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SUMMER RESORTS.
?\TI.ANTIC (ITT, !?. J.
/^T!!?nATBSES-- AN"
? mg 1 M (New Fireproof A(Jdlti<m.)
iW f Free Bathing Rihmus and
-flt y * Shower Paths, Electric
m. ri unTr*l Lights. Running water in
X J!B^TIU I Lb r?s?rus. $2 up dailv; spe
cial weekly; excellent tabic. B?*>klet ami map*
of Atlanta* < Tf t y mi request. J. J. JO WE.
?'itv's Leadtn? Moderate Hate H-?tel.
HOTEL KENTUCKY,
KKNTI CKV AVE. NFAR BEACH.
Kem?*Ieled. refurnished. unexcelled table. wiiite
s^-vice: ruuninc hot an?l cold water and hatha
'' : cnghout. You cannot get acconmmda'lon
elsewhere at such rates. $1", $12.51*. JJ." .ij> per
?'????k. American plan: >2 up per day. Orchestra.
El-v>?t? r. Sii"\ver l>aths. Bathing from hotel.
P nk'.er r?pi. st.
AftTliri: I'. I'llANt KI.K. Proprietor.
THOMAS M. O'ltRICN. Manager.
HOTEL BOSCOBEL v'-7
Kaths. l-vator. fine table. Write for special
rar.?<. '-o.fkl. ' in en i aril wuivctilr pencil: 27th
a ' ";iI'.-i? :t v. :c>0. A. E. MARION.
GRAND ATLANTIC
Virginia .! ?>.. lis. u, bea.;-, an<l a'l attrac
tions. .Made net* t ..n?.;uh<?ii t. >aj?a'Mt>. 'J1 0.
M?"le:-ii. : is;?!-- iass .???tel. w ith private baths,
running w.-ir -r in rooms. elevator, etc.; Inrge
rooriiN. Tahle and servi--.- a feature. Special
? up dr.ilt : special we*-Ul.v. ??.io*-!<?t.
\ut.? meet* trains. W. '. SHAW.
HbfEL ARLINGTON
Michigan an., near beach. Exceptional m lo
cation. appointments and comfort, at rat1-'. $2.50
per day & up; $12.00 pe: A--??k & uy. Amer.
plan. $1 per day & up. European pla ?
K .1 OSBORNE tV SON.
THE NELLUNDY
VIRGINIA AVENUE AM' BEACH.
Private baths, running water, newly appoint
ed dim:?g ro?.u.; capacity, Special. $lo up
ye.-kly. 51' up dail.v E. li. LUNPT.
GALLN HALl
HOTEL A \ D SANATORIUM,
Arlnntic City. N. J.
Always opeu:. always ready: always husy.
Cann??t Pe excelled fo: comfort or ta le and
8' rv???e An ii'.cil place for a 1-?utc or short stay.
Tonic and curative '.'u;!js witn trained attendants.
E. E. YOI/NO. rieneral Manager.
D a'ily THE C ANFI EL I3.U-'kkl't
Virginia ave.. near the h< a -h. Under tlie p?*r
?enal management >-f Iv. E SCOTT, 1434 Kli-de
Island tve.. Washington. I>.
Leading High-Class "Moderate Rate Hotel.
a 7 DriWADI C Virginia ave. near Bear!).
A _ K&-Vl*-*.KI-?Il Cap., 350. Steam heat,
rlev't. sun parlors, prl. baths, etc.; excel, table
$lo up wkiy. ? $2 up dly. Booklet. J. I'. CO PR.
HOTEL SHOREHAM
Virginia ave.. near Beach. Elevator ninti
baths phor.e; op?n surro indlng.-. steam ne*.. S10
iv $17.5" wklv. Btlt. W B COTTEN. Manage*.
NEW CLARION
house from ocean; elevator to street: open all
\ear. fja-atre Booklet. S. K. BONIFACE.
TARHR IMM f\?nn. av. & Beach. Ideal
1 ttDV7I\ usis lo- at Ion, large air-, roomi.
Excellent table Bathing from hotel. 12th season
ow'jer management. Mod. rates. J.P. & A.M.Dunn.
HOTEL MORTON
Virginia ave.. near beach, Atlantic City. N. J.
Open all the year. Fine table. Suites with
private hath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
Sanitary arrangements. Elevator to nil floors.
Special' early season rates. Capacity 250.
MRS. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor.
HOTEL CHELSEA
Occupying entire block front In the fashionable
Chelsea section: 300 bedchambers, with private
bath (fresh and sea water't. IHgb-elase orchestra,
rat", grill, etc. French chefs. Golf privileges.
Autos meet train*. Booklet. Open all year.
.7 B THOMPSON & CO
*?'1 Vir*?. 1 ? Virginia ave. :?nd
The Wiltshire
850. Private baths, running water in rooms, ele
vator. etc. Music. Special?$12.50 up wklv. $2.50
up dly. Open all year. Bklt. SAMUEL "ELLIS.
HOTEL
HOTEL CRESTON
Montpelier ave and the Boardwalk. Private
baths: running water In all rooms: elevator to
street. Now open. H. M. REEVES.
HOTEL FRANCIS
Michigan ave. near Beach. Noted for table.
F-ee pressing rooms for batblng. Man In at
tendance to care for suits. Write for booklet.
J F. and M. C. DONOVAN.
EDISON
Grand family hotel. All con
veniences. Elev. Bathe from
Louse. Ocean view. Rate*.
$!?> week up. Table specialty. Cater to good
class Music. EDW. MURTHA. Michigan ave.
CLARENDON HOTEL
Virginia ave. near Beaeh.
Write for free booklets and rates.
OSTEND
The Stratton
Ky. are. near
Beach. Home
like. Excellent
table. $2upd'ly. $9upw*kly Mrs. S. Ella Stratton
Occupying an eotlm block of ocean front and
eoonected wi?h the famous Boardwalk: In the
?opular Ojeise* se^t'.oc: capacitv, 500. unusual
ly largt*. cool ro?>m*. with unoi?atructed rlew of
o*eac frtjui all; every appointment and c^mfort;
sea and fresh water In ail bath#; running water
in room*. 4.000 feet of porrt.es surro ind the ho
tel. the new dining room overlooks the sea; flneat
cuiaifia and wr.ste aervic^. orchetiTr'h of soioiata;
danciotr twl?-e daily soda! diversions inagnlfl
?^nt pa.'m lounge; ?i^c|H) $17 v? up weekly:
Illustrated booklet mailed an'o in^e*, train's
?aanag^int-n* ?.y ?mnera JOHN C. GOSSLER. Mgr.
