Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, June 28, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

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" When a Girl "
By ASK LISLE
A New, Romantic Serial Dealing With the Absorbing
Problems of a Girl Wife
"Oh. Jim!" I cried, shrinking back
unhappily from the mounting fury I
could see on his face. "It's because I
knew what it meant that I hated so
to show you the check."
"No wonder," stormed Jim. "By
Jove! you must have given Phoebe
nearly all you had —and West takes
it from the kid. That's my partner!
You didn't like him from the jump.
Now he's lived up to your expecta
tions."
It was Jim who was living up to
my expectations. . . I knew
that love and happiness couldn't last
and I had dreaded Jim's flying into
a rage when I opened my case against
his partner. Still I had to do it
there wasn't any choice. With my
heart in my throat I found stumbling
words:
"No, I never trusted Dick West.
But I didn't bring you this proof
against him because I wanted to say
'I told you so.' Oh, Jim. I don t
want to nag—or crow over—over
anyone. But I want you to save
Phoebe. Now that you've seen the
clicck, no matter how you feel
about ine, I know you'll take care of
her."
The line between Jim's brows
deepened and his words came tumb
ling over each other:
"You know darn well I'll take care
of har. And of him—now that you've
shown me what he is," Jim stared at
me strangely and, crossing to my side
laid his hands heavily on my shoul
ders. His tone changed until he was
almost mumbling, "Only I couldn't
see it until you showed me the
proof. I couldn't take your word.
Maybe you won't be able to forget
that in a hurry. . . ."
I thought I could detect his. old
impatience of me in his shaking
voice, and I cowered away. His
stiff fingers dropped from my shoul
ders and Jim sank down in a chair
and stared into space as he went on
furiously:
"The dirty scoundrel! He let my
little sister in for some shady deals.
And sold her out. The way he
would have sold Terry out if you
hadn't been on to him from the first.
Poor little Phoebe—head over heels
in debt to West and scared to death.
Blackmail—that's what it is, the
yellow cur! I was a fool Anne. But
you—-you little brick—you saw!"
Then I saw. 1 dropped on my
knees at Jim's side and cried.
"You aren't angry at me, Jim. I
liavn't driven you away from me
again? It's West "
Jim looked dow nat me in amaze
ment. Then he laid his arm around
my shoulders and drew me close so
my head nestled against him. The
color came back to his face and his
eyes lost their remote look. The
corners of his mouth actually twitch
ed.
"You blessed baby!" he said.
"Afraid I'd hate you for getting the
goods on me. Didn't you think I'd
be decent enough to own myself
wrong?"
There was a hint of reproach in
his voice. I nestled closer and lifted
my hand to lay it against his cheek.
"Oh, Jimmy-boy, I'm sorry," I
murmured. "But I was so happy
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SATURDAY EVENING,
when I found out you hadn't stopped
loving me—and so afraid It was too
wonderful to last Betty told me not
to be hard. And I thought It would
seem hard when I dragged In busi
ness again—and my evidence. I
thought it might seem as if I were
crowing over you, 1 wanted things
to stay sweet and dear like they
were last night. And I almost was
ready to sacrifice Phoebe . . ."
Jim drew me close to his heart for
a breathless instant. Then he lifted
me to my feet and rose to face me.
"Anne, dear, I deserve this," he
said quietly. "To lose your trust,
and have you think 1 can't feel any
thing better than —emotions of a mo
ment. But I don't deserve to have
you care the way you do. Only prom
ise me you'll never stop. And I
promise you I'll do more to deserve
it. You're mine, girl—and I love
you."
Jim drew me into his arms. I felt
they would always hold me now. And
I laughted a little, because it was
better than crying. Then I crept
close to Jim's heart, for I knew now
that love does last. I vowed to tend
the flame very tenderly so it might
burn in our hearts forever. Jim
kissed mo over and over—very gent
ly.
Then he put me away and faced
mo with taut jaw and purposeful
eyes. For one second 1 felt hurt that
he could think of business. Then I
knew I'd rather have him so—a man
to do a man's work.
"About West," he said." Queer
this phase of it didn't strike you, but
I'm glad it didn't, for it shows you
are my 'lilac lady' and not the ex
ecutive. Barbara Anne Lee. West has
not only behaved like the cur he is
to rhoebe. He has also double
crossed his partner and cheated the
firm. This transaction isn't on our
books, as you know. See what it
means?"
