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iVIaiiy Social Functions Add to
the Variety of Pleasure.
Stamfonl. N. Y . Jul) :0.-Wiih -tho ar- :
hal in town of more people within the '
aat twenty-fout boora than have been j
Mre at any prevloua time this aeason, ??
hlngs at Stamfor.l bave taken on conakt*J
?ai.le llfe atnco yeaterday, and from now |
tn nntll the close of the season. which :
aids falr to be later than uanal, Btamford |
win set the pace for the reaortB through- j
vtt the Waotorn CatakUM ln the number
inl ln the brtlllancy of lta .-o<iai func- j
;lons and lt.-- antartalamenta
The last week haa aeen mon affairs i
than at any time this aeaeon, ar.d they j
will Incrcase ln numbera from now on.
The open air concert by the Board of ,
Trade band on Wedneaday evenlag waa
in enjoyabh affair that attracted a num- \
oer of the peopli aummerlng here.
The preeentation <>f the comedy "My
Wifo From tbe Other World" ai th?
>-, ? n ii.-i:. ? to-nlgbt ha i attraci
(,i ,.f a number of people summer
Tbt _? Mliary of the Bacred
Hean Chureh will hold a feetlval and!
.':!!i' ? al t ' 'i ? ra Housa m \t Thui -
Ing ti eir summer vacation at the Du Bois
Tht Oraat House has been the centre
of interest liero becauae of the many
eventa that have taken place there. One
of the most enjoyable eventa of the last
week was the motor party on tbe Hudeon
ith-er glven by Oeorge W. Acritelll, of
New York. to a number of his frienda on
Thursday evening. The party enjoyed a
dellghtful trlp to Athcns. where Managor
Btewart of the Stewart Houae tcnder^-d
them a dinner. aryl on thelr nturn they
were eonveyed by prtvate cat te the
The Oienwood Hotel ln the mountalna
if the Bcene of a briiiiant hep to-nlght
thal haa attraeto* a large attendance,
,,:,|, havlng come from the i ity
i?r tbe affalr. Among the laie arrivalfl
are Mi - M Murdl and son. Mr. and Mrs.
i> .\. Doyle and Mrs J- Bldoo Hole,
New Tork: Miga Catberlnc Drummond,
Bobert Bmlth and Mr. and Mra A. L
Drummond, Brooklyn: Mlss PeOtri K. Oor*
baulet, Newark. N. J.. and Mr. and Mrs
F. J Crowlc) and chlld, ProVldenc*.
. - | 'all*, N. v . July Bl \. atled *;
thi Bummll o'f tlie hilis. Haln^s Fall h
The Ke\. W IV. Je.-.nlngs rector of
the American church at Munlch, Ger
many, is also spendlng the aummtr sea?
Profeeaor K. Llsaman. of the Circle
Theatra New York. and Hhillip Wllla, Jr.
of tho Bmptro Theatre, Brooklyn, are
anjoymg n Bummer vacation hore,
TbO Columbtan. one of ti.e most Bt
traettve places here, is enterialnlnc,'
among its late arrlvals Daniel B. Sulll
van. Mra. Stande, Miss Graee Stande, C.
B. Lyon. L. Ptand.-. Miss Kate Ptande,
The Ro.-kwood, another popuiar place,
... . ing its late urrlvala Mr. and Mr?.
Martln Hackett, Vlncenl ifa<kett. Mloo
Anna Hackett, Hniry I,arkins, Krank
Boyle, .lersey Clty; Miss Anna Pltzpat
rlck. IToboktn, \. J.; Russell Alexander
and Mr. and Mra John Burke, Brooklvn.
Hunter, n. v., Juiy M.?Hunter la a
July anl August rssort, where the season
does i:"t reach ith heighl uaually until
after th>- '.'fith. bul tbe warm weather rf
ha t week sent people to the mountalna ln J
drovea and the many persons who con
sider Hunter tlie most dellghtful of the
Catsklll towna are enjoylng the comforts
Ita botela and boarding houses affor.i.
avenkflg that bids faii to be a guccessful
A mock wedding ceremony and a hop at
the Mountaln View House last I'rlday
evenlng proved one of the most sutoeBS
ful affairs held there this season, as well
a-. one of the most enjoyablo ones.
Ti,. daaee at Gray Court inn to-night
fcus attracted a larger attendance than
any other soclal function held there thlfl
'i ia bridge party given by Mrs. BL W.
Hall at the New Crrant House was aleo
a. pleaatng eodal function.
3tamford hotel arrivals includa:
Rexmere ? Kenneth McNeil Wylie,
Charles F. Hoffmaii, Mrs. G. J. Murtha.
Mles M. K. Murtha, Kobert W. Fennell.
Mr and Mrs. B. H. Fearaon and Mr. and
Mr_. L. J. Wallace.
