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ATI.AMK V lTl, .V J. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia n?*r beach tind steel pier Open - 1 roundinsr* Capacity .Vm Hot and cold sea "(if'-r b.itbs; large rooms. southern e*pointrr: * ' at 'r t.> street level; flne porch?s. etc ? $2 5c l> .lally: special weekly rate? B-iokl-t. irioa<-h<-s '"??"f train*. <>X?PER A LEEDS. Q _ U?| ???Qui . & 88 880 0BBB8880B a aniM'i HOTEL ABSECON, Virginia nf nfsr Imirb. FIREPROOF Bi n.T OK PRICK AND STONE Everything 'hat constitutes a first-class hotel, dn zt '?>>?? *"?!? ai*A|jd ,j?n?A^;a wwkl_v rmtr^; booklet. O. D. PAINTER. Michigan ave. near beach. ii fiT'im 'i? >- - iLLX tlrii;Mo r,,PR',!tT -'?? Kveij mod ^ ~ ?'rn convenient and com fort. Private hath*. rnoms with running water; elevator $2.50 up daily. Special weekly rate*. R. J. OSi.ORNK A SON. To S<VVirginia are.. 4th house from W U-Jl i >>,<& I 5 Boardwalk and Steel Pier; rupr lnr table; $1 fo $10 toUuly: $10 up to Sept. Mrs. M. P REN NEMAN. Moot mod-m and learilnc m.iderate rate hotel. Ar!TWrtwn<Tin'fin Virginia are. near Reach. ii u5S J i. - 31 _ -6^ Extensively Improved. Here ifrro*tt? have the nam-' comfort, convenience and appointments to be f?und In the most luxurious hot?l? without extravagant c<*t. Exceptionally f.v>l table, white service; orchestra. Special early sea v?n rat-* $8. $10. $12.50 up weekly; 92 up dailv. American plan. Capacity, 350 Bo. V let tdrilled -T. P COPE ip n* yr son ?n M,rh|*,,D a?e lLiJU'U4_> '? Ocean view; capacity. 250. Elevator. ann parlor, unobstructed view, excel lent table, moderate rates; booklet. KPW. MT'RTHA. TS*q Fll'-vSo Tenn. ave. n<*ar Beach: form. 11 CiC fi>'ll/ili^9 Va. a v**. All on'side nns. ?'omf. and homelike. Real southern i*o?>k!ng $2 tip dlv; $^ up wkly I.IPPM VN A- WA NK<>?'P. FIREPROOF. HOTEL MERV3NE, New York ave., 1st house from Beach. Private hatha, running water In rooms. Bathing Allowed From Hotel. Rates, $2 Up Daily; $10 Up Weekly. Kentucky ave. near Beach. Asm tUCllCy, Elevator: private baths; white service; $2 up dally. $10 op weekly. Book let. ARTHPH O. FRANTKLE. "CHESTER INN New York ave. near Beach. Elevator. Sun par lor. Moderate rates. Mrs. D. KNAUER Motel Majestic, *JZT throughout: center of attractions; ocean view; rapacity, .100; elevator; private baths; white *?-rvl_t?, etc ; superior table; SDeclal $10 up weekly. $2 up dally: booklet. M. A. SMITH. " HOTEL MORTON, Virginia ave., near the Beach; open all yeat Capacity, 250. Improved and refurnished. Rooma single or en suite, with private baths. (>erfect sanitary arrangementa; elevator to all floors; sun parlor; table a special feature. Special early season rate*. Mr?. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor. Hotel Kendertoim, SSSTSiieSSi beach and pier: family hotel; private baths; ocean view; elevator; tine porches: home cooking; June rates. Sat to Man.. $3. J.*G MITCHELL Hotel Clhannell!, p?ineAr.kTen*"V.!? front view, facin? Million Dollar Pier. Elevator. Opacity. SOO. Booklet. A. 0. CHANNELL. $9 AT ATLANTIC CITY'S BEST Posucss PRICED Horn. $9.00 PCS WEEK Incluo-no ALL MEALS St? ?o* Iuustsati: Booxlit ?itm Floor P?f?s HOTEL WELLSBCR0 SO. KENTUCKY AVE. HOTEL FRANCIS, Michigan ave. and Beach. All modem Im provements. Booklets. J. F. Sc M. 0. DONOVAN. Hotel Lamnilborn, MMd'b2.AT" Capacity. 260. Suites with bath. Moderate terms. Booklet K. SCHI'MAN A SON. PHI LIU PS HOUSE, Massachusetts ave. and Be?cb. Elevator to | street level. Book'et. F. P. PHIIXIPS. aTlenhi rst, >. J. " THE CURLEW, c^. ALI.ENHI RST, N. J. Opens June 20. l'n<ler the personal managerrent of AKTHl'R H. HAMMOND, Who formerly conducted the hotel. Rates, room platu and booklet upon appll ? ?stlon. ASB1 RY PARK. X. J. ?"Social Center of the Jersey Coast." COLEMAN HOUSE, Whole square on the ocean. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN. ' >p?*n alt >ear. Capacity, 360. Also THE MARLBOROUGH, Leading all-year hotel. ?'ap?clty, 160. Elevator. Booklets. A. M. SEXTON. Prop. The Bnsto!=BeSv5dere, Asbuiy Park, N. J.; direct ocean front, 4th and ?Vean aves., spacious verandas; private baths; evening dinners; white a-'rvtce; elevator to street, capacity, ?*<">: orchestra. For booklet addresa BANTA A- HILYARD. WEST END HOTEL, ASBl'RY PARK. X. J. Overlooking ocean and esplanade. Rebuilt Redecorated. Thoroughly mod ernized. Beautiful suites with bath. ? 'iipacitv. 