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COBA CALLS HALT ON
PANICKY ARTICLES
I'resident Ztmts Warns Ha
vana Papers to Beware of
Shaking Confidence.
SOLVENT BANKS INJCRED
Government to Take Other
Steps if llnrtful Publicity
Continues.
Havana, May 30.?steps have b an
taken by the t'uban Government with
the object of preventing: disturbance of
financial confidence through ill advineij
publicity, it was stated tlits afternoon to
the Associated Press by the Cuban flec
retary of the Treasury, Sebastlen Geia
bert.
Through his own initiative, not in 011
fteduence of any protest by tlte foreign
banks. President Zuyas several days airo
conferred with tiie directors of the Ha
vana newspapers, according to Secretary
Colabert. and urged the advisability of
extreme care regarding the publication
of articles treating on the financial sit
uation. Should the newspapers disre
gard the Government's request, the Sec -
retary continued, such other methods is
might be deemed necessary would be
tAken to protect Cuban financial institu
. tions.
Representatives of the leading North
American and Canadian banks, who re
cently conferred with the President,
wc^c assured that tlte Government was
disposed to give them every guarantee,
without the necessity of presenting a for-'
mal complaint or adopting measures
such as temporary suspension of opera
tions, which it was reported the leading
hanks considered they might be impelled
to take. ^
Secretary Gelnbert pointed out tliat
the Government had initiated this cam
paign as a result of the recent suspen
sion of payment by several banks, which,
lie asserted, were absolutely solvent, but
which could not muster sufficient cur
rency to meet runs by depositors whose
confluence had been shaken through
newspaper stories on the banking situa
tion.
"Publicity which unjustly undermines
confidence and causes a stampede among
depositor j not only is an offence against
the Institutions actually damaged, but a
? ?fittae against the entire nation, for both
t ac financial system and the welfare of
tin- republic are atfected," .Senor Gela
bcM. declared, "and thp Government has
voluntarily adopted efficient measures
to meet this evil with ut awaiting sug
gestions or threats from outside
sources."
Major-Gen. Enoch H, Growtier, repre
senting the United States Government,
who had not conferred with President
Zayas since the President's inauguration
cm May 20, began ft serie3 of conferences
With the Chief Executive this afternoon.
?t Is expected that these will last two
weeke.
Business Troubles J
PKTfTIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
f,!nJe?.L0.no?ln? Petitions In bankruptcy were
Court* th8 Unlted District
CONSTANTINT5 TOBACCO CORPORATJ >N
pet,,,on the CDn
?tantine Tobacco Corporation, manufacturing
?8Ai. H.u"'0 on behalf of
*nX 'V-8', rh0 Petitioning creditors
Mm c,T ' claimed are: Jean laaaco,
ft .000. China American Tobacco and Trad
ing Company, $m>2- Hdtrti Kalin, gooo. na
cre KaJin '? attorney for the petltlon
Lhv'|SoMiC,1JiVH?,ITi{ ~A VOIun'*ry petition
b> coula Schecliwltx, salesman. fits Fairs
.,p'ac,'? llls liabilities at $45,-125,
. *4.J2.> ace unsecured claims and
?T' 2? ?? ?" and h,1>?. and no assets. Mor
rt? IN. Bobla is attorney for the bankrupt
8( HKW LK.8 IN BANKRUPTCY.
2?chedules In bankruptcy were
"ourt* y United Statea Di.triot
Mi?Li MfUITZER, INC.?The aohedules of
M. Jj. Mealtzer, Inc.. against whom a petl
tton_ wae ftied Aprtf ?. ehow liabilities of
$40,752 are unsecured
latma and $14,0*MJ secured claims and a-i
JKa. ' 0<Lr,h,rh ?-'ft'7 stock in
trade, $?..JO machinery, toola, Ac., $2,000
horses, $2,150 vehicles and $1,874 cash on
band, Cohen, itaaa A SchTmmel are at
torneys for the bankrupt.
RECEIVERS IN BANRRUPTCT.
.. , JoII?wlng receivers In bankruutcv were
Cinirt* U By 1,16 77n't<>d State* District
ItENJAMIN, BURGER. INC.-Jtidge A N
Hand appointed carl J. Austrian temno
"fry receiver for Benjamin. Burger, )ne
n>'nnn'Tt.Km8.!8" With a bond of
eBtlmBtcd 81
JIAKLKM DRESS MFG. CO.?Judge A N
for" g.'Inn.u Hi1 ,Randolph Harrln receiver
foi Samuel Rliulman and Annie Brooks
-fading as the Harlem Dress Mfs < 'o '
manufacturing of dresses, 88 West 125th
2?* ittaa, J LtObliltleS
are estimated at $12,000 and assets as
JUDGMENTS FIT.ED.
MANHATTAN.
Thfi following judgments were filed Satur
day. the first nuns being that of the
debtor.
i \DAMO, Joseph A.. Jr. (United
1 '.AWIW, A.. ?f I . t U IIIITTM
States Tim Work?)~ Firestone
Tire and Rubber Co., Jne 1101.04
iiIIOOKS. Max-.T. K. Marx 2.01(1.40
f RIDIOKTl, Louis, and Rudolph
Weller?L B. Morris 305.91
CtOLDSTTJlf, Samuel L.?Beacon
Press, Inc 119.60
HAMILTON GARMENT CO., INC.
-T. B. Calm 17,040 79
HAMILTON GARMENT CO. INC.
?A. W. Cahn 2.040.79
HIRSCH. Solomon, and Harry
Blelch?D. Blelmnn 030.00
HAVES. Charles?Butler Bros 2M.4H)
KOPP, Jacob?F. Fugnltto 0,133.80
LAT'BENTRACHT, George?A. TJs
ltln 750.25
EKE. William H ?F. M. Rreak
stone .395.95
LUSTER, Edgar?J. Kamensky
et a I 295.20
MEREZKY, Jacob- H. F. Klemens. 157 19
McNAMEE, Arthur?E. A. Elsen
broun .. 272.00
MILLIKEN BROS MFG. CO..
