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Absenee of Formality Marks
Many Social Affairs.
Asbury Park, N. J., July SO, A notable
er*ertainnK-!it phuined for early Auguat
*g a week's tair which the Asbury Park
Ijodge ot ESka wlli hold ln the bea u
auJftori'im. The fhlr wlll be heW th.
n-eefc of Augusl t, and apeclal tralna will
bo pm from New York and way st."
for vlsltlng 604lg4rs Many mimmrr peoph
here have con entod to take pari In th.
varlous entertainm* ms arrauiged for the
week. The fall la to be given for th^
ber.efit of the Blks" Home bulldlng eom
mlttee. Tho \o<\^>- has purchaaad the <>!il
Commerclai Hotel property, al the corner
of Cookmun avenue and Heck Btreet, and
will build a handsome MOvOM four Btorj
Thls resort haa been very fortunate In
having tafc* weather. Tha return of tha
hot aprll foond the resort stiil sw.pt by
?.?>a breeaes an;' tb.- aurl Ideal. Thou
sands of heai-strb-k.-n vuritOTfl have
ruBhed here from tbe dtles thla wi ?!< to
find rcllef alonfc' th" eool OSPtanade, Ihe
lakes and ln ali-dav batlia in th.- ocean.
The terriflc thunderstorm thnt held Aj
hury PaJk ln 't3 Pr|P for thr. ? houra laal j
Sunday broiRiit a reapito on Monday. bul .
the next day aaw tha return ot oppreaalve ;
heat, ajirl th* tliern.oniet. r lias eontinued j
well in the 90 s over alnca
At a meoting held at the Hotel Park
view ti.is we^k tho sxeeuttve commlttee
which is to bave charge of annual "tag ,
da>." whlch \h to b. held % ladsl 1". was |
wleeted. lt was also deeid.-l to have a
dance for the "taxKfis" on Monday even- ]
ing foilowing "tag day." Uist year mor. :
than $6,<>? was ralaed for local hoapitala
Prominent ?:itiz.'"rs Interested ln Ihe ,
ocean boulevard along Uic Norili Jersey j
coast gathered at the New Monterey for
th?> annual bauuiuet of tho boulevard cora
jnlsidon on Thuraday. Among those ln?
vited were ex-Gov.rnof .lohn Kraiiklln
Fort. Ptate Board GoaBmtssfoner K, A.
Stevene. Siate flktglnoar B. A. Meeker, I
T. Frank Applf-by and Jefferson B
Asbury Park takes Its atnuaetni nts In |
tabloid doaes this hot weather, and ls ,
very thforonel about it, too. Bhlrtwalata
and flarinelB are popular draaa for the
mldwe*k daiices. A couple of dan<-.
stroll on the hoardwalk. one or twu nuni- \
bera in the lidouardo concert and a half- j
hour b'oasip at one of the boardwalk ,
pavllIonH is uaually the most Btronuoufl j
programmc that young fulks will attempl j
of evenlnge. The excltement attendanl
upon the arrl\al of week-end BWalna
however. lures young women to don thelr
beat hlb for the formal Sunday night
dances. and theso affairs are qulte t rlU
Intereat in the coming carnival evi
other antertaJnmanta planned for Au
? is awaktning renewed Inten
' itglns to wana The carnival eventa
... aet a full weak abead of forine
BOna thls aummer. and the time la irav
ing near when th* carnival queen and
her falr ladles ln waitlng rr.ust be aalect
ed. The first carnival event is n-n for
next W?dnesday evenlng. when t'r..j Wi
ley 1a..c night pagea:it Will be given.
More than Bevearty canoes, rowboats ar.d
floats have I ??? n ontared for the wat* r
parade. Tho :il ba decorated and pria
wlll be glven ?r Ihe bect dc-coratlons.
Ocean Oro\e. N, J., July 20 -One Of tbe
niost lnturestlng gathertr.ga :bat come to
Ocean Grove annually is the convention
of the church organlsts of America and
''anada. This gatherlng bliBga rnan
notable muslcians here to dlscuss ehurch
muslo and the debate ls often llvely aml
:nterestlng. Demonstrationa are given on
UM blg Audltorium organ and the after?
noon reciUls are open to the publlc. The
organlstB come next month and wlll be
in eesslon ten days.
Sunect Lodgc-J. L. Shea. L. Bhea '
.Stewart, MIhs Kathryn WmkUr, Mlaa
Loulse Wlnkler. H. C. Openshaw. Mat
tbew J. Wlnkler. Mlss Catherlno Abet, W.
J. Wjinner, Mlss C. C Giltint, MIhs
Marton Jukuson. Miss Ellzabeth Batts.
Mra Hugh t>oon, Mlss G. H. I>eltman,
Miss E. Maxwell. E. Maxwell und J. M.
Kennan, Jr.. of New York.
Majestlc-Mlss Florence D. Will-. W. E.
*-*ook. G. Benney Smlth. A. D. Batchellor,
Mr.-. A. 1>. Batchellor, JuttUfl B. Maysr,
J Laniberg. Mr. and Mrs. H M. Heller,
Allen S. Gookin, Miss Emma Wille>, Mr.
and Mrs. G. D. Hrattys, Mr. and Mra.
