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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 RESOBTS. ATLANTIC CITY, H. J. Hotel Absecon, VIRGINIA AVE. NEAR BBACH. Fireproof. Everything that constitutes a first class hotel. Elevator. (.rlvate baths, etc., etc. $2.?X> up daily. Special weekly rates. Booklet. .-(VP. PAINTER. Hotel Arlington,^. a&*3g! 250. Every modern conTenlence and comfort. Private baths: rooms with running water; eie ?ator. Special weekly rates. R. J. OSBORNE * SON Hotel Stanley, paclty. 300. Modern comfort aid convenience. Private baths, etc. Special, |1? up weekly. Booklet. J. A. MILLER. Formerly of the Lambom GALEN HALL BY THE SEA. HOTEL AND SANATORIUM ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. GALEN HALL IN THE MOUNTAINS. A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. WERNE RSV11 < I. K, PA F. L. TOUNG. General Manager. ^rinHprmpr<? s Car- aTe - a<1 llOU8<* from VA inatrincic, Uo^d^n,; best equipped moderate rale hotel; elevator; b:ithlng from bouse Booklet. E. A. BENDER. Owner. Westmomt, V2JF&. rKtrJK hotel. with surrounding lawns. Capacity, 300. Elevator, private baths, spacious porches. etc.; im water and tonic baths. 912.50 up weekly. Booklet. Bell phone 920-A. M. It. SOMEBS. Mgr. HoleS Raymond, '?,V Steel Pier; private baths, room* with running water. B. J. A F. L. MILLER. HOTEL NEW ENGLAND So. Carolina ave. h beach. Private baths, running water in rooms, elevator to street Wei, etc. Oa pacity, 350. Booklet. BRYAN A WILLIAMS. nr??IWtmn? IT Mm) Connecticut ave. and Beach, k a DOIT II mm, idMi location. Large, airy rooms, excellent table, homelike. Bathing from hotel. Moderate rates. A. M. DUNN. PrnTBtemac KM,t?rkJr 100 il fi via a J j ul^r, from Beach. As good at the beat. Capacity, 23?. New. homelike. els Tator. large, cool ocean-view rooms, phones, ex cellent table, white service.' metal beds. Spe cial rates. |S np weekly; $1.50 up daily: Sat. te Mop.. $3. Booklet. WT F. WATTS. THE LORAINE, SSii.'BU. ? tween the two piers. Fresh and sea water baths, l>rivate and public; running water, elevator, etc. Ep.-cia: rates. CH\S. E. WAGNER. Kotel Seminole. ? So. Carolina ave. and beach, best location. New; modern; compile. Elevator, private baths, etc. Special. <10 up wfcly. Bklt. Mrs. S. R. ALLEN. AT ATLANTIC CITY'S BEST Po?ul*? PRICED Hctil $9.00 pes WEEK isetucmo ALL MEALS St no *oe 1uu?t*ated Booklet with Flog* Plans HOTEL WELLSBCRO SO. KENTUCKY AVE. Hotel Warwick?^."1. "L equipped small hotel In Atlantic Cltv. Ocean view rooms. Afternoon tea served. SARA1I H. FULLOM. Carmix=La Fomtaime, Beach, nomelike: excellent table: $19. $12 * $14 weekly. CAROTHERS k NIXON Owners. Delaware City Hotel, Tennessee ave.. second house from beach; mod erate rates Booklet E. M. BOE. ST. CHARLES. Moat select location fronting the ocean. Thor ?Mhlr modern. Courteous service. Bathroom* with hot and cold, fresh and sea water attach ment, showers, etc. Magnificent sun parlor over, looking the Boardwalk and ocean. Orchestra of soloists. Golf privileges. Always open. Illus trated booklet. ? NEWLIN HAINES COMPANY. The Wiltshire, Greatly improved. Cap., 350. Private baths. tanning water in rooms- elevator; sun parlor, ?to. Music. Special, $12.50 weekly. $2.SO no dally. Open all year. Booklet. SAMUEL ELLIg. Hotel Shorelhiam, ??hnia*avb. Elevator, steam heat, private batba; open sur roundings; $12 up weekly. Booklets upon appli cation. W. B. COTTEN. Gramd Atlamtlc Hotel, Virginia ave., near Beach and Steel Pier; ca pacity, 500. Hot and cold sea water baths; south ern exposure; elevator to street level. Una porches, etc. $2.50 up daily; special weekly rates. Bopkiet. COOPER A LEEDS. Hotel Kenderton,?gyt?.S5i beach and pier; family hotel; private baths; ocean view; elevator; fine porches; home cooking. Special low early season rates. J. Q. MITCHELL. BOWKER'S, $10 WEEKLY. ON BEACH AND FAMOUS BOARDWALK. Unique, homelike, substantial, satisfactory; bathhouse: booklet; only Inexpensive hotel on the ocean front. Mold Castro HOTEL RALEJGH, St. Charles place and Beach. 800 large, oool rooms: ocean view; private baths; running water in .ootns: large lurches; elevator: electric lights, etc. Food and service of the best. Very reason able rates. H. J. DYNES. TENNESSEE AVE. AND BEACH. Rebuilt. Run nlug water; elec. lights. Buthin? fr?m hotel. Excellent table, $1.50 to $2.50 daily: to $15 weekly. J. J. JOYCE. New Berkeley Hotel, Kentucky ave. Boardwalk. Ocean-view room, private bath*. Moderate rates. FAIRBANKS A MACKENTHHN. Berkshire Inn^S i hZ?i from Boardwalk. $9 to $17.50 wky., $2 up dally. Cap.. 300 Elevator. Sat. to Mon.. $3.50. Roosia, runalng water, private bathe. J. E. DICKINSON. The SHverton, Cap., 200. Bathing accommodation. $1.50 up dally, $g up weekly. JOHNSON A HASLETT. flDartborooob - JBlenDctm JOSIAH WHITE A SONS COMPANY. The Leading and Most Modern High-class Hotel at Moderate Rates. ALBEMARLE,^dbfacS"' New throughout; capacity, 350; private baths; elevators: 4,000 ft. wide, cool porches; eic?p tlonal table, white service; special season rates. $S, $io. $12.50 up weekly, $2 np dailtr. Booklet. J. P. COPE. HOTEL IROQUOIS, So. Carolina ave. and beach. Capacity. 400. One of the most modern and up-to-date. 100 t>cean-slde rooms. Private baths, runnlug water in rooms. Elevator. Music. Fine porches White service. Special rates, $14 up weekly, $2 30 op dally. Booklet. VP. F. SHAW. "HOTEL sothern, Virginia ave.. 3QQ ft. from ocean. O. L. CAKE. Westminster, KrV.S'. ?Z' ning water. Elevator to street. $2 00 up dally. $10 np weekly. CHAM. BUHRE. Hotel Majestic, throughout; center of attractions; ocean view; capacity, 300; elevator: private baths; white service, etc.; superior table; special. $10 up weekly. $2 up dally: booklet. M. A. SMITH. FREDONI AjSfcSt^J liome comfort. Special ea^ly w?