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Many of the most popular Summer Resorts are advertised regu
larly in The Star. It will pay you to write at once to some of those below, stating that it is at The Star's suggestion that you are writ ing for booklet, prices and full information. SUMMER RESORTS. ATl.AXTir CITY. X. J. Hotel Absecom, VIRGINIA AVE. NEAR BF.AOFL Fireproof. Everything that constitute* a first elass hotel. Elevator. private baths, etc.. etc. (2.00 up daily. Special weekly rat?M. Booklet. O. T>. FAIN i'F-K The Wiltshire, KSroAS.."' Greatly Improved. Cap.. 330. Private bath*, running water In rooms; ?lcvat< r; sun parlor, etc. Muair. Special. $12.80 weekly. $2.80 up dally. Open all rear. Booklet SAMUBL KI.Ma Tht> Leading and Most Modern High-class Hotel at Moderate Kales. ALBEMARLE, ^V.'wV" New throughout: capacity, private baths; elevator*: 4,<*>0 ft. wide, cmi porche.v; escep tionnl table, white service: upe.-lal n-ason rate*. $4. $10, $12 .*>0 up weekly. S2 up dal'y. B'*>il<.-t. j !?. cope. Motel SHioreham, vV?pnV\avk. Elevator. steam beat, private l>aths: open sur roundings. $12 up weekly. Booklets upon appii cation. W. B. **' iTTEN. Hotel KendertonJ^ho^se beach and pier; family hotel; private baths; ocean view; elevator; fine porches; home cooking. Special low early seaeon rales. J. G. MIT'"HELL. | BOWKER'S, $H 0 wBKK!'Y ON BEACH AM? FAMOUS BOARDWALK. I'niqtie. homelike, substantial, satisfactory; bathhouse; l??>klet; only inexpensive hotei on the ocean front. ATLANTIC CITY FUR. ROOMS AND FIRST- j class table loard. near the beach; bathing and , summer house: terms reasonable. 151 S ? . ave.. Atlantic City. Mrs. FLORENCE ^ II*SQN. j The Silverton, HEiev.n?r j Cap. 2?>". Bathing accommodation. $1.50 up daily. $K up weekly. JOHNSON At IIASLETT. " MOTEL~RALEIQH, St. '"harles place and Bench. 2iK? large, cool rooms; ocean view; private baths: running wr.ter 1n rooms: large jKtrches; elevator: electric lights, etc Food and service of the best. Very reason able rates. H. J. DYNES. Connecticut ave. and Beach, location. Large, airy rooms, excellent table, homelike. Bathing from hotel Moderate rates. A. M. PFNN. Westminister, K%aT.; n" ning water. Elevator to street. $2.00 up daily. $lo up weekly. OHAi*. BUHRE. Hotel Majestfc, Beach. Renovated throughout; center of attractions: ocean view: capacity. .'MO: elevator; private baths; white service, etc.; superior table; special. $10 up weekly. $2 up dally; booklet. M. A. SMITH. FREDONI ATKMi c."' ST.S5 home comfort. Special early season rates. Id eX'*?'lled table. Booklet. G. W. CARMAXY. IlOtCl CSStrO ^EACH^' KehuUr Run ning water; elec. lights. Bathing from hotel. Excellent table, $1.50 to $2.5Q dally; $8 to $!?'? weekly. J. J. JOYCE. 100 yards as the beat. Capacity. 250. New. homelike, ele vator, large, cool ocean-view rooms, phones, ex cellent table, white service, metal beds. Spe cial rates. $M up weekly; $1.50 up daily; Sat. to M?n.. $3 Booklet. VV. F. WATTS. New Berkeley Hotel, Kentucky ave. Boardwalk. Ocean-view room*, private baths. Moderate rates. FAIRBANKS & MACKENTHCN. HOTEL S0THERN, Virginia ave. and Beach. G. L. CAKE. ATLANTIC CITY ? BOARDWALK APART ments, 2. 3 or 5 rooms and bath; furnished or unfurnished; reasonable rents. Apply to Owner, Hotel Montlcello. Atlantic City. N. .?? WltlHprmprp Car. ave., 2d house from 1,,UC1 ,I,CI c?.Boardwalk: refurnished: ele vator; bathing from' house; open all year; moder ate rates. Booklet. E. A. BENDER. Owner. Hotel SemiinoEe. ^of. So. Carolina ave. and beach, best location. New; modern; compute. Elevator, private baths, etc. Special. $10 up wkly. Bklt. Mrs. S. R. ALLEN. Tabor Inn, \Zl17 Frontenac, QALEN HALL BY THE SEA. HOTEL AND SANATORIUM ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. GALEN HALL IN THE MOUNTAINS. A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL wernersville. pa. F. L. YOUNG. General Manager. Berkshire Inn,$5S , from Boardwalk. $9 to $17.50 wky., $2 np daily. Cap.. 800. Elevator. Sat. to Mon.. $3.50. Rooms, . running water, private baths. J. E. DICKINSON, j Hotel Lamm born, ^'"BeaAr Capacity. 250. Suites with bath. Moderate terms. Booklet. K. SCHUMAN A SON. Westmont, K.d'"?.., hotel, with surrounding lawns. Capacity, 300. Elevator, private bath-", spacious porches, etc ; sea water and tonic baths. $12.50 up weekly. Booklet. Bell phone ftgS-A. M. R. SOMERS. Mgr. Hotel Stanley, nacity. 300. Modern comfort and convenience. Private baths, etc. Special. $10 tip weekly. Booklet. J. A. MILLER. Formerly of the Lamhorn. H _y Pacific and Arkansas avenues. SPACIOCS GROUNDS ADJOIN BEACH AND BOARD WALK. Only n>c<liuin-price<l hotel where quests may go from house to surf In bathing attire without using streets, which is prohibited. USE OF BATHHOUSES WITH ATTENDANT TO CARK FOR SLITS IS FREE. RUNNING WA TER IN ROOMS. FRESH AND SEA WATER BATHS. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. SPECIAL K\TES $1.50 AND UP DAILY: Ss.00 TO $21.50 WEEKLY INCLUDING CHOICE TABLE SIP -| PLIED FROM OWN FARM. White service. Or- j chestra. Tennis courts and croquet grounds be- i tweni hotel and beach. Booklet malle-1 upon re q,.-,! PAUL C. ROSF.CRANS. | HOTEL DENNIS! ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Directly on the ocean front; always open. WALTER J. BUZBY ODarlboroogb - ?lenbetm JOE1AH WHITE A SONS COMPANY. Hotel! Arlington, ?ifrhh. 2.V. Every modern convenience and comfort. Private baths. ro?ms with running water; ele vator. S|K>clal weekly rate-. It J OSBORNE & SON*. Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia ave. near Beach and Steel Pier; ca pacity. Hot and cold sea water baths; south ern exposure; elevator to slreet level, fine p .rcbei", etc. $2 C.0 up dally; spei lal weekly rate*. Booklet. COOPER A LEEDS. Carnix-La Fontaine, Beach. Hontelike: excellent table: $10. $12 A $lt weekly. C\ltoTHEItS A- NIXON Owners. ST. CHARLES. Most select location fronting the ocean. Thor oughly modern. Courteous service. Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresh stwl sea water attach ment, showers, etc Magnificent sun i>arlor over looking the Boardwalk and ocean. Orchestra of soloists. Golf privileges. Always open. Illus trated booklet. NEWI.IN HAINES COMPANY. Delaware Csty Hotel, Tennessee a??.. second house fnmi beach; mod erate ratea. Booklet. E. M. ROE. $9 AT ATLANTIC CITY'S BEST P0sut*? PRICED Hovti $9.00 sss WEEK IncluDihO *LL MEALS Slss *0? IVV.US*S*TIS B00?t.*T w Vm FlOOS PlANS HOTEL WfLLSBORO SO KENTUCKY AVE. Must Attractive, Homelike Hotel in Atlantic City. Rr\rtr?n Dcean end Teuu. ave.; cen 11 Jltl 150rI0n, jicMMtlou to all attrac tion>; l?Jt h season. E. B. VOttRIiKES. ? )wner Sc Mgr. Hotel Both well, .U"Ln\nea. i Second house from Boardwalk. Overlooking the Steel Pier. Open all year. Every ap|iolntment. J i N. R. BOTH WELL. HOTEL. IROQUOIS, So. ? ?"o'inu a?e. and b?-a ii. >'apa<*lly. 4?si. otn- ?.f ih?- tiio>t modern and uitto-date. Itfc) ??T?n ?!ii.- iik)U.~ Prlv;:tc bu'hJ, ntuning water Mi t.H-tii- E"? vntur. Mini' . Fine |>or>'hes. Vim!, nervier. Special rates, $1 t up weekly, |2.80 up daily. B-.-oklet. W. F. tSHAW. SUMMER RESORTS. Al.LRXHlRST, X. J. TEiE CURLEW, Coft^. AI.I -KXJ5 I'R> 1'. N. J. 0;ieas June 30. I'ndef the personal uiitiMzemcnt of AMTHI It B. HAMMOND, Wi i> formerly co;idac;ed 1be hotel. Raif*. iooj: ;'-ius ami upon appli ed! Ion. ASBt RY PARK. N. J. HOTEL THEDFORD, flrh arc. r.nil Bescli. Thoroughly modern. Capacity. 200. Booklet. H. DPFFIF.LD. j Hotel Colonie!, S?s A;?7? D^al lake. Finest residential section. Owner ship management. : FourtSiAve. Jnim i from ocean: refined fnmllv hvtel: weekly bops. ; Cnpacltv. 15". __ Mrs. I'. J. WILSON. NORTH HWRST ? Kcitned: homelike. W. K. NORTH. "Social Center of the Jersey Coast." COLEMAN HOUSE, Whole square on the ocean. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN. [ Open all year. Capacity, 330. Also THE MARLBOROUGH, leading all-year hotel. Capacity. 15u. Elevator. Booklets. A. M. SEXTON. Prop. WEST END HOTEL, ASBURY PARK, X. J. Overlookinir ocean and ?splannde. Rebuilt. Redecorated. Thoroughly mod ernized. Beautiful suites with bath. Capacitv 300. L. TEN BROECK DI ANE. Prop. Hotel Ed gem ere i One door from Ocean. Now open. Elevator to street surface. Telephone in rooms. J. E. RAiNF. k SON. HOTEL ALBION modern 1 HOTEL on ocean front. Telephone in rooms*. Elevator. Orchestra. E. D. TOWNSEND. Owner. THE SURF HOUSET Asbury Park. First ave., overlooking ocean. Capacity. 150; booklet. E. A. MARTIN. THE LAFAYETTE. Exclusive patronage. I*arge number of private baths, public shower and need If baths. Bachelor apartments. White service. Fireproof roof. Pi azzas and culinary departments. Booklet. M. H. FROST. SELECT FAMILY HOTEL ON THE BEACH. The Wellington, AsburytpW Rooms with bath. Phone 358 B. B. SMITH. THE FENIMORE, Asbury Park, N. J. Open May to October. THOMAS NOBLE. THE BERWYN, NEW JERSEY. Atwolujely first-class; elevator to street level. Rooms en suite, with bath. S. BAKER BROOKS. The Bri?to3=Belvedere, Asbury Park. N. J.; direct ocean front. 4th and Ocean aves.; spacious verandas; private baths; evening dinners; white service; elevator to street; capacity, 40<>; orchestra. For booklet address BANTA A- H1LYARD. Hotel Brums wick ON THE BEACH AT ASBURY PARK. N. J. Highest standard of excellence maintained. Booklet. <Jy22?) MORGAN & PARSONS. BEACH HAVEX, N. J. The ENQLES1DE Now open. Every modern convenience; private baths, with sea and fresh water. Booklet. Ad dress R. P. ENOLE. Manager. BELMAR, N. J. HOTEL COLUMBIA, BELMAR, N. J. Almost entire block on ocean front. Leased by property owners of Bel mar. Every refined amusement. Modern improve ments. Send for booklet. liF-O. W. LEONARD. Mgr. CAPE MAY. X. J. Hotel Lafayette, cJZ*tL,. 