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6 THE mgr v USH1NC4TON I l HINHTON fN4TIf TIMES TFM Ti t SUNDAY SVrA Y NOVEMBER TfVR 1flFR 5 1905
Speed on Ocean O an Liners Is IsNo IsNo
NoBut No Longer LcngerThe tc The T he Thing ThingBut ThingHeurs n nBut
But Restcuranb Rest uranis ura nts Serv Servn Servnla ng a ala ala
la Carte Meals at All AllHours AllHcurs
Hours She Sheps ps Offering OfferingFresh OfferingFre Oferhge
Fresh Fre r e O h Cut Cu Rowers in 1 1Qcen Mid MidOcean MidOcezn
Ocean and Qher I r fmiar fmiarTrifles miarTrifles ± ar
Trifles T ri rfles fles Are Are Required Rt R qui t red of th thNew tnNtw tI2Iew
New Iew Giants nta of othe atth the Sea SsaIL Seacomforts g gA >
IL the theof comforts comfortsA comfortsexample of ofDC act nst ntof n
A 1 of home but at otK7 say the theSt theSt thew5t t tSt
St w5t Regis i in New York Yorkseems Yorkseems Yorka k
seems a ema to be etlue etluethe the t 6 aim of ofthe ofthe ofthe f
the 1 OW modem z era ocean liner linerof linerof line Uneof U ne neof
of which the ha big new Ataeri Amerika of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th ieH3nbur L Hamburg HJmmargAmerican Htanou rguuGC g American A inericanlInii 2 can Mae liaeV lIn i Is the thelatest tholatest thelatest uae uaelatest 1 te telatest
latest example exampledaily The Aafericaa Aafericaatraveler AMericaatraveler JIOIicsn JIOIicsntraveler
traveler t rave I er Is I s daily darI AI y growing gte rizg more fie fastidiooE fastidiooE tutid1oUE tutid1oUE
tidiooE more Insistent Ia his h de demand demand demand ¬ ¬
mand for luxury Years ago agog he said saidThe saidThe hI hIThe
The best is i good g Oaough for m mbut me mebtt mewhose M Mbut
but t lit it was wasnt nt and those whose heel business DaaIneq5 heelto business ¬
ness it Is to cater to toquestion him soon toUadit fouad fouadit fouadit
i it out and andBomethina andBomethinaset set themselves tIunn JYeII to < volT volTins vo1rins 1 lY lYin
ins in something bettor bettorFor bettorFor tor torFor
For a white he had hs > d the peed speedmania speedmania peedmania
mania badly this American travel traveler traveler traveler ¬
er and his h question was w Hew Howhis fast fastcan fastcan fafltcan
can I travel And his hi hiscourse demand ofthe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the steamship ateamh ateam hi y lines Ifnwas unwas u e6 was always alwaysHurry aiTTsysHurry anayR 1 ys ysHurr
Hurry Hurr Hurry Hurry Without Withoutof Withoutof WIthoJ1tof
of course any diminution of the theaccepted theaccepted theaccepted theaccepted
accepted standards of ofAmerica luxurious Insurioustravel luxurioustravel 1uxurJouatravel
travel But America Americaacquired growing rich richhas richocean richhas
has acquired a leisure Clan class and andlonger its itswatchword itswatchword
watchword is no longer oncer haste but butcomfort butcomtort
comfort or rather luxury So Sothe Sothe
the latest giants of the seas eu are ar areL not notocean notocean
ocean greyhounds gfayha 8Yhotld L da but floating pal palaces palaces plllaces palis ¬
aces The vibration is isShe less 1 when whenthe whenthe whenthe whenthe
the speed is s less et and the comfort comfortgreater comfortgreater comfortgreater
greater The Amerika is I not a five fiveday fiveday fivoday flv
day ship She Shethe is scheduled to maketr make makethe makethe makethe
the trip tr p in n about seven even and andEngland a half halfdays halfdays h1 h1days
days aye to England EnglandHamburgwhich or France andnine and andnine andnine andnine
nine days to Hamburg Hamburgwhich HamburgwhichIL which while whileit whileit whileIt
it IL is not a recordbreaking reoordbreakin r600rdbre klng speed speeddoes speeddoes peeddoes
does not Joave 1 080 time for much loitering loiter loitering loitering ¬
ing by the wayMeals way wayit wayeals
it it itMeats
Meats eals a la Carte CartePerhaps CartePerhaps CartePerhaps
Perhaps it 1 II In recognition of the thetruth thotruth thetruth
truth of the old proverb that the theway theway theway
way to a mans hoart is l through his hisstomach hisstomach hisstomach
stomach that the Amerika has made madesuch madesuch madesuch
such a feature of her catering depart aGPllrtment department department ¬
ment The table on the ordinary ordinaryocean ordinaryocean ordinaryocean