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
??. Carolina st?. and Beach: private hatkai
malng water la vooms. Elevator to atvael
TROVER BROOK
Paclilk ave abova 1511?>!a. FIREPROOF.
Opacity. 25^j. $2.50 up dal> ? special weekly.
Cp-to da*f appointnients. Bo"ki?t. B. B iiOTT.
HALCYON HALL
Maryland ave. and Beach. 1 aq. from Steel Pier.
Special ear.y ?eas<>u rates. Mrs. A. Mcllvalna.
f THE
fD)arIb
^Blcnbcim
J7TLflfTT7CC/TY. N.J.
L
THE LEADING RESORT HOUSE
OF THE WORLD
is particularly attractive, with K> two
blocks of ocean frontage facias
south and cooled by the prevaillac
Southwest ocean bree/es during
ATLANTIC'S
GREAT SUMMER SEASON
extending from
JUNE TO OCTOBER
inclusive
It has 400 private baths, each with
se<i water, and its exquisite music,
every ni^ht throughout the year, with
special solo week-end features, is
justly celebrated. White servic? ia bath
American and a la carte dining rooms.
Theatres. Rolling-chairs. Golf and
other amusements in full swing.
OWNERSHIP MANAGrMCNT
JOSIAH WHIIf & SONS COMPANY
Hr*t*?l Maiextir Virumla ave ?n<l Hea-h.
noiei majC5llC K,.n(a'"d throu g h o u t;
. a"- 'ins: ? -an \ ie? ; rapacity, 3<l?;
, , private batl.a. white service, etc.:
.? >!"?? ia 1, $3?j up wc-kly: $2.50 up
u?. M. A. SMITH.
3T-MMES KESORTS.
ATLANTIC <ITV. X.
AMERICAN PLAN RATES
19, $10, $12.50, $15 Weekly
$2 Up Daily
BEST LOCATED POPULAR PRICE FAMILY
HOTEL IN ATLANTIC CITT. N J.
NETHERLANDS
NEW YORK AVE.. 5 YARDS FROM BOARD
WALK.
In the Heart of Finest
Bathing Section
Overlooking lawn and ocean.
Center of All Attractions
Capacity. 400: newly renovated. Kiev a tor.
private baths, running water, rooms single or
' ii suite.
luiisTially large porches. exchange parlors
and reception r<?otns, handsomely furnished fc
use of < nr
Special Free Features.
LAWN TENNIS COURT
DANCE FLOOR
Bathing Privilege Allowed From Hotel.
Shower Baths for Use of Guests.
Write for fre.. booklet itli points of interest
in Atlantic Cltv.
AT'OFST IJI'IIW \ DFT . Proprietor.
N? ?TEI> Ft iR ITS TABLE.
MILLEB CSTTAGE^
I *9"ISN.GECRGIAAVE.ATI CIT~rt.J."
Scrupulously ciean, electric lighted through
out. White ?ervlee. IT.?t and .old water baths.
$1 LT> o:id $1.50 daily. $7 and $s weekly. Estab.
30 vears. Booklet. Emerson Crouthamel. Mgr.
GRAND ATLANTIC
Virginia ave.. close to beach: rapacity. 000; prl
I vnt?- bnths. elevator. et?*.; sui>erl<>r table: $2.50
i iiji dailv. special wkly.; booklet. W. F. SIIAW.
PHILLIPS" HOUSE
Massachusetts ave. near Reach.
?ip?-n all ynir. Ilooklet. F. 1*. PHILLIPS.
j Unfrl /^rpll Overlooking Roard
XlV-J 1 E.JL. LLLiL walk at St. Charles
i place. High-class; ideal location; elevator: mod
erate rates, open all year. It. .TT'STER.
WINDERMERE
; South Carolina ave.. L'tid iionse from beach. Ele
I vator. Special early rates. K ?'. d: M. A. Bender.
f f|D A IMP St. Tharles place and beach
Lv/IVMPrivate fresh and *ea water
brths. running water in rooms: elevator: superior
: table. Reduced early season rstes. Coach at
^rajln* A. K. Wajmer. Pron. TV. R. Ijrton. Mgr.
WESTMONTHOTEL
itllODE ISLAND AVE. FATING OCEAN.
Capacity. 250. Special season rat^s.. Tonic i
taths. Auto bus. FREDERICK KM IN. Jr.
BERKSHIRE INN :
end Virginia a\?*. High-class cuisine. Spring
rates. $10 to SI7 w'kly; $L.' up dally; elevator. ;
i E. DICKINSON. j
ASBI'RV P\RK, X. .1.
THE LAFAYETTE
As bury Park. N. J. Exclusive pntronage. Pri
vate and public tub. shower and needle baths.
Bachelor apartments. Running water in every
room. White service. Booklet.
Open May till Octotier. M. II. FROST.
HOTEL PARK VIEW
Block from ocean, on Atlantic square. Room"
single en on suite with bath. Elevator. Capac
ity. 30o. LI-OYD EVANS. Mgr.
THE PLYMOUTH ! r
HOTEL ALBION
NF.W. One of the most modern hotels on ocean !
front. E. I>. TOWNSEND.
ve., block |
? m ocean, j
Special season rates. First-class service. ;
C. GILLESPIE. Prop.
THE MADISON
A high-c!as= family hotel , block from ocean, j
overlooking Sunset I>ake. facing a pork. Ctpac
itv, 150. Write for i>ooklel. J. K. DOOM AN. j
THE FENIMORE
Now open for .'{2nd sea???u. i
THOS. NOBLE, j
Hotel Thedford "h !
Suites with bith. Refined patronage. Booklet, j
HARRY Dl'FFIELD. Own-.- and Prop. j
METROPOLITAN
ASBl'RY PARK. N. J.
OPE.V THROCCtHOl'T THE YK\R.