INC.?Mitchell KHnd Mfg. Co 1,508.19
PINE. Isldor--lL K. Frahauf et at. 105 07
PINTO. William A .-Charles B.
Norton Coal Co 2,972.00
PERKINS. William T . an.J Anson
W. Richards?Irving Nations!
Rank. New York 1.050.30
PERKINS. Willlain L Irving Ns
tlonal Hank, New Tork.. 532.30
RVAN. Tlthuias F. 3d-Pelhani
Heath Inn 513.13
RF.H.LY. Frank C.-TI. Antoblll" 0113.34
STEINH AUBER. Willie?I. Brier
et al 225.05
TOOIiE. Edward R?Sixty-one East
Eighty sixth Street Corp 050.35
WHITING, Harris W. (Vermont
Maple Sugar Syrup Co.L?Ver
mont Maple Syrup Co., Inc 470 01
#r?LTNBOTlG, Abraham and David
glitherg Bros.).?Joseph TJ11
? *u. Inc 2.772.32
BRONX
F .RONDI. Anthony -Swift *? CO., Inc. $.33.95
e* XltKOWBKY. Ida?W. J. Diamond
et al 99.70
(1KKKHT ltEAI.TY CO.. INC.?D.
Shapiro 17.72
FERUARA, Abele?C. Capoaaolo
et al 260.19
GF.T2 NOTIONS, INC.. and Henry
S. mime r f 1 eld- - Paw t ticket Th rea d
Mills. Inc 1,009.99
JOHNSON. Eva -F. Johnson 02.57
nOrrtBTBIN. Harry?J. Kane Gro
cery Co., Inc 41.32
V0OEL, Morris, and Jacob Stark?
F W. Htthnr 073 10
WEINEKUR, Irving?H. Rernhard
et al 320 33
SATISFIED .11 IWiMKNT*.
MANHATTAN.
Tlie first nante |* (hat of the debtor, th#
se'ond that of the creditor and date when
judgtnenet was filed:
*.;AHS1I>V. Frank J.?N. T. Trust
Co, rt al; Fel . 0, 1921 $0 459.17
tnttx k. TIIURTON CORP.-Amer
nn Materials Co., Inc.; May *i.
t (rj t 2,024.00
HEl" MBNTHAti, Carrie T.- P Alt
rnatl ? t-0.. Dec. 14. 191-4 2.1110 93
;\RP. Jacob?Wvide It Appleton.
inc; Mat 1?. 1921 2,049.80
BLUMKNTHAL, Herbert A. and
CarHe B.- o. C. Brandt Co.
21. 1910...,T 103.05
IMNNT.H, ClarcneA H.?American
and Telegraph Co. et.
. - lephonn
al Met 18 !B'0
at-1" *aiu?' .W t 31. 1921 140.37
TORONTO STOCKS.
Special Despatch to Tub New Yobk lliunu
Toronto, May 30.?Following la a
| summary of transactions In the Toronto
I Stock Exchange for the week ended
| May 2? :
WEEK'S TRANSACTION'S.
Net
{ Sale*.
Ml Mil.
Low
Close.
Chge
44
Ahitlbi Si*
35*4
85*
14
5
Am Sales B pf 72*
72*
72 u
I
Atlantic Sugar. 8u
30
30
?t*
' 6 ?-10
Br Etnp Steel,. !*
A*.
H*w
? *
3
Barcelona IX
4-4
4*
4 H
01>7
Brazilian 32'4
?12
32
25
B (' Fishing.. 39
39
?9
-y^i
1 242
Bell 'IYU phone. 103*
103
lua
v4 *
?j8r?o
Bell Tel rllrti^. 11
00
?.01
! 180
liuM. F X 11.:
111
112
1%
AO
Hurt. V N pf. 111'.
IIP.
lll't
-f !1 i
! 5a
Can Dread. ... 21
2(0 $
20* 4
?1*
!C> Can Cement. "t V.
O.'l can (ten UU? I I'd", 11f ll'J',
43 Can tien K pf.10" ?*? nn ?l
*i i nn Loco pf si", mt, sr. 1%
SO c PR If!*', IfT 129',
Can K M Llnr,. t 'J'. , ?
.no cart ssi. pf ,-i? r.gv. +f,
Ifxi Can S S I, v t. '.'4'i 'J4C
1 City Ualry r.tt HO Oil
J City fctalr.v pf.
20
Consum (Ins... 138
1 jo
130
?2
1023
I)otn Steel Cnr. 36
31
31 H
?5R4
3
Doni Telegraph 70
70
70
10
Duluih Super.. 22
22
22
??2*
100
Mackay 75
74*
75
4- 1 j
1
Mark ay pf. 62
01
62
4
Mnole Leaf pf. 96*
mi 4
MO'*
?4* *
25
N 3 Steel 37'4
37*
67*
?
5
Ont Steel Pro.. 52*
52' 4
52H
?10*
10
Porto Iti' o Rv. 41
11
41
? 1
10
P illro Ry pf 78;
78*
78*
? 14
170
Q Tl L II A P. 29*
27'*
27*
270
ftlorUon 20
15'4
lit
+3' i
2
Rogers 50
50
541
?5
00
Sawy-Mas pf.. 35
50
33
?13
30
Spanish Rlvor. 72*
71*
72' v
41*
106
Steel of Can.. 60
57
57! 4
?2*
H"
Htl of Can pf.. mo
60
MO
? *
200
Toronto Ry 00"4
?i?
OH
-2*
OH
Twin City... ft2
50
50
40
Winnipeg Ry.. 40*
40'4
40 4
- *
MINES
15
Con? Smelters. 10
16
? *
H25
Dome Mine*.. .22 60
21.0ft
213 tO
-1 30
200 Niples Mine* . 5.0.
3.00
3.06
4.05
23
Commerce ..
165
184*
185 ?5
14
Dominion .
