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OCEAN GROVE'S GOLDEN JUBILEE ATTRACTS N. J. SOJOURNER; i .A r.l r. h Movement Is Started .at Anniversary Services to Raise $700,000 to Liquidate Debt of pcean Grove Association Octuw OR0VE, N. X, Aug. 9. Ocean Ofove ' celebrated her golden Jubilee day this week with npprdprlate serv ices. 'The trumpet call, directed by Curtis Larkln, sounded the Jubilee at the opening of the memorial services In the Tabernacle conducted by Dr. James Marshall, vice-president of the association. The congregation then proceeded to Founders Park, where the 'first reli gious service was held In Ocean drove fifty years ago. Here under the troes an address was delivered by the Rev. A. J. Palmer of New York. Brief re marks were niado by Mrs Lucy D. Osborn, whose husband, the late Rev. William B. Osborn, selected the site for the resort, and prayer was offered by Dr, Aaron E. Ballard, the aged president of the Ocean Orove Asso ciation. Thq Rev. Dr, David James Burrell of New York preached the Jubilee ser mon In the Auditorium, announcing that the day marked the fiftieth anni versary of his entrance, ln(o tho min istry. A movomerlt, was , started to liquidate the association'; Indebted ness of $700,000, -1)r. Marshall -headed the subscription with a gift of $500, A like, amount was given by Mrs. Osborn In memory of her hus band. Other subscriptions brought the fund up to 1 3,2 50. Donald Chalmers-and 'Miss Ruth .Marshall led the musical numbers. The Jubilee' programme of- concerts and entertainments Is an exceptionally fine onoand Uf attractlng the attention not only,'' of Ocean Orove summer visitors bat of thoeo In resorts all 'along the coast. A capacity houso greeted Mlscha Elman at his fourth appearance In Ocean Drove, and the advance sale ot tickets for the recital of John Mc- Cormack to-night was heavy. r To Revive Children's Concert. The children's concert, long a fea ture of thq Ocean Qrovo summer pro gramme, la to be reeved by Mr-i. J. W. Marshall. Under her direction the youngsters' will give a concert the night of; August 19. at which tne spe cial featuro Will ho the singing ot Wolcott K.ohrs? boy soprano soloist In th Church of All Angels. Hew York. Following the reception for the graduates oi colleges and universities in this country and abroad the twelfth annual celebration Of college' day was held here, a fe,wj days ago, under tho direction of the Rev. Dr. Charles L. VS. Mead of Denver, formerly of Newark, jar. John Handlcy; who returned re cently from tho War zone, where ho passed a year as chaplain ot a United States army regiment, spoke on "The College Boy In the World War." The Immediate vicinity of the Temple; where, the affair was held, rang with college yells class songs and the voices of the Criterion Male Quartet The Ocean Qrovo Hotel Association will give a Jubilee concert, on next Saturday evening with SoUBa's' fcon'd as un attroctlbn, and Josef Rosenblatt, Russian- tenor, as soloist ...Mrs. Robert Q, Morris of New York gave a birthday party In the Hutchin son Hotel, for, her granddaughter, little Miss Louise E. .Morris. The table, decorations " were "pink rosebuds and the little ' guests wore Georgo and Martha Washington hats; The Albatross Club was entertained this we.cK at'theTiome of 'Mrs. Charles Q. Hopper. The guests were Mrs. George Washington Hall, Mrs., Will- Long .Branch Has Usual Crowd- Long Branch, N. J., August 9. Res idents of the West En'd section turned out in force' for the midsummer dance nr.d vaudeville entertainment In Mc Olnley's hall for the benefit of St Michael's' Church. Entertainers from New York oft the programme were Silas Malxte DownJln. toe dances, and Miss Vera .Brltt soprano soloist lti the Church of st John the Evangelist On the com mittee In charge Wero Mr." and Mrs. SIcGlnley, Dr. James Cattanach, James F. Hudson, "Joseph 'McCu and John J. Lively. The Calendar Carnival for the bene fit of St. James Church attracted crowds and netted almost $1,000. The booths, one for every month In the year, were arranged on the church lawn. The Wil son Sextette from Pleasure Bay fur nished cabaret music and pupils ot Miss Elaln'a School showed fancy (fencing. Wallace Fessler and Wilbur Lloyd presided over the Doll Bazaar. At the euchre and dance In aid of the Church of Our Lady, at the Lyceum, two hundred players took part, high scores being made by Miss May Curtis. Mrs. Charles H. C, Clark, Mrs. A. Whit man and Mrs. Irving Hampton. i The Locust Point Yacht Club hns elected It. C. Cretan commodore; A. A. Schwartz, vice-commodore ! B. R. Wil lie, fleet captain; W. E. Harty, treas urer; C. J. Mullen,-recording secretary; M. J, Roper, corresponding secretary; Joseph Carhart custodian, and John 'Conner, steward. The club will hold It annual Labor Day regatta and water sports at Clayplt' Creek. The Lights Dramatic Society gave a benefit performance Monday at the Em pire Theatre, Red Bank. Those who appeared Included Eddie Foy, Victor Moore, Pearl White, Sophie Tucker, and her Jszs band, the Dolly Sisters, Harry and Al -von Tllter, and Billy Murray. Lloyd B. Sandershon has purchased Knoltwood, the Rumson Road property cr the late Samuel Hess. J. Horace Harding of Now York bought recently the property adjacent to Knollwood on the south. Mrs. Geqrge Pullman of Ocean ave nue has with her her daughter, Mrs. Francis Carol In of Burtlngatne, Car! Mrs. Alexander Larnbert of New York s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bernstein at Monmouth Beach. Mme. Margaret Matzenauer, who has a cottage here, started a -few days ago for a three weeks' motor trip through the Adirondack-, Mrs. Albert Kohn of New York Is the guest ot Mrs. E. A. Alexander on Cedar avenue.. Mrs. Clifford. Seasongood was the win ner of the women's golf tournament at the Norwood golf links. ' Mrs. James Coughlan entertained at dinner this week for Mrs. Leeter Sickle;, Miss Doris Sickles and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Erlckson. Mrs. L. n. Gawtry of Lincoln avenue ,,!.nr ?ln,nr MBS Dttty Chlsholm of Jlldgefleld, Conn. Arrival at the hotels Include; V -wi i. . i jnyKunaMKie -air. and Mrs. John CCK1Q I Harvey son Qtti and son, John Beegle, Jr. ; Mrs. , -VMnevn, JIUESeiJ Mt7H, Nel- erman, Mrs. John Morey, Mist lam Colladay Robinson, alias Laura Cooper, Miss L. C, Brown, 'Mrs, Lau rent Harden, Mrs. Harry ,Sanford nnt ana Airs, c. u. iiopper. Mr. M. Smith. nrciMtnt' of the First Union, Brooklyn, had cnarge ot the general exercises at the' last weekly, meeting of the W. C. T. U. Miss .Frances WUlard Whann, prcsl dent of the National Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union In China, made a brier address. The thirtieth anniversary of the Methodist Episcopal Homo for the Aged was celebrated under tho direc tion of Dr. Marshall. Mrs. John Par ker of New York and -West Long Branch Is presldont of tho board of managers. , Mr., and Mrs. Gordon Retttfw of Philadelphia are passing their honey moon at the Whitfield. The Aberdeen is entertaining among other Phlladelphlans L.'j. Nathan. Mrs. Q. Carpenter of Philadelphia is at tho united States Hotel. Arrivals at the Hotels. Among the late arrivals at the hotels are: Seacroft Mrs. John Wiley, Miss R. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Torrill, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moffctt, Mrs. P. McualTney, Mr. and Mrs. Qorge T. Creedy, Miss Bessie O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. TCaho, John McKcag, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge H. Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson N. Hollson; James Andrews, Miss Jeanctte Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Harry M.. Lyons of Now York; Queen Mr.'and Mrs. William Tom- Unson. Miss-Ruth Tomllnson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Durkln, Miss Ruth Dur kin, Arthur Durkln, Harry Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewi son, Mr. and Mrs. James Lawler, Miss Frances Pettlngcr, Miss Ethel Doremus, ThomsS Williams. Edward Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDermott of New York. Grove HallMiss Margaret Hall, Miss Natalie de Garcia, Miss Louis Close, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, John Scott, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sea man, Miss Thelma, Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sheldon, Arthur Turner of New York. Spray View- Mr. and Mrs. John Rutherford, Miss Frances Rutherford, John Kempc, John E. Opperman, John E. Bennett Andrew J. Hurley, .Miss Ida Heppsteln, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fleming of New York. Stokes Hall John H. Fitch, John IS, Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shep herd. Miss Eleanor Snelder, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Franks, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Injgalls, William Henderson, Mr. and Mrs George M. Hullck of New York. North End Mr. and Mrs. James Jenklnson, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Westerroan, Mr. and Mrs. James Harding, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sutphen, Charles Crosby, Mr, and Mrs, 'Anthony Rcllly, Harry Rellly,. John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs; "' George Turner, William E. Davles, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ingalls, John Mayloo ot New York. Shelburno Mr. and Mrs. Francis Delllngham, Mr. and Mrs. James Han- ratty, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Klrkbrlde, Miss Ruth Klrkbrlde, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pawley, John Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. William Ottlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Georso Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. II. J, Plowman, Miss Martha. Brautlgam of New York. Pauline Morey, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. nillmore of New York. ! West End William Lawson. Rtchajl Chantley, Arthur Zimmerman, Mr, afid Mrs. John Perkins, Mrs. Edward Percy, John M. Nagle; Miss Kathryn M. Noble, Mrs. Arthur M. Jemlson of New York. Pannacl Miss Loretta Hunt Miss Kathryn Hunt John E. Shtnn, Richard M. Tuckerton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tollman, John Gasklll Edward Oasklll, Mrs. Francis M. Roterdam, James- E. Young of-New York. West End Mrs. Vincent M. Moore, Mrs. Thomas I. Pawley, Mr, and Mrs. Charlos T, Hollman, Charles Woolley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poland. Miss Ruth Pine, Miss aertrudo Gibbons, Mrs. George Beeman of New York. DEAL BEACH, N. J. Deal Beach, N. J., Aug. 9. The young people of Deal, with those of neighboring resorts, have been dog hunt ing this week. Miss Geraldlne Thomp son of Red Bank lost her wire haired fox terrier "Tunnln," and ber father, Lewis S. Thompson, was so anxious to find the little girl's pet that ho spent a thousand dollars in an advertising cam paign that Included notices In New York, Brooklyn, Newark and Philadel phia newspapers, and alt local papers, and billboard and window posters with pictures of the animal In every resort from Seabrlght to Bay Head. A reward of $0 wa offered, rind the whole Jersey coast was looking for "Tunnin," who Anally turned up after some days in Long Branch, The Deal Inn gave a masquerade ball last night Several vaudeville features were Included In tho. evening's pro gramme. There was a large attendance from the cottage and hotel colony, and the costumes were original and pic turesque. A large number ot dinner parties in' the grill room will precede the dancing to-night at Hathaway Inn. From New York at Hathaway Inn are the Misses Irene and Laura Smith and G, M. McSweeney. Mr, and Mrs. C. Barnard of Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. L. C, Neuman of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Peter Kuntz of Dayton, Ohio, are others registered at the Inn, SEA GIRT, N. J. Sea Girt. Aug, 0. With the depar ture to-day ot the last of the State troops who will b,e here for encampment thlsksammor the State encampment res ervation prepared to welcome the In coming men of tho State mtlltla reserves, or home guard units, who have arranged for perlpds of encampment and instruction, ana the riflemen who are coming here for practice and match nootmg. mo iai o( tne troops In camp were the Seventh Battillon of the State Mllltla, which returned to Jersey City and vicinity this afternoon. The fact that the last ot the Gover nor's Day celebration was held Thurs day at the Little White. House Is ex pected to clear the way for social activities ot wide range. Mrs. William N Runyon, wife of tfew Jersey's Gover nor, is expected to entertain on numer- ous occasions during the, late summer. She has been much sought in social clrc les In Spring Lake during the past week or two, having many receptions and luncheons held In her