R C. t.'ook and son. Mrs B. M. I'aullc
hab.-r and MIbb M. C. Faulkhaber, of New
New Phlladelphia-Mrs. Rertha 11*111".
Mrs. W. Yard. Mlss W. Yard. KaUuUalal
G. Morrow and Miss Annie Morrow, of
.M?rlborough-H. J. I?gergren. D. M
Stout and Mr. and Mrs. J. L .Icnmngs,
Of New Vork.
Lafayette-Mlaa J. Droze and W. A B.
Ckarka Of New York. and Wllliam H.
Luak and Mrs. John Clarke, of Brooklyn
inlted States-R. O. fonstablt-. Mrs.
Thomas COBaOtebta MMB Maud Constable.
Mlaa Beasle Constable and Franklln Con
atable, of MaOf York.
I l Girt, X. J.. July 20.-Governor Wil
?on sp^nt Tuesday -is usual in Trenton.
but ba has ber-n here the rest of the
*p?*k. Tbe axaeutlva manaion has been
the seene of extreme activlty all tbe
??v-k. an.l men dMtilBgUlBhad lU DOlitica,
Unancr- and aoeioty ha^e i,*-'-n callera Tlic
coming of tha Dernocratio membera of
r'iigreBa to vislt th<- Governor to-day
drew hundreda of vlsltor.s.
lAte arrivals hr-r.- Inc-lud. . Ti'in'-nt J.
H. PJavagw, Mra, j. llailaanoan L. W.
Roffmann, Mr. an.l Mrn. Joseph Tracy,
H. fi Keefer. a. k. Btaen, taa H
Uo.vd. H. B. Smlth. Q. 11. llodBee. C. W
Babeock, F. A. Bair.J, Dr. \V A. llornei.
J i". Brrleh, i. AJman Maynard, J. C
Hoffman, Mra. B. B. Mannkag. -s 1:
Maantog, i;. parriata an<i 11. Pnrrlan, of
I'arkrr Housi i. I u dei "i1 Mlaa "?
^mn, j. n. Wllllame, atlai Haiti- WBI
l?*n* Kent atoye, Joavpli Hotholz, Mlsa
Loulse a. Debuach, Mrs. j. Lund and son
-\nd Mlsa Jennle Wllllams, of n.<w york.
Bradley Beach, N. J., j ily SO. mH.iir-:
Beach bowlera mel defeal kl the handi
of an A-hii.-y Park .juint.-t in the lattei
jii.-ic- on Tueeday nlght but a differenl
tory |g expected when the return gam*
la played here nexl ?cfk. The !*?? Relne
Caadno allcyi ar. popular nlth Bummer
people, and the resorl Is developlng a
number of excelleat women bowlera.
Wlth nearly every room in the house
Ihe La Relne iioui ls enjoylng Ihe
1 eax'ti in Its hl tory.
-.1 partiea and bathing cot itl
i -t. ihe c ef dlvei rloni here. <lottagers
assemble al the i..? Relne for thi week-(
tan. ?. and to-nlghl there araa a l
; trniii* 1 ui i". '
i., ,.i. N i.. Jul) 90 M.. ? ? ? nli at
the Deal Golf Club, entertalnmenta al the
Deal . 'aslno and dai ? ? nd bi Idge
partiea al the hotela have made op a
imsy tveek for Bummer vlaltor here. At
the Casino Elberon flremen are preparing
for thelr annuai ball. a blg evenl here.!
Tho Cathollc ehurch is also arranging for
.i blg h'-n.?tit al thi ' 'a-in...
Late arrtvalB Include: Hathaway Inn
i. P \\ar-i. [.ouis Ward, Robeil Potta,
Oall A. MeLaurey, .t. <: Bogga Blrton
M. French, Mra F. St.-nett. A M Blad-1
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa l". Bmlth, Mlss!
Mary Josephlne Smith. Furllng Smiih.
Mi.--- Clalre Bmlth, J. D. Roche, J. B.
iMilon. Mr? <'. R. Toung, Mlss Cbarlotta
Carei and Pelham T. Carey.
\ ,, . n. .1.. Jul) -?' ^von .- immer real
dents ha\e takei ?. In Ihe school
ll^ht thal Is uppermoal ln borough af
faira Jusl now and Ihe) threaten <?? carry
;' programme which they have recent*
l> outllned. A statlstlcian among th"
?umtnor eontlngenl dl.eovered that the
summer people pa: more t 'um 10
,,f the boroug taxes, and Ihe; nre de
termlned *-% \ ->\> a ? -. Tho summer
element want* tl .? borough to nell the
preaenl schoolhouse to t; ?? borough !'? 1
';,,.,! n- :? borough hall and publlc II
bHlry. Wlth tin- prooe.-ds <>r the salo
they urge the purehase of ? l.loek "ii
Which to ere.l a new school bulldtng, the
new aehoel to cost ai*?t:t MOuMfe Bmanner
people last \<-hi- defeated a plan of school
Improvetnent. An eleetlon on this latest
.tlon has been sei for July 27.
