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AT CONVENTION Christian Fndeavorcrs Are Gath? ering From All Parts of World. MEET IN ATLANTIC CITY Attractive Program, With Many Prominent Speakers, Has Been Provided. i Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Atlantic <"lty. July 6.?With every hotel and boarding house crowded to ? ib utmost,, those In charge of the twenty-tlfth International Christian Endeavor Convention, which opens here to-morrow and closes on the 12th. pre? dict that all post attendance records will die eclipsed, and that the present gathering will go -down In history as the most successful rally nines tho birth of the organization. That the most sagulne predictions of those In charge of the great convention have been surpassed is Jubilantly ad? mitted at headquarters, and when h reason for the vast attendance Is sought the officials point with pride to the long and Interesting program devised for ihr. delegates' Instruction and amuse? ment, and the list of prominent speak? ers who hove signified 'heir Intention of addressing the delecatea and visi? tors. Among the latter are? President Taft. Hon Champ Clark, Speaker of the House of Representatives; former Vier-president Charles W. Fairbanks, Judge Han Ulndsey. of Denver; Booker T. Washington. Commander Eva Booth, of the Salvation Army; Rev. F J Hortefleld, president of the BrltlFh Christian Endeavor Union. Rev. G. Fu kuda. of Japan; Rev. H. I. Marshall, of Burma; Rev. R S Gray, of New Zea? land; Hon. John Wanamakcr. of Phll ?delphla. and a score or more of prominent pastors and specialists In Chrmtlan Endtavor work from many denominations and missionaries from foreign lands. Many Features. Apart from the prominent speakers, there are many other features that fcave undoubtedly had great Influence In swelling tro i.tt.-ndance For In? stance, twelve of the Isrgebt cities in the United States are sending chorusef. composed of from 200 to .'(90 trained voices to assist in the musical program These separate choruses will b? asslgn id to different periods of the week's convention, and the whole will he merged in one great choir under the supervision of Percy S. Foster. In the largest open air sonp service ever hell In America Btlt most attractive of all, perhaps.1 Is the leniency of tho offleial program ??nd the .manifest solicitude of the1 of.i lale for the pleasure as well as the Instruction of th*lr guests. This year the program has been so ar? ranged that all the practical working s< stons will be held in the mornln*. giving ample opportunity for surf bathing and other recreations from 10 A , M. to 2:30 P. M. thus devoting the heat of the secular days to an en jr.yme-t of the hundreds of entertain? ment features the great summer re ?'irt offers to visitors. Other features of the program will be a unique "rjulet hour" open air ser? vice on Atlantic City's million dolla? pier, a great structure of concrete and iron that extends a charter of a mile Into the Atlantic. This service Is 1 lanned for the early morning. Front '.< to 10:30 A M. each day the Chris? tian Endeavor Institute will meet to discuss all phasos of tho manifold l.ndertakings of the great organiza? tion For those who do not care to nttend the meetings of the institute nn innovation, "the consultation hour." lias been added to the program. Dur? ing this period Endeavors will be free to bring their personal problems to the society's experts for consideration In a conversational way. From 10:30 to 2:tr. will he the rest period. At 3 P M. and S P. M. there will be two or morn great simultane? ous meetlngn on tho pier, where the great questions Of personal religion, evangelism, missions, temperance, civic! righteousness, interdenominational fel? lowship and international brotherhood will be discussed by rpeakers of inter? national repute. Program Open* To-Day. To-morrow evening the convention ?will be opened on the million dollar pier by an address from President Francis E Ciark. D. D., LL- D., prayer nnd praise services and a mnslcal pro? gram, which Includes some special mu? sic by the Hawaiian delegates and the "Washington chorus Among those who will speak are John T. Sproull, presi? dent of the