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Invitations for Mid-Winter
Ball for CharitY Are Out
Affair To Be Given by Woman's Auxiliary
of Union Settlement Will Attract Many So
cial Leaders to Ritz-Carlton January 30
Invitations have been sent out for
the mid-winter bail of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Union Settlement,
which will be given in the large ball
room of the Ritz-Carlton January 30.
Mrs. Henry P. Davison heads the com?
mittee in charge of the affair and Miss
Eunice James is chairman of the com?
mittee of debutantes, who also will
lend their assistance toward the success
of the affair. Boxes already have been
secured by a number of prominent
persons, including Clarence H. Mackay,
Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee, Mrs. Harry
Payne Whitney, Mrs. Charles H. Sabin,
Mrs. William A. Read, Mrs. Herbert L.
Pratt, Mrs. D. Hunter McAlpin, Mrs.
Walter B. James, Mrs. Walter Jen
ninga, Mrs. Arthur Curtiss James, Mrs.
Robert Jaffray, Miss Jaffray, Mrs. Ed
ward S. Harkness, Mrs. J. Horace Hard
ing, Mrs. John Henry Hammond, Mrs.
William E. S. Griswold, Mrs. David
Dows, Mrs. Andrew .Fletcher, Mrs.
? Grosvenor H. Backus, Mrs. Thomas
Crimrains, Mrs. Edwin M. Bulkley, Mrs.
Reginald Barclay and Henry P. Davi?
The patronesses comprise Mrs. Will?
iam R. Barbour, Mrs. Philip b. Bar
thell, Mrs. C. Vanderbilt Barton, Mrs.
Robert S. Brewster, Mrs. William
Adams Brown, Mrs. Jonathan Bulkley,
Mrs. James Byrne, Mrs. Lincoln Crom
well, Miss Eleanor de Graff Cuyler,
Mrs. Ira Davenport, Mrs. William But?
ler Duncan, Mrs. J. Clifton Edgar, Mrs.
George C. Fraser, Mrs. Lewis B. Gaw
try, Mrs. O'Donnell Iselin, Mrs. Oliver
G. Jennings, Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, Mrs.
Oliver W. Krech, Mrs. Frederick F.
Lee, Mrs. Frederick W. Lincoln, Mrs.
R. Burnham Moffat, Mrs. William H.
Moore, Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow, Mrs.
Rufus L. Patterson, Mrs. Daniel E.
Pomeroy, Mrs. Henry H. Rogers, Mrs.
Dean Sage, Mrs. William Jay Schief?
felin, Mrs.. Arthur H. Scribner, Mrs.
Charles Stewart Smith, Miss Clara B.
Spence, Mrs. Louis Morris Starr, Mrs.
Edward Van Ingen, Mrs. Albert Galla
tin, Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss, Mrs.
William Harkness, Mrs. T. P. WleJls,
Mrs. Cornelius N. Bliss jr., Mrs. Will?
iam Warner Hoppin, Mrs. Harold Irv
w*n.Prat?;_ ?rs- John s- Rogers, Mrs.
Walter Phelps Bliss, Mrs. George F
Brewster, Mrs. Henry E. Coe and Mrs
The managera of the auxiliary are
Mrs. Reginald Barclay, chairman; Mrs.
Tbatcher M. Brown, Mrs. Edwin M.
?ulkJey, Mrs. Henry J. Burchell, Mrs.
G. L. Carhsle jr., Mrs. Charles Philip
Coleman, Mrs. Post Collins. Mrs George
w. Crary, Mrs. Thomas Crinimins, Mrs.
Henry P. Davison, Mrs. Lvnfoid Dick
uison, Mrs. *>avid Dowg, Mrs. William
S. Edgar, Mrs. Cass Gilbert, Mrs. W. E
?? G,risw?]<UM?ss Isabel Hastings, Miss
Emily Jaffray, Mrs. Robert Jaffray, Mrs.
Robert Irving Jenks, Mrs. Frank L. Kel
logg, Mrs. Darwin P. Kingslev, Mrs.