I Lake, N.' -' - Joly Mi-Bocloty
turned out ln i;r?at numbers to the flrst
bridgc luneheon of the aeaeon, which wrmo
beld al tbe Caadno on Wednasday. Tableej
WPr,. reaerved for the foiiowing: Mrs. J.
Tt. Clemens, Mrs. H A. Hainea, Mrs. Kar]
l;?-? >llt-g, Mrs. W. J. Sv.alr,. Mn. Ban -
uel Hellner, Mrs. Maclntoeh Kellegg, Mra
i. i- Ritchle, Mrs. Trowbridge Calkra
Mrs. .'atnpion, Mrs. Breslln, Mrs Ilamll- :
t.m. Mrs. F. Reynolda Mr* Blrd B Coler,
Mra T. B. Boyd. Mra. J. M. Carter, Mlss I
Maivy New Yorkers and Phila
Br< ton Woods. N. IL, July Ml?Tbe
Bretion Woods colony is enjoylng the nd
!n^ over wbodod mountaln traiis, and
among the proflelent riders are Mrs. Hom*
mond and Kenneth Hammond. of New
York, Bnd Mrs. C E. Knowlcs, Ol Be
ion. who nre apending the entire
summer at th< Mounl Pleoaanl House.
Mr. and Mr*. Charlea EInsisdJer, ef New
York, are BPOOdlng romc time at the
Mount Pleaaant House; alao Dr. and Mrs.
B. 8. Roblnson. of New Tork, who OT8
enjoylng the golf here. Uvliigaton d
Boyd Hateh. of New York. with Oeori
ii. Klalr and Pltabugb Watklns, of ?;" *j
ton, v.ill spend th.' entire summer al the
Mounl Pleaaant, where thej ar. dolng
eonadderable mountaln ciltnWng and golf
hng, Mrs. Paul Stackfl-th, wlth Oaa and
Pred Btackfletb, in here f?? Beveral week*
and may have thelr.aaddle horaeo foilow
them. Mr. Stackfl. th. an ofllclal of the
North Oerman Lloyd Hteamshlp Une, ?Ul
joln them later. Miss Marjorie T. ^-,
< ialr reglStered there from New York, and
Mr. and Mra. Frederick Wull pald tbe
hotel a short visll.
Mr. and Mr^. John Wanamaker arrlved
. t Bretton P/ooda In thelr private carj I
the Conotltotloa on Wedneedoy, to spend i
tho BBOBon with other membera of thelr J
family at the Mount Wasblngton Rotel
lt lo Ukoly that Mis. Barckay Warburtonl
and Mrs. Nonnan McLeod will .loln them
aleo. Mrs. Henry H. ROgers and Mr?. J.
h. piatl have eatablisbad themselvea for,
the season at th' Mounl Washlngton, ai.-l j
Mrs. Jeoeph Hermana has arrlved. ac*
componled by h.r parents, Oeneral and
Mrs. Andrewa, of Mawcheeter. for tha j
seaaon. Mr. and Mrs. Henn Lewia Mor
rls rnotored up Hom NVw Yoi lt ov?t the I
Ideal Tour, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewts Is. Mn
are there, also havtng made the lourney
by motor. The roniaii- - ot Aaroti ? laflhi. ,
of th.- banking iirni of H. H. Ilolllns &
. ... of NeW York. was dlBBlOeed at B
ton erooda thla week whoa be on
v.;<ii his brMe, Ihe beautlful
, VYecks. a prominent BOtroOB, Wh ?"'
beauty has made her faaoooo even la
york. Th.y motored from MUford, Conn., j
where their Baarrtage took ploce on Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin II Htler and
the Mlaaee Prtler ar. .iu.- from HaiTOgan* |
?kt i'i.r within a few a_uro, aad Mrs. <'. ,
< ecii Kithr has ;.Ik< engaced rooasa at
Ihe MOB-Bl Waahlngton, Mrs. Kranl. s.
. ol New York. Wllh Mlss I!- ?
Ober, af Washlaftea.njoylng ??? I- .
night at Brettoa Woode, where Mr.
Mra. C. M. Haefcett, of Kew York. i
ai.-o spcndlrig the Bl BOOO
Crawford Not. h. N. IL. July -.V.-.'iaw- .
foid Not.i. is ih. toplc >.f oeuvereatton Uii
tn- \\ hlt. Mountalna thi- wmok, and ti" :
t-n yaara* struKgic on the parl of N< a ?
llampeWra bomibwii raaMeatg und dtloi na
Hale, Mra. J. M. Hodgea Mn G. A La j LONG BRAMCH .tatloai, aiid the dlrectora Includa auch
vi?.. Mra. J. B. Breese, U Ma garel prominent men aa Danlel Guggenhetm,
Brougbton, Mra ' ramp, Mra. G.ge H. Freijerlck Eewlsohn, J. J. OTJonohue and
Frasee, Mrs. Hual ii Wxon, Mra. J. n , fjarjaiet Shov, on Liiwn ;i Chief rj j <;:.mt ti.- Hal ot bonorary
TewMend imd :;":n> '"; Social Function of Week. *.n^?deni t^ ?gJ222"
,i,iii. i; ,\. Fairbairns, Jeffcraon Bellgman,
POINT PLEASANT. ,,,?.. Vt]iiU,.\, s. J.. Jul] ?.-The open *dolf l^wlaohn I D Carroll, B. M.