"Yes," t replied, breathlessly. "I
see. What are you going to do?"
"I'm going to take care of him," re
plied Jim through clenched teeth.
"I'll get his apartment on the wire
now. He ought to be back by this
time. And he and I are due for a
show-down this very evening."
As Jim strode toward the tele
phone it rang. Impatiently he jerk
ed it off the hook. But in a second
his voice and manner mellowed.
"Hul-10, youngster!" he said. "All
alone? Well then you jump in a taxi
and chase over here pronto. No
back-talk. We'll look for you in ten
minutes. So long."
Jim turned from the 'phone for a
second, rattling the receiver hook up
and down to attract central. ,
"That was Phoebe," he said.
"She's coming over to dinner. Now
to call West."
(To be continued.)
ADOPT \OSi PARTISAN LAWS
By Associated Press.
I Fnrgo, N. D„ June 28.—With 1,306
I precincts out of 2,856 in North Dako
| ta reported, the Non-Partisan League
! laws, voted on in Thursday's election,
last night showed 36.262 affirmative
I and 35,628 negative votes. These re
j turns indicated the adoption of all
i the laws by a substantial majority.
Bringing Up Father Copyright, 1918, International News Service /- Bj/ McManm
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THE LOVE GAMBLER
By Virginia Terhune Van de Water
CHAPTKR XXVII.
Desiree hung up the receiver after
her telephone conversation with her
chauffeur. Her lips were compressed
and her dark eyes snapped. She was
much annoyed. Not because of the
slight, accident to the car. That
might have been the result of care
lessness. which under ordinary cir
cumstances, she could have excused.
That the carelessness had been the
outcome of David's pre-occupation
with thoughts of Norah she was sure.
And this she found hard to accept
calmly.
She did not know why she should
be so indignant, but she was. Had
it been Cassidy who had been heed
less, had he been guilty of a lack
of courtesy to her guests, and he
stood by the front gate spooning—
yes, that was the word, spooning—
with her maid while two ladies wait
ed for the car —that would have been
bad enough.
But that Smith—whom she had sup
posed was a superior sort of fellow
—should do this was most exasperat
ing. She had mentally reviewed his
behavior repeatedly during the night,
and each time she had been more
offended. Offended with him, of
course, but even more offended with
Norah.
The girl was angling for Smith, and
Smith was probably flirting with her.
Norah was a fool. Perhaps Smith
was a knave. Well, Norah's mistress
would warn the girl that she must
be more circumspect. She was too
pretty to be taken in by an unscrupu
lous man.
So thoroughly does wounded pride
mask itself as regard for the safety
of another woman!
DilTleult Problem
Yet, was Smith unscrupulous? De
siree checked herself to ask this
question honestly. Might he not
really be in love with Norah? She
had told her father that the idea
was unthinkable. But was it?
She would almost rather believe
that Smith was flirting than that he
was falling in love with Norah. She
was sure they were not suited to
each other. And, somehow, Smith
was different.
Well, she could not discuss the mat
ter with him. That was out of her
province. But she could and would
put Norah on her guard.
So, when she was ready to dress
for the street, she rang for her maid.
She had avoided any conversation
with her this morning—a fact that
Norah had noted with growing uneas
iness.
"Norah," the mistress said now,
"get out my dark blue suit and the
hat that goes with it."
Norah obeyed, then stood waiting
to help Desiree dress. .
"1 do not need your assistance just
now," Desiree informed her. "But
there is something X want to talk to
you about."
"Yes me'am."
The voice was polite, but a pink
color began to creep into Norah's
face. Desiree, observing this, was
certain that the girl suspected what
the subject of the "talk" was to be.
"I have told you before," she went
on, "that I do not want you to try to
attract Smith's attention. You scarce
ly know him yet."
The pink color in Norah's face
deepened. "Kxcuse mo, please
ma'am," she ventured, "but I am not
a girl as would try to attract any
young man's attention. That's not
my way. All advances must come
from the other side."
Miss Heigh ton raised her pretty
brows inquiringly. "Then how did
it happen that you and Smith were
talking together late last night on
the sidewalk while my guests were
waiting for the car? Did he ask you
to meet him out there—or did you
suggest his doing so?"
