*w. modern hotel. as ?oo<l as the best. Capacity
UT?*>. Central to all attractions. {Special tenna, $'
up weekly, $'? up daily. Including large. ocean view
rouaii?, metal beda, elevator, baths. Superior co>k
liiif. white service, etc. Wide, cool porch**#, over
looking iMean and Boardwalk. Booklet.
anl 14t/J W. V WATTS.
HOTEL SHOKKI1AM,
Ocean end Virginia h\?-. Klevator. private baths;
open urrounillnga; $li> to $18 weekly. Booklet
ui>on applb Mtlou.
jy8M2tJj W_R COTTON.
TAIR/Oil^ Connecticut avenue ant
L lioa. ij. Ideal l-nafloti.
Urfe. airy rooms; excellent table; huinellki-; $>> t
$12 wwklj; capacity, loO. A. M. DUNN.
ft23 S0t.4
"GALEN HALL, "
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
One of the DfWMt stone, brick and steel build
1 !?f?, with every comfort. Always open, alvray
rvady. always busy. For further information asl
Mr. Foster, 1333 1'eiuuyWaola ?*. jy22-30t
-----J tl
lotalni Resorts
LINE OF TUB
OfiifO RAUL WAY.
ho foremost sanitarians of the world, say*:
a natural >a?iftarliim, whore visitors fio*n
A-d?Ml ? t ;uay surely enjoy the benefit
res a rapid recuperation and the very best
ong sustained activity in the occupation of
renowned for their curative properties, where the
Summer Climate is unsurpassed, the days being
115, situated the
rn sri.riir-K springs, warm springs, iif.au
JS. SWEKT SPRINGS, SWKKX CHAIARKATK
PHUll SPRINGS. SAI.T SKU'III R SPRINGS,
ST RESORT. 15ath A I.I'M SPRINGS.
LtPIU'K SPRINGS, MII.LliURO AND
OTHERS.
at C'o?l?gton for Virginia Hot Springs and at
to in ice*orta.
ccomuiodatlons, pamphlets and full information at
reet.
and 4:10 p.m. ami 11:10 p.m. daily.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
II. )TKL rOKNELU K E NTCCKY AVE. N E A R
lieach. Capacity. 2(*?. Elevator to street level.
Convenient to attractions. Superior taMe. $1.50
day up. $s tvk. up. M. E. THROCKMORTON.
Jy2l run
Fireproof Rio Graircde,
N>xv York bv<?. and t'each. American and European
plans. Knr.n'n? water ami h-lephono in over 100
ocpan-view looms; elevator, rafe; surf hath houses
free; a nio>t elalxuate quinine; values considered,
rates are Mteiucly low. J. I'AUL KILIWTIMCK.
| Jyl.i riot.7
| HOTEL SOT11ERX?VA. AVE. AND BEACH;
o?>n?r;:li3* located; within 200 f<>et of famou*
Steel IMt-r; excellent tal.Io; llhcml management;
nil modern conveniences. GILBERT' L. CAKE,
j 3>'i9-r,t;t. 4
the carlton. r4x^.hotel
Special rat^a for Sept Manage-m* lit of
jy 17 .lot. 4 C. P. ZAZZALI.
hamilton 81 all.
Under new manage-lent. Elevator. Baths.
jy!3 .SL't II. M. ltEEVES.
ICD>AM(fnS Mlehlsan are. near Beach.
IP IfV/Tii Extensively improved.
*S UI> wily. Excel, sen. A. CUOliAN. l'rop.; M.
COOt;AN. Mgr. Jy4 60t
otel~ impe ri al7~
Maryland nvp . very near BEAC . STEEL TIER
ami FIN Err BATHING GKOliND.
Ercry convenience of a high-priced hotel: ever/
comfort a modern home, yet MODERATE HATES.
Ownership management. I. G. KENDKICK.
Jvin :?0t.7
SILVERS!BE, ca'?d"?
furnished: between plera; large. airy jooom; special
July rat**a. JS to $12 weekly. Booklet, a. H. 11LRFV.
J?22 75t
Roanoke Hotel, 1^*7l?^Zda
1 ions an?l cood table. $8 to SI4 weekly.
frlg-eot.4 N. A. DIEHLIXO.
THE CUFTON. COR. CONN. AND ATLANTIC
ret. Cap.. 20J. Superior accom. $7 to $12
*kly. Excellent boine cooking. Desirable for
famlliea. Trolleys direct to all R. B. stations
and t>eocb. pli?-6Qt.5> G. A. SHAW.
LA BELLE ANN, ^rc'?^!nb? ^
cl?M table: Jl-50 duy nv 18 np wwklf.
Jel8-00t MRS. J. YOI!NUBM>OD.
ASHlllV PARK, X. J.
T H ELSEAD LEY, N?.",r.n rlT
Fourth ave., one block from oc?-an; 27th season.