l'oin! Pleasant. \. .1.. July .". With sir tuberculoal exhiblt, wlth lecturee j Bchaefer, A. N. Brady, Walter Lewlaohn,
the botels well fllled and perfect weather . ?.i movlns plcturee, given al th-.an j Sol 1:. Ouggenheim, IV Btruthera J
f.,r tbe laal week aummer tiaitora here rronl aflen.n and evenln und ? lh? '?'? P. Bll M L. Bchlff, Oeorge Ehret,
are amuslng themselvea play Ing lennls. , 1 of tb* Btate Htslth B4iard have |r? W H r Huhn A. B. Maclay, Reatf
golf and everj rorm 0 aquatle Bporl attracted .. grea.1 deol ol attentlon thla nald 1 V'amlerbllt, w noadb; Loew, ?'
Uthough the hi as qulti Intenae in I week Local ? ?'? .: ?"d IV 1.ger, s K, LUchensteln, II. A.
;!.. mlddle ??! the da) lt dld not seem to I lnatructlon waa given foi carlng ror and ? i- ' ? WVrthelm, C. A. Bau
affect any ol the planned d< eraio I 0 apread ??' I '.'-':. C, H Hala ?-. VV. B.
Ai the hopal the Ca roll-lxlra Lewla B. Thomiieon, of Brookdale i Fan hawa Peter Hauck. Jr., i W
ton to-nlghl there wer. t M andi
Mrs. A H P | Hi and Mrs R W
Page, Mr. and Mra J le.'fJannon, Mlss
PJllaal sth i ari< >. Mlss Dorothy '; i ler,
Mrs. L raiis, Mlaa Leith, MIbb Pope,
Mlaa Petera, Mlaa Hoffman, Mlsi Je? ?
Roth, Mlss Florenee Bweeney, Mlss Ma
1..-I Ooddard, Mlsa KmJIa Ooddard. Miae
Tanel Koll) and Iflaa Ruth i: J
Lati ai ,I-' l,,,j''
Roth. Mlsa Florenee Bwee
; , Illton B Llttlefli Id,
H. A Cleveland, ii Johnson, Irvtng
r K. Revard, \. Fltxsimmons
and || Ri ? llle, pi New
of thi -1.-.?? ? to n ahe oi Crawford Kotch
a natlon:-1 I eaut] i".' to I conserved
from tl ? .-'??..ii..' .. i ravag.
? i ed lorevei In^act ...- lo tlmbe . I
liist h.en rewan ed the p'urchu
an accompltshed fact The Crawford
House, ln Cra ? f. d Not. h, hai I ? en the
n-n.j--7.vous of tblrty ." fon prominent
Btai" ofthials. the \tton B] Oeneral ..f the
? Jamea D. Tuttle wlth -< con ?
aai stantw. Congreeatnen, the Ooven
CounoB, state Benotoia end many other
men in the publlc eye, Including ti.m
miBsion appolnted to determlna the value
?f the Notch propart)
Th- annuai foreatn meeting at Hrett >n
o/ooda, N, il. on Thuraday and Prtday
broughl togetbei many government and
.oreoters, a Ide from a large num-i
bar of New Hampablre'B ? immer >?*.
uents wh.. hp keenly Intereeted In plana
for oonservlng the WhUe Mountaln for-j
Jeffereoi , N. II., Jul) SO. The I aJI haa
been aet rolling al Jeflferson, where there
is a large colonj of Neo fork people al
the Waumbek and cottages. F r man)
yeara tbe Waumbek has nol enterta
as man) dhson gueal ? at preaent, wlth
evi rything taken lt late Julj. Augusi
and early September. C. V. Murphy, ol
the tVaumbek, has heen Jolned by lil
brotber, Andrew .1 Murphy, ..f Lake*
woo.i. who motored up from Nev, JTork
over the ideal Tour. The Cbarlafl 1.
Raiymonda, of Chlcago* have ebanged
their plana :.i"i have dedded lo remaln
ln Mlehigan thla summer, so thelr bui
low, a charmlng eottage, baa been tuk"n
for the entire aeaaon by th>- Bamuel 1
s.h.-. of Chlcago, wbo wlll ba a dlstlnct
?ddltkm to ihe IVaumbek's Bocial llf"
Mt>. Henry A. uiair has arrlved at the
Wlgwam from ChlCOgO, an.l Mrs. N'.i
thanlel IVItherell lias come from Oreen*
nrleb, Conn., to open Wayonda, accem*
paaled by Mlsa Pbema and Mlaa I M
Mra, Qeorge Chamoerlaln, of iunnj '
RMg* I'artn, 1 larri.-on, N. T.l Mi - -L W,
Rumsey, of New York. and Mra. Oeorg
CM-tlHon au.i party, wbo oome here from
ieabrlfht. N, 1., are among promlneni
luests boob eapected t.? arrive at t.