ocean liner varies from fair to really reallyexcellent roanyexceUent reallyexcellent
excellent On the crack boats themenu the themenu themenu
menu Is elaborate and the service as asa aaa asa
a whole would compare favorably favorablywith favorablywith favorablywith
with that of a firstclass rstel38ff hotel But ButIt ButIt ButIt
It ia J isor or has boon bt n until reeantlall recentlyalltable recently reeantlalltable all alltable
table dhote Lately a few fe of the
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boats poteeiifBsd M oadefd oadefdadded by the elect have haveadded haveadded haveacldlM
added a grill grailBatII mom WK N > Om > m to their th th caawais caawaissary eantmktsary cNII1BiaM7 eam le
sary eq equipment pmst3t And the grill roomhas room roomhas roomhas roomhu
has made a hit The Amerika has hasgone hasgone Ita Itapme hasgone
gone all her predecessors one betterlay better betterby betterby betterby
by establishing eBtabliahin a restaurant where wheremeals wheremeals arhremeals wheremeals
meals can be had a a la carte at any anyhour anyhour anyhUr amhour
hour of the twentytour twentytourThere twentytourThere twent7fourThoro twentyfossThereiR
There ThereiR is no more moreluxurious luxurious restau restaurant restaurant r restaurant tau tauranthl ¬
rant ranthl m N NR i w York than that whichoccupies whichoccupies whte1oeeupioo which vhteltoccupies
occupies a spacious airy salon Ion on onthe onthe onthe anthe
the promenade deck of the Amerika AmerikaIt AmerikaIt
It is located amidships on the eighth elehthfloor eighthfloor eichthoor eighthfloorbeg
floor floorbeg oor beg pardon dock and willacCommodate will willaccommodate willaccommodate willaccommodate
accommodate 120 persons Its decor decoration decoration d8COration decoration ¬ ¬
ation is 1 in the Renaissance style stylewith styleThe atyJfwith stylewith
with elaborate effects in chased chasedbronze chueclbronze clawedbronze
bronze Cherry and mahogany pan panels panels pastels ¬
els have been used freely freel Parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the walls are Jn in n Hammered brass brassThe bruThe brassThe
The decoration as a a whole whole Is of the therich therich therich therich
rich but restful order and the thethought thethought thethought theof
thought of what it cost oo t might induce induceheart induceheart induceheart induceheart
heart disease except e cept for the consolreflection consol consoling consoling conlK > l ling ¬
ing luglow reflection ra ecUon that it its s the other fel fellow fellow fellow ¬
low who has had to pay for it Thechairs The Thechairs Thechairs Thecbttlrs
chairs and walls are said to have havecost havecost h8Vccost havecost
cost 00000 Each chair is covered coveredwith coeredwIth coveredwith
with real tapestry and cost 40 Ofcourse Of Ofcourse Otcourse
course those tholeaIe are press agents fig figures 1gur figures ¬
ures ur s but still stiUtheylo stillthey they look k the part partyreallythey partreally partreaUy
really reallythey they do doTables doTables doTables
Tables are arranged for two foursix four foursix foursix
six or eight with a special banquet ban banquet banquet ¬
quet table which will seat seattwelve scattwelve seattwelve
twelve During the first trip this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was called into requisition twice twiceThe twIceThe twiceThe
The 40 40chalrs chairs are copies of the old oldVersailles oldVaral11es oldVersailles
Versailles design their real tapes tapestry tapestry tapestry ¬
try is of the same pattern thatMarie thatMario that thatMario
Mario Antoinette used In the PetitTrianon Petit PetitTrianon PetitTrianon
Trianon The silver is the same sameservice 81J1eservIco sameservice
service designed for the use of the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German Emperor during his Modi Moditerranean Moditerranean Mediterrsnean
terranean cruise on the Hamburg HamburgNaturally HamburgNaturally HamburgNaturally
Naturally for such associations the
STI r IOusAME IcANlRAllLOO IcANlRAllLOONSISTENT
NSISTENT v D fl r U mJU10P ND 1T p LuXURIES I x
of the Ritz Carlton Corn Comny Cornmy Cornli4rAutos
ny li4rAutos Mr Autor manager of the theJarlton thearlton
Hotel and M Gastnnd Ga tand first firstleutenant firstutQnant