honor. The New Jersey State rifle team will come here for Its practice prior to going to the Caldwell ranges fqr the national rifle matches late in the, month,. The Old Guard of New York Is scheduled to shoot its tournament here starting August IS, and several toms;h4Vo asked for permission to practise. fcerev The rifle work will reaoh Its climax. Septem ber 1, with the opening bf the.jolnt tour hament of the New Jersey and New York State rifle associations. Activities at the hotels are at their height Moonlight bathing has been popularized during ths last week, even though the moonlight was restricted to an occasional glimpse of his lunar ma jesty through heavy aloud banks during the midweek. . wILDWOOD, N. j.. WitnwooD, N. J Aug. 9, The enter tainment committee of 'the Board 'of Trade has completed arrangements for Wildwood's eleventh annual baby pa rade on the Boardwalk Thursday after noon, August 21. There will be twelve classes for the babies; with three prizes to be awarded In gold to each clas. The queen, "Miss Victory," will be crowned at the Casino Auditorium on Wednes day evening, August 20. Balloting for tho queen will begin to morrow and will close on August 19. All young women, either visitors or resi dents, are eligible t6 enter th contest. The young Woman receiving the largest number of votes will be quech pf the darnivat for 1919, and will be presented with n diamond ring, and tho two young women getting the second and third highest number will be her attendants during the carnival and will receive pres ent!. , , The dog show here Is to be held on Saturday, August 2S; under the auspices of the Wlldwood Kennel Club. Frank O. Plerson of Philadelphia, president of the lub and chairman of the bench show "com mittee, has placed George W. Foley in charge. He has also appointed as Judges Al. Delmont Levi Wilcox and Mr. Brelhenlck. The club has' made a de parture from the usual custom, and In place of the regular cups' will ' give a gold medal for the best of each breed. Prof. Ludlow Grlsc'om. connected with the Museum of Natural History, New York, spent some time here recently on a quest for rare plants In Cape May county. This week contractors began putting In the piling for the S00 foot pier of the. North Wlldwood Fishing Club. William Loewenburg of New York Is at Wlldwood for an Indefinite period. Charles Jensen, Jr., of Brooklyn Is here for a fortnight 'Mrs. H. Heifers of Newark Is at the Dbrsey. Misses Carlta L Stern and Johanna Stem are spending August here. Miss Marie Farrant of Jersey City Is among the recent arrivals here. J. Koch ot New York Is at Wlldwood Manor. Mrs. Harold L. Blrdsell of Brooklyn is ai mo Ariinrton. t BELMAB, N. J. Bzlmar, N. J., Aug. 9. Ocean avenue cas Deen selected as the point for tho new bridge over Shark River which will connect Belmar with Avon. This will make tho bridge a link In the proposed ocean boulevard between New York and Atlantic City. The board of freeholders has agreed to build this bridge as well as two other needed bridges to complete tne ocean pouievara route it the munlcl palitles provide the approaches. In Bel mar the approach will run through ground which the Inlet Terrace Company has agreed to give to. the borough" for me bridge. -The contract will be let In time for the opening ot the bridge next summer. Plans are under way I to revive the old midsummer carnivals on Silver Lake. Prizes have boen offered foV the best decorated cottages and floats, as well as for the best costume for tho masquerade parade that will precede tho water sports." There will be twelve races on the lake. An Indoor swimming meet will take place In the Keely pavilion pool Thurs day attepnoon. Dr. McOrath of New, York has bought one of the Colonial cottages on Inlet Terrace, with additional ground for build mr. Mrs. Alfred Lewis has bought Inlet Terrace property and will build a sum mer home there. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Anderson of Avon tre others who will bluld there this fall. Paul Held, Russian composer, Is at the Atlantic Hotel. A card party was given at the Buena Vista Hotel for the benefit ot tfie Ann May Memorial Hospital. Mrs. George W. Leonard had charge. August 22 and 23 have been set as the dates for the minstrel show to be given by the Belmarvsls. Rehearsals are un der way at 'he Inlet Terrace club house; The annual open lawn tennis tourna merit will be held on the courts of the Inlet Terrace Club Monday. AVON-BY-THE-SEA. Avon-bt-the-Ssa. N. J., August 9. Tho Avon Comedy Club will give- lt eighth annual .benefit performance and dance next Friday add Saturday at, the Avon Country Club: Tho proceeds 'will be glvch to local charities.- Henry T. Mitchell will coach the oast, which will Include between sixty and seventy-five members of the summer colony. Newly elected officers ot the. club are Miss Ruth Mertz, president; Mlsa Alice O'Reilly, treasurer, and Miss Lucy Tompkins, secretary. Mrs. Theodore II. Froncke of Brook' tyn took first prize at a masquerade ball at the Avon Inn this week. Her costume was that of a' Chinese lady. Dr. Kranck'e' was dressed as an Arabian. Other dan cers In fancy dress were Miss F. Kelly of Manhattan, In a red harem costume; the Misses Proctor, who went as baby and nurse ; and Miss Emma Sharpe, who Impersonated a fairy. The annual tennis tournament ot the Avon Country Club will continue through the month with the finals on Labor Day. "'Visitors at the Avon Inn 'this week Include Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conover, Ralph L. Moran. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Johnson, and M. F., Barrott, of New York. . CAPE MAY, N. J. Cap Mat, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood J, Coane and Mrs. William J. Allen of New York are the guests at the cottage ot Commodore J. Clifford Wilson ot the Cape May Yacht Club and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. It E. Emmett of New York, who Is occupying a cottage here for tho season. Is entertaining Miss Sarah H. B Ponrose and Boise Penrose 2d, Mr. and Mrs. William Lycett of Brook lyn have been enjoying their vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baldwin ot New York are passing August at Cape May. Miss F. M. Ellis has Joined the Brook lyn colony. ' Mr. Frederick Burllnghanv, of .New York has Joined friends here, Richard Garctt of St James,. L. I., is spending the season at the-'Windsor. Mrs. H. K. Timothy. Miss M. A. Tim othy and Miss Marlon Ellis of New York are sojourning here for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge H. Hurtles and Miss Rita Burtlss of New York are at' the Star "Villa. Mrs. John W, Crandell of New York lias Joined the colony, at the Star VUla, Spring Lake Beach Well Filled arniNO La x Biaci, Aug. 9. The Hospital Alliance scored two more tri umphs this week. On Wednesday morn ing Miss Janet Richards lectured at the Essex and Sussex 'Hotel jth current events. The,Tueiday bridge and tea at the Gqlf and Country Club was well at tended, and the work' of raising funds for the furnishing of the .new hospital structure Is rapidly progressing. , The Bbrough Improvement Associa tion, orwhlch A. Clayton Clark Is presi dent held its first, meeting ot the ses son on Monday night at the Breakers HoUl. ' The, hteetlng" was productive of the.iutuat yearly, presentation of plans fqr 'the Imprqvement of the' resort and many of the plans Will be presented at the next meeting In. mora tangible form. The north Jersey coast ,tennls cham pionships were played last Saturday and Sunday. On Monday large fields ot con. testants started play In the women's sin gles and mUed doubles, The nnals are to be played tomorrow; Rain Interfered slightly, with the progress of, the tourna ment Among those, who are entered In the singles aref .Miss; Julia LIpps, Miss Kathleen Lester, JMIss Virginia Rose, Miss Casllda Clark". Mrs.. J. S. Francis, Mrs. J. Potter Stockton, Miss Gale Mor rison, Miss .Eleanor. Beggs. Miss Kathar ine Baum. Miss Evangeline Clark, Miss Edith Halm, Miss M. MacGuIre, Miss H. Cueva.. Mrs. R. J. Ross; playing In, the doubles are Mies Oaie Morrison, and Frederick Duggan, Jr., Mrs. 3. S. Frsnejn and Douglas Hlllyer, Mtea Kathleen Lester and It J. New- At Lake Lakh HopatcoNo, Aug. 9. Mrs. Ray. raond F. Howell of N.eW York gave a farewell luncheon Wednesday prior to her departure for Europe to sixty guests. The annual tennis tournament as well as the swimming championship contesth will be held Tuesday. Mrs. George LcA gon of Brooklyn will give a dinner Mon day followed by a dance In the pavilion near the cottage. Mrs. Henry Greves has planned a luncheon on her Bteam launch Rambler-' for Thursday and In the evening will give n dinner and musicals. Mrs. Horace Jenkins will have a bridge whist party and Mrs. L. Hawkins a din ner for her daughter. 'Friday night Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hoffman of New York 3111 give a straw ride to Budd's Lake, rs. Henry Todd will give a harvest dinner, and dance, for which she has Issued lOQ Invitations. Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins of Brooklyn have sent out Invitations for a muslcale Thursday evening. Mrs. James Graham, widow of Gen. Graham, who has been spending several weeks In her camp, accompanied "by her daughters, the Misses Helen, a race and Myrtle of Vassar College, left Tuesday for Newport A coaching party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Parker of New York to their friends or the Arlon Club Wednesday to Budd's Lake. Those who wero seated on the .coach were Mr. and Mrs, F. , Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. U Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. L. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs.'H. Powell, Mrs. K. Rogers and M Todd. The large dance given Thursday by Mr. and .Mrs. J. Stokes of New York at the estate Villa Crest was among the chief events of the week. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Thurston of New York gave an afternoon fete at the lake. Luncheon was served on the banks of the lake near the cottage and later on In the afternoon obstacle and other races were run. Charles B. Lathrop y 111 give a clam bake and an entertainment Thursday ELIZABETHTOWK, 'U. Y. EUzabxthtown, N. Y.,' Aug. 9. Sun day golf Is the apple of discord lh the Adlrondacks. Sojurners at the hotels and In the cottages wish to play golf Sundays, but the game Is not permitted on the Sabbath by the Cobble Hill. Golf Club, and at present there la no golf on Sunday, even during the tourna ment period, which Is now on. Among the players who entered for the Sutcr cup on Wednesday offered by Alfred Suter of New York were Judge Augustus N. Hand of New York, presi dent ot the club, .and Justice Charles N. Kelby of Brooklyn. Miss Serena Hand, daughter of Judge ' wn to jura no has been with them at their cottago here has gone to Wyoming. The recent New York hotel arrivals Include D. F. Renne. who has Joined his family at August. Deer's Head Inn for Mrs. J, ,E. Logan of New York, who recently' arrived at' Deer's Head Inn, will spend August there. tt Florence Loyplon ot New York Is among recent arrivals at Deer's Head Inn for tJie season. ' Mr. and Mrs. N. Somerfleld of Now York have been Joined at the Windsor by their Von, E, Somerfleld, and J. L. Hoffman of New York. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Oonzolas and their daughter, Mrs, Qr P Machlas of New York ore spending August at the Wind sor, . --- A. ,F. ParsltOf New York Is among IhCsevsrrived for August at the Windsor. Dr. and Mrs. Frank- Hopkins of New York who recently arrived for August at the Windsor, are accompanied by his brother. Prof. E. W. Jlopklns of Yale, and their daughter, Mrs. V. I Nellson. S. 43., Welling of New York, a mem ber ot the: Dunwoodle Club, Is among those who came to the Windsor for the period .pf the Cobble Hill golf tourna ment Mrs. Laura Murray of New York and the Misses Ethel and Qladys Murray are among those recently arrived for Au gust at tne Windsor, Others from New York Include iMr. and Mrs. 12. .J. Mcflr&ne. Mr. and Mrm Lowell II. Brown, Mrs, William R. Bar bour, Mrs. W .H. porter. Miss Carrie Young, Mr, and, Mrs. Charles L. Crane, E. V. Blake. James B. McKenno. Mr. and Mrs. M. D Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. E. a MclMalsohn, Edward Maxon, Harry Kelfer, DrrtVllllam J. Arlltz and It E. Toovln. DART'S, LAKE. Dart's Laxi. N. Y.. Aus-. 9 In all the years that William Dart has con ducted his popular Adirondack resort none has excelled 1919 tor both gayety and popularity. 'Trips tOiBIg Moose and Fulton Chain are favorite diversions for the motorist, and tho trails radiating from the shore of the lake at every turn anora ample opportunity for tramp ing and climbing. Among the late arrivals are: Miss Edith Clarke. Miss Grace Clarke. Mlis Elizabeth' McDonald, Mra. A. Lyon, M.