Now Jersey State Chris? tian Endeavor Union; Rev. Howard B. Grose. D._ D., vice-president of the board of trustees, and William Shaw, peneral secretary of the society. Friday, July 7, will he Presidents Day. It will begin at 6:30 A. M. with it quiet sunrise hour on the Million Dollar Pier. At 9 the institute will convene for the discussion of Chris? tian Endeavor work by a long list of rpeake.rs. In the afternoon the In? dianapolis ohoTtis will be heard at Ill's Auditorium Endeavor, while trm'e at? tending the Auditorium Wfllis-.n-i wSJl listen to Enos Bacon, "The Yorkshire Nightingale." and W. O. Weeden. solo 1st, together with the Essex. Hudson snd Union counties chorus. In both Auditoriums practically the samo pro? gram will he followed, which will in Three Officers of the United Society of Christian Endeavor On (be left l? William Sh??. Kfncrol eeerelary, In the centr., i, Praia ? B. n?rk. D. n., n., pre-ldent .ml . a _bV rlirht la II. X. Sntbrop, Irrnmaier. elude special religious ?ervtj?s and dissertations on the work of the er- j ganizatlon throughout the world. FtI-'I ?Jn.-' evening President Taft is sched? uled to address the assemble I En 'leavorers In both the Auditoriums En? deavor and Williston. togi*.h;r w th Ji'dge Ban B. Llndeey and J>hn \Va-jo maker. Or. Saturday the usual routine will ; b.) observed, with music by the Atlun | tie City Junior chorus In the ift*rn-on j and the united choruses In the even I ing Sunday morning will be taken '. up with special services, at whlob over !a score of pastor;, will address the , delegates^ On Sunday afternoon the Million Doliar Pier will bo the sc-ro j of two Meetings, one for trtcn and the I Other for women, which will be en? tertained by a comblnel chorus of ? men and a similar' body >f women, ' eaoh singing before the.r own sex. These meetings will be addfes?ed by ! several prominent ministers. In the evening the Philadelphia and Reading. Pa., choruses will sing 1 -f-ire i the audiences In the Auditorium* '.VII : liston ar.-l Endeavor while CorcmahV er Eva Booth, if the Salvation Aiiny. Will address the autlisu-SQ of the Alldl ; torlum Endeavor and the Rev. F. B Me>er of London, will talk to the Und? s vorcrs In the Wtlllst ?n. ."hrt? tlat. Endeavor and prison reform wjij be discussed by a number si promi? nent divines at the pavillci on 'lie Mi".ton Dollar Pier. On Monday afternoon. af:> r tue rou? tine program, denominational rallies >? lil engage the attention Of the dele ga;et. while in the evening tho meet ln#rt> will be addressed oy .1 numbir ; of men prominent in Endi tvor work. ? M-c?;c will be provided by tiie D-i'll , more Endeavor chorus at ,he Willie ton I and the Reading. Pa.. ch->r..s at Ihe I Auditorium Endeavor. At the Auditorium Et? Ina vir en . "1 Jtsdw; the Baltimore ;ho-'is will provide music, while the auller.ee of ?h? Wllllston will be entertained by the- Washington 'chorus. Both au? diences will he givrrn short talks r>y ! the organization's State pr?-tJcnrs, ? resides the routine work. On Wednesday, the closing \\y <tt the convention, the regular program , will he supplemented by two combine"! ; rhoruses. which will number neviy l.T'.n voices each, and will sir.g before I ths suiiences of the Auditoriums Kn ?>aver and W'.lliston. Then the E.i decvore.-s will formally brack camp Tilth a benediction an 1 clo/in-r me saire from President Cls.'it. CLAIMS DAMAGE OF BELL COMPANY Trial began yesterday in the La? and Eoutty Court of the stilt of Dr. ' E. J. Moseley, Jr.. against the Southern ! Bell Telephone and Telegraph Com? pany, In which damages are asked at 000. Dr. Moseley claims to have purchased a suburban home within the city limits, adjoining the Pumphouse Road, beyond William Byrd Park, which he. was unable- to Occupy, as the company failed to glvo him telephone service, and he was finally forced to sell the place nt a sacrifice. The- telephone company rests Us dc fen.