utQnant of the Carlton kitchen kitchennd
one of the most mo t famous fa us cooks cooksa
l Europe AH of these were were aboard
patronage of the restaurant
the prices annexed
the menu va vas Va a revelation to all
Even E Ev en the waiters from fromhe fromhe
he Carlton who knew it was un ¬
to be surprised sUrprl od at any ¬
and KeHer from the Carlton
room room commonly known from
tint of his Is hair as Captain
admit that the extrava extravaanco extraaano
anco surprised them themA themA
= it itA =
A 72 Supper SupperIt
It costs 515 15 more to travel on the thomerika
in n American style stylewith with
that Is isthan than In the Euro
style paying extra for ones one
as one took them Scores of
after boarding change
passage with meals moa s forx for a
sago without meals mealannd and not notIth
Ith a view of saving savin the 16
Of the 411 saloon passen
on the ships first trip 120 de dended
entirely on on the restaurant
for their meals mealsthat that being all the therestaurant therestaurant therestaurant
restaurant is built to accommodate accommodateat I Iat
at one time Had there been morechairs more morechairs morechaIrs < <
chairs there would have been morepatronagc more morepatronage morapatronage
patronage patronagcThe patronageThe patronageThe
The biggest check paid by any anyone anYone 2 2one
one patron of the Kits supper room roomwas roomwas 1 1was
was for 72 the smallest was for
84 cents the price of an a110go4complete alleged allegedcomplete an Ql j jcomplete
complete breakfast The receipts receiptsaveraged roeeiptsaverllled
averaged 600 a day One could get gethalf getluLl gethalf
half luLl a bottle of
wine a a salad an anentree anWltreo
entree and a bit of chicken for a amodest amodest amodest
modest 5 6 toill toillNaturally 1
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Naturally Ntural this sort of thins thin thinpeels ap appeals fipveal ¬
peals veal to the fI fitful appetite to t which whichmany whlohmany
many are area subjeot on on the high hI h seas seasTh4 a4t1l seasThI 1 1Th
Th4 Th ThI full mnu enu served in the regular re ulnr
dining din saloon saloontbe the
ng ship of o course coursecarries COursecarries coursecarries
carries ifs ii i regular e i Iar dining dhti i1oonis saloonisabsolutely saloon i1oonisab is isabsolutely
absolutely ab oluteIy nauseating mmscstngfu in the mere merecontemplation merecontemplation merecontemplation
contemplation Under certain car circum circumstances circumstances M1l m mstances ¬
stances But if the fastidious fastidiouland fastidioulandfastlngP3ssonger fasttdionaandfastingpsssonger and andfasting
fasting fastlngP3ssonger passenger can lounge at any anyhour anyhmr anyhour
hour of the day into this prototype prototypeof proto prosatypeof po poof
of or Piccadillys most famous rest restaurant reatsurant restrant ¬
rant and order or er such dishes as n sug suggest st stge ¬
a gest ge ° est t theajselvc to his seasick tansy fansyassured ranayassured
aassured
assured that they will be preparedUy prepared preparedby prepRrodby
by masters of the culinary art artwhy artwhy art artwhy
why that thats quite a different matter matterThis mattetThis matterThis
This Ritz restaurant r tAurant Is not the theonly theonly theonly
only notably luxurious u ur1ous feature of ofmodern ofmodern ofmodern
modern ocean travel as exemplified exemplifiedby
by the Amerika The traveler of oftoday attoday oftoday
today fa vary much like the goodold good goodold goodold
old farmer from Wayback W W Yb3ek who whostarted whostarted whostarted
started to register at the HollandAstoria Holland HollandAstoria HoUandAstorIa
Astoria The clerk thinking toplease to toplease toplease
please him assured him theyd take takegood mkegood takegood
good care of him and see that he hegot hegot hegot
got all the comforts of home homeWhereupon homeWhereupon 1ome 1omeWhereupon
Whereupon the old fellow sadly sadl laid laiddown laiddown laiddown
down the pen and motioned a boyto boy boyto boyto
to pick pcc up his grip remarking romarkin If IfI I II Ifi
I wanted all the comforts co forts of home Iwouldnt I Iwouldnt IwDuI
wouldnt wDuI nt come all the way to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and the HollandAstoria to get getthem getthem getthem
them The traveling public wants wantsa