*.n rates. Un excelled table. Booklet. G. W. CARMANT. Pacific and Arkansas avennc*. SPACIOUS GROUNDS ADJOIN BEACH AND BOARD WALK. Only medium-priced hotel where guests may go from house to surf in bathing attire without u*lng streets, which Is prohibited. USB OF BATHHOUSES WITH ATTENDANT TO CARE FOR SUITS IS FREE. RUNNING WA TER IN ROOMS. FRESH AND SEA WATER BATHS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. SPECIAL RATES. $1.50 AND UP DAILY: $S.00 TO $21.50 WEEKLY. INCH DING CHOICE TABLE SI P PLIED FROM OWN FARM. White service. Or chestra. Tennla courts and croquet grounds be tween hotel and beach. Booklet mailed upon re quest PAUL C. ROSBCRANS. Hotel Albsecoin, VIRGINIA AYE. NEAR BEAOH. fireproof. Everything that conatitutea a first, class hotel. Elevator, private baths, etc.. etc. $2.00 up dally. Special weekly rates. Booklet. O. D. PAINTER. Hotel Lam born, 2.5?*. Capacity. 280. Suites with hath. Moderate Booklet. E. SCHUMAN * SON. SUMMER RESORTS. ALLEN HURST, N. J. THE CURLEW, Cottages. ALLKNHUR8T, N. J. Opens June 20. Und.T the personal management of ARTHUR R. HAMMOND, Who formerly conducted the hotel. Rates, room plans and booklet upon appli cation. ASBLRY -PAI1K,~n! J. ~ HOTEL ALBION" MODERN HOTEL on ocean front Telephone In room*. Elevator. Orchestra. E. D. TOWNSEND. Owner. THE BERWYN,^??' elevator to street level th. 8. RAKER BROOKS. Absolutely first-class: elevator to street lerel. Rooms en t?nlte. with bath. THE SURF HOUSE, Asbury Park. First art., overlooking ocean. Capacity. ISO; booklet. E. A. MARTIN. The Brnstol=Belvedere, Asbury Park, N. J.; direct ocean front, 4th and Ocean ares.; spacious verandas; private baths; evening dinners; white service; elevator to street; capacity, 400; orchestra. For booklet addreas BAXTA A HlLTARD. J THE FENIMORE, 213 2nd 8ve ? private baths; electric elevator. Write for booklet. - THOS. NOBLE. Hotel Colonial, S3S, *??*?."& Deal lake. Finest residential section. Owner shlp management. Fourth Ave. '*208 4th av., block eflned family 1 Capacity. 160. from ocean; refined family hotel; weekly hope. >. Mrs. P. J. WILSON1. 8rd are.; second door from ocean. NORTH BURST Refined; homelike. W. P. NORTH. WEST END HOTEL, ASBl'RY PARK, If. J. Overlooking ocean and esplanade. Rebuilt. Redecorated. Thoroughly mod ernized. Beautiful suites with bath. Capacity, 300. L. TEN BROECK DUANE, Prop. BGLMAR, N. J. HOTEL COLUMBIA, BBLMAR, N. J. Almost entire block on ocean front. Leased by property owners of Belmar. Every refined amusement. Modern Improve ments. Send for booklet. GEO. W. LEONARD, Mgr. CAPE MAY, il. J. THE CHALFONTE. CAPE MAT, N. J. Open June 15 to October 1. Reasonable rates. jy24* Mrs. CALVIN SATTERFIELD. Hotel Lafayette, 23rd year under same management. Rooms and suites with private baths. Sanitary plumbing Installed. Use water from own artesian welle. JOHN TRACT & CO. LONG PORT, W. J. The Devonshire. ^VieVft4m every room; every appointment and convenience. Moderate rates. Booklet. L. BOICE. OCEAN CITY. 1*. J. HOTEL MAYBERRY Centrally located, near beach and all attractions! fine view, spacious porches; tsble and beda first class. Day ratea. $2 and I2.K0. Special tea so a rates. Rooms with bath. Rooklet. B. H. May berry, OCEAN GROVE, N. J. THE ARLINGTON, Special rates to Jnly 15. Phones In rooms. M. A. MILLAR. THE WAVERLY, Ocean Grove, near beach and auditorium; table unsurpassed; electric lights. H. H. ALCOCK. FOUNTAIN J5T- r.S""Sd *"o,? Grove. Capacity. 350. >10 to $35 per week. Booklet and maps. the Spray View, 7^ ocean view from all rooms. Send for Illus trated booklet. I. J. WHITE. Prop. New Philadelphia, ?ceaB p,th* way. Directly la and i rlnm. Verandas overlooking sea. Mrs. C. A. en beach. Unobstructed view of ooean and Aud^to 8EAGIRT, N. J. PARKER HOUSE, W On ocean front. Now open. 33d season. Modern. Send for booklet. Mrs. THOS. DEVLIN. Sea Girt. N. J. The Tremoet,1 Directly on the beach. Every room foil ocean view. Family rates. S. H1NKSON WOODWARD. WILD WOOP, N. J. "* WAYNE HOTEL, Best location; large rooms; ex. table; all con venlences. Wildwood. N. J. WILDWOOD CREST, N. J. Hotel Breakers, vegetables dally from onr own farm; table un eicelled; clear ocean view. JOHN H. RISDON. DELAWARE. HOTEL HENLOPEN, REHOBOTH BEACH. DEI*. Now Open for the Season of 1912. Directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Write for Booklet and Rates. WALTER BURTON. Owner and Proprietor. REHOROTH REACH, PEL. REHOBOTH BEACH. DEL. THIS RUMMER SPEND YOUR VACATION AT REHOBOTH BEACH. If yon want the finest surf bathing on the At lantic coast, a clesn, velvety beach, the best hotel service, a combination health and pleasure resort, come to Re ho both Beach, "where the pine trees meet the ocean." Fishing, boating, driving. Long, shady lanes through the fragrant pines. Plrst-claas hotels and boarding cottages. Better accommodations thta year than ever before. Thla Ideal summer reeort may be reached on the Pennsylvania railroad via Wilmington, or direct from Baltimore by the M., D. A V. R. R. For hotel rates and other particulars address Pule llclty Bureau. MARYLAND. RIVER SPRINGS. ON POTOMAC; HOTEL AND cottages; 100 capacity; fishing, crabbing, boat ing of all kinds, dancing, orchestra; excellent table; booklet. R. D. BLACKISTON, phone Chaptlco 10-10. 6* rrs NEVER TOO HOT AT MOUNTAIN LAKE Park. On the creet of the Alleghaniee, In a white oak forest. Boating and bathing la the lake. Coaching, motoring, bowling, tetania, Bt. Campmeeting July 4 to 14. Chautanqna y 18 to August 29. Summer school Jnly IS to August 29. Missions^ Institute Jnly IS to tB. Bible conference July 30 to August 8. Good hotels, homelike boarding booses, with every modern convenience. Summer homes on reasonable terms: Electric light, natural gas, mono tain spring water, sewers. Address tbs SUPERINTENDENT, Mountain Lake Park. Md. HOTEL BRADDOCK, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD. Under New Management. Opens season June 16. 