Churchill Hall?T. J. Corbett. Miss L
i;. Marryatt, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Neut,
M- Donohue and family, Mlss Emlly Mc
Menny, Mr. and Mra. W. K. Oraham, Mlss
K. MoManuB and Mrs. W. Dargon and
New Grant House?C. A. Mlller. Mrs.
Mlller. Elsle W. Horse. F. W. Hall and
Mr. Barrlngton. New York; Mrs. Buck
Greycourt Inn? B. J. Greenwood, Wlll*
am Drlscoll and Mr. and Mra. V. I*
Wheatsand, New York: Mlss Carollne A.
Bunco and Mlss Emma Jacklis, Brook?
Catsklll. N. Y., July 20?The northern
gateway to the Catskills has glven evl
dence during the la?t week of an un
precedented rush to the resorts through
out the mountaln.. To-day's travel to the
resorts ln Greene County has been un
usually heavy, and tralns and boats have
beOOl uncomfortably crowded. Many of
the peoplo who have come to this section
have remalned ln Catsklll or in the
vlclnity of this vlllage, so the streets here
to-nlght are busler than at any tlme this
season and as busy as they uaually are
Mr. and Mra. W. F. Blauvelt and Mrs.
Fred Blauvelt. of New York, are enjoy
INDIAN SPRING IN THE CATSKII
Imunity bringfl to MalnaB Falls a aalecl
of ptop',.'. who fold to the Bummer
I Interest )n thls deJlrhtfui villaRe, ar.d
now tl.:tt tbe maay BOOtoll and boardlug
l bousaa here are erowded Holnaa Falls
truthfully be sald to be bualer than
haa ev.-r been ln July, and by thls tlrne
next Katurday night all prevlous recordfl
' for the number of people t.unimerlng here
will bc- broken.
Tha dancing season lias aiready opened.
and to-nlgl.t's hops at the differcnt hot*-ls
hte brilllant soclal functlons, at whlch
Bome of tbe handsomeht eootUtneo over
secti ln the r"atykl!ls i\re belng worn.
CI alr Kvans and C. T. Russell. of Kaat
Oranue, M. J., who are at 8-jtiKet Park
lt n, are among the mo?-t popuiar m'n
arho are atopptng here thla aeaaon, and
palr are enjoylng every minutl Of
..ate arrlvals > ' the Glen Park House
Include Mlaa I nor K. Corbett, Miss
May L. Corbet iss Allce M. Brownlee,
Miss laabel C '^-r.lee John Nolan, <'.
J Hayes, J. . JIayes, C If. Connolly,
New York; John J. Conroy. John .1 Con
roy, jr.. Miaa M A. Conroy, Miss A. V.
Conroy, Mlss | c. Conroy and Mr. and
Mrs M. t* Mi ' tT.ey, Brooklyn.
Calro, N. Y.. July 20. -The reaorta
through tbla part of tbe C^atskllls aeern
to be pretty well fllled up to-nlght, and
the amuaement programmn for tlie en
tenalnment of vlsltors is at Its helght.
t-o that dozens of hay-rldin* partlea, In
numerable automobile parties and a Beore
or more of dancea seem to be provldlng
a diversity of amusement for the Heveral
thousand mernbers of the younger set
whe are enjoylng thelr annual oiitlng at
That Calro haa attracted attention ln
forelgn landB Ia ahown by the presenos
ln town of a f.umer memher of the Hun
garlan Parllarnent, Mr. Juliua Van Vea
neck, who, wlth Mrs. Van Vesnoch and
Mlss Van Veaneck and Mr. and Mr.". Ottd
Scherl and eon, of Berlln, Oermany. ia
spendlng the aummer at the Dellwood.
Prescnce of Battleshipa Adds
Picturesqueness to Harbor.
New I.'.nilon, < ..nn , Julj 'J.'. The de
, lightfui waather of tha last week has
? greatly foetered oul loor si'orts. and the
Unka, tennis eoUTtfl and athletio fleld have
| been actlve place*. The BchOBWOOOOee-t
; .'ountry Club has been popular, f'.r many
;of tho Kolf antbualeatfl are jiettlnK ln
I tralnlnR for the annuai August tourna
! ments. The larK" nuaaber of players
naturally > aiis for tha usual afternoon
f teas and BOWtag clrcles at the elub.
l Every day Wltneasea soin? sery fast BetB
i of tennla oa the QrlowoM court, and bov?
