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Notes of the Jersey Resorts ?Affairs in Society
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?sKury Park to Entertain
Mystic Shrine Pilgrims
Newark Temple Will Pay Visit on Friday; Order of
Kssteru Star Will Hold "Rally Day" on
Tuesday; Missionaries to Meet
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SjMoiqJ Dispatch to The Tribune
ASBURY PARK, N. J., July 16.?The coming-week will be taken'up
by conventions and rallies of large fraternal organizations. Between
2,000 and 3,000 members of the order of the Mystic Shrine, are expected
here on Friday next, when Salaam Temple, of Newark, makes its third
annual pilgrimage to the shore. Edwin S. Bream, of Elizabeth, is the
potentate of Salaam Temple.
George W< Hunt, of Asbury Park, is the chairman of the general
arrangements comniitttee, which is made up of Richard R. Newman, of
Soring Lake ; J. W. Newman, of Be!mar ; Wallace R. Rankin, of Red Bank ;
William J. Blair, of Ocean Grove; W. J. Kelly, of Long Branch; Robert
Marx, of Manasquan; Clinton B. Loshen, of Keansburg, and Frank Fair
*hnn"_? r\f Pi">i?t Plon-ant <?>-?-'-?
A parade through the main streets
and avenues of Asbury Park has been
planned for the afternoon, with the
ceremonial session in the Casino early
in the evening. After this there will
be an entertainment, refreshments for
the nobles and their ladies, followed by
dancing. The city will be elaborately
decorated and lighted. Many of the
Mystic Shrine temples in this section
of the country have received invita?
tions, and there is already promise that
most of them will attend and that their
potentates and divans will be accom?
panied by Arab patrols, bands, drum
and bugle corps, and a large delegation
of nobles. Metropolitan, Brunswick
ar.d Albion hotels have been selected
as headquarters for the visiting dele?
New Municipal Open Air
Bathing Pool Is Opened
The new municipal Seventh Avenue
open air bathing pool is now open.
Considered by authorities to be one
of the finest open air swimming pools
in the country, located on the Board?
walk opposite the New Monterey Hotel,
and complete with ail .the newest, of
modern pool equipnje'ni; it promises to
be apopular summer'.rendezvous for
those'who lik* bathing,'-but do not car?
for the, surf. * ?
Fireworks will be a regular Wednes?
day night feature on the Boardwalk.
Boardwalk concessionaries, brought to
ffothor by the. president of the Cham?
ber of Commerce, decided on weekly
. programs, alternating between the
Fishing Pier and Seventh Avenue.
Members of more than thirty chap?
ters of the Order of the Eastern Star
in the northern section of New Jersey
plan to visit Asbury Park and Ocean
Grove on Tuesday, the occasion being
the annual rally day exercises from
different parts of "the"'state to the twin
cities by the sea, given u,ndcr the aus?
pices, of the Order ..of the Eastern Star
of New Jersey.
The second annual Bible conference.
and missionary convention of the
Christian'-and :-Missionary Alliance \yXT\
be held in the asbury Park Auditorium
from Friday, July 22. to Sunday, July
31. The Rev. Paul Rader. president,
pastor of Moody "Tabernacle Church,
Chicago, having just returned from an
extensive tour abroad, visiting mis?
sion stations in Palestine, India, China
and other countries, is expected to
bring interesting accounts of the work.
A series of Sunday concerts have
been inaugurated by Manager Sherman
Dennis at the New Monterey Hotel,
Stillwell's orchestra rendering the
An addition to the musical program
at the Brunswick is the ladies' or?
chestra. Miss Isabelle B'ryl?wski is tho
Despite the heat, the usual week-end
dance and entertainment at the Thed
ford was the feature of the week, when
the large, dance room,was the objective
of not. alone the hos-t of young patrons,
' but wag well attended by older vaca?
tionists of the house. Anderson's or?
chestra furnished the music.
Draw Many Visitors "
With'the Cbleman House as their
objective, a tfivong of tourists arrived i
at the resort ,to-day glad'to bo rid of
the heat of the cities and bask in the !
ocean bree?rs and refresh themselves :
with a dip in the ocean. Many of the ]
most desirable suites are occupied with
annual arrivals, while a number of Win?
ter patrons have retained their rooms
for the warm months. .
The dancing contingent of the Col?
umbia again greeted with delight the
anrival of C. J. Brunei!, who for the
past four years has been responsible
for their entertainment at this hoteL
At the Lincoln, H B. Churchill i.<4
catering to many southerners who have
followed him' from his hotel in the
warm section of the country.
The shaded verandas of the Metro?
politan, overlooking a secluded resi?
dential section of the city, make ideal
retreats for the conservative clientele
that is established there. With its
unusual following of permanent pat?
rons and full bookings over the week?
ends the Wellington is one of the fore?
most houses in the northern section of I
the city. This year the Warner Melody
Boys, of Allentown, Pa., furnish the
music for the semi-weekly dances.