1,?)0 feet above sea level. Up-to-date in every respect. Auto garage. All amusements. For tsrms writs FRED CLAYTON. Manager. POTOMAC HOTEL. ST. GEORGES ISLAND, Md., opens July 15. Take Md., D. A V. steam era to Plney PL wharf. We meet all boats. ADAMS BROS ?THE AVALON." On Catectin mountain; altitude 1,200 ft.; par* air; good water and no mosquitoes; all mod ern conveniences: car age. For terms, etc., address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS, Braddock Heights. Frederick Co.. Md. THE RIVER VIEW HOTEL IS SITUATED IN the moat beautiful spot on the eaatern shore. Booklet. JAS. F. FRY, Prop., Oxford. Md. NIBRAH COTTAGE, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. Modern house; electricity; attractive verandas: notedly good table; garage. Write ____2 Mrs. J. A. HARBIN. I fert Cottage, *?'?*.?? EB2 Refined home; excellent table; every convenience. ? | MISS M. EVA 1FERT. MaxriitkiA BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. l*lLajlivlU| Jefferson boulevard. Beauti ful view. SO and $7 per w?ek. Address Mrs. IDA M. SMITH. R. F. D. No. 6, Frederick, Md. LOCH LYNN HOTEL, Mountain Lake Park. Md. NOW OPEN. Modem conveniences. C with swimming pool, bowling alleys aad roosM. Golf, tennis, boating. Excellent i Sunday trains. ? .. . C7 Special rates for the season. Booklet, L. B. C. LIST, Proprietor. HOTEL CHESAPEAKE. BETTERTON, MD. No malaria; no m?qultsss; bathing, Sahlng and plenty amusements; pure drinking water. [Booklet. J. 8. OWENS, Prop. SUMMER RESORTS. MARYLAND. SWANN'S HOTEL, PINEY POINT. MP., opens July 1, the 24th Beaton. A place to spend your -vacation; fishing, crabbing and bath ing; row, aall and gasoline boats. Take Md. and Va. steamers, foot 7th at. Bates, |7 to Jt) per week. Conveyance meets all steamers. Address J. T. SWAN'S, Plney Point. Md. P1NEY POINT HOTEL NOW OPEN. Booklet. WARREN' TOL8QN. Tohwn. Md. Braddock Heights. MARYLAND'S FAMOUS MOUNTAIN RESORT. 1,200 FEBT ABOVE SEA LEVEL 50 MILES PROM WASHINGTON ON FREDERICK RAILROAD. TICKETS AT B. A O. OFFICES. THE SYLVIA, Brfcddock Hgtv, Md.; one of the beat located cottages for breeae A rlew; excellent water; wide porches; mod. conveniences; table a specialty; rate* reasonable. Miss LA MAR. HOTEL ST. GEORGE. Opens July 14. Boating, bathing, fishing. Music and dancing. Terms reasonable. Take steamers of Md.. Del. A Va. Ry. Co., foot of 7th St. wharf, for Plney Point, where motor boat will convey guest to the Hotel. TRICK & HOBBS. St. Georges Island. Md. BBTTKRTON, MP. HOTEL RIOBIE On Cbesapeake bay; blgh elevation; flaa water view; all resort amnaements; three-hoar water trip from Baltimore: orchestra; booklet HOWARD TURNER. Prop. The Ferncliffe, uSSffW?" large porch; excellent table: all sanitary improve ments. Write for booklet. r6bT. C. YOUNG, frop. OCEAN CITY, MD. THE DENNIS Comfortable and homelike; excellent table; terns very reasonable. Address B. J. DENNI8. 24 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. PLIMHIMMON HOTEL and cottages. Ocean front; beat service. MOokiet. R. T. SHREVE. Ocean City. Md. OCEAN cm, Maryland's Only Seaside Resort Inclose 2c stamp for Booklet. ADDRESS CLERK OF CITY COUNCIL, OCEAN CITY. MD. THE COLONIAL SffSB&SSBg Open June 29. Addreaa till June 24, J. DOUGLAS WALLOP. Princess Anne. Md. The Breakers, SSS&ffTkS?" M. E. NEWTON, Owner and Manager. THE MOUNT PLEASANT, On Ocean front. Comfortable rooms. Excellent table. Open June 2B. Mrs. W. E. BOKLL. THE NEW AVALON Ocean City, Md. Now open to accommodate summer gneets. Reasonable rates. Booklet, ad' ess K. C. HASTINGS. MAINS. PROSPECT HOUSE, Cape Porpoise, Me. Good location. Fishing, ?ailing, swimming, cool woods, airy rooms, good table, best of water; reasonable rates: booklet. W. A. HUTCHINS. Prop. NEW HAMPSHIRE. GRANLIDEN HOTEL, LAKE SUNAPEE. NEW HAMPSHIRE. At the gateway of the White Mountains; one af the finest hotels in New Hampshire. Good S'lf course, tennis, boating, fishing, etc. Writ* r circular ON THE IDEAL TO I B. W. W. BROWN, Granliden Hotel, Lake Sunapee. N. H. NEW YORK. HOTEL MARION, LAKE GEORGE, N. Y. Most beautiful location on the lake. Ad* Joina the new Country and Yacht Club. Golf and Tennia 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. PENNSYLVANIA. ESS10K HEIGHTS, PA THE ESSICK?2,500 ft. Alleghenles; casino, cottages; ateam 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 pleasure, both Indoor and outdoor. Estate covers 8,000 acres of mountains. Fine bridle pathB and well kept walks. Climate is wonderfully Invig orating and healthful. Particular attention to Auto Tourists. Famous Bedford medicinal waters free. Make reservations promptly. DELAWARE WATER GAP, PENNA. The Hotel of Delaware Water .Gap, Pa. Water Gap House, Thp.*?duealB Now open; extensively Improved. The moat modem and finest located hotel in this region. Cuisine of the highest standard; white service; orchestra; social di versions; every out-of-door amusement; new. beautiful Palm Court and Cafe. Special July and party rates. Booklet and auto maps mailed. Sixth spason. JOHN PURDY POPE. EAGLESMERB, PA. THE RAYMOND. Centrally located, overlooking the lake. Near est hotel to the new golf links. Tennis, putting green. shulBeboard orchestra. WM. L. LAIRD. PEN-MAR, PA. 94.60 all-season ticket to Pen-Mar. MT. FOREST INN. Pen-Mar: new house; all conveniences; baths; electric lights; large porches; good table. Write for circular. Mrs. BELLE F. STOLER. 