?>e Witt Parshall, Mrs. Noah C. Rogers
Mrs. Johnston Ross, Mrs. Thomas E.
Satterthwaite, Mrs. N. B. Schirmer,
Mrs. James R. Sheffield, Mrs. J. Fred?
erick Talbott, Mrs. Henry A. Todd and
Mrs. Julius F. Workum.
The Runaway Girl" which will be
given to-morrow and Tuesday evenings
at the Plaza, for the benefit of Gros?
venor Neighborhood House, will have a
number of well known amateurs in the
east. The leading roles will be taken
bv Mrs. Reginald T. Townsend, Miss
Charlotte Guye, Misa Caramai Carroll,
Miss Olive Foster, Miss Katherine
F.xton, Emerson MacMillin 3d, Reginald
T. Townsend, F. Heyward Hunter and
John Warburton. The chorus for this
clever little musical comedy by Ivan
Caryll and Lionel Monckton Will include
Miss Katharine Sharpe, Miss Geneyieve
Mangan, Miss Betty Clapp, Miss Edythe
McCoon, Miss Hendricks, Miss Kath?
erine Hutchins, Miss Josephine Flood,
Miss Julia Shanley, Miss Emily Burchell,
Miss Helen Schniewind, Miss Helen
Johnson, Miss Margaret Wallace, Miss
Katherine P. Bliss, Miss Eiizabeth
Chisolm and Miss Martha Ottley. There
also will be about twenty young men in
the chorus. Miss Grace Henry, an of?
ficer of the Junior League, who spent
two years in France arranging enter
tainments for the soldiers, has charge of
the detaila of the production and is
eoaehing the participants.
The committee in charge of the af?
fair is made up of Miss Caramai Car?
roll, Miss Cornelia Van Auken Chapin,
Mias Genevieve Mangan, Miss Chris
tina Nichols. Misa Audrey Riker, Miss
Elouise Boker, Miss Augusta Dixon and
Mias Mary Colt.
Boxes and tickets may bc had from
Miss Colt at 4.:o Park Avenue.
Grosvenor Neighborhood House, on
Fiftieth Street, near the East River,
aervea a loncl.eon daily to the school
ehlldren of that neighborhood, who re?
turn to the house after school hours
for classes in sewing. knitting anu
household work, which keeps them
from the streets. In the evening be?
fore returning to their homes they r"
eeive bread and milk. Meetings an
held during the week at nights for
mothera who work during the day.
Each child connected with the set?
tlement is sent for a fortnight's oui
:tig in the summer to the countrv
Mrs Charles D. Dickey jr. is president
of the settlement; Miss Nichols, vice
PVsidenf, Miss Chapin, treasurer
Mrs. Gilbert Darllngton and Misa
Gertrude H. Pardee, secretaries. The
directors are Mrs. S. Sloan Colt, Mrs
Gillet Lefferts, Mrs. William Harden
burgh jr., Mrs. Wflliam B. Olmstead,
Miss Hope Kingsley, Miss Gertrude
Mali, Miss Kathryn Kimball, Miss
Adrienna Iselin, Mias Caroiine Wyeth,
Miss Evelyn Scott, Miss Mary Crock
er Alexander and Miss Alice W. Law?
For tha benefit of the Cathohc
Center for the Blind. a performance
will be found in the I
Main Seetion of To-day'0
of 'Buddies" will be given to-morrow
evening at the Selwyn Theater. Mrs.
Jacob L. Phillips is chairman of the
directing committee on which are the
Comtesse de Laugier-Villara, Mrs
NTicholas F. Brady, Miss Iselin, Mrs.
George Stanton Floyd-Jones, Mrs. John
Beverly Duer, Mrs. John G. Agar, Mrs
Alfred C. Chapin, Miss Ada Clarke,
Mrs. Henry W. Taft, Mrs. K. Kane
Donohue, Miss Estelle O'Brien. ?irs
William F. Sheehan, Mrs. Morgan J
0|Brien, Mrs. James O'Gorman, Mrs.