23rd year under same management. Rooms and suites with private hatha. Military plumbing Installed. Use water from own artesian wells. JOHN TRACY A CO. THE CHALFONTE, CAPE MAY. N. J. Open June 15 to October 1. Reasonable rates. J.v24? Mrs. CALVIN SATTERFIELD. LONG PORT, H . J. The Devonshire. ^b?8tZc r?? every room; every appointment and convenience. Moderate rates. Booklet. L. BOICE. OCEAN CITY. K7j. ~~~ HOTEL MAYBERRY Centrally located, nesr beach sad all attractions; fine view; spacious porches; table and beds first class. Day rates. $2 and $2.50. Special season rate*. Room? with bath. Booklet. S. H. Mayberry. OCEAN GHOVi:. N. J. New Philadelphia, wv'nDi^uy" on beach. Unobstructed view of ocean and Audito. riiitn. Verandas overlooking sea. Mrs. C. A. COX. STRATFORD, J?io ft. to Ocean. HAYNES & LAYMAN. New I'rops. JyT* SEASIDE HOTEL, Ocean Grove. N. J. Directly on the ocean front; all guestrooms overlooking the sea. Opens June 15. CnAS. C. STOCKTON. THE ARLINGTON, Special rates to July 15. Phones in rooms. M. A. MILLAR. " THEWAVERLY, Ocean Grove, near beach and auditorium; taWe unsurpassed; electric lights. 11. H. ALCOCK. FOUNTAIN JST rX'll* <rix>ve. Capacity. 350. flO to $35 per week. Booklet and maps. The Spray View, ocTa'n '*1?* ocean view from all rooms. Send for illus trated liook'.et. I. J. WHITE. Prop. POINT PLEASANT, N. J. THE LElOHTON, Directly on the beach, Point Pleasant. N. J. Opens June 24. E. H. CARLISLE. Winter seasons. Hotel Belinont. Bermuda. POINT PLEASANT, N. J. Coolest resort on Atlantic coast. Bathing, boating, fishing. For booklet address SECRETARY BOARD OF TRADE. ~ SEAGIRT, N. J. PARKER HOUSE, On ocean front. Now open. 33d season. Modem. Send for booklet. Mrs. THOS. DEVLIN. Sea Girt. N. J. Directiv on the beach. Every room full ocean view. Family rates. S. HINKSoN WOODWARD. SPRING LAKE, N. J. The Tremorat,' The Allaire, Directly on tke beach. K. M. RICHARDSON. 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. MAINE. PROSPECT HOUSE, Ca|>e Pon>oise. Me. Good location. Fishing, sailing, swimming, cool woods, airy rooms, good table, best of water; reasonable rates; booklet W. A. HLTCHlNjj. Prop. Prospect House 'JK sailing, swimming.. cool woods airy rooms, good table, best of water; reasonable rates. Booklet. h? tchins. Cape Porpoise, Me. BKTTKRTON. ?P. The Ferncliffe,ffiTw?' ;?5I5i large po'di; exeeiient table; all sanitary improve ments. Write for booklet. ROBT. C. tOt.NQ, Prop. HOTEL RIQBIE On Chesapeake bay; high elevation; In water view; all resort amusements; three-hour water trip froui Baltimore: orchestra: booklet HOWARD TURNER. Prop. SUMMER RESORTS. MARYLAND. POTOMAC HOTEL. ST. GEORGES ISLAND. Md.. opens July 15. Take Md., D. & V. steam ers to Piney 1't. wharf. We meet nil boats. ADAMS BROS. COLTO.VS HOTFJU ON LOWER POTOMAC. Fishing. bathing, crabbing, dancing. Excellent table. For terms ani booklet address li. W. LOVE. Prop., Palmer. Md. Jrl?* SWA.VN'S HOTEL. PINEY POINT. MI)., open'* July 1. rlie 24th reason. A place to spend your vacation; flxblnif. crabbing and bath ing; row. sail and gasoline Iniats. Take Md. j aiid Va. steamers. foot 7th st. Rates, |7 to $!' tier week. <'<itiveya nee meets all steamers. Address J. T. SWANK. Piney Point. Md. THE SYLVIA. ltraddo'-k ligts.. Md.; one of tke best ; .- aI'- l cotia.-ea for 1-rrez- & view; excellent wattr; wide porches; mod. conveniences; table I a specialty; rate* reasonable. Mlaa LA MAS. "THE AVALON." On Catoctln mountaiu; altitude 1.200 ft.; par? sir; good water and no mosquitoes; all mod ern conveniences; garage. Por term*, etc., address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS. Braddock Heights. Frederick CO.. Md. CHESAPEAKE BEACH COTTAGE FOR SALE or rent. 122.' Jackson #t. n.e.; phone North Sr.ie .M ChM between 7 and 12 o'clock a.m. 7* LAKE VIEW HOTEL, I.EWISTOWN. MD. In the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains, 60 miles from Washington. Bathing, Rowing. Tennis. Saddle and Driving Horses. Own farm and dairy. Rooms en suite, with private bath. Rates, $7.00 per week up. Boo^tet of views on application. DEER PARK HOTEL, MARYLAND. Crest of the Allegheules; elev.. 3,000 ft. 500 acre park, celebrated springs, golf, tennis, swim ming pools, riding, orchestra. Capacity, 500. Furnished cottages In connection. Booklet. A. STANLEY STANFORD. N1BRAH COTTAGE, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. Modern house; electricity; attractive verandas; notedly good table; garage. Write Mrs. J. A. HARBIN. HOTEL BRADDOCK, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. Fnder New Management. Opens season June 15. 1.000 feet above sea level. Up-to-date in every respect. Auto garage. A1! amusements. For terms writs FRED CLAYTON. Manager. LOCH LYNN HOTEL, Mountain Lake Park. Md. NOW OPEN. Modern conveniences. Casino, with fcwimming pool, bowling alleys and pool rooms. Golf, tennis, boating. Excellent music. Sunday trains. C7S(>ecia] rates for the season. Booklet. L. B. C. LIST, Proprietor. HOTEL CHESAPEAKE. BETTERTON, MD. No mslaria; no mosquitoes; bathing, fishing and plenty amusements; pure drinking water. Booklet. J. S. OWENS. Prop. DOLL'S COTTAGE, On the crest of Beautiful Braddock, ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR COTTAGES. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. PINEY POINT HOTEL NOW OPEN. Booklet. WARREN TOLSON. Tolson. M?. Braddock Heights. MARYLAND'S FAMOUS MOUNTAIN RESORT. 1,200 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. 50 MILES FROM WASHINGTON ON FREDERICK RAILROAD. TICKETS AT B. A- O. OFFICES. The Fairmont, at Braddock; grand views; delightful air; excel lent table; moderate prices. Miss A. Kefauver. ITS NEVER TOO HOT AT MOUNTAIN LAKE Park. On the crest of the AHeghanles, In a white oak forest. Boating and bathing Is the lake. Coaching, motoring, bowling, tennis, folf. Caaipmeetlng July 4 to 14. Chautauqua uly 18 to August 2?. Summer school July 18 to August 20. Missionary Institute July 18 to 29. Bible conference July 30 to August 8. Good hotels, homelike boarding houses, with every modern convenience. Summer homes on reasonable terms. Electric light, natuifcl gas. mountain spring water, sewers. Address the SUPERINTENDENT, Mountain Lake Park. Md. OCEAN CITY. MP. The Breakers, M. E. NEWTON, Owner and Manager. The Breakers, 8F^&c^f ? M. E. NEWTON, jyl* Owner and Manager. THE-MOUNT PLEASANT, On Ocean front. Comfortable rooms. Excellent table. Open June 2S. Mrs. W. E. BI'EIJ.. THE NEW AVALON Ocean City. Md. Now open to accommodate summer gurats. Reasonable rates. Booklet, address K. C. HASTINGS. ATLANTIC HOTEL. Capacity 600. Opens June 29th, under the general management of J. Stanley Stanford of Devon Inn, Devon, Pa., and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent service and reasonable rates. OCEAN CITY, Maryland's Only Seaside Resort Inclose 2c stamp for Booklet. ADDRESS CLERK OF CITY COUNCIL, OCEAN CITY. MD. THE COLONIAL KSSffi Open June 29. Address till June 24, J. DOUGLAS WALLOP. Princess Anne, Md. PLIMHIMMON HOTEL and cottages. Ocean front; best service. Booklet. R. T. SIIREVE. Ocean City. Md. WETIPQUIN HALL. Ocean front. Mrs. S. H. DASH I ELL. Jy 10* SiBW HAMPSHIRB. GRANLIDEN HOTEL, LAKE SUNAPEE. NEW HAMPSHIRE. At the gateway of the White Mountains; one of the finest hotels In New Hampshire. Good golf course, tennis, boating, fishing, etc. Write for circular ON THE IDEAL TOUR. W. W. BROWN. Granllden Hotel, Lake Sunapee, N. H. ?? ii ? ? ? ?? .. .. . ? i i. i 0% PENNSYLVANIA. Chapman Manor amho?im Beautifully situated. Five minutes' walk from station. Both houses built of sto Highest point in Blue Ridge mountains, on Western Md. R. R.. 2 hours from Baltimore. Bright, comfort able rooms. When the air is sultry and enervat ing In the city It is fresh and Invigorating at Blue Ri<lge Summit. t. L. CHAPMAN, BLUE RIDGK 8UMMIT. PA. Arandale Hotel, Bedford, Pa. Beautifully situated In tne midst of a large farm and splendid lawn of 6 acres; fine mineral waters, tennis, golf, bowling, garage. Write for booklets. ALSi? ft SMITH. ESSICK HEIGHTS, PA. THE ESSICK?2,500 ft. Alleghenlee; casino, cottages; steam heat; electric light; golf; other sports; booklet. H. M. ESSICK. Prop. BEDFORD SPRINGS, (Pa.) HOTEL and BATHS Ideally located in the Allegheny Mountains? 1.200 feet above sea level. A modern establish ment affording every convenience, comfort and Sleasure, both indoor and outdoor. Estate covers ,000 acres of mountains. Fine bridle paths and well kept walk*. Climate is wonderfully Invig orating and healthful. Particular attention to Auto Tourists. Famous Bedford medicinal waters free. Make reservations promptly. DELAWARE WATER GAP, PBMSA. The Hotel of Delaware Water Gap. Pa. Water Gap House,?p??duealn Now open; extensively improved. The moat modern and finest located hotel In this region. ('uLslne of th?- highest standard; white service; orchestra; social diversions; every out-of-door amusement; new, beautiful Palm Court and Cafe. Special July and party rates. Booklet and auto mapa mailed. Sixth seaaon. JOHN PURDY OOPE. THE KITTATINNY, DELAWARE W'ATER GAP, PA. Ileading Hotel; coolest location; no ma laria or mosquitoes. Capacity. 800. Every convenience. Boating. fishing. bathing, golf, orchestra, social diversions, saddle horses. Bell phone US. Telegraph offices. Table supplied from own farm. America* plan. Cafe and Grill. Write for booklet of view s and special rates. O, FRANK COPE. ; SUMMER RESORTS. PEX-WAR, PA. $4.00 all-season ticket to Pen-Mar. MT. FOBEST INK, Pen-Mar; new house; all conveniences; baths; electric lights; large porches; good table. Write for circular. Mrs. BELLE F. STOLE R MT. VERNON HOTEL. Pen-Mar. Pa.; new boardwalk from park to ho tel : running water In all bedrooms; electric lights. Mrs. E. R. SAYLKR. Proprietress. WASHINGTON CLIFF HOUSE?HIGHEST Lo cated hotel at Pen-Mar. Beautiful view; de lightful air; cuisine excellent; convenient, near park; booklet; rates. Mrs. O. H. ALLEN. BONAIRE COTTAGE! PEN-MAR. PA.