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; largo rooms; every convenience; baths, electric lights, etc.; cuisine receiving my personal attention: booklet. Mrs.B.F.Diehl.Pre?. VIRGINIA. "NORTH HILL." CASTLEMANS FERRY. VA. 40 ml. from Waah. via Bluemont; valley, oat. and water scenery; ahaded grounds and drives; I fiahlng, boating, swimming; no children taken; I daily mail; telephone; fresh meat, milk, fruits, ? fowls; |7 per wk. till Nov.; circular. MAUB10I | CASTLE MAN, Castlemans Ferry. Clarke Co.. Va. Mra. HELEN Wk Clifton Va* ^ "THE LOUDOUN"?12th SEASON. OPEN JUNB 1 to Sept. 15. In the mountains. Modern con veniences. Livery in connection. Address JNO. D. CHAPIN. Bluemont. Virginia. YB WINCHESTER -INN, Winchester, Va. In the heart of Shenandoah valley; apple belt auUMnoblle highway to the south; largest 2EJ? leading hotel; in the city limits; canacltv 350; costing over f100,000; surrounded by 14 acres groves and lawns; 300 feet covered porches; large ballroom and amusements; head quarters for all; new furnishings, etc. For booklet and diagrams address S. B. PERKINS, Proprietor, or booklet* at Star office. ASK MR. FOSTER At 508 14th at. n.w., for a copy of tha new and beautiful 40-page booklet describing Stony Man Mountain THE RUSTIC GEM OF THE BLUB RIDGB. WttfciaftM's Most Pipdir Hmtiia inart SPECIAL FEATURES AT SKYLAND. BOO Washington inferences. Refined natron age. Moet elevated resort in eastern U.' 8. Alti tude, 4,028 feet, 8 acres vegetable garden. A RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. BUGLE CALL TO MEALS. RUSTIC DINING HALL SEAT ING X90 GUESTS. A TESTED COWS. M( FURNISHING CHIOl TABLE (CAPACITY 2.000 CHICKS). A TEM PERATURE NEVER IN EXCESS OF T8 DE GREES. FIFTY RUSTIC CABIN8 AND BUNGA LOWS; sanitary plumbing; the finest springs In the Bine Ridge Mountains. A nice .dancing pa vilion. Trap Shooting at Clay Plgsoni, Lawn Tennis and other amusements. It you live ont of Washington, write tor Sky la aid booklet. O. F. POLLOCK, Proprietor Sky land, Page county, Va. SUMMER RESORTS. COLONIAL pKACH. VA. Colonial Beach Hotel. Best and largest hotel on besch. New and up to-date. WM. M. DANENHOWER, Mgr., for merly of Fredonla Hotel. The Stewart Cottage, On the beach front; bath houses for guests; spe cial rates to large parties. Moderate prices. Now Open Send for Booklet D.J. Oatchell. Prop. EiYIGA THE pioneer bath house. Cleanest and most sanitary In town. Near freight pier. Open air poolroom aboTe. THE HUDSON HOUSE. Home comfort for families, $5 to *7. Address the Beach. Va..or 2208 L st.n.w., city. Miss M. Cftsrry. W1MT VIRGINIA. AURORA HOUSE and ANNEX TOP BEAUTIFUL ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS. Always cool. Modern conveniences. Excellent table. Home comforts. Automobile service. tCF"Special rates for season. Send for Booklet. Address J. A. SHAFFER. Prop.. Aurora. W. Va. COTTAGES, BROOKSIDE. WEST VIRGINIA. On top of the beautifnl Alleghany mountains. Elevation nearly 3.000 ft. Delightfully cool. All modern conveniences. Rooms and suites. With or without bath.. All amusements. Cuislnn unsurpassed. Own farm products. Booklet Apply to E. J. KIRK PATRICK. P. P.. Oakland. Md. BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. VA. Batha now open, mineral water for rheuma tism, gout, sciatica, dyspepsia, etc. German physicians pronounce waters equal to Carlsbad. Orchestra after June 15, dancing everv evening. Special low spring rate. Send for booklet. HOTEL WASHINGTON, BROWNE A BUCKLEY. SPARROW'S INK, HARPERS FSKRT, W. VA. Beautiful views, delightful air, quiet surround ings; most popular bouse on mountain;table a spe* clalty; white management. Mlsa Florence Shawen. THE LOCKWOOD. HARPERS FERRY, 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 acenery, first-class table; all modern eon. venlences. Moderate rate. B. St O. R. B. Many trains dally. 8end for booklet. T. 8. LOVtvTT. M0VINg7hAITLING, ETC. PADDKD VANS, W AND |5 LOADj _2-HOR8B 'ADDED VANS. *4 AND 95 LOAD; 2-HO waoons. |S load. Phone Main 191B-1918. COLUMBIA TRANSFER * STORAGE OO, 906 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. . Packing Ik Shipping. Storage. <2 vsn lasi. EDUCATIONAL. tJf WASHINGTON. A YOUNG CUBAN MAN, SPEAKING SPANISH, would Mke exchange of conversation with Eng lish-speaking party. 1416 Belmont St. n.w. * THE STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE. 31H Colorado bldg. Full course In shorthand with touch typewrit ing?Pitman. Barnes or Gregg, $40; Syllable, $80. Typewriter at home free. Private instruction. FRENCH LANGUAGE 8CHOOL - TO PRO nounce well quickly, speak, understand, read, translate, take the V. PRUD'HOMME course. Col lege students coached. 310 Ind. ave. and 3d n.w. EMERSON INSTITUTE. 1740 P St. n.w. SUMMER SCHOOL-Day and Evening. Next Army exam. College conditions. En trance requirements to Law. Medical, Dental. Engineering Schools. Patent Office course. W. H. RANDOLPH. PrlndpaL Strayer's Business College NINTH AND P STS. Thorough courses tn Shorthand, Typewriting. . Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English and Ctrl] Day and Night School all summer. Indlvldaal Instruction. Positions to graduates. Catalogue free. OUT OF WASHINGTON. ? ?cd?>?viijlaNOVA Noted for courses In Civil. Electrical, Mechanical Engineering. New equipment. Thorough Classical and Commercial studies. Pre-eminent Eastern Catholic College. Booklet. Pres. Rev. Edward G. Dohan. 