1 eral lournaments are to be run off In the
' near future. 4m last Monday a tOUfTUV
! ment Of doubles was played by twelve
young ladies of th8 OOloay, and alter BBV?
| eral very close i-ontestH the s'.Ivm rup for
llrht plac# wa* won l>\ Mlaa May Mlller.
of New York. Tboae who particlpatcd ln
the tournatnent w>-r<- Mlaa Ixiuise I'Msch
mon. of Ctoetnnatt; MiBO Graie Frank. of
New York; Ml*s Beatrice Lovett, of Man
hattan; Mlis OOBOtaaog Grant, of Con
Bgftf, Mass.; MIbb Made llne Mlller, of New
, York; MIbb Irorothy Allen, of New Haven,
I MIbb May Mlller and Mlss Mary Mlller, of
New York; MIbb Judlih Norment, of
I VViuthinaton; M'.bs Madellnc- DbvIm. Mlss
! iBabelle Pratt and Mlss; FrnnciB Frank, of
1 New York
As usual, the bathing beach has been
! tho centre of atttactlon this week BOCh
! mornlng between II and I, and a great
amount of fun has been found upon the
[beach an-i ln the water. Beveral bave
i been caught by the fad of Ion* dlstance
i Bwlmmlng and to t.e ahle to BWlm acroea
, ti- mouth of the Thamea, ln front of the
tJrlswold, ls the hfight of the ambitlon of
i many. Two men and one woman accom
! pllBh-ed this fer.t dtirlriK the week. Moch
jlntertst has also been taken ln several
I rtiwi agalnst tlnie which have been held.
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., July 20.?The
nialn toplc of conversatlon these da\s is
the pageant, whlch U expected to brlng
more people to Saratoga in August than
the old fioral ffitea evcr did in September,
and they fllled the town to Ita Umlt. The ]
general ldea of the pageant ls to pleiure
the hlatorlcal events of Saratoga Sprlngs
and vlclnlty from the purchasc of the
land by the Dutch down to the pre&tnt
time. The entlre pageant wlll be given
on the green in Congress Spring Park,
wlth the pond and hills for a background.
Tbe firat ?}pisode wlll show the departure
of the Dutch for thls country. There
wlll be pictures of tbe life of the ?a"-Iy
Jndtans, the llfe of the Dutch settlers and
ihe lnvaslons of the French and Indlans
from Canada. People from Glens i-'alls
will deptct the tra^.-dy of Janet McCrea.
The Baroncss Rledesel'B arrlval at Fort
J'.dward will he >-hown by resldents of
that place. The ba'ttle of Saratogi and
the flnal aurrender of Burgoyne will end
the Revolutlonary perlod. Thla wlll be
followed by tho drama of Sarutiga
Hprtngs, includlng the dlarovery of the
aprlngs, the fashlonable period of ! Itt,
to be followed by the floral pcrlod, the
rii'.-lng jierlod and the entrance of the
altip of Btate inlo the actlvlty of the
The raaoaiTrahta State Kditorlal \t
itjclatlou wlll Bpand Saturday, July 27. in
town us guest.- of the Publlclty Comml*
aU/u. Tha day wlll be syent ln slght
gs Filled with
seeing. Whllo here the assoclatlon wlll
have Its headquarters at the Hotel Amer?
Old home week wlll he held here early
?n Reptember, when the Now York sta-p
Hlstorlcal Society wlll convenc here The
programme committee has nearly com
pieted ItO work, and the delegates and
vlsitors aro stire to be dellghted with
the results. Saratojca Chapter. D. A. R-.
ls much IntereBt-d tn the success of th"
convention. and wlll hold a large recep
tlon in the Barntoi-a Caslno one evenlng,
and on this occaslon will hold an exhlblt
of rare hlstorlcal rellcs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Waters. of New
York City, are spending the summer at
Mr. and Mr?. Carroll S. Saportar. of
New York City. are popular *eaeon gueatn
at Park Vlew
Mr. and Mrs. C. J Beard and Mlss
Horothy M. Beard, of New York City, ure
ttopplng at Elmwood IL-11
Among the late New York arrivals at
the Worden Hotel are H. IV Kosenburg.
Harry Slmon, N. C Burrill and R. J.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Pk'H-HOn. of Brook?
lyn. are guests of the Worden Hotel.
The I'nited states is entertniBing Mrs.
Da M.md, Mlss Ina I>u Montl, L ff. Lu
ChlOOite and Mlss Berthe La ClltOOtte,
of New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I>. Spindles motern! up
fioru New York in thelr Mcrcede., and'
are atopplng for *ome riays at the Unlted
Mr. and Mrs V. M. Godfrey. of New
York Clty. are among the popuiar gueata
at the Unlted Stutes Hotel.
Arnong the Mew Vork Riitolsta arrlv
lng at the Unlled Ktates during the wet-k
were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cockran. They
are maklnu a tour of Northern New York.
Mr. and Mra. C E. Bently, well known
N*-w Yorkerfl, ar>.- season guests at the
Mia II P. Whitaker, of New York Citv.
is a soclal addition to the cottage colony
of the Unlted States.