-SPA CIOUS porches: large rooms; every convenience; hatha, electric lights, etc.; cuisine recelvtn* my personal sttention; booklet. Mrs.B.F-Dlehl.Prop. NEW YORK. Through Pullman service to LAKE GEORGE. Fast trains at convenient hoars. HOTEL MARION, LAKE GEO ROE, N. Y. Most beautiful location on the lake. Ad joins the new Country and Yacht Club. 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. m Summering ON THE Long Island Coast TERMING with summer life, and front ing on the level stretch of beaek, washed by the restless Atlantic, or npon the rolling wooded hills snrrcmndiag the many picturesque bays Indeatiug the H?rti shore. are the rammer homes, hotel* and board lag cottages that abel tcr the host of New Yorkers aad those from distant points who tlerv in this Ideal summer land. And siong tils coast line for over 400 miles is enjoyed every imaginable pastime, fanned by extillarat ing breeses from off the Atlantic. which give a new delight to a round of the links, a slashing set of ten nis. a tram? through wooded and hillv conn try. or an exalting sail on pictuiesque bays In tbe path of this stiff ?e* breeze. Trsins leave Penn sylvania Station. New York, tor all Long Isl and resorts, tue aame sta tion in wblch Pennsylvania B. ?R. trains arrive from points South and west, tic tell yon about these sun:merlog places, and show pictures #f the many beauty spots, by sending the new book. "Long Islsnd Resorts," mailed on receipt of m cents postage by the Gen eral Passenger Agent. Long Island R. R. PennaylTaala Sta. New York City. VIRGINIA. THE ALLEGHANY GOSHEN, VA. Now open. Modern brick and stone structure, on the main line of the C. & O. R. R. Excel lent train service; easy of access; all amuse ments; fine tennis court*, first-class saddle horses, large open swimming pool, garage; excellent table, good service, refined patronage. Writs for booklet. Alleghany Improvement Company J. W. BOLAND, Treasurer. QEOBGn D. DeSHIELDS, Manager. Information at Cafe Republlque and C. & O. Offices. Ask Mr. Foster. ASK MR. FOSTER At 503 14th st. n.w., for a copy of the new end beautiful 40-page booklet describing Stony Man Mountain THE RUSTIC GEM OF THE BLUE RIDGE. Wuftingtoo's Most Popular Msaitili Resort SPECIAL FEATURES AT SKYLAND. I?00 Washington references. Refined patron age. Most elevated resort in eastern U. S. Alti tude. 4.028 feet, S n<r<>* vegetable garden. A RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. BUGLE CALL TO MEALS RUSTIC DINING HALL SEAT ING 250 GUESTS. A HERD OF TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS. MODERN POULTRY PLANT FURNISHING CHICKENS AND DUCKS FOB TABLE (CAPACITY 2.000 CHICKS). A TEM PERATURE NEVER IN EXCESS OF 78 DE GREES. FIFTY RUSTIC CABINS AND BUNGA LOWS; sanitary plumbing; the finest springs in the Blue Ridge Mountains. A nice dancing pa vilion. Trap Shooting at Clay IMgeont, Lawn Tennis and other amusements. If you live out of Washingtou, write for Sky land booklet. G. F. POLLOCK, Proprietor, Bkyland, Page county. Va. "THE LOUDOUN"?12th SEASON. OPEN JUNE 1 to Sept. 1!5. In the mountains. Modern con veniences. Livery in connection. Address JNO. D. CHAPIN, Bluemont. Virginia. Ideal Sammer Resort Homelike comforts. Advantages of ocean, nays. Shady lawn; beautiful sandy beach excellent serf bathing; best boating and fish ing; hot, cold and salt baths; large rockers, swing chairs, tennis, free bowling and pool. Fresh sea food. (Milk, vegetables, chickens from our own farm.) Special boat and auto ratea. Send for 8-page booklet. A. H. G. MEARS. Wacbapreague. E. S.. Va. "CEDAR CROFT," Colonial Beach, Va. Overlooking beautiful Potomac; classed as the best by the best for both table and accommoda tions; free bo?t; bathhouses; everything in shade; gas light; artesian water, and beautiful lawn add to the beauty of Cedar Croft. Ask those who have stopped there. Write today. ? J. M. TAYLOR. Prop.. P. O. Box 47. "NORTH HILL." OA8TLEMANS FERRY, VA. 00 ml. from Wash, via Bluemont; valley, at. and water scenery; shaded grounds and drives; fishing, boating, swimming: no children taken; daily mall; telephone; fresn meat, milk, traits, fowls; 17 per wk. till Nov.; circular. MAUBJOI CASTLEMAN, Csstlemsns Ferry, Clarke Co., Va. ORKNEY 8PBINQS HOTEL A?m rathe,~ a T* ? ??*n Jn?* 1 t<? Nor. 1. Altitude, 2,300 ft. Capacity. 750. Temper W ? Auto servioes. Gss, sewerage con nection. Renovated. Seven mineral waters ?**?,.. Tennis, pool, boating. Nice people. Jlealthy. Booklet. H. O GARTER. Prop. ? YE WINCHESTER INN, Winchester. Va. In the heart of Shenandoah valley, apple belt and automobile highway to the south; largest and leading hotel; in the city limits; capacity, 250: costing over $100,000; surrounded by 14 acres groves and lawns; ttOO feet covered porches; large ballroom and amusements; head quarters for all; new furnishings, etc. For booklet snd diagrams address S. B. PERKINS. Proprietor. W ATKRXJ OK WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL, WATKRLICK. VIRGINIA. i and historic Shenandoah Yal tey. Elevation. 