- Bllven, Mrs. A. G. Crawford, Sherman Crawford, Miss Mary H. Henlca, J. C. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Low- nek, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Shlber, Mrs. W. 1L Caldwell, Miss 1 1. Ooodman, Mra A. Bommerfleld, Miss Florence Sommer- neld, Manhattan; Miss Mabel A. Pearson. Miss Florence E. Ward, Mrs. F. F. Caldwell. Miss Martha Caldwell, F. F. Caldwell, Jr., Julius Belter and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. E. Donavln. W. E. Donavln, Jr., Miss Kathryn Don avln, Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton, Mrs. H. M. Feagan, Mrs. V. M. Ironmonger, Miss G, N. Fltzpatrlck, F. H, Fltzpatrlck. Brooklyn j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Glenn, J. W, Glenn. Jr., John Glenn, aarden City; Mr, and Mrs. E. P, Moore, Flushing. house, Mrs. Verner and Mr. Sutton, Miss Virginia Rose and Fitch Rowley, Miss Hazel Messlnger and Mr. Pratt Mr. J. Potter Stockton and J. 8. Franols, Miss Margaret Marzelere and Mr. Kuser, Miss Eleanor Beggs and Samuel Tull, Miss Casllda Clark and.E. A. Clark. Plans for. ths annual pool day at the Bathing and Tennis Club are under way. Ths event will take plaoe August 30. The Garden Club met on Monday In the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hell ner ot New York and Philadelphia. Mrs. Hetlner presented Mrs.' William N. Run yon. wife of New Jersey's Governor, at a reception following the meeting, .Charles. Lathrop Pack, chairman of the Ameri can Forestry Association, maoe an, an? dress on the way In which' the forests of France, which have been under Federal control for 1E.0 years, saved France dur ing the war. Th Thuradav Luncheon Club, was en tertained by Mrs. Charles C. Norrls.SW. The club Is composed of eight -or. toe resort's socially prominent women, arid, their weekly meetings are made-enjoy,' able through the presence ot inviUd guests. Tift members are Mrs. Norrbw, Mrs. 3. Potter Stockton. Mrs. John A. Bradley, Mrs. Horace T. Cook, Mrs. W,J de Burgh Whyte. Mrs. Kan emv ua Evelina Deyo and Mrs. Beatrice. M.JIop, Kins. Mrs. William N. Runyon, Miss Janet Rlcharas and Mrs. Van Campen Hellher were honor guests at a luncheon given, by Mrs. Samuel Hellner to a large circle of friends at the Essex and Sussex Hotel on Wednesday. Hopatcong evening to twenty-five other lawyers from New York at his camp Woodlawn. Thus' far Mrs. Marshall DoremUs of New York has done the bulk of the en tertaining on a large scale. She has a muslcale every Saturday evening, fol lowed by adarice. At her last affair seventy-Aye guests were present Trips to the various camps along the shores bf the lake are frequently, un dertaken. A party was given Wednes day by Miss L. Hammond to Camp Look Out owned by twenty students of Co lumbia University College. In the party were Miss L. Conklln, Miss L. Elliott, Miss K. Hobson, Miss K. Wilson, Miss K. Hartley, Miss C Mason, Miss H. Gorman, Miss F. Dlckerson, Miss H. Tuttle, Miss II. Kennedy, Miss L. P. Thompson, Miss H. T. Young. Miss A. Morrison and Mlw O. Bliss. They were entertained at luncheon. A dinner and Informal' dance was given Thursday by Mr, and Mrs. George Gillespie .of New York at their cottago for eighty guests. The guests were re ceived by Mrs. Gillespie, assisted by her daughters, Misses Helen and Mabel. Among the hostesses who have con tributed to the pleasure of tho cottagers by dinner and coaching -parties are Mr. and Mrs. L. Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. L. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. D. . Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. T. Youman, Mr. and Mrs. O. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs: G. Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. D. Fergerson, Mr. and Mrs. II. Talmage, Mr. and Mrs. a. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. K Everett, Mr. and Mrs. L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Logan and Mr. and Mrs, L. Rog ers. There Is unusual activity among the members of the Cottage Colony Tennis Club. Somo of the players who will participate in tho championship tennis, tournament at Budd's Xake Thursday and Friday are Miss M. Steyens, Miss L H. Humphreys, Miss B. Clarkson, Miss L. H. Stewart, Miss C Boultori. Mies H. Fullerton, Miss A. CarpehterJ Miss K. Ellison and Miss L. Comstook. SCHR00N LAKE, N.' Y. Schroon Lake, N. Y Aug. 9. Plans' are now under way to hold a regatta Just off the Leland Beach, at this' re sort, and a tennlg tournament at the Leland House. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph S. Ochs will leave Lako George next Wednesday afternoon for Schroon Lake, where they will sponsor a concert for the benefit of the Fresh Air Fund. H. P. Rice of New York la at the Brown Swan Club. B. Anchell of New York, who Is spending the summer at the Grove Tolnt House, will stage an amateur vaudeville show In the hotel ballroom. One of the gala affairs of the season was the rovclty dance at the Bogle noun Friday evening. The young members of the hotel colony went for n regular old fashioned straw ride on Wednesday evening. ne,o.nt arrlwiu from v. Vnrv t the various hotels Include Leland House David Harris, Moe Solomon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Broder, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Goodman, .Arthur H, Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. M Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Smith, Mrs. Jacob Kati and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Max SarnofT, Dr. S.' Free man, Jesse Adler. Mrs. N. Sobel, Miss Ruth Sobel and Mr, and Mrs.. H. Bend helm. Brown Swan Club W. C. Taylor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Garry Phllbrlck, Mr. and Mr. N ' Kadlsan. Miss M. Lubln. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Newberger. C. M. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burdick. Howard and Robert Burdick, Miss Julia E. Dolland and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dyer: urove roini uouse Mr. ,ana Mrs, Joseph Knecht, Miss Florence, Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lbwenthal, Mrs. Donald J. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fcld blum, Miss Lillian Knlvy, Miss May Sarnoff and Miss Frances C. Judch. Bogle House Miss Hannah Goldberg. Miss Lcona Annapolln, David Robach, Miss C. Greenwood, Miss Ethel Levy, Miss E. Brooks' and the Misses Lowell Ondawa House Mr. and Mrs; L. F. 