Richard Clarke, Mrs. Seton Henrv,
Mrs. Cornelius Tiers, Mrs. De Lancey
A. Kane, Mrs. Edward Keyes, Mrs. F
Burrall Hoffman, Mrs. Stuart Pullman I
West and Mrs. J. Walter Wood.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Vin-!
cent's Hospital will hold its annual j
reception and dance in the ballroom
of the Waldorf-Astoria Friday evening. J
The procceds will. bo used for the care |
of the sick afcd the poor of St. Vin
In former years this has always
been a brilliant occasion, and it is
the plan of the women of the auxiliary
to cclipse all former receptions. Among
those wlio have taken boxes are- Mrs.
De Lancey Kane, Clarence H. Maokay,
Dr. and Mra. Constantine T. McQuire.
Comtesse do Laugier-Vfllars, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Dr. and Mrs.
Joao M. Ferrer, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
H. Kelley, Mr. Adrian Iselin, Mrs.
Joseph Slevin jr. and Mr. and Mrs. J
Under the patronago of Mrs. W. K.,
Vanderbilt, Mrs. George Jay Gould, I
Mra. Stuart Blackton, Mrs. Augu.t Bel
mont, Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney and
the Misses Lewisohn, an entertainment
will be given at Carnegie HaP January
24, for the benefit of talented children
without funds. Miss Violet Blackton
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Black?
ton, will' appear in a dance represent
lng "Springtime," and Childs Stuart
Blackton will take part in a Greek
dance "The Call of the Ferries." Miss
Harriet Hoctor will be the chief solo
The after-the-holidnys term of the
Free Industrial School for Crippled
Children, 471 West Fifty-seventh street,
of which Coionel Walter Scott is presi?
dent, began on Monday with a full at
tendance of the pupils. The lessons in
dressmaking, darning and mending for
the girls, and carving, cobbling, tooling
and brasswork for the boys, have been
resumed as a part of the school course,
in addition to the. cducational course
which is the same as that of the pubiic
schools. Most cfficient teachers have
charge of these industrial instructions
by means oi' which thc children receive
a very useful training.
Preparations are already under way
for tho annual fair of the Lulu Thorley
t?yons Home, Claverack, N. Y., which is
under the same manafement as tho
free industrial school. The fair will
be held in July as usual, and prominent
speakers will help to make it a success
Thia beautiful home, which was pre?
sented several years ago bv Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Thorley in memory of
their daughter, has been undergoing
improvements which have made it a
comfortable summer and autumn home
for the city school children.
A song recital will be given Thursday
afternoon, January 22, by Edith llo
maine, soprano, asaisted by Flora Mac
Donald Wills, at 52 East Seventy
eighth Street. It will be under the
?patronage of Mrs. Corr.elius R. Agnew,
Mrs. Howard S. Borden, Mrs. Samuel
J. Broadwell, Mrs. Frederick A.
Dwight, Miss Antoinette Dwight, Mrs.
Pvoland G. Freeman, Mrs. La Grave
Harrison, Mrs. Townsend Jones, Mra
J. J. Knox, Mrs. Charles Lydecker
Mrs. Charles S. MacVeigh, Mrs. Hil
borne L. Roosevelt, Mrs R Penn
Smith jr., Mrs. J. Walter SpSlding and
Mrs. Ernest G. Stevens.
Busy Golf Season
For St. Augustine
Tournaments Arranged for
February and March on
Fine Links; Many From
New York Are at Resort
ST. AUGUSTINE, Jan. 10.?St. Au?
gustine ia justly proud of her golf
course, for here is found one of the
finest eighteen-hole coursos and club
houaes of the country. The winter
program has been issued by Alexander
Lightfoot, secretary of the tournament
committee. The St. Augustine amateur
championship begins Januarv 27. The
fourth annual spring tournament will
open on Washington's Birthday, and
the finala will be played February 28.
For this tournament elegant trophies
are given for each division, and
the winner of thia tournament ia
also entitled to a leg on the W.