"1 didn't suggest him doing so,"
the girl replied, a gleam of resent
ment coming to her eyes. "As I
said, ma'am, I'm not that kind."
Anoflier suggestion
Desiree was silent while she slip
ped her skirt over her head and fas-
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tened the waist band. When she
I spoke attain it was more slowly.
"I suppose, then, since you did not
j suggest Smith's meeting you outside,
j that he himself suggested it?"
j Silence.
I "I do not wish to pry into your
j affairs, Norah," the young mistress
| continued with an effort to speak as
| woman to woman. "But you are
| young, and"—with a smile—"good
; looking—and Smith is a stranger to
> you. That he has asked you to meet
; him outside at night shows that ho
: is not as careful about you as he
' should be. If he respected you, he
would ask you to allow him to come
to see you in the house where the
! other maids could share the visit
j with you."
j The girl looked up eagerly, all
I traces of vexation disappearing.
"Then Miss Lcighton, you are will
j ing I should let young men come
I here to call on me?" she questioned,
i "I often have my girl friends come
| here to see me, we all sit together,
I the other maids and me, in our sit
j ting-room down in the basement. But
I I thought you didn't allow young men
I company to call on your maids. And
Iwhen ladies don't allow it, their
maids must see their gentlemen
friends other places."
■ The logic of this was so clear that
I it made Desiree ponder.
"I had not thought of that." she
admitted. "I see your point. Of
I course, you have your evenings out.
| You can go to your own home and
see callers there."
"Yes maam. But it isn't always
convenient. And there's lots of oth
er evening's when a girl might have
company."
"So there are. Well, you girls may
have men callers here occasionally
—that is, when you are sure you
know all about the men or when I
j do."
Norah smiled. "Then, ma'am, I can
| ask Smith to call on me, can't I?"
It was Desiree's turn to flush.
"But," she objected, "you do not
know Smith at all well, Norah."
"No, ma'am— not yet ,1 don't But
I if he brought you and Mr. Leighton
good references, he must be all right,
if not, it stands to reason he wouldn't
; be in your service."
(To Be Continued.)
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Music in the Churches
lIKHRY STREET
j Morning—Prelude. "Cantilene," Sa
lome ; anthem. "Peace I Leave With
Thee," J. Varley Roberts (incidental
solo, Xlrs. Howard E. Oensler) : offer
tory, "Lento Sostenuto," Chopin; post
lude, "Finale in F," Capocci.
Evening—Prelude. "Benediction Nup
tiale," Saine-Saens; anthem, "I Will
j Arise and Go to My Father," F. Flax
j ington Barker; offertory, "The Calm
|of Night," Boex; anthem, "God. That
| Made Earth and Heaven," W. W. Gil
j Christ; postlude, "Postludc," Hyatt.
THE y.lOXi LUTHERAN
I Morning—Prelude. "Communion in
| G major,' Batiste; postlude, "Xlarch in
I B flat.t' Fouikes.
j Evening—Prelude, "Communion in E
j minor," Batiste; quartet, selected, Xlrs.
| Decevee, Miss Bennett, Mr. Shaw. Xlr.
I Smith; oflferatory, "Evening Song."
Schumann ; baritone solo, "Crossing the
Bar" (Mr. Robert Smith), Cowles;
! postlude, "Con Mote Moderator,"
| Smart. Mrs. Edwin J. Decevee, chor
| ister; XVilliam E. Bretz, organist. E. A.
i Kepner, chimes.
SECOND REFORMED
Xlorning—Prelude, "Cadinette Shep
. herd Song." Jores; anthem, "O Praise
j the Lord," Bannby; anthem, "Gloria
| From the 12th Xlass," Xlozart; post
t lude, "Festal Xlarch," Kroeger.
| Evening Prelude, "Evensong,"
I Johnson; anthem. "Be Thou Exalted
I God," Edwards; baritone solo, "Now
J the Day is Ended," Bartlett, (Mr.
I Wm. Underwood); anthem. "Around
| the Throne of God." Brown; postlude,
"Marche de fete," Barrell.
AUGSBURG LUTHERAN
Morning—Prelude, "Andante in C,"
Silas; anthem, "Our Land O Lord
With Songs of Praise," Schnecker;
offertory, "Spring Song." Jores; tenor
solo, "My Own United States" (Mr.
