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Road of a Thousand Wonders

Fifteen Franciscan Missions, from ninety to one hundred and thirty years old, are along the Road of a Thousand Wonders, northward from Los Angeles, California, toward Portland, Oregon, the Rose City. Ten are well preserved and have such beauty and simplicity, such romance and history, with ancient records and more ancient pictures, as to warrant many a visit. The way to California is easy this summer-the round trip rates are very low. For a beautiful book describing this line along great sea beaches, through magnificent forests, past America's greatest mountains, and a copy, too, of Sunset, Magazine of the Wideawake West, send fifteen cents to Chas. S. Fee, Passenger Traffic Manager, Southern Pacific Co., Dept. D, Flood Building, San Francisco, California.

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(From N. Y. Herald, April 21, 1907.)

"AMERICAN TOURISTS MAKE LONDON

THEIR RENDEZVOUS.
[SPECIAL CABLE TO THE HERALD]

HERALD BUREAU,
No. 49 AVENUE DE L'OPERA,

Paris, Sunday. London.- There were more Americans to be seen in London yesterday than at any prior time this season, many having arrived on the Baltic, others having come over from the Continent."

THE HOTEL

CECIL

The Ideal American

Rendezvous

The Focus of the Fashionable World in the Most Central, Picturesque and

Commanding Situation in

LONDON

The Hotel Cecil enjoys the largest clientele of refined American tourists who make it their European Headquarters on account of its superb location, superior accommodations, luxurious appointments for comfort and liberal management who thoroughly understand and cater to their demands and desires. No wish too small for its attention, no demand too large for its resources.

At the Hotel Cecil you can live as you please, formal or informal, and in reach of the well filled or economical purse. Bedrooms from $1.25 per day up, with Bath and Sitting Room, from $6.25 per day up, light and attendance included. Table d'Hote Breakfast, 60c., 70c., 85c.; Luncheon, 85c.; Dinner, $1.25, or in the Restaurant you may secure a repast as elaborate as desired. Attached to the Cecil is the only up-to-date American Bar on the continent.

READ THE “CECIL BOOKLET »

It tells you all about the Hotel, provides you with a clearly defined map of London, gives you information about places of interest, tells you what to do, where to stay. It can be had for the asking, by mail, or in person, from

Town and Country Travel

Bureau Dept. W.
289 Fourth Ave., New York.

DORLAND AGENCY,
Dept. W. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.

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American Hotel and Resort Bureau

A Directory for the convenience of magazine readers traveling for business or pleasure. Managers of hotels, camps, transportation lines, etc., wishing to be listed should apply to A. H. and R. B., Post Office Square Building, Boston.

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The Atlantic House

with its famous cuisine, occupies a commanding bluff directly on the ocean at the head of the magnificent five-mile stretch of Nantasket Beach, where sandy shore, rock-bound coast, and rolling country meet. Here nature bountifully provides the attractions of both seashore and country. The Atlantic is reached from Boston by boat or rail in an hour,-or less, or by motor-car over beautiful park roads. Season, June 15 to Sept. 9. Rates, $21 per week and upwards. Special rebates to longterm guests. For additional information and booklet address J. Linfield Damon, Jr., Manager Hotel Thorndyke, opposite Public Garden, Boston.

In the Allegheny Mountains.
BROOKSIDE INN AND COTTAGES.
Perfectly ideal. Fine table, boating, fish-
ing, good livery, perfect sanitation. Illus-
E. J. KIRKPATRICK,
Nantucket Island. BEACH
HOUSE.
A family summer home of the first class.
Seashore and country combined. Booklet.
G. H. Brinton, Siasconset, Mass.

Brookside, W.Va.

Narragansett Pier

RHODE ISLAND.

Queen of seashore resorts.
Swept by breezes from the broad Atlantic.
Unequalled bathing.
Beautiful scenery.
Casino.

Country Club.
Golf, polo, tennis.
Fishing, boating.

Elegant macadam roads.
NEW Mathewson.
IMPERIAL.
GLADSTONE.
ATLANTIC.

Atlantic City. GALEN HALL. Hotel MASSASOIT.

New brick, stone, & steel building, elegantly furnished, and with three specialties,-comfort, attendance, table. Address F. L. Young, Gen. Mgr. NEW OCEAN HOUSE

Saratoga Springs, NY. THE

WASHBURNE, THE LAFAYETTE. Both centrally located. Splendid rooms, unexcelled cuisine, spacious piazzas. Booklet. Stamford in CHURCHILL HALL, GREYCOURT INN, the Catskills. HOTEL HAMILTON: Under one management. Modern. All amusements, music, spring water, garage. Booklet. S. I. Brown, Prop. Catskill, N.Y. SUMMIT HILL HOUSE. Home of Rip Van Winkle. View of Hudson, pine grove, driving, boating, fishing, bowling, pool, billiards. Booklet. Milton H. Becker.

K.

Fairhaven, Mass.TABITHA INN. Prop. New,high-class house, pleasant rooms, superior cuisine. Beautiful drives, macadam roads. Automobiling. Prices $15 to $25 w'k. On Vineyard Sound, FALMOUTH MASS. Macadam_roads. Water tempera: ture, 74 degrees. Special rates, June and Sept. Craig House and The Terrace Gables. Plymouth, Mass. HOTEL PILGRIM. June to Sept. On a Bluff above Plymouth Bay. Rooms with and without bath. Golf, tennis, bathing, fishing, boating, fine roads. P. P. Pretto, Mgr.