-e on the ground that In order to reach the placa owned by Dr. Mose? ley It wns necessary to follow cer? tain park driveways, and that great delay was experienced in gaining per mission from the city for certain lines of poles and wires through Wliltom Byrd Park. City Engineer Charles E. Bulling oecupled the witness stand for some time and was closely examined by A- C. Braxton. A. E. Cohen and C. U Sands for the Bell Company, and by Messrs. Smith, Moncure and Gor? don, who appeared for Dr. Moseley. SERVED WHEREVER QUALITY COUNTS BEER' . THE MOS T E X P E N SI V E UY 8REVVEO BEER IN AMERICA The PHIL. G. KELLY, Inc.. Dutributori, 1413 E. Main St, Phone Mad 1358, for a Ca?e. THE STROH BREWERY CO., DETROIT^ IVUCH DENIES ASSERTIONS OF PROFESSOR DODD - c Congressman Flood Defends Political and Moral Con? ditions in Virginia. DEPLORES UNJUST ATTACKS; Upholds Integrity of Press and! Praises Advancement of South. [Special to The Tlmee-Dlspatch.] West Point, Va.. July r..?In the! course of a stirring patriotic address, i delivered before an enthusiastic Fourth j of Jujy crowd here, on Tuesday, j Congressman Hal D. Flood, of the) Tenth Virginia District, vigorously re? plied to some of the assertions made ; In a recent speech by Professor Dodd, ! of Chicago University, in which the | latter deplored and criticised political '? conditions in Virginia and North Caro- ' line and attacked the Integrity of the press Congressman Flood paid his ? respects to men who. hy unjust and unwarranted criticisms of moral, bust- ; ncss and political conditions, are- doing Virginia much harm. In the beginning of his address he described the conditions which led up ' to the adoption of the Declaration of i Independence, the Revolutionary War and the beneficent effect that the prln clple laid down by Jefferson'had upon' the cause of liberty the world over, and especially In the twenty South American republics. Part Played by South. He then described the part Virginia and the South had played In every Important event In the history of this 1 country. He took a bright view of j 1 conditions In Virginia and the ou'look j for her future, and maintained that I it was the duty of every Virginian to | I give credit to the State and Its people I for the good they were accomplishing. Instead of indulging In injurious and unjust criticisms. Continuing, he declared: "I am not a pessimist about this State about her future material ad? vancement and progress, or about the I integrity of her political leaders, the I honor of her business man: the fair I dealing of her press Or independence j of her Judiciary. I believe her judges j j are the equals in ability and charac- ; ter. learning and independence of the i great judges which In the past she J furnished to the State and the Union ; who made so glorious the present his? tory of our country. Rest Day in Hlntory. "I believe the best day In her history has been to-day. I believe that never were her pu-blle morals on a highc-r 1 plane, nor her business morality bet ! ter. I believe that she never had an abler or more efficient set of public i officials Ailing her county and State ? offices and representing her In the na? tional caplt-i! than at present. I be Uevo that never were her elections more honest or more representative I of public sentiment than they are to [ day. Of all the hundred counties and seventeen cities, there are only one or two In which there Is any charge of fraud or unfairness at her primary ( or regular elections. "We all wish for the time when there will be no county or city or pre- j cinct in the Stnte In which there Is i any suspicion of unfair dealing In our j elections, and that time Is near at j hand, but I call attention to the pres ent state of affairs to make the asser tlon, which nn truthful man can con- j tradlct. thnt never In her history have ; elections in Virginia been more free j from fraud or the suspicion of fraud ; as they are to-day, and there Is no State In the nation whose record In I this respect Is better than that of the Old Dominion, and very few that can j point to so good a record. Those who I compare political conditions In Vir- ! glnla with those in Illinois, New York and other States of that character, are either very ignorant, or are unwilling slanderers of their State and her peo? ple. "I have seen a typewritten copy of a speech of a professor of the Univer? sity of Chicago, delivered at Louisa yesterday, attacking supposed condi? tions in Virginia. This party