Now open. PKOBST & LEADLEY.
JeO-Su. t n. th.26t.fi
CAPE MAY. S. J.
HOTEL LAFAYETTE,
CAl'E MAY. N. J. Directly on the Beach.
Newly furnished.
Rooms en suite with private baths.
Je21-f.Su.m,w to aul9 JOHN TRACY.
The AUdiroe, Cape May, N, J.
First liouse from the Reach. Cuisine ?i?excelled.
1v!>7.::ot 4 TIIEO. MfTK I.LER.
CAPE MAY "POINT, N. J.
Tho ( * \ P r THV nearest to the sea of any
lilt l:\i\i.1W.n, house on the Atlantic
coast. Capacity, .'{."V). Terms moderate. Booklet.
M. II. K ROM Kit, Late of Cape House.
Jeiri-th.sa.Su.tu to aul!D,4
~ iWKAX"liltOVK, N. J.
" THE ALASKA, '
Ocean Grove. N. J.
High grade In every respect;-unobstructed ocean
lew; modern; sea water hatha In house: booklet.
GEO. P. 11 KALE A. N. U. KIL.11EH.
Je20-th.SH.tu. 2m.6
SEA GIRT,N. J. '
BEACH HOUSE, SEA GIRT, NEW JERSEY.
Grandly situated on bluff, directly on the beach,
amid pine groves, adjoining State Military Encamp
ment. Finest roads for driving in the state. No mot_
qui toes. 2 hours from Philadelphia. Capacity, 300.
Moderate ratea. Booklet. JOHN H. RISDON, Prop.
Jytf-GUt.6
TOE TREMONT,
Sea Girt, N. J. Directly on the beach.
Every room full ocenu view Special June rates.
a mvu'vjnv vi'itnnur i un
jflMo.lh.Sg.2gt.8
MAHVI.AND. ^
R1VEK SI'ItfNC.S. 80 MII.ES FROM WA8IMNOton.
on Potomac river; all amusements on water
ami ?hon\ "Phone Ohaptlc ? 6-li). Booklet. R.
I) BLACK I STONE. River Springs. Md jyl7 30t
HOTEL ST. GEORGE.
Op*M!s July 10. Boating, bathing and fishing;
iniisit* and dancing. Terms moderate. HOBBS dc
CHKSSKIt. Props., St. (ieorge Inland. Md.
au3-3<)t
Tome Institute Inn
AT TOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS. *
1 Open to Summer Guests until Sept. 15. Good
table, beautiful surroundings, all modern eonvenI
lences. tennis, t?oatlng. Ashing Access to
j Institute Library?ten thousand volumes. Kates
r ? ?i? J i ' uuiMirs. ;\uuu,vs
TOME LNbTlTL'Th INN, Port Deposit ild.
au4-15t
POTOMAC BE-.rn HOTEL, ONE OP THE PRETtiest
ami coolest resorts on the lower Potomac.
Is now open, with the usual attractions; accommodations
thoroughly modern; rates moderate;
take strs. of the MJ.. Del. and Va. Ry. Co. Address
Mrs. M. A. GRAVES, PIney Point. Md.
Jy6-7t,thentn.tb.Sul3t
llEER FARK IrflOTEL
AND COTTAGES,
DKKR PAHK. MABYI.AND.
I THE KAMOfS RESORT OK THE AIJ.RGH
EX 1 MOl'NTA INS.
[ SEASON 11)07 NOW orE.v
. ..
nuic lor ooogiet giving details as to botel j
and cottages, floor plans, etc. I
W. E. B IB WELL, Manager.
au2 f,Su,9t.21
StV ANN'S HOTEL. PINKY POINT. MD.?OPBN
t July 1 for the wmod; boating. fljblng, crabbing,
railing. mu*lc and dancing; largo dining room;
rates moderate. Take Md. and Va. r-.ud Del.
steamers, foot of 7tb at. Apply to
1 1MJ?' J- T. SffAXN. l'lney Point. Md.
Orfaa riljr, Md.
MX. PLEASANT HOTELT
OCEAN CITY, MD.
Under now management; ocean front; sun parlors;
airy rooms; excellent table. For particulars
aiMrosii \V: O. ABBOTT. 1'rop. J.t2q 30t,6
. THE RIDEAU. OCE^DCITI'
Post office Ho* 103. Plreotly on the beach. Table
i un>ur;>aaaed. Modern Improvement*. Mr*. PAUL.
jjii-aot**
i"- <
sit The Star Resort Bureau
Room IQI)
Booklets and full information
bout summer hotels, railroad time
ihl(><! ar\r\ rat^? etpamahin fnlHArs
:c., on file, copies of which may be j
ad for the asking.
The Star Resort Bureau is for
le convenience of the public and is :
pen from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No
harge whatever is made for serves
at the bureau.
%
VEXTNOR. N. J.