Waumbefc. PhHander C. Knos. Becretary
of Slat. . wlth Mra, Kny\ and Mrs. Hugb
Knos. wbO waa -Haa Katharlne M Cook,
win epend ti' Benaen -<t the Wa
irhera they will Join Geueral and Mra,
Aaeoa 0. MoConk preeldeni eru
d'OMer of the V\(aumbeh Goll Club, haa
, ,, ,<. -,1th Mi--. ar.l MI ?! ' I . [OT
, -r .. .-,. ..mi ?.iil arnange mani
... on ih<- golf Itaka aad puttlng
.\<m 1-1.od. N. If. Julj '.r Mr. and
_\i,,. R. J. W'ul-.i. t-f G I '"i.
, ],,, f..r - > - ral > - ai - have been m< ??
berg of the Maplewood ? ?...,.? oto
Vi-,ll r> turu t" -"?'? ' ? th );?
:, , , ,? ? l;..i,. it ?,?, , 'I;. hall, t >
Mgnala unill tfn 1 ud '? - _?? ju< mh r,
dORNING PARADE AT ASBURY PA
Mi !,.,,n . ubh rl and
i; i. Brtttou w* re I adlng pirtta In the
? . , tv !,.: ii tii Ipatlng ' -
four-ua ? nlneteenth annual Monmouth
Count) Hi,-.-. BJ o? ? ' the Hollywood
grounda, '?? ?-? nnl - IVedni adaj,
' . . are Sft] - aea, nearl) ? ?
\n.-li tllled, and a.ln i'riz.-?> ?iil
i... dlatrtbuti -1 I ? donora
M U s. hwarta Bamui Per, J. J
Rotha* i.ii'i. a i Bcl warta Alfred Na
than, B. .1 Ureenhut, P. J. iTaaey, Hl
[content, Bmll Beetlg and Alfred 0. Van
Harr) Contenl eontinuea head of the
An addltlod to ih* rai ol ? iropoll- j
tan Bolfera ;*i th< Maplewood la rtnnk
II pufli y, ?: N wlll Bpeild j
?:., . ii t! .? it n. Mr and Mr J?M n
M. Shedd, ol Ni a N ?" k, wll M i Bar
s ? ,1.1 .in.l Master Thayer Bhedd,
. Maph a'ood Inn for the - *
? ',n . nd Mia I ? San ????? aka, ot Nea
fork comea from th. Martlu Waahlng
ion Hol i foi a long i ta al lh<
Mi. and Mr I. I Green havi
from N-- \ orli t" i n- ad Jul] .-.t >;..,?'
wood, and ?' J. Brand has retui
!,.. a two yea m e, ta apend tbe
Bummei at Maplewood,
\\ h tefleld, N. M.. July 10 Tha Moun?
tain V'leu House chronicies msny arrlvaia
during tln lasl week, promlnenl ; n ong
Mrhom .1- Mlaa McElroy, of Vonkera, who
retuma for tbe aeaaon; Mr, an.l Mra.
Wiljlara McCall, of Sea i'ork; VVIUUm
.i r .,ii and the MI N ? glnla and
JuUel Thompson; of Tsrrytown, N. Y.',
th< MihH.. Baymond, of v.r^ iklli --. and
II Paulln* Behr.i i of New York.
The warm wOhther haa made every ine
ol i pota, and Ihe llmpid wstsi i <>f
Miii-.i- Lake, nol far from the Mounl iln
View Houae, have attracled tbe young
pi,,,,]. ror the bathlng, whlch hai b ? n
unuauallj ?;?...!. Mlai Marlon Johnsonand
\-. \<;|, [age h ? I- ? 'I dolhg n any
? tunta ' In i a ln t ilng and fnncy dtving
ami are regulsr n i
Ti? R. . Jullan ?Vad iworth. of Pl .vt?
? ii. w ii Moffit, A Nathan and P.
The prlndpal ooctet) evenl of thi week
la the amateur cabaret ; erformancc bcintc
given thi.-- afternoon end evenlng >'n M-e
? the aummer home ot Mra. Brneot
.\. Umburg, ln Weatwood avenue, for tha
benefil of the Washlngton Helghta Hos
pltal, <>t* New Vork Bverythlng that has
:..i i.. th.- i.ulsrlty of the Broadway
. rforraam > i used t" * nter
,.,,;, i itsta, quartel , fancy
an amateur on heetra and all
,,? i ii otl er adjuncta to a
.".?;? ii ? ? are en tha pro
Whlle moel ol tha a* ta take
ongs of Soj
,.?-.,,. iritti Mrs. tVadaworth, haa com* tol
I tt:- aummer al ?**??- Mouataia View
D in- Notch, N. II., July '.'*?.? The
Balaama al Dixvllle Notch, wlth twice
Ita former rapacity, haa baen receiylng
many oppllcntlona from New Vork
and lt la llkelj thai Lawrence Gllman,
the well known authoi and mualcal rrltic,
will, aa uauel, epend :i part of tho sum
Mra 1'iui Q Basmus, <?f VVaahlngton
Bqtiare. and Mlaa Stephanle Raaraus, who
ha a J-iln-vl Mr. an-l Mr*. li-nry S. ? llal**
B1 thelr cottage, near the Balaama, wlll ba
Jolned'later by Mr. Hsemus.
