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TH3 '5TO 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY T, TWO.
LAKEWOOD USING arafi popular MEN AND WOMEN OF NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA AT PALM BEACH. AT PA1H BEACH 11 TTipyThnragh the Ckrads En joyed Like Golf and Fishing. NEW YORK COLONY GROWS Private Cars, Yachts and Houseboats Take Travellers from the North to Florida. PAESr BEACH, Fla, Jim. L-Trav-ntas by air has becexs such a popular rtastimo hens that flying baa been Added to the list of dally sports. Including golf, tennis, bathing, fishing, bicycling and wheel chair riding, and the host or hostess entertaining a taouso party In making plnns for tho day arranges perhapa a four some for golf, or deep -:a flsl g and an other foursomo or a flight tb Btmlnl IMand or Vlami or a trip through the elnuds fora bird's cyo vicwof Palm Beach, Flench. Captain George Garrett Dtmn, Jr, a wen known array aviator who waa In Prance !n charge of supplies for the squadrons roing to tho froi during tho war, carries pas&ngers aloft each pleasant day hi his flylnp boat. Cjptaln Dunn Is associated with' Frank Mir.fi, of tho Essington School of Aviation in Philadelphia, who Is also an Instructor, and when not making1 flights In rngared in teaching society people to fly. Among thosa who recently made a trip through the clouds are Mr. and Sirs. Hush do L. Wllloue'iby, Jr., who are here on ty-elr houseboat Seminole Queen; Mrs. Jn- h King Clarke, who lately arrived from P.t'ladulphla at her lake front home; .(r. and Mrs. David Randolph Calhoun, of St Ioulj, who ere "ecupylng their cottage; Mr. jiil Mrs. William G. Warden, who :il.o have a house; Mrs. rchlbald Mc Nell, wh, was Miss Ann Orr, erst -hllc i.rlina donna tf "bhos a Gool Follow, .MIH 1 bel Chaso and her brother Harold Chase, ot Coronado Beach, who aro tho guests of their uncle, Mr. Add-on Mizncr. Mr. Joseph Biter, who Is entertaining a largo party at his home, Al Ponlcnte, also rnale his first flight during the. week with ..evcral of his guosts, including Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Dlllman, the latter profes sionally known as Miss .Marjorle Ram- bran; Mme. Olga Samaroff, pianist, who in private llfo is Mrs. Leopold Stokowskl, wife of tho conductor of tho Philadelphia Orchestra; Lester Donahue, one of the ounger American concert pianists; Miss IIosh Wirthlln, a well known contralto inger from New York; Mrs. A. Buck ninster Williams, Miss Marlon MeLane, Mr. Edward L. Valll and Mr. Andrew F. i'ulton. all from New York. Mniilcal Colony Represented. Mme. Samaroff and Mr. Donahno were ' oth heard at concerts during tho week iven In tho- new music room of Mr, niter's homo for his friends who are l ivers of good music. Josef Hofmann, ho was hero for a few days early m the week, with Mrs. Hofmann, were the prln I'ipal guests at a luncheon given by Mr. Ititcr on board his houseboat Mr. and Mr. Hofmann. who have a home in Aiken. S. C, were on a tour of the Florida resorts, having stopped at Cloar Lake and Tampa, from whero they went by automo bile to Miami. From Miami they motored to Palm Beach and thence to Jacksonville. Mr. Kdward R. Thomas, who owns the mly seaplane hero at present not used 'or commercial purposes, recently became i member of tho Bimlnl Bay Rod and Gun flub, and has made a number of flights to Tilmlni Island, whero they aro building : elubhouso to accommodate about sev- nty-flvo members, and will have In addi i in some thirty or forty tents to accom " oilato tho overflow. Private cars, yachts and houseboats hich were absent during tho war, aro. arriving daily. Tho private car Idle ;,-ur- brought the Vandcrbllt party, In- 'inline; Messrs. William K. Vandcrbllt ml Frederick W. Vanderbllt who had i t bctn here for several years, and who e' at tho Royal Polnciana in company Hli Wlnfleld 45. Hoyt and Dr. George A. I -ixon. Mr. Payne Whitney came down early m re week on his private car Wanderer, .ending a couple of days at the Poln- Una with Lawrence Watcrbury, Kdward V McCullough and Finley Peter Dunne, ho accompanied him. Mr. Whitney is vpi'cted to return later In the season i 'icn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pavne Whlt- 'V win also bo here. Tho houseboat 1 .iptlvn 1r awaiting them In Jacksonville, rim houseboat Silouan. owned by Mr, nd Mrs. Walter C. Witherbce, of New "- rk, and named for their three children, 1 is, Louise and Ann, Is again In Lake ' orth after an absence of several sea. rms. Miss Louise Witherbce, who was ersens doing war work and who re- irncd last March, Is with her family r -ro and her brother, Mr. Silas Wltherbee, hose marriago to Miss Allco Kortright -eurred soon after his return from oyer - 'as. will probably Join the party later In ine season. 