Season after season finds the same
aojourners, with many additional new
ones at the Florida. At the Montauk
a capacity house is booked.
&Lively Week at Pt, Pleasant
PP Bridge Parlies an?! Dances
Occupy- Much Time
*p<vm' Dis-patch to The 7'ribun?
POINT PLEASANT REACH. July 16.
? ?Respite '.unfavorable weather Point
"pieasant's summer hosts ?to-night
closed one of the most notable weeks
o" the season.,, Most of the week's
?vents were of4 a ?lost informal nature
and therefore thoroughly enjoyable.
On Thursday afternoon many Point
Pleasant' persons Attended the bridare
and 500 party, which was given at the
Manasquan River Yacht Club, on the
Brielle side of the river. To-night
week-enti balls weie held at all of the
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rathbun and Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Altmaier. of Cleveland,
have arrived at Point Pleasant and will
remain for the rest of the season at
the Lejghton. Archier Rulon, of Phila?
delphia, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory,
and .Mrs. Joan Gregory, <f Kingston,
N. Y., also are there.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ross and Mrs.
William E. Tuchton, of Wilmington, are
at the Pine Bluff Inn. Others there are
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Tillon and Mrs. T.
./. i?acJ}anald, of New Haven, and Mrs.
.., * J-'?^r, Miss L. Ethel Hugcr and
ii. M. Huger, of Newark.
The Misses Louise, Ejhel and Flor?
ence IJartze ? and- Vr?\? S. ""Ilaa'tze, of
Brooklyn, have'been at the Carrolton.
P. C, ifitchell, Dr. James M. Mitchell,
Miss Madeleine Mitchell and Miss Helen
Hutchinson, of White Plains, are at the
Lcighton for a lengthy sojourn. An
<:'h.<:>- pai'tv recently arrjviyg there in?
cudes Mr. and Mr$. . W^A. 'I?trother,
Weyman Strothe. arid Corneille Str?th
_i", vi Aloatelsiiu
Sports Lead in Events
At Spring Lake Beach
Tennis and Golf Vie With Bath
ing and Boating for Sum?
mer Resident?' Favor
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
* SPRING LAKE BEACH, July 16.?
Sports forged into a place oCpromi
: nence on the calendar of events at
\ Spring Lake Beach this week-end. Play
, was started at the Spring Lake Golf
and Country Club in the preliminaries
of the match for the Essex and Sussex
i Hotel trophy, one of the finest cups
I awarded. Tennis enthusiasts started
, their last round of practice for the
1 north Jersey coast tennis ehampion
! Bathing and Tennis Club July 21, 22
I ships, which are to be played at the
j and 23, and arrangements were made
for the pool day activities on July 30.
Much interest was manifested by the
i society folk in the opening of the beau
! tiful new tea gardens at the Essex and
I Sussex Hotel this afternoon. The beau
! tiful Italian gardens were transformed
into a brilliantly colorful tea garden,
with bright colored umbrella tables arid
"attendants dressed in Oriental cos?
tumes. The pool was transformed into
a tine dancing floor, and the Essex and
Sussex orchestra provided the music
for the dancing. These afternoon open
air dances are to be a favored diver?
sion of the ?ociety people of Spring
Lake each afternoon through the entire
summer, and many people of social
prominence reserved tables for the
Percy L. Kynaston, present holder ol
the Casino challenge cup, will defend
his title against the winner of the
men's singles in the north Jersey coasl
championships opening next week. Th?
matches will include men's singles anc
doubles, the women's events being hel<
off for a women's championship tour
, nament which is to be played in Au
gust. Arrangements are being madi
1 for Suzanne Lenglen, the French ten
nis marvel, to play a series of e.xhibi
tion matches here, the proceeds to g>
to th? benefit of war-devastated re
gions in P'rance.
Brilliant ballroom, events to>migh
brought to an end a notable meet o
social activities. Both the Monmout;
and the Essex and Sussex were th
scenes of notable balls, and at the Bath
ing and Tennis Club the week-end af
fair was attended by an unusually larg
number of fashionable folk, especial!
of the younger set.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Breslin, Mis
Anne Breslin and Miss Ella McLaugh
lin. of New, York, arc at the Esse
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Squiers, M:
and Mrs. Harry Squier3 and Jame
Squiers jr. are registered at the Waj
ren. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rockwell, o
New York, are also among the sc
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Oourtne
and William C. Courtney jr., of Brool
lyn, also arrived yesterday. Mr. an
Mrs. George L. Watson, of New Yorl
James M. Prendergast, of Brooklyr
Mrs. J. R. Carmichae! and Dr. and Mr
C..1L Walker, of New York, arc othei
who have registered there.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Carter and Mit
Margaret Carter, of Glen Ridge, are ;
the Shorn. Mrs. Charles Egler, of Ne
York, with Franklin Egler and Charit
J. Egler havo also arrived there fi
a' stay of severa! weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Barclay,
New York, are at the Warren'and ha
become, enthusiastic equestrians. : M
and Mrs. William H. Halsted, of Broo
lyn, also are here for a month. M
and Mrs. Louis V. Bell, of New Yor
arrived at the Essex and Sussex f
the season thist week.