H. Bearcisley Cup, which was put
up for competition threo years ago.
The winter championship of Florida
runa from March 22 to the 27. Last
season there waa an entry list that
repreaented forty clubs from Canada
to Florida and was won by Mike Brady.
Herbert Strong, the profcssional, is
here agiin for the season'. He ex
pressed himself nr. more than satisfied
at the fine condition of the lhiks.
George F. Schwab, of New York, is '
daily seen on the links with J. A. Don-1
aldson, of the Norwood Country Club.
Other players of pjovious seasons who
have returned this week include Mr. '
Sh<^ Mfa? n^rrici P?cember 27 at tho country home of'her brother,
Henri lien<l<-lt Grenwald Park, Great Neek, Long I?lan<i
Three Recent Brides
Mrs. Pceul Saundera was Miss Minette Baron. She is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Baron, of Brooklyn. She tvas married at the
Hotel Astor, December 28.
, Mrs. Lee R. Francis, who was Miss Agnes McDonald. She is a
daughter of Mrs. M. R. McDonald.
Mrs. James Van Alst. She tvas Miss Edith Draper, and her mar
riage^ took place December 27 in the Church of the Transfiguration.
She is a daughter of John R. Draper.
and Mrs. Edward 0. McGill, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles T. Chauvin, Mason Towle,
Wallace Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Swift and Nelson P.. Burr, of New
lork. The winter cottage colony is
well nigh complcte. Mr. and Mrs. Wil?
liam Jennings Ormondc, who have not
occupied their estate since the close
of the war, cumo this week from Rye,
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ormonde have as
their guest Edward Ayers, of New
^ Mr. -and Mrs. F. F. Proctor,. of New
York, are spending some time at the
Alcazar while their houseboat, the
Georgena, is at anchor in the bay. Mrs.
Thomas L. Chadbourne, of New York,
who arrived at her cottage early in
Decembcr, has chartered the Ruff
house, formerly ownod by Harry Payne
whitney, and she will start soon with
a party of Now York friends for a
cruise among the Florida keys for a
_ At the clubhouse of the St. Augns
tine links a number of luncheons and
teas wero given this week. Mrs.
Lawrence Lewis entcrtained for her
mother, Mrs. John K. Wise, of Wil
mington, N.C, on Friday at a large
bridge party followed bv tea. Among
the guests were Mrs. James E. Ingra
ham, Mrs. Martin D. Hardin, Mrs
George M. Fletcher, Mrs. Florence E.
Sumner, Mrs. William A. Knight, Mrs.
C. A. Lamont, Mrs. Richard D. Wylie,
Mm. L- G. Wnlsh, Mrs. J. Duncan
Puller, Mrs. Reginald White, Mrs.
Nathaniel Pierce, Mrs. Murray W. Sea
gears, of New York, and Mrs. Frank
W. Nix, of Brooklyn.
Mrs. Delos O. Wickham, of New
York, has arrived to spend a fortnight
before going to Palm Beach for the
winter. Other late New York arrivals
include Charlete Ogburn, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold L. Dann, Henry N. Tucker Mr
and Mrs. George A. Luhn, J. E. Van?
derbilt, MrB. A. Pitou, Mr. and Mrs.
['homas E. Benzer, George M. Long
stiff, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Chau- |
vin, John N. Howard, Miss Alice M j
Crawley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 0. Mc?
Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadin Mr
and Mrs. George E. Moule, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank A. Raymond and Mr. and
Mrs. David G. Liggett, of White Plains,
The Hotel Ponee de Leon opened this
week again under the management of
Hobert Murray, who has welcomed
many of the old time guests that an
nuully spend their eritiro winter here
WorUto Greatest Hotel Succew
Dine and Dance in the
jFAMQUS SUBMARINE GRH1
Exhibition Hancind by
, Mr. and MraPAUL DE CAfiDO
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Pershing's Visit Awaited
By Old Point Comfort
General's Inspection Trip to Re
sort Removes After-the
OLD POINT COMFORT, Va., Jan 10
?General Pershing's projectod viait to
Old loint Comfort during hia inspec?
tion of Fortress Monroe next week is
a matter of great interest at Hotel
Cnamberhn, where he is to be a guest.