106
104
104 ?2*
68
Ha n 111on
.180*
17W
ISO* I*
:?m
Impel in 1
. . 185
184
184 4 *
It
Merchant* ..
. .176
175
176 41
5
Montreal ..
305
205
205 ?1
33
Nova Scotia.
. .255
254*
254 * 4 *
21
Floy;?]
203
203
203
2"
Standard .
. . 202
201
202 41
10 Union
150
150 ?3
LOANS.
TRUSTS. AC.
129
Can Rcrnian.
.17T
174
174 ?3
10 Toronto Mtge..l3.'5 133 133
VICTORY BONDS
'$59300 1923 5VJs 99.40 99.00 99.15 +.30
' 31100 1923 5Ue 98.45 9T.Sn . ? 15 4-..30
90750 1921 5V.s 00.75 90.50 90 05 ..
21500 1957 5 Vie 98.40 Ug.lNl 98.10 +.20
I 132000 1983 5m 97.30 97.00 97.20 ?.05
i 177350 1931 5Vie 95.05 94.90 83.05 ?
1937 5Us 99.25 99 00 99.20 ?.05
Xltuinj j it .j, ir 730 -v.,
WAR BONDS
$85O0r;O25 5s 95.00
94.90
94.90
nSlki 1931 5s 93.25
99800M 937 5s 97.65
93.00
93.25
4.15
96.75
97.65
4.90
UN LISTUI
125 Riordbn 4*
3
246 Rlordoi: pf ... 25
20
22
44*
120 North Star pf. 3 50
3.50
3.30
1589 Hollinger 7.33
t 28
7.23
?.08
100 N Breweries... 55
68
55
-1*
95 Broinpton 36*
35*4
36
168 Br Am Oil.. . 31*
31
31*
4 *
600 Mclntyre 2.00
1.96
1.98
?.02
250 Lake Shore..,. 1.32
1.80
1 30
- .02
30 Dom Textile.,. 135
135
135
47
80 Laurentlde ... 90*
90
90
? *%
Ht Wayftgamat 1:.. 67*
67 ?
67*
500 Klrkland Lake 48*
48*
48*
-3*
$1000 Black Lake h.. 34
84
34
? t
2500 Thompson-K... 5*
5*
5*
?ttt
1000 Peterson Lake. 5*
5*
5*
Total sales?Listed shares, 9.376: unlisted,
7,658: war bonds, 1747,700.
MONTREAL STOCKS.
Special Dispatch to The New York Hmuu).
Montkeal,, May 30.?A nummary of
[ transactions on the Montreal Stock Hx
[ change for the week pnded on May 28
| follows :
Open. High. Low. Close.
Abitihl
.'Hi
:i7
36
36
Atlantic Sugar
MO'i
.'10',
30
30
Bell Telephone i ts... .
10
11
7*
7*
Brazilian
98
32
32
Canada Cement
54
r.i
53*
53*
Canada Hteam Lines.
2514
25*
22
23
CanariaSteam L pf..
58
56' 2
53
54
Consolidated Smelt.
It. .
16*
M
16
Dominion Steel
351 i
35*
30*
31*
Dominion Glass
59
59
69
59
H. Smith Paper
80
81
80
80
Laurentlde P A P....
90
90
90
90
Montreal Power
85
85
84
84
National Breweries..
r.a>;
55
53
54*
r.8
39
37
37
Quebec Railway
27 "i
28
27
27*
RIortlon
22
16
19
Spanish River
TJ'i
72 :#
72
72
Spanish River pf....
HO
80
HO
Htl
56*
57
Wayagamack
80
67
66
67
The Montreal Stock Exchange has
de
elded to list securities of the British Em
pire Steel Corporation, comprising $19.
950,000 of cumulative 7 per cent, first
preferred series B, $50,359,000 of cumu
lative 7 per cent, second preferred stock,
$21,474,000 of common stock: total,
$91,783,000.
iBAND DERAILS QUEBEC TRAIN.
Tno Killed Brcanae Switch Had
Been Opened.
Montr; al, May 30.?The derailing of
a train last night nt 2Higblands, in
?which two men were killed, was blamed
to-day by Canadian National Railway
officials on a band of wreckers believed
to be operating In Quebec. Investigation
allowed a switch had been opened.
Last week the Gushing station was
dynamited and rails were placed on the
tracks at Morin Heights.
A m. boss,
12:10?St. Nichols* av., between 170th
and 171st sis.; rubbish Id \a
??ant lot; unknown Unknown
12:10-247 Welt 144th St.; H. Abb
tiott Trifling
12 15?3783 3d av.; Coplas Bros... Unknown
P. M
2:30?Foot !?7th St. and N. R.. ehe.l
of U. S. S. Granite State Trifling
3 00?fl4.-i-(147 Lenox av.: United Gro
cery end Pellcatess.su Co... .Unknown
4:SO-liH 1st av.; unknown Unknown
3:n6?1:13d St.. betwi en 10th and 11th
av*.. N. Y C * and VI. It.
ft. R. Co ... ..Unknown
3:20?'".*1 Columbus av.. Michael Spo
fell Unknown
3:40?111 West 73d ?t . Hotel Hamil
ton None
6 no?1STth si. and Broadway, auto.
.1 oli ii HOliey Unknown
7:00?21" West Broadwa\, Great Mills
Co Unknown
SALES AT AUCTION.
By Smith's Knickerbocker
SALESROOMS. INC.
825 7TH AV., at 53d St.
C. E. SMITH, Auctioneer
1021
This Tuesday, at 11 o'clock
AT THE PRIVATE REHIPENCE.
632 West 147th St.,
Second door off Riverside IVrlre.