3O0 1. TKN HHOKCK DUANE. Prop. Franklin, SXTJH o? Mock from ocean. Renovated and Improved. WAITKR HAMPSQN. Hotel Hd^emere One door from f>-ean. New open Elevator to suwt surface. Telephone in rooms. J_ F RAINK A SON. HOTEL ALBION A HOTEL <?1. ocej.n fr?'nt. Telephone In room*. Elevator. Or<Ac*?ra. E. D. TOWNSEND, Owner. THE SURF HOUSE, Vsb'.-y lark. First ave., overlooking o?-?an. t .parity, 1 .*>??: t'?>?li>t. E. A. MARTIN. E MADISON. A high grade family hotel; block from ocean and Server Lake. Fa< ln< a park Capa.-lty, 150. Writ- frr t??kler J K lx?nMAN. f?7 (ttji * ?r North Asb irv P.irk. LlivJU.'V- vi<a 11J, facing ocean an?l Deal lak-. Fiuest residential aeation Osuer ? hip n-anagement. Fourth Ave. from Co pac ?>c?an; refined famllv hotel; weekly hopa. ity. 150 Mrs P. J. WII^ON. HOTEL THEBFORO, 6th ave. and Beach. Thoroughly mo.1ern. Capacity. 2f?o Booklet H OFFFIKLD. THE LAFAYETTE. Exclusive patronage. I^irge number of prlvat# Laths, public shower and needle baths Bachelor apartments. 'VN'hlt'- servW. Fireproof ro>^f. Pi azzas and culinary departments. Booklet M. H FROST SELBOT FAMILY HOTKI. ON THE BEVOH. The Wellington, ASbury fArk. H??ornn with bath. Phon* ^ B B SMITH. THE FENIMORE, Asbory Park. N. J. Open May to October. THOMAS NOBLE THE BERWYN, Absolutely first cls??; elevator t<> street level. Rooms en sulto, with bath. S BAKER BROOKS. BEACH HAVES, N. J. The ENGLES10E Now open. Every modern convenience, private baths, with sea and freah water. Booklet. Ad drene R F. KNOLE. Manager. BELMAR, N. J. HOTEL COLUMBIA, BELMAR, If. J. Almost entire block on ocean front. Leased hy prr?perty owners of Helmsr. Every refined am sement. Modern lmprove aents. Send for l*?>klet. GEO. W. LEONARD, M|r. SUMMER RESORTS. POINT PLEASANT, I*. J. s lli'.l.'IM 1 RESORTS. POINT PLEASANT, N. J. I I 1 1 II PICTURESQUE POINT PLEASANT tt Surrounded by Water" COOLEST RESORT ON THE ATLANTIC COAST Situated at the confluence of the Manasquan River and Atlantic Ocean, at the head of Barnegat Bay, and in New Jersey's famous pine belt. The odor of pine, which is ever present, combined with the salt breezes, insures comfort and health. This is an ideal place to bring up your chil dren. All modern city improvements, including a perfect sewerage system. Every kind of refined amusement. Surf and still water bathing, canoeing, fishing and crabbing. Beautiful drives and two well kept golf courses. The railroad facilities are excellent, there are ninety two trains daily from New York and twenty from Phila delphia. Before purchasing or renting a cottage come to picturesque POINT PLEASANT or send for illustrated booklet. Secretary of Board of Trade, POINT PLEASANT, N. J. POINT PI.KASAXT, N. J. THE LEIGHTON, IWrectlv on the beach, Point Pleasant. X. J. Op?n* June 24. E. II. CARLISLE. Winter season*. Hotel Belmont. Bermuda. Clarence H. Murphy. SEASHORE FFRXISHED OOTTAjGBS FOR RFNT. POINT PI.Kj.KS A NT. X. J. CAPE MAY, N. J. THE CHALFONTK. CAPE MAT, N. J. Open June 15 to October L Reasonable rates. IT* Mrs. CALVIN SATTERFIELD. SEA CREST INN. DIRECTLY ON BEACH; farm connections. Special June and Jnly rates. E. J. RUTHERFORD. THE WINDSOR?Every room has ocean view. Suites with private baths. Electric elevators. Write for literature. Mlas HALPIN. Hotel Royal, OCEAN VIEW ROOMS. J. C. SPRINC.ER. LOXGPORT, N. J. The Devonshire. SJl'UA'Um every room; every appointment and convenience. Moderate rates. Booklet. L. BOICE. OCKAX CITY, IV. J. Dee&afTfy NEW JERSEY THE MOST DELIOHTFTL SEA SHORE RESORT ON THE SOCTH JERSEY COAST. YaCbtlnr, ocean bathing, fishing, crab bing, golfing, riding, motoring, roller skating, the beach, enlarged board walk, piers, free music and other amusements. Hotels and boarding houses offering every comfort that can be desired. Yacht Club and Motor Boat Club. One hour and a half from Philadelphia and only a few miles from Atlantic City. Cottages and bungalows for rent. Ocean City is being successfully admin istered under the Com mission form of govern ment. For further In- , formation write City Clerk, Ocean City, N.J. In this healthiest, most Ideal coast resort. % hour by trolley to Atlantic Cltv. Large, modern hotel. Opens Jnne 22. Low July rates. Booklet. R. R. SOOY, Prop. OCEAN GROVE, M. J. C"Tke Gem ot the Jersey Coast." ^ NORTH END HOTEL A thoroughly modern hotel, directly on boardwalk. Elevators U> street level. Suites with private bath, fresh and sea water; run ning water In all rooms. Free use of ooean pavilion. Capacity. 400. Booklet. ? Mirgfrum A Grsvstt, Props. ? STRATFORD, Main ave.. first house ocean; surf 60 ft. Rebuilt. New mgmt.; accommo. 100. HAY.NES&LAYMAN. J?7* Albatross Ocean Pathway. Booklet. L. C. BROWX. THE ARLINGTON, ?