Hoover), Edwards; postllude, "Liberty
j Xlarch," Frysinger.
, Evening Prelude, "In Summer,"
Stebbins; anthem, "To Thee, O Coun
try," Eichberg; offertory, "Meditation,"
Frysinger ; male chorus, selected ; post
lude, "Allegro," Roeder.
SALEM REFORMED
Morning—"Festival, Prelude and
Fugue," Clarence Eddy; Gloria Patri;
anthem, "Go Not Far From Xte, O
God," from "Christus Xtiserve," by
! Zingarelli; variations IV-V on "A
I National Hymn," Attrup.
Evening—A "Elegy," Xfassenet;
B "Prelude in C Minor," Chopin;
Gloria Patri; anthem, "Softly Now
the Light of Day," Schilling, with
soprano and bass solo.
BALGHMAN M. E.
The Xlen's ChoVus from Baughman !
Xlemorial XI. E. Church, will sing I
at the evening service at Grace XI. ]
E. Church on Sunday evening. This |
well known organization is under the I
leadership of Harry W. Buttorft. The
chorus choir, under the direction of
John W. Phillips, will also sing by
special request, "The Twilight Falls"
by Emerson.
MARKET SQUARE PRESBYTERIAN
Xtorning—Prelude, Xtorse, Andante,
Dussek; the anthem, "Father of
Mercies," West; the offertory, "Can
tilena," Stebbins; the postlude, Grand
Chorus in D Xlajor, Guilmant.
ST. MATTHEWS LUTHERAN
Morning "The Lord Is Xly
Strength," Rogers; "Sing Unto the
Lord." Huhn.
Evening—"No Shadows Yonder,"
Gaul's "Holy City."
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Middldown
Church of God to
Give Flag Day Program
The Church of God Sunday school
will hold its twelfth annual flag day
exercises in the church Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock and will he a
combined service of the Sunday
school and the church service. Invi
tations have been sent out to all pa
triotic orders and all returned sol
diers. The program will consist of
flag drills, patriotic songs and recita
tions. The speaker for the occasion
will be the Rev. Charles Sayers,
of Martinsburg, W. Va., a former
overseas secretary with the Amer
ican Expeditionary Forces in France.
Miss Edna Kurtz, aged 27 years,
died at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Charles Bubb, Royalton, from
a complication of diseases. She. is
survived by her mother, one broth
er, Charles Bubb; Elsie Bubb, of
Royalton, and Mrs. Emma Johns, of
Harrisburg. The funeral will be
held from the home of her mother
in Royalton on Monday afternoon.
Burial will be made in the Middle
town Cemetery.
T. C. Smith, of Ann street, has
purchased the double frame house
in Ann street, owned by Mrs. Rob
ert Mitchell, of Lorain, Ohio, and
William Embick, of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Isaac Singer and daughter,
Gertrude, are spending sometime at
Buffalo, N. Y., with relatives.
Amos Huntzberger, of State street,
has purchased the ferryboat outfit
from Charles Myers, who recently
started to run over the Susquehanna
river. He will still continue to run
across the river and also take parties
on moonlight excursions.
A public meeting of the commit
tee on the welcome home celebra
tion has been called for next Mon
day evening in the council cham
ber.
I A special meeting of the Middle
| town Civic committee, was held in
! the council chamber last evening.
Colonel Ellsworth Camp, No. 87,
Sons of Veterans, will celebrate its
twenty-ninth anniversarv in their
lodgeroom in the G. A. It. Hall,
Emaus street, on Tuesday evening,
i July I, by holding a reception for
jthe members who have been in the
I war.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Hippie, of Pike
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FRAXKI.IN COUNTY, PA.
I A strictly modern hotel with excellent
| table nd service. Altitude 2000 feet.
Splennid roads; golf, tennis, etc.
Open June 20th to October Ist
Address until June 10th,
•John J. Gibbons. Manager
Hotel Rennert. Hwltimo'-e, Md
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Always cool and
—sri delightful. Fresh.
invigorating salt
sea breezes. Its
famous five-mile
bathing beach
ofTers the best and
I safest surf bathing on the coast-
Splendid boardwalk lined with
j high-grade amusements, theaters,
piers and novelty shops. Walter
Pfeiffer's Orchestra gives daily
concerts. Excellent hotels at
moderate rates. Fine motor
| roads. Good garage accommoda
tions. For illustrated folder and
further information, write today
to
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Secretary -• jBTII
Wildwood, N. J
Wildwood Manor £f o p clc 4 . 00; ™ h e°an
front; fresh and salt water In baths;
run. water; hot and cold, in bedrooms,
elec. elev.; tennis courts, etc. Opens
. une 27. Mrs. Wm. R. Lester, Mgr.