By order of
J. R. DAY, Esq.
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF A BOY E
RESIDENCE entirely modern and
IN ROOD CONDITION. INCLUDING
fisher Uptight Piano. American Walnut
Dining Room ??uit?, Circassian Wslnut Bed
room Suite, another with Twin Bedsteads,
Brass B dsteads. Heir Mattresses. Day Bids,
Bookcase*. Desks, ctievals, Richly Uph.
l iving Room Suite, Odd Chairs, Sere- na,
Paintings, K!k'* Head, Brontes. Pedestals,
Andirons and Fenders, BIrver Plate. Gilt
Drawing Suite, Electroliers, Library Tables.
Domestic and Imported Rug*. Mahogany
Breakfast Room, dr.
HALE ABSOLUTE: IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
BENJ. S. WISE, Auct'r,
Soils nt WIm iiirfloti (liillorlps
428 Columbus Ave.,?.1,? Vt?Mnti
To-Day, (Tue?.) 10:30 A.M.
Household Effects, Ruga. Brlc-a
Rrac. Etc., from the
Denzer, Schneider and Goodfriend Estai -
Furniture for everv room In Hie hot' ?
NOTE: JO Domestic Rugs end Car el
i?M,n i tvsn si v r t p.m.
OiuttUs oprnf r in*periii>nnt fl .4. If.
r
!
fcOaCHi caaacLa w ?. a. (mvni
a.u. ?aow.x*
Cassels, Browne & Co.
tUmLtt i I utottlo owct hic/iiiiki
121 Dominion Bank Building
Toronto.
DIRECT PRIVATE W'lREI TO
I-.ew York, Chicajo an 1
V\ aahington
ICRRESPOS DEX T3 0 '
A. A. Houaman 6s Co.
il.
aL'J
Canadian
Investments
Present rate* j -tchanii
n*k? certain Canadian lectin
lifj particularly attractive to
Iriled States Investors. \V#
iperiaiize on Canadian Cijv
rrnment and M u n i c i p a
Honc? Write for quotations
C.fi.Burgess ? Co
Gcwernmcnt * Municipal Bonds
14 KINO ST.E. TORONTO.
ELECTIONS AND IEETINOS.
The International
Nickel Company
! Notice of Annual Meeting.
Notice is hereby Riven that the Annual j
Meeting of the Stockholders of The lntfcr; i
national Nickel Company will be held at the j
I principal office of the Company, at Consta
ble lloolc, Bnyonne, New Jersey, on Tucson;, i
the 2tst day of June. 1921, at eleven o'clock j
In (lie forenoon for the purpose of electing i
five directors to hold office for three years
and for the transaction of such other busl- j
ness as may come before the meeting, in- !
eluding considering and voting upon the ap- j
proval and ratification of all contracts, acts
and proceedings of the Hoard of Directors I
and of the Executive Commit lee of this Com
pany since the last Annua1 Meeting of Stock
holders, as set forth In the minutes of the
Hoard of Directors and of said Committee, :
which will be open to examination b> stock
holders of record during ItttSlriess hours, at |
the New York City office of the Company,;
67 Wail Street.
Bv order of the Hoard of Dlr< ctoi -
JAMES L. ASHLEY,
Secretary.
Bayonne, New Jersey, May 2nd, 1921.
IiIIKfSNK CANANEA <HIPI?EIt ( oT
NOTICE or ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice Is hereby (Inn that the Annunl
Meeting of the Storkholdois of the Greene
CanancR Copper Company will be held at
the office of the Company, ,2r> Broadway,
New York, N. Y.. on Mondny, tit- twentieth
day of June, 1921, at twelve o'clock noon,
for the election of three directors to hold
office for three years and for the trans
action of such other business as may come
before the meeting, Including the consid
eration. approval and ratification of all
acts and proceedings of the Hoard of Direc
tors during the past year and of all mat
ters that may he referred to In the Annual
Report to the Stockholders.
The transfer books of the Company will
not close, but only stockholders of record
as at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday. May :'H,
1921, will be entitled to vote at this meet
ing .
By order of the Hoard of Directors.
J. W. ALLEN, Secretary
THE TRESTLE REALTY CORPORATION.
New York, N. V'.. Mnv ,11, 1921
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the An
nual Meetlns of the Stockholders of Tim
Trestle Realty Corporation, for the election
of Directors and two Inspectors of the next
election, and for tits transaction of such
other business as may be brought Before the
meeting will be held at the office of the
Company, In Grand Central Terminal, in the
<*!:>? of Nun York, on Monday, the Kith day
of June, 1921. The poll to open at twehe
o'clock noon and to continue open for one
hoar
I AY V. HARE, Secretary.
Massachusetts.
"On (be
ICdge of the Ocean."
HOTEL PRESTON
And Cottage*
Beach Bluff, Ma**.
OPEN JtNE tOTH.
Itohi Preston i?t?? iin
nlscrlmlnattna patronage who
appreciate tht tomans ot
a well appointed home com
bined wit!i the equipment ot
a modern hotel. This com
hlnatloti and Its superb !o
ration make Hotel Preston
the "Ideal Resort Hotel"
Management of
Proprietor
a MAKRI.EHE.4D. MANN. ^
OPENS JINK to
Hotel Rock-Mere
/ LOCATION
\FAMOUS \ CLIENTELE >
FOR : CUISINE M
\ ITS I ENVIRONMENT f
HOTEL ASP1NWALL
LENOX, MASS.
High and Coot in ihe Bcrkshircs
a iroTnij or distinction*
Oprn* June IS. Elevation t,400 fee:
j Golf. Saddle Hiding, Orchestra, Garage. <
De*irabl? Cottage* with Hotel .Service.
HOflK A TWOROttKR, Manager*.
Winter Retort. Prince*# Hotel, Itermnda.
RED LION INN
Stockbridge, Mass.
In the Berkshire*. Now Open
Golf & Roads in Excellent Condition
Route Books and Circulate on P-quest.
Desirable Cottage for re
Rhode Island.