CARHSBROOKE INN, i
Directly on the beach at Vent nor, Atlantic City'#
fashionable suburb. i
Je2.Vtn.th.Sn.30t A. C. MeCLELLAN. Owner.
pkn iaayiat
Water Gap iioai?s,"a^TaeWNew
ownership management; finest equipped, most modern
ami best appointed mountain hotel; rapacity.
44X>; highest altitude, coolest location; situated oil
.summit of Sunset Mountain; beautiful lawns, flow- ?
er gsrdens^and noble shade; magnificent views for t
:?0 miles; no noise or dust of railroads or highways;
'-a mile from depot; hydraulic elevator; log fireplaces:
private tiled baths; modern sanitary plumb- i
ins; running water in ail rooms; Insurious furnish- t
ings; eleetrie lights and gas; steam heat; cuisine of j
highest standard; white service throughout; orchestra:
varied social features; private nine-hole golf
links on grounds; stud of high-elass saddle horses; (
garag*? and supplies; tennis, billiards, howling. l?oat- l
injj. nsnin?, oaniin?; feirpnoue ai'H triumph. ui?oklet
of views 21 ml automobile maps on application.
Special fall rates. JOHN PL'KDY COPE.
jy2G-,'*0t.20
^montaWesca. ~
Frorythlng new. neat anJ modern. Klevator,
Rteam heat, electric lights. private baths, orenea- ]
| ira. *.-oir. Aii.amuscmenTs. write ror nooiciei. j
mj -So.w-35t,7 I. D. IV1SON. ML rocono. Pa. ]
THE KlfTATINNYT " '
DELAWARE WATER OAT. PA. <
Npw management: largest, mojt modern, finest ]
| located hotel at Water Gap. Situated in own \
motility in park over 2o<l acres: diversions, orehes- <
tra. etc. TABLE SCPPLIED FltOM HOTEL'S
FARM. Bell 'phone !?2: telegraph office. Booklet
showing hotel, scenes Klttatlnny Park, auto map, '
on application. American plan, also a la carte. !
Livery, garage. SPECIAL A1 "Tl M.N RATES.
au7 tf G. FRANK COPE, Propr. j
DOUlt&iLilNU OAF, i
WHITK SULI'UUR SPRINGS HOTEL. I
VIA NKWVIJJ.K. CUMHERLAND CO.. PA.
20 sq. miles of mountain forest park and lake: \
refined environment ami amusompnts; medicinal
springs; resident pbyslclnn. Garage and liver/. J
Address GKORGK AI-liKRT I'KCYEU. Owner. 1
leHMf.S <
V IKCINIA.
VKRY ACCESSIBLE. 80 ML VROM WASH. VIA
Bluemont; vnlley, tnf. and wafer scenery; shaded
grounds and drives; antomobillng, llshlng, boating
and swimming: spring beds; chlldrea e?rlurtoH
rlwHv ntull M K* n <.!????,??? C
fare: fresh meats, niilk. fruits, fowis; $7 per \rk. (
ill Nov.; circular Star office, or M AURICE OAS- f
TLKMAN, Castleionb's Ferry, Clarke Co., V?. 1
Jeltt-Jtose.TO t
WEST VIllGlMA.
in E L^CKWOODo 1
nni service excellent. Address A. I'. DANTRL, t
Prop.. Harper* Ferry, TV. Va. roy22-tf,4 j
"HfllXlrOP HOUSE."
Try tlie/'Hill lop" this season. We know yon ^
will be pleased. Ail modern Improvements. T. S. i
LOVKTT, Prop.. Harpers Ferrj. W. Vo. jeI4-tf.S \
GREENBRIER ,
Wlhnte Sialiplhiar Springs, {
West Vnrginija.
(The "OI.D WHITE" Sulphur.) Famous for Its i
sul|*hur baths. Modern improvements, with private
bsths. Permanent orchestra. Trims. $15 to $23
week. $50 to $1)0 per uionth. Write for illustrated V
booklet. Address i
GEO. A. MILLS. Jr.. Manager.
Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs. W. Va. c
mv21-tu.th.Sit.rt9t j
MJRORA"HOUSE
In the Beautiful Alleghanies,
imvan ur.r.n i'aiuv a."\u uahi.ami.
Large airy rooms*, comfortable beds ami excellent
table. Fresh vegetables from our own gardens,
and our own cows supply milk and cream for the S
table. Unexcelled health ami family resort. Grand
scenery. No mosquitoes. For terms, booklet,- etc.,
address J. A. SHAFFER. AURORA. W. VA.