8. T. L.. O. S. A. Box 30. Villanova. Pa. MILITARY ACADEMY. IDEAL SCHOOL FOR WASHINGTON BOYS. A school where your boy will lie LOVED aa well as TAUGHT. Beautiful location. Thirty three miles from Washington. Splendid oqulp ment- Cultured faculty. Boys from 7 years up. Constant supervision. Individual instruction. Rates, $300. Satalogue upon request. Address . J. LODGE, A. B.. Supt.. Poolesvllle. Md. Mercersburg Academy PV? paratory schools in America, developing in boys those qualities that make men of character and action. Prepares for all colleges, technical schools and business. Send for catalogue. WM. MANN IRVINE. LL. P.. Headmaster, Mercersburg, Pa. Fayqoier Institute FOR YOUNG LADIES. WARRENTON, VA. The 63rd session begins Sept. 26, 1912. Sit uated In Piedmont region of Virginia, on South ern R, R., 55 miles from Washington. A lim ited and thorough home school. Rates, $225 up ward. Catalogue on request. Miss NELLIE V. BUTLER. Principal, Box 22. THE TOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS. An Endowed Preparatory School. Illustrated Book on Request. THOMAS STOCKIIAM BAKER, Ph. D., Port Deposit, Md. Charlotte Hall School, Charlotte Hall, St. Marys County, Md. Founded 1774. Ample buildings and extensive grounds. Healthful location at the historic "Cool Springs." Thorough instruction in business and classical courses. Military discipline. Moderate terms. G. M. THOMAS. A. M.. Principal. STEAMSHIPS. 3 Attractive Trips 1. Old Point Comfort. 2. New York By Sea. 3. Boston By Sea. Modern Steel Palace Steamers from Washington Dally 6:45 p.m. Special Low Rate Week-end Tick * ets, Including Accommodations at Famous Chamberlin Hotel. City Ticket Office, 731 15th st. n.w., Woodward bldg. 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FISK ELGIN Expert in treatment of special diseases, chronic and acute: both sexes. All consultations confi dential. Medicine furnished. Prlcea moderate. N.E. cor. 7th and G n.w. Phone Main 7647. NEW OWNER FOE BB00KLAHD. Capt. Emerson Acquires Estate for About $500,000. BALTIMORE, Md., July 16.?By a de cree filed In the circuit court in Towson, Md., Capt. Isaac Emerson, father-in-law of Alfred Vanderbilt, will become pos sessor of Brookland, considered the finest estate in Maryland. Brookland was the property of Mra. Margaret Daly Brown, daughter of Mar cus Daly. It comes Into the possession of Capt. Emerson as the1 result of an amicable equity suit for a consideration of nearly $500,000. It pays to read the want columns of The Star. Hundreds of situation* art filled through them. ??nM?iK Chesapeake Beach Ry. ' Schedule of excursion trains to and from Chesapeake Beach, effective July 6, 1912, subject to change without notice: MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS. INCLUSIVE. Going, leave District Line Station, *9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.m.; 2:35, *5:40 and 7:4' p.m. Returning, leave the Beach. *6:35 a.m., 12:30, ?2:10, ?:<*. 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. SATURDAYS. Going, leave District Line Station, *9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.m.; 2:00, 3:20, 5:30, *6:40 and 7:4S p.m. Returning, leave the Beach. *8:88 a.m., 12:30, ?2:10, 0:05, 8:00, 0:00 and 10:00 p.m. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS. Going, leave District Line Station, *9:80, 10:90, 11:30 a.m., 2:00, 3:10, *4:00 and 7:45 p.m. Returning, leave the Beach, 7:00 a.m., 12:30, ?2:10, 6:00. 8:00, 9:00 and 10:00 p.m. ?Make local stops, running time, 75 minntes. All other trains make run in 90 minutes. W. V. JONES, President. Southern Railway. PREMIER CARRIER OP THE SOUTH. K. B.?Following schedule flguros publl?hed oily as information, and arc not guaranteed: TRAINS? LEAVE WASHINGTON: For Atlanta, Montgomery. Mobile, New OrlMU 9.00 a.m. and 10.45 p.m. dally. Dining cars. For Chattanooga and Memphis, via Aahevtli* 10.45 p.m. dally. For Atlanta, Araiston. Birmingham. *.00 w and <4.85 p.m. dally. Dining ears. For Atlsnt*. Anniston, Talladepa. Calera. Selma. 9.00 a.m. and 4.85 p.m. dally; and For Unlontown. Demo polls. Meridian. 9.00 a.m. daily. Dining can. Far Roanoke, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga. Birmingham. Meridian. Vlcksborg. New Orleans, 10.10 p.m. dally. Dining ?ar. For Roanoke, Knoxville. Chattanooga. Nsrh ville, Memphis. 4.10 a.m. daily. Sleeping aat may be occupied after 10.00 p.m. Dining oar. wot Aabeviile, 6.00 a.m.. 5.55 p.m. and 18.41 p.m. daily. Dining cars. For Colombia, Snmmerrllle, Charleston. Alknt Aagnsta. Savannah, Bnmawick, Jacksonville aas Florida points, 5.55 p.m. laily. Dining car. Tnarlsf car for California, Monday. Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 4.85 p.m. For Danville (local), T.80 a.m. dally. For Harrlaonbarg, 8.30 a.m. dally (parlor call; 8.85 p.m. (parlor car) and 4.4C p.m. week day*. ^ For Charlottesville (local), 7.80 a.m. and 4.41 p.m. daily. For Warren ton, 9.00 a.m.. 11.00 a.aa.. 4.48 p.m. dally; 8.35 p.m. (parlor car) and 4.55 p.*. week days. L S. BROWN. General A gnat. Baltimore and Ohio R. R. LEA YE UNION STATION. BOYAL BLUE LINE. "EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOOT* TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. NEW YORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY Sf. AND W. 23rd STREET. ?T.00, *9.00. *11.00 a.m. (Royal Special, 8 hours), *1.00, *8.00 (Royal Limited. 6 hours), ?8.00, *8.00 p.m. and *11.20 night. *i? a.nu Diners and Parlor Cars on day trains. UlesgifS on *12.20 night open at 10.00 p.m. Philadelphia and Atlantic City. t7.00. *h(% n..? .... ?. ?. "EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR." (Week daya. 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.) *2.45, t5.00, tS.90. ?7.00. *7.20, tlMX). *8.88. ?