CONK TO THE
HOTEL MANIHHES
BMK H M WND, U. I I* i , , ?
most delightful *pOt on (It .?* In - -. . ast
Kates ,.?( to $::?? ,.rr nrek. li. N. I I tin slgr
Improted New I ondon ' onn-elions
(. otfttftrs
;i:td An?tet
Plimpton hotel
WATCH llllifi, R r. OVKS JUNG 2fltH
\ II 1 I -HIIMi. Mgr., 11HO Broad vay. N V
While Mounti?him.
??m ini and Tenlr Centre nf While Aft o.
M a pie wood Hote! * N VoVon vU'1
Ig lhl? Golf, flap Hhuo'in*.
onk.ng Olflr., lldO Hi tdwijr, New for*
Atluntic City.
XANTiccrra
j ?i\Vorvdcrful
OVER well-kept, level roads, through fragrant pinewoods. and pest
far-sweeping farmlands, right down to the edge of the ocean,
t where the hospitality of the finest hotels awaits to greet you.
Stroll along its iamous boardwalk or wander idly on its sandy beach?
take a run to one of the popular golf-links or enjoy a sail on an inlet yacht
choose any recreation you please, all are of the best, and combine to
convince you that?ATLANTIC CITY?is the Playground of the World.
THE LEADING HOUSES
Unrarallad rat hp* sad hospitality. AIwSt. Open. PIi.im. Wira at Wnia far infnriaaitua.
Rataa, EtS. (AH arr Amman ptan unlaw ihrruiw n.t~i
Marlbsraufh-Blesi'lia > Hotel St. Charles | Seaside House
hmer. # Ku. Plai
tart Hints 4 tro Cs
Hotel Strand
F. B. Oft and
H C. F.d wards
Hotel Brlfhfon
and Casino
Edward E. Crotscup i P. Cook'* Sons
Trustee Hotel Chelsea
j J.B I'bompaon ? Co.
The Breakers yj,. Shelb.t.no
Amer. A Ku. P.'ans Khtopeen P!?n
Joel Hlllmtn, Prop, j J Weikel, Mfr
(he Wiltshire
Motel Dennis SamuelKllia.Owner li - Molmhurat
Walter J. Buzby | S. J. Collin*. Mgr. A U Ihtrnoll
Altmjf MotH
An:? & Eu Ptani
Ma n bit; Co.
Oitfn Hall
Oal?n Hall Co.
Motol Morton
B 'tC ff.Owrifri
it ThrBB hour* from Row \ ork via Ontral R. R. of N. J., Station* ttnwm ai.4 ; ir.i II
I St.. or via Panna R. R from Penna. Station. Through Pollniau sertier f asuit
lotil tick?? attnti for farther information
Xftt flftmpahire. i I.mig Iain ml.
GRANLfDEN HOTEL
lake Simapee, N. H. Opens June 25th
Catering to a discriminating clientele.
Golf, Tennis, Boating, Canoeing,
Bathing, Fishing, Riding, Dancing
Cottages for rent4 Booklet sent on re
guest. New York Office: Hotel Weylln
!>4th St. t- Madison Av Plaza 3042
J. Thomas Russell, Prop.
A)^o Hotel Russell, Saratoga Springs,N Y.
-J
'IBeUalsams
I>i*ville Notch,N.H.
A tfAffcHTJf UF.HORT HOTEL
iclurestiuety tot-uief Among the Hil'fc ar
Lakea A BojtMfc New Hampshire
lft-UGL* GOLF COCRSE
Strictly Fireproof. Every Convenient
4.900 Acre Estate. Every Sport
Broker's Offlco. Direct N. Y. Wire
. ?r\ y , Bpuklng Office. Town & Country.
? Weet 40th St. Tel. Vanderbllt 2290
LIKE GLENXON. Mgr.
BRETTON WOODS
WHITE MOUNTAINS.M.H,
THE MOUNT PLEASANT. - Off MS June Id
Closes Octooep i - c J Dunphy, mo?
THE MOUNT WASHINGTON.- Opens July 7
Closes Mioole Oct - C J.Boot. mos
NSW VOW* BOQKINO OfflC? - 2*3 - gtj AVE
NEW WAUMBEK JEFFERSON, N. H.
. . , B hits Mtf.
A Distinctive Hotel of the Higher Type
Booking Office, g XV. 40th St.. New York.
Vermont.
gQiimaxfldme
MANCHESTER
in-t he-Mountains
VERMONT
OPEN JUNE llth
Direct Wirt to New York Stock Broken Qfflcg
A E.MARTIN.Manages
booking ornce
The Lorraine, z EA5T45-ST^ttT.NewYogK
VERMONT?FREK HOOKS.-"Vermont Mo.
tor Tour.-," "Green Mountains of V< 1
mont," "Hotel Directory." "Cottages to Rent
and for Sale." Write Vermont Pul?Hr|-v Bu
rcan. Montpeii.-r. Vt.
PARKER HOUSE
Konnebunkport, Maine. Modern, arge (nl
rooms, excellent table and -er\ .*??*?
Booklet. *
Maine.
"CAMP WOODLAND"
Lake Pleasant, Casco, MAINE
Ttf-al camp life for nil the family In the
Maine woods. Safe bathing beach, canoes
boats; horseback riding and field sports'
your own separate sleeping lodge: one oenl
tral dining, dancing and assembly hall;
trained councillors provided to Instruct boys
and girls In woodcraft and give the parents
a rest. Season opens Juno IB. Apply to
-Mis. l'RAN'K O. SETH. .'(.ID South Manning
Boulevard. Albany. N. Y
-The Malvern
BAR HARBOR, MAINE
Opens June 30th
ERNEST I.. t.ROR, .Manager.
1 are Hotel Woodstock
127 West 43d Street. N. Y.
HOTEL MANO^
Shlppan Point-on ttie-Sonnd,
Stamford. Conn.
"An Hour a Day from Work to Play"
Fine sandy bathing beach, yachting
fishing, tennis, golf, dancing." Largs
rooms with running water. Special sea
son rates for commuters. Booklet. Own
ership Management. Box 42
lying Island
iJvfoy all the admvfnoe* of Atlantic
City hut SO minutes from h'ew York,
OR TWO PERSONS
Glorious sunshine, delightful
sea breetes, bra< ing air.
healthful environment*.