'Curtis, Edward Cassell, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lltherer, Mr. and Mrs. E, D. King, Mr. A. C. Mace, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Morris, Mr and Mrs. H. Qoldwater, Mr. and 'Mrs. D. Krause, Mrs. A. Miller and Mr, and Mrs. 11. Oppenhelm. GLOUCESTER, MASS. GkoucssTXR, Mass., Aug. ' 9, Every hotel ,1s niled and every cottage along the shores taken. J. Prerpont Morgan and family of New York are spending several days here. Mr1. Slorgan and his family,' came to Manchester on their yacht Corsair. ...V, I V, B . V, , ,,.. 1. . uvt, Aiia iuumtma ura visiiing ino 11. D. Grews, the Boylston Reals and tho S. V. Crosbys, all .of Manchester, Mrs. Morgan being the daughter of Mrs. Henry D. Grew, who has a beautiful summer home hero on the north shore. The family of Andrew Carnegie 2d is a; Racquet Lake, N. Y., but will return to their Beashora estate, Seawold, Man chester, near Magnolia, In September, for the autumn's stay, Mrs. Henry W. Peabody of Montser rat has been entertaining Mrs. Theodore Page ot New York and Florida, Mrs. James Madison Pratt of New York and Miss Mary Peacock ot Torresdale, Fa. William Tucker Lindsay of West Manchester has gone to England on a: vlstt with his uncle and aunt Earl and Countess ot Lindsay, who sailed on the' Aqultanla July 28. He will return for the Christmas holidays and visit his grandparents, the William A. Tuckers, In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght P. Day of New York arrived this week to take posses sion of the Bayard Tuckerman cottage at Manchester, Mr, and Mrs. Staalay Q, Mortimer and family of Tuxedo Park, N. Y., are now In the Stevens cottage. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Willys of West Manchester have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Bwltt of Chicago, and, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Van Camp of Indianapolis. Mrs. Willys has been In New York the last week. , Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond of Lookout Hill, Gloucester, have w)th them Mrs. Algernon. Sydney Sullivan ot. New -York. Capt WUlard H. Durham, professor of engineering at Yale, Is, a' guest of the Hammonds. Also staying' With: them Is Major FreaeriCK uurnnam. It la expected that the Prince .of Wales, who sailed August 6, to visit New York, Washington, Newport ahd Canada, may .also see the beautiful north shore.' John W. Garrett United States Am bassador to Holland, with his wife,, who Is returning to America, will be the guests of Ambassador Garrett's mother, Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett of Baltimore, whe has a Summer home at .Lands End, Rickport r , Ambassador and Mrs, Beltr'an Ma thieu of Santiago, Chile, South America, havi been spending a short vacation .at the Oceanslde, Magnolia. ,, Dudley OutpkJn, Judge Advocate, of' the United States army,, has Just re turned from servlco overseas attd he. has Joined his family at a cottage which they occupy In Atlantlo road, Bass Rocks. . . AUBURN, H. Y. Abtvcrk, N. Y., Aug. ,9. Scorfs ot New York city residents during the week have arrived In the Finger Lakes region, many planning to remain' In the land of he IrpqUola for the remainder of the immer. ,, Miss Virginia Roosevelt of New York rrlved to spend the rest. of the month at toosevelt Hall on Skarieateles Lake. Other New Yorkers In the Finger Lakes for- the remainder of the seaspn are' Dr. Aura Henry, who Is on Lake Keuka; Mr. John M. nock on Cavura Lake, and Miss May Harmon and Henry congaon. Other New' Yorkers In the region' are Mr., and ' Mrs. J. Edward' Loomls and famny, Waited Downs, Lewis P. Ham-, mond, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slavln. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bteertxen of Brooklyn are spending .the summer on Keuka Lake and. Dr. and'-Mrs.'C. R. Christopher of Brooklyn are occupying their cottage on Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dahl of New York are their guests for a month. Other Brooklyn people In the lake colo nies are Miss Gertrude Traphagen and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Benham, daughter Lots, and son John A. 3d ; Maynard Page, Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwin Anderson and children and Mrs. Minnie Lemont all of East Orange, are also summering In the Finger Lakes. New Yorkers sojourning at Watklns Glen on Seneca Lake include Mr. and Mrs. William W. Heaton, Mrs. N. B. Touwl. W. M. Sehliefer, Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Underhlll. POINT PLEASANT, N. J. -r Point Plsabant, N. J., Aug. 9 '"olnt Pleassnt's- summer folk and thOBe from many near by resorts attended in legion to-night the benefit ball and concert at the Lelghton Hotel for the St Vincent's HomA. Thn affair had been nlanned bv Aubrey Sommers of New York. It was the first ot a notable series ot- August events which will take place at the hotel. The sojourners will enjoy an old fash ioned, barn dance Saturday night and the week following a masquerade Is planned. Tennis week, the week ot August 26, will be brought to a close by the annual ten nis dance. During tho week, the invita tion tennis tournament, which has been a feature at the hotel for many, yeare, will be'played. The -children' are to have their" annual frollo at the hotel next Fri day. Although the midweek was rainy the summer hosts In Point Pleasant did not lack diversions. The hotels arranged for card parties and dansants in addition t6 numerous other Informal affairs. At the Pine Bluff Inn there were evening concerts In which the hotel patrons per formed. Miss Florence Louise -Phillips, daugh ter of Mr. and Sirs. John B. Phillips, and John R. MoCaffrey, both of Brook lyn, were married here Tuesday. Miss Ethel Volght was the matron of honor and the best man was W. Bernard Vause, BAYHEAD, N. J. Bathxao. Aug. 9. Bayhead looks forward with Interest to the opening August IS of the New Jersey Shore tennis championships, which are to be played as usual on the courts of the Biyhead Yacht club. Prominent players from all over the East are entered In-the matches and It is expected that the tour nament will develop some fast matches. Robert H. .Metcalfe Is in' charge. The Junior tournaments' were played this week. Miss Jdo'lyn Bronson of Tttus vllle and Graham Mattlson won the mixed doubles after a hard contest against Miss Oretta Dickinson of Tren ton and