'Io yacht Eagle Point, owned by Mr. . nd Mrs. H. N. Baruch, has Just made ! r appearance In Lake Worth after be i "g overhauled. Tho Baruchs, who have rottago hero, will .cruise later In the vson. Mr. Henry W, Savage's houseboat i 'orinda is hero under charter to Mr. and Irs. George Ellis, Jr., of New York. Mr ". F. Proctor reached here early In the eel: on board his cabin cruiser Gcorgl na and the Lawrence Armour yacht ' hleftain is also at anchor in Lake 'Vorth. Mr. Robert L. Ireland, who Is taylng at the Breakers, has chartered lie houseboat Siesta, and has given1 scv- - ral luncheons and dinners on board dur ng the week. Tho yacht Galatea, built the past sunv mer for Mr. and Mrs. Pcrro Lorillard Bar bey, has also recently appeared In Lake Worth and the Barbeys do considerable entertaining on board. Mr. John M. L. llulherford accompanied Mr. Barboy to Jacksonville to bring the Galatea down. Colonel Robert M. Thompson's hous- toat Everglades, In which he has visited Palm Beach for a number of years past, M one of the largest craft here at present Mr. and Mrs. James King Clarke also liave their yacht Sunbeam at anchor in Tike Worth opposite their home. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross Campbell take frequent trips op board their yacht The Quakeress, and Mr. Louis G. Kauffman, who recently purchased the home of Mr. M. 8. Frlede, has also purchased his yacht Barnta. AT OLD POINT COMFOBT. SLEIGHS APSKS1S One Form of Oatdoor Sport TdSkm the Other At the Hotels from New York. SPORTSMEN AFTER TDM IN FLORIDA Fish Appear There and Handsome Prizes Are Offered for Biggest Ones Taken. OLD POINT COMPORT. Va.. Jan. Xt The temperate cllmato here has at tracted many persons from New Tork this week. A school of dramatics for enlisted men Is one of the developments at Fortress Mohroo which promise en tertainment This department of camp activity plans to operate at the new Liberty Theatre which will open at Old P!nt next week. from New York at the Chamberlln nre Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Robinson, Mr and Mrs. John Stuart. Mrs. W. T. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adam ion, the Rev. and Mrs. M K. Crawford, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Jablou, Mr. and Mrx. Iuls W. Harlem, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tiillaferro and Mr..and Mrs. Monro KabH. MIAMI, Fla Jan. JL The appearance this season of tnna In these waters has an added Interest for anglers, who formerly had to go to Catalma Islands, to the Pa cific, for this sport A tuna weighing 350 pounds was recently taken in the bay by a local boatman, making the second large one taken here this winter. Many small ones have been caught The Miami Anglenr" Club win add a prlzo for tho largest tuna to the already long list of prizes for fishes caught by members of the club. A large number of prizes are offered by banking concerns and inerchants, aa well as by Individuals, which mako tho sport very alluring. Among well known writers and publishers here who arc interested In the sport are Mr. J. H. Wood, of Forest and Stream, who Is passing some time among the keys fishing, and Mr. Barton W. Currle, of Philadelphia, editor of The Country Gentleman, who Is a guest of Mr. Ed W. Howe, of Atchison, Kansas, at the Gralynne Hotel. In a party that made the trip here from New York by automobile are Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Corwln, of Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Southworth and son, Albert of Montclair, N. J. They aro at the Gralyn Hotel Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Moss, of New York, are with Mr. and Mrs. John P. Logan at their homo la Point View. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. French and Mr. and Mrs. R. Weed, of Auburn, N. Y aro at the Halcyon. At the Royal Palm from New York are Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith, E. G. Jouber", Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zimmer. Jr.. Mr. Thomas Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gi'- roy, Mr. j. H. Harding, Mr. Edwin J. Sander, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Teal, Miss E. R. Remington, Miss Graco Warren Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marks. Mrs. E. V. Glroux. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Phillips. Miss Graco A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. G. Richard Davis, Mr. Walter A. Evans, Ygnaclo I de la Bara, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pratt Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. New man, Mr. Frederick W. pelzer. Mr. L. E Roberts. Mr, Bancroft Smith, Mr. Carroll '. Goran, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Other cities Mr. and Mrs. narry Bach- arach, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Techenback, Atlantic City; Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fullenwelder, of Hnron, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Atha. of Newark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Northaway, of Rochester, N. Y. The committee of the midwinter motor- boat regatta announced lti programme this week for the various races to bo run over the courses In Biscayne Bay and also the races between Miami and Bimlnl Key and Miami and Gun Key. Instead of having all tho races In one week, they will be extended over four weeks, with the chief event on Saturday. Beginning February H the races will be run every aSlurday until and including March C These Saturday races will be tho long distance ones for express cruis ers and races over the local courses. Handsome trophies are offered for these races nnd It is expected that more boats will participate! than at anv time since tho beginning of the war. With the re lease of many motor boats used by the navy for coast patrol, they are again In private ownership and aro now In Florida waters for the winter season. Tho motor boat races and the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club events are the smart sport functions of the season here. Aeroplanlng has passed from the fad stage to a regular feature of transpor tation In Miami. Tho Aero Limited has established a bl-wookly schedule between Miami and Nassau, nnd will make trips to Key West Havana, Bimlnl Island and Palm Beach by arrangement One of the largest parties to go by air to Bimlnl Island was composed of Mr. Leonard Gray, of Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. Goorge Whycl, of Unlontown, Ta.: Mrs. William H. March, Mr. Charles Thompson and Mr. T. J. Peters, of Miami. They flew over and back the same day. Mrs. W. A. Grozler, of Melrose, Mass., made the trip to Key West by air. BERMUDA'S SPORTS INCLUDE GYMKHANA Mounted Contests to Take Place at Horse Show at Military Headquarters. . No. 1 Mr. Rodman Wanamaker. 2d. and Mrs. Gumee Munn. No. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McNeil. No. 3 Mr. and Mr. E. R. Tbomat and Mrs. Leland S terry. No. 4 Mrs. Charles B. Dillingham and Min Marjorie Newton. FLIES TO CATCH TRAIN FOR NORTH AT DE LAND, IXA. DE TjAND. Fla., Jan. Sl-Mr. Robert Lowell, secretary and manager of the Dixie Air Service, Just made an agree ment with De Land and the Commercial Club for an nvlatlon field, and the Dixie Air Service, which has fields at Sanford and Eustls, hopes to open one here for passenger service by the middle of Feb ruary. Local anglers have a new fishing rec ord to beat Ono day this week Mr. Woolveton, of South Bend, Ind., returned from a trip of a fow hours on the St John River with eight bass, each of which weighed more than four pounds. He used an artificial minnow bait although speckled perch and bream are being caught In large numbers with cut bait,. worms and crooked pole. Mrs. George Gould, of Buffalo, N. Y., Is at De Leon Springs. Judge and Mrs. W. T. Dunmore, of Utiea, N. Y.; Mi. and Mrs. D. H. Henry, of Geneva, N Y., and Dr. O. S. Henry, of New York, are at tho Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kelly, pf New York, aro at Putnam Inn. Mrs. A. E. DIsbrow, ot Orange, N. J.. Is at the Melrose for the season. At the College Arms are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bill, Miss Virginia Bill. Ogdcnsburg, V. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Miller, Montclair, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oimstead and Mr. A. F. Olmstead. Boston. Mass. Mr. Joseph Tobin, of Nova Scotia, Finds Way to Leave Daytona, Fla. Many Yachts There. ORMOND BEACH. Fla.. Jan. n. trains or the missing of a train no longer hold any terrors In Daytona. On last Tuesday Mr. Joseph Tobin. of Halifax, N. S., received a telegram calling him home. The fact train for the North had gone, but in a few minutes Mr. Tobin had engaged W. F. Sullivan and his hydro airplane and was on his way to Jackson ville to catch tho limited there. The trip of ninety miles was made In less than fifty-five minutes. Mr. Julian A. Arroyo, of New York, has purchased a site for a winter homo here and engaged an architect In New York to plan the house. His new estate has been developed out ot a tropical Jungle, and It is there that "Poppy" was filmed by a moving picture company. The house will conform to tho Spanish traditions of archi tecture and will be Mr. Arroyo's year 'round home when lie retlrra from Wall street The Halifax River Yacht Club has been a rendezvous of pleasure craft from the north. Tho Chieftain, with Mr. J. Ogden Armour and party on board, is making its headquarters there awaiting the refitting of the Chieftain. Jr., a speed boat, at' a local boat building ard. The Get-Away, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Swift of New York, on board, has been there. On their way hero the yacht In an effort to avoid a collision with another yacht ran aground and it was several days before she could be floated and come up tho Halifax. Mr. and Mrs, Bancroft Davis, of Boston, on board their yacht, the Evangallnc, stopped a week and then went on to their winter home at Cocoanut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leonard Kent mado the trip from Philadelphia on board Mr. Ernest du Pont's yacht, the Ayana. At Miami they will me Joined by Mr. du Pont The Maryann. owned by Mr. and Mrs. George F. Johnson, of Endlcott, N. Y Is being outfitted for a long crulso In Southern waters. Mr. Georgo H. Howard, once Mayor of Jlalone, ?. Y., and Mrs. Howard, have returned for thoir fourth season at the Ridgnwood Hotel Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Grove, of Ashevllle, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hegeman. of Oyster Bay, L. I.: Mr. and Mrs. TX E. Leggett of White Plains, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dawiey, of Brooklyn, also are there. At the Prlncccs Issena are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoddard. Woodbridgo, Conn. ; Miss Betty Stryker. Rome, N. Y.j Mrs. O. S. Hathway, Mr. and Mrs. D. Van Dusen, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeWitt Englewood. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Waters. Mr. Spencer Waters, New York; Mrs. Albert McDonald, Miss Mary McDonald, Mlsa Irene Dcfoc. Garden City, L. L At the Prince Georgo are Mr. and Mrs. L. IL Keller, New Yorkt Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sibley. Cooporstown, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Gress. Forest Hills. L. L; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Anderson, Patcrson, N. J. AT OEMOND BEACH, FLA. ORMOND BEACH. Fla-, January SL With activities of both social and sporting natures going, the season here Is in fil swing. Dancing hi the Onnond Hotel and other diversions wfll alternate with motion picture entertainments through out tho remainder of the season. Mr. John D. Rockefeller, who was caned to Georgia, is a regular on the links when here, rarely missing a day. With General A. Ames, of Lowell, Mass., ho is out each morning for a battle with Colonel Bogey. General Ames, at the age of eighty-four years. Is quite hale and active. Mr. and Mn. E. M. Johnson and Miss Hope Johnson, of Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y., have arrived for a stay of several wcks at the Onnond. Mr. Abram DeRonde and party, from Englewood, N. J., also are there. In his party 'are Mrs. DeRonds, Miss