Low Sprint; and Si imer Rates
2?Ki rooms, 7fi private
baths, electric lights,
spacious verandas.
?ve ry hotel convenience
and comfort; darning
ballroom seating 1.400
Arthur Langs'* Santa
Monica Orchestra, con
H0TEL SHELBURNE
Ocean Prrkway Motion
BRIGHTON BEACH. N. Y.
iii
Ll
BELLI TERRE CLUB INN
FORT JKFPER.NON, I,. I.
Opens June IBth, 1921.
fillister n d Heriue Highest Rtnrrln d
Golf, T?nnl?. Boating. Bathing. Fishing,
Music. Spurious Garage
Special Sea-on Hate*.
IIKNRV I *D|snv. Prnprirtor.
"PHM3 31 Ml ,10
The Poggatticut
shelter Island Heights, I. I.,|
Yt tractive rate- 10 young men
Golf Trunin Bathing Dancing
H ' "III I.I'S. Mgr A.T.TIfRDOP Y ;?t Yfgr
New York office. III Ylh Y? \rsr| s,, <10.10
YY'Inter Connection,
Royal I'lilnclsna f'atm Beach
Hotel BRIGHTON
LONG REACH. !.. I.
nirecll, on Honrdunlk. T ' 201 Lot g B'a h.
Golf course within walking distance,
bj.e Isl a'- till t.1 .It- e 20th
"I'T 'iN LONG INLAND So .(i i t? (1 i
Y r, 1 B ft . I-.-nr,?- -atlno \ >
Hotel
Garden City, Long Isiand.
An exclusive American plan hotel with a*
a la carte restaurant for motorists.
Excellent 18-flole Golf Course for Guests.
Frequent electric trains from Penn. Station.
?I. I. FANNIN CO., I'rops.
KHGKMKKK <1.1 11 HOT El.,
Edgeniere, 1.. I. Open .lune III.
LLATHERSTOCKING
CORPORATION
ANNOUNCES THAT
<?He=sa=sa
ON
OTKfSGO I.ARE. COOPERSTOWN.
NEW YORK
WI1.I. OPEN l*'OR THE SEASON "-N
SATURDAY, JUNE 25TH
UncW tho Personal Managoni"tit uf
MR. DAVID B. PLUMER.
HO WHO IN I't.l'MKR.
Associate Manager.
NEW YORK Oi l l( K
"THE SPl'R." 186 FIFTH VI.
TEI . VANOKRBILT 274.
The
{ Ulster & Delawaie
Railroad
4\\
Presents a Scenic
Route to an Ideal
Vacation Land in
the Heart of the
Catskills.
l or Free Hotel At Boanl
lug House I.ist, addre*.
T U Flemmlng. The
I'lster ;ititl Delaware
U.K.. Kingston,N.Y
CATSK1LL MOUNTAIN
HOUSE
Open* June 30. ?? 0. beachview, N. Y.
Mndernly equipped: 100 rootna with pri
vate hath,others with running water Elec
tric Ughts. New and sanitary plumbing.
Far Famed lor it* Excellent Table
Booking Office;
iTotel McAlpln. 2nd Mezzanine Floor.
I hone Penn. 57(X), Extension 583.
JOHN K. VAX WAGONHN. Manager.
SARANAC m
in the Heart of the Adirondack*.
< Kit I IFIKO Mil K
A SUMMER RESORT of the highest
character; superb cuisine an environment
socially desliablo on
WONDERFFI. 1 TPEK SARANAC I IKK
Modern 18 hole golf. State roads, all
?porta and amusements at their best.
HARRINGTON Mill-, Manager
E. G. FIT/GKUAI .l>. Aaa't Manager.
Address I PPKR SARANAC, NEW lORK
Eeb^toanllnit
Warwick, N. Y.
Oranor County, 60 miles "f pood a m road9
Send for MluMriitcd booklet.
? Hole t.ood fioif I Oiirw Dancing
gaddl** llnrien 4 TennU < oiirt*
lYtingarinn ( iii*iu*
\fl?nasement M \UTIN I.ANGK.
WHITEFACE INN
l-AKK Pl.ACID, N Y. Open Juns IS.
Modem !n all Its appointments
J. J. SWEENEY. Manager.
New York Office. Hotel Colllngwnod.
<5 W. SJith. Phone Fltz Roy 4(>0g.
Winter, Highland Park Hotel, Aiken. 3. C.
HOTEL OSBORN
New Rochelle, N. Y.
A distinctive Reeldt ntlol llotd Rooms
single or en suite. $2100 per week tip.
Telephone 3<I50 New Roi.all
THE THOMPSON HOTEL
I. ARK MA HOP AC, N. V.
Opens May 28. Finest location, Select.
Excellent nwmmo'istlon*. .Superior '"it
i alms. t'nsurpn ?? rt Moating. Fi thing. Golf,
Tcntils, A< State Road.
FMFRSON < I ARK. I"rop. I . J. f lltlt. Mgr.
PINE FOREST COLONY
On Forest lake, Berkshire Hills.
Open all year. Hotel and cottage*, alto
mts for young men; 200 acres private
ike. all .per:- of tamp life Excellent
Ible. 2 hours (ru n city
.TOSErtl WEIL., WINGDAL.E, N Y.
HO 1 i I KAATLRSKILL
ratsklll Mountains. At Top of American Alps
KA \TERSKII.I? V Y., OPENS JINK. dp.
N. Y. Booking Office, Hotel Majestic.
PAItEVI A ltl( II lltlis. Inc.
MOUNTAIN Summer Hornet ?n,m "*
W1 pages
VACATIONS0' picni cs ami Information
G I.. Robinson, (^nid Centra: Tor., N.Y. CUP.