Mr. and Mra. K. J. Shaw and daughter,
Bf (fssj York Clty, are located at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Conne. of New Tork
City, are pleaaantly located for the *ca
son at Sumniet Rest.
Captain and Mrs. James M. Andr-^ws,
of New York Clty, are with Wililam D.
KIUb at hls aummer home, on North
Broadway. Dr. George D. Cochran, u'.so
of the metropolls, haa Joined the party.
Hopper C. Banett and family, of New
York Clty. are in thelr North Broadway
home for the aummer. TheJr son, Car-"
inc-n Barrett, and family are occupylng a
cottage on J^ake avenue.
Mrs. Theodore Balley, of New i'ork
City. is llving ln the dellghtful littie tot
tage Nestledown, on Ballston avenue.
The grand concert and dance. under the
direction of Mr. Schelnkman, which ls In
progress at Union Hall this eventa*. io
provlng a great suecess. and a lartv num?
ber of aummer visltora are In att-nlanc.-.
Mrs. John Pullman, of Brooklyn. la tha
guest of hir daugnter here.
Wllllam J. Murphy, of N>w Tork &&*
|a th.- guest of relatlvcs here.
Datraoi Kost, of New York City. ls a
guest al D. W. Mackey's. on Ford HilL
Orrlaan CMnoy, of New York City, ls
the guest of relatlves In town.
Mrs. Dora Harris. Mtss BOOaftB WOBBO
man and Mrs. Henry llenig nre spending
the aummer wlth Mr. and Mrs. Ronboo
Wclssman at their summer OOttOfB horo.
Among the people who are summerlng
at MOOte Manor are Mtss C. May Gibson.
Mlss Nellle Byan. MlBfl C Kyan. Miss
Anna Thompeon, J- a. Rlckard, WillUm
Htalnt.er. J. Oark. New York; Mrs. F P.
r-ook, mim? t'ook. GHen Rldgo, N- J-;
Mlss A. t*. Blackey. Jersey Cltyj Mlss
Marlf- PW.-on, Mlss G. PleroOO, Eaat
. irange, N. J.
PaleiAllle. N Y. Jul; .'.-The influx of
vialtors to Palenville dur.ng the last WW k
has added to the soclal affairs that BTB
being beld here ea'h BWentng. nud the
?iHtie. at the productlon of "A Bach
elor's Dtvoroo" at the HelMnfer llall by
loeal taleni laat nlKht proved that the
hotels and boardlng hooeea here are ea
t-rtalnltm more persons than e\er beforej
Mr and Mis. Charlea Detreth an-i fam
lly. of New York, are OCCUpylng the Oolo
nlal cottage here,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh It OreOOWOOd andj
family. of Brooklyn, are OOOOpylOf the j
The Becker C.ttaKe Ifl bring oceupied by
Mr. Robert M. Welcta, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. B-tiJauiln Whlttaker, of
Brooklyn. aro OOCUpytng thelr summer
cottage near here.
Dr, J. H I'oiighlln. one of the best
known aummer visltora here. ls enjoylng
his vacatlon at tho Cntral House.
mar.n'B. N. T? July S>. Becaua.,
of the throng of people here there have
been more than tbe naual number of
sociai affairs during the laal week. and
the comlng we?-k Nds falr t?> e.llpse the
week tndlng to-nlght
I shlrtwalst dan. e at the Hotel
.-4witr.eri.ind last latiUdO] I -K>>? 8010 a
pleaaant affalr that attrai te,l more than
Um usual amount of Interest.
it is rumored hera tii?_t there h?* ol*
raady been aa engagement formed b.
-w-r-r, ene ot the hondaomBQt g'ns at the
lerland ar.d a Well known Ni Wl
The Roaedale has among Its recent ar?
rlvals Mlss flylvla B. NoWborg, MIbbJ
Fun on North
There haa been aome v?ry sporty fislnng ,
thl? wfek right In the harbor and there
has bOOB tii? usjal number of longOT i
crulseB. YarhtlnK and salilng partles are
alro ln vogue and river teas and picnlca
c.m- in for thelr ehare of popularlly.
A new featuie at the Grlewold this sea?
son is boraahMh rldlng. Whieh sport has
been revlved. and many >.f the Bummer
peopie ?r? ebtatateg thelr aaarctse and
sport through the medlum of equestrlan
ism. The hours Just before break'ast
beem t?> be the popular ones for rldlng
among the mure .tmbltlous and many are
on the rotids Just at sunset The beaOtl*
fui aeenery, both ol woode and ooaoo,
cnupled Wlth the eacellent roads, add
much to the pleasure of this sport
Due to n large estent to thfl preoonce
of the fleet of hattleshlps and tOTpOdO
i>oat destroyers ln the harbor. th- soclal j
.llfe of Eastern Polnt has thlfl w.-ek been
[the goyoot of any tlme stnee the Y?t*
I Hnrvard r.gatta Th-' hattleshlps Ohlo,
I Mlaaoarl and Mlaalaelppl have been
j anchored off the polnt Btnce lnst funday,
land further up the harbor sr.- Ihe tor?