Surf Bathing Popular
At Seabright Beach
Club'* Annual Water Sports
Carnival Will Be Held
SEABRIGHT, July 16, -Throughout
the week-end long winding hordes <vf
tourists have arrived at this resort
from many cities seeking relief from
The Beach Club is the scene of much
bathing, net only during the morning
hours, but frequently up until the cool
part of the evening. This club is al?
ways the popular rendezvous for the
younger set, the weekly dances calling
out the summer colony and sojourners
in the hotels in large numbers.
Surf bathing at the beaches, motor?
ing in the picturesque back country,
plong the "beautiful drives that ar?
lined with attractive homes of the mil?
lionaire colony, and sport? at the vari?
ous country clubs, all go to make up
the perfect days of the week just
Much ?competition is scheduled for
the latter part of the month in golf
and yachting at the Rumson Country,
Junior members of the Beach Club
an* making preparations for the annual
water sports carnival, scheduled for
the latter part of the month.
A family party at .the Peninsula
House from Maplewood is made Up of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Mond?is. Miss M. J.
Mcndels, and Mrs. E. S. Mendels.*.
From Peking, Chin, come Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hussey.
General W. H. Allair.cf the United
States Armv. and Mrs., Allair, are ?t
j the Peninsula.
William T. Carter, "o? Newark, was
; host to a party at the Penipsula.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. P?yson, Miss
J Fnyson, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Smith,
; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Browning, Miss
! Emma Heist, Miss Virginia Brownell,
Russell Huffman, Mrs. T. G. Anthony,
Mr. and Mis. John L." Schultz, Louis S..
Ray, Mi", and Mrs". W. L. Washburn?,
Miss Dorothy Washburne, M. Stehlik,
Edmund D. Barron, of New York are at
the Peninsula House.
From Maplcwood, N. J., comes a party
made no of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hig
(?ani, Harrison Higjiam and Mis? Mary
Hmiscn. Short- Hills, is. represented by !
Mr. arid Mrs. John "Hoyt, Miss Alice j
Daisch and William Knaubc, 1
Society's Children at the Summer Beaches
Atlantic City Will
Entertain Bevy of
at Fall Fete
Girls From Many Cities to
Take Prominent Part in
Neptune Will Hold Sway
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
ATLANTIC CITY, July 16.?Beauti- |
ful girls of a score of cities are to be
special guests of Atlantic City at the
fall pageant on September 7 and 8. In?
vitations are to be sent out to the
newspapers, chambers of commerce
and other organizations of the big
towns asking them to select by vote
or otherwise the girl who chiefly rep?
resents the beauty type of her com?
munity. Each of these will be invited
with a chaperone to occupy apartments
in the beach front hotels and to act as
maid of honor to King Neptune, who is
to rule what is intended to be the
greatest outdoor f?te ever held at the
September 7 will mark the formal
arrival of Neptune in a golden barge,
in which he will parade the Boardwalk
and hold a reception on the Million |
Dollar Pier. On Wednesday the visi*? i
ing beauties will lead the bathers' re- |
vue on the strand and will later oc?
cupy the leading chairs in the.rolling!
chair parade, which is to cover both
boardwalk and ?venues. A Governor's
ball, with heads of several state and
other notables, will conclude the two
days of frolic. .
The heat wave of the early week
started another shoreward pilgrimage
which brought thousands of new bath?
ers to the. shore. Surf crowds are the
largest in years, and there was an in?
flux of fishermen, golfers and other
followers of outdoor sport.
Travel From New York
Expected to Increase Daily
Travel from New York will increase
with each passing day, according to
hotel managers and room clerks, who |
are booking many new reservations.
Mrs. Martin R. Williams, of New
York City, arrived at the Marlborough- !
Blenheim with Mrs. Arthur Williams,
of Piermont, N, Y. Miss Ray Grimm. '<
of New York, was the luncheon guest !
of Mrs. K. E. Tripple, of Philadelphia, i
at the Marlborough-Blenheim.
Mrs. C. Crosby Thompson and Mr. i
and Mrs. R. H. Burnside, of New York,
are among the newcomers at the Tray
more. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitney,
Miss Violet Whitney and Miss Lois
Whitney are in a family party from
New York at the Traymore.