~aen Now open. Capacity, 300. Special Jnne rates. Phones In rooms. M. A. MILLAR. THE WAVERLY, 0<-esn Grove, near beach and auditorium* table unsurpassed; electric light*. H. H. ALCOCK. Utarlbsroogli, r.? Special rates June-Sept. S. B. IJPPIXCOTT. The Spray View, ocean view from all roomi. Send for Illus trate booklet. I. J. WHITE, Prop. New Philadelphia, on beach, Unobstructed view of ocean and Audito rium. Verandas overlooking sea. Mrs. C. A. COX. SEASIDE HOTEL, Ocean (irove, N. J. Dlrectlv on the ocean front: all guestroom* overlooking the sea. f>peiis June :.y CHA8. C. STOCKTON. SEAGIRT, !V. J. The Tremont, Dlrectlv on the beach. Everv room foil ocean v|.-w Faniilv rates. S. HINKSON WOODWARD. Sea Olrt, N. J. PARKER HOUSE, %'T On ocean front. Now open. S3d season. Modern. 8?-nd for booklet. Mr* THOS. DEVLIN. SEA ISLE CITY, N. J. CeaIsleCiT? NEW JERSEY A Lively and Popular Seashore Resort Where health and Pleasure Abound Sea Isle Ottv La ideally situated n the Sonth New Jersey Toast, midway be tween Atlantic City a ad the Five-lflle Heach resorts and only one hoar and a half a rfcle from Philadelphia. Excellent train service Is furnished by both the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia & Reading Railroads. The opportunities for pleasure and recreation are unlimited. MOTOR BOATING SAILING PISHING OCEAN RATHING CRABBING Excellent hotels and boarding bousss offer all the comforts that can be de sired- and lota of good things to eat. Cottages sad bungalows for rent for the season, furnished, and at reasonable prices. Desirable building lots for sals. For farther Information write. GTTY CLSBK, Sea Isle City. K. J. SPRING LAKE, N. J. XjBtf, The AMaire, TT Directly on ^^nlCHARDSON. WEST E1VD, K. J. / HOLLYWOOD HOTEL, West End, Long Branch, N. J. Under the Supervising Management of % for 40 years with DELMONICO"fl. Comfort, luxury. excellent cnlsine, com bined with the most moderate rates. EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ORCHESTRA. Rooms, single, double and en suite, with board, from up. Booklets. Booking manager, William H. Evans, formerly with Gotham Hotel, K. Y. Address HOLLYWOOD HOTEL. WILD WOOD, N. J. WILDWDODjSSv (WILDWOOD?HOLLY BEACH) Arrange for your Summer outing now, at tills charming seashore resort, where are all amusements and the best BATHING, BOATING. PISHING. Cottars and Bungalows com pletely furnished and with all conveniences, at reasonable rentals. Good hotel accommo dations at moderate rates. For Illustrated booklet write to LBV ANUS MYERS, Secy., Board of Trade, Wlldwood, N. J. "Hotel "Portland S!T?r S house, beautifully furnished; large colonial rooms; orchestra; pool and card room. Bathing from house. Booklet. Special weekly rates. Mrs. N. E. HENRIOK. formerly of Washington. CANADA. Ricbelien k Ontario Navigation Co.'s Hotels Season June 10th to Sept. 17th. mills SMIUEU, MUM EOT, IF. ?. P. B. HALL, Manager. Tadousac Hotel, Tadousac, P.O. (Mouth Saquenay river), F. B. BOWEN, ifjjr. Orchestra, Dancing, Golf. Tennis, Riding and Driving. Bowling. Billiards. Fishing Gamp, Guides and Canoes at rpa Salt Water Swimming Pool at Murray Bay. Until June 5, care R. & O. Nar. Co., Montreal. Immunity from Hay Fever and Malaria. I) II MAINE. We Can Where to Qo IN MAINE To have a vacation In accordance with your requirements. The Islands of Casco Bay, the beautiful Cape Shore and Foresides, offer no end of diversion, whether you stay a week or the entire season. Write us at once for ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET, FREE ON REQUEST, and for Information about hotels, boarding houses, cottages and routes. Address Tourist Committee, BOARD Or TRADE, M EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND, MAINE. MAINf tump PEAKS - - ISLAND HOUSE KF.AKS lSl.AMr> MAINE^ : 15MFNUTE5 FROM PORTLAND BOO^ l_ ET Rt. f?OW t - MANAGE R PINS CREST (FORMERLY WELLS HOUSE). Haven Brooklin. Maine. Ideal place for fain Dior on the coast. Pine and sea air. South'-rn chef. Open June 16. F. E. TOWLES. 17* OTTAWA HOUSE CUSHINGS ISLAND, PORTLAND HARBOR, ME. OPEN Jl'NK 22. Always cool. Pure spring water. Seashore and country combined. G?!f and all amusements. COTTAGES TO RENT. For booklet, rates, etc.. Address E. W. BOYCE CO. - PROSPECT HOUSE, Cape Porpoise, Me. Good location. Fishing, sailing, swimming, pool woods, airy rooms, good table, best of water; reasonable rates; tooklet. W. A HUTCHINS. Prop. SUMMER RESORTS. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD. SUMMER RESORTS. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. (4 Mr. D. C., When You Think of 11 VAC ATI ON Think of Beautiful Braddock Heights Ii the "Heart of Maryland The Logical Playground of Washington. Bring Your Family To This Wholesome Health-building Paradise In the Mountains 99 VJ r? v k Splendid hotel and cottage accommodations. Prettiest mountain scenery in the world. Band concerts, dancing, casino, bowling alleys, carrou sel, skating rink, tennis, golf, fish ing, boating. Delightful side trips all through the Heart of Maryland via the Frederick Railroad TO PEN MAR, Hagerstown, Etc., Etc. Tickets at B. & O. Ticket Office, Union StaUon Off to Braddock HriehU for the Summer Vacatloa. ?V /<\ > : - 'ii The Hotel Braddock Braddock Heights, Md., in the Heart of Maryland, Near Historic Town of Frederick Prettiest Mountain Scenery in the World. No expense spared for entertainment of guests. Spe cial orchestra concerts every Sunday. Dancing twice a wee'< ?card parties. Something on the program every day. Un excelled cuisine. Every room an outside one. Splendid roads for motoring?exceptional garage facilities. Special ac commodations for transient or permanent boarders?ideal family resort. Reasonable rates. For full information write, phone, or telegraph. Fred Clayton, Manager Hotel Braddock, Braddock Heights, Md. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. For Rent? Cottage at Braddock . Heights. An elegant R-room bouse, situated at Braddock Heights. Md.. containing: all modern improvements, and completely furnished throughout. Also electric lights. heating plant and telephone con nections. Nice large porch on all sides of bouse; also large lawns. For terms address Young & Staley, Frederick, Md. MARYLAND. ITS NEVER TOO HOT AT MOUNTAIN LAKE Park. On the crest of the Alleghanles, In a i white oak forest. Boating and bathing In the lake. Coaching, motoring, bowling. tennis, golf. Cainpmeetlng July 4 to 14. Chautauqua July 18 to August 20. Summer school July 18 to August 2!t. Missionary InsMtute July 18 to 2!t. Bible inference July .'10 to August 8. Good hotels, homelike boarding house*, with every modern convenience. Summer homes on reasonable t?-rms. Electric light, natural gas, mountain spring water, sewers. Address the SUPERIXTENDENT, Mountain l.ake Park. Md. HOTEL BRADDOCK BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD., Under New Management. OPENS SEASON JUNE 15. 1,000 feet above sea level. Up-to-date In every respect. Auto garage. All amusements. For terms write FRED CLAYTON, Manager. COLToVSHOTEL, OX l/HVICR POTOMAC. " Fishing, bathing, crabbing, dancing. Excellent table. For terms and booklet address II. W. IiOVH, Prop.. Palmer, Md. Jy 14* LAKE VIEW HOTEL, LEWI STOW N, MD. i In the heart of the-Blue Ridge mountains, 60 j miles from Washington. Bathing, Rowing. Tennis. ! Saddle and Driving Horses. Own farm and dairy. Rooms en suite, with private bath. Rat?-s, $7.00 per week up. Booklet of views on application. | Mountain lake Hotel, MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK. MD.. Will open June 15, 1911!. Thoroughly renovated aud improved. With natural gas. Kates rea sonably W C. DI XXiXOTON. Prop. LOCH LYNN HOTEL, Mountain Lake Park. Md. NOW OPEX. Modern conveniences. <'A*ino. with swimming pool, bowling al'eys and pool rooms. Golf, tennis, beating. Excellent music, j Sumiav tralus. IE?'Special rates for th? season. Booklet. L. R. C. LIST, Proprietor. THE RALEIGH. ON POTOMAC NEAR Smiths creek; excellent table; Iwating, bath ing. fishlnc. crabbing. Address Mrs. MABEL It. TURLEY, Ridge, .Vd. NIBRAH COTTAGE, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. Wide porches; all conveniences; electric light ed throughout; excellent table. Write Mrs. J. A. HARBIN. DEER PARK HOTEL, ! _ MARYLAND. ! Crest of the Alleghenles; eler.. 3,000 ft. 600 "?* P*rk, celebrated springs, golf, tennis, swim ming pool*, riding, orchestra. Capacity, 000. rvralsh?4 cottages in connection. Booklet. A. STANLEY STANFORD. I MARYLAND. THE SYLVIA, Braddock Hgts., Md.; one of the bent located cottages for breeze & view; excellent water: wide porches: mod. conveniences; table a specially; rates reasonable. MIm LA MAS. "THE AVALON." ' On Catoctln mountain; altitude 1,200 ft.; pore air; good water and no mosquitoes; all mod ern conveniences; garage. For terms, etc., address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS, Braddock Heights. Frederick co., Md. The FairmonCX.U&.'ES.iSS at Braddock: grand views; delightful air; excel lent table; moderate prices. Miss A. Kefauver. HOTEL CHESAPEAKE, BETTERTON, MD. No malaria; no mosquitoes; bathing, fishing and plenty amusements; pure drinking water. Booklet. J. 8. OWENS. Prop. DOLL'S COTTAGE, On the crest of Beautiful Braddock, ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR COTTAGES. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Braddock Heights. MARYLAND'S FAMOUS MOUNTAIN RESORT. 1,200 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. 80 MILES FROM WASHINGTON ON FREDERICK RAILROAD. TICKETS AT B. & O. OFFICES. Summering on the & Western Md. Rwy. of Beautiful Blue B 1 d g e Region. Complete list hotels, cottages, etc. Free copy of any ticket agent, or address F. M. HOWELL. Gen'l Passenger Agt., Western Maryland Rwy.. 81 E. Baltimore St.. Baltimore. Md. BETTERTON, MD. HOTEL RIGBUE On Chesapeake bay; high elevation; fine water view; all resort amusements; three-hour water trip from Baltimore: orchestra: booklet HOWARD TURNER. Prop. OCEAN CITY. MD. ATLANTIC HOTEL. Capacity 600. Opens June "9th, under the general management of J. Stanley Stanford of Devon Inn. Devon, Pa., and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent service and reasonable rates. WETIPQUIN HALL. Ocean front. Mrs. S. H. DASHIELL. jyio* The Breakers, Directly on beach. M. E. NEWTON. Jyi* Owner ?n<l Manager. . MASSACHUSETTS. .HE HAMMOND HOTELS. Hotel Boston, Mass. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. New annex now open?100 quiet rooms, each with bath. Completely furnished with beauti ful new steel fireproof furniture with Circassian walnut finish If you come from New York, the South or West, you will And the Hotel Essex Just opposite the great South Station. Convenient to theaters, shopping district, harbor and all steamers. Famous for Its table?good things grown especially for this hotel are brought fresh from the country each morning. Be sure to stop at the Essex when In Boston. ROOMS WITH BATH, $2.50 AND UP. ROOMS WITHOUT BATH, $1.80 AND UP. ?? ?? SUMMER RESORTS. MAS$ACHI SETTS. SUMMER RESORTS. MASSACHISFTTS. Cool Cape Cod Would you enjoy a vacation of cooling. salt-air breeds and nerve healing peace? Go down on Cape Cod. There you will And Th?* best Fishing that is to be had: Sailing: that will thrill your heart. Bathing be yond compare; the best automobile roads any state can bu Id: Go-f Links continually cooled hv ocean breeze*; Hotels with good beds and good food, and Association with outdoor people whose qualutness and whole someness of nature cannot be adequately described. LEADING CAPE COD HOTELS Apply for Rooms to any ? .................. PLYMOUTH. MASS.?Hotel Pilgrim SAO A MORE BKACH. MASS.-Bradford Arms SAGAMORE BEACH. MASS. Sagamore Lodge FALMOtTH. MASS.?The Sippewli?ett FALMOl'TH HEIGHTS, MASS.-Terrace Gah'ee NORTH FAUMOtTH. MASS.?Silver Beach Hotel MONUMENT BEACH. MASS.?N'oreroai House COT! IT, MASS.?Hantul t Honsp....?....... ........... OSTERVIU.E. MASS.?East Bar Lodge HY ANNIS. MASS. ? Iranoueh House WEST YARMOUTH. M ASS. - Englewood Hotel... HARWICHPORT. MASS.?Snow Inn OH ATH A M, M A Si*. ? Th^ M a t tHQ tjs wo. ?. CHATHAM. MASS.?The Monomoyek Inn............... ORIJCANS. MASS.?Nausett Inn WELLFLEET. MASS.??*h.Hju??.??ett Inn PROVIN('KTOWN. MASS.?GlfTord House PROVINCETOWN. MASS.?New Ontral House Proprietor .Fred'k Wllkey . H. N. Lathrop .H. N. l.?throp .Fred'k WUk-y . W. L. Draper Geo. R. Ricker .11. P. Neal .James Webb .N. II. Be:?r?e .T. II. Soule .P. F. Morln .F. H. Thompson .Fred'k Wllkey .J. P. Farmer .W. L. I'otter .Fred T Orpnn G. A. Merrill .F. E. Potter Weeklr Bates $21 rtrt and up S14.I4 and op It? <?> and ui> $21 and up $14 00 and up $1? 00 and up $lfM"*? and up $12.<n) and up |14 <"? and up S12 i*? nnd up $14 <M rt lid up #12.?M and up $17.S? and up $12.00 and up V2 >?? and up $14 Ot? and up $14.<>0 and ap $14.OU aud up You may travel round the world seeking reft and recreation, but you will never find an improvement on OLD QUAINT CAPE COD. SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Bathing, Boating and Fishing? at Saratoga Lake are favorite pastimes at popular SARATOGA SPRINGS Dancing and bridge?or just * idling among the throngs of cos- ' mopolitan visitors, make even ings here as pleasant as days. The Daily Band Concerts are Famous. Shaded boulevards and excellent roads offer great attraction to the motorist. Many spots of historic and scenic interest are within easy reach. The famous mineral springs are now owned by the State of New York, and the waters are free. The Mineral Water Baths are famous. The facilities have been greatly improved.. A Free Convention Hall Seats 5,000 People. This famous resort is reached from all directions by New York Central Lines and Delaware St Hudson R. R. We wiD gladly grive information and send illustrated literature. Write, Publicity Commission, Room 28 The Arcade, Saratoga Springs, N. T. NEW YORK. NEW YORK. <i ti T?