pedo imat deetroyera Reed, fluooer, Pres
ton and Lain-on. Whlle the Ulurnlnation
[Ol the fchipB has added much ??> tha BCOnlc
? BfectB ln the harbor, th? l.rlght onlformfl
and brasr buttonB of the oflcera have *n
hfl-BOOd the ptetufeOQUeneoa "f the hall
rooin of the Urlswold, the baachQB and, In
tnrt. mii plaoaa wii-re aodetf has i eld
forth this past Week
! Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hlglow. of Boston.
are spending b Ion -.."k at the Orurwold
Mr. ar.d Mra. L- Q Glass, of MontTeal,
ar>- here for tlie 8*0800.
Mr. and Mrs. A O. McQueen, <>f Man
cbeater*tn-tha*Mouataina have ant ed
for the month*
Mlaa Maiion Mellea, ol New Haven, ls
at Ihe Grlswold. She wlll later be Jolned
by her father, President Mellen, of the
New York, New Haven & llartford Rall?
John R. ilegeman, president of the MOt*
ropolltan IJfe Insuninie Company, ls to
.spend tho month of Augubt at the Grls?
Mr. and Mrs G.* tk> H. Gotild and f>r
mond V. Gould, of New York, are at tba
Grtswold for the summer.
t Mrs. F. J Card and MIbb ll*\n\ Cir-l.
of New York, are BpeadtM a few w.eks
at the GriBwold.
Greenwlc'n. Conn.. July 20?Patrons who
have been eomlnB to the Inn every 888-800
slnce Its openlng and WOtOOO-Od new ar?
rlvals constltute the colony which ls en?
joylng the pleasant, restful llfe at the
hotel on the 1.111.
The last week has been a full one. The
lii.llan Harbor Yacht Club held Its annutil
regatta. wlth accompanylng festlvitl.-s.
endlng Saturda/ nlght wlth a dlntn r fol?
lowed by a vaudevllle enterlainment and
The Greenwlch Country Club has been
the scene of numerou.i affairs, gmong
which was the Haturday dinner dance.
enjoyed by the several house party goeeta
from Greenwlch homes and the Inn. Mrs.
Henry Adams, of Belle Haven, was a re- ,
cent Country Club hohtesa, her affalr j
being a hrldge luneheon Thursday. The '
guests lncluded Mrs. I.dmund Knox. Mrs.
A. Cowles, Mrs. John Barrett and Mrs. F.
H. Page. and from ihe Inn Mrs. H. L
Byrd, Mrs. J. Wiison Wenman, Mr? K.
St. John HayB and Mrs L. L. Danforth
Mr. and Mrs. I_. S. Fmanuel. of New
York, who are summerlng at Rdgewoou
Inn, had a veranda luneheon at the oltih
Sunday for thelr guests, Mr. and Mrs. N.
II. Simmons, of New York. Others ln the
j Indye Baaa and Mloa Ifelen Tlliis, of New
The New Tuvrdo Hotel ls entertaltung
'among Its late arrlvals Mrs. 0. Wauka
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kof-eii. Mr. M.
lf. Lorenta Mr. H. Hyaaas, Mr. h.
MlkutBkl Mr. M. Herman, Mlss Roae
Siin.in. Mlaa Anna Marka and Mrs.
i S- hnltzer and ehild.
South Calro. N. Y., July :o.--Tiicie haa
beea pia oty '>f Bfa and social actlvity at
tbe hOtalB here during the laft we-k nnd
the season BCeflOB to he meeting wlth the
Bxpe* tation Of the hotel and boardlag
hous.- keepero In this virinlty.
There la a very pleasant hop in progreus
at Duncan Vllla M-nlght that la belng tn
jojed by not only the people aummtrlng
there, but by tii' people who are rum- j
ineilrig at the neighl.oring bOUSOO.
T ,? Makieska Houoe contlnues to hold
I_86d0. N. Y., July ?.-There waa a rush
to Leeda to-day that practh-ally till'd the
hotels and boardlni? houses here. so that
from now untll the end of tho seaaon
the only avaUabla rootna wlll be thoae
vai ated hy people whose vaeattons are
o\tr, and for the persons who desire to
come here ln the future It would be well
to tngrgt rooins in advance.
Mra Charles Bievrlght and ehlldren. of
Brooklyn, aro at thelr aummer restdence
The Klixabetii Houae ls entertainin};
MtBfl Brtni Holafnger, Mlss Clara Silnger
mann. Henry Ht-rtamann, Mlas Hanna
mann, Mloa Margaret Kellam and
Mr and Mrs. Charlea Behny.