Lewla |! VVarrgn and Kenneth Carter,
of New Vork, ara en Joy Ing a fortnlghl al ,
th? Balaama, where thej are dotng con-J
si.l.-i.ii.i-- cllmbing and llshlng .
Mra Wllliam Haaen and the Mlasea
ftlurph) hai ? re* inti) motored from New |
Vork to ihe Balaama. Benator Morga G.
Bulkley, of Connectlcut, wlth a parcj of j
frienda ba :.me to enjoy a faw j
d. here, and will motor through l i tl?e |
Trout flshlngon La^e Olorietti haa) en
uncommonly good. Bnd the gueeta _.vho
wish t>. catch troui for thelr own tablea
have been oul In earl) morning or a| aun
down wlth the guldea, and ha-..- ? ladi
some excellenl eatchea \ new hatchery
i- t., be bultl In connectlon with tha
THE APr-ROACH TO A NEW HAMPSHIRE VILLAGE.
rlace on the stage, in some of the sona? I
arxl musleal numbern the actors go among
the tables, which are ?et on tho lawn.
Th" patronetsses lnrlude Mrs. Ernest A.
LtmbUTg, Mrs. Itvlng BtoomJngdOlO, Mrs.
Thaodore Roeenwald, Mra Albert Clay
burg, Mrs. Bogone K-ksteln, Mrs. Frauk |
bchleetnger, Mr^. .toseph Mayer, Mr?. J
Munro Kothsehlld. MIB, Trvlng Dlttenhoe-j
fer and Mrs. Henry Wlse.
Relmar, N. J., July 'h).?Summer ? is
Itora liere have found rellef from tba heat
-.alilng on Sha-k River. The hotels ar'
aii Mtod now, und Un r.-sort gayety ls at
;??-? li-lght. frabbli-.K and boattng on the
re tbe faoal popular divcrsions.
Tho Belmar beach front is ideal for
b itl Ing ni" al tbe v-arious pavtliona there
ar. many contlngenta of dally bathero.
a party "f young people from the
Buena VUta t.ia.i-i a cahoe'trip on the
river Wedneaday. They paddied f:ir ln*
land and bi ? tl d thelr canoes on b eendy
Btrip and had luncheon. ln the party
..., . Mla EulB ?'.- ird. Mlss CaiOllne
? ?. !?!."ii. Mlsa Herbert,
Robefl Dunnam, George Herbert, Leater
? i and Wllllam i>;ile>.
i; ? ? ni registratlona Indude :
Hotel Columbla Mrs. T. J. Oj-tri,
Mia c.a,. i CryBtal, th-- MlBees iletd,
H. B Matthewa, P. A. Bates, llarry Q
.:.. ;i. Krdtt, Mr. and Mrs
.;. i:. Bazter, Mra 8T. B- Woodman.
Oeorge Bennett, Mlsa B. Ludwlek, Mr.
and Mra. John Et Fspper, B, IL Kay.
Joseph II. Brown, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. P. K.
Hllton, Dr. v Borteto. Henry Ooodman,
Albert Ooodman, Mr. and Mrs. K.
GaUagher, Mr. and Mrs. \. Tl. Graharn.
w. s. Drlver, H. V, Lawrenee and Mr.
and Mra Arthur Wetabaefcer, of New
Melroje Inn Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam
Ce.irt;. Mlaa ','.. Mlnaker, Mr. an.l Mrs. A.
ii. Crowell, Mra i:. K. Matthewa W. S
Matthewa, L M. Doerden and John Roth*
... , of Ni I.- '
\ ; nhursi N J., Jul) SO. -CoUeeje boya
Bummerlng al Allennursl have fonned b
i .?,.?? ball team, and have made appllcatlon
I,, J"in tho Beaabore Snimuer I>ea?ue,
which conslaU .-! the foiiowing t"-tms:
i?.-al. Rlberon, i/om; Bmneh. Aabury Park.
Kr;?.II<-> BsaCh, AVOB i^nd Point Pleasant.
< >n Tuesday they Journoyod to Point
Pleaaant far a practfca game, and were
..re of 7 to 6. A'rthur
nd, of t_*f ivette, was on the
mound for tht lOOOl team and allowed but
four hlta Brrom ? ontrlbuted materlally
?>. the teom'fl defeat.
The Beach Club is fast becomlng the
popular rendeavouo arni amo-ement eeotre
of tbe resort. A darice and ttiovlng plct
...,? v.ere on the progrratmne laat nlght.