#.00. t9.30, *10.00, *11.00 a.m.. *12.00 noon, tiros, *l.o6, il.15, t2.00. *8.00, t8.20, J8.80, T4.00. *5.00, *5.01, t5.0t, *5.90. tS.00. *8.80, f7.00. *8.00, t?.00. *10.00, *10.40, *11.80. *12.20 >llkt" WESTWARD. CHICAGO. *10.00 a.m.. *1?. *8.80 p.m., *12.00 night. CINCINNATI. ST. LOUTS attd LOUISVILLE, *9.10 a.m.. *4.10 p.m.. *12.40 nifht PITTSBURGH, *10.00 a.m.. *1.25, *9.10 p.m., *12.00 nleht (sleeper ready 10.00 p.m.). CLEVELAND. *12.00 night COLUMBUS, *&J8 '"WHEELING, *9.10 a.m.. *5.80 p.m.. *12.48 Bight. Schedules of local trains at ticket offlose. ?Dallv. tEzcept Sunday. ISundaya only. TELEPHONES at following TIeket Offices: 15th and N xT ave. n.w.. Main 1501; 819 Penn sylvania are.. Mala 278; Union Station. Mala Chesapeake & Ohio Lines 8.18 P.M. Dally - C. ft O. SPECIAL. Solid train to Cincinnati. with Pnllman sleeper* to Louisville. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Loeis and conneotlon for Chicago. 6.85 P.M. Daily?CINCINNATI AND CHIOAQO EXPRESS. Pnllman service to Cincinnati and Chicago. 11:10 P.M. Daily F. F. V. LIMITED to the West, Southwest and North went. Prilan sleepers to Virginia Hot Springs, Ctndnaati and Louisville. Cincinnati 'aleeper opea foe oecnpancy 10 p.ia. 0. ft O. diaing eat an trains. Offices: B18 Pa. are.. 1888 F at. Markets HALL'S MARKET, 3rd and C N.E. FRESH DRFSSED CHICKENS. HIGH-GRADE FRESH AND SALT MEATS. ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES AND QUICK DELIV ERY. PHONE LINCOLN 784-785. USE NEL1GAVS HEALTH-GIVING GROCERIES. WINES. LIQUORS AND UN FERMENTED BEVERAGES. Buying here is buying food and drink satisfaction. P. F. NELIGAN, 1908-1910 14th ST., NEAR T ST. Pbone N. 83. A (20,000 Wine Cellar. Quick Auto Delivery. High-grade Butterine, 115c to 28c. Washington Dairy Co., Wholesale^ and Jobbers of BUTTER. EGOS AND CHEESE. COFFBB AND TEA. Phone M. 6908. KOTO HAS HIS TROUBLES. English Ruler Given Worry Over Costume at Regatta. Foreign Correspondence of The Star. LONDON, July 6, 1912. A semi-official book has appeared re cently about the correct dress to wear at court People who may have to dip into It to solve their own difficulties may take comfort to hear that the question of the correct thing to wear even agitates the throne. The question of what the king should wear on his voyage in the royal barge today at Henley has been a matter of some royal perturbation. The occasion is, of course, without precedent, the state barge not having been used since Queen Victoria's time. Nothing on earth, the king ia reported to have said ?o Lord Desborough, would make him wear a tall hat in these circumstances. Naval uni form was suggested, but the reply was that naval uniform on the river made one look like a ventriloquist The king Anally decided to wear coun try clothes and a white blllyoook hat. This exciting Incident will give women a clear Idea of how much harder are men's difficulties in dress than theirs. The queen, for example, would not be faced with the same perplexities. The line that divides town and country in a man's wear is so much sharper than with a woman, and again there is no question of uniform to complicate their decisions. To appear in a state barge on the river, row ed by the court watermen in their gorgeous costume, really requires a new sort of uniform, and I am afraid that the experts will not agree that the kings country clothes will really be the correct thing. Cardinal's First Golf Gsune, LONG BRANCH. N. J.. July 16.?Car dinal Farley, who is spending the sum mer here, played his first game of golf on the Hollywood course yesterday and succeeded in defeating Monsignor Ed wards of St. Joseph's Church, New York. The cardinal intends to keep up his golf throughout the summer. CONGRATULATED BT TAFT. Chief Executive Greatly Pleated Oyer Showing of Our Athletes. President Taft received the following cablegram from United States Commis sioner James E. 8uUivan, at Btockholm: "The representatives of the United States have Main scored a glorious vie* tory in the fifth Olympiad In the track and field ?sections. American . athletes sixteen firsts, twelve seconds and thirteen thirds, a total of eighty-five points. Fin land second, twenty-nine points, and Sweden third, twenty-seven points. Eng land fourth, fifteen points. Our men be hind the guns, rifle and revolver also, led the world, and our cyclists and swim mers scored heavily in their respective events, riding competition not included. In this great world's exhibition where each nation enters the best type of men representing strengtth, speed and agil ity. accuracy, endurance and courage. America again leads the world." The President replied: ''Greatly pleased at fine showing made by American athletes in fifth Olympiad. Heartiest congratulations to commission ers and athletes." MARSHALL UNLUCKY IN DRAW. American Chess Master Most Play Black Against Hardest Men. BRESLAU, July 16.?Chess enthusiasts gathered here to attend the meeting of the German Chess Association to witness the play In the international chess mas ters' tournament, the chief feature of the congress, were agreeaMy surprised to learn of the arrival of A. K. Rubinstein, the Russian champion And winner of this year's tournament at 8an Sebastian, who on account of the impending Russian na tional tournament had not been expected to take part here. Besides Russia five other countries are represented in the list of eighteen mas ters admitted to the competition?Amer ica. England. Germany, Austria and Hungary. The United States Is repre sented by its champion. Prank Marshall of New York. Dr. S. Tarrasch, the Ger man champion, and Carl Schlechter. the famous Austrian champion, are also among the contestanta Other favorites for high honors are R. Splelmann, R Teichmann and O. S. D-uras. The first order of business was the drawing for numbers on the part of the masters, by which to determine the pair ings for the seventeen rounds of the tour nament. Marshall, who starts his sohed ule with a game against Dr. Tarrasch, was rather