FOR Adirondack honklet and Infoi million
| npply to Geo. W. Ryan. Sw'.f, ITattslmrgh,
N. V l or Montreal-IJiirhcc hiMiklct and in- I
- formation applt to Tonrl-ts' Hureuii of Hon
treal. *<? New Itlrks Rldg., Montreal. < niiiidn. i
GLENBURNIE CLUB i COI fAGES
ON l-AKK GBORUB.
Golf, Tennis, Bathing. Boating, Dac'lnf.
W. B. FOSIIAY. 1180 ll'vay. Vie York
DUTCHLR HOUSE. Pawling, N. Y.
Open May 21
, Golf?Hulls or St'nsaM Rale.
I an ?lB fY*
BERK-IIIUE HII.1N HIIHir, u
i Bungiilotv*, I,akc H1H- .'inrilale, N. Y.
Ml<* I IOItKM I Mil I 1,9;.
TltlC OftKATIW VAi'ATP'N f?r A !*(<.
Wrll for boni;i ?>( ; ? f ampltln * fi n
RESORTS. RESORTS. RESORTS
I ?F
i
America's Ideal Summer
Vacation Land
LI MATE is the most important factor in a va
cation. All the marvels of mountain and ocean
scenety, unsurpassed, can he enjoyed in the supreme
comfort of a mild, invigorating climate which
inspires alertness by day and permits restful
slumber at night, by the vacationist in
the Pacific Northwest.
The Summer Temperature
even on the hottest days, in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia,
is rarely over 81 degrees.
Bring your family with you. You may have You will see the country and learn that the
any kind of a vacation you like?in the moun- business men and citizens generally of this
tains, on the seashore, on the borders of a great region live under the most ideal condi
magnificent lake, or on the banks of a mighty tions in this or any other land,
river, camping in the evergreen forests, gulf
ing on 38 courses, fishing in mountain streams Manufacturers, financiers, farmers, fruit grow
and lakes or for salmon in its rivers, or you ers, fishermen, canners, shipbuilders, all follow
may hire or buy an automobile and tour fifteen in* thcir vocations day by day, and living in a
thousand miles of the most scenic highways vacat,on ,and a!l the t,me' whfre thc voun*
in America people have out door sports all the year round.
Write for Free Illustrated Booklet to any commercial organization in Oregon,
Washington or British Columbia, or to Herbert Cuthbert, Secretary, Pacific
Northwest Tourist Association, maintained by government funds to give free
information, L. C. Smith Building, Seattle.
Atlantic < it*.
i ATLANTIC CITY.N. J. I
i Directly on. the Ocanfimt |
i An. American Plan Hotel of Distinction j
I Sa^Se 000 (
ROYAL PALACE
HOTELtCOTTAGES
orv tkc Bea.ck . C?vp.600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
S?U*atk? DIET niTCHEN Orth?h,
ruicntn urrhotra
Family Patror\a.?e Invited
C/L.MaNsTEIN LftlAfl J.WkTAQLH
ON TMt BIACH
ATLANTIC C!Tr,
QlALFONTE}{ADDONj{Allj
HOSPITABLE- HOMELIKE
ALWAYS OPEN
GRAND ATLANTIC
NEW OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Virginia hit., near bench. < .t par It}', tiOO.
Private hatha. running water. elevator. <i tKi
per day tip Special weekly, Rooklet. A no
treef" train".
O. t> PATNTER HAHOI.O LANDON
WCLLSB07?0
Hentiuky At., Near Reach.
Capacity J Ml: running water in room" pii
? ate Mtthe; eP vatot , Amer plan J:, up inlly,
$17.ISO tip "eekly. Euro fl '<? up -lady
RALPH MECKI.ET. t B KINO.
IJCT I'* M-tke Vop Feel at Home In the
"City of Rohuot Health."
HOTEL MOKTON
Orran Knd Virginia At. ( ny?f?r SI v .400.
Elrvntor. Privitr Itiithv ?tr Alwnj* open,
Etta C. Bell 6l Paul M. Cope, Prop#,
(UtelBreakers
ON Of KAN FRONT. I 11{I I'Kim-J .
Reduced weekly rat?* IJIt June 2Mb,
rot<*l JEorrrfrTtZ
St. Cl arlee Place and Reach. Pr**h end ee?
wete, hetha running r.'.ri e(.r?iv?lrtF?'"r,
'Superior table, Rltrtra retee: 1 > aeh at I Arable
A. K WAOWf.ft Prop W R I.AVT.'N A'rc
SftaWI L?TS NIR B
Vlralnlt av . 3d hotel fro-n t+e h. Prlvara
bath., tunning ?*Pr; elevator Amer. plan.
Bam Elite. Owner N. J Collins. Mgr.
rc
RAYMORE "XT
XlJerlds (irvatest ffott! Stxc*s*
AMI AboAIMIR.
N. weetAMo.t Diet
H O T K 1L.
LAMATAN
? r. ' oat (?"irtd ' ? .tfrni
go electM train* daily City con
vnl-nce* li 'If cn'n Oolf
Tm i?, in ina i>?ily concert*
Accommodate* ???.
II. or Peteclo > A *< Itw 1 '?*?*
L*?r*uc. Caik. Stum villa.
Anbury park.
NEW
MONTEREY HOTEL
Tltr Retort Hotrl Pre-eminent
Directly on the Ocean Opens June IS
Hot and ( old Sea Watet
American Plan. Capacity ?on
Dally Concert* and Daicing?Famous
a la Carte Drill
Jazz Mualclan* and Performers
sflKRMAN DBNM-. Manager
Ni" Vo: > Office. S Went JUtti Btrttl
Tel. Vanderbllt I'ilki
McDONNELI, * CO. M-mbern New
York Stock Exchange
North Asbury Park. N. J.
The New Ocean Hotel
? Asbury Park'i newest leading hotel
Running water*: phone lp every loom;eh n'or.
I \M l I A < UK FORI) i
THE METROPOLITAN.
ASBI It) PARK. V. .1
j Capacity Ml". Orchestra. Elevator. Itooklet.