New, Modern. Concrete Construction. Cen
trally located, Luxurious Suites, Private Baths.
Running water in all rooms.
White Service, Munie, Tennin Court*.
SHKRM W O. DENNIS, >fnn..Ker.
Former assistant manager New Monterey. Ac
commodations iJOO.
BEACH HAVEN. N". J.
THE ENGLESIDE
OPENS JUNE 17TH.
Tbe best combination of genuine seashore fea
tnrea on the Atlantic Coast. Matchless fishing,
sailing, bathing, etc.?ocean and bay.
THE ENGLESIDE offers all modern appoint
ments, sea and fresh water private baths.
Orchestra. Oarage. Booklet.
R. F. ENOLE. Manager.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
They are fishing now in the |
new
Cape May Harbor
Which has an area of 500
acres, land-locked.
And off the jetty stone piles, j
Sea Bathing Has Begun j
On the finest beach in the
world.
Rent a Cottage Now
And enjoy the golfing, tennis, |
boating and automobiling.
For booklet, address E. J.
Jerrell. secretary. Board of
Trade, Cape May. N. J.
capr May. iv. j.
AMERICA'S FINEST BATHING BEACH
Openii Jane 16th forth# Heuoun
ROOMS 160 BATH ROOMS
Fireproof construction. Conducted on the
American Plan, white service throughout.
GOLF TENNIS. BOATING. FISHING.
GARAGE. Saddle Horses with instructors
Address: Hotel Cape May.
f'tpt! Mav. ?f. J.
JAMES E. GALBREY. Manager
NORTH BEACH HAVEN. N^ J.
BREAKERS HOTEL ' n 5.
June is. Finest bathing fishing. boating
Ylrst-ciasa table. Rooklel and rate*.
V A AUSTIN.
OCEAN CITY. W. J.
OCEAN CITY, N. J.
As Ideal Summer Playirround
for tke Entire Family.
Every clean, high clas- amusement of
sr. up to date resort. Mod*ru boteta aart
w??K-conducted boerdlng h<?u?es offer every
comfort tbat can be desired.
A broad snd *afe bathing beach, yacht
and CD?r<>r boat clubs. sailing and fishing,
good automobile roads, golf.
One hour from Philadelphia; only a
few miles from Atlantic City. Frequent
and fast electric cars connect the board
<ra!ka of the two reports. New automo
bile bridge shortens anto route from
Washington to Ocean City by several
miles
(Miolce cottage*, furnished and unfur
nished. for sale or rent.
For further information write
HAKHY A. MORRIS.
City Clerk, Oceaa City, N. J.
Sew Jersey State Summer School for
teachers located at Ocean City for sum
mer ??f 1915. For details write T. D.
Sensor, I?epartment of Public Instruc
tion. Trenton. N. J.
NEW HARTFORD
ii???d. rates, homelike. <>|>en* June 19, 10?h *ea
?<>a THOS. J ARMSTRONG. Prop.
SEAGIRT, N. J.
THETREMONT SSWST
Right i Hi the beach: every room full ocean
view; refined family hotel: no boardwalk, coun
try like, bathing; tennis; dancing, booklet.
*
SUMMER RESORTS.
OCEAN GROVE. Si. J.
NEW PHILADELPHIA ?s!5?.
(Vean Pathway, ruolwtnictcd view of ocean
and Auditorium: broad verawla*. Mrs. C. A. Cox.
PARKVIEW
Sfa View iivc. Facing l4?ke. Ocean. Anbury's
Casino. Klec. lights. airy rooms. II. WAIN
WRIGHT. Prop. Formerly of the Summertleld.
HOTEL SHELBURNE
Ocean Pathway. Entirely new. Ilot ami cold
runuing wafer in all rooms*. Private hath*.
Address V. C. HAYNES.
WILD WOOD, X. J.
AH signs point to the biggest
season in the phenomenal his
torv of
wnsmawss
And Wlldwood Crest
These wonderful resorts are teeming
with activity. Preparations arc under way
for splendid entertainment. Their natural
advantage of ecwlest bref7.es and best bathing
beach art* attracting thousands.
Kent your oottafce. bungalow or
apartment NOW. Don't leave thin
important matter until later, or
you may not he able to jjet what
you want. You had better make
your hotel reservations early this
year.
Fast, convenient train service on
both Reading and Pennsy. For
beautifully illustrated booklet
write today to
J. WHITESELL, City Clerk,
Wild wood, \. J.
WILDWOOD'S
LEADING HOTELS
Capacities. -00 to 250. Near beach, lioard
\v:tlk .?tml amusements. Pleasant social life.
C? .aches meet all trains, Booklets. For de
tails address the following i.otels nt Wild
wood. N. .1.:
EDGETON IW J. A. HARRIS
IIADDO.N II ALL. . N. A. RANDOLPH
shi;i,1)o\ D. J. WOODS
ADKLI'III-WITTK MRS. H. WITTE
IlKACHWOOD ( . II. KURTZ
DOR SKY J. K. WHITESELL
fej?end \our Vacation at Dellghtfnl
WILD WOOD. NEW JERSEY.
For beautiful booklet and informatios writa
j wihteskll. Citr Olerk.
SPRING LAKE REACH. \. J.
Essex & Sussex
HOTEL ANI) C OTTAGES.
Th* Hotel fir Luxf of the Atlantic Coast
SPUING LAKE HEATH, N. .1.
A SEAS1IORK RKSORT OF REFINEMENT.
WILL OPEN JUNE I2TH.
Directly ?>n the ocean. All bathrooms
'??pilpped with hot anil cold sen water. Ten
nis courts. Excellent Golf Course. Grill.
Hotel orchestra. Social diversion.
DAVID B. PLL'MER, Manager,
Hooking Ottice: ."?W* ."itli Ave.. N. V.
F. T. Keating. Personal Representative.
MARYLAND.
BAY VIEW ,'y,!?'0??D
River Springs. Md. Salt water bathing. flsh
imr. crabbing. l?>atins:. dancing. Imhiim by
motor over perfect road. Md.. !>??! A: Va. steam
ers to Bushwood or via Colonial Beach. Reason
able rates. 11. F. BRADLEY. Prop.