1.700 feet. Delightfully cool. Hot ana cold water in each room. Rooms and ?hitea. with or without hath. Onisine unsur i ? - . vuiuiu^ uuau pa Med. ror rates and literature apply to ?* DUNCAN A WB&T. Props. COLONIAL BEACH, VA. THE RENSHAW COLONIAL BEACH, VA. Cool rooms, plenty of shade; half sqoare from irater front; reasonable rates. Manager. SABAH R. TASKRW THE HUDSON HOUSE. Home comfort for families, $5 to J7. Address the Beach. Va.,or 2203 L st.n.w., city. Miss M. Cherry* Opens July 4 Send for Booklet D.J. Gatcheil. prop. EMYIGA TUB PIONEER BATH HOU8& Cleanest and moat sanitary in town. Near freight pier. Open air poolroom above. Colonial Beach Hotel. Beat aad largest hotel on beach. New and up to-date. WM. M. DANENHOWER, Mgr., for merly of Pre<lonla Hotel. MOUNT ROSE HOUSE. Risk aad cool; 3 squares *?et from drag store. L. J. SmOOT ? SUMMER RESORTS. COLO.MAL BEACH, VA. THE LSNWOOD HOUSE, % square from beach; special rated to lttft par ties: large porches and plenty of shade tMia The Stewart Cottage, On the beach front; bath house. for gneata: spe cial ratea to large parties. Moderate prices. WEST VIRGINIA. SPARROW'S LV\, HARPERS FEKRY, W. VA. Beautiful views. delightful air. quiet surround ing* ;most popular bouse od mountain;table a ape. clalty; white management. M!*s Florence Shawea. BROOKSIDE INN AND COTTAGES, BROOKSIDE. WEST VIRGINIA. On top of the beautiful Alleghany mountain*. Elevation nearly S.000 ft. Delightfully cool. All modern conveniences. Room* and unites, with or without, bath. All amnaements. Cuislna unsurpassed. Own farm products. Booklet Apply to E. J. KIRK PATRICK. P. P.. Oakland. Mrt. BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. VA. Baths now open, mineral water for rheuma tism. gout, sciatica, dyspepsia, etc. German Shysicians pronounce waters equal to C-arlsbad. rchestra after June 15, darning every evening. Special low spring rate. Send for booklet. HOTEL WASHINGTON. BROWNE A BUCK LET. THE LOCKWOOD. HARPER'S FERRT. W. Va.. will open June 15; large airy rooms; plenty ahade; excellent table: rates reason able. Mrs. A. P. DANIEL. Proprietress. THE HILL TOP HOUSE On the Mountain Above Harpers Ferry. W. Va. Grand scenery, first-class table: all modem con veniences. Moderate rate. B. & O. R. R. Many trains dally. Send for took let T. S. LOVBTT. High=grade Bantteriine, 115c to 28c. Washington Dairy Co., Wholesalers and Jobbers of ?* BUTTER. EGGS AND CHEESE. COFFHB AND TEA. Pfcone M. 5906. HALL'S MARKET, 3rd and C N.E. FRESH DRESSEI> CHICKENS. HIGH-GRADE FRESH AND SALT MEATS. ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES AND QUICK DELIV ERY. _ PHONE LINCOLN 7S4-7X5. ?m Yotur Table. Quality Groceries for the Best Trade at a lower cost than else where. Pure Wines. Liquors and unfermented bev erages In big variety, lowest prices. P. F. NELIGAN'S, 19OR-1A10 14th ST.. NEAR T ST. Phone N. 83. A $20,000 Wine Cellar. Quick Auto Delivery. FSdfler's Fish Are always fresh, and in big variety. Clams, Crab Meat and Flake. J. Go FIOLER <& CO., Arcade Market. Col. 3475-6. EXHIBIT OF ROYAL FASHIONS. Victoria's Wedding Costume and Alexandra's Coronation Robe. From the London Graphic. Women will find the exhibits of dresses at the new London Museum at Kensing ton Palace of uncommon interest, for they cover over 100 years in the history of dr?s, and comparison of old-day models with present-day styles is useful as well as entertaining:. The shape of an early Victorian skirt or the cut of a bodice made in pre-Vic torian days has intense Interest for us to day, when the fashion of dress is more or less reminiscent of a century ago. There is little difference in style be tween the gowns of mother and daughter, except that the Duchess of Kent's are more voluminous, made of materials which bear the reputation of standing alone, while Queen Victoria's are softer and more clinging. There is a dignity and grace about these dresses in spite of the fact that they are draped on lay fig ures, and time has dealt gently with the colors of the fabrics of which they are made, a wonderful mauve and white brocaded silk, stiff enough to form a crinoline effect in its own folds, worn by the Duchess of Teck, being as new and fresh as if it had been made but yester day. ' Another sumptuous gown worn by her is made of gold tissue embroidered in a green leaf design with long court train, has a silver-woven moire petticoat and beautiful silver lace on its pointed bodice. A third, in rich white silk, has deco rative trimmings of tartan silk. A quaint old-style fancy dress in gray, with gold braid and gold tassels, over a petticoat of woven gold, red and silver, was worn by the Ducliess of Kent. There are simplicity and charm about the cream-hued satin, with its tiny, pointed bodice and luce flounce and berthe, worn by Queen Victoria on her wedding day, and also in the plain white silk, with bows and silk net trimmings, worn by her the evening of the name day. The black-shot silk, with Its draped fichu and puffed sleeves, worn at the first council held by the