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"J THE "SUN, ' SUNDAY,, AUGUST 10, MIR" NEW FEATURES" ADDED FOR SOUTHAMPTON'S BENEFIT FAIR Wonderful Display of Occultism by Non-Professional . Promised at 'Suffolk's Big Event Women Work Hard or Masque , Southampton, N. Y. Aug. 9. A that Is necessary to complete the success of the country street (air, In aid of the Southampton BiplUl, to bo held next Friday af terT joon and evening, Is fair weather. As (or th masque and tableaux to be riven In conjunction with It, weather uld not matter so much, as this ipoctacle will bo shown In the Gordon Theatre and under cover. X decidedly picturesque place has ken chosen for the fair, Agawam ftrk, on the borders of the lake of that jiine. Mrs. A. Stewart Walker has planned the street, which will have ar tistic environments as well as those provided by nature. Mrs. Joseph R. pflworth has dono everything toward iiranging booths, whero all sorts of commodities will bo sold. In addition there will bo pavilions for movies and dancing which will be optn afternoon and uvenlng and as lite as any one cares to stay. This entertainment appeals to all who live In Suffolk county, as the hos pital Is the only Institution of Its kind la a radius of many miles. Moreover, jury dollar left at tho entrnnco gate or spent at booths or for other attrac tions offered will go to tho hospital md, as all expenses have been guar isteed by donations of various cora Blttees and friends. Jit the entrance to the park wm bo trocted huge efTlglcs of trained nurses Bade of canvas which have been painted by Mrs. Morton Broese. Tho booths will be placed between trees ind at night will be Illuminated by jrtat lanterns covered with yellow cheesecloth Thoy will bo hung with, bright colored Egyptian embroideries. The. general tone of color -chosen is blue and yellow and this combination win be applied to all the structures in the street Labor and electric lighting hare been given by workmen of Southampton, who have the welfare of the hospital at heart. One of the main features of the fair tH be tho Italian tombola under the direction of Mrs. Harry Payne Bing ham, who will have the assistance of lira. John M. L. Rutherford, Mrs. Oeorge 0. Bourne and Morgan J. O'Brien, Jr. The latter will act as cuhler. Contributions Include Jewel ry, old lace, ancient brocades, a liberty bond, $25 in gold, pieces of old sUrer, an automobile, a Chow puppy, a ticket tor an airplane spin, a Sealyham pip, domestic animals, a .ton of coal, waring apparel, groceries and In numerable articles. Mrs. Schennerhorn in Cafeteria. Mrs. Alfred 13. Schermerhom will bars In charge a cafeteria whero one can obtain during the afternoon tea and light refreshments and at night a lot upper which will follow the masque. This will bo arranged under 'a tent and the food will be served from a long buffet. Mrs. Schermerhorn's assistants will Include Mrs. Harry Pelham Rob-bins. Mrs. Edmund S. Twining, Mrs. Bache Brown, Mrs. E. M. Home, Mrs. "L. Beggs Sproul, Mrs.. Waldron P. Bel knap, Mrs. Howard C. Dickinson, Mrs. John E. Berwlnd, Mrs. Josctfh R. Dll- ortn, the Misses Louise Butler. Eleanor (Mellor) Genevieve Babbitt. Lucy Patterson, Anne Townsend, Eva owwan and uertrudo Kavanagh. Stuart Davis has rigged up an old houseboat to be anchored on the bor der of the lake. It will" bo turned into a sort of Noah's Ark for the afternoon. hen there will be for sale all sorts of ioy animals. At night time tho in terior of the boat will be turned Into a Turkish lounge, .where coffee and cigarettes will be sold. Also 'there will ta served on this boat steamed clams for the hungry sea athers and golf players. ' In a tent 40 by ,60 feet will be shown, under the charge of Mrs. Caleb nr.. Hammlll and Miss Betty Hammllt, movies, of locaK celebrities made at the beach and in Southampton streets. The placard outside the tent will read: ''Come In and see yourselves as others ee you; some pleasant sur Wes, many illusions shattered." In another tent quite as large there m be an opportunity to dance after noon and evening, and this diversion fll be uuder thoHpersonal direction of ! Tk wuou x-uuer n?ese. 1 The mutlc will bo by Joseph Smith's wthestra from the Plaza Hotel. . Mlsg Cornelia Livingston will have a wney Island side show, with barkers rian0Unco the dlrrerent turns, and jsi Katherlne Van Ingen will do her t to interest all in the gathering- in nne automobile. For children, in g of the conventional .grab bag, aere will be a sand pile, which will ft m , pl- Klad'B treasure trove, "iuvii mey can aig. Mrs. J-.ytue-Wn Fox will be In charge of this at Uon. Mrs. Charles E. Dadmun Iu have the ice cream booth. wystery la attached to the person- Btyof H. tnnn YX-i-t at (ha InvlfatUn nl Vi-i rn. i ' v iuiu i, Ubarles E. Mitchell has consented person has remarkable talent, t''oea not care-to have his Identity titeK ... .. . . . . ru lur me reason uiai ne is noi. Professional. Mrs. Charles A. Dana and Mrs. uroavenor Nicholas will be at the "nch and Judy .show, where every hour Burrows will exhibit his of maglo and ventriloquism. f My Davis Landstreet will sell JJnety and fancy articles. Miss Betty naon win bo the "Balloon Girl." and s piorence Earle Johnson will have caarw of a photograph gallery where vh will be taken and finished Wle you wait l amission to all that the fair offers be but 50 cents or U. and once bm the gates as much money as one carew to spend will be grate My accepted. y artl,tl feature of the enter LfT'i!' wl" Swinburne's "Maique ni th tableaux vivsnts JWctlng the various phases of the which will be shown in the Garden -Theatre, The masque com wtte. i Includes Mrs. William Chari- Potter and Mrs. Lawrence Mc ,Ter Miller, costumes; Mrs. J, Barclay, Mrs. Edward 'McCau "7 ana Mrs. Nicholas BIddIo, proper- If. Jan. rTmirflsiMj r r UAi tiff, Urt. i. W. jrullar Potter. Xew I a. . " wiae keatAiub u. UivrilH. fflaHD'l York' shopping, and Mrs. John W. Cross, treasurer. Francis Markoe .has been directing the dramatic part of the masque, and