Hotel Sheldon. Amr. plan. Dally ratea
Rooms, with run. water, $3 to $3.50.
Pvt. baths. $4 to $6. Elev. Booklet.
D. J. WOODS, Ownership-tlnnngom'l.
AT WERNERSVII,I.E. PA.
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street, received a letter from their
son, Paul Hippie, who was a mem
ber of a hospital train overseas, that
he had arrived at Camp Mills, New
York, and expects to be mustered
out in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Segel, who spent
sometime in town as the quests
of the latter's sister, Mrs. Isaac
Singer, returned to their home at
Buffalo, N. Y.
Koreans in Siberia
Plan Demonstration
Against Japs, Is Report
Tokio. .Tune 28.—A Vladivostok
dispatch received in Tokio says the
Koreans there and in other districts
of Siberia are secretly planing fur
ther demonstrations against Japan.
The anti-Japanese Koreans are en
couraged by the fact that among
; various sections of the Japanese, in
i eluding some newspapers, an ad
i verse criticism is directed against
| Japan's administration. The Kor
eans, says the dispatch, are under
the impression that even if they
fail to convert Korea into an inde
pendent state, they will ultimately
be successful in causing Japan to
I alter her military administration so
| as to increase the happiness of the
| Koreans.
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cold water baths. $2.00 up dally. sl2
up weekly. Estab. 40 years. Emerson
Croutha'i.el, Mgr.
HOTEL ALDER
0 S. M. Vernon Ave.
Centralfy located. American & Euro
pean Plans. Fine rms. Excel, table.
Mud. rates. Bathing from hotel
O. 11. ALDER
AMERICAN PLAN (with meals)
$3.00 up Daily, $15.00 up Weekly
Bent Located Popular Price Hotel
NETHERLANDS
New York Ave. 50 Yds, from B'dwalk
Overlooking lawn and ocean. Cap. 400
Elevator; private baths; hot and cold
running water in rooms; table
and service a feature
SPECIAL Fit EE FEATURES
BATHING PRIVILEGE FROM HOTEL
LAWN TENNIS COURT, DANCE Fl.'R
Booklet with Points of Interest mailed
AUGUST RUHWADKL, Proprietor
THE WILTSHIRE,
Virginia ave. and Beach. Ocean
view. Capacity 350. Private baths,
running water in rooms, elevator, etc.
Amur, plan, special weekly rates.
Booklet. .SAMUEL ELLIS.
HE AL Y'S~
Ocean End Kentucky Ave.
All conveniences.'Klevator to street
level. Terms reasonable. Capacity 300.
Booklet.
" SOMERSET HOUSE
MISSISSIPPI AVE. * th house
from beach
32nd season under same management.
12.50 up dally. Special weekly.
MRS. RUTH STEES. Prop.
HOTEL ESPLANADE
Coolest and Most Attractive Location
WHOLE BLOCK. OCEAN FRONT.
Directly on the Boardwalk. Boston
to Sovereign ave., in exclusive Chelsea
section. Capacity, 500. Fresh and sea
water baths, private and public and
every appointment. Modern hydro
therapeutic department.
Orchestra Dancing.
Auto bus meets trains. Booklet.
Ownership direction. VV. F. SHAW.
jyiorNficELLo
I Mucels IN COMfort.servicc and cuisine
Kentucky av. & Beach. Heart of At
lantic City. Cap. 500; modern through
out. $3 up dally; JIB up weekly;
American plan. A. C. EKHOLM.
AT ATLANTIC CITY, IS". J. AT ATLANTIC CITY, X, J.
|fr ATLANTIC CITY I
/ I New Jersey
I ( COME AND ENJOY THE OCEAN
\ V on t ' le Ba f ea L sunniest, broadest beaches that ever made
\ Y loß\\ BUrF 'b a thing popular. Linger on the delightful sands
V h\ Yiv \ \ gradually sloping into the warm Atlantic surf,
y where an army of bathers can frolic without
touching elbows.