><n 0-0-0 s* no 5 ^ Delaware til mi Ol?r ^ Hudson Vacation Territory Is a Joy The large number of renowne>d summer resorts, the superb hotels, the unrivaled beauty of the diversified panorama of lake, forest and mountain scenes attest th? appropriateness of its subtitle, "A Summer Paradise." In fast trains protected by automatic block signals, insur ing the highest degree of safety, or on the large steamers that ply Lake George and Lake Champlaln, the tourist may go with ever-Increasing pleasure from one resort to another?Saratoga Springs with its famous hotels and waters, I^ake George and Lake Champlaln, Au Sable Chasm, the Yosemite of the East; Westport, Lake Placid. Lake Luzerne?Schroon Lake, Eliza bethtown and Keene Valley in connection with stages?and other favorite Adirondack resorts. Throughout this section are hotels which rank with the great Metropolitan caravansaries in appointments. Space per mits mention only of the two fireproof hotels. Fort William Henry, at Lake George, and Hotel Champlaln, at Bluff Point. Prices for board, and many Interesting details regarding more than 500 summer hotels and 1,000 boarding houses lo cated in this northern resort section, are described in our illustrated guide?mailed gratuitously for 6 cents postage. While prices vary greatly, they are nowhere excessive. Ac commodations are obtainable at the larger houses from $25 per week, and at smaller hotels and boarding houses the rates are as low as $8.00 per week. Adirondack waters, especially Lake George and Lake Champlaln, with their forest tributaries and the* many branches of the Hudson river, offer great ofvportunlties for anglers, and are annually stocked by the state. The D. & H.. the shortest, quickest and best-line to Mon treal. maintains the highest standard of train service to Canada, to Lake George and to the Adlrondacks. Through Pullmans from Grand Central Terminal. Direct connection at Albany and Troy with Hudson river steamer lines. A la carte cafe cars. The service to Au Sable Chasm is also arranged conven iently. The season for visiting this wonderful natural at traction opens June 25. The Highway to Canada's famous resorts. Convenient trains at all hours. A new folder with interesting historical maps mailed on request. Pull summer train and steamboat schedules effective June 23. N. Y. City Information Office. 1354 Broadway. Phone G688 Greeley. Tickets and reservations at all offices of N. Y. C. and W. S. r.r.'s, Hudson River Steamer Lines and tourist agencies in Greater New York. A. A. HEARD, General Passenger Agent, Albany, N. Y. NEW YORK. HOTEL MARION, LAKE GEORGE, N. Y. Most beautiful location on the lake. Ad join* the new Country and Yacht Clab. Golf and Tennis Tournaments. Large airy rooms with private baths. All steamers land in front of Hotel. Livery and Garage. Write for illustrated booklet and rates. JOSEPH H. MARVEL. PafSlioi Hotel* aid Cottag es 1 % I Sharon Springs, N. Y. OPEN JUNE 2f.th. The celebrated HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS AND BATHING ESTABLISH MENT NOW OPEN. Sulphur Bath. % Pine Needle Baths. Douches, Steam Mas- & sage, Inhalation. Neuheim Baths. Dry i Hot Air for treatment of RHEUMATISM. 4, GOUT SKIN AND NERVOUS DIS- $ EASES OF THE RESPIRATORY OR- X GANS. MALARIA AND HEART DiA- ? EASE. Folders sent free. V JOHN H. GARDNER A SON. W. H. CRAIG, Manager. PENNSYLVANIA. Bedford Springs (Pa.) Hotel and Baths Ideally located In the Allegheny Mountains? 1,200 feet above sea lerel. An establishment affording every romfort and diversion both indoor and outdoor. Climate Is wtoiderfully invigorat ing. Particular attention to Auto Tourists. H. E. BEMIS. Mgr. ESSICK HEIGHTS. PA. THE ESSICK-2.500 ft. Alleghenles; casino, cottages; steam heat; electric light; golf; other sports; booklet. H. M. ESSICK. Prop. Arandale Hotel, Bedford, Pa. Beautifully situated In the midst of a large farm and splendid lawn of rt a-T?-s: flue mineral waters, tennis, golf, bowling, parage. Write for booklets. ALSII* A SMITH. DELAWARE.. HOTEL HENLOPEN, REHOBOTH BEACH. DEL.. Now Open for the Season of 1912. Directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Write for Booklet and Rates. WALTER BURTON. Owner and Proprietor. DELAWARE WATER GAP, PENNA. THE KUTTATINNY, . DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA. I>adlng Hotel; coolest location; no ma laria or mosquitoes. Capacity. 