stated In his speech that the Institution at which he was a professor was founded by a man whose life had not been hon? orable or creditable; and yet this pro? fessor Is willing to participate In the income which this university has, by reason of the munificence of n dishon? est benefactor. T will leave to the good sense of the audience to deter- j mine the propriety of his position. ' Further on In his speech X read this ! statement: 'Do you know that Thomas i F. Ryan controls your newspapers?" ! meaning the Virginia papers. One j of these men pay your Vir? ginia machine expenses. meaning the Virginia Democratic organization, and was lonK a member of Its execu? tive committee, once going so far as to provido a private car for the Virginia delegates to the National Democratic.! Convention at St. Louts. The** dele eaten voted Joyfully for the nomina? tion of Alton B- Parker, an ally of Ryan. Reckless Speech. "Th's statement gives you an Idea ! of the recklessness of the whole speech. Every child <n Virginia knows that Mr. Ryan does Qjt control the Virginia newspaper. and the .statement to that effect is without truth. No man believes that any onu ' person furnishes the small amount jf rho.-iey that Mr. Ellyson us-s in our' ci mpil&r.s. "No on- but a most reckless man 1 would have made the statement that the Virginia delegation of lau I to the I St. I.oua convention went thiro in i the private car of any man. I hap- | prnod to attend that convention, and I know mo3t of the delegates went togvthei in cars which were chartered by the delegation, and that each man paid ris proportionate part of the cost. Every Intelligent man In Vir? ginia knows that the delegation sent to St. I.juls in 1904 was practically in? struct d by tho Virginia Convention, which assembled in the city of Rich? mond In May of that year to vote for Judge Parker. Instructions were not given because the leader of the delegation stated on the floor of the convention that the delegation knew the people of Virginia were for Judge Porker and It was unnecessary, there? fore, to instruct them. Tn.-- delegates at large upon that occasion were Sen? ators John W. Daniel and Thomas S Martin. Governor Andrew Jackson Montague and Mr. A. C. Braxton. a native of your county and a man who has greatly distinguished himself at the bar and In the public affairs of Virginia. "It Is amazing that one holding the responsible position of professor In a university, even one that is dishonest? ly endowed, should cast such .;pcr stons upon gentlemen simply because they occupy a public position. Mute-\\"iiii- Loie for Daniel. "For thirty years the Senator whose name i first mentioned was not only the leader of h s party In Vir? ginia, but was the most beloved citi? zen of the State. This love for Senator Daniel was confined to no particular sections, but from where the billowy Atlantic washes our eastern front to the lofty ridge which receives Its name from the bending heavens that bathes its summits In the'r own soft blue and beyond where the Cumber? land range marks our remotest west? ern border everywhere the citizens of Virginia vied with one another in un? doubted admiration and love for the noble gentleman, the maimed Confed? erate soldier, the brilliant orator, the profound constitutional lawyer, tue sound statesman, whom they delighted to acknowledge as their unchallenged leader. "Statements of the character made by this benefic'ary of dishonest en? dowments should. In my judgment, be resented by every Virginian who love6 his State and revers the memory of her great sons, and is willing to see her good name and their fame trifled with. "I do not believe that the people of the State approve such sentiments or; indorse stielt utterances. "I believe that kindness and love and charity and honesty and integrity and loyally and self-sacrifice were never more universal within hor bor? ders nor more effective than on this day In whose unhindered splendor we are celebrating the birth of this na? tion. "Wte have hecn greatly blessed In many ways. Our fathers fought and suffered and died that we might have a glorious heritarce and their fathers he fore them met bravely the troubles of their times. There Is