' S. 4 Kerrps, Prop. C. H. Bepra. Jr. Mgr.
! Cornish Aran "t&fggST"
Full Ocean View Hot and cold nintilug
I water. All outside rooms. M A DATES.
WFLLINGTON su,h A" A,hurT ''"rk.
WLLLI'"1 1 . a O can
Running Water In Every P.oom. Electric.
Booklet. C. W Hart. Ownership Management. |
Norwood Hall ? ' dn uiax k.
norwooa nan Asbury Park, n. j.
U.30 and up Dally. g20 anrt up Weekly.
Exceptional Tahle. rVbl'e Service. Tel. 14A4
NORTH A*IURT.
En client table, runnlnt water; capacity 100;
Ith Ar . block to beach. Booklet F. L Ogrlsn
HOTEL KENTUCKY
01 First Ar. ft Single. *7 Two In a
room orer llerortitlon Day. Fish Ar t.rarre.
r-riMVionrrDF,"h North Aehury Park
COMMODORE,. ( apa- y
lt*> , i, d Turning vatar. electric .lo
K. l'otlri
THE FLORIDA
rupmifj 100. M. K. Appl*fftt?
Or-fAO Ilmvp.
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL
Main and Reach svi? Ocean (drove, N. J.
European Hotel and Cafeteria. Vnder new
Ownership ManaKement. ? afeterla Heating
.100. Quality. Service. Four nay. Tel. 1470
M J. WOODR1NC
THE SHELBURNE.
Nerv modern hot.I, hot and cold running
vater every room, private baths. Ocean
I Pathway, fa Ing park and uo-sn.
I V. C. HAYNKS
THE MAJESTIC
Directly th??
F!tfv?*of SaivU-d (Vinwt <t f tfNfiiFnl.
HOTEL WHITnELD
>ot I'upawl
bury 1W1
CHALFONTE
Fireproof t'apaclty 500 Overlooking Ocean.
Tel (vbtiry IflPI Booklet t'hns. N. Herman
Directly on Hcenn
Front. Select Family Unlet
S IV Fillers. Owner*Prop.
Man laud
DEER PARK HOTEL,
A A It
Ol I 4GF.S.
l>ee. Park, Maryland Vltitude "!*0<> ft.
Washington. P. C.
II ?? 1 E I ti It ) I r P v
Mill IP main Open III snmmei
?s I K r I 4 I K 4 T F, S
An 0rfvrfi**ment I ill- fnod
Found rolumna of TH K .VEir YORK
rr Tiff* "f'r > ?> ? >? ;i-i? !??',?,, ?f
rerouting gout loaf g-opi'lg
N'fw Jerwj.
Among the pinea oo tha beautiful Manas
quart River ahora. Every attrmat'.on of
seashore. rlvar * countra. All nutoaor
?t7->rta Now open. Booklet.
????? <*? *'
The New Columbia
On tin- Ocean Front, Rrlmar, N, J
Catering to the Best Clientele. Anu p ? i
Ra*.-a *. to $10 ila.ly. Modem tap* :*v
SflO mnslc. alavatora to atraat level; ge-,?g.
r i i i ( t> H
MONMOUTH BEACH INN
AND BATHING CASINO
ail Sports, Three !?s? ill)mine Fool*.
N V . off M B 42d at. Tel Mur. Hill mjrtt
Fnwrenre J. Piper, Frederic Gllligan.
Hotel Monticello A,
of the boat type at
I.ake llopat .Jtip Write to Hotel Monti-ell.i
for terma. !,auditor. N. J. Phone Hopat
cone "2?
Sprint I nke Beach,
^MONMOUTH,!
SPRING CAKE -N.J. Q?o&
Open .lune Id; liooklel.
FRANK t MOORF. Mar.
L CCCV HOI I I, AMI (OTTAHK*.
U,JLA Spring Fake Bench. N. J.
OPKN Jl NR
Office. 241 Flfll
Tel. Nl.icln.oii Square P:n
SLISSEX N. Y. Office, JO Fifth A??
??r Ol arreti sSgiZfitj.
opens Juno 2;!.) ilolf. Bathing Rii. "if
Tennis W B. STl'BfiF Prep.
THE SHOREHAM
spring lake Beach. N. J.
Open May 2S
R E NI-ANGRNKKKG. Prop.
THE BREAKERS
spring l ake Heneh. N. J.
ON (M KAN FRONT
Pennsylvania.
PFRORIPTIVF Booklet of hotela, bosMteg
hoqaes. cottages a- Water Bap. Stm !?
burg, Pocono Mountains, frae at New v<rk
Consolidated Ticket Offices, or send 4
In stamp-. to .1 AMES FISTBK. Advertising
Agen!. !*> West St., New Tork City
MONOMONOCK INN
MOFNTAINHOMtS I.BAD1NC1 HOTF.L
Ifountalnhome, Pa . Cresco Sta.. Lark By.
Jt. ims, rwwnfap ? .iter, peltate both IhaklrL
THEGLENWOOD , C *
ope-, Cap. 40" Clolf, tennis. all amww
mentt. l'or booklet addrwaa HI I.T BROS. Mjr
hanna. Ta. Mrs. Chichester. Boekt*'.
Delaware Hater (lap.
The BELLEVUE
' ' Orcheetra. I'an
ring Bgeellent tahlc. Moderate ratea. Writ
| encer McUonald-Wm P Murvav. Prnpl
I anuria.
?>1 I i AN IDA THIw YK.AR
A B. CHOV N, Canadian National Railways.
1270 Broadway, New York
SUMMER CAMPS.
Camp Champlain ^auA'tT \ wu?*
C'i ampinln, between (irecn and Adirondack
M*s. Canoeing. swlnutilng. hiking, baseball,
h<c?treib*, hnrsebaeit riding !#th Taar
i: .Met Vfm II Bro ... pcslden llcrkelor
1, viug buhool. iioo W. Slid hi., N. Y. ?.lt>.

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