unfortunate In his drawings, inasmuch as ne will be called upon to play black against Dr. Tarrasoh, Spiel* mann. Duras and Rubinstein. He will have the white pieces on the other band against Schlechter and Teichmann. GRAND CIRCUIT RACES. Pearl Patch Just Manages to Beat Ont Henry H. KALAMAZOO. Mich., July 16.?Grand circuit racing opened in Kalamasoo yes terday under moat favorable track and weather conditions. It was a bad day for favorites, Sunny Jim and Jack London being especially disappointing. Queen Worthy had little difficulty In landing the 2.18 trot. Nutllne, driven by Hoffman, crowded the winner In the first heat, but at no time was she in danger of being passed. It was in the 2.07 pace where Sunny Jim met his fate. Played heavily as a favorite, Sunny Jim never even took a first place. Braden Direct took the first and last heats, losing the second as the result of a bad break Just after the first quarter pole was reached. It required four heats to decide the 2.14 pace, Pearl Patoh and Henry H. contend ing close: y for first honors In every heat. The race was one of the prettiest ever run in Kalamazoo. Nose to nose. Pearl Patch and Henry H. oame from the last quarter pole to the wire, Pearl Patch winning by a hair's breadth. Derby Boy had to go five heats to win the 2.12 trot. Defeated in the first two heats by Jack London, the favorite, by a length each time. Derby Boy in the last three heats displayed remarkable speed on the finish, taking one of the prettiest races of the day. Dandy wood and Jack London were within half a length of the winner under the wire. According to unofficial American League averages the Boston Red Sox lead in team batting and team fielding. As their pitchers?Wood, O'Brien, Hall and Collins ?are under full speed, it isn't a bit strange that with the qualities combined the Boston team is leading the race. Tn the National League the Giants are showing the other teams how to bat and run the baies, but in team fielding McGraWx men rank seventh, with the Boston Wardmen last. Hank O'Day has purchased another pitcher in an effort to strengthen the Cin cinnati Reds. Hirsch is the man, and he will report in a day or two from the Meridian club of the Cotton States League. End of Track Events Nearly Winds Up Big Athletic Meet. YANKEES ARE FAR AHEAD Score 85 on Track and Field, tad in All Events Total IS8 Points. OLYMPIC FINAL STANDING. AM, EVKNTS. TRACK -FtSL,l?. raited stat**.... m inited sut?*?.. . ss 104 Finland IT Oreat Britain.... *6 Sweden M Finland 4*1 Great Britain.... 14 Germany M Oanada 7 Franc* SI Hnutb Afrle*.... 3 8o-?tli Africa.... Irt France 4 | TV n mark 14 Germany A Italy 1.1 (Hw? 4 Canada IS Norway 2 Australia M Hune"r? 1 Belftnm 11 Italy 1 Norway ........ 10 Hangary a Russia ft Q recce 4 Austria 4 Holland 2 STOCKHOLM. Sweden. July 16?To be crowned with laurel as in the day* of Ancient Oreere and to receive In medal* the reward for their strenuous exertion* In the stadium American aft er American stepped proudly up to King Ouatav of Sweden at the closo of the Olympic gam*** yesterday. Most richly endowed was Jamea Thorpe, the Carlisle Indian, who cap tured both of the all-around events, adding a brilliant victory in tha decathlon today to the conquest In th* pentathlon earlier In the meet. For the victory In the pentathlon Thorpe earn ed the right to hold until the next Olympic meet the challenge cup pre sented by the King of Sweden, and by winning the decathlon he Is entitled to the custody of the challenge cup presented by the Emperor of Ruasla. High honors indeed for one of the aborigines on the splendid tesm that came from the United States to lead every other nation for the fifth time In the recognized athletic championships of the world. For moat of the ten days that these competitions have held the spectators enthralled the United States has led the rest of the world combined, but a rousing finish by Sweden and scatter ing points gathered In by other coun tries brought the total scored by all other countries up to ninety-four when the curtain fell on the most successful set of Olympic games since the festi val was revived in 1896. Against this the United States rolled up eighty-five, or only a minority of nine. Besides the United States, only three nations earned a score which ran Into double figures. Finland, mainly through the efforts of the great distance runner, Kolhemainen, finished second, with 1S? points. The Swedes landed in third p!ace with 34, and of this number the flnsd rush yesterday acoounted for IB. Sweden's rush placed Oreat Britain fourth with 18, while the Other countries scored as fol lows: Canada, 7; South Africa, ft; Ger many, Oreece and Frsnce, 4 each; Nor way, 2; Hungary, 1, and Italy, 1. In scoring these points three are given for first place, two for second ana on* for third. The tug-of-war, besides being obsolete and likely to be dropped from future Olympics, does not allow of a third place being counted. It ha* not been reckoned In the totals, but if In cluded would give three more to Sweden and two to Oreat Britain. When the 1.300-meter run ended the trying decathlon, which consisted of ten events that put the strength, skill and agility of the competitors to a severe test, Thorpe had scored a total of 8,412 points out of a possible 10,000. This landed the Indian far ahead of his near est competitor, H. Welslander of Swe den, who had 7,724 points to his credit. Another Swede, C. Lomberg. was third with 7.41Z Previous to the victory that distin guished Thorpe as the greatest all round athlete In the world the United State* team had galloped away from Franc* and England In the 1,600-meter relay race. The men who wore the Stars and Stripes successfully