For this reason there ia no after-the
holiday lull at this popular resort.
The visit of the French training ship
Jeanno d'Arc to Old Point Comfort
waters occasioned much interest and
launch parties to visit it were made up
from the Chamberlin guests. They in
cluded, from New York City, Mr and
Mrs. L. S. Carpenter, W. J. Ritchie,
Harold P. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Strubel, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson,
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Valinoti, Bernard
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Green,
Edgar D. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Regiela, Mrs. N. W. Fosa, Mrs. Charles
N. Rendigs, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J.
Flash and their children, Mias Betty
Payne, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Powell, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Simon, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Stern, the Misses Groelinger,
R. D. M. Wentworth, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Hastinga, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson,
Mrs. Sarah F. Minter, Mr. and Mrs. B.
H. Perry, Mrs. John Zeiser, Mr. and
Mra. L. R. Ayers, Emil I. Nordlinger,
Robert W. Ashcroft, Mr. and Mrs. Al?
fred Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ger
stein, Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Adler, Mr.
and Mrs. Max H. Sklar, G. S. Booth,
Mr. and Mrs. William Naumburg and
J. J. Ruckus.
Visitors at Miami
Play Polo Again
Swimming Match Is Feature
of Week for Vacationists;
Hotels Already Filled and
Season Gets Early Start
MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 10.?While skaters
and iceboats glided over Northern wa
ters thia week the main sporting event
in Miami was a three-mile swimming
race across Biscayne Bay. Thousands
of winter viaitors in summer clothes
lined both shores of the palm-fringed
bay and saw Miss Frances Bilabarrow,
a former life guard at a Long Island
summer resort, win the event from
Hugh Silas, her nearest competitor.,Of
the nine entrants three women athletea
finished among the first four.
The polo season at Miami Beach will
be for'mally launched Wednesday, when
two local tcams will play the opening
match. Contests will be arranged
Bemi-weckly throughout the season
with Aitken, Camden and other promi
nent teams. Another big sporting at
traction at Miami Beach will be a
horse show patterned after the most
successful events of this nature' in the
North. Robert E. Moreland will entef
twenty of his favoritea. Other en?
trants from Cleveland, Cincinnati, St.
Louia, New York and Boston are ex
pected, aa well as several Cuban thor
Resort Filled Already
Owing to the large number of guests
in Miami, the Royal Palm was opened
two weeks earlier than usual to ac
commodate them. A large party was
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Evereat
G. Sewell. Their gueata included Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn H. Curtiss, Mr. and Mra.
Alfred C. Thompaon, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McGraw, Mr. and Mra. George
S. Reid. Mrs. Raymond Jack, Dr.
Gideon Timberlake, Major H. Foulois
and Charles D. Smith.
John T. McCutcheon, cartoonist and
journalist, of Chicago, has left with
hia wife for Salt Key, the island of the
Bahamas group owned by them.
The Everglades Chapter, D. A. R.,
held a meeting early in the week at the
residence of Mrs. Jerome T. Gratigney
in Buena Vista. Mrs. Everest George
Sewell, regent of the chapter, presided.
Among tho New York visitora attend
lng were Mrs. Joseph Gladden, Mrs. I
Henry Fordham, and Mrs. Halford S
Mr. and Mra. H. C. Bonfield and E. E. I
Hillsboi-o County; FloridJ
Now thfe life JZ, T"1,', and , Bound inveetment.
wiZia j .,? center of Indnstria and aKricultuml
Ucnutm.rndi, th6 '""I1 rapitlly Browin? cUyin the South
fncnta h?.h0?e"' fi"e Scho0lB' modern civic improvol
mcnts, h sh-class amusements, big boatelries and small
Community Smg every Sunday. Free- motor "???
J8-hole golf couraes. Outdoor sporta on land and water
? ta ^w^ab' "* ,,n $* Bcction and NoXrn catll
honJ? ?7 eatetL" f?mb7 ,yca?nd sunahine-heated
ms' real e?wto, farm lands, and citrus-fruit grovea.
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Furs in Style as Cold
Wave Hits Palm BeacK
Ocean Bathing Not Yet Popular, but Flor
ida Resort Is Preparing for One of the
Busiest Winter Seasons in Its History
PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 10.?Those
who came from the North to Palm
Beach this week will have no, difficulty
in getting acclimated. Indeed, those
who bought along their fur coats are
still iinding them useful, as the cold
wave has drifted southward.
Naturally, with the chilly atmos
phere bathing has not been much in
dulged in on the beach, but the swim
ming pool at the Casino has had many
Flying promises to be one of the
diversions of the season. Edward R.
Thomas, of New- York, who has his
seaplane here, has made many flights.
He will make many trips to the Ba
hamas during the season. Mrs. Thomas
often accompanies him on his trips.
The Everglades Club, which opened
at Christmas, had a jolly gathering on
New Year's Eve, when many members
assembled for the dinner and dancing
which followed. Among those present
were Paris Singer, who had Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Mackaye at his table; Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Woodhouse and
Miss Marjorie Woodhouse, of New
York, who are spending the season
Many new villas have sprung up in
Palm Beach since the close of last
season, and the development in Poin
ciana Park and Royal Park is notice
able, although the property to the
north of the hotels, near the Country
Club, includinjr the Adams subdivision,
is considered the coming part of Palm
Beach. Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury's
Spanish villa is fast nearing comple
tion, and Mrs. Stotesbury is expected
at The Breakers to-morrow to spend a
few days before occupying the house.
The Palm Beach Country Club will
open for the season on January 18,
and the Beach Club probably on the
15th, far earlier than usual, on account
of the large cottage colony already
Mrs. Morgan Belmont, of New York,
has arrived here for the season.
Russell G. Colt, of New York, has
arrived to spend the season as usual.
Stephen* B. Elkins, of New York, ex
pects to arrive on February 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lane Folger,
of New York, are here for the season.
Mrs. Edward H. Kidder arrived this
week to join her husband.
Roger Hill has arrived here ffom
New York and is occupying his cottage.
Herbert Pulitzer has taken Dr. W. G.
Freeman's estate on the Lake Trail for
James T. Anyon, of New York, who
Garritson, of New York, had the thrill- !
ing experience of being towed out to I
sea in their yacht Corsair by several j
porpoises and sharks, Their most fero
cious antagonist was an 80-pound tiger |
shark which caused them much uneasi- !
ness. It was finally captured. The !
anglers returned to the wharf with
thirty-five big prizes which included a
65-pound amberjack, three rare African
pompano, a 34-pound barracuda, a 45- j
pound grouper and an 85-pound jewfish. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burton, J. H.Bur- j
ton jr., and Mrs. F. Bransel, of Mount I
Vernon, and Judge W. Cobb and C. H. I
Over jr., of New York, were among the j
luncheon guests at the Breakers Thurs?
Will Cruise to Cuba
George R. Fowler, of Greenwich, will
shortly join his trim boat, the Elaia II,
in Miami for a cruise to Cuba, where
he has extonsive sugar interests.
The Thelma, one of the largest
pleasure craft in these waters, is be?
ing overhauled for the use of her
owner, Richard Howe, of Jericho, L. I.,
upon his arrival next week. She was
formerly the property of Morton F.
Late arrivals at the Royal Palm in
clude Dr. and Mrs. George G. Shelton,
of Ridgefield, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore M. Leonard, Mrs. W. B.
Jones, Miss Viola Cain, Mr. and Mrs.
David C. Leech, of New York, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Penn Mather, of Nar
purchased the lrttle Grav Hou*. i
| Orange Grove Avenue, has pTrlLL
a tract of land extendine thro,?ra !d
the Adams eatate on Dun bar Road ?