Mrs. Henry'F. Jeffries, of New York,
is entertaining Mrs. Ella Rogers, of
'Louisville, Ky., at the Dennis. Mrs.
Mary England, of New York, is at the I
Dennis, accompanied by Miss Eva Eng-|
land and Miss Emily England. j
Mr. #nd Mrs. H. H. Lindsey and Mas-}
ter Lindsey are in a family party from i
New York at the Ambassador. Mr. and I
Mrs. . W. A. Knight and Miss Lillian
Coons are among the newcomers from
New York at the Ritz-Carlton. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fitch, who passed
the early season at Jacksonville, have.)
arrived at the Hotel Strand. Mrs. John
Hackett and H- G. Hackett, of Hyde
Park/N. Y., are. at the Holmhurst. J
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sullivan and
Harold William McAvoy have joined
the New York colony at the Shelburne.
Mr. and Mrs. William Curty, Mrs. W.
H. Cuddy and Miss L. A. Long are in a
party from Mountain Lake's at the St.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lamper,. who
have been at Asbury Park, motored to
the Breakers. Mr. and Mrs. George
Weaver have joined the New York col?
ony at fne Breakers.
Miss Kathryn E. Andrews, of New
-York City, is visiting Mrs. E. M.
O'Brien, of New Rochelle. M. Felix
Paubi, Mlle. Valentine McNair and
Mme. Emelien Maier, of Paris, have
, joined the foreign colony at the
John Nelson, of Brooklyn, is with
\ Paul Phii?ps at the Alamac. Miss
Sallic Houghton and Miss Mae J. Rob?
ertson are new arrivals in the New
York summer colony at the Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barry have joined
the New York contingent at the Hotel
Edison. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson
and Miss Mary Wilson are in a family
party from New York at the Hotel
Mrs. Trimoie Bradley and George
Broodhurst have arrived at the Am?
bassador with their secretaries to col?
laborate ou a new play. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Gordoni arrived at the Ambas?
sador from New York for a week's
stay. Mrs. Gordoni is better known as
Mr. ?md Mrs. James F. Sinclair. Mrs.
N. F. Paige, T. Ray Sargent, Gibson
Willets, Miss Ann Hastings, A. J
Goeffrey and Mary Go?ffrey, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Sprague and Mr. and Mr.s
M. T. MacDonald are among the othet
New Yorkers who have arrived at the
Ambassador. Harrison Anodes, th?
author, has arrived at the* same hote!
to stay, eeveral weeks.
Jersey WC T. IL
At Ocean Grove
Methodist Church Conducts
Summer Missions School ;
Bishop Leonard to Preach
in the Auditorium To-day
Special. Dispatch to The. Trib?ne
OCEAN GROVE, N. J., July 16? Cic
colini, the tenor, gave a recital at the
Auditorium to-night. Next Thursday
evening Eddy Brown, American violin?
ist, has been engaged. The assisting
artist will be Mme. Genia Fonariova,
Increased attendance, the presence
of Bishop Joseph F. Berry ..for the
first time on Sunday this season, and
sermons by distinguished leaders of
Methodism marked last Sunday's serv?
ices in the Ocean Grove Auditorium. At
to-morrow morning's services Bishop
Adna W. Leonard, of San Francisco,
will speak; he will also take charge of
the evening service. On Monday eve?
ning, Bishop Leonard will deliver his
lecture, "The Red Menace."
The annual institute of the state W.
C. T. U. was held here this week. Daily
meetings were held both morning, aft?
ernoon and evening. Assemblywoman
Jennie Van Ness was the principal
speaker at an afternoon session, her
topic, "Women in Politics," being par?
ticularly timely. There were other ad?
dresses on "Law Enforcement," "Toil?
ing Millions," "Moving Pictures" and |
"\\omen Who Work." Miss Esther F.
Elferth, state president, presided.
A summer school of missions, which
is an annual feature of both the Ocean
Giove summer program and of the
Home and Foreign Missionary societies
of the Methodist-Episcopal Church, was
riso held in the camp meeting resort.
Mrs. May Leonard Woodruff presided
over the sessions. Miss Edith Freder?
icks, of Kiukiang, China, gave an ad?
dress on Thursday evening.
Among recent guests registered at
the Boscobel arc: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Reed. Miss B. 0. Wagner, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving J. Pratt, Plainfield;
Jerry Bolles and Mrs. Bolles, Newark;
Mrs. J. McElhaney, Joseph 0. Mc
G.overn, New Brunswick; Cecil Piller,
Mabel Wheeler, Elizabeth Marshall,!