upon us an obli? gation accumulating through the years to sec- to it that the heritage that wo have thus received shall pass on to coming generations not only not im? paired, but Increased, multiplied and glorlfjed: hut let us remember thai ttil.tl conservation for the future can never he brought about by men loo Jealous to be just or too narrow to be nrave. It cannot be accomplished by false wit? ness or slanders. The past teaches us that we cannot eori<|Uer the world for good, by hate, nnd malice and misrep? resentation or hy scolding opposition. Repel Unjust Criticism. "Let us stand up for our community and our State. I. t us defend Ihsir fair! nnires whether they arc unjustlv = - sailed by enemies from without or dis loyal sons from within. Let us uphold the hands of our public servants nnd repel unjust and reckless criticisms of them as long ns they are acting for the public good, remomberlng that for every act of disloyalty of those of? ficials there are 10.000 unrecorded acts of patriotism, of loyalty and fidelity Let us stand fiv our honest business Institutions, remembering that the dis? honest business man Is the exception and not the rule. I "We must look beyond the criticism of Jealous demagogues and th^ unsup? ported assertions of the self-seeker, to the accomplishments for good by the I men In the political and business life I of the State against whom their harp I Ings nnd slnndor.? are directed. I "We should take pleasure In the fact( I that tho public men of the South and of Virginia are polng to the front In (he nation's life, and that business men ! from this bectlon are holding their | own with the rich North." DOl'DI.E TIt.VCK ALL THE WAY. The Chesapeake and Ohio, having completed Its double track on Ponln sula Districts, travelers between Rich? mond and Norfolk via Chesapeake and Ohio, now have a roadway equal to the best. The quick time between Richmond and Norfolk, with the delightful .?all between Newport News and Norfolk, makes the trip a pleasant ret dlec tlon. Connection is made at Norfolk for Virginia Beach, the Vlrglnlu Boich Station being In close proximity to the C & O. landing. Also for Ocean View at Old Roir.t and Norfolk. The 4 P M. C. & O. train connects at Norfolk with steamers for New York and Boston, and at Old Point with steamers for WashinRton and Balti? more. THE JEFFERSON Richmond Va., The most magnincent hotel In the South. European plan. Rooms single and en suite, with and without bains. Spacious sample rooms. Rat* SI.SO per dav trni iiowara. Atlantic Cjt^ &??ort? The St. Charles, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J Most brlcrt Location Fronting tho U.'ucb With an established reputation for ltc excluslveness and high-class patronage. Thoroughly modern und completely equipped. Courteous service. j>atli-oomB with hot and cold, fresh end sea water attachments, showers, etc. Orchestra Extensive porches overlooking the Uoardwalk arid Ocean. Always open. Uolf privileges. Illustrated booklet. NEWI IN HAINES COMPANY. Pacific and Arkansas Avenue?. Spurlou* grounds od je In beaeb und boardwalk. Only medium priced hotel where guests may go from houaa to surf In bathing attire without using streets, which Is prohibited. Cse of bath houses with attendant to care for suits I* free. Running water In rooms. Fresh and neu wuter baths, oubllr anil private. Special rates SI.SO to St.00 dally: SHOO to S21.A0 weekly Including choice table supplied from own farm. White Service. Orchesirn. Tennis courts and croquet grounds between hotel and beach Booklet mailed upon request. TAIL C. ROSECKANS Atlantic City, N. J. Entirely now. Completed lino. Half, block ocean front. Fireproof. Capn- , city. 600. American Plan. Always open Sea water In baths, I public and private. Private garage for j patrons. PR AN KB OFF. H. C EDWARDS. HOTEL RALEIGH St. Charles Place and the Beach, where the accommodations and location aro unexcelled Capacity IW>. Lurgu rooms, ocean view, ele? vator, private baths: running water In rooms, etc. Superiority In cuisine. Mud crate rates. Booklet. II. .). DYNES. HOTEL SHOREHAM Ocean end Virginia uve. A modern hotel' with ovury convenience; elevator, private' buths. etc. Open lawns allow