The DirekshtU ls entertalnlng among Its
late arrlvalfl Mlss Mamle O'Rellly. E.
BJ) haefar and BL Schaefer, Jr., of New
tvindham, S. y . July aa.?lt has heen
Uvety h?-r?- durlnB the last Week, but It
wlll be Btill more Inelv next we.-k, be?
ea -a* to-day has brought ? throng of
vlaltors that wlll be augmented by InOOOOr
Ing guests during tlie rmxt two days, ao
Shore of Sound
party were Mrs QeOfgO ModfOtt, Mr. and
Mrs. James Moffett, jr , Mr and Mrs. C
F Weaton, Mlss Helen Moff.-tt and S. C
A hrilliant affiiir Was tue muaical given
bv Mrs. B. C. Converaa at Oooyero Manor
i-'u'i-iv afternoon Mlaa Baatrlea Herfortt,
the popuiar monotoglst, was b f.-atur.) of
the proitramine, Which aaa en.to>e<l bl B
hundred or two gueata from tha neerby
Mr and Mrs. N B. Meldrutn, of New
Vork. had as their gu.-sts for dlnner Frl
day nlKhl Mr. and Mr-. Oeorge Weber.
Mr and Mra W. Connor and Mlaa Mel
Mlflfl ;'i.u, aa Ward, >>f Ner.- fork, gaval
an Informal veranda tea Frtday after- j
noon and entertained a number of voungi
people ut dlnn* r Wedneeday nlgl * [
that there will he an iaorOMO ln th.
aoclal acthitles h*>re that wlll providc
entertatnimnt for the people summerlng
Tho Kayden Houae is having a buay
July. Among the paraona who are reg?
lstered tl 0T0 Oro D. Walla.h and Mlss
Ifelen Wall.i.h, af Brooklyn. and Mr-*. B.
C. Reaar, MMa Edna Roaer, Mrs. D. Wai
lach, Mrs. Charlea Hunteraaia, Miss
Loney Hunterman and Mrs. M. Blana aa
The Thompson House has among thls
we. ks arrlvala Mrs. l-'reckloton, Mlsa
Marla Breckletoo, Mrs. M. Brandt, Mloa
Brandt, John IVterson, Wllliam CJerans, I
Edward Karper and A. H. Walrtind, of|
Kiakatom, S. Y. July ja-Tho many
ptetureaqua nooka ln tha ricinity of KhH
kat.in have been unuaually popuiar with
Vtsitora dnntiB the last u.-ek. and from
now untll after Labor Day tho hotels and
boarding housi hera will be buay.
The new dancjng pavilion at Keatablt
ia one of the Bnest hl the Catskills, and
Ifl provlng a popuiar addltlon to the many
pleasant placaa here.
The Kistatom Retreat House aeems to
have attracted a nu-nb.-r of Brooklynites
thls week, and t'ue prngresslve euchrc
and dnnce held there last night were uii
usually auccaaafuL Among the late ar
rlvals are Mr. ind Mrs. John Qilinn, John
.1. Plaming, Miss Bmma Rald, Miss Angte
Reld, Miss Agnea Reid. Mrs. Bberman,
Mi b Ruth Bhennah, Mlaa Mlnnla Wai
Uce, Mloa Na Ita Wal ? " Bmma
MooraJay Moore, Mrs. r-; L. Roper.Mlsa
Kmma MeOeohan, Mlss Mary Knocker.
Kaaterekill, N. Y, Jul) -0 -The fourth
week of tha BOOaoa at tha Hotel Kaater
skiii cotnmanead under the most tavcrav
h!e auoplceo Cilmatlc condltlona have
been i.ieai for the out-oMoor dlv*
if w.-u u.j for dandng during tha ?
ln^. !-.) th" people hera have thoroughly
The BXtsrnooa t4M laal Baturday provad
un lnstantaneous BUCCeBB, thai met wmi
the approval of the people summering
LaatO arrlvala here aie Robert A. Shaw,
Bdgar lt. Htix, Mth. Wllliam Hyama Mr.
i-n.i Mra J Ti.. .1., Iflsa Traub, Mrs. 1..
Baalbarg, Ifra Jessph k;. t, Mrn. s. op
psahatm, Mrs. S. Wolf ar.d Mrs. II. 11.
Welll, of New York.
Dedication of Farm School for
Boys an Event of Interest.
LenoXt Maaa . J ilj 3 Mi .
soclety affairs liave been i..-i>i thlo week.