River Springs Hotel and Cottages
Eighty miles down the Potomac, where there
is salt-water bathing. crabbing, fishing and
motorboating. Sixty-five miles l.y fine auto
mobile road. Delightful summer report or for
iwk end parties. Cub-ken dinner. $1. Phone
Ohaptico lft.".4 Booklet. It D BLACK
ISTONE. Proprietor, River Springs. Md. Wash
lugton otfl.-,.. W. BLACKISTONE. 717 14th s?.
THE MT. LAKE HOTEL,
MT. LAKE PARK. Maryland Open May 20
Splendid health resort. All attractions popular
at summer hotel. VV. C. DITNNINGTOX, Prop.
EMERSON POINT FARM. ON MILES RIVER.
Short trip from Washington: two roand trips
daily: beautiful water location; salt water
boating and bathing. REFERENCES EX
CHANGED. EMERSON POINT FARM. Mr
Daniel, Md.
LOCH LYNN HOTEL,
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK. MD. Open June 10.
Crest of the beautiful Alleghanlea. Write for
booklet. L. B. C LIST. Propr.
BETTKRTON. MP.
BAYSIDE INN
Highest elev.: magnificent view of Ches. bay;
Itrge verandas; shady lawns: mod. ronv.; garage.
Hotel Rigbie, Betterton, Md.
On (ThesajK-ak" bay. High elevation. Fine wa
ter view. All resort amusements. 3-hour trip
from Baltimore Orchestra. Write for booklet.
BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD.
THE NIBRAH HOUSE
( rest of Catoctln mountains; every up-to-date
accommodation: wide porches; good table; par
age; booklet. Mrs. JENNIE A. HARBIN.
Hotel Brad dock
Only 2 hour* from Waahlac
ton. via B. * 0. B.R. Opens for
season MAY 29. Located in the
beautiful Blue Ridge mts.; high
elevation; unsurpassed scenery;
large, cool rooms; spneloaa
porches; all modern conven
iences and amusements. Special
Reduced Rates for June. For
booklet, rates, etc., address
H. C. BOND, Mgr..
Brad dork Helfhta. Md.
MASSACHUSETTS.
THE HARBOR VIEW
East Gloucester, Mass.
Situated directly on Gloucester Bay. Plaz/a
400 feel Ion g. Private telephone exchange con
necting rooms. Tennis court. Table a special
feature. Booklet. W. F. OSBORNE.
LENOX. .MASS.
Hotel Aspinwall
LENOX. MASS. Three golf courses, saddle horses,
tennis, dancing, motoring:, etc. Accommodate*
500. Opens June 19. Cottage* to rent. Write
for circular. W W. BROWN. Also ORANLIDEN
HOTEL. Lake Sunn pee. N. H.
NEW YORK.
PAVILION HOTEL-,
AND COTTAGES
SHARON SPRINGS. N. Y.
OPEN JUNE J4, IBIo.
The c#flebrated WHITE SULPHIR
SPRINGS AND BATHI\(; ESTAB
LISHMENT, last season being the largest
In its history, lias been thoroughly renovated
and enlsrgrd to supply the lncreaxed demand;
Now oj>en. Sulphur. Piue Needle, Douches^
Steam Massage, Inhalation. Nauheim Baths
for treatment of RHETMATISM. GOIJT
SKIN AND NERVOUS DISEASES OF THlfc
RESPIRATORY ORGANS. MALARIA AND
HEART DISEASE. Folder* 0n application.
JOHN H. GARDNER A SON,
W. H. CRAIG, Leasee.
LAKE PLACID, nr. y.
THE N B \V
Whiteface Inn
DESIRABLE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE PLACID
AD1RONDACKS, NEW YOBK
Cottages and camps for rent.
ADDRESS, HOTEL GRAFTON. CITY.
COOf ERSTOWN, 1*. I.
O-TE-SA-GA
Ob Otsego Lake, Coopentowa, N.Y.
OOLF. Jon. IS to October I. MOTOHIHO.
TBNNIS. Rooklnc Mom. BOATUO.
Tb. Pikoli. I w?.t T2ik1 fft.. Yorfc.
tPPEH KAHANAC LAKE. H. T.
SARANAC INN
NOW OPE*. Upper Saraaac Lake.
CAMPS TO RENT.
Harrington Mills, Mgr., Upper Saraaac, V. T.
SUMMER RESORTS.
ADIRONDACK^.
Up in Smoke
Those worries that
seemed so large to you
in the rush of the city
vanish in the camp
fire's smoke in Northern
New York's zestful air.
There's a delightful es
cape for you from the
city's care if you travel
over the
Delaware ^ Hudson
Shortest. Quickest and Best Line BetweenAen^tork and Montreal.
Whether it's Lake Champlain, with its historical associations,
beautiful Lake George, or the charm of the Adirondacks you seek,
there's no more comfortable way of getting there than that offered
by the dependable *'D. & H." Through trains leave New York ?
Grand Central Terminal. Hudson River Boat Lines make
connections with "D. & H." trains at Albany or Troy.
A Summer Paradise" it a book full useful facto
out in absorbing manner. Send 6c for it today.
. POWERS, G. P. A.
Albany. N. Y.
New York City Information
Bureau, 1354 Brotadway
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL
Lake George. N. Y.
HOTEL CHAMPLAIN
on Lake CHamplain, Bluff Point. N. Y.
Albert Thiariot, Manager.
On the line the D. & H.. also reached by auto. Com
pleted State Roads?scenic route from points via Albany,
Saratoga, Lake George. Sehroon Lake, Elizabethtown.
Lake Champlain to Montreal.
0LD
ORCHARD
MAINE
n i ? .1 p^.
BEACjj
MOS'
OST famous surf-bathing resort on the New England Coast?104 miles
from Boston. Finest unobstructed, level beach In America, embrac
ing a stretch of clear, smooth sand extending seven miles alonpr the
ocean front, 500 feet wide. Outdoor attractions of every description,
including bathing, boating,, sailing, fishing and tennis. The automobile
roads in this section are the best in the state. Splendid trolley rides. Un
rivaled climatic conditions, with a rool, invigorating, salt-air? atmosphere.
Hotels that are clean, comfortable and charming in every respect;
being- adapted to the requirements of their guests, and inviting a class of
patronage that assures the permanent popularity and continued develop
ment of the resort.