At the Sampler Inn are: Mrs. Ida
Parry, Esther B. Bellingsfest, Phila?
delphia; Miss M. Hoagland, Plain
field; Margaret Ruch, Bethlehem, Pa.;
Jeannette M. Schadt, Newark; Ruth
K. Cramer, Mary A. Conlin, Pitts
nek!. Mass.; W. R: Perry, Marion ;
Hayden, Isabelle Hayden, S. W. Hay- j
den, Kate H. Hayden, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Moore, Binghamton. '
At the Grand Atlantic are: Mrs. j
J. V. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Beed- !
1er. William H. Mellick. Dorothy!
Meurer, Mr. and Mrs. Morton J.
Klaak, Philadelphia; Mrs. A. Slater
and daughter, East Orange; Kather-i
inc and M. Endross, Piainneld.
i Alley town Visitors -
Find. Diversion in
Golf and Bathing
New Yorkers Prominent in
Summer Colony Com?
posed of Residents E'ront
Every Section of Country
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
ALLENUURST, July 16. Real sum?
mer life has set in at this fashion?
able resort. The bathing this year
has taken on an importance never be?
Abe Mitchell and George Dunn, two
of England's "Big Four" of the golf
world, met Hutchison and Barnes on
Monday on the course of the Pclham
Country Club, in Westehester.
Mrs. D. M. Cobb and Miss Marie
Cobb, of Norfolk, Va? have taken a
cottage on Edgemont Drive, Loch Ar?
Mr. and Mrs. Philip McDuffie and
their four children have arrived from
Atlanta to pass the summer at }ll Cor
lies Avenue, Allenhurst.
D. S. de Jongh, of New York and
Cuba, has completed his summer home
on the lake. Several other Cuban
families now here include F. Bacardi,
of Cuba and New York, and S. E. Ros
and his brother, who recently pur?
chased the adjoining Kellner place, fac?
ing Deal Lake.
Colonel O. S. Hershman, of Pitts?
burgh, has opened his summer home.
Charles E. Whelan is in his house
on the ocean front.
Judge Edward B. La Fetra, of New
York, and Mrs. La Fetra are also oc?
cupying their cottage.
Among the recent arrivals from New
Ycrk at the Hathaway Inn are A. Lin?
coln Ranch, Dr. and Mrs. I. Weiner,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ward, E. D. Bromham
and E. S. Ayer.
Dr. F. HotTecker. of Elizabeth, N. J?
was host to a party of friends at the
A family party from Brooklyn, stop?
ping at the same house, includes Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Faust and their
daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Anna I
Faust. Other visitors from Brooklyn I
include F. Hotze, C. Montfort, Miss E. I
M Johnson, Mrs. Frances I. McGarey,
Miss Margaret G. O'Brien and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rice, E. H. Rice
and Miss Nancy Rice, of Orange, are
also at the Allenhurst Inn.
New Yorkers at Block Island
BLOCK ISLAND, R. L, July 14. -Sev?
eral guests from New York City are
stopping at the Ocean View Hotel
rere. They are C. B. Greelcy, Mrs.
Frederick F. Wilkes, Arthur L. Tunis,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wyeth, Captain
E. J. Benson, of the New York Yacht
Club; Mrs. Faggett, Mrs. John Lun
die, Mrs. P. H Schepp and her son.
B. A. Shotwel!, Mr. "and Mrs. Albert
A, Woltge, Commodore Harry Ander-j
??on, of the New York Yacht Club, and
Miss Schaffner 1
Golf Me?is Draw
lo Long Branch
Women's Tourney at West
End Club Nears End;
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
LONG BRANCH, M*. J., July IC-The
j eyes of the golfing world have been
centered on (he international four?
some which was played hern on Thurs?
day at the West End Club, in which
?lock Hutchison and James A. Donald?
son played against the British invaders,
George Duncan and Abe Mitchell.
Golf clubs throughout the country
have been clamoring for an opportun
j ity to play host to the 1921 visitors,
?and they were given a rousing welcome
j by the local gallery.
Their schedule is being arranged by
j Sunnier Hollander, of New York City,
i who, in making up their itinerary, has
i taken precautions to prevent a recur
I rence of the overwork which was
heaped upon Vardon and Ray last
year. The latter pair, toward the close
o? their visit, were almost fagged out
by their strenuous day-in and day-out
schedule. The bookings for Duncan
and Mitchell have been arranged so
that they will have two days of rest
practically every week of their tour.
To-day marked the opening of the
active golfing season as far as the
tournaments for women were con?
cerned, the sem-finals for the Club cup
at the West End Club having bee/i
played off. The finals will be played
Entries for the horse show to be held'
by the Monmouth County Horse Show
Association at Hollywood Park closed
on Thursday. This will mark the
twenty-eighth annual show in the his?
tory of the association, which wa3
started way back in 1893, when horse
racing was the stellar feature at Mon?
mouth Park. The show will be held
July 28, 29 and 30. Governor Edward I.