Katherine DeRonde, Mr. and Mrs P L. DeRonde and son. Mr. Abram De- Rondo Is president of the Palisades Trust Compay,' of Englewood, while his eon. Mr. P. L. DeRonde, Is president of the Oriental Navigation Company. They will remain here unUl March. Ir. and Mrs. R. S. Rbfiie, of Kingston. N. Y are here for practically the entire season. Mr. Rodio divides his attention between golfing and fishing here, but confesses to a lively interest In boxing. Dr. Charles A, Power, of Denver, Col., Is a recent arrival. In the war he hart tHe rank of Lieutenant Colonel and was In command of a two hospital la Fxarce, He Is a specialist In constructive surg-- Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Livingston, of New York, arc hero for a visit to his. lathe. . Mr. Crawford Llvlngstori, of St Paul. Minn. AT AUGUSTA, OA. AUGUSTA. Ga-, Jan. St At Partridge Inn the first Indoor golf tournament of tho winter was held In tho large glass Inclosed lobby on a "putting green" of velvet softness. Playets contested for a cup which was presented to the winner and a ball for the next nignest score. Among the participants were Miss Mar garet Pressly, Mrs. Charles Pressly, Mrs. J. IL Macksound. Mrs. D. A. Lutfy and Mr.- D. A. Lutfy. of New York; Mrs. A. Dlebold. of Cleveland; Mlsa Mary Mtnford. of New York, and Miss Olive Bcmls, of Jamestown. N. Y. The Rev. Dr. Ernest Stires. rector of St Thomas' Church. New York, is at Partridge Inn with Mrs. Stires. He once had a pastorate In this dry. Dr. and Mrs. Stires were entertained on Wednesday at the Cranford Club by Mrs. T. W. Loy lefs and Mrs. Bryan Cumming, of Au gusta. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Scott of Ardsley, N. Y., will arrive tomorrow to spend Feb ruary at Partridge Inn. They have been at Miami. Mr. and Mrs. E. Milton Eton, of New York, who were hero last season. aro expected to arrive on Wednesday. AT ORLANDO, FLA. ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. St The Orlan do Sorosls Club on Thursday will entertain Miss Anna Maxwell Jones, a member of the Executive Board of the Sorosls Club of New York. At the 6t Charles Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. C R. Patterson, Mrs. J. V. Hem strcet Mr. and Mrs. Gahagan and the Misses Gahagan, of Now York. In an automobile party that arrived hero this week from the East Coast wero Mr. and Mrs. Frances E. Berry and Miss Mar gery Melton, of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morehouse, of Albany, N. Y. Among the many who arrived hero this week aro Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lawton, Mr. Arthur Ranous, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Pierson. Westfield, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taft Mrs. R. H. Bar nett, Cornwall-on-Hudson. N. Y;; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Buchanan, Mrs. G. H. West inghouse. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Bayliss, Now York; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holt Mls3 Lois N. Holt Plalnfield, N. J.; Mrs. C. L. Russell. Brooklyn. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Frickett Now York; Mrs. E. D. Skldmoro, Mr. Mr. F. H. Skldmore, Atlantic City. N. J.; Mrs. C. A. Dearborn and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dixon. New York AT "WHITE STJLPHUB SPRINGS. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va.. Jan. ZVGovtmor and Mrs. R. Livingston Becckman, who were here two weeks, have returned to their home to Providence, R. L Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Appleton, of New York, are here and Mr. Appleton Is taking the baths. Others here for recrea tion and the baths are Mlsa Yvonne N. Gourd, of New York ; Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Reed, of Paterson, N. J. Miss F. I M,at- tocka ot New York, spent several days here this week. Mrs. F. E. Lorson, of Now Rochelle, N. Y and her sister. Miss Hazel H. Plate, aro here for several weeks. MR.S.R.YANSANT ON BASEBALL TEAM One-Time Governor of Minnesota Plays Third Base in Game, at Tampa, Fla. TAMPA, Fla., Jan. St. Tourists by hun- dreds enjoyed an all day plcnlo at Ballast Point this week, a baseball game between tourists and the Do Soto Tin Can Club, composed of camping parties at Do Soto Park, being tho feature entertainment Mr. Samuel R. Van Sant of Minneapolis president of the Tourist Club, of Tampa, and onco Governor of Minnesota, held. down third base for the town team. Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews and Mrs. S. G. Walker, of Brooklyn, are In an au tomobile party, making tho Tampa Bay Hotel "their headquarters while taking trips to various points In tho southern part of the State. Mr. Robert C. Wheeler, vlco president of Boyco, Wheeler & Boycc, and Mrs. Wheeler; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. IL P. Knight and the Rev. S. J. Winchester, of New York city; Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones, cf Albany, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bennett, of Pulaski, N. Y., and Mr. IL W. Schneider, of Hastings on Hud son, N. Y.. are at the Tampa Bay. Mr. William O. Porter, secretary and treasurer of the Independent Salt Com pany, of New York city, and Mrs. Porter aro at the Hlllsboro Hotel. Theyo aro con sidering the purchase of a houso here. Dr. D. J. Lacey. of Brooklyn, has gone to Tarpon Springs, whero ho will partici pate in a Greek celenration soon to be held there. A student of Greek history and politics, he was last year elected an hon orary member of the Greek community at Tarpon Springs. Among residents of New York at the Hlllsboro are Mr. A. R, Hendershot Mr. and Mrs. W. Porter, Mr. A. B. Van Wag ner, Mr. L. M. Richards and Mr. J. R. Mercer. AT TARPON SPRINGS, FLA. TARPON SPRINGS. Fla., Jan. XL- Tarpon Sprirgs, one of the beautiful points on tho Pinellas Peninsula, Is having one of the most successful seasons of Its his tory. Its very name suggests angling and Mr. J. R. Watson, of New York, recently bioke the season's record when he landed a 10U pound big mouth bass. The golf course overlooks the Gulf of Mexico. Among expected arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard. Mrs. F. U Blen- dlnger and Misa Blendlngcr, Mr. and Mrs. It Conant Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Buck- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buckner and Colonel A E. Dick and Mrs. Dick, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Flint and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Steer, of Brook lyn. C. C. SHAYNE & CO. Maxrafactnreri of STRICTLY RELIABLE f FURS I Annua! Reduction Sale 126 West 42nd St, New York HAMILTON. Bermuda, Jan 27. Outdoor pastimes In Bermuda aro In full swing, and a valuable addition to the sporting attractions of tho Islands now ex ists In a gun club, formed underpatronage of tho Governor. Trap shooting at clay pigeons will take place weekly on the grounds of the Hamilton Cricket Club, within a few minutes' walk of the leading hotels. Captain Charlton Loighton, aide de camp to the Governor, ha3 been the moving spirit In organising the club. There Is to be a special featuro in out door recreations In February, a gymkhana. combined with a horse show, which will bo hold at Prospect, near Hamilton, head quarters of tho Royal Sussex regiment The Bermuda and Garrison Hunt uiuo ha3 a full programme of work In hand for tho year, all of which will add to the pleasure of visitors, itv no means least of tho exhilarating open air pastimes are flights In seaplanes and flying boats. Tlicro is nui one air rrsfl here, an English seaplane, but sev eral American flying boats aro duo to ar rive. Tho honor of being tho first woman to fly over Bermuda went to Miss E. H. Boswcll, of Toronto, Ont, who mado a flight on Monday. Of Eoclal diversions tho week has had two recentions at Government House, whero His Excellency the Governor and Lady Wlllcocks entertained, on last Mon day there was a tea with dancing and bridge at the Hamilton Hotel. un,dcr Daironairn of Lady Wlllcocks. me pro ceeds going toward the cost of an X-ray outfit fori tho King Edward Memorial Hospitlat. 