Write any of the following for rates, reservations or information:
Hotel
Abbott Honsf.
Capacity |
100
Hotel ' Capacity | Hotel Capacity
Elite Hotel 75 j Jones House 20
Atlantic Hoane lOO, Klenroere House 40! Montreal House ... 00
Bay View Hotel 10O J Everett Hotel 150|.\ew Llnwood Hotel. 60
Hoyden Hrtvine.
Forest Pier Hotel.
Breakers-by-the-Sea. .50' t.oodnll Hon hp
70 ! Ocean House
.. 50 ; The Florence.
.200
30
Brunswick Hotel. . . . 100 | C.ranlte City Cottage.40 Waverly Cottage. ... 22
Cliane Holme & .Hotel Vesper 200 . Wild wood Farm 20
Cottages 301 Ingleside Houae 501 Ye Surf House 60
Throngh Pullman service from Mfw York City,
Steamship service from New York and Boston to Portland.
MAINE.
Maine
Coast
Peak* Inland Kouw
Oprnii In June.
Accommodationn
for .m All Hide
trfpx panlly reached.
Ahvayn cool. 15 miu
ule?" nail from Portland.
Me. Boating:, flaking and
bathing;. Telegraph and
telephone connection*.
For booklet address
It E. KOWB,
IVaks Island
House.
I'eaks Island,
Maine.
I Nrtlui
?? l>Mt| l>lul
James Cunninaham Co
BOOKLTT J J M?h?r hji
"On the Beautiful
Coast of Maine"
J?
Extenalvely Remodeled
and Improved thla Afl <&'<*?
Long Dlatanee Phoae VT^
In Every Room. ?>?
Klev.tor and . V O^SB 28
y+X* GOLF
f <;ood ROADS
^'LARCiE r.ARAUK
In Connection with
Honae.
Magnificent Ocean View.
Write for Ratea and Booklet.
THE PARKER HOUSE
Kennebunkport, Maine
A first-class family hotel. Ace. 150: orchestra,
boating, fishing; B minutes to golf links; ratea
reasonable; booklet. SAMUEL B. BOYD. Prop.
OTTAWA HOUSE
cushino'S ISLAND,
Portland Harbor, Mc.
OPEN JUNE 24. Seashore and country combined.
Cap.. 260. Booklet. E. W. BOYCE OO . Prop.
THE HASTINGS-LYMAN
York Reach, Maine.
Under new management, entirely remodeled
and refitted. One of best situated hotels on
water front at this famous resort. Bathing,
TVnnis. etc. Booklet, rates and further in
formation on request. (JlWEN ic CO.
OCEANIC HOTEL
kennebunkport, me.
On ocean front. Rooms with or without bath.
Bathing, sailing, tennis, lf^hole golf course,
canoeing <lood music, dancing. Ac.-otntnodates
16.V Booklet. F. E. LIU'AS. Mgr.
~KENNEBUNK BEACH, ME.
MINERAL SPRING HOUSE.
Exceptional location, overlooking ocean; su
perior table; fresh vegetables; golf; tennis;
music: booklet; cottage for rent. Address H.
I,. EDO CO MB. Mlddleboro. Mass.
HOTEL PARK FIELD Po?'3..
Open June 1?At the entrance to Portsmouth Har
bor; booklet. E. M. FR18BEB. Prop.
YORK HARBOR, MAINE.
|j _| A Ikrsrrs SUPERB view OF
Motel AiDracca Atlantic ocean.
Seashore and country combined. Garage. Book
let and terms on request. BAKER A BiKBR.
DELAWARE.
FOR rent?furnished COTTAGE FOR THE
summer; sanitary plumbing; bot and cold
water.
MRS. E. B. RILBY. Rchohoth. Del.
REHOBOTH BEACH. DEL.
HOTEL HENLOPEN
JUNE TO OCTOBER. Season 1915.
Booklet. WALTER BL'IiTON, Owner ?i
XEW HAMPSHIRE.
White Mountains
THE AGASSIZ
Bethlehem, N. H.
ALWAYS OPEN*. All conveniences. Moderate
ate*. Rookie; and terras up??xi request.
NEIL MAI MIIJ,AN. Prop.
GRANLIDEN HOTEL
LAKE SUN A PEE, N. H. Gateway to White
Mountain*. On Ideal Tour. Fine golf course,
saddle horses, tennis, boating. csuoeing, bathing,
fishing, darning, etc. Accommodates 300. Open
.lime 16. Cottaees to rent. Write for circular,
w. W BROWN. Also HOTEL ASPINWALL,
iienox. Mans.
TWENTY COTTAGES. OPEN JULY 1st.
Catering to those who wish a summer homa
fn a resort favored with a clientele of the
highest order. ON IDEAL TOUR. Fine ga
rage. Golf, Tenuis, Boating, Fishing.
C. II. GREENLEAF, Pres.
Booking Office In Charge E. B. RICH.
Hotel Vendome, Boston. Mass.
ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE 8UNAPEB.
Soo-Nipi Park Lodge
AND COTTAGES. LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H.
The Foothills of the White Mountains.
Modem Hotel with Private Baths. Eleva
tor. etc. Open June 22. Superb Golf Course,
Sailing. Boating, Fishing, etc. Garage. For
Information regarding accommodations and
cottages address L. M. WAITS, Mgr., 18
West 28th St., New York.
L
AKE WINNIPESAUKEE
AKESIDE HOUSE, Weirg, N. H.
SpeclrJ rates given to families, parties ?r
persons making long stay.
| Private baths. GAItAGE. BOOKLET.
- EDWIN_T^MILTON. Prop.
PENNSYLVANIA.
WATER GAP HOUSE
The Mountain Paradise.
DELAWARE WATER GAP.
The leading resort hotel In the mountains
of Pennsylvania. Now fully open, and is
especially attractive during
June and Early Summer
Highest altitude, coolest location; no noise
or dust from railroads or highways: capacity.
500. Every modern convenience and comfort.
!S>w Palm Court Cafe and Grill.
SPECIAL EARLY SEASON RATES.
Scenic booklet and auto map on request.