500. Every convenience. Boating, fishing, bathing. 8oIf, orchestra, social diversions, saddle oraes. Table supplied from own farm. American plan. Cafe and Grill. Write for booklet of views and special rates. G. FRANK OOPE. Chapman Manor amhou?* Beantlfullr situated. Five minutes' walk from i station. Roth houses built of stone. Highest point in Blue Ridse mountains, on Western Md. R. R.. 2 hours from Baltimore. Bright, comfort able roorus. When the air Is sultry sod enervat ing in the city It is fresh and invigorating at Blue Rldce Summit. J. L. CHAPMAN. BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT. PA. PEN-MAR, PA. WASHINGTON CLIFF HOUSE?HIGHEST LO cated hotel at Pen-Mar. Beautiful view; de lightful air: cuisine excelknt; convenient, near park; booklet; rates. Mrs. O. H. ALLEN. BONAIRE COTTAGE. PEN-MAR. PA.-SPA clons porches; large rooms; every convenience; baths, electric lights, etc.; cnlslne receiving my personal attention; booklet. Mre.B.F.Dlefcl.Prop. MT. VERNON HOTEL. Pen-Mar. Pa.; new boardwalk from park to ho tel; running water In all bedrooms; electric lights. Mrs. E. R. 8AYLER. Proprietress. $4.60 all-season ticket to Pen-Mar. MT. FOREST INN, Pen-Mar; new house; all conveniences; baths; electric lights: large porches; good tsbie. Write for circular. Mrs. BELLE F. STOLER. SUMMER RESORTS. MiJIMCHI'SKTTS. MARBIJCHKAD NECK. M ASS TOE NANEPASIM1EMET Oper,* .Tone S. Unmt W?a: 'on on North S!w?# of Maw. Bay. F.rfnr room has orria ri?w. Bookie fn.m h G. BROWN Mgr. vir?;Tma. IN BLTE KIlMtR SIX HON. CONVENIENT T> station and r. O.. vlth ahady lawn. ferns mountain wafer and air, frewh vegvrtabl.-a, g?? 1 lioerd and bonvlike; terms moderate Apply to Mi*. MARY L K1B1.ER. Kimball. Page Co. Va. "CEDAR CROFT," <"V>!onlal Beach. Ya. <>verVv>ktnc beautiful Potomac; clssaed as tv? be?t by the l?e?i for both table ami acomnioda tlona: fr<v b->at; bathhouse*; rfrrrthlng <t! shade; cas lixht; artewlan water. ?n>i 1?eautlf\ lawn add to the beaut; of C? In' Ooft those who ba?e stopped there. Write today. ? J M TAYuOR. lYf . !? ? Box 47 "N<tHTI~HirT ?? " CASTLEMANS FERRY. XK. <*> ml from Wnsh via Bluemont; valley. m* and water s.-enery; sh*'1e<l ground* iin.t driven; ti?hinc. boating. s? unmlnit no children takei ; dallv mall; telephone: fresh meat. milk. fro!' fowls; fT |wr wk till V>t, , circular MAI R|("B OASTLFMAN, < a-tl-ti nitr> Ferry Clarke <"??.. Vs ASK MR. FOSTER At fAI 14th st. n w., for a copy of the nsw and beautiful 4?) page booklet dcecrihlns Stony Man Mountain THK RL'STIC GFM OF THK BUCK RIDGE. WnMnitn's Most Popular Mounttli Resort SPECIAL FRATI*RES AT SK1UM1. V*i W*?hlnftna references Refined patron age Moat elevated re?.?rt In eastern t". H. Alti tude. 4.OSS feet. r. acre* ic(ft:iblp garden. A RESIDENT PHYSICIAN BVGLE OAJ.li TO MEAI.S Rl'STIC DINING HAM, SEAT ING i!RO GCKSTS. V HERD <?F TI'BKRTI I.IN TBSTED OOWS MODERN POI'LTRV PI.INI' KlRSISIIlNii CHIOKENS *N|l KICKS FOR TABLE (CAPACITY 2.000 CHICKS* * TKM PERATPRE NKVER IN EX< ESS OF Th DF. GREF.S. FIFTY RI STIC CABINS AN1? RfNGA LOWS; sanitary plumbing; the Unset springs lo the Blue RUlgc Mountains. A nice dancing pa villon. Trap Shooting at Cay Pigeon!, "ji'I Tennis and other amusements If you live out of Washington, write Iter Sk/ lam] booklet. G. F. POLLOCK, Pmrfl'tw, Sky land. Page county. Va. CASON COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW V A famously noted for borne comforts and *oi?d table toard; rate# reasonable Mrs. I.. CASON. ? JORDON SPRINGS HOTKI- \NT? <v?TT\c.t'S Freilerlck <.V> . Vh All modern tnipr >?emerte: aulj?hur bath* fr?-e to iniexm. ape- al to fa-n llle?. Itx.klet ntid rnte? 4 Iowa cir-'le. ifl* MIEMY ? GOSHKX, VA. Now open. Modern brick ami atone atrttctnt#, on the main line of the C. A- <? R R F*.? lent train aerrlce: easy of a?''-e?is. ill amtiae menta; fine tennis courts, flrnt claw xaildU' h T?e~, large open on (mining jk>oI, g;?rjge; e*.??-i;ei,t ttble, good aervli-e, rrflned patronage. Wrl ?? for booklet. Alleghany Improvement Company J. W. ROLAND, Treasurer GEORGE D. DeSTIIEI.DS. Manner. Inform a! Win at Cafe Repuhllque ;ml < .V <). Offl> eu. Aak Mr. Foster. Ideal Summer Resort Hotnollke comfort*. Adrantage* <>? o. . in, bays. Shady lawn: N'nutlful ->:ui'l> 1"- h; excellent aurf bathlna: t><v<r l-unine a' 1 ? sli lng: hot. cold Mild salt b?th?. lar ?? !.?',,er?, ?wing chalra, tennl*. fri'e l?m in - mid p>>-d Fre?ih a>H food. (Milk. ?eg>tabl<?. il ? ?? n? from our own farm t Spei-lal l?