Edwards has notified the association
that he will attend on the second day
with several members of his staff, in?
cluding Brigadier-General Howard S.
Island Heights Yacht Club
Prepares to Play the Host
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
ISLAND HEIGHTS. N. J.. July 16.?;
The Island Heights Yacht Club, one of
the affiliated organizations of the ?
Barnegat Bay Yacht Racing Associa- ;
tion, will play host to many visiting'
yachtsmen this year on the occasions
when the association's races are sailed ,
over the Island Heights course. Dances, I
cards and teas also help to enliven i
things at the club and add to the so
cial brilliance of the season here. The I
social life is beginning to feel the im- |
petus of eager society folk, and sport- j
ing events are all under way.
Holiday House, conducted for the last
eight years as a vacation house I
by the Girls' Friendly Society of !
the Diocese of New Jersey, and j
comprising some three or four acres, \
together with a bathing beach and i
an orchard, has been purchased by i
the society. This purchase was made
possible through the generosity of a i
friend, and it is to be a memorial to j
Miss Caroline Conover, of Princton.j
diocesan president from 1900 to 1901 j
and secretary from* 1910 to 1915. The ?
house will remaintopen throughout th?"j
summer, and will close the day after
Labor Day. I
Lake Placid Y. C.
For Busy Season
j Carnival of Lanterns Will Be
Held Friday; Prizes To Be
Given for Best Decorated
Float, Canoe and Rowboat
Special Dispatch, to The Tribune
LAKE PLACID, N. Y., July 16.?The
season of the Lake Placid Yacht Club
got under way to-day at a special
! meeting called to make arrangements
foi the season's activities and electing
a treasurer to fill the vacancy caused
I by the resignation of William J. Mc
j Convill of Brooklyn.
William R. Lyman of Philadelphia,
for many year? commodore of the
yacht cl'jb, who recently arrived with
Mrs. Lyman and Miss Chamberlin at
j Camp Red Wing; Dr. Henry O.
i Marcy, jr., of Brook!ine, Mass., pres?
ent commodore of the club, who re?
cently arrived and opened Camp Green
: Top; Carl B. Good of Newark, now at
? Camp Ne-an-doc for the season;
j Thomas McNeir of New York, recent?
ly arrived at Camp Moho, and A. L. D.
! Warner of New York, who has opened
his Camp Littlebrook for the season,
are a committee of judges invited to
: make the awards in a Carnival of
j Lanterns for which preparations are
j now going forward at Whiteface Inn
| and in the nearby camps.
The carnival, preparations for
I which are under the general direction
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sweeney, will
i take place next Friday evening. The
j awards, which are in three classes,
A, B and C, are respectively for the
j best decorated float, rowboat ?rid canoe,
j each to be designed in lanterns. The
reviewing stand will be at the White
face Inn dock.
Campers returned this week include
Victor Herbert, who will pass the re?
mainder of the season with Mrs. Her
; bcrt and Miss Herbert at Camp Joy
huid. Henry F. Pope and family of
; Cleveland have leased the Dangler
! camp for the season. Philo C. Fuller
! anc. family of Grand Rapids have ar?
rived at the Fuller camp on Hawk
I Island. William Barry and family of
I Rochester, who are among recent ar?
rivals, have opened the Gull Rock camo.
G. A. Hopkinson and family of New
! York have arrived for the season at
i Camp Katonah. Thomas McNeir and
family of New York are at Camp
Moho for the season and S. Strauss
i and family of New York are at Breezy
! Point for the season. C. F. Doscher
of New York has been joined by Mi's.
Doscher and son at Whiteface Inn for
the season. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ven
ner of New York are spending several
weeks at Whiteface Inn. Mrs. Dwight
M. Harris and Miss L. M. Fiss of New
York are at Whiteface Inn for July.
Mrs. C. M. Grant of New York has
been joined by her cousin Miss Eliza?
beth Washburn, of Rye, at Whiteface
Inn. Others from New York recently
arrived at Whiteface Inn include:
Mr. and Mrs. James Glen, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Hillson, Mme. Olga Hoppe,
Miss Hoppe, Malcolm C. Ludlam, A.
E. Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Thayer, Miss Thayer, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Smith and Miss Smith.
Among the sojourners of previous
seasons returned this week for the
season at the Stevens House are
Thomas F. Smith, secretary of Tam?
many Hall, and Mrs. Smith. Their
daughters and son will join them later.
Mrs. E. Raub and Miss M. Botzuni,
oi New York, have returned for their
annual sojourn at the Stevens House.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Chapman also have
returned for the season at this hotel.
Both Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kurt, of
New York, who are spending the
month of July at the Stevens House,
are enthusiastic golfers and arc de?
voting much time to the sport. Mr!
and Mrs. George H. Waltz, of New
York, are spending a fortnight at the
John Hope, Jerome. B. Flynn, Mrs.