- >n Wedneaday the informal dance at
il. club brought out a large number of
th. young people. On Thursday nirfht
anotheff danee was held and last night
brldge wa.-: played. There was a special
dlnner to-nlght, whi.'h was followed hy a
;;.; ams lakea at tbe Hook Karm, on the
Proflle llouse, N. il. July :o.? Trout
Behlng eontlnucs to be the absorbing In?
terest of the cott.ige colony at the Proflle
House. poaalbty beeoooB it glvea su-h a
delifhtfUl opportunltv for lingering on the
lake after Biiudown or for gettins up
w.ille the dewdrope stlll sparkle on the
grasa in tlie ra> s of the early mornlng
BUtt. Proflle Lake la an admlrnble 8_h
ir.j; ground. Just near enough to the hotel
to be en.sily a. cesslble. just far enough to
hc deltghtfUUy 8*-c|i;ded. and n-.any n ro
in. ii. ? of the Proflle House has had Its tn
Ctpleney on that very lake, where Cupld
is play ing B role In dlrect contra.-"* to
that of the frowning Old Man of the
Mm* FVuncis N. Bangs. wiio has not
been well, has fortunately so tmprovo.I ln
heaRh as to he aMe to pay her cufetomnry
visit to tha Profile, where hIio arrlved laat
week from tbe Hotel Nassau, at Lring
n. a< b, Long Island.
Bethlehem, N. Ef., July 10.?Bethlehera'g
summer reeldsntS, both guesu of Hotels
and eottagera work togother la a truly
hannonlous faahlon for the betterment cf
tbe roeort. and "booottnf Bethlehem" has
been one of their most pleaaant raeadon
OCCUpatlona, Wlth one of the flneat golf
couraefl in New Kngland, a magnlf'-nt
new touittt; rlubhouse ln prospect ind
the flneat acenery and air in Amerlca,
there is somothinu to gi\e an Impetus tO
aueh ??boostinif." and lt ls not strange tiat
ni- mben >.f ihe Bethlehem Country Club
have attatned a roputattBO for er.orgy.
There w'll be teas every Saturday after?
noon during the season at the Bethlehem
(Jolf flub, with 080888 furnished by tlie
arehoatraa of the leadlng hotels.
Mra C B. Lockwood. of Brooklyr. is
R|,'-ii'linR tlie season ln Bethlehem at tlie
Mount Washlngton Tlotel. James it. Day,
i-ii.tri..-I'or of Byraoaaa LT-Bjverotty, *>i:h
his family. spetit a few days at tho Sin
rlalr House, ln Bethlehem, this veei;, en
roiito for hia summer COttOgB in the htna.
Intervale. N. IL. July 10^?-HKorvala is
becomiiig weM known as a re&ort In ar;.i5'
ind navy Clrrtoa, and the lnte:vale Ilou*..;
lias as season Rue.ts Geneial Frank
rhorpe and Mrs. Thorpe. Of WooWngtep.
who have be-n Jolned by Major B. W.
flaxtOO, V. 8. A- (rei<red), of WagMWtBB-,
abo has Juit t-eiebrated hi3 elghty-thlrd
Mrthday there. atid hl_ dau.hter, MIbs
Baston. TN wHl ranaala for the
,:-... ,\t th.? BeUevoe, Intervaa*, th,- <oi
n>- will Includi i:?.ir kdmlral v.'i-e. ~j, s.
N , wh.. arrlved from I'ortland this wtek;
Lleutenant Commander \. iis-on, 17. f- N.,
in-i Mra, WHoon 9008B August 1. and,
foiiowing a visit ln Ugunqult. Me Cen ral
r. t; flawtalle, U, B, A., and Mrs. BgW*
t, II" -..ill roturn on their second vMH to
end the Boaoon at latorvalo '
Unusually Good Patrol on Beach
Front This Year.
Atlantic City, July 20.-TIig hot fnland
fiummer has had no terrors for the At?
lantic Clty visitoj- of th<* urek Just pasa'-d.
The ceoltng ralns have been coming down,
an.l theaa. in addltion to thr> breercs tha'
blOW In contjnuaily from the dlrection of
tlie far off Bermudas, make one feel that
the report la what lt ls eracked up to
be?the Mecca of Americans. And tho
walk Is al'.ve wlth llfe and avtlvlty. Men
and women from everywhere are here.
The bandfl nr<- play Ing; Aags "nd lannere
and bannerets are flylng, .ind the whole
ext'-r.i of the espla.iade from Longpon
to the Inlet heard witness, that it ia sum
mortime down by the sea.
Ten thousand' men and women bathed
in the Attantfc Clty BUrf last Sunday.
and ali.ioMt. as many entered the aea dur
inw the week day* Tha bathiag season
ls at Ita belght, and the ptoaeure *c?kers
lToni BVarywhare are enJo>lng the sum
mer daya down at the Bhora The resoi l
la at its boat, and the islandcrs are bgV
ing tlie time Of tl "Ir llveii along the greaL
aoodeai a ay by the sea.
aii (rngera ara pethtlng to tbe Mth of
the present month herr in Atlantic Clty.
that belng the dat-; of the water carnival
to b* held at Ycnl.-e Park. Ballota are
belng prlntc.J by all tho local naWBBMafwrp
for use ln electlng the Queen of the Ca'
nlval. and B number of popuiar young
women are In tho race. The actual en
tertalnm.-nt will bo along tbe llnes of the
Motorta functlons held ln Venice. and
gayty de-.ked boats of all slzes and ehapea
w;U parade along the. Inland WatOffwayO
on th" night of the ?th.
