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REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. .TFLY 26, 1903.
George Gtllmore. The table was beautifully
decorated with cut Klass and silver, the cfii
tcr piece belnsr an arti-tlc arranpement of
pink carnation"! and fern"-
2lr. anil Mrs. O'-car Bold. Jr . enter
tained a number of friends on Saturday
evening. In horor of aliss Laura McDeai
man. Among the Ruests were. Helen Bar
rct. Helen aarxis. Pturj.-es Bay. Pierre .-an-grain
and Jlr. and .Mr. Harry Berry.
Ml HIHa Willouchbv. who was a guet
cif the fninllv of Mr ar.el.Mrs IV W Barns
back. depmed last neck for her home at
J'ueblo. Colo. Sho as ne companies by
Miss Nota Banisback. who will si end the
remainder of the summci with her.
Mre. H. It t-ackelt and children are here
from Chicago, guests of her brother. John
Mr. and Mrs. Cl.arlcs Jf. Travous have
Hno to Chicago
Miss Gertrude Bycroft has returned to
Gillespie after .1 visit with M!s Otillle
Mls-i Elizabeth Bcntley has cone to Day
ton. O.. where she will be .1 Kueja of rela
tives until fall.
Miss Irola fonklinc. who war a Ruet of
her -Istcr. Mrs W. IS French, has returned
to St. Louis
Mr. and Mr- I.ouh Bumpf are ontertnin
Inc her sister. Miss Illrua Douglas of Now
Mrs I. M. Jun. is vHitinc In Ora-iHe.
Miss Marcaret Coffey has returned to
Vaerl. Mr. :.nd Mrs. C A Vallette were
her enterta.ner- while hen.
Mrs -lizali"th Krcbs and son Fratk and
the Mfer Tlor-nce Lockrtt and Irene
Krebs of St. Louis, were cues-is of Mr. an 1
Mrs. Louis Hartuns the flrxt of the -a eel;.
The Ml"e Martin hae been entertaining
Mlses Clara Seile and Laura Hoal er of
St. Louis ard Kstelle Hoppe of Alton.
Mrs George lflbflelcli returned Sunday
from a two-weeks' xl-it In Chicago
Mb-, Maud Hampton of Hlllsboro 13 a
Euost of Mrs-. Simon Kellcrmann Jr
The MI9Cb fctcUe nic entertaining Miss
Ma Hnrtnian of Alton
Mls Bertha Hushes deleted Thursdav
Mrs Corse ."chllllnp has for a que-t her
mother. Mrs Thomas J. Cooper of Prince
Mrs. C. A. Shepparu his core to Bost
wick. Neb., for a xWt with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charle- .Njct and Mr
Tarllnc of St Louis wire guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Crank Heed last week.
Mr. and Mrs. is M McKee cf Karon
street. St laiuis have been pprlirjr i"
week witli Mr. McKee'- parents, jir. ard
Mrs. L. C Kconti
Mrs. n. A Judy nirived Thursdiy from
Decatur for a vldt wilh the family of C IS.
Mls Nellie Clatk of St Louis 1-, a gust
leif Mr. and Mrs 1;. JI. Morgan.
Ml-ses Husenia and HonIe Guentz f
"Belleville arrived Saturda) , to spend a week
xvlth their -Ister, Mrs John Dillon.
Mrs-. Josephine Otrber lias returned from
Mls Amanda Isjnsee of Chicago Is a
Ruest of her brother. If. O. lsensee, and
Mrs Andrew Van Wormer and d.uphtcr.
Miss Katherine. of No. UUl West Morgan
street, St. Louis, were guests of Mr. and
Mra. 35. H. Richards this wcrk.
J. A. Vance end daughter. MI"s Viola,
hate gore to Ilaltimore for a vWl.
Mrs. B. Goedde of Uat St. -IjuIs and
'laughter. Miss Annie, and Mis- Clara
Clapp of Lincoln wire cue-ts this week of
Mrs. Goedde's sls'er. Mrs V K Yagcr
A half dozen Hast St. I-tds persons en
Joyed a trip over the t.cenic Suburban this
week, concluding with supper at Kdwards
vlllc Thev were J. U. Ut-td of the Jour
raU Mrs. lice. Mr. und Mrs. Trank W An
2erejn, Mr. and M's. Charles Caldwell.
Mrs. William Parish or Alton, was the
Buei of friends in Jers-wllle last week.
Miss Day Rarry cf Jer'eyville, was a
vWlor in St. Louis la-t week.
Mrs. William John of Icrsejville, was
the suest of friends In Medo.a, II1.
MIs Ella Aylward of fct. LjuIs, is, a
visitor !n Jersej-ville.
Ht. Frank Kinbly of Jersevville i'.a." re
turned from a Mt with friends in Alton.
Mrs. A. Lane of Kan St. luls, wa in
Jersejville lost week.
Mls Lizzie Mize of I'ittnlrt. III., was
MI-s Nellie Dellins of Jerscv.ll. his
Rone to Dertolt. Mich . to vilt Miss Emma.
Mrr. John Brown of St. Louis is the uert
of friends in Jersey 111c
Mm T. Chappell of Dow. 111., was a visit
er In Jerscvx-ille. last week.
Mrs. B. F. Wurtman has returned to
Auburn. III., after vbltlng Mrs. Alvira
Mrt. J. A. Dick of Delhi. III., was in Jer-eey-illle
Miss Mamie Dugan of Alton is tbe suest
of Jerellln friends.
MI33 Ida I'rill hac returnol to St. Louis,
tfter Isitlng friends in Jersejville.
MIs Mary Ilolman of JerseyiIIe Is visit
ing In Bellii. Ill
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mejera of Jer?"vvllle
rntortalned Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Hume ot
llo'la. Mo.. la 1. week.
Miss Stella Maeee of Jer9ellle bis re
turned from GreenIlle. 111., af'er ;t.tinff
Mrs. alter E. Cariln of Jerseynle.
JIf. and Mrs. C. B. Warner of Jer"eville.
entertained I'rofesor and Mrs Wallace
Uruco AmFbarj' cf Champaign, '!!-
Mrs. F M. Dashr.er of Jerseyville has
tone to Mexico, Mo.
Mrs. Paae Whltlock of RockbriJse, III.,
Was a visitor In JtxsejvIUe last wvk.
Mrr. V. C. Halbert of Jer-ev7i!Ie is cn
tertalnliiB Mrs. E. S. Wells of Lake Forest,
Miss. May NclMin of Jerseyville was In
Whitehall last week.
Miss Mabel hii- 0j Jerseyville was In
Kane, 111., last week. s P-jl
Msi Lena lt-..ii. j of Jersevville reccntlj
entertainea Miss Minnie Siroup of St Loui'.
Miss Margaret Flanniean of Jcrsy,-ilie
was a isltor In St. Lnuis last we.t.
Mrs. Charles Slaten of Jerseyville, has re
turned from a tour of the East.
Mrs. John Stcnc of Jersevli:e entertained
at a dinner party on Friday evening.
Mrs. Sarah Dlemunscn 01 St. Louis was
a visitor In Jereytllle last neck.
Mrs. V. E. Detnoyers of Jersej-vIIle -s-cs
In St. Lniis lart week.
Mrs. Nancy Florida of lersey.ille jas
the puest of friends in Si. Louis last wck.
Mrs. C Perrine of Jerseyville .las re
turned from Kane. 111.
Mrs. C. E. Brooks or Jerseyville was a
recent isitor In St. Louis.
Mrs. C. E. Warner of Jerseyville has
gone to Lebanon, 111.
Miss Lillie Belle Pierce has returned to
St. Louis arter visiting with Miss Clata
Bella Slaten In Jerseyville
Mrs. H. N. Wycoff han returned to Alton,
nfter' visiting friends in Jersevville.
Miss Maud L'pklde of St Louis -las a
. Isitor la Jersejvllle last week.
Mrs. George GCodman ot Jer-evville en
tertained Mrs. L. Thurstcn of St, Louis
Miss Nora Hankey or Jerseyville v,as a
recent visitor In St. Louis.
Mrs. E. A. Belknap has returned to Green
field. III., after visiting Mrs. William G.
Burnett In Jerseyville.
Mrs. William Harding of Jeray!He wnt
to Granite City last week to visit Mrs.
Mrs. E. F. Leak of Jerseyville has re
turned from St. Louis.
lire. Jesse I. MeGrady of JerseyWUe gave
a nicnlc supper Satuidav evening on the
Holland lawn. Mrs. M'cGnidy was rs
Usted by the Misses Louise Shephard :-iid
Whelhtr Tour Trip Es
OYirland or Acrott Iha
But wherever It mav be, and
however long, you'll surely
need some of theso useful arti
Writing Cases Sl.TS to SS 1
Traveling Clocks.. S-.2-"! to tfW
LlQuor Flasks fl.BOto50
Big Tags, solid silver..! to ?3
Cigar Cases 91.73 tn fit,
Collapslon Cups ?l toa
Engagement Books.... If I ta&t
Hand Mirrors f s to $3.25
Jewel Neck Pockets. 3c to ?1
Pocket Combs' .fltofa
Toilet Cases ?5 to $to
Whisk Brooms. 1-S5
Hat Brushes.fl.no to flO
Hair Brushes.. f3 to 91a
umm ud LOfjjT
rATLO MAILED HUTE
Lucy McKee. Those present were: Mrs.
Maud Wi'hier. Mr Hattle Klrbv Smith cf
, hpringlicld. Mrs. I Ktrr.edy of Tuscola.
HI.. ML es Fan and Nell Bowman. Edbh
Stelle, Nell WycoIT. Juliet Bo'uv.Ul and
' Clara Nah. of JcrsejMlIe
Miss Del'a l)av cf Jc-vevvllle nas le-
turned f:on A'irden. III.
Miss Minnie Jennings of Jcrsell!? r.a-s
gone to Ea-t St Wii:.
Mi-s auslo Kirhy of Jerejvtl!e is cnttr-tainim,-
Miss Hi.lbuit of Alton
Mi. Katherln' Hefliim of Jer "illo. Is
emerialning Miss Jiird.-all of Wl'.Ite H..1I.
Mrs. Rolind Col,ebercer of .lerejillo
was a -Urttor ii Kani II. . last .eek.
MI- D-lla Williams lus nlu.-.)i !o S:.
IuN. nft.-r viFitlim mends 1:1 Jor-eyville.
Miss, Althea Ui.t" e.I Ka'i-is. wiu lias
bem Iitin irltnds iu Jir-'jU'l', baa
Si! e to Kane. 111.
Mr. and M s. Alt t Robb if J2r-cyille
liau returned iron. St Paul. M-nn.
Mi-s Jlar: C. Darlington ,iM ..IUs Cola
Wedi.lng or Jeri-e.wilie ha iefir.it il ti.m
Little l.eik. Aik. wheie -hej i-iud Mi.
.1- 1 heoo Vand-rvc-ort of Jer-eville
ha- re'un.eil fr m V. -bb City, .Mo.
Ml-- H"iiry Dooneeo of Icr Vil naa
gone to e!!-ton c-k
Mis. M. J. Rrteat of Jjrtevwlle las
goii" 10 siipmaii. III.
Mi -. V llabmr f tli'l St. Iju s was a
recent Nltor in Jrse;-i !
Mrs John W. Durean of Litchfield. Ill .
J Is a I-Iiwr at Alton.
The Mit-v- Hilda and Alice Hewitt have
I returned trmn a month's jsit in Denwr.
Jlr ami .Mrs. K. i. Board-In- l.ne re
tuined frum a mnntir.- i-lt iu the East.
.Mr- A A. Todd of Shelb.wllle Is the
cut -t of Mr. and Mr.-. T. t. l:i e In I'pper
Mi and Mrs. John Lecrctt a-c intlng
The .Mi-, Eflie and Harriet Pr! depirt
ed Thur.-dav for Grand Haven. Mijh.,
wbert thev will ypnd the ummr
Mr- Gi-orge Seiboid h-i- return d from a
fortu'rhfs visit In Muncie, Ind
Mr Daniel Mil or ha gone to Knowill".
T'u::. t0 ijL. tu. uet ot jir Cranl:
Mrs. Carl Jackson is is!ting in VIrden,
Mi-s Mabel De Grand Is ilt!ng in St.
Mi-sMargaiet DiigEn is visiting in JcrFCj
ille. MIsi Aliir Hurry I- e-tertain'ng Miss?s
Bertha Haj croft and May Bcebj of PH-a.
Mrs. T A Rice is entertaining Mrs n. w
Jones of Rawille La
Mr. and Mrs Al-vinder McRride have re
turned from the East.
Miss Margaret Juig..y his returned to
St I.011I-. after isitin Mr.. Joseph tjiii
ley lu Alton
Mrs Flort Witlierspoon of Wirrershurg.
Mo . is the guest of Mis. D. E Iiushni-11 in
Mrs. Pred Marsh and fatnllv of Macon.
Ga are guests of Doctor and .Mrs. E.
Marsh in Fpper Alton
Miss Eula Ray has gone to Louisiana,
Mo, after -. islting in Alton
Miss Grace Haarttick departed Thursday
for Paducah, K.
Mrs Nellie Dais of Litchfield. 111. Is the
gue-t cf Mrs. H T. McCrea in Alton.
Mrs. li A. Pence of La Grange, Mo., Is
viritlng in Alton
"Ml-. El'i" Hoitkamp of St. Louis is Is
iting relatives in the Ea-t End.
Mrs Elizabeth Gardiner has reti'rr.'-d to
Hodgen!l!e. K.. nfter visiting 111 Alton.
Mr. and Mr. J W Gaddis arc l-itlng in
Mr. and Mr. John Krcal of St. Louis aro
spending the summer In l'ppr Alton.
Mr and Mrs. H. 1. Black departed Sat
Uiday for South Haven. Mich
Miss Allle Cooper har returned from a
fortnight's visit in Jerseyville
Mi-s Lucia Brown is visiting in St. Iouls.
Miss Alice Kendall is entertaining MIs
iiiith Hazard of KIrkwood, Mo, at her
home in Middietown.
Doctor and Mrs. W. A. Haskell departed
iTlday for New York, where thev will
soend th? -ummer
Miss Helen Haskell is ilsltlnc at Sara
toga, N i"
Miss Gladjs Starr entertained Saturday
cening at her home in Third stteet.
Mines. I'atrick D'Arcy anJ c. L Mc
Dowell rt-parttd Saturday for Ch'cago.
Mrs. George Nevlln en'e'talned Ml-es
Mamie Iss and Jessie Arnold of St. Louis
last week at lur home In Upper Alton.
Mrs. J. W Ueall and family are spending
the -eason at Plasa Chautauqua.
The M'scs Dulsy and E.l.el Tcrrel are
visiting in St. Louis.
Mrs. M. H. Boal" Is entertaining Mrs.
Anna Ro-sitor of Indianapolis. Ind.
Miss Bessie Yeuny entertained Saturday
afternoon at her home in Middietown in
honor of JlL-s Edith Bass and Esthr
Mitchell of St. Louis.
Mrn A. 1 Kennedy Is visiting in Burling
MI.-s NeiHo Machln of Upper Alton has
returned from an extended Islt In Mis
souri. Miss Ruth Cook of Jersej!lle Is being en
tertained bv Doctor and .Mrs. E. A. Cook
in Lpper Alton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan have re
turned from a month's trip to Marlon. Ind.
Miss Mary Scott of JerscyUIle was a vis
itor In Alton last week
Mr. and Mr-. J. T. Atchison have returned
from islting relatives In Jcr-eyil!e.
Miss Kathar'.n" DIrklnscn Is lsitlng -elt-t!es
Ir Mlnr.eapeill-. Minn.
Misse- Leila Malculm and Ia Maupin are
spending the summer in Manitou. Coio.
Mr. Frank Conley anl daughter. Miss
Irene Conl.-j, are spsndin tho summer at
Bar Harbor, Me.
Miss Delphine Northcott of St. Louis is
visiting Mrs Jce Junctte In Alton.
Mr. Thomas N. Marsh of Upper Alton is
entertaining the Mi'sts Minnie and :ioa
Kellry of Wichita. Kas.
Jlrs. H A. Eetz gae a "chlr.a shower"
Monday evening at her heme In East Sec
ond street In honor of Miss Mvrtl Brov-n.
whose marriage to Mr. Edward Smith of
Alton is announced for the near future.
The Misses Delia and Katharine Russell
of Staunton, III. aro isito.-s in Uprer Al
ton Mrs. llnrj" Fitrheml of Spokane. Wash.,
Is Iltirg relatives in Upper Alton
Miss Katherine Giegcry entertained Sat
urday evenlns: at her home in North Alton.
Mr. and Mrs. G A. Jo-string have re
turned from a month's visit in Denver.
Miss Clara Leo has returned to St. Louis.,
after visiting Mrs. John R. Davis in Alton.
Mrs. Harold G. Poweil departed Saturday
for Salt Lake City. Utah.
Narragansett Pier. It. I Julv 2. Th
seas.m. which was late, in starting, is rnv
assuming Its old-time r-spoCt, and or-o
again the Pic- is the niccca for those in
search of the plcasuie-, cf summer lif.'
The tent is tournament i- tie i!:st cer.t
of lmportince scheduled at the Coilivrv
Club. The tourney will be co-nmenerd on
the Country Club courts Mondav, August
2i Trcu will follow polo and til Hors
Show Iatr in August. A golf tr.urnam -it
will also take place on the links of the Point
Judith Countrj Club
Mrs. S G. Meier or St Louis has taken
rahvi-n Cottaf.e, on the cliffs, ror th sum
mer Late arrivals at the Mathewon includ"
i'!p- h - BumSton, Mrs. Jean Donovan.
Mis c. Donovan ard Master J. W. Dono
van or St. Loui". Mo
At the Imp-rial from St. Louis are J. L.
Davis and Edwaid Mullinekrodt.
Mrs - Sioane and -Mrs. L. S. Or
cutt of St. Louis have arrived for a ttay
at the Mathewson.
Airred G. Robyn's opera. "Jacinta," was
a feature of the programme bv the Math
ewson House Orchestra on Wciincs-dny
M!-s Vera Siegri't or St. Louis was
among the young dancers at the children'.!
hop here en Tue-div.
Mr. and Mrs. J Van Barrett of St. Louis
are at the Atlantic.
Samuel Small of St. Louis i.s a late ar
rival at Crecne's Inn.
South Haven, Mich.. July 2I.-Thls has
been a jolly week at the resorts Scores of
people are arriving each da . and nearlv all
the resorts are fllllnsr UP rapidly, and many
?r.lin?. r?50,-J ha'c ti,e capacity of the
hotel booked for August.
Social gatherings are quieL Kery one is
onJoMng the quiet before the gay reason,
v-hich will open next week. Arrangement
are being made for a lake regatta August
10 to 13-whlch will be in cliaree of the
Columbia Yacht Cluh. About forty cabin
jachts will take part. The race will com
mence August, in from Milwaukee, arriv
ing in South Haven Augu-t 11. the balance
of the week will be spent In course race.3
pi the lake and end with a race to Moca
lawa Park, Julv H.
August 5 the South Haven Assembly will
open Tveckp entertainment in assembly
hall with the following talent: W. J. Brv
an. William E. Curtis. Doctor V. Gunsaulus.
John B. Demotte. Maude Ballington Booth,
the Lady Schuman Quartet, Dunbar Bell
The following St. Louis people are In the
Mrs. Carl M. Loeb and daughter, G J.
Gannon, Frank A. McCauley, Jl. Jle'sse,
Mrs. Nathan Kaufman and daughter. Mrs.
Henry Kaufman and son are at Sleepy
The following persons from St. Louis a:o
at Avery Beach Hotel: Mrs. M. A. Wil
kins, Mrs. M. P. Donahue, the Mioses Fannie
and Alice Donohue. Francis Foster. SI. A
Foster, wife and child; Kansas City, Mo.i
F. H. Harrmon.
C. H. Smith. Mrs. C. H. Smith, lister and
Gladys Smith. SL Louis; Jick Arnott, St.
Louis: Mrs. J. Gordon, Annie Abrams, Kan
Other Ft, Louis pecple in the city are: I.
M. Crowe. P. P. Hughes, John E. Stoker.
NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM
SEASIDE AND MOUNTAIN.
Jamestonn. R. I July 23 Last Saturday
tl-e Corunicut Ybi h Club, in v.luch the St.
Lmln eottager- and their Ms-lting friends
take a decided interest, and of which John
David Davis ard Edward MalIIn -rodt are
trustee hell us .'econd race of the season
for the club ci-i- A whole-tall bmze
Horn ihe -outlivie-t blew throughout xn
taee. and .1 0 1, lining rain made the .revv
raiher ancomfotable Despite the weather,
mm biats wt-re; at the starting lineman :ai
pitivinent our the ia-t rate. E Bon
s.ick'a Amarita cio ed tho line Ilr-t. Tile
Si I-oais intrit-. v.ere u..alle tn move 'o
the fn.at. althuiitU the have svveral craci;
The heavv windsto'tn of Saturdav r. slit
d.d Quite a little damage in spots all .ivir
tr-e i-la"d Jaino .'ampbeirs ca:boat N o
b.ii.t oiaageii 1 1-. moor . s- ..-id was Uo.n
..-ho0 -11-ain'lig but I itle damage. Willi
the ctpnon of a hole in her sail. J. L'm
1 eigtr lui's'.s liuiy vta- t.ip-Izt-I. Caiitaln
ChniilUr was. kL-pt bu-" ne irl all night
loukinri af'.n tl.e boats, and a MMiomier
ti.-relv -.aped goirg iwhcie at Dutc.i
I-land H.iiboi 'jh wind hid n ijiand
-weep over tile Clm.iiS A. Finis cottage, on
tl.e south shore, and made tin 1 iazza furni
ture dam." me-rllj. thiowing -oine of it "Ut
on the Uwn and slimming thums around
so gererally that it be am.- necessary to
get up in the middle of tr.e night and try to
Jurne- CainplH.il. who 'ems to have taken
to vachting this se.isoii, v.a- here 11 few'
dav.s ..(,0 on a rir.e new steam v.tclit. and
e-alied upon t.ne ir tven friends on the 1
land. He is cruirir.,r about the Ei-ttrn resort-,
oing as :.ir E.i-t as Bar If irbor
Mr- Aii.iur Slot by and Ml-s Emily
ick!am. .11 in white duek. and Ephro-i
Caiiin. Jr. attended the (Jardner house
dance I'ndav evening of Ia-t wtek. '1 hero
wat 11 lirge number ol -iimnier girls, liutel
gue-t- and cottagers present.
The other d-iv Mr.- Sh.ptev. voting Mr.
MiilutrLiodt :.nd Mlas Emily WieKham t -'c
in auiomnbib. run up to Boston. Thev
dmed at tlie Tournne
Mrs Sqtiinzier and br darcliter Ahe-e of
W.i-'imioti are just now guests at James
Tati'sig , otiaj,.
Mr a-id Mr- Edwaid Millit'fkrodt n.id
Mis John ('.irtiple.Il .-mith weie gue.ts at
N.irrag-iiireit I'ii . few da ago, putting
up at tureen's Ini
-Mr- Clinnco O' Fallon is due to arrive
this week and will be a guest tit tl.e J. R.
John-on cottage for the remainder of the
James Johnson, who has liecn 111 ever
since his arrival here In May. and v- ho-e
condition for the pa-t few weeks has been
alarming! bad. ha'i sutll-ientlv lmprove.1
to be about on the plaz7.i in a rolling chair.
New lt reached h-re of the birth of a
daughter to Mr and Jlr-. B. F. Van Me-et. r
in Levlnton. Kj , last week Mrs Van
Mceter Is a daughter of A. M. Wctheiell,
who has a cotnge here.
The Jamestown Improvement Society has
had men at work for some time cutting the
gi iss along the .stitets and have about
e-o-rpitted the work. A great impiovement
pas bcn effecteo. the baskets placed about
th- streets having lessened the amount of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Allen Poe and family
of Baltimore and Mr. McKay arrived es
terdav at Hirmcny i!Ia for the reason.
Mr Poe. who is State Attorne for Mary
land, it is understood, will have work begun
on his cottage this fall, which Is to tie built
on the land purchased of the Jamestown
Land Company on Shoreby Hill.
All Shorebv Hill or the ounr jieoole at
least win to be planning to hue their
filer-ds vi-lt them about tennis time, bo they
inn -e the game at Newport as pHed bv
thn-e wonderful Englishmen who have com
01.tr to take part In the Dwlght F. Davis
Cup. emblematic ot the international cham
pionhip. Arrivals Thorndike- Miss Corhrnn St
Lnv.1- Mrs J C Fennell. Charles B. Ft li
ne!! Kansas City, Mr .nil Mr-. J W Phil
lips, New Orlcan-. .Mrs Henry E. Von Wen-:el-;adt
and Mater Von WendeMadt. St
Paul Gardner Heuse Mrs Kate P." Win--ton.
Mrs I. P Luse. Louisville, Mrs. j. -
Libby. Miss Edith Libby. New- Orleans Bay
View Mrs. Louisa A. Hunt. Theodore
Hunt. William B. Hunt. St Lculs- Mrs. E.
A. Moore. Edith Randall. St. Paul; W. B
Hopkins, Detroit. Bay Voyage Mr. W. H.
Barnelt, Will II Barnett. Mrs. geiby
Barnes. Charles W. Foster. Mrs. I. L Fos
ter, Miss Fo-ter and Miss Virginia Foster,
St. Louis Mrs Frank Wheiton of Washing
ton, widow- of the late General Wheaton.
who took such a prominent part in the Ma
nila e-ampalgn. is a conspicuous figure at
Joseph D. Dickson. Jr., who went to New
York to meet his father. J. D. Dickson, Sr.,
who was returning from Europe, did not re
turn here a expected, but went to St. Loui
instead. They are to arrive here by Augu't
1 with James Btssell Ware.
Mabel Brice of Philadelphia gave a de
lightful afternoon tea pirty for twenty at
the Jamestown Golf and Countrj- Club the
other afternoon, which proved to be a
Mghlv enjoab!e occasion. Th" tea was
nlcel served on tl"c clubhouse piazza. The
Misses Logan, the Misses Glbbes, the
Misses Wickh im and Mrs. Shepley were
among those present.
Mr- W. H. Orcutt or St. Louis, Miss I.
Brenkcr of San Frincisco and W. W.
Sloan, Jr., of Texas have just arrived at
the Gardner House.
Mrs. Arthur Slicpley has this week re
turned to her St. Louis home, to Join Mr.
Lake Minnetonka. Minn.. July 23. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Binlllff, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cleveland, Tom Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Smiley of St. Louis, and Mrs. A. B.
Wcllcr of KnoxUlIe, Tcnn., made up a lake
piny Saturelay nrtcrnoon and enartered the
Frolic to take In the yacht races at the
Mrs. E. W. Hodgmnn and Miss Hodgman
of St. Louis are visiting -Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Hodgman at their cottage at Minneton
ka Beach for the rest of tiie summer.
Mrs Ernest Hosmer ot Oklahoma Cltv
will bo with Mrs. Garland at "tldhurst for
The season guests who hnve arrived this
week at Hotel St. Louis are Gcralt Gibson,
Mrs. Ralph Lononsteln and sin, Mrs. Sol
Lowenstem and son, Mrs. W IIir.es Clark
and Master Wnrren Hincs Clark. Mr. ami
Mrs. M W. McDonald. J. McCarthy, W. W
Gore, rll of St. Louis.
Lang Branch. N. J , July 21. Next Thurs
day opens the Horse Show tho culmination
of the season at "the Branch." For three
afternoons and two evenings socletv will
exploit itself on the !awn around the
quarter-mile ring, where the blue-ribbon as
pirants will be exhibited Every private
bitx there are glitx-tvvn of them wnt
at a fancy premium price at the iiirtion
and the entiles are away ahead of the
iiiiinbcr last year. Most prominent amom:
the new exhibitors this oar are Alfred and
Reginald Vanderbili. who have bioucht
their horses direct from the Atlantic Clty
Beach parties aro ail the go Ju"t now at
Long Branch. From all the hotels one or
more parties have gone each cvcninc this
Ocean Grove, X. J July 21. Woman puf
frage and temperance have held forth on
the tamp grourds all this week. The Na
tional Woman Suffrage Society, the Wom
an's Christian Temperance Union and tho
National Temperance Society haxe been
holding their annual conventions. The piin
clpal speaker for woman suffrage j the
Reverend Ann? Shaw, who lectured Tues
day evening on "The New Democratic
Ideal" The temperance meetings, which
opened on Wednesday and which close to
morrow, are being attended by the l.ugest
crowds for years. Honorable John G.
Wolley ot Cliicigo. Prohibition candidate
for President in 1 K). addressed en audience.
Wcdne-day evening which filled ncail all
the 10.WO .-eats in the Auditorium.
The Reverend Reginald J. Campbell, suc
cessor or Joseph Parker in the pastorate of
the Temple Church, Ixmdon. will preach
10-mcrrow mornmg and evening.
Rossini's 'Stabat Miter" was rendered
this evening bv the I c-tlval horus and
Orchestra as'l'tcd bv eminent -ololstr un
der the directlo- of Professor Tali E. Mor
gan. For the tjrnto-ins of Elijah ' and "file
Mcsslih." which w'll tie given in xugust,
the choruses began drilling this week.
St. Louis visitors at the Summerfleld are
Miss L. M. Goodfellow ur.d Miss Margaret
John Bamford of Galveston is a season
guest of the Terrace Ixidge.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Yuie arrived from St.
Louis on Monday to spend the'remiinder
of :he season at Ocean Grove. They are
guests of the New Arborton.
John Whrrv or St. Louis, who is making
a tour or the Jersey resorts, -pent the week
Asbury Park. N. J.. July 21. With still
another week berorc August, the season at
Asbury Park is ahead of anv since 'ft. and
th bookings for ni-xt month will, accoiding
to present prospects, heat the record sin'e
the memorable season of '91. The return of
hot wfather on Tueday s0nt the dallv ar
rivals up by the thousands, until to-day
the hotels are filled chock full.
.The magnificent storm al sea. which the
wind treated the visitors tu la-t Sunday,
lid ro damage to the onan fimt .it .hi
reoit. although d .v. n at Br'-r ir it i'""1"
tiwr.v a big piiee of the brurd v.alk. Tile
pavilions were crov ded v.ith .-..ct.tors un
til far into the niiJit. On the new -tem
of jctticv which is to bo bin:- lui'ler to
prot 1 1 tiie new tsplanad . v,eri. ,s to b'1
1 gun at 01 i e For .ilmo-: tie entire
drtaiae- heivvfa A-bu-v and Svnta ae,-mii-
th.- beach i n 'K -' I"t v.i '..
Si-Uriv was out In lai,4 rjinUis at tin
Ai'iliturium last ntoht. when a benelit ent-:r-1
.! -ncnt was given for the Ciinniid CliS.
I'rsii's Hoire at Ao:i-lij -th-Si.u Among
the art.st- who uppi-iirrd wc ei ,.enle 'as
ar. G-.tce Geornr "i arlcj iCi.s- Mabel
!'. r. em anl Joseph Car.ihn.u An al fue
I erforirance of "Ein ha' uncut' i- t b
!-lvn In the Elucatb.nal ii.il! uiov -i.e l.rst
link in Ai.gu-t. ii vv'iiih nm!j-- of the
- itrm r colon. wi'I take ,tart
V11 o'cl-ia-hle-ie 1 countiv irru 1 Is li .-:g
n l.'liqid 1 the s"tace. at Lie 1', vv ilo are
te Idiek 11",. act in- e''t.i. eii.'t.iln
i.ri anotliei g.ierallv Uu tviim. mat
I'.ctor.I F. Simmons and farntlv of Pir.c
Iiluffs. Ark , a-c sptud ng a muntii heie as
L,u.-,t of ii e u ein
Dallas. Te , is r. proser.Ud a: the West
E'm bv Ii A. Ginnitli:.
Jiiss Jei.inl- rarrlsh and Mis S.irch Hv
man are t.t Louis ladies rcc-eatms at the
Prcmtncu: aii.ong the Mlsoiir!nns at the
Celen.an lieriso are Mrs J. o Mouss tie
and Miss J. Mousellf of K-msa- City.
La'e St. Liuis arrival' ai Asburv- Park
are M S. Foscrani U. K I'osUr, who ate
at the Vamlf-n'i.
Mr- ('miner cf Leave iw- -ta Kas. v.-cn
se.ond prize st the WisLmraster s card
part this v ek
One of the reigninc belles at the West
End this season is Miss Calloghan of Sail
Ml-s Camilla Ncwtoi, daughter of Judcc
N'ev. tnti of San Antonio. Tex . 1- one 01 tin
he-t bathers at Asburv Park lb si "- m
Ml Ne.ntn.i isva guest of the Hotel
S" Louis arrivals at the WeThngton th 3
wiek include Mrs W. It. Ed'son and M!3
Ida I j. Ral-er
Jli-i J H Weaver of St. Louis th s wek
ioircd her moti.er at the Hotel Columbia.
They will remain here urtl September.
Rernaid 1 Bu.iv, we!! known in si. Louis
roiltici circle is spending the sammer at
the II tel Brunrv.Iek
The Bransvviik is also entertaining Holla
W Hess, the St. Louis real estate deabr.
Mrs SIve fr Judge nf St louis veho
reached Asburv Park eaily In the ssa-nn.
apjeari on the b'acn at Fmrth avn'ie
rcgulaily moriiings. She is one of the most
graceful b ithe-rs who fiecuent those,
Chain o" Lakes, Waupaca. Wis . July 24
Nearly all the St. Louis people who aro to
spend the entire rcasm at the Giand Mew
have arrived and nine fair-H'e- from the
Worlds I'air city vro or. irinj: -otta-ic-.
Tiie la-t arrivals from St Lout- were Mr.
and Mi. C. E Curb. K. S Curb. Min
nette Endres and Mr-. G R. Bliekhahn. all
of whom are with the Curl.
Mr-, f -. rerguson and falmly of St.
IouIs also arrived last week. The follow
ing are In the part: Edgat. Edith. Grace
and Ella Fergu-nn. Mr and -Mr- M. O.
Johnson and daughter Eth! of Loui-viUe,
Ky., are al-o at tne Grand View Hotel.
Boston Mass, July 2-1 Smiling skies
overhead pud green wavo curling into
foam as thev pound upon the sand.-, dotted
as rar as the eve can reach with a huge
canopy of umbrellas, beneath which sun-
, tann. d arm- and lcs spun 1 OUT 1(.re and
everywhere, maids and natrons, children
ami babies and .--core., of happv bathers
playing like pirpoiss in tn,." incoming
breaker- this j1 ihe scene along the Mass
achusetts coast from Care Cod to Cape
There plenty going on at all the bg
"ummer hotels; lu tact, every moment from
da light to dusk, and well into the even
ing, is taken advantage of, and the sleeping
hour seems to be begrudged b tiie West
erner who is at some one of the resorts
on pleasure bent.
An engagement which ha? created great
interest iu the s-ummer colony at Magnolia
this week is that of George C011..1U and
Miss Nannie Johrson of fct. Ivjuis. Mr.
Conant hap just finished a course at Yale
College. Later he will engage In the iron
business In St. Louis.
The following shoe men from the West
have been in Boston this week: E. R plek
enbrock, Dubuqde, la.: W. B. Hlnkle. Ev
nnsxilie. Ind., John Ward. Fort Worth,
Tet.: U W. Cooper, Indianapolis. Ind..
A. C Car-on. Keokuk. la.; W I". Upham,
Qulncy. Ill , G. K. Mackav. Sedalia, .Mo -R.
R. Peck, South Bend., Ind . W. H Pe
ten. J. W Jump. J. 11. Rohlee. I Fried
man: L. Courtney, H. Dedlshelmer, St.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fcrgeson of Evans
ton. 111. are amoni- the recent arrivals at
the Frontenac Hotel at Alexandria Bav.
New York. .Mr Furgeson Is president or
I the assocl itlon or Edion Illuminating com-
, panic.". Ihe delegates or these companies
... ....... "".ii annual convt'UllOlI .It the
I rontenac in September.
Robert T Lincoln and Tamil' have ar
rived at Manchester. Vt.. and are Oc-upyln-"Thc
Gables" for the summer. Mr Lin
coln has purchased a fine large traet of
land south of the village, and will soon
begin the erection ot a preter.sious m itisiou
Mrs, C. T. Dazey and Trank Da-ev 0f
Qulncy. III. have arrived al the Twlllgl
Park House. New York, for the summer.
Mrs. V. M. Backus and Mi-s Backus of
Kansas Cltv. Mo., are season's gue-ts at
Seabright, N J
Jlr. and Mrs. Frederick W. VaiulerbMt are
occuplng their new camp on the Upper
St. Regis Lake, in the Adiiondacks.
Colonel William C Beecher and Miss
Beecher. son and granddaughter of the
late Henrv Ward Beecher, are at Lake
Placid, in the Adirondacks.
Former Vice President Levi P. Morton
and daughter. MIs. Morton, are at Caranac
During August. Bishop Griswolei of Kan
sas will preach at the Rupstic Eplscnp.il
Church at Blue Mountain Lake. Adiron
dacks. Senator Marcus A. Hnnna of Ohio was a
guest at the Ea-tern Yacht Club. Marbit
liead. this week.
It Is expected that Sir Thomas L'nton
will visit Ma-blchc.id arte- th- internation ii
race". Ho has accepted the invilttinn of
Frederick E Wliitinc and .-.ill Le ills clie
nt the Eistern ncht Club where Mi
Whiting will give him a dlm.cr It Is ex
pected there will li- a mimbir of St. Ljui
people there from Magnolia
Colonel W P. Nel-011 the Kan-a- CI.
newspaper man. Is quite elated ovei tl.e
line -howng niad lv bis a' . t.ie Hor
sier, In tha run of the Eisten xarht ciub
:rom Mail.Iehciid. .Mass, to Mnev.ird lie
ven. the big vaclit poking lier .lose over the
line which n.irkrd tin- flni-h 'f the ran In
idvance of Hie old-time e'Jip defender i'uri
tnn thus winning the all-night laee. The
Hoosler Cixissdl it , ,1 and ihj Purll..n i-t
7 J5. Wlicn the Jiw-i .va- lircaMttv. c.il .11."
Nelson was seen reitel at the vrl ee! b'ect
Ing tho movements of ms y.n lu Colonel
Nelson, who is an indefatigable -ca dor;, is
with tho New York and Eastern acht
clubs, which, are cruising together this sea
son. There is a marked absence of social func
tions at Ojstcr Bav this summer. Like her
hUslnnd, .Mr-. Roo-evelt seen.-, determined
to enjoy a reason of quiet and rest She
has not formall . eeepU d invitations to re
ceptions or afternoon teas. La-t iir It
was her custom to visit the vi"i..o and join
with tho women u' the St. Hilu.. S. cioi of
Christ Church 111 doing needlework fo.
rharity Mrj Rio'evelt will probably as
sist the women later
She enjoys lnv equestrian trips wilh tho
President, V yonur.g vins her (avoiiio sad
dle lioi-o this vear Irsteid of Yacganke
The Pro-ddcm find- much eniovment at
Rood physical exercise in playing tennis
Willi his children. They have a Une court
at the turn of the road leading to Sagamore
William Loeb. -ecietary to tie Fresiii"it.
has leased the W L. Swan cottage, on the
Cove road, re-ar President Rons-volt's h"me
Mr and Mrs. Le.eb will tako no ession on
their remm from a trip to I. ike George
where Mr. Loeb is passing his vacation
Mrs. Thomas A Edi-on. her daughter.
Madeline, and her -on, Clai-mce. are at
Manchester. Mass. ,-ipiI have Mined the St
Louis colon-, among whom they are very
Westerrers who are making a lour of t'l-j
White Mountains this year arc x-crv uracil
Interested in the litt'e burroi thr-t canv
passengers over tho bridal path at Craw
ford Notch. These little burros are xery
hardy. They were brought ai! the way
irom the Rockies ror the purpose.
Baron Gl'kra. Chanre d'Atralres of the
Austrian Embassy, is located at ihe Point
at Macchister. Mass. With him are Count
Hoyos. already n favorite with Missouri
people. Another new arrival is Baron
Rulido de Zlchy.
Baron and Baroness Giskia. nee M1-K
King, of Philadelphia, were host and hos
tess at a dinner this week, at which the
guests of honor were the Count and Coun
tess de Cellere.
Miss Grace Jarvls-, granddaoghlor or Mrs.
McMillan, widow of Senator McMillan, gave
a very pretty luncheon this week to Miss
Evalyn Walsh, daughter of Jlr. and Jlr".
Thomas F. Walsh, of Washington, to Intro
e"uce Jliss Wal'h to the jounger set at
Magnolia. Jlany sons and daughters of the
St. Ixniis colonists were present.
Ex-Speaker Henderson, JIis. Henderson
on ! daught r are spending th" balance of
th ' nib at tl o Prollic IInu'. White
.M nut 'iin
' h. U. icrend W. A ginvie of Kansas
Cltv 1- one of the promuiMit .Methodist
I lei gv in. n summering at 1'lv mouth. N II
Mi a.f. .Mi- w'HPam James of St. Louis
M' n. v. ,11 rivals ..t tl.e New .Magnolia.
Magnolia Ma-. this-v.,.k.
.t lie Oeeanside c.'e tiie fillowlng SI
Loi'i- pt pit: iiernar.i p. IIo'. .Mr and
Mrs j,., .pi! . Wear. Mis Daniel I
Clark, 1 11. C irk. Jlis D. H Wood anl
J SI. Iloyis.
A:. t' ei iesterrir at e O. ranslde this
weik I-. .Mrs Itlchareljon of Kansas Cit
.M:. ard JIrs'. Loin- H irco 1. and family
of Austin. Tex, aie reglstci-u at the He
P ni". .'.I ignolla. Mass.
Mrs Jin.. Kotnnyand JIrs F. V Hammar
ol Si. Ljuls are -uniineripg at the Ile--pi
At the Samos"t ?Iou". I'lvi.outh Mas-.
n t.gi.-iied Edith Tbnnie and 3.1 tl .''11.
Wnnllo of Kokomo. Ind At tl.e- "lvipouti
Km!. Hoi-e an Mr and Jlrj R Me
Murtlep .ma Mies Bertha 1J Drew of S:
t' i. M"Dor-i'd ind MI-s 7. ila JIc
Donald of St. Lous nre gue-itt it Hotel
:"'uiim at 1'Iv mouth. M. .
Ren Rlew.'tt of St liuls is oj vine the
a'.i bathli't; at e-tha-'-t. Jla-, y here he is
reel-tend at the Black Tiu !Ini--
Mis? Vein .Mr-ir-haiii anei Mis, E-:e!!e Si
I. ni k of 1'iyiiu. IP. aie -so at ihe same
Ji' anil J!-"X Gforse I Blicl-wld-r ami
"i"-s Lll.-alle Black-..' Ii.'r .f St I-alls are
at Turk- In ad I1.11. L-i-ids Enil. eat,- Ain
.Mr. and JIrs. IX F G- l'ra and fatnilv of
F' I.C-US are an o.ig the late arrivals of
th- s.jmrr.c: colony at Falmoit'i II .slit.
Mr- Jloses Rut-sev anl dai'g' -"- of St
L 11 I, aie at th'ir rottnpe on ti- Heights
at S a-consct. Nantuck. t Islin'i. Mass
Jri M rems enteiiie.i j, j- i, ck
and JIl-s Ed.'s i-'ried-nai ot st Louis at
the Ro"k!ard Hous. Nar.tasket. JIass.,over
Jliss niizab"Ci B'-c't-iip JIIss Gertrud
Hn-'dtcn and JIrs M. E G-ilbn of Kans i
1'it.v are at the Pacific Hou-e. Nant.i.-ket
lb ich. JIa-s.
At tl'f R-i-kland Houe Nantasket. Jliss .
are rtglsteicl al'-s Mari R Fl'se JII-s
Etaria Fi--e. JI -s Dora n s. M'ss Carre
I'ls-s Jlis.. He!. 11 JI. S.liirrv. St Lous;
Mr" E e! Bii'nliim. Andjr-on. Ind . JIr
JI. Fountain. KnnJ- Cite. Mr. and JIrs. J.
II Conneli. Alt do. Ii!
Jlis. W. W Doiro of Win!' Id. Kr. is
at the Fas; End Hot-'. Niiita-Ae:, Jias-.
Jlr. and JIrs J. V. S. Ilan.-t of St. J-niiis
are late irifvals at l:e Jliseone-mo. Jlan-ehectcr-liy-the-S
Jlr and .Mrs. If. Vin-'iilialer or St Iu'-i
are at tlie Prlton. Beacii Bluff--. Jla--
Mr. and Jlr- J. M s-auneitr-i .f Karsas
Cit.- pre lute anivals at de Pri-tem.
At tlie E'ni". Branch 1'Ie.lf--. are Jlr. and
JIrs i. Masun of St. I oui
Jlrs Jn.ies H Hewit' of Si Louis is
regi-le-ed at tie Argv!-. WIrthrop. Jla-s.
At the Cott.-ge Park Hotel. Winthrop. is
Jli- L Jay W'j-nark Waci.Tex.
JIIs3 Julia Collet of Spniufi'li. 111., i- a
gt.est .'t the Nanepashemet. Jtarblehead
John W Saunil-rs and daughter of Kan
sas Cit are rr' ud'ng the M-amn at t' ei
Liriuln !!nu-e. Swatnpsentt. Jlass.
Jlr ai.d .Mrs O. D. Oi'ell of Indianapolis
h..ve arrived at the Vaban IIous-, New
Jliss JI ittle Wlekelman and Jli"-? Lena
EI of Daveiiert. la. inve registered at
tlie Central Heaise Bthlehm N. II.
.Mr and JIr L E Bi fell at Llte'cton. N.
II.. have as auests Jlr. ai.ei JIrs. w. V.
Licas.of Kansas iit.
Bo-ton arrival- tin- week from S! Iain's:
J W. Wilson, e' V. JIander B J Schni i
der. N P Patter. D It Savie-. Jlr-. F
Opp. R JI. Eilu-. C Stewart. JI R. JTcri
si.. c. R. Diiimmond. II T Revn'iki-.
JII-s JI. Rurdlck G. roller. I. K. Jcnnison.
II. C Conkei. P. J Harrison. E. C I'nme
ron, E. .Martin. F. II. Wilon. Jlr and JIr.
W. Blown JIrs. c P. W i-e. R C. JI. -Donald.
F D Tu-ell. L. JI Nar- e. B. I).
laler, II T Crul-t. K. II Lvon-. K.
W ii, Jll-s JI. 1. W'..l!te... E M. Hcdg-111a-..
P. C. Ir.nis. Jliss JI. L'ltz B. C.
E-ther. L. I-avitt. II. C Bermeister. L. JI.
No-rir. W. C Stubbing. B. S. L"v Is. JI. I.
Pri'iee, JI 1. I rince. JI. L Prince L. B.
"'inc.. li B. Phillip-. .Mr- r. V Slme.-cn.
JI. E Cutler. .Mr and JIrs W D Phillips.
Mr a.-d JIrs j V S Barrett. A. s RoMn
hoii ! B Ex ( ter I' W ilumnhre Jlr.
and JIrs G J' Grcyes, JI. r I'ldd. II. C.
Cociei.J. It Splndler, .Mr a.ul Mr- F H.
RuiMIngto-.. F L-v. S. L'avilt A. BU'-rougn-.
Jlr. and .Mrs. J W. Vatcrs Jir.
and .Mrs. A. JI. Thaver. II F. Knight. L.
E. Collins Jlis- E. Collins. D. N. Putnam.
N G. Wal ace. L. II. Sawyer.
From Kan-as Cltv: Jlis I. Few. A II.
Seymour, Jlr. and JIrs JI. J Cobb. If R.
JIcElrov. J. S IV.rel. A A Wren Jlr. and
Mr. W O Qu.vle, L. N Blrtlett. J. Lin
derlev, J. C. Tumble, Jlr. and JIrs L It.
Bolter. Jlr. ai.d .Mrs. C B. Peck. Jlr. and
-Mrs H. R. JicElro.v.
I'rom Dallas. Te-e J II. Windle. J. B.
Jlall.010. M J Hirris S W Hamilton. D.
Ii. Vrark. J. e'amtle-ll. 1 JIcLanden. Jlr.
and JIrs. JI. P J Baker
Other a'rrivai- Inclule. JI. II Douglass.
Grinnnll. Io.: Jlr and .Mr- N. E Holder.
Danville. Io.- Jlr and Jlr- JI F Gray and
J Waul. Fort Worth. T x : A. Rurruughs,
Iii-t St Louis: F. N. Ntighbor. X"iel. Ind :
S C. Fuller. Jlontah. Ind . L c" Beach.
JIattocn. III.; N. It. KIrkwood and R. S
AmlT-on. Des Jtuinc-. 1 1 ; W J Codd.
Boone. la - F. B Burden. Colorado Spring-.
Colo . JI P. Dalton. lienve-. Colo.; Jliss
J. Bare. Jliss K Barr. Jli JI. Birr. Jolit.
III ; .Mr. and -Mrs. T A Kaufman Kanka
kee. 111. D.S.Parker. D unfile. 111.. N. G
Dett. Leransport Ind ; Doctor If F Cos-te-IIn.
Decatur. Ill : I J O-good. JIarseilles.
Ill . Jlr and -Mrs W 3 Thompson, Hutcii
ii -on Kas . L JI Nellis. Trneka. Kas ;
Jlr. and JIr G B. Jliller, wruerioo la .
J W.ud, Fort Worth. Tex: J B Shaw,
Paxton 111 , '. Iord CInrlesti.wn. Ill ;
JIrs C. W. Jliller. Te-taikaiia. Tex : Mrs.
T II Corerey. Clinton. Ii. .Mr and JIrs.
JI. R. Williams. Cedar Rapids, la . D I.
Arolad .Mount Ay or. Ind , Jlr. and Jlr- .1.
B. IV-iling J. S. Pear-on F. JI. Hohbtt.
II. Coyer, t.. G. Ritchie. JI. P. Parkm.111,
It. JI. Barres. j. w. Warren. Indianapolis.
R S. Anders !n. Des Jloines, f ; E A.
Ha ne.-. Fort W-ivne. Ind : F. W. Haker.
St Ju-epli. Mo : Jlr and Jlr" F. Eberhart.
Jli-h. v.aki. fnd : W. .M. Kimball. Ric'
f jrd. Ill . Jliss j H Cook Princeton. HI .
C. G Limber:. Ccnterviile. In I : Jlr aid
Mrs A C L-ir-i 11 Keokuk. la . W Cow tn.
Lincoln. Neb ; P T Ev-inson. Jle-tiro, JIo ;
Jli J D Andrews. Evan-ton. Ill ; .1 L
Gosiient. Roane.ke. Ind . .1 D Hodgson,
Mavwnod. 111. 1' JI Stewart. Evanston,
Ind : Jlr and JIrs. F I. Ilske. Ottawi.
Hi : K. B. Curtin. South Bend. Ind . F L.
Fiolar. Davenport. la.. I' K. Harrison.
Prattsvllle. Ind : W B Bukenbrock. Du
buque. I-i : Jlr and Mr". F. C. Old--. Waco.
Tex . JIis-j JI Start-man Iowa Cltv n :
C A W i ".s. Des Jlo-ne-, In : Jlr. and JIrs
I' li JI inter Hm ston Tex : J JI Flem
ing Knoxxtlb. 'lenn.. R .1 Fiynn. Jeffei--e
n Cltv. Mu . Jlr and JIrs. .1. Tr i-ler.
Little Rick -k . F Rnmaley. Boulde.
Colo. D K I.n'iit'i-s New O-Ieans. F C
Ma. I' r C Ruffe, Bioomington. Ill , P R
Mi M il'oti Jluncie. Ind. .1 O Patt-rs n
Einiiia Kas, Jlr and Mr. T. C. Gantis.
p-iimiiioml Ti x ; E P V.'h.tnev. Colorado
Spilug.-. Colo . I' A. Wright. Porter. Ind.
JI' s MatRiii'Il' Marnei of St Jo-eph.
JIo is a gue-t of Jlr-. Howard Smith at
Auiil--iau:. e'ape Ann.
Jlaiv C. I"l-ke and C L Brown of St
Liuis are at the Intervale House. Inter
vale N II
L A. Brew-ning of St. Louis is- a late ar
rival at Stnset Hill House. Sugar Hill.
N 1 1.
JL- and Jiis JI Sacks and d.iug!it"r of
St l.nti are icgistered at the B"thlchem
Hon -. Pethlehem, N. I'
M- snd .Mr. . II. Ilelnrrt of St. !.ouis
a- at f'e Mco-ilanke'. Brerzv Point. N If
Mr-- Jitc-"ll S-ott of St. Louis b a new
nr--Iva! at the Bass Rocks Cottage. East
Gloucester J!ns '
Jliss E C. Cook of St. Louis is visiting
Jlis. W G Horton at the Oeeanside. Jlag
nolia. Johnson Grant of St. Iaiuls and Jliss L
Caitir of Iii-l St LouU a'e at Cren Hall.
Jlrs Charlc E Adams of Kansas city
is at tlit New Wlnt'irop Winthrop. Jhtss.
E I' :iilh- Jh.s .Mary T. Jl'Iler Jliss
Lucy If Miller of W-it rte-wn. la and Jlr.
and JIrs a R Jlellurtle and Jliss Berth 1
E Dre-w of St Joseph. JIo . are at the
REAT ALTERATION SALE
NO SHOW WINDOWS.
NO GLASS IN FRONT.
La lies' Cloth Suits etainincs,s:rj;es. cheviots, SJS QC
fancy mixtures worth up to S16.50, marked. ipO IVW
Ladies' Cloth Suits, in etamine worth $22.50, ( ftO
Ladies' Cloth Suits vvcrth up to S25.05,
Choice of any Spring: Cloth
Suit or Costume, some xxorth
Plvmouth Rock House Plvmouth. Jlass
Mr and Mrs H ni-onli-iler of St Loui'
and Jli ami JIrs J M baa. .d.-r, f K-in--a-
City are at the Preston. Be.uh Bluff,
W Jllam Buckley of St Lords !s visiting
hi- n other nt West Stockbridge. Mn-s.
E Weil of 'St Lout- s a Hte arrival nt
tne Mount Piea'ii't HoU'e. N. If.
C IS Gieeley of sit Loui- Is at Old O
e iuir.i Beacii. .Mr.
E. S Little and .Mr. and .Mrs. Mo.r of St.
Loui- aie gue-ts at the Jioant Washington
ll'iu-c. N ... Ram! -hire.
St Lotus is represented rt the Gran'te
City cottage at V d Orchard Beath. JI . pv
a rerty con-Ntitig of JI - Cka-Ies Rose
borough. Jlr-. Fr me- RosM.oruuh. JIis
Fiai u - Ro-cboroush a-d .M'ss Marjaret
Si LouN v 'to-s to JIo .at W'a-hl-.cton.
N I! tm- v.etd. acre. Jlls :.I T. W.i ia -.
.Mi's 'aire W il'l-m. Je,nn R. Williams.
Jr. inn Jib- C L. Brvant
Jli and .Mrs D. A. Shaw of Mi-kiwaka.
Im. . are July guest- of Jlr. and JIrs. ej. S.
Roger-, at Gardner. Jle.
R. JI Benjamin of Rloomington. III. !
legistoied at the Harrington, Great Bar
ni cton. Jlass
.Mi. and JIrs- Thrma- Perley of Colorado
Springs. Col" . arc guerts at Isaac S. C.
P. 1 lev'- Row!" JIa.s-.
'r- Marv Mur'e ..n.1 daughter cf Oio
r.do Spr.ne.- e o'o. Is vi-Itlpg her parents.
Mi. and .Mr- B S Davenport, at Kcley.
S i' B. JInrse and family of HoutJr.
Tex. are at lie Fairvicv. Cottage. W'e-ter-Iv
.Mi am' Mr-. F. c. Sheldon and E It.
Wil on of Kansas Cltv- are at the All.uuie.
lloiic. old ejreiiard R ach. .Me
JII-s JIarjorle V Wright of Denver. Colo.
I- visaing E w Wrlgh-'s family at Old
Orchard Br pel:. Jit.
-Mr and .Mr-. Charles- nine of Hartford.
Ind . and .Mi-s ("aire Bird of I.i Porte.
Ind . are ru-st- or Jlr. and JIrs. J. c. fieri e
at Pa.'ilme C.ll-ip,e. in We-t Grand ave
nue. Old Orchard Reach. JI".
.Mrs Alexander Cooper and diuzhtcr of
Humboldt Conn'. Ia . nr vist'ng Jlr".
Francis G Ram-di II. Jlarblch ad. JIas.
Mis , Mjrinn W Sprague. it Hicham.
Jiass . ! entertaining her cji.in. JIis- D'l
!a Klmper. of Fnrmlngton. III.
JIrs Elxn C Grulley nf Amboy HI . and
two sons, who h'i'.e be. n gue-ts of Mr and
JIrs Philip e'orbin at Cottage City. Jlass.
for t.vo weeks. left on Weiinesday for
."ev Rnt.it". Conn, to xi-It other rela
tives before returning home.
V. auke-ha. WH. . u'a 23 Tlie pa-: week
has bun a delightful or.e. The cue'ts at
tlie e'iffirent hole's enjo.- them-eive- witn
Miif and hav tides, daneis, tenuis. uohre.
Imatinir. I . tl.irg and fl-hing The yacht
racs at the lieacn are attracting mail
Irem tse eitie"
Jlri' Fred Scars of St. Lou's. Captain
Strothcr Jotiii-m and Mr. C D. JIa-. wood
of St Charle-, ale guests at the W'al'bridgi
Jlr. E. B JleC-,nn of St. Ivjuis Is resis
teieil at the Co!"ni,.n Hou-e.
-Mrs s R Srrltii ind Mr- A. J Bro.vn of
St Loui- jre at the spring Cit Hotel
JI'. and JIrs C JI. Fotsier. Miss Laura
Scuz. JIi-s Caroline sit oT St. lui-
stopping at the Fountain House, attended
the Horse Show -;t .Milwaukee the first o!
Jlf-s Jll'llcent Duckworth of St. Louis i
vis t.ug friends in Occnnnior.oc
Jlr and Mr- A. JI Graff. Kansas Cltv.
JIo Jlr A l'lnkie. Galveston. Te.x . Jlr-".
.1. JI. Trimble and sister. W'aeo. T.. Ml-s
I.nura A.dam-. Jliss .Minnie Adam-. I.oui,
Adams and Mr M. Unterberger. St. Louij,
are at the Park Hotel
Frank FtnmaW and J Gersenhauer eif
St. Iyuis aro stooping at the Schlltz Hotel.
Jlr and Jlr- Julius Feis. Jlr, and JIrs.
Jlax Judd. Jlr. and Jlr. Jlllton Cohen. Jlr.
and JIrs a I.eiiefpr. , r St IxjaN: Jlr and
Jir Sevmour Jlcver. Victor Litad! of
I1.-1II.1-. Tex : E. .1 Watt. Little Rock. Ark :
K E Svvann. Hamtison Garx. TIcr. Tex .
G E. short ?nd familv. Helena, Ark, are
at the Fountain House.
Jlr P. I Gallagher of D3rdnne. St.
Charles Coiintx, with hi3 niece. JII--3 R. JI
Devnnv. and nephe.v. P. J Devan. are at
the Caldwell cottage
Jlr and .Mrs I. levy of Ennis. Tex., are
at the National Holl
Mr Charles Fuelis of St. Louis wtj a
xi-itor to the hors-c show at Jlilwauk-'e
Jir and JIrs Edward Lehman and Jlr.
Henrv N. Jli Ur ot Dallas. Tex , are -oend-ing
their fifteenth sunnier in Waukesha.
They are stopping nt the Inn.
JI- and Jlr- Alfred K D.iv of Kar".i
Cit. Jlo.. are visiting friend in South
.Mr and Jlr-e. E W. Williams of Spring
field. JIo. are stopping nt Hartland.
Nathan Adl-r of Rate-ville. Ark.. Is stop
I lng at the National Hotel
Jliss Jennie Kenward of Pine Bluff. Ark..
i- spending the- s'immer with friends in this
Jir. E. A. Lemo of St Louis Is the guese
of Jlr anil Jlro. Gu;tav Pabit or JIU
v.auKee. C. W. Jarrett. Temple. Ter.. and Jlr.
and JIrs. L. Reiehsthalcr of St. Louis are
at the Terrace Hotel
J!r. Henrv JI. Youmans of Waukesha
went to JIadi-on 011 Tuesday to attend a
meeting nf the State Women's World's Fair
Commission, she being one of the members.
Petoskey. Jlich.. Julv r- Delightful
we-ather ami liberal travel have made thl"
the most prosperous July in the history ot
Felo-ke. Her lesorts are full of city peo
ple, who seem to be enjoying life to the
The Jiis-es Laura D and E. Jliller are
rpeniling the summer at 70J .Michigan street.
Jlr and JIrs Paul Li-se of Alexandria.
La . and their fo ir daughter". Mis-s Con
Lee. Bc-sie. E-Sie and Rita Lisse. are guests
at the New Arlington. Jlr. Llsse Is an ex
tensive cotton pi inter
Jlr and JIrs. Jlorris Goldman and sons.
Jles-rs. Stanley. Jerome and Gilbert, ar
rived xesterilay at the Arlington for their
's-teenth -en-011 at this hotel.
Jlr. and JIrs. o A Field of the Jesse
French Piano Company, together with Jliss
Lue.-tta Field and O. A Held, Jr.. are re
cent arrival- at the Arlington
Jlr and JIr J B De-an of Sprinifi"ld,
Jin.. JIrs. C. It Jleachem of JIattoon. Ill
ard Jlr- Maxme Lee JIo-cs of Dxlla-. and
Adele 1. Thai of St. Louis are at the Cush
man. Jlr. and JIrs. Robert L. Garllchs are at
Jlr A. Sebenks. wife and three sons, ar
rived xe-lerday for the season at the Cush
min Al Einstein is at the Arlington.
W C. Philbrook or Kansas City. JIo., is
at the Imperial.
Mrs. R. F. Larayette and Jliss Florence
Selic or Chccotah. I. T.. are enjoying cool
breeze- at the Arlington.
Jlr. ami JIrs. p Rothschild of Kansas
Cltv p-e at the Cu-hman.
Jlr and Jlrr-. J. F Storm and a large
pirty of St. Loui-ans arrived this week at
ihe Imperial for the season. Among the
number were JIrs L E Schlange, Jliss
Marie S-bHnce. Eugene Schlange. L. A.
S'Orm. Jliss Agnes Hemrlckswesen. JIrs.
George A. Jllllon. Ail these people are
regulir summer visitors and add much to
the --pice cf resort life in Tctoskey. Jlr.
Storm 1" president of the Jim Lewis Flsh-
k Club an organization that destroys
more liquid bait and originate more llshy
sicrics thin any other two cl..hs In the
North The Lvre. Petoskcv's finnv maga
zine is the official organ of the club, and
vhe-i publishing the official procecelinRs of
the club the spelling of the Lyre is changed
to the less tonv .ticnal Liar.
Thomas It Rockwcod and family are
pgain 'ii their -umm r hom here. The
Eockv.ood hnve become -o Identified with
Peto'key business ard social life that they
are reaar.led here as IVtokey people, who
lave a winte- homo in St Louis.
Mrs Louis Ullnian. JINs Corinne Ullman
and Jliss Fannie Gates hnxe arrived for
another sch-hA pt the Imperial.
JIrs JI. Flanagan and tl.e JRsses Flana
gan Arc spending the summer here.
William Ross is nt the Cu-hman F C and
Mis Alice VI Herr ck and JII-s Alice Har
pole of Rloomington. Ill . ate guests at the
Cpariis A Schreiner and Jliss JIarie
Schreiner nre at thrt Impc-iii.
fi'crrr D and Wiiliav. II LPSIe came
BARGAINS T0M0RR0W, MONDAY, AT
Ladies Wash Shirt-Wiist Suits meant to sell PQ
at S2.00. marked, each. UvC
Ladies' Shirt-Waist Snils wotth .$3 00, rl J
Ladies' Waists-worth SlOO, Ql AQ
over from Weqiiton!nc to spend e. few
divs p.t the Prrrv this .( riinr-
Charles 1-. Jla-o:i i, at the New- Arllns-
t0.M.-, H I' Raithel and 1 arnily e. f Little.
Hock are at the Perry . ulo J"fVilTiC,,j
chei. G II. Lyon and W. H. Jlirshall oc
th-same place. .. . .
c F Dr-Ue of Fort fccott. i.x. is ar.
the New Arlington.
Xt'antlc Cltv. Julv 21 -There have le
a numbr of arrival' from the Western
States durlrg the wtek which have been
irinclpally from Missouri. Texas OhiD ana
Illinois The Rill Posters' e'onvntion,
vnlch has just adjourned at the- Rudolf,
egrted to meet n. xt year in St Loua.
There was a delegation from the st Lut
Tr.-.r.- t i. ompany here on a visit during th
we.k Th delegation wa- 111 Philadelphia
seeing rfter storage liitti rie? for their cars,
and ran uown to this resort feir a short
stay Governor in Sant or Jllnnesot.i is
expected here next month to .ittenil thu
weddinj anniversary of Jlr. and JIrs. W. I.
Nev.cll Miss Amelia Robin-on. a young
woman from the West, has- announced her
engagement to II. C Albert ot thl city.
ard left duripg the week 10 spend a few
days with friends li Kentucky before re
A :iie of pretty- ycuni women from St.
Lou..-, who are center of much attraction
and wno have taken part in several cuchro
and other ev tiling part-e". are Jliss Annie
Seharf. Jlis- x ennle Scharf and JI ss Flor
ence Goldman. They have registered for a
st.iv at the Sen ite.
Paul Victor Loth, a popular and well
known literarv man. who e home I- cut
W. si. is with his mother at the Rudolph
The- Mis-es Blanche, clai-e ..nd Atuonette
Pol.eick. daughters ot the millionaire West
erner. J. Pollock, are down at this resort
for ihe season
Among the St Lculs vi-itnrs who have
r eb-ioed and cnmo dewn fi.r a stiv durinir
the week are. JIrs J. Jloycrs and her
dai.grt r. Jli- Sidle Jluyer-. v.if .re t?'
1st ie-i ror a wtek at Tlie L.rnlre .Mrs. Jf
Low at The I.eland: A. Eber-on. who has
ee me tor a proiorgen sta. is j- The Ra
le 'gh. and H J. Hain- s. "a rromlnent St.
lajuis merchant, i.t at the S. as-(ie W S.
Osborne is -at th American Hotel only
rccntlj opened, ard W. J. Coeh-ane v.Ith
his wife i at tlie Dcpi.Is. where a colony
of Westerner-, i- quartered. Jlr and Jlr-.
C S. Yo-t are at the San Jfare"i Jlr. and
JIrs JI. I Epstein, ard her n-s. JI 1.
Enstein and S Epstein aie t'tt&n for a
stay at the Rudolrh. while Jlr and Jlrr.
. Lesiis and -Mr and Jlr- J Gre-'uwald
"re among the young people at the Senate.
Jlr and .Mrs. ji. Koar are at The Agr.ev:.
and W" feeket at the Chel-ea mong the
California!"- down for the month are Jlr.
and Jlr? John Ward of San Franci-co. xvho
is at the Palm.r. and Jlr .-nd Mr- JI. B.
Bean of San Frarcisco Is at t! - R-addcck.
II A Garvey ,ir Kansas Cltv i. at th
Jioort V m.in and Jlr. and Jlr- J F. Jack
f St. Paul are at the Islesworth.
J.ickir.ac Island. Jlich.. July 21. TTlS
Fzi-y Isle vva- rber fairer nor did it c-.er
hrbor a -weller or happier lot or city folic
tnan Ihe present reason. JIrs. f. j Cun
rirgham. Jliss Cunningham and Jlessrs.
J.'ck and Archie Cunnirgham arrived yes
ten'ay at the Island House.
Jlr and JIrs. Henry W Barth and Jir.
and JIrs Ja-. S. Dodson registered at tho
New Chippewa to-lav
M- and JIrs e-harles II. Jl.tjor of Irdlan
apolli are at the IIand House Jlr JIajor
is the well-known litteratuer. puthor of
"When Kmgnthood Ha in Flower.' On
ti-e day of their arrival JIrs. JIajor suf
fered a severe accident Her hair caught
lire- from an alcohol lamp and in extinguish
ing it both she and Jlr. JIajor were severe
Honorable Marcus A. Hanna spent a few
il0vs this week at his cottage here.
Jlr and .Mrs. John Scott and Ml-s Gladys
Eadebau-er of Decatur. III., are at the New
At th- Grand Hotel: Jlr. and JIrs. Ed W.
Revllng. W. J. Niggerran. Mr. Jf. A. Ncs
gerran of St Louis; Jlr. and JIrs. T. E.
Snowden. Atchison, Kas.; Jlr and JIrs.
Fred Jletz. Omaha: Mr. and JIrs. James
Black ate at the Windsor.
At the Lake View: Jlr. and JIr. A. K.
Syrett. Jlr and .Mr. A. F. Spiliard of El
gin. Ill . and Jlr and Mrs. W C. Harlan of
St Leuil- went down to Chicago yesterday
un the Jlanitou.
Doctor Herman Prinz and Jlr. Curt
ThiesCh of the Westllche Post came up
St'r.dav on the Jlanitou.
C. Bruegccman was a recent arrival
C HAM) HA VEX.
Grand Haven. Jlich.. July 24 At the tn
nual meeting of the Highland Park Associa
tion, held last Saturdsy. Henry Allman of
St. Louis v.:u- elected president. This as
sociation manages and control- the affairs
or the park, and the election of Jlr. Allman
Is an boner seldom accorded an outside
man. Jlr. Allmtn is progres-lve and has.
many plans looking toward Improvements
at the nark, which will undoubtedly be car-
I nel out; before the earning season.
1 naries u. Kelly anei iamny anu jits.
Witteveen and family- of St. Louis are stop
ping at the Park Hotel for the season.
The yourg men resorters at Highland
Park held a relay swimming race this wees.
There were three teams, corrpo-ed as fol
L'vvs: Louis Tebbetts and Theodore Jlur
phy of St. I.ouis Walter Palmer of Grand
Rapids and George Tebbetts of St. Louis;
Will Edwards of Chicago and Douglas
Coulter of Crand Rapids. Tebbetts and
.Murphy- led In the lirst hair or the race,
but lost in the last stretch to Edwards and
Coulter. The race was for flw yards and
was made In record time. v
R. G London and Robert Rrcck aro late
arrivals at Highland Park for the season.
JIrs Wagner and son. JIrs. Fersythe and
family. JIrs. Fanny- S. Gardener and fam
ily ard JIrs. Iaicher and family of St, Louis
are at the Park Hotel.
JIl-scs Belle nnd Jlay Thompson of St.
Icul3 are stopping at Prospect JIanor on
Spring Lake for the season.
W. N. Fulkerson, Adele Fulker-on. Jlisses
Julia and Blanche Reshtern of St. Louis are
nt the Cutler House-, Grand Ha-, en, for the
W. T. Adderton and family- of St. Louis
are occupying one of the tinest summer
hemes at. Highland Park for the season.
JIrs. Charles Nugent gave a largely at
tended dancing party at her home Saturday
evening, attended by park resorters and
Spring Lake summer guests.
David B. JIarks of St. Louis addressed
the Common Council nf this city this week
ot the needs of Highland Park. An effort
is being made to have the streets of tho
park properly paved and to run a high,
bridge: over the great sand hills of tha
The Spring Lake Yacht Club furnishes
pltr.ty of sport in the way of yacht races
ilLnng the sea-on. and some of the fast3t
racing machines on tho Great Lakes par
ticipate in the regattas. A week of racing
will furnish plentv of sport for the yachts
men in mid-August.
One of ihe popular loitering places for tha
thousands of summer resorters at Highland
Park and Grand Haven Is the Government
pier. The pier Is really a great board walk,
nearly- two miles In length. There is every
reason to beliexe. however, that the walk
will lose some of its popularity unless the
mystery associated with It Is Tathorned
What the board walk is to Atlantic City
the plank walk on the Governmept pier is
to Grand Haven. For vears It his been the
favorite summer walking p lace, for rot
only the local youns people, but for the
summer vl-ltors as well, and on warm
moonlight nights it Is lined with the throngs
until a lite hour. Vows. Innumerable have
betn plighted on the plank walk, and when
the miilsummer moon and the harvest moon
shine down there Is much In life really
beautllul to the happv young people who
Infest this ravorlte walking place.
But ever since late last rail stories have
been rife in the town of a mvsterlnus
woman having bei seen along ihe piers
and dlsappeiring like a phantom vhen ap
proached She is. nccording to these who
have seen It. or her. as the case may- be. a
beautiful tall brunette cttlred in a long
Once a patrol vat;h from the llfe-avlnjr
sfitlon at the haiboi mouth, on the lonely
niidnliht 1 eat of Hve miles on the coast
Elevators and Stairways Will
and Business Will Not Bs
Choice of any China Silk Waist
in the store, some worth 57.50
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