Jyi.N th.Su.tu.12t
SEASHORE REAL ESTATE, H/X f
YOI It ontlUTI MTY," WHICH VVK WILL
send you FltEK is a fine booklet, showing delightful
seashore views and telling all about
Soiners Point, N. J., the most beautiful resort (
on Atlantic coast, only seven miles from Atlantic
City, where millions have been wad?? iu I
real estate. History repeating itself here'. Penn- a
sylvania railroad's new high sjH'prt <?le<tric railroad,
Just bnllt at tost of over $<>,IMK),<)00, shows 3
what they think of Somers Point. Trains to aiul c
from Philadelphia hourly. AIfo trolley and steamboat
service. Another railroad building. High l
elevatlon. ocean, bay, rivers afford excellent HsuIns,
gunning. i?oaTlng, bathing. <*lty going ahead
rapidly. Capital f*>urlng In. Desirable location '
fur summer or winter home. Can build bungalow g
cheap. Our lots 1 minute from trains, trolleys,
city hall, $.">0 upward; JF5 down. $."> monthly.
Title Insured. S??ashore property best inrentment
known. Buy now for rapid Increase In values.
Writ.. TODAY. DANIEL B. FRAZIRK <*>.. 7H4
Bailey Building, Philadelphia. Pa. au4-Su4t
Poor American Women?
Henry Jame9. In Harper's Bazar.
Tlie man in America may correct his wife
when he can. just as a mother may correct
her daughter when she (lares, but no mere
man may correct a mere woman In any
contingency whatever, since this undermines
the whole theory of queenship. He
has abdicated his right to take his stand
on what pleases him. and can accordingly
Knt ulilft- it nil ruofiill\* in thn ann-(<m
his mate, to those perilous ledges which 1
represent all the admonitory margin now '
left him. In socletiea other than ours the
male privilege of correction springs, ami '
quite logically, from the social fact that the
niale is the member of society primarily ?
listened to?whereby his education, his t
speech, his ton?, his standards and connections,
his general "competence," as I have
called it. color the whole air, react upon 1
his companion and establish for her the
principal relation she recognizes. The question
of her speech?as the simplest Illustration?floods,
for instance, my whole contention
with light; just as the question of her
talk follows It very close. Supreme thus In
any atmosphere of the "liberal" education,
the law that the man claiming to be accepted
as civilized shall speak as a gentleman,
and vital therefore the testimony he
so renders.
It Is from his maintenance.of it that the
woman, as a social creature, gets her lead
and her cue and her best sanction for her ]
maintenance of hers; since she Is never at
all thoroughly a well-bred person unless he
has begun by having a sense for it and by i
showing her the way.
???????? (
Sheep Grazing In Independence Square ;
From tb?* Philadelphia llword. y
The historic ground of Independence
Square was for a short time yesterday
turned into a grazing: ground for sheep.
A herd of wool producers, which was shortly
to be slaughtered to jirovide the hungry
with roasts and chops, g.ijnboled gaily on
the greensward and enjoyed themselves
Immensely. Business men hurrying through
the square stopped to look at them, wondering
at the unusual spectacle.
The explanation was simple. The herd
was being driven from the abattoir at
Kith and Race streets to the ferry, *o be '
distributed to dealers In Camden. They
clattered down Chestnut street until spied 1
by a woman officer of the Society for the '
Prevention of Cruilty to Animals Touched
by the evidences of fatigue that the animals 1
plainly showed, she begged the drivers to !
allow her to tend to them for a time. Then !
On. annlied to Samuel S. Reeves, superinten- 1
dent of the square, for permission to allow
them to graze there for a while. He consented,
and for half an hour the sheep
thoroughly enjoyed themselves a.nd presented
a picture worthy to be made the
subject of an artist's masterpiece.
Dr. I. H. Gardner. 323 North Gllmor
street, Baltimore, Md., is held at the southwestern
police station on the charge of performing
an Illegal operation on Miss Julia
Smith, twenty-thme years old.
RESOBT INFORMATION
ATLANTIC CITY A POPULAR
'LACE WITH WASHINGTONIANS.
No resort in America, it is declared, has
luch a large number of hotels as Atlantic
~*lty, and they are liberally patronized by
SVashlngtonians. There are high-priced and
moderate-priced ones. There arc large ones
>nd small ones. No one need stay away for
'ear of not finding a stopping place to his
Iking. The boardwalk, the beach, the piers,
he amusements, the hotels, the vast throng
of people all go to make Atlantic City one
of the most unique resorts in the world.
The Albemarle Hotel is located on Vircfnia.
Av^nup npnr t hp honch It i<x u m.?d.
prn, high-class family house, new throughout.
having a capacity of -iou. It has cool
rooms and elevator service to all floors. Mr.
J. P. Cope is the proprietor.
The New Hotel Ostend, D. P. Rahter,
tnanaser. has a capacity of The hotel
Is fitted w.th elevator, extensive porches
and every room has ocean view.
Mr I.. V. Stickney is the proprietor of
the Stickney House. New York avenue and
tiie beaclf. It has a superior location, spacious
lawns, elevator service and large
porones. The hotel can accommodate o?H>
persons.
