(wall paintings by E. Voith; see p. 55); in the *Monopol Hotel
(p. 2): Victm-ia Cafe, Unter den Linden 46: Cafe Sa.rouia,
Koniggi'iilzei-Slr. 10, in the Hotel Saxonia: '"Cafe Klose. Leipziger-
Slr. 19, corner of the Mauer-St r.; Heielishallen Cafe. Leipziger-
Str. 77, on the Donbofl'-Platz; Kaiser Cafe, Fricilrieh-Str.176-178
(also confectioner): Cafe herkau, Friedricb-Slr. 59-60 I billiards;:
Cafe Friedrirlisltof, Friedrich-Slr. 41-42, corner of the Koch-Str.;
Cafe Cent vol-Hotel (p. 2); ''Cafe Schiller, Mohren-Str. 31, on
the Gendarmen-Markt, in the Hotel de France (p.3), billiards: in the
Grand. Hotel Alexaiuler-Platz (p. 4): Hesideiiz Cafe. Alexander-
Sir. 16: Borsen Cafe, Burg-Str. 27: l'omauisches (_'afe, close to
the Emperor William Memorial Church (p. 173). Luncheons and
beer (generally Pilsner) may be procured at all these cafes. Cup of
colt'ee 25, 'melange'(glass of milk, coffee, and whipped cream)40pf.;
baskets with cakes, etc., stand on the tables. The waiter expects
5-10 pf. per person.
Confectioners (cup of coffee 30, chocolate 40, ices 50 pf.).
Payment is usually made at the cashier's desk and no gratuities
arc necessary; smoking allowed in special smoking rooms only.
*Kranzler, Unter den Linden 25, S. side, corner of the Friedrich-
Str.; *Jostg, Bellevue Sir. 21-22 (also been; ^Schilling, Friedrich-
Str. 209, corner of the Koch-Str., with branch at Kurfursten-Damm
234; Quentin, Charlotten-Str. 50, corner of theTaubeii-Str., opposite
the Royal Theatre; Midler, Friedrich-Str. 94, opposite the Central-
Hotel; d.'I/eureuse, Ross-Sir. 30 (chocolate 30 pf.): Gitmpert,
Konig-Str. 22-24: Asrhiuger, Alexander-!'hitz: Lagoy//r//,Schloss-
Platz 3 (frequented by Scandinavians). — The following are pa¬
tronized almost exclusively by ladies: *Buchholz, Friedrich-Str.
162; Hillbrich, Leipziger-Str."24.
e. Stadtbahn and Ringbahn. Electric Elevated and
('(imp. Plans opposite the title-page and at p. 13, and the Map at p. 177.
The Stadtbahn, or City Railway, built in 1S74-S2, is 10 M.
in length and stretches through the N. half of the inner city from
Westend-Charlottenburg on the S. to Stralau-Rummelsburg on the
E., whence an extension to Licbtenberg is projected. It is connected
with the Ringbahn, built in 1867-77, which runs through the N.
suburbs and makes a wide sweep round the S. portion of the city.
Trains run on the Stadtbahn from about 5 a.m. till after midnight
at intervals of 5 minutes, and on the Ringbahn every 10-20 minutes.
There are only two classes, second and third. Fares for anv
5 stations 15 and 10 pf., beyond that distance 30 and 20 pf. Except
at the busiest hours (1-3 and 5-7 p.m.), gentlemen usually travel