D. Sullivan, Miss Sullivan, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Sigel, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Smith, Edward A. Comtode and Miss
G. Hall are others from New York
sojourning at the Stevens House.
Recently arrived at the Grand View
are Harry S. Lyons, secret* fy of the
New York State Boxing Commission,
Mrs. Lyons and child, who will re?
main through July. They are accom?
panied by Mrs. Lyons's mother, Mrs.
Agner. Bagnall, of Brooklyn.
Mrs. M. F. Sheehan, Miss Honore
Sheehan and Richard Sheehan, of New
York, are at the Grand View for the I
Governor Miller Guest
At Briarcliff Lodge
Slate Chief and Member* of!
Board of Estimate Stay at
Westell ester Resort
One of the guests at Briarcliff Lodge
during the week was Governor Miller,
who, with the members of the State
Board of Estimate and Control, stopped
there. Thursday night en route to Al?
bany from the metropolitan district,
where he had been inspecting state in?
stitutions. Included in the party were:
The Governor, State Comptroller
James A. Wendell. State Architect
Lewis F. Pilcher, Chaiiman Joseph A.
McGinnies, of the Assembly Wavs and
Means Committee; W. Ward Smith,
secretary to the Governor; Senator
Charles S. Hewitt, chairman of the
Senate Finance Committee; M.ason G.
Hutchins, Leon P. Ditmars and Dr.
Walter B. James.
Some others who were guests over
the week-end were Mrs. William La
throp Hopkins and Mrs. Richard Hop?
kins, of Short Hills, N. J.; Mrs. Wil?
liam Loring Andrews, of 16 East 38tn
Street; Henry E. Gregory, of G4
West 41th Street; Mrs. Eli K. Rob?
inson, of 540 Park Avenue, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Gertrude Louise
Robinson, and Colonel William Barclay
Parsons, who was visiting his mother,
Mrs. W. B. Parsons, of New York.
Other recent guests from New York
include Mr. and Mrs. J. Branson Wal?
ker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Raphael, M.
G. and J. B. Morgan, J. M. A. Brophy,
Mrs. Robert Milton and Paul R. Milton,
Mrs. H. W. Kalt, Mr. and Mrs. William
Basse?, Mr. and Mrs. W. Stadart,
Thomas A. White and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Michael Friedsam, president of B.
Altman & Co., motored un from the
city last Wednesdav and is resting for
a few days at the Lodge.
Among the prominent out-of-town
folk, many of them motor tourists,
registered at Briarcliff the past week
were P. S. Collins, general manager of
the Curtis Publishing Company, Phila?
delphia, and Mrs. Collins; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Harlan, of Merion, Pa.;
Mrs. B. B. Young and daughter. Miss
Janet S. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. T. Chalk
ley Palmer, of Media, Pa.; Mr, and,
Mrs. B. B. Bromall and Dr. Anna T.
Bromall, of Chester, Pa., and George
Those from more distant points in?
clude Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fuller, of
Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D.Chris?
tian, from Lynchburg, Va.; Henry L.
Rowe, of Brookline. Mass.; Mrs. David
L. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wra.
McMillen, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs.
| J. A- Blood, of Moundsville, W. Va.,
I and Mrs. C. D. Vail, of Geneva, N. U.
Kas Revival of
Equine Aquatics Popular
With Member? of Early
Risers' Club; Younger Set
Organizes Swimming Class?
SpecUiUD'.fpatch to Thr Tribune
UPPFg SARANAC, X. Y.. July Ifi.?
! Among s?journer?, in the camps and st
! Saranae Inn there is a revival of i-.
! terest in motor boat:ng, with the re
I suit that a series of races between
some of the speed boats on the lake
will be arranged soon. In the opening
'. race of the season between the sp.ejy
; Anna, owned by S. P. Howe, of, M<r
, chantviile. N. J., who is at Saranae Inn
: for the season, and the fast boat of
; Henry H. Firth, of Philadelphia, tbe
j Anna was the winner.
Equine aquatics, in which members
! of the Earlv Risers Riding Club,
I forming here under the leadership of
! Mrs. Ambrose Preece, of Washington.
; ride their mounts into the cooling
? waters of the lake on the Saranae Inn
; beach, have furnish'"] unusual spcrt
i for the members of the summer colony
1 and have been enjoyed apparently n
much by the horses as by their rider?.
The members of the younger set ha;e
! taken to swimming and a iarge claBs
? has been organized by Frank Leslie
! Wilson, of New York. Early morning
; plunges as a breakfast appetizer have
\ called forth many lovers of the sport.