The Frontenac, on Kentucky avenue. I'M)
yards from the beach, is a new modern
hotel, central to all attractons. It has elevator.
baths, metal beds, and wide, cool
porches overlooking the boardwalk. Mr.
W. F. Watts is the proprietor.
Other Hostelries.
The Hotel Shoreham is managed by Mr.
VY. H. Cotton, and is at the ocean end of
Virginia avenue. It has elevator, private
>aths and open surroundings, and the rates
?i c uiuuri air.
The Hotel Iroquois, at the ocean end of
South Carolina avenue, is in the center of
ittractions, and is modern. It has a capacty
for 4(*>. has elevator, extensive iiorclies,
orchestra, ar.d makes si>ecial terms. It is
jpen all the year. Mr. \V. F. Shaw is the
nanager.
The Hotel Montieello. under the management
of A. Conrad Kkholm, is at the ocean
snd of Kentucky avenue, near all attractions.
It is well appointed, with elegant,
rooms and baths, and the table service is
5f a high standard.
The Hotel New Kngland is on South.Carolina
avenue. It has sunnt rooms, elevator,
i>rivate baths and sun p<u-lor. The capacty
of the hotel Is ,'t.V). Bryan & Williams
ire the proprietors.
Tabor Inn, A. M. Dunn, manager, is at
r'nnn^ctipiit avennw nnrl iho
iters and attractions. It has an ideal location
witlh large airy rooms and exce.lent
table.
Galen Hull is both a hotel anil s:iniarium.
It is one of the newest hotels, of
stone and brick, and is always open.
Hotel Cornell, Kentucky avenue, is maniged
by M. T. Throckmorton. The house
lias a capacity of '_!<*>, has elevator to the
street level, and is convenient to attrae;iors.
The Rio Grande, New York avenue and
lie beach. Is rtriproof, and run on l>oth*
^iiki i\ an ant* r.iuu^raM Jliaii. u liijrt I 1JIIliiiR
water and telephone in more than XtW
H-ean-view rooms. Its surf bath houses are
free. Mr. J. Paul Kilpatrick is the proprietor.
Booklets on File.
The Star resort bureau makes a feature
>f keeping booklets of Atlantic City hotels
>n llle. In any case where tliey are not on
lie The'Star bureau w.ll be glad to secure
hem.
Hound Hill, Va.. is a delightful country
>lace, situated on the Biuemont division of
he Southern railway. The Preston House,
tie Misses Preston, managers, lias large
ooms and porches, fine shade and water.
\\ ien:e, va., is another country place on
lie same division of the Southern. The
iViehle Hotel, at Wleliie, numbers among
ts attractions tennis, bowling, music, tish-?
ng aiul line spring water.
Gunston Cottage, Round Hill. Va? Mrs.
\Iein Wright, proprietor, situated only ten
nlnutes lrom the station, is a well-kepi
louse, and homelike. Hoard is reasonatfee.
A delightful place in which to spend the
iunimer is "Hideaway," Georgetown, Md.
t is beautiful y situated on the Sassafras
lver, has large lawns, cool rooms, and its
iwii garden. Mrs. Mary A. Culver of VVaslington
is the proprietor.
Further information concerning the fore:olng
may be had by applying^ to The S:ar
iesort Bureau, Room 1<H>, Star building.
VALE TO THE KNIGHTS
SUCCESSFUL SESSION OF THE
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wn vuuixun Ai JAOJSSTUWll.
ilKi'ial Correspondence of The Star.
KORFOl.K. Va.. August 10. 1907.
The twenty-fifth and must notable naional
convention In the history of the
{nights of Columbus came to an end in the
iss'-mbly room of the Pine Beach Hotel
-esterday, when the result of the election
if officers was formally announced. An unisual
amount of business was transacted
iji the delegates, and the convention came
o an end amid a fine disnlav of fraternal
nthusiasm.
The following roster of national officers :
or*lS(08 is given: Edward I.. I learn, suirenie
knight, New Haven, Conn.; James
V. Flaherty, deputy supreme knight, Fhilalelpnia.
Pa.; I>aniel Colwell, national secreary.
New Haven, Conn.; P. J. Brady, nalonal
treasurer, Cleveland. Ohio.
In spite of the fai t that a strong cam>aign
was waged in (lie Interest of J. E.
?wing, national director, of Chicago, III.,
or the supreme kniglitship, Edward 1..
iearn was the choice of the delegates on
he IIret ballot, when the election was made
inanimous. This result was not unex>ected.
I>urlng the eight years of Mr.
learn's tenure of office the Knights of Coumbus
have had an unprecedented developnent
in this country and its possessions,
""anada and Mexico, no small part of which j
s thought to be due to the personal activity
>f the order's supreme knight.
A well-known Knight or Columbus delated
that Supreme Knight Hearn submlted
to the convention a notable annual re>ort.
which is one of the most epoch-markng
documents in the archives of the order,
n fact; all the reports tended to happy
etrospectlon' on the part of the delegates.