JOHN PURDY (/OPE, Propr.
enaVistaSpringKotel
IN THE IEAUTIFUL BLUE MIDGE MOUNTAINS
on W. M. R. R., 2000 feet above sea. Season
[opens June 24. Modem equipment, beautiful
surroundings, splendid cnisine and service.
Pur* aprinff water, tint
(?'or rata* and booklet
A. J. rorP, Mgr.,
WOODMONT BL,TE Rin<iR
VV 1 , SUMMrr ,,A
Magnificent mountain view; 3 minutes* walk from
station; excellent cuisine and service. Booklet.
The Finest Resort Hotel
In Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Mount Pleasant House
Mount Pocono, Penna.
Rebuilt "nlarged?modernised. 1<? rooms.
^4 en suite with private bath. st?d running
water in rooms. Bell service, gai. orchestra.
an'' outdoor sports.
FREE OARAGE?acconim.odations for 40
car?- Charming walks, good roads, magnifi
cent views. Unique In quailtv of food, cook
ing and service. OPEN at.t. YEAR. For
illustrated literature, room plan, auto map and
rates address
W. D. & H. M. LEECH.
WERXER8V1LLB, PA.
GALEN HALL
in the Mountains
Wernersville* Pa.
Delightful Spring Resort. Dry Air. Out
look of 35 Miles. Curative and Tonic Baths.
Superior cuisine. Good Roads. Resident phy
sician. N. Y. Office, 243 Fifth Ave.
HOWARD M. WING,
GALEN MOUNTAIN CO. Manager.
P. L. YOUNG. Gen*I Mgr.
EAGLES mere PARK, PA,
THE forest INN,bIi?;ng'?V,.,"bd
Large, new addition; rooms with bath. Furnished
stages. Booklet, EDGAR R. KlfcSS.
SUMMER RESORTS.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Fares from Niagara
Falls:
To Montreal and
return $18.55
To Quebec and re
turn $25.30
To Saguenay River
and return..$34.55
The Invasion of
Canada
This summer. Canada expects to be invaded by an
army of American Tourists?thousands strong. And
a big: section of that army will come because
of the unique attractions of- the Niagara-to-the
Sea trip.
If you like old-world quaintness. you can get It in
Quebec, ff you like excitement, you'll get it In the St.
Lawrence Rapids. If you like lakes and rivers and
islands, you'll enjoy every mile of our 800 mile trip.
You'll admire our beautiful hotels at Murray Bay and
Tadousac.
Citizens of the United Staites require no passports;
no restrictions: all is "plain sailing" for the tourist.
Come and enjoy your vacation to the full in this sunny
vacation-land of the North. First of all, get the book
entitled '"Niagara to the Sea." Send 6c. in stamps to
cover cost of mailing.
Thos. Henry, Passenger Traffic Manager,
Canada Steamship Lines, Limited
198 Victoria Square, Montreal.
CANADA.
[usKOfcl
I Virgin takes dotted with pine-clad
! islands. Up-to-date hotels, including
' Royal Muskoka. scattered about this
marvelous holiday country, help you
enjoy a real health-givlnt! vacation.
Rates range from 9 lOper week up.
Malaria, mosquito*, hay lexer un
known. More real holiday enjoyment
for less monev than anvwhere else in
\ the world. List of hotelsfrom Mask oka
Narration Cs.. Toronto. Ontario Can.
VIRGINIA. *
| PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER WITH RESTFUL
home. Hound Hill. Vh.. desires few congenial
hoarders; lurg* screened rooms. veranda, shady
grounds. beautiful scenery. garden and milk:
reasonable raft's. Box 1W. Star office. *
THE STRIPLING SPRINGS,
SHENANDOAH MTS.
Al.l .M. SULPHUR AM) CHALYBEATE Waters.
Altitude. 1.G50; acreage. 1,44)0; aver. max.
temp.. 7b'. Hates. $S.0O. $10.00. Spd?! for HO
page illustrated booklet. R. H. stations, Stauntim
aud Slokesville. F. CHICHESTER,
Mount Solon. Augusta Co.. Va.
MAYS AX ETTA SPRINGS HOTEL
Rockingham t ounty, Virginia.
New hrlck structure. thoroughly modern.
Public and private baths, hot and cold water
and electric lights In every room. Large new
swimming pool, ample dressing rooms aud bath
ing suits. Tennis courts, bowling alleys, croquet
grounds, good walks and driveways.
The Mas*anetta water a specific for malaria,
kidney and stomach trouble. Open June I.
Address MASSANETTA SPRINGS CO.. INC..
Box 274. Harrisonburg. Va.
HEALING SPRINGS HOTEL
Ownership -and management same as
the famous Homestead Hotel at t'>e Vir
ginia Hot Springs <3 miles from it; use
same railroad sta.); NO HUMIDITY; NO
mosquitoes; saddle horses, golf, ten
nis. bowling; medicinal baths; ALTI
TUDE, 2.500 FEET; MAXIMUM SUM
MER TEMPERATURE, 85 DEGREES.
Rates. SI7.50 to $25.00 per week.
Booklet No. 3. H. ALBERT. Prop.
| Orkney Springs Hotel and Baths,
Orkney Springs. Va. Open June 1. Beautiful
mountains. Always cool. Elevation. 2,300.
Restorative waters equal Carlsbad. Germany.
Free amusements, dancing, pool, tennis, cro
quet. Good table. Reasonable rates. Ca
ps city^OO^Boo^LlLC^ART^^rop.
AURORA, W. VA.
AURORA HOUSE ^?A*A
ON TOP OF THE BEAUTIFUL ALLEGHANTES.
open .tune 15. Comfortable, homelike, restful,
food table. Delightful climate, grand scenary.
very moderate rates.
E. O. BENSON. Lessee and Mgr.
BROOKS IDE, W. VA.
BR00KSIDE INN ANDCOTTAGES
10 miles from Oakland. Md. (Post Office). I
Finest mountain section in West Virginia.
Exceptionally appointed Inn and Cottages of
fer every comfort, invigorating breezes, beau
tiful scenery; farm table; garage. Booklet.
Address until June 17th, E. J. KIRKPAT
RICK, Newton. Bucks Co., Pa.
harpers ferry, w. va.