Then for diversion, yon ran take a rolling-chair ride en the feecifeating
Boardwalk, wend your way to the Golf Link*, or join a jolly fiihing party.
Atlantic City'a aim it to entertain her visitor*, and thi* the doe* right royally—
Pier*, Theatre*. Vaudeville, Concert*. Dancing. Sailing, Aviation, Horseback
riding. Swimming Pool*— there'* Recreation and Amusement everywhere.
Kj) The Landing Houses Are Always Open
and will gladly (urniah full Information, rates, te., upon
J! *A request (Hotela are all American Plan, unlcaa otherwiae
asrlksrcsfh -llanMe Hotel Dennis Motel St. Chela*
T" ! ,r h : "-A.L~eh.Msr. S
joaiahWhiteASon*Co. Hotel Strand '■
f. b. Off and The Shelburne
(.4 Hotel Chelsea H.C.Edward. European PUn
J- B. Thompson A Ce. Seaside House J. Weikal, Mgr.
9b Salon Hill F. P. Cook . Son.
nwi As.D.ioriow The Holmhr*t Th " W<H*here J,,
- Galea Hall Ca. A. I!. Darnell Saaraal Elite ijsj
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Find Much Sulphur in
Heavy Shower of Rain
By Associated Press.
Dawson, Y. T., June 28. —A sulphur
laden shower of rain, a rare phenom
enon. fell over Dawson and its vic
inity Thursday. A 30-minute down
pour left pools and sidewalks streaked
with a yellow substance which chem
ists declared was sulphur and which
they believed was carried in the up
per atmospheric currents from some
distant volcano eruption. A similar
precipitation has .been reported at
Eagle, a hundred miles north of
Dawson, and also in northern Brit
ish Columbia.
RESORTS
AT ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
THE SAN JOSE
132 St. James Place. Filth house from
beach. European Plan. Terms attiac
] live. 15th season. McNainara &
I Hughes Owners.
HOTEL BREVOORT
18 South Carolina Ave. Near Beach
and Penna. R. R. Large airy rooms,
Amer. Plan $2.50 up daily. $15.00 up
weekly Under new management.
CO U RTESY, n U AI.ITY, SERVICE
HOTEL KENTUCKY,
KENTUCKY AV., NEAR BEACH.
Euro. Plan—Rates, $1 to $3.50 Uailv
American Plan—s3 to $5 daily. si,
to $25 weekly.
Kiev.; eiec. lights; tel. every room,
run. water in rooms; private baths
Phone 3105. N. B. KENNADI.
HOTEL BISCAYNE ~
Kentucky Ave. Fourth hotel from
Beach. Amer. plan $2.50 up daily sl4
up wkly. Europ. $1 up dly. Harrison
Hippie.
HOTEL CLEARVIEW
2217 Pacific Ave. 16th season. Ameri
can &. European. Bathing from hotel
MRS. S. MEGAW.
51 O.ST AMIABLE HOSTESS IN TOWN
THE HAVERHILL '
17 S. Illinois Avenue
Near beach. $2.50 daily; $15.00 weekly
Mrs. Letltia Mathews
THE MAYNARD
10 So. Michigan Ave.
Convenient to piers. Excellent table
Pleas, surroundings. Terms mod.
MRS. T. PORTER.
$3.60 up Dsily. $ 14.Q0 nnti'kly. Am. Plnu
ELBERd
& Fireproof Annex. 'lennesaets Av. nr. i'.Mach
Cap. 400. Central: open aurroundintrs; opp. Latho
He and Protectant Churches. Private Birh*
RUNNING WATER IN ALL ROWS
Excellent table; fresh vegetables. Window*
•ereened. White service. Booklet R. 6. lIJDY.M D
CHESTER HOUSI;
15 & 17 S. Georgia Ave., nr. Beach
Two sus. from Beading Sta. sl.su i ,
2 dly; $9 to 10 wky. Mrs. T. Dickers, u
'Portrait ||'|
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Summers OuTfnSf j
j6r Health and Recreation. i
fyeffomSrCffAPLES \
_ on the Beach/ron t
CrvryCanventenoeand Luxury
with thorough Service aha 1
Courtesy predominant.
fir Bookie 1 Floor Plan.
Road Map cSpeciolßates
° "HfiliamA Leech Manager j
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