>at mid ai:t<> rates. Send for S-page f*h.kl.-f, x II G. MEARS. Wachapreagiie, K. S.. Vh YE WENCHESTER DNNt WINCHESTER, \ A In the heart of Shenandoah \ alley apple (wit and automobile highway to the south larg"-' and leading hotel in city limits; capacity, 2.V). coating over >100,000; unrrounded by 14 acre* grovea and lawna; 360 feet covered pofchea; centrally located; large ballroom and amuse ment* , headquarters for all; new furnUhtnga, etc. For booklets and diagrams address S. B. PERKINS. Prop "THE I/OI"DOrN"?12tli SEASON OPEN JFKB 1 to Sept. 15. In the mountalnn. Modern oo? ?enlenees. Lltrepr In connection. Aiidreaa JNO. D. CHAPIN. Bluemonl. Virginia. "8PRINGDAIJ0," SITIATKIl IN IAjFDOffN ?alley, near Blue Ridge mountains, shady lawns; cool PDonis: gTe-nhousea; fre*h rags tables; milk; excellent spring wat?r and U?; two miles from Puri'ftllville station; rarrlyn free; terma, 17 per week; no reduction fir children. F. B. DAVIS, Lincoln. LooCooa Co.. Ya. COLONIAL BKACH, VA. MOUNT ROSE HOUSE. High and cool; 2 wjuarea went ffotn drqa ?tore. L. J. SMOOT. Prop. THE LIN WOOD HOUSE, K square from beach; special rates to largv par ties; large porches and plenty of shad* traes. THE HUDSON HOUSE. Accommodations tor faaililea; hotr?e hcuaeke?p> lng privileges with or without board; board!nc, *5 per week. The Stewart Cottage, On the beach front; bath honses for guests, ipo cial rates to large parties. Moderate prices WEST VIRGINIA. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS; ri*r County Nut Wrglma^ MAGNIFICENT SWIMMING POOL Radiant with Sunlight. Sulphur and Medicinal Batns Golf. Ten nis, Riding. Driving, Fi?hing. Motoring, Dancing. Bracing mountain atr. No Flies or Mos quitoes. Picturesque scenery. Ele?at|on aooo ft I'nder ?irf.e maiu^ereent *i llotri Ch-m berlTn, Old Point l or inf jr flufloa.aii.lrr?. to. r. ao WMU w ra i vv\ BROOSCSIDE INN AND COTTAGES, BROOKS1DE. W EST VIRGINIA Oil toi> of the beautiful Alleghany mountain*. Elevation nearly 3.000 ft Delightfully cooC All modern conveuleneea Rooms and ?olte?, mlth or without bath. All amusement* Cul-li.a unsurpatuted. Own farm products UooWlet Apply to E. J. KIRK PATRICK. P. O.. Oakland. Mi BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. VA. Baths now open, mineral water for rheuma tism. gout, sciatica, dyspepsia, etc tieimaa ghysielans pronounce waters equal to Oarl*)>?4. irchestra after June 15, dancing every evenlag. Special low spring rate. Send for booklet. HOTEL WASHINGTON. BROWNE A BUCKLEY. THE HILL TOP HOUSE On the Mountain Above Harpers Ferry. W. Va. Grand scenery, first-class table; all modern con. venlenoes. Moderate rate. B. A O. R R Many trains dallv. Send for booklet T. S I/?VFTr AURORA HOUSE and ANNEX ON TOP OF THE BEAFTIFI L ALLEGHAN1EX. Open June 15. Mod*-rn conveniences F.xcelleat table. Home eomforts. Automobile service. (T7Special rates for the season. Addres- J. A. SHAFFER. Prop.. Aurora, W. Ta. SPARROWS INN. HARCERS FERRY. W VA. Beautiful views, deligiitful air, quiet surrmind lngs;most popular house on mountHln;iable a spe cialty: white management Miss Florence S%awea THE LOCKWOOD. HARPER'S FERRY. W. Va.. will open June 15; large airy rooms; plenty shade; excellent table; rate* reason able. Mra. A. P DANIEL. Proprietress OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. OCEAN BEACH PROPERTY -IDEAL FOR winter residence. Between Palm Beach and Miami, Florida Verv low price for cash Write today. THK HITTf?N-GLADDEN c< i _405 Commercial Natloual Hank bldg Chicago. "COLONIAL BEACH PROPERTY. FOR RENT-POR JI LY AND AT'Gt'ST. Tin. nicest ft-room furnisheii cottage oU th>- 1?m l . will sell cheap. Apply "J. E. T.," ais 11>a at. s w. !<;? American Cantors. From the New York Tribune. The recent tour of Slrota, the Rti-^-lan cantor, ha* been productive of mor? tii.in applause and iiox receipts for the ninp. r. It awakened a spirit of rivalry anion* the cantors of this country, who Relieve that in the admiration of the foreigner native talent has been overlooked. Wish ing to demonstrate that America is not behind Russia In the rendition of Jew ish traditional music. Rev. Bern hard Stein bert of Temple Beth-El of New York, as sisted by a chorus of fifty, will give concerts of the Slrota kind in all the large cities of Europe next, summer. "W> will show." said Dr. Steinberg, "that our music is of a superior order." He said also that his tour would differ from that of the visiting cantor in so far that ha would give to charity any p<?>cuni?y prof | it which might come to bim.