a whole lot of comforts that thatt ft t would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not dream of demanding c at homeAnd home homeAnd homeAnd
And such ships as the the Ameiika ArneJ aka cer certainly certainly certainly ¬
tainly furnish mi5h themFresh them theIneFresh
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It has Its Marconi wireless tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph service Its stateroom telephone tele telephone telephone ¬
phone servl service its trained nurses nurssfor nurssforthe nursesforthe for forthe
the siok its ladles hairdresser halrdro5 er and andmanicures andmanicures andmanicures
manicures Its florist shop where whereone whereone whereone
one may buy fresh cut flowers in Jnmidocean Inmidocean
midocean luxurious us hydropathic hydropathicand
and electric baths with competent compsentmasseurs competentmasseurs
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gives way for A n agoodsized goodsized goodsizediry good lzed
bedroom bedroomsome some of them are ten teny
> y seventeen feotIf feet if one can pay paylore pepfore
lore fore there are sultesdeluxe sultesdeluxelippantly
called bridal chambers chambersiXquisite ohambersqulsite chambersxquisite
< iXquisite qulsite In color and absolutely cor corect
in decorative detail There are arelectric areIeotrlc arelectric
lectric elevators beg be pardon pardonlifts pardonlifts pardonlifts
lifts There There is a library librarya a migh mighy migh300d
y good libraryranging library libraryran ranging sing from thelassics the thelassies theaselcs
lassies to the novel of the hour in inPranch
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Pranch German and English And Andhere
is a nursery where it is ex exjected
the children will spend most mo t
of their time and where every pos possible possible possible ¬
sible arrangement has been mace ma made efor efortheir e for fortheir fortheir
their comfort and happiness happinessPerhaps happln happlnPernpa happinessPerhaps
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the brilliancy and beauty of thftves thftvesaoTs tbeves801saJo the ves vesitola
aoTs 801saJo 801 salon saJo salon than th n the care which his hisbeen hubeen hastaken
been beenlaic taken to make the lighting 1ght1 fit fitinto fitInto
into their general decorative dCOr tlve schemeThe scheme schemeThe schemeTbe
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sign s ign and costly co tJy in material The Thei Thelie Theso
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give Ivo tewelHko effect effectThe efIetThe effeiTh
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01 I Na fe travel And if it costs to totravel totFarol togavel
travel that way it certainly costs to toprovide toJrovit1e toprovide
provide that sort of accommodation accommodationfor
for the tmyeter tImye1 traveler r The Amerika Is the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest development dov eiDpinent She is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the biggest big pSuesenger aesBnger nger steamers everbuilt everb ever overUuflt68
built b Uuflt68 Ut6i 68 feat f Gt long and yet smaller smallerthan smallerthan mal1erthan
than her stet sistsr r ship now btfjldips btfjldipsthe buiJdIJl buiJdIJlthe buildlpathe
the Kalserin Augusta Victoria She Shecost Shecost Shecost
cost 3SOOQOO SiOOOOOabout about the price P Pmodern rice of a ampdern ampdern
mpdern battleship It It is 1 s estimated estimatedthat OIttml1tedthat estimatedthat
that 55600 would wool d cover the cost Ott of ofher other ofher
her maiden trip since lnee she shesailed sailed led un under uner under ¬
der er tho German flag Under theAmerican the theAmerican thoAmerican
American flag it would have ha been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more the e price of labor being higher higherShe hiherShe higherShe
She has accommodations for 3600 3800souls 3600souls 3600souls
souls including her crew It is es estimated astlmated estimated
timated that the receipts from her hermaiden hermaiden hermaiden
maiden trip ware very close to 150 160OQQ
0004 OQQ leaving a profit to the line of ofnot ofnot ofnot
not far from SS6004end 85000 end nd the ship topay to topay topay topay
pay for