TL- I ArlrwnnH Harpers Ferry; overlooking
1 ne LOCKWOOu rivers. Large and shady
grounds. Tennis and dancing. Good table. For
mer patronage solicited. Mrs. A. P. DANIEL.
BRACKETT HOUSE?A SUMMER home FOR
a few select families; on Camp Hill, near sta
tion; ample grounds; pure water; mountain
air; garden, chickens, cows. Mrs. C. Newcomer.
MOUNTAIN BOARD.
Western Maryland Railway
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN
Hotel and Boarding House List Now Ready.
Copy Mailed U|>on Application.
C. F. STEWART, G. P. A.. Baltimore. Md.
EUROPE.
PARIS ruAisKjt
DADIC Opposite Tnlleries Gardens.
I AIxIiJ Special War Rates at
Hotels St. James & D*Albany
Full South; 300 Rooms; 100 Bathrooms.
TO INSPECT NEW TENDER.
George C. Cook of Lighthouse Bu
reau to Superintend Work.
George Crouse Cook, an assistant en
gineer of the bureau of lighthouses, has
been assigned to superintend the con
struction of the new lighthouse tender
Cedar at Long Beach. Cal. The Cedar
will be of 1,800 tons displacement, the
largest vessel ever constructed for the
lighthouse service. It is intended for
duty off the Alaskan coast.
Mr. Cook has been stationed for some
time in this city. His wife and their
two children will accompany him to
the Pacific coast. Mr. Cook won
honors in an engineering course at
Glasgow University. In Scotland, and
has had considerable experience in en
gineering work abroad as well as in
this country. For several years he
followed his profession in New York
and was a lecturer there on shipbuild
ing for the board of education, and an
instructor in naval architecture at the
Nautical College. He designed a num
ber of vessels In New York. Mr.
Cook is a member of the Institution
of Naval Architects and of the Royal
Societies Club, London.
Boy Accidentally Stabbed.
Suffering from a stab wound in his
ritfht chest, Joseph Morgan, sixteen
years old. 225 12th street southwest, was
taken to Emergency Hospital yesterday
afternoon from the plant of the Cudahy
Packing Company, 203 7th street north
west. The boy told the police that a
companion had accidentally stabbed him.
Warrant for "Wife Deserter."
Detective Jacob Berman has gone to
Scranton, Pa., with papers for the arrest
of Samuel Petrello, a former resident of
this city, who Is charged with having
deserted his wife and several children
more than two years ago.
WIDOW BURNS UP MONEY
IN THE KITCHEN RANGE
Her Son Sends the Ashes to the
Treasury and Redemption Prob
ably Will Follow.
Again and agal^ it has been estab
lished that "The First National Bank"
?the old stocking, the teapot, the chim
ney recess and other secret depositories
for cash?is no more surely safe than
established financial institutions. Now
the family kitchen range is discovered
to be deficient in security and the con
fidence of the hoarder of money is
shaken in its last resource.
"Account of my mother's habit, hid
ing her money in the oven at night
for safety, she has burn eight dol
lars Sunday morning," writes a New
Jersey correspondent to the Secretary
of the Treasury, under a seal that also
inclosed blackened ashes of burned pa
per. "I am sending you the ashes to
I see if you could help us,- as mother is
| a widow and need the money badly. It
was one five and single bills."
The expert examiner of mutilated and
burned money has a lense on the re
mains. It is probable that the denomi
nation of the bills will be determined
positively?as has been done before un
der seemingly impossible circum
stances?and the amount restored to
the poor widow.
For there is the case of the widow's
pig, which chewed up her money after
finding its hiding place in the kitchen.
And when the pig was cut open, the
digested money was forwarded to the
United States Treasury and the de
nomination determined without much
much trouble.
So nothing is impossible to this ex
pert.
ASKS UNCLE SAM'S BACKING.
Ambitious Young Man Wants to
Borrow $2,000 Through Treasury.
A young man, a couple of years over
his majority, applies to the Secretary
of the Treasury to finance him in a
business opportunity offered to him.
He offers the seourity of his personal
notes. a.nd is willing to make it a short
time loan. He asks for $2,000. He de
clares he can provide first-class refer
ences and indorsers.
"I am twenty-three years of age,"
reads his application, "and an oppor
tunity has presented itself whereby I
can go into a business of which I am
thoroughly familiar. I find that I will
have to use $2,000 in order to set things
going right.
"1 write this letter to find out if
the government of the United States
will loan me that amount, and by giv
ing notes to pay it back in a short
time. You, being Secretary of the
Treasury, could possibly arrange to
have me secure this loan from some
government bank. I can furnish excel
lent references and indorsers."
There is little prospect that his ap
plication will be favorably considered,
owing to the lack of legislation and
federal authority to boost the ambi
tions of individuals by financial sup
port.
MAY OPEN NAJEMOY CREEK.
Army Engineer Steamer Pays Visit
to Maryland Tributary.
On her recent trip of inspection over
waterways under the charge of Col.
Newcomer, engineer officer in charge
of the Washington engineering dis
trict, the United States Army engineer
service steamer Castle, visited Najemoy
creek, one of the important undevelop
ed tributaries of the Potomac In Mary
land.
Soundings were made in the water
way from its mouth to Friendship
landing, a distance of about five miles,
and notes were made by the inspectors
of work that would have to be done to
open the stream in a proper manner
to navigation.
Najemoy creek sends large quantities
of wood and lumber to this city, and
big barges load railroad ties for Phila
delphia and other points there. There
are no steamboat landings on the
creek, but were it opened to navigation
by steam vessels it is probable it would
be added to the steamboat schedules
out of this city. I
NEW NAVAL MILITIA PLAN.
Secretary Daniels Approves Reorgan
ization Scheme of Board.
Secretary Daniels has approved the
plan of a special board for the reor
ganization of the naval militia, under
which every officer must take an ex
amination prescribed by the Navy. De
partment by February 17 of next year
in order to retain his commission. Ex
amination of enlisted men also is con
templated.
The plan calls for a tactical reorgan
ization of the naval militia into bri
gades. battalions and divisions. The
minimum strength of a division is for
ty-eight men, while a battalion will
consist of not less than three divi
sions and a brigade of at least eight
divisions. The highest ranking oftuer
in the naval militia is a commodore.
It pays to read the want columns of
The Star. Hundreds of situations are
filled through tliem.