The members of the Northern New
York Underwriters' Association, who
; have been in convention here through
: out the. week, have been having a merry
time motoring to points of interest,
\ playing golf, fishing and bathing.
j Among the small dinner parties of
the week at Saranae Ina was that given
? for a few friends by Countess Pccori:??,
j who is at Camp Hideaway, accompanind
i by her son. Howard Steam? and Miss
; Wallace, of New York.
Harrington Mills, manager of Sara
j Jiac Inn, was host on a large scale at
tw_> big dinner parties, at one of which
: he entertained twenty young men from
j the Ruth Summer School on Osgood
I Lake, and at the other seventy bo _
: from the Blarden summer camp on the
i Upper Saranae.
( Among campers arrived the last week
j were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Marburg,
| of Baltimore, who have gone to their
? camp on the Upper Saranae, accompa?
nied by their son. Charles, and their
i daughter, Mme. T. Van Strakenberg
! Strahone, and child, of Pans,
j Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Brokaw, of
] Glen Cove, have leased Pine Brook
; camp for the season and Mr::. Brokaw
is among the recent arrival?. Mrs.
j Henry J. Godfrey and Master Godfrey,
of New York, have arrived and opened
Sunset Lodge. Blythemere Lodge has
' been opened for the season by Stanley
A. Richter and family, of New York.
Among permanent campers on this
i lake to arrive this week wcvv Mr and
Mrs. John (,. Agar of New STork, at
their camp, and Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Swenson, of New York, at their camp.
Camp-in-thc-Way ha= been opened
for the season by Sherman Flint, of
Islip. L. I., brother of Dr. Austin Flint.
Among those from New York recently
arrived at Saranae inn for the reason
is Mrs. J. Arden Han ?man, who is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. H. H. Landon,
and Mr. Landon, who this season oc?
cupy the Gray cottage at the inn.
Open Tennis Tourney
Scheduled at Belmar
Inlet Club Will Hold Competi?
tions First Week in August;
| Boat Races Draw Interest
al Dispatch to The Tr I
j BELMAR, N. .;.. July ?.;. Vrrange
ments have been completed by Dr .'.
i W. tlassler, chairman of ths tennis
? committee ai- the Inlet Tennis < lui?.
for the staging of an open tennis tour
j nament umirr the sanction of Mir
: United States Lawn Tennis Association,
! to be held on the club court., ??urine thr
j first week of August. The program
? will include doubles and singles for
men und women, in addition to mixed
doubles. Entries will close July 30.
With the formal opening last week o?
the racing season at the Belmar Yacht
Club interest in boat racing- of every
description has bopn on the increase.
Boats have been put in .snap?1 for the
past ?several weeks and taken out for
trial spins over the course. Indication;
all point to keen competition for
club cup ibis summer. The champion
ship trophy is now held by William
F. Sieman, of South Orange. This was
won last year when Sieman's boat was
sailed by Captain Clarence. Stimes
has this year entered a boat of his own,
having purchased No. 3 from 11. C.
Moyer. This will pass the responsibil?
ity of defending the title to William S,
Sieman jr., who will sail bis father's
The Association of Surf Anglers has
set aside August 20 for the tournament
day of the Belmar Fishing Club. As
usual the prizes will be up to, if not
better, than in previous year?.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allsopp. of
Newark, former summer residents of
Asbury Park, are passing the -
on Third Avenue.
Miss Dorothy Rjpley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright Ripley, for?
merly of Newark, departed' i<ii Wednes?
day with a party of school friends for
a trip abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steele jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Cunningham,
with their little daugher. Sirley, of
Union, N. J., are occupying a bungalow
on Sixteenth Avenue.
Gov. Edwards Reviews
State Guard at Sea Girt
Gen. Borden and Staff Arrive
With li3th Inf.; Many Mili?
tary Aetivities Scheduled
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
SEA GIRT, N. J., July 16.?The in?
auguration of the military activities at
the state reservation here this week
brought with it a return of the pomp,
color and gayety of the social activities
incident to the camp. Yesterday Gov?
ernor Edwards entertained several hun
dred prominent men at the first of the
five Governor's Day celebrations which
are to take place here this season. An
outdoor luncheon was served on the
lawn adjacent to the executive man?
sion. , .
Troops of the 114th Infantry, who
are in ?amo for a two weeks' period ot
instruction, appeared in a review which
was tendered to Governor Edwards by
Colonel Winfield S. Price, the regi?
mental commander, late in the *tter"
noon. To-day, with the arrival of the
113th Infantry, the North Jersey unit,
the tented city was transformed from ?*
regimental into a brigade encampmen..
Brigadier General Howard S. Borden,
millionaire sportsman of Oceanic, wno
commands the brigade, arrived with his
staff this morning. Governor Edwaras
and the members of his military stan
welcomed the incoming troops ?ronii UM
lawn in front of the Little Whit?
House, and the members of the uov
ernors household were on the verity
das to wave a welcome to the troa"Ps