GREEN'S INN:
METATOXET.
ATWOOD.

SEA VIEW HOUSE.
NARRAGANSETT
COTTAGE.

Address above Hotels.

Swampscott, Mass.

30 Minutes from Boston by Rail
Accommodations for 400
Thoroughly Modern

The most up-to-date summer hotel on the
Massachusetts coast. Delightfully situated,
safe surf-bathing, sailing, fishing, and finest
roads for driving, riding, and automobiling
in America. Boarding stable and garage,
superb orchestra, facilities for every out-of.
door sport. Select patronage..
Write for booklet and other information.
AINSLIE AND GRABOW
Proprietors
673'Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

Beach Haven, N.J. THE ENGLE

land on Jersey Large rooms, modern

coast that combines perfect bathing, always good fishing, with a modern hotel, and gives

from hay fever besides. Booklet. golf, and tennis. R. F. Engle, Manager.

June

Magnolia, Mass. HOTEL HESPE-
Cuisine and table service un conveniences:
chestra. Excellent roads, fishing. bathing.

For booklet and rates address
Frank D. Bennett, Magnolia, Mass.

New Hygeia, Block Island, R.I. In Mid-Ocean. Capacity, 300. Coolest resort on coast. Sea air, surf-bathing, great health restorer. Booklet. J. C. Champlin, Prop.

Weekapaug Inn. Directly on the ocean.

Always cool. Charming, restful spot. Tennis, Golf, Fishing, Boating, Touring Cars, Fresh Sea-food. F. C. Buffum, Weekapaug, R I.

Asquam Lakes. THE ASQUAM

HOUSE. High elevation, unsurpassed view of lakes and mountains, boating, bathing, fishing, driv

ing. H. F. Dorr, owner, Holderness, N.H. Camp Ossipee for sembly halls, Boys (Lake Ossipee) stables, tents,

Bungalows, as

launch, boats, horses, coaching and roughing trips," farm. Trips to Canada, Jamestown Exp., Europe offered. Appointments in N. Y. and Phila.

Magnolia, Mass. THE NEW MAG-H. R. Young, B. A. A. Club, Boston.
NOLIA. Superbly
located on "North Shore." Beautiful drives
golf, tennis, fishing, C.
H. MOWRY, Mgr., 673 Boylston St.; Boston:
Turk's Head Inn,

for Boys. Asquam

Camp Algonquin. A Summer Camp Lake, Holderness, N.H. Twenty-second season opens June 26. A pure outdoor life -boating, bathing, canoeing, mountain climbing, sports; tutoring. References reEdwin DeMeritte, 180 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.

Rockport, Mass.

quired. Send for circular.

SEASHORE.

Piazza 400 feet Long THE HAR

Camp for Camp Winnecook, UNITY, ME.-A BOR VIEW. Boys. 5th season. On beautiful lake, in E. Gloucester, Mass. Directly on Gloucester pine forest. Illustrated booklet. H. L. Bay; homelike rooms; excellent table. For Rand, Prin. Lincoln School, Malden, Mass. terms & booklet apply to W. F. Osborne. SANTUIT HOUSE Cape Cod, AND COTTAGES. Cotuit, Mass. Boating, bathing, and fishing. Fine walks and drives. James Webb, Proprietor. Rye Beach, N.H. FARRAGUT HOUSE, charmingly situated. Combines seashore and country. Golf links; superb bathing beach, with hot salt baths. Fifty miles from Boston over magnificent roads. Garage. Public and private baths.

Franconia Inn and Cottages,
Sugar Hill, White Mts., N.H.

Grand scenery, fine roads, pure and in-
vigorating air. On slope of beautiful hill.
Excellent table supplied from our gar-
dens and farms. Artesian well water.
Sanitary plumbing and drainage.
Tennis and golf links.
Robert Peckett, Franconia, N.H.
White Mountains. BREEZY HILL

HOUSE. Near
Sugar Hill. Alt. 1,600 ft. Fine cuisine.
Crystal Spring Water. Golf, tennis, bowl-
ing, billiards. Swimming pool. Eben Fish,
Prop., Lisbon, N. H.

Boston,

NORFOLK
HOUSE, Eliot
Old Home Week.
Square. Quiet,
Old Home Week
convenient location.
headquarters for former Roxbury residents.
Free souvenir card. C. G. Jones.

The Art of Travel, A book devoted to
the
By H. H. Powers. lems of European
travel. 18 pp. Price 20 cents. Bureau of
University Travel, 49 Trinity Place, Boston.

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THE MOST CHARMING INLAND WATER
TRIP ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND ALBANY.

Steamers "Hendrick Hudson,"
" New York" and "Albany."
General Office, Desbrosses Street Pier,

New York.

Summertime is Vacation Time

The vacation which is intelligently planned will bring pleasure, rest and

recreation to the most prosaic life. Can't We Help You Plan It ?

The Pere Marquette Railroad publishes a number of handsomely illustrated

guide books to the principal Rest Spots of Michigan.

Michigan Summer Resorts tells of the resorts of the upper Lake Michigan country. “ Michigan East Coast Resorts” describes the lower shore of Lake Michigan. Then there is “ Fishing and Hunting in Michigan," and booklets describing the resorts at Charlevoix, Ottawa Beach and Point aux Barques in detail.

These booklets will be sent to any address on request to H. F. MOELLER, G. P. A.,

310 Union Station, Detroit, Mich.

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