Aside from the " attractions which the
[aniestown'exposition offers?and the deletat
es and visiting knights attended in large
lumbers, particularly on Knights of Ooumbus
day?the Virginia knights played
he role of hosts in capital style.
it Is expected that about 1.000 Knights of I
Columbus will leave Norfolk today for
iVushinRton, where on Sunday iliey will be
he guests of the knights of tlie capital
ity.
BEWARE OF BOOT DYES.
!few and Insidious Danger Discovered
in Paris.
Special Cablegram to Tbe Star.
PARIS. August 10.?It has just been dls ovfcred
in Paris that there is a new danger
to public health in boot dyes. A case
nas reported only a few days ago of a
leath having been caused by the poison
ontalned In a dye with which a pair of
olored boots had been blackened. The
lirector of the Paris municipal laboratory
interviewed on the subject declared that
;he danger was very real and very gen?ral
and added that it was one most to be
feared at tills particular time of the year.
It appears that for the sake of economy
many people on the approach of summer
Set last*year's boots, which may still be
lit for wear, dyed black or some dark color,
ind the substance used for the purpose
being a very poisonous aniline constitutes
i serious danger. Numerous persons, it
appears, are thereby partially poisoned.
The heat and perspiration in summer time
are liable <o cause the feet to absorb the
poison contained in the leather, and persons
so affected suddenly' show the tnost
alarming symptoms. They are seized with
dizziness, cerebral contagion insues. the
pupils of the eyes are dilated and the
members of the body contract spasmodically.
Their lips become affected with
yanose. the beatings of the heart axe irregular,
the respiration difficult and death
may be the result through a sudden
asphyxiation. It is ask?'d who would have
Imagined that all of these dangers could
lurk In a few drops of boot dye. In many
Instances It is said the doctor called to attend
the case has not even been able to
trace the cause of Um trouble.
ARTILLERY
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CTART was mode from the Gth street
passenger station of the l^ennsyl
vania ran roan, mis c-i?.
o'clock yesterday afternoon by the
brigade rifle team of the National
Guard of the District of Columbia for Camp
I'erry. Port Clinton, Ohio. The following
named officers and men constitute the team:
I>ieut. Col. J.uther H. RelchelUerfer, 1st
Reg ment.
Maj. Alfred P. Potbi'ns, inspector general.
District of Columbia ir.41itla.
(.'apt. Alex Summers. CoTnpany I, 2d
Regiment.
('apt. William W. Cookson, inspector of
ritle practice, 1st Regiment.
Citpt. Samuel VV. Forsythe. Company M,
1st Regiment.
First U^ut. T.hctmas F. Mc Anally, quartermaster,
1st Battalion, 2d Regiment.
First I-ieut. George G. Dennison, Inspector
of rifle practice, 2d Battalion. 2d Regiment,
First Lieut. Ralph Alderman, inspector of
rifle practice, 1st Battalion. 1st Regiment.
VHwat T Ji?nl FrDflorli-k H Hcirl^nipioh. In
spec-tor of rifle practice, :kl Battalion, 2d
Regiment.
First Lieut. Charles M. Putnam. Signal
Corps.
First Lieut. Harry C. Caldwe'l, ins>pector
of rifle practice. 2d Battalion. 1st Regiment.
Sergt. MaJ. Paul C. BIselioflf, 1st Battalion.
1st Regiment.
First Sergt. Charles E. "Groome. Company
I, -C Kegiment.
Sorgt. OUie M. Schriver, Company I, 1st
Regi ment.
Sergt. Thomas Brown. Company F, lBt
Regiment.
Maj. Glendie B. Young. 3d Battalion, 1st
Regiment. Is team captain.
Maj. James K. Bell, inspector general of
ritle practice. District of Columbia militia,
range offl'-er.
C'apt. George L. Talt, Company I, 1st
Regiment, team spotter and quartermaster.
T I/nil li'rank V\* Unit rninrfurmuc.
ter, ."til Battalion, 2d Regiment, team eoach.
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Ttie team is due at Camp Perry tomorrow.
It will participate in the national
matches and the matches of the National
Rifle Association of America. The team !s
authorized to remain until completion of
the matches, August 31.
Maj. George Henderson, surgeon general.
District of Columbia militia, accompanied
the team as surgeon and will remain on
duty with it until its return to this city.
Lieut: Col. Lloyd M. Brett, adjutant general.
District of Columbia militia (major,
1st United States Cavalry), has been as- j
signed to dutj by the War Department as
the assistant executive officer of the national
match.
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As announced in general orders, the Na
tional Guard of the District of Columbia
will be represented at Sea Girt, X. J., in
the matches to be held under the auspices
of the New Jersey State Kille Association,
September 2 to 7, inclusive, by the brigade
(Dryden) rifle team, two regimental teams
and two company teams.