COMETATITS BRIGHTEST
ABOUT JUNE 10-12 NEXT
Celestial Visitor Within 35.000.000
Miles of Earth to Be Visible to
. Southern Observers.
The Mellish oomet, which is now i he
cent**.." of astronomical attention, as far
.-?s heavenly phenomena goes, is a short,
fan-shaped celestial wanderer in the
southern rea\ens, which was picked up
last February by Prof. Mellish of the
Lowell observatory Computations of
its elements show a tail composed of
two divergent branches, in position
angles 270 decrees and 295 decrees,
one and a half nnd three-fourths de
grees long, respectively.
Some astronomers contend that thi*
comet has similar elements to th^
great comet of 1848, and computations
are now being made to test the possi
bility of the identity of the two.
The latest computations show that its
perihelion passage will occur July IT.
at a distance almost equal to that of
the earth from the sun at the same
time. Its predicted positions in the
heavens from April 30 to May 24 have
been estimated at S2.000.000 miles from
the earth on April 30; 42.000.000 miles
May 24; so that it is approaching the
sun at the rate of millions of miles a
day, increasing Its computed bright
ness six fold in this short time.
East of "Milk Dipper."
The orbit of this comet runs through
the eastern part of the constellation
Sagittarius about ten degrees east of
the "milk dipper." and the comert can
best be seen about 1 a.m. During the
early part of June this comet may be a
ftne object for southern observers, as it
will come within 35,000,000 miles of the
earth. It will be at its brightest about
June 10-12, when it will pass over th?
smaller Magellanic cloud, and be a,
southern circumpolar object.
As it recedes from the sun the orbit
of the Mellish comet will be parallel
with the neighboring /part of the
earth's orbit, so that the earth follows
it for some time at a gradually in
creasing distance. It will probably be
easily vesible to southern observers for
many months. It will, in all events,
also become telescopically observable
again in northern latitudes before it
fades away in the distance from our
system.
TO PICK NAVAL CHIEFS.
Secretary Daniels Must Recommend
Several Appointments.
The Secretary of the Navy w 11
shortly be called upon to name a com
mandant for the Charleston navy yard
to sucoeed Rear Admiral John H. Ed
wards, U. S. N., who will retire on ac
count of age in July. He is also ex
pected to designate the successor of
Rear Admiral Victor Blue, I". S. N.t
chief of the bureau of navigation, and
a new commandant for the Philadel
phia navy yard at the same time. These
appointments probably will be made
during the latter part of June or the
first of July.
Rear Admiral Henry T. Mayo, U. S.
N., commander of the second division
of the Atlantic fleet, will probably be
designated by the President as second
in command of that fleet with the rank
of vice admiral, in accordance with the
naval appropriation act of March 3,
1915. The other vacancies in the rank
of vice admiral may be filled shortly,
but the selections have not yet been
made.
BOOST FOB WASHINGTON.
Effort to Bring Convention of Osteo
paths Here Next Year.
Osteopaths of Washington are plan
ning to make a strenuous effort to
bring about the selection of the Na
tional Capital as the meeting place for
the 1916 convention of the American
Osteopathic Association. A delegation
of practitioners of this city is planning
to attend the convention of the associa
tion to be held in August in Portland.
Ore., and boost for Washington.
More than 1,000 delegates usually at
tend the convention of the American
Osteopathic Association, which gen
erally lasts about a week. Among the
Washingtonians who are to work lor
the selection of this city as the meet
ing place in 1916 are Dr. Merton A.
English, Dr. W. S. Jones, Dr. G. U.
Kirkpatrick, Dr. C. U. Little, Dr.
Pollock, Dr. W. L. Smith. Dr. C. H.
Stearns and Dr. C. D. Swope.
STABVATI0N IN ALBANIA.
State Department Has Been Asked to
Expedite Belief Work.
Charles R. Crane of the executive
committee of the Albanian relief fund
has appealed to Secretary Bryan for
government co-operation to facilitate
the shipment of supplies from the
United States to famine sufferers in
Albania. Italy recently declared a
blockade of that Balkan nation.
The relief committee's information,
Mr. Crane stated, showed 300,000 per
sons in Albania were homeless and
starving, that 30,000 had perished of
hunger and cold and that thousands
more would die unless help reached
them.
A ship loaded with corn is ready to
proceed to Albanian ports under au
spices of the relief fund. Mr. Crane
said, and the State Department will
take steps to expedite its voyage.
GEN. CABTEB IS UPHELD.
Secretary Garrison Approves His
Recommendations.
Secretary Garrison has approved ih*
action of Maj. Gen. William H. Carter,
commanding tile Hawaiian Department
of the army, in advocating compulsory
military education before the Hawaiian
legislature. That action upon G?n. Car
ter's part brought criticism upon the
officer and complaint to the War Depart
ment.
Mr. Garrison's Investigation showed
that Gen. Carter appeared before the
tegislature by request and that the
statements he made were in response to
questions addressed to him. The Sec
retary accordingly decided that Gew
Cater's action was "perfectly proper,"
and he has sent a communication to hi.n
approving his action.
Organization of Colored Choirs.
The- District of Columbia branch of the
National Federation of Colored Choirs
was organised at a meeting of lo< al
colored choirs held Fridas* night at. the
Metropolitan A. M. E. Church, and the
following temporary officers were elec: -
ed: R. T. Nelson of the Metropolitan
Choir, president; Miss Hattie G. Jones
of Azalia Hackle? Choral, secretary;
Mrs. Alberta Davis of Mt. Moriaii O'.v v
assistant secretary; William H. Brour,
of Third Baptist Choir, chaplain; E. X.
Broadenax, director of Galbraith A. M.
E. Zion Choir, deputy organiser. The
next meeting Is to be held at Galbrai:h
A. M. E. Zion Church. 6th between 1.
and M streets northwest, on the night of
June 25.
Mrs. Bradford Asks Absolute Divorce
Absolute divorce Is asked in a peti
tion filed in the District Supreme Court
by Mrs. Elsie Godwin Bradford against
Granville C. Bradford. The couple were
married at Rockville May 10, 1913, and
have one child.
Attorneys F. L. Fish back and K. P.
Colladay appear for the wile.

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