plenty 0f light I ami air. Ideally located. Service and tnblo lbs best. Rjtos ?2 60 up weekly. Booklet. W. B. COTTEN. Grand Atlantic Hotel VIRGINIA AVE., NEAR BEACI! and Steel Pltr. Open surroundings Capac? ity SW>. Hot and cold sea water baths. Large rooms, southern exposure Elevator to street level: fine porches, etc. Special. $12.50 up weekly; K So up dally. Booklet. Coaches meet trains. COOPER & LEEDS. KISLEY'S HOTEL European, 1M"> Hnsrdwalk. . near New York avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. Rooms with ucc it bath. $1 day up. Rooms with prlvnlo baths, i. day up, Fireproof Open all year. HOTEL.IROQUOIS South Carolina Avenue and Beach. Capacity, 40(1. ICO ocean-side sunny rooms. Privat? baths, running water In rooms. Elevator. Music. White service. Special rat<s. lit up weekly; |2.S0 up dully. Booklet. \V. F SHAW. 7 HOTEL S?THERN VIROIMA AVE. AND BEACH. SCO fest from noardwalk. 6th season. 'Moderate rates. Homeliko and model ? In laverv oartlcular. O. T.. CAKE. Atlantic dtp &t?ovti, AND ANNEX WITH CAPACITY OF ?00. On the ocean front, extending from Virginia to Maryland Av?. Moat central location; Freeh and sea water in all baths; largo, airy rooms, newly furnished, with running water. Elovator. etc. Full orchestra. Amer? ican or European plan. Special weekly rates. Always open. Auto meets trains. Booklst. FRANK M. rnOEBL'S. Mgr. WM. KTMAN. Propr. FREE Guide of ATLANTIC CITY Handsomely Illustrated Official Ilolel Street and Amusement Guide Book, wl'.f rasps. Ilde aud R. H timetables, etc. Edi? tion limited Writ- today, lnclo,.- ?tamii. rCB I.IC SKKVICE ASSdi lATlON. Atlantic City.N.J. 2CENTS POSTAGE SECURES FULL INFORMATION Ol ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Sil Horns, AaulIscsTl Struts; Biacnk?, Bath'nc, Etc. A HsSOsOSIiV li lUtTSATIO SO '.of ? 'OFFlCIAL"Qui01 with oftiv eos ?ictCitt ??> Sint FREE tr lnroayftTioa Bjacu 7 N.V.Av GLENWOOD HOTEL 3131, season; accommodates 290; 5 miles from Csfsklli Village; healthiest part of moun? tains; SIS acres, excellent table; modern Im? provements: largest piazzas in mountains: amusements, billiards, bowling, music, danc? ing; 110 weekly upward; booklet. V. BRAM CO.V Catsklll. N. T. Phllipis House and Annex Mass Ave. and Beach, Atlantic City. X. J. Eirs va tor to street level. Open all vsar. F. P. PHILLIPS. HOTEL DENNIS. With Its new h rep roof uddltion now offers ?50 guest rooms, each with private bath or running woter. Combining every modern appointment and comfort, and is one of the beachfront hotels stir, maintain? ing an unobstructed ocean view. Always open. WALTER J. BUZBY. ?CONTINENTAL? Tennessee ave.. near Beach; always open. Privets baths, elevator; excel? lent tahle; white service: u to |J dally; js to SlT.i.0 wkly. Sat. to Mon., 13. Booklets. MAItrJAUET WALSH DUNCAN. CAPE VIEW CUTTaCE, Iluckrue Bench. Va. Fifteen mlIlUtos? trolley ride to Chamberlln Hotel, Old Point. Va. Fish? ing, rowing, sailing, dancing every evening, tlnest bathing beach on Chesa? peake Bay. Sea foods a specialty. Large, airy rooms. Spacious verandas. Excellent table board. Special rates to parties. For further information, address Cnptulii .1. E. Foster, C.ipe View Cottage. Buckroe Beach Va. HOTEL WESTMONT Most attractive hotel, close to beach, new Casino and Sea Water Nata'.orlum. with lawns Capacity 300. Elevator. private baths, etc.; sea water and tome baths. Special, IIS.M up weekly. Booklet. M. R. SOMKKs. Manager. BEST SUMMER OUTING. All kinds OUTDOOR LIFE. Bowling and Pool free; 10 miles on power-boat. 10c. Two Hotels: moderate rates. Illustrated book? lets Address A. H (1. MBAR8, Warhaprengue. K S Va. NATURAL BRIDGE HOTEL FOR REST AND RECREATION. Virginia's leading all-the-year .Moun? tain Resort. Fine hotel. Write for book? let and rates. Address W. G. HAMIL? TON, Man-after. Alone the. Ocean anil Bnnnltvalk. HOTEL RUDOLF Capacity 1,000, Open always. Offering every .ippnlntmeni, comfort and luxury. Sea water in ull buttm; no extra charge for use of bnlh. All rooms overlook tho sea. Or? chestra of soloists, frequent social events Famous grill and cafe. Illustrated booklet mailed. JOKL HII.LMAN. Tres. A. S RUKEY8ER. Mgr. CHOCK KIT AltSEMC-I.ITHIA SPRINGS AND OATHS. Opens June 1st. Elevation, 2,150 fee* Cures Nervous Prostration. Dyspepsia, I Rheumatic and :?kln Troubles, Malaria. Kidney and Rladder Disorders and Fe? male Irregularities Clears and buSll lllles th0 complexion. Write for hook let. M. C. THOMAS, Crockett Springs. Va. The Blue Mountain House IN THE HEAtcT Of TilE BLUE ItlDOB. i Superbly located at elevation o' two thous and .'