The prin. ipai evenl wa> the dedication
of the \ .-. ? ? ?-, Bchool for Uoya, a farm
of BO ai ras, whlch ? ? d to the
Epiaeopal Dli ease "f W i ichu
Betta hy tha Mii ti U d Bdlth
M. Kol laaat, of N* ? - I Btreet,
Kew York. who i ? b ountry pbu
Btocki rldge. Etjo) i wlll n
d Iim tructh ii i . to
,'? their wlth all thkl pert.
farralng, foreotry, carpentertng and?*
iiia.ksnuthing. Bishop Thomaa F. Davles
eonducted the dedlcatlon BerviC4, and
after l.ls address tea was aerved at tha
farmhouse. Many reprcsentative cot*
tagers were pre?ent.
Mr. f.nd Mrs. Frederic CrowninshleM
were gtVOO a NOOPtioa Wedneaday after?
noon by Mlss Anna h. 8huw, ln Lenoa, at
the 'lomc-te-Ad. There were the leadlng
< ottag-ra ut Misb Shaw's to greet Mr. and
Mrs. Crownlnshleld, who an ln Stock*
hridge after three years' abseiice la
Mr. and Mra George Winthrop Folsomj
gavn a dinner H cdnes.lay evenlng at,
Sunnyrldge. Other entertalnments have'
been by Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. 8alla?j
bury at Tor Court, Mtss Allce A. DrtggBl
:it the Hotel Aspinwall and Mrs. Josepk
I, Wl.lstler at Pltimbsted.
Among the prominent arnvals thla
Were Mrs, James Blalr, tottrltig wlth a
party of frien ls; Mr. anl Mrs. Peter fl.
Oarry. touring to Bar Harbor; Mr. ajid
Mrs. Thomas Skelton llarrlson, of Phlla
delphla. en route to Pomfret, Conn.; John
D I'rlmrnlns and the Ml-ses Crlmmlnt.
en route to Poland fiprings, and Dr. and
Mrs Austln Kllnt, Jr., en route to Baa*
flnce Mrs. George Westlnghouse r&iaed
the natlonal colors on Jacob's I__dder oa
the F.urth' a movement has been startal
to form a Jacob's Ladder association for
the purpose of caring for the summlt aad
maklng lt one of the scenlc polnta of In?
In Plttafleld the Maplewood has been
lilled, and early July has been the best
month In the hlstory of tho house. Many
prommont guests are irriving for tha
mldsummer, Four generals, a major ln
the T'nited States army and a retlred
adimral have been at the hotel. Tha
house has been cool during the --.irra
c'routh. the settlng of elms and maples
shadlng the bulldlngs from the sun.
Lindon w. Bateet of No. u Eaat 49th
Btreet, New Tork, who haa beea at the
Maplewood, haa hought flve hundred
acres of land of the New Lehanon Shak
ers and wlll bulld a country place. Tha
loeatlon ls near the eetate of Mr. aad
Bamoel Btevens Sands, of !tre
At Hotel Aspinwall there has Uen 8
buay a *k. Mlss Allce A. DligCB, 'f V?w
York. has gtven several large entertaln*
rr.-rts. l?r. Talcott WU'.ams of K8BJ
Tork, inado an address to the Herkshlre
bankers on Jotirnallsm as lt r- lates te
eurrent llfe Mrs. Archibald Doujrlaa ar*
rived to pam aeveral weeka wlth Mr.
and Mrs. James Douglas at a hi tel cot
tage. Counl <m<l Counteao Enrloo BbO"
lerellt, of Mllan. [tl Wl are tcurlng
Amerlca, arrlved, and had many callers.
Red l.ii'i' Inn haa been emertalntng
many prominent New Y irker.-. Mr. and
Mrs. Itussall Pemberton, Mr. and Mr?.
V K l' Malcoltn. Mr and Mrs. A. Y.
t'uitls, Henry Nlehol, Mr?. H. t Gould,
H. C. Gould. of New York: Mr. and Mrs.
?? . Muart, "f Byo; Mr and Mrs. C. f*.
Klngman and Mr. an.l Mi . W <"' VonU
. r. ..f Brooklyn, ar.- here for tne month.
| H BtOO Hall are I>r. ar. 1 BoMwt*
Alfred B Baldwtn, Mr" and Mrs W*. K
Mr. and Mra, B. B, V,':ightlngteB
and Mra. C. A. Jay. of New York,
Pleasures of Fc
Bai Harbor, M<., July Mt--Aa :t goaeral,
ruio at Bar Harbor avarythlng is meaa
urr-d etthor to or from ih" Horaa Bhow, I
and though there are to he several large
attracllons followlng this year. the BBleC
tlo:i of AuKii.-t 10, U ajid M by the direct?
ors marks Mghwater weah ln tha Boctal
tlde. The BhOW la ln Its thlrteenth y.ir
and has usually bOOOl ?'. Ilttla bOttOT oacb
aaaaon and no kat-up la plannod. Phlllp
Livingston, of How forfc, who Buecaaded
Oeneral Morreil as praaidani I *l laaeon,
la orranglag a proonrananao which arill ba
repiota with Dovaltlaa
llunter- and jumpers will ba feature,1.