girl queen is con spicuous for its severity of style. To meet the Empress of the F*rench, Queen Victoria wore a sky-blue glace, frilled and kilted very much in the manner of the present-day style, and a mauve glace worn at the confirmation of the Princess Royal in 1856. with Its lace-trimmed triple-flounced skirt, is very similar. A quaint old rose pink and silver bro cade, with satin bows and fine lace edg ings, and white moire gown with white chenille border were worn by Queen Vic toria at the exhibition of 1850. A tiny frock of fine lace over satin is an in teresting relic of Queen Victoria's child hood. A beautiful gown of mauve satin cov ered with spangled net and lace, worn by Queen Alexandra at the diamond jubi lee, side by side with the older dresses, marks the change in fashion. An elabo rate white satin gown, embroidered with precious stones, worn by Queen Alex andra at the Devonshire House ball, is Included in the case of Queen Victoria's dresses, while the matoilflcent coronation robes worn by Queen Alexandra, made entirely of cloth of gold veiled with gold net, is in a separate case, with her gold embroidered train and the robe and train of King Edward VII. The Afghan Anthem. From the London Chronicle. This discussion about national anthems recalls one of the "many inventions" that come from India. During Lord Kitchen er's term as commander-in-chief the Amir of Afghanistan paid his state visit to India- The government, desiring to do him special honor, decided that the regi mental bands must salute him with the Afghan national anthem. But prolonged search failed to discover anything remote ly resembling an Afghan national an them, and agitated officials appealed to Lord Kitchener. "What does it matter?" he asked. "Play a few bars of anything and nobody will be any the wiser of the worse!" The officials were rather shock ed at his levity, but It seemed the only way out of the difficulty, so everywhere the amir went he was saluted with the first few bars of the slow march from "Scipio," and all united in praising the beauty and dignity of the Afghan na tional anthem. Toasts, From tho London Chronicle. Toasts are now rarely proposed, except at public dinners, but there was a time when they were the order of the day at every convivial gathering. The compiler of a book published in 1797, "The Toast master^" remarks in his preface that "it is the custom in most societies, whether public or private, for the president to call on the company in their turn for a toast?individuals are consequently often at a loss. This collection of genteel senti ments and toasts will supply their de ficiency, as It contains a larger number than ever was before published, the greater part of which are spirited and new." The genteel toasts range from the righteous, such as "May contemplation upon our last resting place check vain hopes and prevent weak despondency," to the friv olous, such as "Lots of beef, oceans of beer, a pretty girl and a thousand a year** i The Great American Sucker. By J. N. DARLING. let me see now, it WAS somcthinfr like THIS that HE. -done it. EXPERTS ON CRIME French Scientists Maintain World-Wide Reputation. HARDER FOR MURDERER Foreign Correspondence of Tbe 8tar. PARIS, June 13, 1912. The French scientists maintain their reputation as the most progressive ex perts in criminology. The system of M. Bertillon is known throughout the civil ised world. Again, recently at the Paris Congress of Legal Medicine, Dr. Batthaz ard communicated a discovery which will render the chances of escape of the mis creant who uses firearms very problem atic indeed. By the use of microscopic photography the doctor has established that a rifled barrel marks the bullet in a way that is unique for each Individual weapon. The hammer also strikes the percussion cap in one perfectly distinc tive place. Thus the criminal expert will obtain circumstantial evidence of the strongest nature that a given bullet was shot from a given firearm. Already the method has been put into practice, and as a result a man named Houzard has been condemned for murder at Tours. Causes of Crime. Primogeniture confers no natural ad vantages, according to Prof. Metschni koff. On the contrary, all eldest sons and daughters must consider themselves as lucky if they are just normal. The professor was asked to account for the alleged increase of criminality in France. Some believe that the Increase is due to the increase of sensational police reports in the new French yellow press. Prof. Metschnikoff's answer was one word, depopulation. He afterward ex plained himself thus: The smaller fami lies are, the more chance there is of the children turning out idiots or criminals, which is very much the same thing. There is a much higher proportion of im becility among first-born children than among others. All the French families are small. Juries Are Baffling. * The verdicts of many juries In this country baffle understanding. At the