1 Among mccntly arrived visitors are Lieutenant Colonel F. L. Payson. U. S. A. and Mrs. Payson, who aro at Wyndcrest on tho Pitts Bay road, for the season. AT SANTA BARBARA, CAL. j SANTA BARBARA, Cat, Jan. 3L Mr. Raymond T. Baker, director of the United States Mint, with Mrs. Baker, who was Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbllt and her two sons, are at the Hotel Ambas sador. Lord and Lady Glenconner, of London, Eng., with their two sons, also aro there. Miss Amy du Pont of Wilmington, Del.. has purchased tho Monteclto home of Mr. Reginald Rives, of Now York. Mr. Kives will find a location for another house. Mr. G. Maurice Heckscher, of New York, recent purchaser of the Hope Ranch, at Santa Barbara, Is transforming its many thousand acres into a polo and sport paradise. LAKEWOOD, N. J-. Jta. SL-Tbrwu little for sojourners to do here this week but slelgh-rlde, snow and sleet preventlBg all other out-of-door diversions. However, good sleighing comes seldom, and the vhnt. ora Indulged their fancy for It day and night until a thraw stopped the merry making on Thrsday. A cold epell Uut night again made skating on tbe lata possible. Excluded from outdoor enjoy. ment sojourners turned to Indoor activity, and In the hotels worn given many dinner parties, card parties and dances. The Lakewood Card Club held Ita weekly session Uil week at the Hotel Virginia on Wednesday and was the best attcmlM session of the year. Miss Henrietta Hall, of New York, won first honors at tkn play. In the Palmer House on last Wodnesdty afternoon Miss Irabelle E. Grant daujhter of Mr. Ulyssea B. Grant of Asbury TarV, became the bride of Mr. John F. Denlhin, son of -ltrs. J. F. Denlhan, of Bay Rids The ceremony was performed by Kct. Charles Bruglcr In the Rose Room, which was decorated with palms and American Beauty roses. Mrs. Jay Willy, elatcr nf h bride, was matron of honor. Man friends attended the wedding. Bride and bridegroom have gone to Bermuda for two weeks On their return they will re side at Bay R(dse. Mr. Denlhan xrs a newspaper man and was a naval officer in the war. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald D. Davis, of First atrect aro visiting friends at Wash ington, D. C. A tea party was given on last Monday by Mrs. Jessie D. Jones for Miss Loulie Boothe, of Plalnfield. Miss Agues Helen Davis and Mrs. Hamilton Hill poured tea. Among tho guests wero Mrs. C. E. Bros ler. Mrs. A. J. McClure, Mrs. Frank N Sadlior, Mrs. L. C. Ritchie, Mrs. Clifford M. It. Grayson. Mrs. E. C. Anderson and Mrs. Charles Halo Hamilton Mrs. A. C. Polllon, of New York, who I spending the winter at the Laurel House, gave a dinner party there on Wednesday, her birthday. A large birthday cako was cut Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Graham Bush. Miss Graham and Mlsi MacDonald. Mrs. Jlamilton Hill entertilned Mrs. Jesse' Jones at tho Lake Club on last Sun day afternoon. After spending several weeks In Phila delphia, Mrs. George Fales Baker has re turned to her rcsldonce here. Mrs. John C. McCullough, Mrs. L. F. Turner, Mrs. II. B. McCullougli and Mlsa Elizabeth McCullough, of North Benning ton, Vt, arrived this week to spend the, re mainder of the season at the Laurel In tha Pines. Messrs William H. Duncan, William Bill- lugs and G. A. Gormach and Captain J. F Carter spent part of the week at the Laurel In tho Pines. They are from tho Guaranty Trust Company of New York. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Carr Foericr, of Whito Plains, are at tho Laurel In the Pines on their honeymoon. Among thosoi at the hotels from New York:- Virglnia. Miss Henrietta Hall, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hanson, Dr. and Mrs. P. N, Patestides, Mr. and Mrs. P. .1. McLoughlln, Mrs. F. M. stooves, Mrs. s. K. Booth, Mrs. '. I. Carden and Mrs. Delia Lee. Palmer. Miss Nejlle Hostrup. Mrs. Adela Campbell Husscy, Mrs. Annie Loulfe David, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. MacDonald, Mr. W. P. MacDonald, Mrs. M. D. Cald well. Miss E. Kay, Miss E. I Brown, Mrs. Anna G. Rogers and Mrs. Frederick Kan, Jr. Florence In tho Plnes.-Dr. X B. Sacasa. Mr. and Mrs. C Gold, Miss Mary Brough ton and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Dawson." Marlborough. Mrs. L. Galinger, Mr. and Mrs. L. Packer. Mins Florence McLaurln, Miss Dorptte Blohm and Mrs. E. Gal lagher. Monterey. Mrs. D. Gorden, Mrs. A. Fa tel, Miss Rita Pastel, Mr. and Mra. H., Clarke. Mrs. E. Herv, Mrs. Roso Shea and Miss Roso Tlsch. At the Clarendon are Mr. and Mrs. M. Wahl, of Bayonne, N. J., and William H. Chorasch, of New York. 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