?.?!, with unobstructed view of world- '. famed Cumberland and shenamloJh Valleys. \ Modern In every detail; room* with or with out private baths, eltctrlc telephones, hot and cold wuur throughout the house. Exhilarating atmosphere, beautiful scenery, delightful drives, excsllcnt Hiding Academy eoneeied with hotel. For rates, booklets, etc.. address BOND & OIBBONS, Bluo Mountain, Md. ?pumnurJRessort?. YELLOW gILPHIR SPHING3, Moataomery Couaty, Va. The wntefft euro dyspepsia, malaria, ttidhey ana Bladder disorders and fe? in ni* Irrotfularltles. Dar.cir.K and bowl liit, A HpOOlalty. For further lnforma? Ii-.., fuidrosi J. R. HOLT, Mnnngcr. GRANLIDEN HOTEL, LAKE 8UNAPKK. N. n. OBe of the finest hotels (n tha White Mountains. Golf. Tennis. Fisning. etc. ONE OF THE IDEAL TOUR HOTELS. I Wrlto for Circular. W. W. BROWN, Lake Sunapee. N. HY The Virginia Bay Ocean View, Va, HeaioD of mill .Tune 13 to Sept. 1. I The Most Popular Summer Hotel on the Virginia Coast. 1 Its Fifth Season Under the Same .Mm agement. Immediately on water front. Use of bath houses Free to Guests. A new $25.000 Dancing Pavilion has Just been completed Just below the Virginia Bay. Mnke your arrangements to spend your vacations with us. For rates and other information write JXO. A. TUCKER. Msaager. BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS Botetourt County, Vs. Booklet mailed on application to PHIL F. BROWN. Pulaski Alum Springs PULASKI, VA. Open June 1, 1911. Elevation, 2,000 feet. Accommoda? tion, 200 guests. The most delightful 1 summer resort in the Virginia mountains. Water is endorsed by the leading phy? sicians in the State for all forms of Stom [ ach, Blood, Liver and Kidney Troubles I Rates reasonable Fare excellent. Wa? ter shipped the year round. Write for booklet. R. C. GRAHAM, Owner and Manager, Pulaski, Va Mass a netta Springs Modern In every' particular, accommoda? tions for 150 guests, now open. Flvo houra from Richmond, with Pullman Service as far as Staunton, over the C< & O. R, R. For booklets, rates, ate, address tha Massar.etta Springs Co., Inc., Box 274, Harrlsonburg. Va. MASSANETTA WATER for Malaria, Sto? mach, Kidney and Nervous Trouble has no equal. Messrs. Powers-Taylor Drug* Co. Wholesale distributing agonts for Rich? mond. Buena Vista Springs Hotel In the Blue Ridge. Franklin county. Pa.. 2.000 feet above sea level. Cool, bracing. Superb scenery; tine drives, rure spring water; garage. Modern equipment, unexcelled cuisine. Opens for Season June 14. 1911 Same efficient management as lnat year. Rooms?single or en suite, with private baths?now booking. For chart, terms and booklet, ad? dress R-mnert Hotel, Baltimore. Md. THOMAS P. PERKINS, President. EDW. DAVIS. Secretary. GOLF AND TENNIS at the White Sulphur Springs Best nine-holo golf course in the moun? tains. New clubhouse. Eminent pro? fessional in chnrge. Clay tennis r, urts, absolutely perfect and In the best condition. Halt n million dollar* have Just been spent Installing modern Improvements in this famous old resort. On the main line of the C. &0. Ry. Always cool?2,000 ft. elevation. Opens June 15th. Closes October 15th. Booklots at City Ticket Offices. C. * O. Ry No 803 E Main Street; Richmond Transfer Co., SCO E. Main Streea. or address OEO. F. Adams, Mgr.. White Sulphur Springs. W . Va If you prefer the Seashore, the Chamber?! Old Point Comfort. Va.. Is also under the mat agxment of Mr. Adams. 4101 to S HEALTH AND PLEASURE, Unexcelled climate, mountain scenery, gol? riding, driving, fishing, hunting, etc. Modern hotel, rooms with or without bath. T?te Spring Mineral Water famous for stomach, liver, bladder, kidneys, blood. J. M. Studebiker, aulo manufacturer,South Bend,Irxt.,aayti 'I owe my life and health totfte water of Tita Spring." i) niuttntfsd bookltt mailtd. TAtE SPRING COMPANY, T?te Sprint?, Tcoa.