Each regimental team, to consist of six
principals and one alternate, will be selected
from the members of the organization
? hMiri.irt fDrvifen) rifle team and
UU uts Ul Ifenuv from
the regiment at large. Distances, ten
sliots each at 2V-0, 600 anil 1.C00 vanls. Each
company team to consist of tlve men and
one alternate. Distances, seven shots at
200 and ~*NJ yards.
To select the two company teams a competition,
open to all organizations, was
held on the National Guard target range.
Distances, two sighting shots and seven
uh,,io :,t 'Nal arid .>?> vjiriis
The members of the brighde ami Dryden
teams were debarred from the competition.
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In the company contest Company M, 1st
Regiment and Companies C, E, G, I and K,
2d Regiment, and the lat Battery, Field
Artillery, were represented. The scores
follow: Company I, 2d Regiment, 2l?0; Company
K, 2d Regiment, 274; Company E, 2d
Regiment, 261; Company M, 2d Regiment,
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C. 2d Regiment, 2iS, and Company
G, 2d Regiment, U<JC5.
The names of the members of the teams
that will be sent to Sea Girt are:
Company I, 2d Regiment?Lieut. B. F.
Stewart and Privates K. MrGovern, J. M.
Stewart, U. U. Stewart and George A. Hill.
Company K. 2d Regiment--Sergts. Victor
jLftTin aim ri. n:niaruson, corporals n.
Stambaugh and C. Gardner and Private
v. -Ham Cash.
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Maj. Glen-die H. Young, team cap.ain. lias
recommended that the fidiowing named
members of the brigade represent it in the
Dryden trophy match at Sea Girt:
First Lieut. F. H. Heidenreich, inspector
of rifle practice, titii Battalion; First Lieut.
H. B. Hoiiitle'.d, furgeon, :!d Battalion;
First Lieut. F. I). Lackland. Company K.
2d Regiment: Second I ieut. M. K. Johns.
Company I, 1st Regiment: Second Lieut. L.
A. C'audt'l, Company K. I'd Regiment; Sergt.
Thomas Brown. Company F, 1st Regim*nt;
Sergt. Richard Powers. Company B. 1st
Regiment: Sergt. O. M Schriwr. Company |
I. 1st Regiment: Corp. E. I). Norris, Com- j
fjcmj i. m'siiriem, an>i frivate U. Lie
Carre. Company K. Jd Regiment.
Lieut. Heiflenreioh and Sergts. Brown and j
Sehriver. being membeers of the national
team, wiil be at Camp Perry, Ohio, and
will accompany Maj. Young, theflt-e to Sea ]
Girt, there to meet th<? other Dryden team
members of company and regimental teams.
The team captain has recomm ?nded that
First Lieut. William A. Duvall. quartermaster,
;{d Battalion, be detailed as team
quartermaster, to take charge of all arrangements
for transportation and (he like,
the detachment to depart from this city
Saturday, August 31.
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The plaji of work outlined for Sea Girt
provides for practice at 200. <H)0 and 1,000
yards, the Dryden and regimental team dis
tances, and 2'X) and r??M> yards for company
teams, Monday, September i!, and tlie same
the following day. Two teams will compete
in the company match, and two teams
in the tyro company team match Wednesday.
It is possible that two second teams
may enter the company match. The interstate
regimental team match is scheduled
for Thursday.
Members of the Prydon team who are not
members of company or regimental teams,
will practice Wednesday and Thursday. The
Dryden match will be shot Friday. The
members of the District detachment will
participate lfl the (Jould rapid-fire regimental
team match Saturday, September 7.
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I.ieut. Col. Reiehelderfer, Capt. f'ookson,
IJeut. Holt and IJeut. Heidenreich are the
representatives of the District National
Guard, who will compete for places on the
American team that is to strive to win the
I'alma trophy.
The National Ritle Association of America,
on behalf of the riflemen of the I'nited
States, accepted an invitation to compete
with teams from Great Britain and Canada
for the I'alma trophy and the world's military
shooting championship, at Roekcliffe
Range. Ottawa, Canada. September 7.
The test is divided into two stages, as follows:
First? A preliminary two days' contest
at MX>, !*H> and 1,000 yards, on the
range at Camp Perry. Ohio. August Hi and I
17. To the scores made in that campetition j
will be added those of the second stage, as [
Second?The 800 and 1,0(10 yard scores in I
the President's match, the total scores '
in the Wimbledon cup match and Leech cup i
match, all being matches of the National
Kitle Association, which will be shot during
the week of August 1!) to 24. at the
Camp Perry range.