and expectlng plenty of oatrioa tlie Uma
forrn.-rly taken up by the trottlng wlll be ,
gtvan (or thla purpoac and trottlng will;
be ellmlnated. v
latnea I. Putnam gave a luneboon at
the .Swlmmlng Club Sunday ln plBce of "
shore ilinner bookod for the ''ountry I'lub
Satimlay night, bul postponed ou BOOOUnl
Of tho Weather. The guests Ineluded Mr.
nmi Mra ft Megargee Wrigkt, Mr. and
Mr<. John T. Llnaaa. Mrs. Sldney Uillon
Ripiey, Mra Mlb hall, Countaen de Vlel
Castel, Mlb. Sturgls, A. Bugono Oallatln,
Dr Spenrer M. fcjiewart and II. B. H.
Mr. and Mra ihristlan D. Hemmick
were among tho arrlvala of Tuesday
and Mrs. Hemmlck's cottage, Ban-y-Bryn,
Bj (eiu|iic.l hy tho owner for the flrst
time Bince the dcath of her flrst hus
band, Mr. Barney. Wlth her two glftcl
-.CROSS THE HUDSON FROM CATJ
? ? larh )
>rest and Surf <
deughtera, and nor own llterary, mualcol
aad artlatk talents. the cottage was thi
eentre >>f a notabtc muatcal and artl thi
colony at all tlmoa,
<?ther arrlvals of Tu.-day were Mr, and
Mrs. John B. M> l.ean, who can,.' t<>
Briarlleld COttage for the summer. Laal
aeeaon they were abaenl from tin Bai
Harbor Boctal aet and thej ara rooMvlng
u heerty welcome,
Th.) Hampton inatltuta meeth-g on Mon*
day afternoon had not only a di
jul hed ><'t of patrona an.l patrpnt
but it brought a noteworthi gttthering
from every polnt of view. Tbi meeting waa
held in the grova neoi the buiiding "f
arts and fortni.l au Idl .1 <?.:t.l<></f BOttlng
for tho folk dan,. and BongB whieh Ihe
ii.'gro and Indlan atudentfl preaontod. Tha
pteturo8e.ua camp <<( twenty-flva Btudenti
pitehed here Baturday, and the Btu*
denta, wh. are touring tho Eaatora pari
of the country, praaentod a convlnotng
Minisnr and Miuc. John Loudoa of Ihe
Hotherlanda Logatton an- amonfl the
werk's arrlvals., and ara -.1 the ipilet sum?
mer home on Atlantle BVOnUB that hua
beeO th.- legation's headiiuarters foi tha
last two seasons. For the last tWO or
three weeks the btratlon has bOOQ con
dnoted by Chargf d'Affolrao flchaBolk, wh,,
came here in advanoe of Ihe other m< m- I
Mrs. J. Biddle Porter wlll give u garden j
party on Tuesduy, August t>, to lntroduce
JKILL, N. Y.
m Maine Coast
, her daughtei, Mlaa BlUabeth Ruah Por'
lar, arfa i a del itante next *?lnt"
ln Phlladelphla. Mlaa Port r la a bpjbo>
i nent flgur.i tha Bwtmmlng Club couru
and a popular girl of tba youngei B8t
An addltton to the Uteaao bb< is Mlsj
Margarel Wade, of flraehlngton, whoa
pas.-inK the summer at the Belmont -in<
devotmg her tlme lo the comptetoj
. rlea of ahori atoriea on WMblngWB
foclety, t" appear ln tha form of fi.-tior.
nazl wlnter. Mtss gfade was tha BOtM
??> of M.s. Falrhanks. Brtfa of tW
I \|,.-l'resld.-nt during Bo,.-, reil I la-t ??*
Mrs. i?. Heary KaowMoo gnlertaksaflBJ
Idlnner al tbe Da Qragetre on Thureda.
eveolngi followed by brhlgr.
Mr. an.l Mrs IVrry Bcim. nt. who came
thla week. oceupytng the MaltMai gf
tage. are among the weeks notcaortw
,,ns to the cottage set. Ab Mr. OOB
inont ls much occupled wlth l',,llt,(' " !
falra this Bummar, be wlll BpanJ ?""
Uma al Bar Harbor, and wlll makfJ' ?
,,uent trtpa to New York and Wa-hlnston.
Tho Hon. and Mrs. Alfied. Q-88881 j|
apending their boneymoon very gu
a. the Turreta. after a brlef weddlnl
trip. Later lt 1b expected that they J*
lak. a prominent part in soelety. aao
number of Boclal affairs will he g"-?"
thelr honor. The new bride and brior
groom form an lntere?tlng ttmiglt ?-* 8BB
Harbor this sumnitf.