in' this event were Me'.vln W. Sheppard, Irish-American A. C.; Edward F. Llndberg. Chicago A. A.; James E. Meredith. Mercersburg Acad emy. and Charles D. Reldpath, Syracuse University. In the remaining events on the day's track and field program the United States was shut out. Three Swedes took all three places In the hop, step and Jump. Individual honors in the cross country race went to the wonderful Finnish run ner, H. Kolhemainen. making the fourth time h* had distanced all competitors In as many races at distances from 3.000 to 10,000 meters. Swedes finished second and third and besides captured the points for team running, with Finland aecond and England third. prmENI @1MENT yflappemngs^ortdom BY J. ED GBILLO. It is back to the minors for Cy Mor gan. Thoroughly convinced that the er ratic spit-ball artist can no longer be of service to his team, Connie Mack has sent him to Kansas City. While never a star performer, Morgan was of much help to the Athletics up to this year. He did not work to any extent against strong teams, but always could be relied upon to win his games against the weaklings In the race. But Mack, since he discovered that both Brown and Houok, two youngsters whom he picked up this spring, have the goods, decided he did not need Morgan. It real ly seems that In the two youngsters men tioned Mack has once more been blessed with a couple of valuable men. Both are now pitohing high-grade ball and are do ing their share to keep the champions in the race. That Mack luck has not yet forsaken the champtons. Injuries have played havoc with the Giants. The string of defeat* which Mc Graw's team has recently suffered can be directly attributed to the fact that several of his most valuable players are out of the game or are playing when they should be sitting on the bench. There is no way to guard against these accidents, and a team which wins a pen nant necessarily has to be lucky in thla re spect. When a strong ball team can go through a season with Its Une-up Intact and its players in good shape, It stands a splendid ohance to land on top. This is true of Boston this year, but it is still a long way to the finish and should the Red Box be unfortunate enough to have even one of their stars hurt and out of the game their slump Is assured. Bppa Rixey. former Virginia College pitcher, is making good with a vengeance In the National League. Not only hae be won a majority of the games he has pitched for the Phillies, but he hae shown strength in every one of the contests that he has performed in. It is a faot that Rixey Is showing up much better against major league bittern than he did against college players, but there Is a reason for this. He Is now being handled to a better advantage. While at Virginia he was worked In as many as four games In a single week and he naturally could not retain his best form under a ?train. What la more, he now h. ?e. benefit of good support and wise lag, so that It would seem Impossible to get a oorrect line on a college pitcher until he has beea up against this real thing. Major league clubs In quest of material (lave come to the conclusion that they must do their scouting in the smaller leagues, for both the American Associa tion and International teams seem to he largely made up of major league cast offs and consequently are not developing many youngsters. The chances are that there are but two players in the American Association thin year who will advance to fast companv this falL They are Chapman of Toledo and Schalk, a catcher, now with Milwau kee. The other players are to a large extant men who have seen their days in fast company and will not return. While this system of making up team* I with major league discards may prevent the development of material by these leagues, yet It gives those clubs assurance of keeping their teams intact from year to year, and this is generally conceded t? ?be an advantage from a minor league standpoint. Selling ball players, unless the figures are exorbitant, is not a profit able proposition for minor league club* of the size of the two class A organisa tions, for the reason that to break up a winning team is always followed by heavy financial losses. Having a well balanced team which has been a success in the present race, Mana ger Griffith can be a bit choice in select ing material for trial next spring. He could stand pat with the present aggre Stion and expect improvement, for his un of youngsters should do better after a year's experience. But of course he will not overlook a chance to pick up some good recruits, though lie expect* to draw them from the remote minors. Heretofore it has been a case of grabbing any sort of youngsters for trial in the spring, because so many were needed to improve the team. But that practice can be abandoned now, because but few changes, if any, will have to be made in the team by next season to keep It up to the present standard. The deal whereby Hal Chase was to become a member of the White Sox seems to have fallen through because New Tork wanted players which Chicago cannot afford to let go. This is usually the oondlUon which confronts the clubs which are dickering for a swap. It is no easy matter to frame up a proposition which looks beneficial to both sides. Yet Chase Is virtually useless to New Tork under existing conditions. The longer he la kept there the more will he depreciate in value, for the reason that he cannot play up to his standard for New Tork. But of course Comlskey cannot be ex pected to break up the nucleus of his team for the sake of adding Chase to his line-up. Both clubs want to benefit themselves by the deal, and whenever that condition exists It Is no easy matter to come to an agreement.