ho will road some of the lines as tho various queens pass before King David, who will be surrounded by his court. As somo of the queens that Swinburne depicted In his well known work were considered rather naughty, such have been eliminated, and none but those who figure plctorlally In mythical history havo been retained. In tho cast Df the- masque Adrian Larkin will Impersonate King David. The queens will be: BcrsaDovMlss Marjorle Curtis, who will be attended by Mrs. Courtlandt NIcoll, Mrs. T. Couper Lord, Mrs. Fred erick Martin Davles, Miss Mary Davis Landstreet and Mlsa Cornelia Living, ston as court ladles. Ahollhah, Mrs. Joseph Earlo Ste vens, with attendant gladiators. Clebpatra, Mrs. William H. Barnum, with Ethiopes in her train. f AUhail, Mrs. Morton Brecse, attend ed by the Misses Charlotte Potter and Margaret Thaw as dancers. Azubah, Mrs. W. Do Lancey Kountze, with ncolytes and prleats. A hola, Miss Milliccnt Rogers, with fruit bearers In her train. Ahlneam, Mrs. Lawrence McKeevfir MUler; who will have two deerhounds on a leash and as her attendants Miss Helen Krech and Miss Evelyn Preston.. Beminmls, Mrs. Duncan St Ells worthwith two horsemen. Uoilone, Miss Gladys High, who will have a torch bearer. . Ohrytothemts. Mrs. Edward Van I ri sen, attended by roso maidens. Amettrti, Mrs. Orcn Root, with Miss Mercedes de Acosta, Miss Katherlne Mackay and Miss Voulettl Proctor 'as perls. Patethca, Miss Eleanor Lamson, who will be attended by a group of sailors. Alactef, Mrs. Albert Gallatin, with Miss Helen Potter as thurlfer. While all the per&onages of the masque are of biblical or mythological times, tho costuming will bo of the English medieval period, the queens wearing greaTriennlns and other huge headdresses, which with their robes o! state have been faithfully copied from old colored engravings, originals of which are in the British Museum. need Orchestra, to Play. 1 The incidental muslo for the masque has been selected by Mrs. Henry II. Rogers and Mrs. George Barton French, and In keeping with the an cient times depicted will be played by a reed, orchestra. Mrs. Charles II. Sabln.has been acting as chairman of the masque and tableaux and Mrs. Peter B. WyckofX as the general chair man. The tableaux vlvants, which will show the various phases of the moon, hove been arranged by Gerome Brush, who has his studio In the Art Village. 'Among those to nose are Mrs. David Dows, Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas, Mrs. Marshall Russell, Mrs. Edward "Van Ingen, , Mrs. Charles Llndley. Miss Florence Ellsworth, Miss Roberta Mitchell and Miss Audrey Osborn. These tableaux will be novel and ar tistic and the eclipse period of the moon will be shown with the final dropping- on them of the curtain. Mrs. Edward" Van Ingen has been at tending to the sale of boxes and seats. Among tho purchasers are Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. Wyckoff, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gallatin-, Mrs. Robert Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Luclen Tyng, Charles Hay den. Mrs. Charles T. Barney, Mrs. William Constable, Mr. and Mrs. Al fonso p. Villa. Mr. and Mrs. T. Mor rison Carnegie, Mr. and Mrs. Kurnal R. Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. James L, Bar clay, Dr. and Mrs. P. Flewellon Cham bers, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln W. Krech. Mrs. Henry I'earce, Mr. and Mrs. Fair fax Landstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Do Lancey Nicoll, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan J. O'Brien, Ralph J. Preston, George W. Curtlsnnd Mrs. Eli K. Robinson. Among other purchasers are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mapes, Mr. and Mis. William H. Hirst, Mrs. Robert C Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ebon Byers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Denison Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevens Ulman, Mr. and Mrs. E. du Pont Erving, Mr. and Mrs. C. tiffany Richardson, Mrs. Hobart, Mr. and Mrs. Garret A. Hobart, Mrs. Jo- soph Flannery, Mr. and Mrs. J. Insley Jmir, jir. ana ivirs. enry vv. oage, Mrs. Charles E. Miller, Andrew Mellon, Mrs. Hoffman Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Turnbull, Mrs. Henry W. Torney, Dr. and Mrs. Norman E. Dlt- man, Seelye Benedict,. Col. and Mrs. RobeVt Means Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Goodhue Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ashton de Poyster, IMr. and Mrs. chaunccy Olcott. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Van Rensselaer Thayer. Clarence aiSS1 .'.y aLto.??uJ Mackay and Charles H. Sabln. GARDEN CITY, L. L i . .... X AS t rCSuIl OT lite ulOU8&tI(Xft Who WOTlt Saturday to Meadow prook to witness I ot Meadow Brook and Rookawar, pluy- , ln 'of tn ! N.a1fBaJi i county championship land also the likelihood of belncr . . . - . . . as 'tne team to reprcsegt America at the International games In England next spring, quite a number have de cided to remain here during the re mainder of the summer. As a result life at the Garden City Hotel has quickened. August finds not one available country home or cottage .vacant Among the visitors from Manhattan at the Garden City Hotel during the week were Mrs. Van Brugh Livingston, H. B. Sirgeant, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baker, C R. Black, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lewis, Mr. and Mr& H. M. Hrdo. S. Ferris Lockwood, Grover C. Loenlng, H. W. Smith, Edward -Thurston, James Charles Craft Mr. and Mrs. Dr T. Geddes, J. Bernard Miller, Richardson Morris. F. M. Gallia, Mr. and Mrs. C W. Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hud son, Mr. and Mrs. A P. Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. A M. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. X). C. Rotd. Lieut, nnd Mrs. B. Z. Johns ton and Lieut and Mrs. IL C, Anderson. Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Erwln, Mrs. rrancls Brlggs, Francis T. Cooke, T. W. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. John Bene, Edmund Bene. Harold Clark McCully, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. A S. Rickey nnd Robert Ross. Mlas Alice French, Davenport, Iowa; Hallett Johnson. Washington, D. Q-, and atl r. few. Mr. ana Mrs. Clinton llali, oia West- Activities NartnAQASsirrT Pier, Aug. 9. A' LL Narraganectt Is resting after tho feasting and festivity In connection with the Snow Ball given at tho Casino on Friday night for a popular charity, under thk direc tion of Talbot Hanan, who originated the decorative scheme and promoted the novel affair. Of course all the villa colony was there, and their "dear five hundred friends" and congenial groups of people made up parties and camo in automobiles from New Lon don, Watch Hill and Provident. Three hundred or more, dined In the Casino at scores of private dinner parties before tho ball, tho dinner ta bles being placed around the sides of the ballroom and In the restaurant adjoining. The ballroom was con verted into a snowbound wood Interior Of plno and fir. In this interior were the dinner parties, tho women, for the most part. In handsome gowns of white, many wearing white furs: and the men in white flannel or linen suits. Dancing began at 10 o'clock, when hundreds who had not attended the dinner arrived. All entered the snow bound ballroom through a door In a simulated garden wall which led to the Jack Frost Garden beyond. Soon the cheerful sound of sleigh bells was heard, for Jingling bells were suspend ed from above and those touched the heads of the dancers as they moved about Before midnight a realistic New England snowstorm burst upon the dancers. Other features were a revel and a December gale. Tho patronesses of the ball were Mrs. R. Livingston Beeckman, Mrs. John H. Hanan, Mrs. 1L Anthony Dyer, Mrs. Byron S. Watson, Mrs. Barnes Newberry, Mrs. Alfred E. Nor rls, Mrs. Saunders P. Jones, Mrs. Will iam. E. Coffin, Mrs. Joseph Samuels, Mrs. L. Samuels, Mrs. Charles F. Thatcher, Mrs. Avico Borda, Miss Fan nlo Stnnlckson, Mrs. August Busch, r Tr. . . - fi i i i . v jriMun j. xuunutunu, iurs. jonn B. Lewis. Mrs. John' O. Amu. Mrs. Talbot Hanan, Mrs. James C. Potter and Mrs. Robert J. B. Sullivan. Among the larger dinner parties at the Casino before the ball were those given by Philip S. P. Randolph nnd Philip Stevonsqn of New York, a polo dinner for twenty; Mrs. John H. Hanan, a dinner for twenty, and Mrs. B. H. Brlstow Draper 'of .Hopedale, Mass., a dinner for ton.. Others who gave dinners were Alfred H. Smith, Jascha Holfetz, the violinist; Col. and Alexandria Bay Alexandria Bat. Nl.. Auf. 9. The busiest fceek of the season and that means the busiest week the Thousand Islands hare seen for at least five years Is closing. The golf tournament at the Country Club kept the golf en thusiasts busy both morning and after noon. The weather man nt Alexandria Bay promised and delivered the best polling weather of the summer for thei N;urney players. The tennis tournament will start at the Thousands Islands Tacht Club Mon day and will continue till August 16, and on that evening the tennis ball wlU bo given. Many of the tennis entries are already in and theso Include Mrs. Herbert M. Bhlpman, Emerson McMUUn. Capt. F. Itutherford, Misses Isabel and Virginia UcLean, Earl IL Hayden, Ernest Rub samen, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Boldt Miss Dorothy Whitley, Miss Dorothy Black, Miss Eleanor Gibbons, Miss Llda Thelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Ho bart Mr. and Mrs. A. Graham Miles, Mrs. A. Raymond Ellis, T. Breckenrldge Clemons and others. The Yacht Club tennis committee is composed of George E. McLean, chairman; W. Langdon Hayden, Edward A. Pltcalm, A. Graham Jlles, Earl F Hayden. Lockhart Wll tur, George C Boldt J. Sidney Ham- kmond. ' Mrs. George C. Boldt Jr., of New York demonstrated the fact that she has no fear for thirteen at lablo. Mrs. evbnlng and the party numbered thir teen. They Included Mr. Ernest B. Rubsamen, Mrs. A. Raymond Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M Englis, George C Boldt Paul and PtiH Wiser. Dorothy Whitley, Dorothy Block, Lieut T. Breckenrldge CIemons,-E. B. C. Markle and MUs Ruth Engl Is. The Saturday, evening dinner dance at the Thousand Islands Yacht Club was one of the gayest of the summer sea son. An unusually largo number of din ner and euppor parties were given. Mrs. II p. Wilbur, Jr., had seven guests at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng L. Raf ferty of Bonnie Castle entertained throo persons; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Frascr of Syracuse had ten guests at dinner Mr. and Mrs. W. Beavor Jones's party included six; J. II. Hammonds gueBta eomprlsed four, while Commodore and Mrs. C. M. Englis had n party of eight and General and Mrs. Joseph A John ston of Washington, D. C, entertained seven. , Mrs. Richard Eggleston, Jr., and Mas ter Rtohard Eggleston 3d and Mr. and Mrs. Lu)s Huffnaeglo. arrived Friday to spend August on the houseboat Lysan der. Mrs.. Egsleston and Mrs. HufTnae- gle are sisters; the former was Helen Rafrerty and the latter ons ltarrerty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rafferty and Brendan and Kevan Rafferty, their children, arrived Friday and will spend August with Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng L. Raffertv at Bonnie Castle. ' ' Mrs. Alexander It Peacock 'and Mlsa Irerte-Peacock were the hostesses at the card party given Wednesday evening by the Ladles Welcome Club at the Thou sand Islands Yacht Club. Miss Mildred Caverly, who Is a golf champion, arrived nt the Thousand Isl ands in time to participate in the golf tourney at uus rvterc. at Najragansett Pier Mrs. Joseph Fletcher of Providence, Mr. and Mrs. John Welsh ot Philadel phia, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snowdon, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kelly, Joseph T. P.yerson, Peter Porter, Jr., of New York, E. W. Woodcock of Molina. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Fay of Boston. Mrs, Albert Bond Lambert ot St. Louis, Mrs. Irving 1L Chase of Waterbury, Conn. Mrs. Harold Knowlton of West Up ton, .Mass.; Arthur D. Cooley of New York, Mrs. Robert I. B. Sullivan an Mrs. Joseph Samuels of Providence. Twoscore or' more members of the villa colony motored down Ocean road to tho Scarborough Beach Club to night for a dance given by Mrs. Row land Hatard'of Peace-Dale and Mrs. S Hlnman .Bird of Now York. In the company were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. H. Metcalf, Mrs. Hopo Shepley Holllster, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Nepy berry, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert H. I. God dard, Mr. and Mrs. Rush Sturgos of Providence; Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Richmond, Mrrand Mrs. Fred B. Read, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. David E. Baker of New York, and Mrs, Caryl Roberta of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Tyrrell of Washington havo arrived at tho Im perial. Miss Carollrfe Hazard ot the Scollop Shell, ,her country pjaco at Peace Dale, near the pier, is In Stockbridgo, Mass, for a short stay. Mrs. Frederick R. Schenck and Miss Anna A. Alexandre have returned to their country placo at Lenox from a stay nt the MRSsasolt. Justice and Mrs. Charles F. Stearns of Providence and their daughter, Miss Stearns, have arrived at the Green Inn. Mrs. A. M. Blackwoll of St Louis and her grand-daughter. Miss Louise Aldrlch, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Stuart M. Aldrlch, are at the Green Inn Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Brlstow of Hope dale, Mass., who nro occupying Mrs. Charles G. Washburn' villa. The Dunes, on Boston Neck," have returned from a motor trip to Vermont Raymond T. Baker, Director of the United States Mint, and Mrs. Baker, who havo .been visiting tha latter's father, Capt Isaac E. Emerson, at Emerson villa; retuffied to their coun try home In Lenox. Tho marble Beat on the lawn of St Peter's, given In memory of Mrs. Ed ward Davis by her sister, Mrs. Eva I McGowan of New York and her son Has Big Crowd General W. C. HeDDenhelmer of Jerser City, who was the guest of Commodore unarles S .Rees ata the Thousand isl ands Country Club, has returned to his Home, Mlsa Clementine Rees of New York Is at present the guest of her brother at the Country Club. Among the recent arflvals are Mrs. Herbert M. Bhlpman, who arrived Thurs day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mr. Edson Bradley; Emerson McMllltn Id, who was doing Red Cross work In Rome, Italy, for the past few years, and Cap tain Rutherford of the British army. Mr. McMUUn and Captain Rutherford are guests at the Edson Bradley. Admiral H. T. Mayo and Mrs. Mavo were among the visitors to the Thousand islands auring the past week. Sir Charles White, a former Minister of Fi nance of Canada, spent last week at this resort and G. F. Falrchtld, ex-Congress man, is a guest at the Thousand Islands House. Captain It H. Van Delman of Wash ington, who was recently In attendance at tho Peace Conference In Paris, ac companied by Mr Van Delman, will arrive at Alexandria Bay next week and win scop at tne Thousand Islands House. Tne motor boat races, which will be run next week over- the Thousand Islands Yacht Club course, under the auspices of the American Power Boat Association, are scheduled lor Wednes day, Thursday and Friday, August 13, 14 and 15. The entries announced by the regatta committee include WhlD-Po- Wlll, the hydroplane of Commodore A L. juason or tne lako George Ractnp As sociation : G. A Wood's Miss DetroIt'HI. Mrs. G. A Wood will enter a boat that has yet to be named. Two hydroplanes are aniereu irom ine uurraio Launch Club. One of these boats Is tho Arab IV., and the other has not as ret been christened. Mr. William S. Waldron of the Kingston Yacht Club will enter a nyaroplane, and A Graham Mlles'a P. D. Q. IV, has been entered. At least two other, boats will be entered from the, Thousand Islands Yacht Club, but the owners and the names of the boats havo not no far been Riven out V 1 1 n fnr fthn Mln tmipnamnnl nA limaturlng rapidly, and George B. Has- brouck, the president of the Polo Club at Alexandria Bay, expects about ten Joams to contest for the many different cups that are to be played for. The Black River Polo Club of Montreal has entered a team, whose players will be W. R. Miller. J. H. A Acer, H. B. Mc- Dougall, A E. Ogllvle and J. C. Watson. Those who will compose the Thousand islands Country Club, team are: J. p, uiaek' or White Plains, George S. Has brouck, A Graham Miles, Laroque An derson of New York, T. Ford of Buffalo and Clarence Smith of New York. Tho Miami Valley Hunt Club and many other teams will arrive tho latter part of next week.td participate In the tourney. The date of the tournament la 'August 23 to September 6. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler and Mas. terj Samuel Cutler of Brookllne, Mass., aro the guests ot Mrs. Cutler's parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. E B. Rubsamen, at Mur ray Hill. Mrs. George Russell of New York will arrive Monday for a stay of several weeks with her sister, Mrs,. L U. Jenney, on & houseboat Idlest . Stuart Davis, has been completed and placed. ' A party was given at the" Casino this week by Brlg.-Gen. and Mrs. Moreton Foley Gage, son-in-law and daughter of Henry Llppltt, former United States Senator. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Campbell of Syracuse are visiting her mother, Mrs. Rowland G. Hazard, at. Holly House, Peace Dale, near tho Pier. - Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Gibson of New York aro guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., of New York at their villa East Bonnie Boural. Mrs. Inez Sprague Stiness has re turned from a trip to Washington and is with her mother, Mrs. Avico Borda, at her villa hero until Septem ber, when sho will sail for Franco to Join her little daughter, Avlce Stlness, and her aunt, Miss Spraguo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -T. Coe of Bridgeport, Conn., are guests of Her bert A. Rice, Attorney-General of Rhode Island, and Mrs. Rice at Rosa, lind. Mr. ard Mrs. Ashton Crosby and Charles Ingraham of Greenwich, Conn., nnd Harold Harvey of New York are guests of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Baker of Greenwich, Conn., . at Phoenix Lodge. n Mrs. Alexander Mitchell of Wash ington, who spent July with the par ents of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Mitchell, of Washington, went to New York to Join her hus band. Ensign Mitchell, who returned from the Mediterranean. Mrs. Frederic Schenck and Miss Anna R. Alexander of Lenox, Mass and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Draper and I. Harold Draper of Oak Park, 111., are at the Massasolt Womon of tho villa colony are sub scribing to two largo whists to bo given nt tho Point Judith Country Club on August 13 nnd 27. Mrs. Har- old Knowlton oX West Upton, Mass., Is promoting the whists with Mrs. Percy Wright of Providence. BUZZARDS BAY, MASS. Buzzards Bat, Mass., Aug. 9. Alfred C Harrison of Philadelphia, a summer resident at Little Woods Hole Harbor for years, will havo with him the re mainder of the summer his daughter. the Baroness Von Holsteln, to stay until September. ' Charles Hamlin of the Federal Re serve Board Is commuting between Waahlmrton and Mattanolsett. where hla family Is enjoj'lng a rest At Falmouth, under the direction of Joseph Holland of New York, a summer resident a second presentation of the play Prince of Liars," has netted 3400 for Falmouth's contribution to the fund for a permanent bed In the Amer ican hospital at Rhelms, France. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Force of New York And Onset Bay Just to their liking after motoring through New England and a portion of the British provinces. The Forces stopped at Charles Stevens's Wlndemere at Shell Point. The family of Prof.XHenry W. Holmes of New York, stopping at Begansett, on the upper Falmouth Bay snore, have de parted for a month's outing In the Adi rondack b. Mrs. Charles Dudley of Brooklyn and members of the Dudley family are at Swift's Beach, Wareham. George D. Yeomans and family of New York aro at their country homo, Cherry -Hill, In Plymouth. Elbert Kip and Carroll Maury of Mor- . Mancheste - in - MANCHESTeR-IN-THr-MoirKTAlNS, Vt, Aug. 9. It was a popular victory when Maxwell R Marston became for the third time tho winner of the lsham Cup at Ekwanok Country Club last Saturday. Mr. Marston's opponent, W. W. Patten of Schenectady, had many supporters and put up a plucky tight against the' powerful Marston, carrying the match to the thirty-sixth green. Mr. Marston shares the honor of thrice winning the lsham Cup with Frederick Horreshoff, who iwas victorious In 1903, 1910 and 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Marston started for Philadelphia on Tuesday. Mr. Marston wilt play In no more tournaments before the national championship) tournament which will begin August 16, at Pittsburg. Several .Ekwanok members. Including A. L. Walker. Jr., Intercollegiate' cham pion : W. E. Truesdell. senior champion ; Dr. Clark Burnham of Brooklyn, and A. J. McClure of Lakewood played In the Vermont State Golf Championship tour nament at Old Bennington this week. A few golfers, Including Presley S. Mac laughltn, went from here to Schenectady this week to competo-ln the annual In vitation tournament of the Mohawk Golf Club. ' . The Equinox House was filled to over flowing August 1, and the protpects are that outside. rc.oms will be needed this month. At Ekwanok the golfers are so numerous that it is necessary to book starting time a day In advance. James L. Taylor entertained at din ner recently F. F. Vandocfioef. J. Apple ton Allen, J. D. Wolfe, 'W. K. Qullhot and G. B. Plante. Plans are progressing rapidly under the direction of George H. Thaeher, Edward S. lsham apd others of the sum mer colony for the historical week being arranged for the benefit of Burr and Burton Seminary. There will be an ex hibit of historic relics, an art exhibit, a series of tea and auction bridge parties and several evening entertainments, In cluding an old fashioned country dance, the first week In September. . Manchester's Chautauqua week will be held on the outskirts of the village, be ginning August 26. The Misses Hoyt wilt glvn their annual vaudeville entertainment at the gymna sium next Friday. On August 25 the historical play pre pared and presented under the leader ristown,N. J., are at the Kip cottage, Falmouth. Henry W. Cook ot Syracuse la with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Cook at Whitman. Miss Helen Fisher of Montclalr, N. J has returned home from an outing at Falmouth. Mis. Walter J. Thurber and Miss Marlon Thurber of Brooklyn are at Split Rock cottage, Marlon, The W. Hf P. Olivers of MorrlstOwn. 'N. J., (have opened their Mattapolsett summer home. The Rev. John D. Waldron. twelve years pastor 'of the Dutch Reformed Church at upper Montclalr, N. J., has oeen . supplying tne congregational Church pulpit at Mattapolsett, the last month. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence! Brett of New York tire at tho Brett homestead, North Ablngton. LAKE GEORGE, N. Y. Lakx acoROG. N, Y., Aug. 9. The Lako George Regatta Association has elected the following new officers: Al-J bcrt ,L. Judson of New York city, com- modore; Robert E. Henry of New York.! city, vice-commodore, and G. Waring Stebbtns, roar commodore. airs, uarabrant better known as Margaret Dunlap, formerly of tho Metro politan Opera Company of New ..York city, and Mr. Joseph B. Oarabrant aro at tho Sagamore Annex on Qreen Island. M. E. Goodrich of New York lias pur chased the Fischer cottage at Bolton innuinK. wnero no wm upena uio sum mer with his family. Among the new members elected at the Lake George Club this week were; Ernest Heebner, Dr. W. S. Currym, Howard W. Starr, all of New York city. Louis Sherry of the Sherry's restau rant New York city, and party were among the visitors at the Fort William Henry Hotel this week. Otto A. Roiialaky, Judge of the Court of General Besslona, New York city, Is spending a few days here. Mrs. Harry Guggenheim was among the recent .ar rivals. Mrs. George Haven Abbott of New York city stopped for several days this week at the Fort William Henry Hotel. Among the recent arrivals from New York city are; Hotel Marlon Mls Clara G. Ryan, Mlsa Anna A. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Helm, Mies Mae Caughlln, Mlsa Mae Kennedy, Dr. F. V. RalstorvJ. L Bennett and party. Miss Elma M. Cluck, Miss Nellie C Oluck and V. J. Thompson. Fort William Henry Mlsa Peggy O'Neill, Miss Maude Martin, Joseph J. Moron, Mrs. D. Strauss, Miss S. K. Wal mer, -Miss Marian Zellers, Miss E. Bent ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holbrook, Mrsv Lillian Paige. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mar tin, Mr. and MrB. I. W. Bhape, IL C. Cowell, Miss Evelyn Greene and Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Swan. Hotel Worden Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wolf, Miss Alton, Miss Kelwair, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hamilton, Mrs. O. H. Bend, Mrs. D. L Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. M, I. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Doble, Jack Doble, Ernest Chubb and P. A. Booth. Algonquin Hotel Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Black. IL W. Black, Walter South, Miss Helen P. South, Mrs. J. P. Meagher and Mlsa Elizabeth L. Meagher. PAUL SMITH'S, H. Y. Paul Smiths, N. Y., Aug. 9. Among members of the summer solony on tho St. Regis chain ot lakes and at Paul Smith's Hotel, with whom both are popu lar, there la general satisfaction that iMlag Ruth Lawrence Carroll nnd Eben Sumner Draper, whoso engagement re- be married here In the attractive little married here in the attractive little chapel of St. John's-In-the-Wllderness. Cards were Issued the latter part of the week but before ho left for his home In Hopedale, Mats., on Tuesday Mr. Draper said that tho wedding will tako place at noont August 30. The servico will be performed by the Rev. Walter H. Larom of Sarannc Lake. Miss Carroll Is the daughter of Mrs. William Bloodgood Trowbridge of New York and Sarnnac Lake. Her fiance, who Is the son of a former Governor of Massachusetts, had been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge at Camp Menaga. Campers recently arrived Include Mrs. Robert Hoe, at Point Rush on the Upper St Regis; Major nnd Mrs. Edward B. Close of New York. Dr. Walter B. James and family df New York, at their Upper St. Regis camp ; George Brewster and family, on Spitfire Lake; the Rev. and I Mrs. W. B. T. Smith, at Upper St Retrial T. Smith, at Upper St Regis camp. Taking1 part In the golf events of the week were the Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Graham Stakes, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Dick. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee Pratt. Justice E. J. Healy, Justice John M. Tlerncy and Commissioner John F. Gil christ of New York. Mrs. Tenn Smith of New York, who Is nmong the recent arrivals at Paul Smith's will be Joined there to-day by her mother, Mrs. E. H. Harrlman. Mrs. P. C. Mnffltt, who has been spending several weeks at Paul Smith's before leaving lor New York and At lantic City, gave a dinner In the hotel grill In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith. the - Mountains. ship of Mrs. Dorothy Canfleld Fisher two years ago will bo repented In the gymnasium. Mrs. J. C. Bradley entertained tho Twentieth Century Club at her summer homo last Monday. Harry Wolff Is passing his vacation with Mrs. Wolff and their children at the Miner cottage. Mrs. Charles S. Francis gave n dinner party at the Equinox Houso last Satur day Her guests Included Clarence M. Clark. Mr. and MrB. E. W. Clark 3d. Mr. and Mrs. Fmnk T. Clark, Mrs. H. H. Porter, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Thayer Addi son, E. W. Taylor, Jr., Prince E. A. Ruspoll of Home, and Mrs. George Orvls. Mrs. Warren Dennis entertained at tea early In the week Mrs. Alton B. Farrell, Mrs. W. Scott Pyle, Mrs. George Orvls, Mrs. W. T. Grocsbeck. Mrs. Guernsey, Mrs. C. S. Francis and Mrs. Georgo H. Thaeher. Miss Gertrude Bicker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. picker, celebrated her birthday Monday with a party for her little friends in the Bpa. Archbishop P. J. Hayes and Rev. Joseph P. DIrteen of New Tork were at the Equinox House Tuesday, returning from a trip to tho White Mountains Mlas Mildred Caverly and Mrs. C. 1 1. Vanderbeck of Philadelphia returned homo Tuesday after several weeks of golf playing at Ekwanok. Miss .Marlon Holllns ot East Isllp arrived hero this week. Rerent arrivals at the Equinox House Include: Capt. and Mrs. It W. Hund, Henry S. Robblns of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Shannon and family of Columbus, W. S-Groeabeek. W. E. Groes beck of Cincinnati, Miss I. E. Holmes, Miss 11. T. Holmes of Bostonv Mr. and Mrs. John E. Malone of Lancaster, Pa., anji.Mr. Johnathan Godfrey of Bridge port. The New Yorkers aro: Mr. and Mrs M. 8. Burrlll. Mlsa Burrlll. Mr. and Mra George McKnlght. Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Bradley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leigh Best, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gunther, Wil liam Cromble. Mr, and Mrs. Sherwood Aldrlck, T. Dayton Can field, Lott B. Malone, Malcolm Graham. Mr, nnd Mrs. K. C. llolston, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pro body, Mr and Mrs. Edward Wylde.MrH. H. W. Bourne. Mrs. A. B. Hawkins. Chauncey F. Ryder, 8, a Walker and G. T. Lawrence, Jr. Stockbridge Colony Greatly Interested, in Annual Meeting of Laurel Hill Association To Be ' Held September 5. Stockdiudgb, Mnns, Aug. 9. A' LL the Stockbridgo colony was Interested In the announcement Tuesday by Alexander' Sedg wick that the annual open air meet ing of the Laurel Hill Association would bo held September 6. The speakers will bo William Roscoe Thayer of Boston and James Byrne. The speakers will tell of conditions In Italy since tho war. Mr. and Mrs. Sedgwick will trlvo a luncheon at the (Mansion for tho officers of the Laurel Hill Association and the SDeakers be fore the meeting. The idea of the Laurel Hill Associa tion, the first villago improvement as sociation ln'-Amortco, sprang from a book written by Catherine Sedgwick, first of American women novelists. herself a native of Stockbridge. Tho memorial meeting for tho lato Frederic Crowntnshleld, ho eminent artist who died in Cail, Italy, last year, nt the Casino Saturday afternoon will attract many prominent artists and friends of tbo lato .artist William Roscoe Thayer of Boston, Dr. Tracy Peck of New Haven. Conn, and Wil liam LowclL Harris, all Intimate friends ot the lata Mr. Crowntnshleld, will be speakers. In connection with tho me morial service will bo an exhibition of Mr. Crowntnshleld's paintings, espe cially those of his later davs. Dalnted at his winter homoat Toarmlna, Sicily, whero ho produced many water colors and oils, and at. Rome and at Capri. There will be also a number of 'his Berkshire works, painted in his studio at Stockbridge, where ho had been es tablished thirty years. The memorial service and exhibition will be under the auspices of the Casino Association, of which Mr. Crowntnshleld was presi dent at his death. Edward B. Owen, D?.nlel Chester French, Bernhard Hoff man and Newton Mackintosh of the Stockbridgo colony aro tho committee In charge. Stockbridge music lovers went to the C.Wslno to-night for a recital by Jacques Gordon, violinist and Carlos Buhler, two young artists who have lately returned from Paris. Art Exhibition. The committee In chargo of the eleventh annual exhibition at the Casino, where Berkshire artists will ex hibit paintings and sculpture, have re ceived many entries, and it is already established that the exhibition will be tho largest .held In tho Casino. Wal ter Ncttleton la chairman of. tho Jury on the exhibits. . Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chester French entertained the Lenox Garden Club Monday for the monly meeting of the club. About sovcnty-flvo members wont to Ch?sterwood at Glcndale, whero Miss Alice Lourtsberry of New York spoke on "The Romance of Plant Discovery.' There was a view of the French gardens. A tea was given in the. studio, whero were Mr. French's models and his work of the season. Mrs. Arthur W. Swann and Miss Joan Whltrldgo assisted Mrs. French and Miss MurgarctjFrench In the service. Daniel R. Hanna and his wlfo, Mrs. Molly, Hanna, are the largest resident .taxpayers In Stockbridge. They hold SS0 acres of land. Tho valuation of their properties Is about $220,000. Other largo' valuations are; Mrs. William D. Sloano, 3200,000; yndrfew Carnegie, $212,210; Charles Astor Brlsted, 345, 65; Mr3. Oscar Iaslgl, 347,350; Henry McBurncy, $67,625; Dr. and Mrs. Austin Fox Rlggs, $40,750;N Alex ander Sedgwick, $30,'400; Congress- I man Allen T. Treadway; $157,500; Mlas Helen C. Butler, 348,775; .Mrs. L, Rnltnn Tlam-u JK49Kn? .Tnaonh TT Bolton Bangs, $541250: Joseph H. Choate estate, $72,675; Mrs. Carlos M. de Herodla, $124,725; William H. Clarke. $76,850; Walter L. Clarke, $43, 926; Norman H. Davlsi $45,800; Mrs. Richard C. DIxey, $37,300; Henry W. Farnam, $29,200; Mrs. William B. O. Field, $31,725; Mrs. Bernhard Hoff man, $85,300; J. Wpodward Haven, $39,900; Charles Lanier, $85,080; Mrs. Elizabeth Lynde, $27,750; Charles Mayer, $184,150; Charles S. Mellon, $140,100; Henry and James Parsons, $27,050; William and Rodney Proctor, $26,750; Miss Emily Southmnyde, $39. 250; Mrs. Helen L. P. Stokes, $56,250; Miss Emily Tuckermnn, $31,900; Mrs. Arthur B. Vcsoy, $33,500; Frank L. Warrln, $26,800'; Georgo Hlgglnson, $24,950. Entertains Guest From London, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sedgwick gavo a largo afternoon reception Tuesday, entertaining for Mrs. Charles Stuart Wilson of London. Mrs. Wil son has been passing a part of tho summer with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. William E. Doane. Sho Is tho wife of Brig.-Gan. Wilson of the Brit ish, army. She is to sail for Egypt shortly to Join Gen Wilson at Cairo. Mrs. Carl S. Fels of New York, who Is at Greenock Inn, Lee, has been play ing good golf on tho Stockbridge course. Under tho direction of John Cownn, professional golfer, she made a tour of the course In 82, which Is a remarkably low score for a woman payer. - Mrs. Edwin T. Rice was hostess this week- for tho first of tho weekly teas at the Stockbridge Golf and Ton ills Club. Many wore present for the afternoon, and there was putting and tennis for the visitors. Registering nt tho golf club were Miss G. I. Waldo of Lakewood. N. J,; Francis S Blake of Mentone, FranceS Mrs. John S. Mc Lennan of Canada; George Perkins George Perkins, Jr., of Jersey City; Earl M. Crnlg of New Castlo, Pa.; Prcssly T. Craig, Pittsburg, Pa.; Miss Hull, Stratford, Conn.; Mrs. S. W Goddord, Mrs. II. A. Chose, Brockton, Mass.; Miss Morse, H. P. Davis, Pitts burg; Mrs. B. F Crrtft, Camden, N. J.; Thomas P. Robblns, Cloveland; Miss Lowell, Philadelphia; William E. S. Grlswold, New York; Georgfc 13. Rogers of Now York, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Llpplncott; Miss Mildred Jordan, Rev. John E. Wick ham, New York; W. S. Mitchell, Bos ton; Francis J. Stanwood, Needham, Mass.; Dr. W. W. Pulmer of New York, a guest of Dr. Warflcld T. Longscopo; Laurence Hnughton, Bos ton; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chapman of Brooklyn, guests of Mrs. 13. L. Chap man; T. Pearsall Field, New York; Mr and Mrs. R. H, Stevenson of Bos. ton, guests of Mr, and Mra. George B. Blake; Mr. and' Mrs. B, 8. Jackson; V Major Gardiner of Nashua, .N. II.; Mr. and Mrs. Addison B. Hall, Brook lyn; Charles F. Fassett, Buffalo; Mrs. J. S. Houston, Miss F. E. Boole, Pitts burg, Mr. and Mrs. B. Harris, Now York, There have ,bcen many visitors at the Stockbridge cottages. Miss Alli son Haughton arrived to visit with Miss Caroline T. Lawrence. Mrs. Robert M. Bush of Montclalr, N. J, and Miss Mary Law ton of New York havo been With Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chester French. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Y. Blakcmon are) stopping with Mrs. Frederick W. Whlt- rldge. Mrs. William H. Force was a guest for the week end of Mrs. Charles T. Mayer. Miss Doris Reld of New York camo up to visit Misses Gilder at Four Brook Farm, Tyringham. James Russell Parsons of Nw York Is with ,Mr. and Mrs. Banyer Clarkson in Tyringham. jfMrs. Georgo F. Becker of the Ty ringham colony has closed her cottage and after a short stay in Washington will go to Japan for a long trip. Mrs. Becker is In mourning for Mr. Becker, who died in Washington last winter. Mrs. Henry McBurney has gone to Scltuate, Mass. Her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Randall are expected from i England the last of this month to pass the late season Jn Stockbridge. A. Mlsscrochl of New York won the putting match at Heaton Hall with a score of 22. Arriving at Heaton Hall wero Mrs. William B. Dudley of Brooklyn, Mlsa Louise Kay. .Mrs. J. Rellls. Miss Mil dred Taylor, W. S. Edge, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hlllson of New York, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Plnkham of Brooklyn, Misses Dickey ot Philadelphia, Mrs. George R. Valentine, Mrs. C. R. Mar shall, Mrs. Almond Barnes, Miss M. P. Tllden, Miss A. McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Addison B. Hall, the Rev. John Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sunny, Mr. and Mrs. A. Walker Otis ofwNew York. Goncral Charles B. Wheeler, U. S. A., who was tho chief ordnance officer of the American, expeditionary forces abroad, has boon visiting in Plttsflcld. Mrs. Frank A. Main of New York" Is entertaining Miss Gladys Lenning of Duluth, Minn., at her country place in Lanesboro. Mrs. Main gavo a lun cheon for Miss Lenning at tho Country Club In PltUfleld this week. Mrs. J. Macy Wlllctts, who Is at Cas slls Farm, New Marlboro, will go to Newport next week to show her cocker spaniels In the Rhode Island Kennel Club s)iow. 4 Mrs. Frederic S. Coolldge of Now York announced this week the pro grammo of tho second annual muslo festival Sept. 25-27 at her templo on South Mountain, in Plttsfleld. There will be Ave entertainments. Harold Bauer and Louis Bally are to play the $1,000 prize winning sonata for piano and viola, In Which seventy-two man uscripts havo been submitted. The Jury, of which Frederick Stock of Chi cago will bo chairman, will be tho guests of Mrs. Coolidge, tho last of this month, at which time the best compositions will bo rehearsed and the prlzo awarded. Misses Eliza and Maria Lonsdale of Now York who have been with Misses Gilder at Tyringham have gono to Newport. Mrs. Austin Huntington has re turned to Adams Inn, Stockbridge, from Southampton, L. I. Annual Golf Tournament. Th5" annual Invitation golf tourna ment at tho Wyantenuck Club In Great Barrington brought some sterling golf en, there. Mr. and jfrs. John Shepard of Providence entertained a party of tho players at their country place, In cluding Roger D. Hovey of Hartford, F. H. Hoyt of New York and John Shepard 3d. Mr. and Mrs., John H. C. Church had Kimball Salisbury of Chi cago nnd Darrel Fulton of New York as guests. Mr) and Mrs. Delnnd de Wlndt entertained Dr. T. H. Benny, II. Wcntworth and E. Faber of Now Bedford, Mass., for the tournament. Lleut.-Col. George F. Perkins Is organizing a post of the American Le gion In Lee? where he has a country place. Tho annual tennis open tournament of the Greenock Country Club began Thursday at Lee. The winner of the men's singles will receive the Housa tonlc Valley Challenge Cup to hold for one year. . Arrivals at Greenock Inn, Leo, this week, wero Mr. nnd Mrs. G. S. Nor ton, Mrs. M. E. Dorman. G. E. Llpson, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Febhardt, Mrs. Charles T. Hugh, Mrs. Frank Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Leslio M. Wilson, B. S. Denton, Francis J. Stanwood, the Misses Anderson, Mrs. Adele Kellhor, Miss Kellner, Mrs. William N. Den man, Mrs. Henry C. Jones, the Misses Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles T. Pot ter, Mrs. T. N. Farmer, Mr. and Mra. E. F. Nourse, Miss Grace Nourse, Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hart, Mrs. E. M. Hart of Now York. Frederick Cromwell of Bernards vlllo, N J., who has been a guest of Sheldon Smith In Lee, drove a golf t ball 310 yards on the course of the Plttsfleld Country Club last week. ,Thls Is one of the longest drives on record In Berkshire. Mrs. John Alden Spoor and her guest Mrs. Edward P. Samuels of Chicago, ana on an automobile trip to Lako Oneonta, N. Y. Miss Helen Dillon of Chicago Is visiting with Mrs. Warren M. Salis bury In Plttsfleld. Miss Helen Hood of Brookllne, John B. Stewart Mrs. William Lillbridge, Miss Lillbridge, Mrs. S. B. Bowman, Miss Bowman, Arthur C. Lord, Mr. and Mrs. J, Watson Webb, H. D, Burdlno of New York, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Hollander, L. Preston Hollander, Pryor H. Kalt of New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. A. Klnson of Bronxvllla, N. Y., and Mrs. Charles E. Trowbridge of Providence registered at the Rd Lion Inn. Arrivals at tho Map'.owood, Pltts fleld, Include Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hungerfoi'd, Miss Hungcrford, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Black. Alfred Rne, T, P. Long, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Rogers of New York; Mrs. Ernest White, the Misses Whlto of Syracuse, Mrs. E. II Wcthcrbee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Do man of New York; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Keller. William T. Wlntrlngham ana Miss Wintriugham of Brooklyn.