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taulant taura t were in the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of 4QQJ 4OqO Of the 411 saloon passeng passen passengers passengers ¬
gers g rs there should not have been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more than own oI Dn deadheads As AssUme Assume
sUme that 400 04 persons spent Du anaverage an anVerage
average 100 That would be 120
000 Some of the sites are J 1200 1200apiece QQ QQapiece OOapIece
apiece apIeceTwo apieceTiro
Two Two hundred and sixty second secondcabin secondcabin secondcabin seGondesbin
cabin passenger > tis ought to have ex expended expended
pended at least iO 0 apiece which whichwould whichwould whichyield
wouldTim would yield ield 18500 18500The J1J500The 18 x09
The 41C 41 steerage passengers passengersshould passengersshould passengersshould
should have given up 30 O each e cbor cb or a atotal atoW atotal
total of 1S480 14 O Not to speak of offlower offiowar offiOW8l
flower shop sMoken smokeroom > om cafe wire wireless wireleSs wireless
less telegraph and a dozen other otherkinds otherkinds otherkinds otherkinds
kinds of special service for whichtravelers which whichtravelers whIchtravolers
travelers spend their money moneythe the receIpts re receipts receIpts receipts ¬
ceipts of the floating hotel arebrought are arebrought arebrought
brought up to the handsome sum of of1494S
1494S 1494SAs 148489As 140430 140430As
As for expenses the cost of 3000 3000tons 3000tons 3000tons
tons of coal should not be more than
9460 and this amount si ount is probably probablytoo problblytoo probablytoo
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that no setting ett1n could possibly be too toomagnificent toofor concerned C CJnagnUcent fromthe fromthe r
magnificent for them themThe themThe the t tTho untrofeasional unprofessional unIrof6lMrional unprofessional
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the proprietors p prletors of Ritzs Carlton CarltonHotel CarltonHotel thing t tHotel CarltonTill Carltonrlll Carltongrill
OPE OF P TH 2r JIrTf SITTIIiG1PGRIY SITTIIiG1PGRIYto KawrJ
Hotel in London and Ritzs in Paris grlll g Till
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and these tho e enjoy not undeservedly undeservedlythe ii iithe
the reputation of being two of thoif the theif ufo G GIr
if not the two most expensive res restaurante restauranta g gtaurants
taurante In the world The StRegis St StRegis StRegis
Regis the Holland House the Waldorf Wal Waldorf Val Valdort ¬
dorf Delmonicos Sherrys the theSavarin theSavarln theSavarin
Savarin do their beet for little old oldNow oldNow A ANow
Now York They are mighty good goodplaces goodplaces n nplaces
places to get rid of
superfluous cash cashIn cashin p pIn
In But they are not In the sameclass same sameclass n nclas
class clas with the Ritz establishments establishmentsOn p pOn
On the Amerlkas maiden trip re recently recently t1 t1centl
cently centl she brought over besides HerrAlbert Herr HerrAlbert p pAlbert
Albert Ballln director general genera of ofthe ofthe w wthe
the line and Baron BaronHoltzendortt BaronHoltzendorttchief Holtzendorff Holtzendorffchief oj ojchief
chief in Hamburg of the commis commlssariat commissariat lJl lJlsari
sariat sari at William Harris i e of the v
New York harbor 19776 pilotago pilotagoin
in I n Hamburg Dover and Cherbourg CharbourgWaters
150 tugs at 10 an hour for
stevedoring gtevedorfn custom c stIn house houselongshoremen houselonSBhoremeu houseIon
longshoremen Ion ahoremen Marconi wirelees wireleestelegraph wlr0 avl Qecs Qecstelegraph etS etStelegraph
telegraph and miscellaneous 12 122i 12223G
2i 25236 36 and expenses of restaurant turant
8000 total 9550012 leaving l vtn3 a I abalance
of Yao ti988 equal to interest iatereaton btterooton
on the cost of the ship hIp 3b00000 3b00000at 00000 00000at 000 000at
at the rate of between 2 610 Gl and
2710 2 710 per cent centNOT centNOT centNOT
NOT PLEASANT PLEASAKTMim PLEASANTlfJ PLEASARTMiss
Miss lfJ Chatters Cbattenot Of course youre fond tonl
f sport Mr De Trop
D De Trop TroJNot Not much He didnt do do1tlng a
ling to me last night nightMwe nightDiiw
Diiw Mwe 11 6 Chatters ChattersVho Who What do you youta
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