very moment when there Is a loud1 call for se vere repression jurymen set themselves deliberately to defy public opinion. Here is one more case in point: A youth, named Mathls, who had been brought up by charity, and had been placed on a farm at Vaudieres, discovered the corner in which the money-box was stowed away. January 11, the farmer and his wife having gone to market, Mat his determined to rob them. He was detect ed by Mme. Thlery, the mother of his mistress, an old woman nearly eighty years of age, as he was breaking the box open, and, rushing at her, he threw her on the floor after a brief struggle, and killed her by kicking her on the head with his heavy sabots. Then he opened the box, took the $100 that it contained and left the place. He *as arrested on the following morning at Pontamouson and was brought to trial at the Meurthe et Moselle assizes. A verdict of acquit tal has actually been returned, tbe excuse being that he was too youthful to under stand the enormity of the crime which he had committed. The court has Bent him to a reformatory until he comeB of age. Another Love Tragedy. Another love tragedy has spread excite ment and consternation among singers and dancers at the'opera. Young Albert Glrard, son of the concierge of the opera house, has two bullets In his cheek as the result of an affair with a young wom an, who was herself found dead by his side with a wound In the temple. For the last fifteen months Albert had taken a fancy to a soubrette, who was married, but separated from her husband. The love affair grew. She obtained a di vorce only a Bhort time ago. "Now I am free," she said to Albert; but he showed no enthusiasm. He told her as gently as he could that theirs had only been a passing romance. His father objected. The youn* woman bought a small pistol and kept it in her room. The outcome was discovered by the father of the young man and a police oiTlver. Courte Paradoxical. French courts and judges are some times paradoxical. Marriages are dimin ishing In number, yet the courts do not encourage matrimonial agents. Match making Is all very well and commenda ble. but to make a business out of match making does not meet with their ap proval. If the agent obtatois payment in advance he Is safe. If after marriage the bridegroom declines to pay a fee that he had explicitly or vaguely promised it is quite another matter. Has a matrimonial agent the right, or has he not, to appeal to the law for obtaining payment of a matrimonial commission? This is a ques tion which has frequently been mooted in French law courts. In some places the transaction is considered as lawful and binding, and in others it is con demned as being against public policy. A codrt at Lyon recently decided that a contract by which a matrlmontal affeut was to be entitled to collect a certain percentage of the dowry of the bride was valid and payment was ordered. Im mediately afterward a Paris court decided exactly the contrary, holding that dueti a contract was immoral, and therefore could not be enforced by law. A third decision has now been given which hit* the happy medium. A contract stipulated for commission and expenses. The court allowed the expenses,- if there had been any, but decided that the claim for a stipulated commission was illegal. Peo ple may recover expenses for match making, but can claim no commission. Romance and Adventure make delightful reading for a summer day when written by master hands. And none is more clever at this kind of fiction than Sir CONAN DOYLE, WILLIAM FREDERICK DIX and L. J. BEESTON. All these will be represented in our next Sunday Magazine, besides SEW ELL FORD, CHARLES M. HARVEY, JAMES HAY, Jr., JOE WEBER, ! LEW FIELDS and F. IRVING ANDERSON. "Daphne of the Forest" By WILLIAM FREDERICK DIX. leads the magazine. It is a two-part story of a weird and beautiful romance at sea. "On the Rhine Is My Heart" By L. J. BEESTON, is the tenth in the great series of Franco-Prussian war stories about "Dagobert's Children." Strong and thrilling. " The Lost World" By SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. becomes stronger and better from week to week. Doyle at his best. 66A Throw-Back From Buddy" By SEWELL FORD, Clever and humorous, with an undercurrent of helpful philos ophy, as is usual in a story about Shorty, "Real Romance" By JAMES HAY, Jr., A tale of love and politics, with a surprising climax. "The American Boy and the Dime Novel" By CHARLES M. HARVEY, An interesting defense of a much abused kind of fiction. "Further Adventures in Human Nature" By JOE WEBER and LEW FIELDS. More about the tricks of the funmaking trade. Moving Pictures Older than Photography By F. IRVING ANDERSON. Some surprising and illuminating facts about a wonderful industry. All in the Next Sunday Magazine ?OF*? 1 he - Sunday Star tnirmimilM!1 I miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiMimiimiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuiiiiiimiii ?