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Se?ashore and Inland Recreation Cen?
tres To Be in Full Swing by
Middle of This Week
BY THE middle of the week the
seashore and inland resorts all
will be in full swing, und indica?
tions are that they will enjoy most
successful seasons, in spite of the war.
While there will bo little of the gaycty
of former seasons in the way of big
rrivato dinner? and dances, there will
be enough affairs on the programme
to keep the summer colonists inter?
Entertainments for various charities,
informal dinners and dances and card
parties will be the diversions of the
evenings, while during the day there
will be sports of every description as
attractions. The activities of the past
week were centred in the war savings
Mamp drive, and reports from the re?
sorts show that the work of the com?
mittees met with marked success.
Independence Day really marks the
opening of the Bummer season, and the
resort? are making elaborate prepara?
tions to celebrate on Thursday. Boat?
ing, golf and tennis matches, baseball,
followed in the evening by dinners and
dances, will offer attractive pro?
grammes everywhere.
? ? ? m
Newport Households
Show War's Effects
In Shortage of Men
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
NEWPORT, R. I., June 29.?That
the war has had its effect upon
the summer colony of this city
in more ways than one is very evident.
Not only are many of the men of the
? colony enlisted or engaged in various
kinds of war work, but the war has
taken its toll of tho men servants.
There are far fewer male servants in
the houses of the colony this year than
ever before, and women are taking
their places. French chefs, who were
in about all of the larger summer
homes, are now almost an unknown
Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly had
her home opened early this week and
with her daughter, Miss Ruth Twombly,
arrived later. Mrs. Reginald C. Van
derbilt has arrived with her daughter
at the Morrell cottage, on Ochre Point,
which she has taken for the season,
and Mrs. Burke Roche, who is now
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur
Scott Burden, is expected at Elm Court
about the middle of July.
Other notable arrivals this week
have been Mrs. Vanderbilt, who is now
at The Breakers, and former Commo?
dore .nd Mrs. Elbridge T. Gerry and
the Tusses Gerry, who are at their es?
tate, Seaverge, at the end of Bellevue
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perrin are to
arrive at the Kane cottage on Thurs?
day from New York, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte are to re?
turn to Newport this summer. They
have taken a house.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer and
family have arrived by motor from
New York, after a rather troublesome
trip, during which they were ditched
Major August Belmont is in the ser?
vice, and as a result Mrs. Belmont will
not open Bythesea, on Bellevue Avenue,'
this summer. Captain and Mrs. Perry
Belmont have opened Belcourt.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pell, jr., of
Tuxedo, are to occupy Sea View, for?
merly the estate of the late Mrs. Ker
nochan, this summer. They have al?
ready arrived, but they are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Padelford, at
Clover Patch.
Miss Dorothy Bigelow, of New York,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. F. A.
Clark, and Mrs. E. Maitland Armstrong
and her children have arrived to spend
the summet with Mrs. David King at
Kingcote. '
Mrs. Richard Gambrill, who was
among the absentees last season, has
had her Bell?vuo Avenue home made
ready for occupancy.
Mrs. Eugene Hale, jr., whose hus?
band is a member of the National
Army, is to spend part of the summer
with her parents, the Rev. Dr. 'and
Mrs. Roderick Terry, at Linden Gate.
Opening of the Season
Indicates Busy Summer
Along the North Shore
{Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
BEVERLY, Mass-, June 29.?With
practically all of the cottages oc?
cupied and the country clubs in
full swing, the North Shore season
gives every promise of being a busy
one, with many splendid affaira planned
by the colonists in behalf of war chari?
ties. There was a most successful fete
held to-day at the estate of Mr. and
Mrs. William B. Walker, at West Man?
chester, in aid of the Lafayette Fund.
Mrs. Allen 11. Curtis was chairman of
the committee ia charge of the affair,
and the artillery band from Camp
Devens furnished an interesting mu
?ical programme.
Mrs. M. Graeme Haughton, of the
Pride's Crossing colony, has opened her
home at Pride's Hill on Tuesday even?
ings, where wpmen from all along the
shore meet to make supplies for the
French wounded. The Italian War Re?
lief Committee met this morning at
Villa Marie, the summer home of Mrs.
George Lee, at The Farm?. M re. Henry
V. McKean and Mrs. K. Lawrence White
were in charge to-day.
Miss Lila Lancashire, daughter of
Dr. ?nd Mrs. J. Henry Lancashire, of
New York City, is the leading spirit in
the Soldiers' and Sailors' Club which :
has been opened at Gloucester. A cosey !
social room has been fitted up for tho
men in the army and'navy, and a can?
teen has been set up at the home. Misa
Elisabeth Gun?, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Newton Gunn, of New York, is
?erving with Miss Lancashire on the
board of directors.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, of New
York, are expected Monday at tho
Schier cottage, at Burgess Point, which
they have taken for the season. Mrs.
Elliot C. Bacon, of Westbury, Long
Island, is with her mother, Mrs. Guy
Norman, at Bee Rocks, at the Cove, for
a stay. Mr. Bacon is in the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Perkins, of
Washington, have opened their estate,
Green Court, at Hamilton, for the sea-,
?on. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph L. Agassis
and their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Felton,
nave gone frt?m Homewood, at'Hamil?
ton, to Newport for the early summer.
Mr and Mrs.John N.Willys,of Toledo,
Ohio, are at the Rocks, the Jordan
??tat? at West Manchester, which they
have had for several seasons. Mrs.
Henry C. Do Rham, of Cold Spring,
***..%* ?1 vi?ittn?" be* Parent?, the Rich?
ard H. Dana?, at Manchester. Another
4aughter, Mr?. R. H. Hutehinson. and
**?ily, of New York, are also at the
Wma cottage for a ?hort stay before
IWinjr to their summer place at Asquam,
Jw,4r'?*?l7 Mi8- J- ?*SQo4 Carleton, of
??2 *?l?> Mr- *n<* MrB- A? F. Mae
**?***. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn?? E. pow.
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Ilazen and
Miss Ada Thorn, also of New York, aro
?t the Oceansidc, at Magnolia. Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Looss, of Kansas City, are at
Sea Rocks, their cottage at Eastern
Point, for the summer.
Miss Eleanora Sears, of Boston,
has taken the Simpkins cottage
for the season. Miss Sears is to
have her f-tring of riding and driving
horses at The Farms this summer, and
a special stable has been engaged for
their accommodation. Major and Mrs.
Henry L. Higginson, of Boston, are at
their Sunset Hill cottage, at West Man?
chester, for the summer.
War Stamp Campaign
Has Good Results
Among Lenox People
(Special Correspondence of The Tribiyic)
LENOX, Mass., June 29.?In the an
nuaj register of the New York?
ers who arc owners or lessees
of country places in the Berkshire Hills
are the names of 4F>0 prominent persons
this year. Of these 140 are in Lenox.
During the week Mrs. Richard C. Dixey,
Miss Mary A. Tappen, Charles Lanier
and Mr. and Mrs. William A. Slater
arrived at their Lenox places; Miss
Katherine E. Bullard, of Boston, at
Highwood; Mrs. Henry II. Pease at the
Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. Graham K.
Meilen in Stockbridge.
Sir Joseph and Lady White-Todd, of
London are the guests of Mrs. John E.
Alexandre at Spring Lawn, for whom
she gave a series of entertainments. !
Mrs. William Sands is with Mr. and !
Mrs. Frank K. Sturgis, and Captain S. j
C. Reed with Mr. and Mrs. George F. j
Becker. Mrs. William C. Humstone, of !
Brooklyn, gave a luncheon at her Pitts- j
iield cottage Tuesday, and Mrs. Willard
E. Edmister, of New York, entertained j
at bridge for the benefit of the fund
for French orphans.
Mrs. Daniel Parish Kingsford, of ?
Short Hills, N. J., who has been a guest i
of Miss Helen Parish, went to the Adi- ,
rondacks, and Mrs, Thomas J. Preston, j
jr.( and Francis G. Cleveland went to
Princeton from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. W. Stanley Dell in Stockbridge.
Large contributions and many pledges
were the results of the war stamp cam?
paigns carried on in Lenox by Miss
Anna R. Alexandre and in Stockbridge
by Mrs. Arthur W. Swann. Assisting
Mrs. Swann were Mrs. George Gren
ville Merrill, Mrs. Austin F. Riggs,
Miss Kate Haven and Miss Margaret
Miss Cathleen Vanderbilt is stopping
at Holmwood during the absence of
Mrs. Raymond T. Baker. Before leav?
ing Washington this week Mrs. Baker
leased her place in the Adirondacks to
Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Kahn.
Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, jr., came
up to Shadow Brook Farm this week
with her children. The Rev. Mr. Stokes
is at Yale, aiding in war work for the
Yale units. He will be in Lenox but
little during the summer. Mrs. Anson
Phelps Stokes, sr., has opened her
country house in Ridgefield, Conn.
Among the arrivals in the cottages
are Ward Reed, of New York, to visit
Mrs. Charles Reed, of Fairfield Farm,
Great Barrington; Mrs. Charles Mo
Dougall, of Auburn, to stop with Mrs.
Carlos M. de Heredia; Mrs. Joseph S.
Whistler and Miss Helen Denny to be
guests of Charles Lanier; Mrs. M.
Dw.ight Collier to visit her daughter,
Mrs. David T. Dana, at Birchwood, and
Harry Bewick, of Atlanta, to visit Mrs.
Charles Astor Bristed.
While the week opened with cold
weather, with the thermometer at 40
degrees, a rapid change to delightful
weather, clear and bracing, brought a
host of tourists into the hills, includ?
ing well known New Yorkers. Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Elkins, of Elkins Park,
Penn., arrived at the Hotel Aspinwall.
Also there are Mrs. Thomas Hubbard,
John Hubbard, Mrs. Edwin Beers, Miss
M. Elizabeth Beers, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Dudley, John V. K. Crane, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Allen, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sea?
man, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Meeker and
Mrs. E. S. Campbell.
Major General and Mrs. Arthur Mur?
ray, of Washington; Mr. and Mrs.-Abel
E. Blackman, of Brooklyn; Mrs. H. M.
Andrews, Mrs. Miguel R. Martinez, Mrs.
J. IT. Hudelston, Miss Margaret S. Hud
elston, Mrs. Frank W. Kifching and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Blauvelt, of
New York, are at the Maplewood, in
Mrs. Henry E. Howland, Dr. and Mrs.
Allen M. Thomas, John Thomas, Mrs.
Charles L. Johnson, Morehouse John?
son and Mrs. J. Frederick Crumbie
arrived at the Curtis Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garland, of
Philadelphia; Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs.
William Thatcher, of New York; Lieu?
tenant and Mrs. R. E. Dudley, of Wash?
ington; Miss Eleanor II. Adler, Mrs. E.
C. Jenkins, Miss Katherine Lord, Mr,
and Mrs. William J. Knott, Miss
E. L. Evans, Miss Virginia Evans,
of New York, and Mrs. Bum
bury and Miss Helen Hoffer, of
Philadelphia, registered at the Red
Lion Inn, Stockbridge.
Mrs. Robert Gildchr?st, Mrs. Charles
F. Griffin, George M. Reeves, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Harris, Misses S. M. and H. Dibblee,
Mrs. T. O. Messler, Miss E. M. Dwinell,
of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace
P. Clarke, of Brooklyn, are at Heaton
Hall, Stockbridge.
Summer Residents
Begin to Gather
In the Adirondacks
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
PKVh SMITH'S, N. Y., June 29.?
Among the early visitors have
been Dr. Walter B. James and
William Rauch, who have been hero to
inspect the condition of the course of
the St, Regis River Golf Club. They
report that' it was never in bet?
ter condition, and, everything con?
sidered, including war activities, the
officers of the club will encourage the
Usual matches and teas, the proceeds
from which will be turned over to the
Red Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sceley Ward, of
New York, are to spend the summer at
their camp on the Upper St, Regis
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Godfrey, of New
York, will occupy their camp, Beech'
Hill, on Osgood Lake.
Mrs. OlivU P. Hoe, of New York,
is having her camp made ready for her
arrival. Henry L. Hotchkiss is also
coming to camp, and Misa R. A. I'ol
hemus is occupying her camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Slade plan
to spend August in camp on the Upper
St- Regis Lake.
Herbert Lee Pratt may not spend as
much time ct his camp on the Upper
Kt. Regis Lake as in former years, but
hie children will bo there during the
Copyright, 1018, Underwood & Underwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Baker, who were married on June 12 at Lenox. Mrs. Baker was the widow of
Alfred G. Vanderbilt.
summer and Mrs. Pratt will spend much
of the time with them.
Mrs. R. P. Huntington is coming
early to occupy her camp on the Upper
St. Refis Lake.
Sagamore Lodge, Raquette Lake, has
been prepared for the arrival in the
next few days of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
T. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wendell Kirchwey,
who were married in New York last
Saturday, are at Saranac Inn on the Up?
per Saranac Lake. Mrs. Kirchwey Tb
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perl?e V.
Jervis, of Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Tilney, of
New York, are occupying the L. Casper
Wister camp.
Mr. nd Mrs. Herbert S. Carpenter,
of Ardsley-on-the-Hudson, are enter?
taining Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Liew '
at their camp, Camp Arden.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus D. Shepard
have . arrived at their Witchhopple
Lake Placid Women
Give Up Servants
To Aid War Funds
^Special Correspondence o} The Tribun*)
LAKE PLACID, N. Y., June 29.?
Numbers of the women of the
Lake Placid summer colony have
this season left their servants behind
and are doing the work about the camps
and cottages themselves. Money saved
in this way is given to the Red Cross
and will amount to a considerable sum.
The first of tho yachtswomen who
will take the places of young men in
the races of the Lake Placid Yacht
Club to arrive is Miss Norton, daugh?
ter of the Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Norton,
of Brooklyn. Tho races will be started
early next month.
Recent cottage arrivals include Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Barroh, from New York,
with their daughter, and Mrs. EJdward
Ferrin and Mrs. R. Richards.
Among those who have made reser?
vations for the season at Whiteface
Inn is Visconde de Alte, Portugal's
Minister to the United States. He will
arrive at the inn July 1. John Aspe
fren, of New York, with his family, and
1rs. Daniel Bacon, of New York, will
arrive at Whiteface Inn on July 1.
Count and Countess Otto Salm re?
cently motored up to Whiteface Inn
from Tuxedo Park.
Recently arrived at the Stevens
House -from New York are Miss Han
bury, Mr. and Mrs. R. C O'Brien, H. G.
Davidson, Mrs. S. G. Whiton, Mrs. W.
A. Seymour, Mrs. J. Van AlBtyne, Miss
Van Alstyne, Mr. and MrB. W. E. TilTt,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Downs and Mr.
and Mrs. Smith Farley Ferguson.
J. P. Conway, assistant superinten?
dent of education, New York, And Mrs.
Conway will return to the Grand View
on July 6.
Among those from New York re
: cently reaching Lake Placid Club were
! Mrs. Charles T. Barney and Mrs. Stan?
ford White.
Girl Anglers to Give
Proceeds of Catches
To Red Cross Fund
(Special Correspondence ?/ TA? Tribun?)
PLAIN, N. Y., June. 29.?
Through the sale of freshly
caught strings of trout and lake fish
young women of the Westport sum?
mer colony, who are experts at fish?
ing, hope to raise a considerable sum
of money which they will give to the
Red Cross, Huads of households in
the sunstnw colons ana the manage
ment of Westport Inn have guaran?
teed a market and the young women
are much encouraged.
Among those who have new cruisers
in commission on the lake this season
is Mrs. Emma Campbell, of Riverside
Drive, New York, who has opened her
Spanish villa.
Mr. and Mrs. James Blaine Walker,
of Pelham Manor, N. Y., have re?
turned for another season at Westport
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Jenkins, of New
York, are among the others recently
returned there. Miss B. C. Hollis has
returned and will spend the season
at the inn.
"Farmerettes" to Join
In Country Sports at
Elizabethtown on 4th
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
??Some of the young women of
this summer colony purpose to
don farmerette costumes and in the
Fourth of July events for the benefit of
the Red Cross endeavor to catch the
greased pig, as well as climb the
greased pole and essay other difficult
features of the day. It is expected that
Governor Whitman will be present and
deliver a patriotic addresB.
Mrs. R. L. Hand, of New York, widow
of Judge Richard Hand, is among the
recent arrivais. She has opened her
estate, where she is accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Eugene D. Alex?
Judge Augustus N. Hand is expected
here with his family before the Fourth.
Among recent arrivals is Mrs. Edwin
Norton, of New York, who is" at the
Bouquet Valley farm of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Con
way, who will themselves spend the
season at their Lake Placid villa.
Recent arrivals at the Windsor in?
clude Lieutenant Commander C. W.
Bailey, of Hog Island; his daughter,
Mrs. E. Bailey Knowles, and Mrs. John
Murray Mitchell and her daughter, Miss
Grace Mitchell, of Tuxedo Park.
Patriotic Activities
Mixed With Pleasures
In White Mountains
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
29.?-Patriotism and pleasure
are mixing admirably in the
White Mountains this summer. Every
hotel of any size and all communities
are not only doing work for the Red
Cross, but many other patriotic move?
ments have also sprung up. The White
Mountain visitors will have many op?
portunities for service, not the least
of which is the navy recreation depart?
ment of the Woman's Naval Service,
Inc., of which Mrs. Edward T. Stotea
bury, of Philadelphia, is chairman.
Miss Amy Lyman Phillips will repre?
sent Mrs. Stotesbury personally in the
White Mountain?, and in each resort
a local chairman will solicit magazines,
book?, games and smokes for the ma?
rines and other boy? in the navy.
Mrs. Charle? H. Ditson, of New
York, who has arrived at her summer
home in Jackson, The Boulders, is af?
filiated with the Secours Duryea, of
Paris, being its vice-president, and this
and other war relief movements will
occupy much of her time during the
season in the hills. Mrs. Ditson
has published the Khaki Knitting Book,
containing directions for every article
that can be knitted for soldiers and
sailors, and these are , to be sold
throughout tho mountains for the
benefit of various war charities.
Farmerettes will be numerous and
popular in the White Mountains this
summer, as nearly every one who has
a patch of ground around his summer
home is raising his own vegetables.
One girl has a lettuce garden
and a radish patch, and is cultivating
this herself, selling her produce and
giving all money received to the Red
Cross. Another one ?b raising sweet
peas to sell in hotels and cottages for
her pet charity, the fund for the blind
wounded soldiers. Still another is
raising navy beans for next winter's
use, and will give them to a convales?
cent home, while others are learning to
use tractors and have been ploughing
the gardens, making a charge for all
ploughing and turning in the money
for war relief.
Many early season motor parties ar?
rived at The Mount Pleasant on the
opening day, among them Mrs. John
Kohlsaat, of Cincinnati, 'with her son,
Dietrich Kohlsaat, and his friend, Scott
Burke, of Pittsburgh. They spent the
week end there, then motored to
Polly's Place, at Colebrook, for a day,
and thence to Bar Harbor for a short
Over 200 entries for the Maplewood
trap shooting tournament, which
opens on Monday, have been re?
ceived and Beveral noted shots arrived
there for the opening of the hotel
yesterday, others arrive to-day and
still more are making the trip bj
automobile to arrive on Sunday. With
over $7,000 in trophies and prizes anc
the celebrated Maplewood Hundred:
to be shot, there promises to be i
wonderfully interesting event, whicl
will bring spectators from Bethlehem
Sugar Hill, Twin Mountain, Brettoi
Woods and other resorts for railei
around. July 4 will be especiall;
interesting, with many patrioti
The work of the Crawford Auxiliar:
of the Red Cross will begin immedi
ately after the opening of the hote
under the personal direction of Mrs
William A. Barron.
Mrs. J. Blake White, of New York
who will be as usual at the Moun
Washington this summer, followlni
its opening on July 8, will be activ
in Red Cross and other war relie
work and is also interested in man;
New York war charities.
The earliest arrival at the Mountaii
View House at Whitefield is alway
Mrs. James L, Crowell, of New York.
The Waumbek at Jefferson wil
have a smart colony this summer an
opens with its cottages well filled
likewise the Profile House, where ?
many .ild New York families ar
Sugar Hill and Bethlehem will hav
wonderful summer patronage if th
early arrivals are any criterion, an
the Sinclair House in Bethlehem, th
Look Off and Sunset at Sugar Hil
and Packett's have all been entertainin;
meny early season ?otoring partiet
Each season finds new Appalacbia;
Society's Efforts for War Savings Stamps Bring
Marked Success?Elaborate Preparations Made
for Independence Day Celebrations
Mountain Club huts and shelters. The
Intervale House, Randall's and The Sun- '
sot are all climbers' headquarters and (
the Inn at Chocorua is ahother favor
its point for trampers and climbers.
Week Devoted to
War Savings Drive
f At Southampton
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
SOUTHAMPTON, L. I., June 29.?
During the week the activities of
the members of the cottage colony j
have been devoted to the War Savings j
Stamp drive, which began with a
monster patriotic meeting held at the
Garden Theatre Sunday evening, when
Captain A. W. Ingram, of the British
Red Cross, spoke in the interest of the
sale. Mrs. Finley Peter Dunne was in
charge of the drive, assisted by the
women and children of the summer
The attendance at the Canning
Kitchen is increasing daily and as fast
as the cans are filled they are being
shipped to different, cantonments.
Recent rentals include the Fordham
cottage, on Hill Street, to Mrs. Henry
G. Grav, who will arrive on Monday
r.ext, also Mrs. Alfred Nelson's Ingle
side cottage to Major Robert D. Wrenn,
and the Pierson Cottage on South Main
Street to Alfred Punnett, who will also
arrive for the season next week.
The Southampton Garden Club held
its first meeting of the season at the
home of the President, Mrs. Thomas
H. Barber. The first luncheon of the |
season at the Shinnecock Hills Golf
Club was given by Mrs. William Lowe
Rice on Monday.
?ii ?
Officers9 Families
Fill Garden City as
Regiments Wait
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
GARDEN CITY, L. I., June 29.?
More prominent people are now
in this section than before in
many years.
At the Garden City Hotel are army
officers from all parts of the country,
and their families have come for a visit
before their regiments leave for over?
seas duty. There is scarcely a vacant
house anywhere about Garden City,
Hempstead or Westbury.
A pageant will be held at the coun?
try home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Butler
Duncan at Hempstead, in which two
hundred or more residents of Hemp?
stead, Garden City, Mine?la and Free
port will appear. It will be conducted
under the auspices of the Red Cross
of Hempstead.
Miss Elsie Morrill, who has been
visiting her father, H. H. Morrill, at
the Garden City Hotel for the past two
weeks, is now at Cohasset.
Tennis is again coming into its own,
and the numerous courts on the
grounds of the Garden City Hotel are
occupied the greater portion of the day,
many officers from tho nearby camps
taking advantage of tho opportunity of
playing during their recreation hours.
Among the young people most fre?
quently seen on these courts are Misses
Mary C. Channing, Joan Channing,
Eleanor Chin, Dorothy Lannin; Harry
B. Clarke, George and Converse Mor?
rill and Ernest Perault.
Ashury People
Prepare to Meet the
Changes Due to War
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
ASBURY PARK, N. J., June 29.?
Changes that the war may be
expected to bring to Asbury
Park were pretty well canvassed
Wednesday at a meeting of all people
interested in this locality in the
casino of the Hotel Brunswick, which
Morgan & Parsons opened for the sea?
son on that day. The principal ad?
dresses were made by James E. Carri
gan, food controller for the State of
New Jersey, and I. R. Benjamin, of
Long Branch. Mr. Benjamin has just
concluded a tour from New Yoik to the
Pacific Coast, acting as special repre?
sentative of Herbert C. Hoover, lectur?
ing to hotel men about how they are
to conduct their business in conformity
with the government's plans for win?
ning the war.
The first big week of the season is
just ahead, with the national holiday
on Thursday, and plans have been made
for entertainment of the thousands ex?
pected. There will be dancing, golf,
tennis, surf bathing, sailing, fresh and
salt water fishing and canoeing to the
shore dinner resorts on the upper part?
of Deal Lake.
The Monterey Hotel, the largest of
the ocean front structures here, opened
for the season this morning.
? .-?
Long Beach Horse
Show on July 25-27
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
LONG BRANCH, N. J., June 29.?
Long Branch is to hold its
twenty-fifth annual horse show
at Hollywood Park, July 25, 26 and 27,
for the benefit of the Monmouth Me?
morial Hospital. A majority of the
prominent exhibitors of other years
have promised to enter their prize win?
ners, and many novice horses will also
compete for the cash prizes and
trophies offered by the association. ?
Recent arrivals at the Takanasseo
Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Leror, Charles
Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sonneborn,
Lee Keediek, Joseph McManus and Ed?
ward W. Sprague, of Now York.
At the Pannaci are Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Glover, Dr. Charles Roberts and Mr.
and Mrs. C. Asa Francis, of New York.
Red Cross Benefits
To Feature the Fourth
Around Spring Lake
(Special Correspondance of The Tribune)
SPRING "LAKE, N. J., June 29.?In?
dependence Day plan? are upper?
most in the mind? of Spring Lake
people, and the day will be fittingly
celebrated. Red Cross benefits will
play an important part in the day's pro?
gramme, while the patriotic ball at the
New Monmouth in the evening will
wind up the day's festivities. Plans are
: under way for a benefit tournament at
I the Spring Lake Golf and Country Club'
during the day, and the proceeds will I
be applied to the Red Croa? fund here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Graham and Mrs.
H. C. Mosher, of Rochester, who are
motoring through the New Jersey re- i
sorts, were entertained at luncheon at
the New Monmouth on Thursday. Mr. I
and Mrs. Powell Reid, of London, also
lunched at the New Monmouth on that
Miss Eunice Putnam and Nicholas
Putnam, children of Captain Ezra Put?
nam, U. S. A., and Mrs. Putnam, of New
York, aro passing the season at the
Shoreham Hotel. . I
Among those who will soon arrive at
?the Allaire for the summer are Mrs.
J. A. Woolley, Mrs. M. McCabe, Albert,
Rocssle, Donald H. Brown and A. N.
Norcross,. of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn bookings at the New Essex
and Sussex include Miss Katherine Day?
ton, J M. Logan, James E. Murphy,
Mrs. W. K. Tripler and H. R. Wheeler.
? ? ? ...
Atlantic City Is
Preparing for Big
Fourth Celebration
(Speciai Correspondence of The Tribune)
ward Nash Hurley, chairman of ;
the United States Shipping
Board, returned for a woek-end visit to i
the, Traymore, and spoke of the big j
programme for launching eighty-nine
ships in the various shipyards of the
country on Independence Day.
Miss Virginia Hylan, daughter of the
Mayor of New York, arrived at the
shore, accompanied by Misa Frances
Rackes and Miss O'Hare. Lieutenant
Colonel Tra'sk headed the big delegation
of army and navy officers who came to
the Traymore for week-end visits.
The resort is preparing for a big
patriotic celebration of the Fourth of
July, and the entire Boardwalk front?
age of hotels and other buildings is be?
ing draped with the colors for the oc?
Mrs. M. S. Williamson, who is at
Haddon Hall, is entertaining Miss F. M.
Mayfield, of St. Louis. Mrs. H. M.
Arnold and Mrs. S. M. Crane are among
the New York visitors at the Chalfonte.
Mr. and Mrs. AmorjrCarhart, of Tuxedo
Park; Mr. and Mrs. T. Stuart Renison
and Miss Helen Renison are in a party
from Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Browne are New York patrons of the
Natatorium To Be
Opened on Monday
At Long Beach
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
LONG BEACH, June 29.?A nata?
torium, Castle Baths, will be
opened to-morrow at Long Beach
with a programme of swimming events
conducted under the direction of the
Women's Swimming Association. The
natatorium has 800 rooms, 1,400 lockers
and facilities that will care for more
than 2,000 guests.
In addition to a huge swimming pool
there are excellent facilities for those
who desire to finish their still water
swim with a dip in the ocean. A sub?
marine grill on the beach provides
bathers with a place to dine informally
and in comfort. An elaborate lighting
system makes it possible to accmmo
date those bathing at night. Turkish
baths and physical training depart?
ments for men and women are features
of the establishment. Hairdressing,
shampooing, manicuring parlors and
barber shop, in connection with well
appointed rest rooms, are provided.
Practically Every
Resort House Filled
At the Delaware Gap
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
Juno 29. ? To-day finds prac?
tically every resort house filled
to capacity. The Fourth of July plans
promise to make tho holiday an inter?
esting one.
Mrs. C. R. Eagle, of Brooklyn, is a
week-end arrival at the Kittatinny.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Congdon, of New
York City, have arrived at the Kitta?
tinny to spend several weeks.
Lieutenant Charles Fitzgerald and
Ensign and Mrs. George M. Stude
baker, of New York, are spending a
few days at the Glenwood.
Private dances for patrons of the
Castle Inn, besides the movies and
big musicals, are sources of enter?
Registered at the Bellevue from New
York City are Mr. and Mrs. William
Robinson, Noel Bronan and Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ohls, of Brook?
lyn, are recent arrivals at the Forest,
where Miss Mary Reed and Miss
Catharine Staller, of New York City,
are ajso staying.
Julius Siegel and Mr. C. F. Atherton,
of Brooklyn, are week-end arrivals at
the Riverview. Mrs. J. A. Darling, of
New York, is one of the Rivervicw's
The Central, with its Sunday sacred
concerts and its attractive position for
motorists, has capacity houses every
A few days before the Fourth of
July sees many changes in Mount
Pocono's population. The Mount Pleas?
ant House opened officially last Sun?
day, and although open but a week
finds itself filled to capacity and the
bookings for the Fourth are heavy.
The Pocono Mountain House, with
its private park, its mineral springs,
rustic houses and charming cosey nooks,
is enjoying a fine patronage and plans
for a big patriotic celebration on the
B'ourth in honor of the young men who
were former patrons and who are now
serving the colors.
The Mount Airy House is filled.
Among recent arrivals are Miss Mary
Forbes, Mrs. William Gleaver and Miss
Martha Simon, all of New York.
| Mr. .and Mrs. M. D. Brokaw and
j daughter, of New York City, are at
? the Spruce Cabin Inn, where they have
taken reservations for the summer.
Music To Be Summer
Feature in the Park
At Saratoga Springs
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
29.-?Many improvements have been
made in the State Reservation
where the Hathorn spring is located.
The pavilion has been remodelled and
presepts a most attractive appearance.
Hera one may obtain the w$er on the
''hot," "medium" or "cold" pian and la
any quantity, according- 'is> his ?r be?
capacity. One of the feature* of the
season here is the music The first of
the band? will begin its summer en?
gagement on the Fourth of July in the
park, and from that time on, afternoon
and evening concert? will be the pro?
gramme for the next two month?? Inci?
dent to the park music there will b*?
concerts at the large hotels morning
and evening. During Angust ale? there
will be orchestral music at the Casino,
which place, by the way, promise? te b?
*ttfe centre of attraction for the racing
crowd, which predominates the Spa at
that time.
The American Library Association
convention is dated for the entire week.
One of the principal features will b*
the address of Dr. Herbert Putnam, Li?
brarian of Congress, who will describe
the development of the war service li?
brary. Dr. HL L. Raney, of Johns Hop?
kins University, will speak along simi?
lar lines.
The first social event of the season
will be on Friday evening, when a ball
will be held at the Casino in honor
of the graduates ana former graduates
of the high school of the city.
Announcement was made this week
by Mrs. Charles Osborne, of Indianap?
olis, of the engagement of her niece,
Miss Elizabeth Barrows Fletcher, to
Charles William Brackett, son of for?
mer Senator and Mrs. Edgar T. Brack?
ett, of this city. Mr. Brackett is now
overseas serving as vice-consul at Nan?
tes, France.
Mrs. William Haskell, of Fort Hamil?
ton, is the guest of Mrs. Hiram C. Todd
at her home, Lawn View, Circular
Street. Mrs. Haskell is the wife of
Colonel William Haskell, former com?
mander of the old 69th Regiment and
now chief of operations of an American
division with the English on the Flan?
ders front.
Red Cross Activities
Lead in Interest at
Narragansett Pier
(Special Correspondence of The TrQmne)
June 29.?Members of the eot
tage colony at Narragansett
are taking up activly work for the
Red Cross, and at a recent meeting
in the Town Hall officers were chosen
for a Woman's Council of National De?
fence. The following were elected:
Mrs. Nathaniel Greene, chairman; Miss
Sara Welsh, vice-chairman; Miss Kath?
arine Bristow, secretary and treasurer:
Mrs. Walter A. Nye, chairman of the
Liberty Loan committee; Mrs. Henry
B. Kane, chairman of the child's wel?
fare; Mrs, Charles White, in charge of
food conservation, and Mis? Esther
Waters, in charge of educational work.
Mrs. Rush Sturges, of Providence,
chairman of the Rhode Island division,
spoke on organization and the general
work of the council, and Captain Bor?
den, of the 88th Canadian Highlanders,
j also spoke and gave an interesting ac?
count of life on the firing line.
The Parish House of St. Peter's-by
the-Sea has been opened for the work
of the American Red Cross, and the
sewing room will be available for
workers every afternoon, except Mon?
days and Saturdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowen, of Prov?
idence, who are cottagers here, have
. received news recently of the arrival
across the seas of their son. Donald
F. Bowen, who is with the American
expeditionary forces. Their elder son,
Joseph Bowen, spent the winter in
training at Jacksonville, Fla., and from
that city went to Newport News.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Gorman, who
are cottagers at the Pier, have four sons
in the service of the United States. Lieu
J tenant William O'Gorman is at Austin,
j Tex.; John O'Gorman is at Norfolk,
Va., and Louis O'Gorman is at New?
port. Richard O'Gorman has recently
enlisted in the naval aviation service.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry, of New
York, have returned to Narragansett
for the summer, and are occupying
their cottage on the Boston Neck Road.
Mrs. Alfred E. Norris, of Philadel?
phia, has returned to the Pier, and
will occupy her villa, the Lodge, on
Ocean Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Strong, of
Philadelphia, have arrived at The Ma?
ples, Saunderstown, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron S. Watson, of
Providence, have arrived at their coun?
try place, Matunuck, R. I.
Judge J. F. Hager and family of Cin
ennati, have arrived at Idlewild villa
in Central Street.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Harrison,
jr., of Philadelphia, have taken a cot?
tage here for the season.
Golf Course Remains
Centre of Interest
At Poland Springs
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune)
POLAND SPRINGS, Me., June 29.?
The golf course, which is in ex?
cellent condition and a? good as
any in the country, continue? to be the
centre of interest here. A low mark
was made for men early in May by
Garret A. Hobart, of Peterson, N. J.,
with 77, while Mrs. O. Frank Wood?
ward, of New York, recently made a
low 3core of 99 for women.
Mme. Sembrich is at the Poland
Springs House with friend? from New
York. Mr. and Mrs. O. Frank Wood?
ward also are there from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mille arrived at
the Poland Spring1 House this week.
Red Cross Golf
Tournament on the
Fourth at Jefferson
(Special Correspondence of The Tribune}
EFFERSON, N. H., June 29.?One of
the most interesting of the early
season golf events will be the
Red Cross tournament to be played
here on tho Fourth. A Red Croat
medal has been donated and the.
Waumbek cottage eolony is planning ta
make the affair the big ?octal event of
the early season. Many of the summer
visitors at the Waumbek and nearly
all of the cottage colony have invited
house guest? for the occasion.
The new Waumbek Hotel opened to?
day, with an unusually large number
of guests for so early in the season?

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