Seabreeze Hotel Open*
For Big Resort Season
SEABREEZE, Fla.. Jan. 10-Th.
Clarendon had its formal openine- thi!
evening with a dinner and ball a. YL!
first event of the season. Since 1???
Saturday. however, Northerners hav*
been arnving at the hotel bv the .?
and there was a record number at th.
dinner The Seabreeze cottage colonv
arrived early-this year, manv partte.
opening their homes for the holidtvs
and every one in the Seabreeze commV
mty attended the Clarendon partv
Mrs. C. M. Greemer, Mr. Niver Dr C
B. White, Judge Seara, Mrs' H S
Stevens, S. J. Ruser, W. S. Shellv'atiii
R. F Carrell with a party were prLnt
All along the beach a large increase
in the number of cottages is noticeable
and many new projects are under iny
at Seabreeze and Daytona. The larees't
undertaking at Seabreeze is a deli^tful
casino that has recently been completed
at a cost of between $40,000 and 160,000
Entertainments of every'nature will be
held there for the winter colony A
course of lectures, musicalg md
dances are among the social events al
re?dy arranged. Tt iB expected that
Vice-President Marshall will mske th*
dedicatory speech when he arrives this
month. Vice-President and Mrs. Mar?
shall will be with Mr. and Mrs. B.
Johnston, who have a cottage on Htli
fax Avenue. ?
Flying is to be the most popular
mode- of travel to points along the
coast this winter, according to even
indication, for aeroplanes are here iii
numbers, and at all the resorts slonr
the Atlantic. Stationed at the Claren?
don are passenger planes from the
Princeton Flying School. Frank Stsn
ton, of Princeton, is the manager of
the unit here.
Many Canadians registered this week
at the Clarendon and the forecut
shows that this season there will be
more Canadian families at this resort
than ever before. Homer B. Smith
and his mother, Mrs. V. B. Smith, of
ToTonto, stopped here for a few dsys
en route to Havana.
Robert L. Ireland, of New York and
Cleveland, who is touring Klorids by
automobile, stopped here over the week
end en route south.
Tampa Resort Season
Is Formally Openeil
Get-Together Meeting of Tour
ists Makes Start Much
TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 10.?The Tamps
Bay Hotel formally opencd its doors to
winter viaitora a week ago. To Tampa
the opening is synonymous with the be
ginning of the winter season. Music
will be furniahed by a five-piece orches?
tra which played at some of the large
Northern resorts, and the u-<u8l semi
weekly dances will be inaugurated imme
diately after the opening bal!. plsnned
Among the first rcgistrants wer*
Mra. H. L. Coe, R. B. Grinnell, Mr. and
Mra. Robert C. Wheeler, Henry A. Fox,
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Lovera, John S.
Twomey, of New York, Hnd Mr. and
Mrs. George Andrews, of Brooklyn. Jim
Thompaon, of Schenectady, N'. Y., thr
profeasional golfer, arrived just in time
for the opening, and his presence is ex
pected to add to the season'a golf in
Five hundred tourists, who are making
their winter home in Tampa, held a
"eet-together" meeting at the De Soto
Hotel last Saturday. Music was pro
vided by the Tampa Municipal Band
and some pleasing vocal selections were
At quaint old
TheAlcazar Ponce de Leon;
on the glistening
at gay and fashionable
Royal Poinciana The Breakers;
under the tropical magic of
and on down to the famotis
Fishing Camp at
theclans are gathering-in the warm, balmy
?ir, on the sporty rfolf links-in the breakers.
Are you going? Everyone will be on the
Flonda East Coast this winter.
For reservation* and information address
FLORIDA EAST COAST HOTEL CO.
' 243 Fifth Avenue, New York
ON CAMDBN HIBGHTS
OLD POINT COMFORT
FINE WINTKR BOLF ^
Cuiaina. Ewy BaropMB
B?tb and Trcaunmt. Wrlta
060. F. A0AM8. Maaanr.
Fertrau Mtarea, V?