The vaat extent -?f bench front ls belng
wpII patraNai during tbe present year,
and the bathera are haftag bottor protae
tlon than ever before. Th" having of llfe
lb tbO slosan of the r.-aort's tx-ach front
poltcy, and no bather. unless absolutely
recklesa and regardtes* of tha very evi
dent means of safety "provldcd, need he
endangcred ut any time whlle ln the sui-f.
Hut orr- tataJtty has oceurn-d during tlie
presont aiiBBOn. and thnt o*ing to the
bather a dlsr.-gard of the wamlngs Issued
by tiie llfeguard.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole are New York
Clty folk spindlng some time in Atlantic
Clty, wlth apartmenta at the Hotel
Mrs. W. w*. Van Dwyer, of N>w York
Clty, ls maklng her home at tbe Shel
burne during h.:r vlslt by the sea.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kennedy are New
Yorkers reglstered at the St. <'harleB
during thelr sojourn down by the sea.
J. E. Morrta and J. B. Bell are New
York Clty folk down by the sea and have
apartmenta at the Wlltshlre.
Mr. an.l Mrs. J. T. Kdmundaon, of New
York Cltv. are maktns a brlef vlslt In
Atlantic Clty. and have apartmenta at the
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Gordon, of New
Tork Clty. have taken apartments at the
Haddon IIa.ll during thelr vlelt by the aea.
Mlsa Paulliie Mlller ls a New Yorker ln
Atlaptl- CKy, aJtd has apartmenta at tlie
Hotel Dennta. ?__-.*?
Mlb* Allco R. Riley. of New York Clty,
ls domlclled at the Traymore whlle vlslt?
lng ln Atlantic Clty.
T. T. Ranuhy 1b a New Yorker regls?
tered at the Shelburne.
Mrn. H. Madden, of New York Clty, ia
anemllng some tlmo down by the aea, and
has taken apartments at the Dennis.
"Birnam Wood hath come to Dunai
r.ane," quoted one of the guestB of manf
seasons yesterday to Joaeph P. Greavea,
manager of the Orlental, at Manhattan
Beach. He referrt-d to the many notableg
from every part of the country who aro
attendlng the arbitration commisslon ef
the Eaatern Trafflo Assoclatlon; alao the
Board of Clalms. But ln splte of the ln*
flux of vlsltora theae two ImportanO
bodles brought to the hotel each day, tha
left end of tiie great hostlery knew nOt
what the rlght end dld. The usual morn?
ing and evenlng concrts were given !n
the ballroom bf Gaetano Mercadante's
orchestra. varieJ by Irnpromptu aolos
given by guests.
On the evenlng of July 14, the date of
ihe fall of the Bastlle, Mme. Blanclie
Arral, formerly of the Imperial Opera
Company of Bruasels and the Opera
Comlque of Paris, one of the guests of g
(llnr.er party 'n the new open alr caslfBa,
anag "The MarselllalBe." and followed It
wlth "The Star-Spangled Banner" Mme
Arral has BBUag "The Marseillalsc" in a
most every country ln the world on July
11, this belng the first time in Amen-a.
On Tuesday at the morning concert Mls-?
Anlta Paganl played several soloa.
Every rbom has been tilled for the last
week. Many persons were obliged to leaw
to make room for those booked long tr
advance. Many DJBON making applicatlont
were turned away. Thousanda of guests
have come by automobile for dlnner ln
the new open alr caslno.
On Thursdu.8 evening an accident to th?
power houae ln Sheepahead Bay caus??c
the electriclty to be cut off and dlnner
was served by candlellght at ihe Orlcn
tal. The castrio was a pretty acene and
the guests had a jolly time over tho rnts
Among tlie men connected T\ith tha
Board of Clainia meeting reglstered at thi
l-.ot?*l wara Juige Robert !>. J?uce. !"ds.
W. A. Ganlner, Judge Jamea C. M'Don .
a'.d. jT, W. Brown, Assistant Attorne**
General of the State of New York; Mu.~
tlmer J. Barnes. Lafltn J. Kellogg, M. 11
Quirk. Wllliam It. Hill, II. C. Allen
ftaSjkHa Nevlns. Beverly R. Yalue and C
Mra. B. A. Worthlngton and Miss Gwen
dolln Worthlngton, of Cleveland, have
Jolned Mr. Worthington, who is attendini
tne arbitration eommUslon meeting, a:
are Ofcar Straut, Trederlek N. .Itidson, o:
St. Louis. and Charles R. Van HUe, pr.-s
Idcnt of ihfl Unlverslty of Wboonsln. un<
many otlier notad men.
Willlam II. BaUwin. v. ho retarned Krl
<luy on tha Mri'ir-. tanla wlth the body o
hlfl couain. J. 1'. l'.oman nr.l-iv.in, wtaOOllei
Middenly on July 2 In L*indon. retuvne
la t nlglit to the Orlental. whic'.i ha:i bcea
bis summei- hoinc [<jr gaaag years.