The highest total aggregates of l>oth
stages will be considered as a basis of
selecting nine members of the team. The
o her>three members will be selected by the
executive committee. The selections for the
team will be mad? the evening of August
24. and the team so selected will !? kept together
at C'jmp Perry as a team during all
of the following we*k. as far as practicable^
A man to be eligible to tonip te for a
placs on the team must present from his !
adjutant general, or competent authority, ;i I
statement that he has. during the pr'-scnt
year, attained a record in practice or competition,
of 05 per cert at sort yards. !ti per
cent at 900 yards, and S."i per cent at l.ouO
yards, in a string of ten consecutive snoi
The purpose of this is to prevent men, who
liave little or no chance of making the
team, from taking part in the try-out.
The captain of the team to represent the
United States will be Lieut. Col. X. B.
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captain of the New York team. The eight
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Canadian range.
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VAGARIES OF NASI
KALEIDOSCOPIC CAREER OF AN
ITALIAN POLITICIAN.
j S|MM*lal Cablegram t<> The Star.
ROME, August 10.?\^ith the passing
of Count Nigra Europe Imt lost
one of Its . greatest diplomatists of
the old school. In unite of Ills nol>l?
birth the first years of the career
of fount Nigra were hampered by the
want of resources of his family. It was
In such reduced circumstances that at one
moment It looked as If It could not complete
the education of Count Nigra. Fortunately
for him, he gained a bursary at
the school at Ivres which allowed him to
attend the university nt Turin. It was
the stirring events of 1848 which first
brought him to the front. He left hi*
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i juui me i cv *-?? unwuai y liiuvciurui,
Hf enrolled himself in a battalion of students.
It w:i3 here that he llrst revealed
himself as a poet. He wrote in the
bivouacs his first war songs and patriotic
pieces. At Hlvoli lie was shot through
the arm and was laid up till the end of
the war.
If Count Nigra represented one of the
most respected and venerable of Italian
Kt&tottiiwn, what can be said of that more
modern development, Slgnor Nasi. That
personage's tragicrcomedy Is calculated to
much harm the public estimate of Italy's
public life. Signer Nunzlo Nasi was minister
of public education. When in office
with the complicity of Slgnor I-ombardo.
his chef de caibinet, he is alleged to have
proceeded to plunder the budget Of his
department.
In the second act tragic-comedy we find
Signor Nasi, who had carefully placed the
frontier between himself and the Italian
police, from a s.if>* refuge In a foreign
country -loudly protesting his innocence.
while hi* counsel in Rome betook themselves
to the jungle of Italian legal procedure.
They demanded for the ex-minister
that the senate be constituted as a
high court of Justice to try him. This
the chamber refused and ordered the minister
of justice to prosecute him before
the ordinary courts.
The third act Is the judiciary struggle.
The counsel of Slgnor Nasi lay two long
memoranda before the indictment court,
declaring: -the assize courts incompetent.
These are rejected. Then appeal Is made
to the court of cassation^ Then coup de
theater. Slgnor Quarta, the procurator
general, adopts the view of the defense
and declares in favor of calling together
the senate as high court. But as the accused
Is in contumaclum the court cannot
deliver judgment. The affair comes back
to the assize courts. Here Slgnor Lanca,
the advocate general, also declares the
assize court incompetent. The court, how ever.
rejects his argument and declares
Itself competent. The advocate general
appeals to the court of cassation. This
time, as It is an appeal from a public of
ficial. the appeal is heard. Tims the advocates
of Signor Nasi triumph all along
the line.
The fourth art is the return of the prodiJial
Signor Nasi re-enters Italy hihI is
received with frenzied enthusiasm hy all
Sicily. His constituents have, since his
flight, returned liiin four times to the
.chamber at the head of -the poll. Crowds
of thousands of people surround his houso
and sing Uit' "Hymn to Nasi." Streets
and squares are named after him, and the
name of Sigjiur Quail a. t h .* procurator
general, who caused the triumph of the
judicial argument of the ex-minister, is
given to a street in Trepani. It remains
. ? -1- .. .1, r ..# t liia t I'd irl. .
TO OC SWII wimi LUC laftL ati ??i mmo
i rtnit'Jy will be. But in :iny esse rospK't
for putilic 1 i f*' is Fiiff'-rinyr. ;i n<! It has
fve;i been suggested th.it the triumphal
return of Signor Nasi may be taken ns a
*ort nt protest on the part of the multitudes
apainst" th?- law's devious delays.
Deduction.
To Frederick Holder, Cleveland's chief
of police, a reporter submitted tlie other
day *n idea for use in the war against
?>; ?? tTmt \Tr Kohler ia wairlncr.
inaic ?? ?? ?
"Your idea is novel," said the chief,
laughl'tig. "hilt. from t!:f practical point of
view, 1 am afraid that then- in not much
in it.
"In fact- if you'll excuse me?your idea
reminds UV' ut a remark that is Imputed to
one of my <'l<n'' land sleuths.
"They s;iy.. Utat this man. examining a
jeweler's window that had been smashed
in. mutUivd to himself sagely:
" 'Uy nosh, this is more serious than I
thought, li'a broke on both side*,' "
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