Landon Herrlck of Stamford, Conn: 1 Silver cups were awarded x the For the first time this, season Bay- head failed to find any 'place- in the re gatta of the Barnegat Bay Yacht Racing Association, seaside I'arK landed all throe high places. Nevertheless the Bay- head club stands' In a fair way to win the association's pennant WT5RNERSVILLE, PA. WrRHXRBVILLB. Pa-. Aue. 9. TVanltA the unsettled weather Galen Hall In the rn,,M,.i 1 ' I . .. . . , .' pa9tyv H. E, Mitchell, Slwanoy Coun- try' Cluo of New York, paired with Henry 13, Williams, "Galen Hall profes sl ranl. defi'atrd' Hawley Quler. Prince. ton Unlvernlty golf team, and Joseph Hlggtns of Reading, the Berkshire Coun try Club pro, one up In a foursome on the Oalen Hall course. The Galen Hall Golf Club's women's handicap wrs won by Mrs. W. G. Lig gett Oakmont Country Club of Pitts burg, with Miss Mary O. Estwetller, Philadelphia Country Club, tie with Miss Margaret Foster, Wykagyl Coun try Club, for the runner up trophy. Thirty-eight teed off. . Late New York arrivals at Galen Hall Include Mr. and .Mrs. William H. allien, Lieut J. E. Coane, Dr. and Mrs. George B. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. F. St. areer, Mrs. Harold Nathan and Mrs. Vincent Bobbins. BRADLEY BEACH. BRAourr Beach, N. J., Aug. 9. The young people at Hotel Le Relne pre sented the "La Relne Follies of 1919" tonight In the hotel ballroom. The per formance was staged under the direction of fMlgnon," assisted by Mies Sadie Er langer and Miss Blanche Rosenwasser. The proceeds will go to charity, A benefit card party was -held at Hotel La Relne Thursday afternoon for the Lena Invalid Aid Society, which has for twenty years aided th sick and poor of New York, and now is helping Invalided soldiers and sailors. Mrs. M. Erlanger, Mrs." J. Palk and Mrs. L. Cotien were among those organising the benefit Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Caplln entertained at a lawn party and dance last night In honor ot the Misses Youella, Among those Invited were tho Misses Lucy Cooper. Francis Shapiro, Haxcl Kelse, Sara Mann, Stella, Laura, Pauline, Haxel, Beatrice and Edna Yuelle, and Leon Cooj)r, Ralph Cooper. A. Torres, S. Alex ander, Iwster Harris, Arnold Marple, Ferdinand Manft and. Fernando, Rush Continues to Asbury Park, Tax ing Housing .Capacity to the Utmost----Suffragists Hold Big ,A8DUnr Park. N. J.. Atiir. . Ashurv Park -Is In 'need 'of portablo houses to accommodate the. crowd's of visitors who have flocked to. the resort within tho last woek, and for Whom housing capacity Is taxed to the utmost, ' Jlotol keepers hayo. put arrivals Into ball rooms and halls for the night. On Wednesday" tho Now" Monterey will bo the scene, of the mctst, repre,' sentatlve gathering of suffragists ever hold In -New Jersey. Tho occasion will bp, a rally held utfder the auspices of mo now Jersoy, suffrage ratification committee, a newly formed brcarilra- Uon which represents five Btnte or ganizations. At the Hotel Powhatan, a lawn" and porch party, with an entertainment woa tho leading social feature of the week. A masquerade baH a tho Jtlotel St5 Georgo was one of the 'attractions of tho hotel colony. , Between $600 and $700 was! realized as the result ot a weelt'a drlvo at tho Metropolitan Hotel for the permanent Blind Relief- War Fund.Or, soldiers and sailors. J ' , Late arrivals at the ho tola. Include: Auditorium Mr. and Mrs. I. Z. Hambleton, Miss i Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. E. T Kenney, Miss Vera "Kenney, Miss Bettle Kenney, Miss- Vera Ny- hay, Mrs B. P. MUUken, Miss, A, P, auiuKen, it E isner, Airs. ta. x-..uooa. win. Mrs. William A., Cable. Miss Dorothy Smith, A. A. Sufty, A, Conry, J. S. Morton, F. Hawarly, EUaa Mo nakari of New York. Montauk Mr. and M John ,N. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs, Vernon M.. Jeml son, Mlsa Anna Cummlngs, Mr.'" and Mrs. Harry Ingalls, Miss Ethel Koster, Miss 'Terese M. Duschesne, Russell Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Horry Swode, Miss Harriett Wlnberry, Mrs. George O. Mllke of New York. ' Florida Mr. and Mrs. deorge E. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelly, Miss Mary A. Mills, Miss Grace K. Mills, Dr. and Mrs. James Dunthe, Miss Anna M. Kerr, Mies Betty Canaho, Mrs. J. P. Zoppone of New York; Mrs. C. J. Burke, Miss Mary A. Burke, Mount Vernon. . Seventh Avcnuo Inn Frank J, Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller,- Mrs. A. L. Coon, Mr. and Mrs. H. T Cudemus, Miss Bessie Wakelln, W. S, Andrews. Miss Josephine Smith, Miss , Mildred Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roeser, air. and' Mrs. Rlcjiard Clark of New York. Monmouth Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blackwcll, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mansey, Louis Mansey, Edward Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Connor, Miss Olive Tomlns, Ar thur Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkhnrdt, Miss At the Pennsylvania Resorts Delaware Water Qkv, Aug. .9.. Air pilots are here and have, been flying-all week. Two machines are now' neces sary to carry those eager to make the flights and to' sea Monroe county from tho air. Prominent among the aviators staying at the Central Is Harry A: Mc Corry of the American Flying Club of New York. Ths Sunday evening concerts started at the Central lost week with local tal ent assisted by Earl Bruch of New York. A dance In honor of Sidney Wine lander of Brooklyn, who is passing the season at the Central, was held Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Carr ot New York are at the New Klttatlnny. winthrop Holmes of New York, who Is at the Olenwood, has captured several tennis trophies here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allison of New York arrived at the Castle Inn to-day for the remainder of the season. Miss Mabel E. Egan, Miss Agnes T. Hogan and Miss Mae Moran of New York are at the Forest, The Bellevue reports a full house. Straw rides an mountain climbing ab sorb the Interest of the people staying here. Recent New York arrivals In - elude Miss May Fallon. Miss Grace Hun ter and Miss Emma MoyeK Among recent Brooklyn and New York arrivals at the Rlvervlew are Mr. and Mrs. W. Lannter and daughter, Miss Grace, and Mrs. J. P. Holland and daughter Miss Olive M. Holland. New York arrivals at the HUlcrest during the week end Included R. H. Relnhart and William Arnolff." Other recent New York arrivals In clude: Klttatlnny Oliver Morosco, Mrs. A, Patterson, C. A. Rose, Miss Blanche Strauss, Miss Molly Reld, Miss Lillian Connolly, Blanche Dlngleman, F. Cooper and family, the Misses Alexander, the Misses Cameron, Miss Katherlne Kelly, Anna Kiernan, Jeorge y. Winer, Fred 1 Kayser, Arthur Keegan, William Brad t 1 v nnd farnllv Olenwood Mr. and Mrs, S. Young mtnrop Holmes, Dorothy U. Brltton, Leila J. Brltton, M. J. Brand and family. Central Robert Lynn, C. Bender, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McCarry, F. E. Huffcrld, M. E. Saundall, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Colton. C. A. Frutchey, L. H, Hirst, E. L. Burkhard, Emma L. Weber, L. W. Home, Dennis Monoco, Sirs. A. Slason. Elsie Mason, George H. Davils, Karl Tauter, Mr, and Mrs. S. Brundage. Castbe Inn Joseph McCalllon. Mr. and Mra W. H. Allison, B. Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. A. Slegcl. Mrs. C. Abraham. Helen ' R. Last, Lee Nooros, Irving It .Abrams, ' J. D Kline. F, W. Brown. Forest Silas Mabel E. Eagan, Mrs. T A. Egan, Mies Agnes St. Hogan. Sir. and Mra L. C. Dietrich, Bert Ilouck, Miss Mae Moran, Miss Co 11a Vltelll, Sir. and Mrs. D. C, Wheaton, Sir. and Mrs. F. J. Macklu, Mr. and Sirs. B. Anglln and dauihters, Miss Stary McGovern, Sllss Anna Nevlus, Fred 8teedlng, Harold Granger, It J, Kelly. , Bellevue Miss Slay Fallon, Sllss Grace Hunter, Sllss Emma Moyer, Sirs. It Cnffre. Arthur F. Handel, James- W. Dillon. Walter Leifa, William Oross. Florence L. Keene, H. P. Dougherty, Arthur J. Adams, Frank Gorman, Claude Staberg, Miss Slarguerlta L. Kelly. Rlvervlew Louis Gaucher, M. An ders, Mr. and Sirs. Lamlner, Grace Lamlncr, Sirs. J. P. Holland, Silas O. M. Holland, Charles M. Olsen, Mr. and Sirs. G, K. Cross, SL IC Cross, the Misses Threcsa Crupullo, Anna F. Huelle, Ada Hunt Margaret Whalen, Gertrude E. McGovern, Mrtla HHder brant. HUlcrest It H. Relnhart, William Arnolff, Sirs. Wlllhelser, Martha Levy, Mr. and Sirs. William Gregory. Mr. and Sirs. L. C. Qaslerger. Sir. and Sirs. 3. J. Lewis, Sir, and Sirs. S. F. Wolff. Mr, and Sirs. O. A. Sleeper, Sir. and Mrs, M. T. Rose, Sir. and Mrs. S. M. JJorohtxa, Cordelia Frost, Phoebe SYvet Rally. v Harriett Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs V J. Mnbee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas v. Winkle of New York. tfenlmoro Mrs. A. Knit., a Warrenj Mr, and Mrs. John w3 er, Mr. and-tars. Thomas J. KlrkK Mr- hd Mn,. Harry G, Couin, Fisher: Mr. and Mrs. Harry McOov ern, Mlss-i Louise McGovern, mV." Thoma.s Langdan, Mr. and' Mrs. Geort. Munsoy of N.qw York. - New Mdrtterey Mr. nnd Sirs. J a Scott, Mr,, and Mrs. Bernard V W, golfer, Miss Ruth Cnvaruugh' MiL' Mdna Cavanaugh, Mr. and Sh Georgo Tumen, Charles Miller 'iw Wasler, Dayid Wesler. Mr. apd Nelson Karls, Mrs. Rlqhard Tush. Mr, and, Mrs. George Hannan, y,, Mrs. Louis Teuman, Mr. and hUixtZ cent Munson ot Now York. Metropolitan W. COrtlandt, Mrs D E. Speyer, Mr. oM Mrs. cUrWll Clifton, Mr- nnd Mrs. Thomas WrlhlL Ethel Frlsby, Mr. and Mrs. iiuZ Brent, Richard Mooney, Mr, and lira Harry M, Smith,. Mr. and Mrs: Charles Burton, Mr. und Mrs. Vernon N. Leech Miss Edna Leech,. Mr and Mrs Thomas Whitlock of New York, Columbia Mrs. J. Cooper Reid.'Mn A. A. Cardinal, Mr. ahd Mrs. H. J Norwood, Miss Vyvyan Albaneslus! Miss. Ethel .Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Rich, ard M. Bryen. Mr. and Mrs. Ttomai Cooling, Mrs. ,C. L. .Flehback, Mri and Mrs Edward HallMr and Mr JimM O'Haru, Mies Marie Cobb. Uu. u LaCompte,' jar. and Mrs. Georg, Brooke .of New York. Coleman House Miss Dorothy Lee, Miss Harriett Frost, Mr. and JlrsTH. J. Morris, Mlsg'Elcanor Stumn. Churl.. LCook, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schlosn, juib .iiiinmi xouin, oiiss M, Taylor Mica Beatrice Wnjwicr, Miss Betsla Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Rusell Forto, Miss Jeanetto Smith, Rudbcl Rogerj, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Nelson, Harry St son, Louis Schuman, Frank Shorian, Richard Miller; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lawson of Iew York. Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. James At. klnson, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Upham, John' Stlllwell, Fred Mackenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Hory Pawley, Mr. and Mr. James Smith, John Gorman, Miss Lll. llan Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Harrjr KIrke, John Brooke, Miss Vlvlnri Mun son, of New York. Bristol Mrs. Robert Lce,(Mls Dor othy Levy, Miss Lillian Stern, Mlsi Sylvia, Murphy, Mrs. Robert Murrar? Miss Anna Ryan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hirrf Ryan, Mrs. Edward Freeman, M!m Paulino Freeman, Miss Bertha Efrn sey. Miss Helen Mann, Miss Gloria Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard. Louis Lehman, Miss Gertrude IUyti of Now York. Mr. TocpNO, Pa., Aug. 9. The ttcmi weelt of, August .finds' every 'available spate' 'decupled ln"th.'e his houses here; Al all the tels everything Is iUi amueementH without number. At the Mt. Pleasant Hnusu Dr. Henry Rue of New- York city Is a regular week end visitor to See his family The Misses Ella C. and Lillian Grace of New York are at the Belmont New York arrivals at the Ftrv!e Irclude Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mtti-ar and Mr. and Mrs. F A Leslie James E. Mott and Mis M"t. of York are again at the J'ouono i.e. m tain House: At the Ontwood this week li tures were; Monday evenin,- a m cale by Miss Berer and Mr Moor New York; Tuesday evenins, an em ' talnment by tho blind in.-numcnij it. Mr. Coffin: Wednesday, a mock wdt.os with the manager of the house, JIp. Artman, as tho minister, Thursday big masquerndo; Friday, a dance at 'it Mount Airy; Saturday, a hoi 1I05 rout ana straw ride tu i'araaise run. Recent Brooklyn and Manhattan ar rivals Include: ' Mount Pleasant House Mr and !". I W. O. Comstock. Olive Comstock. Mr, I and Mrs. S. D. bprong, B. Censer, S. X 1 Hohl. Jr.. Gertrude Raftery JW Charles Wesley. Sirs.- F. A Teters, Mr. Belmpnt Ella G. Grace, LoretU a Colwell, Blanche Strong, Mr and Jin St., L. Bullock, Sirs, Thomas Gay, Etr" E. lay, Charles Stafford, Frances I. Stafford, Frank Wellington, Mrs. 3i I SlcCormlck, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Colwctt Falrvlew Ethel SI. Keyes, James II Soper, Mrs. E. Boe. Arthur J. Born. Slry L. Schatz, Katherlne A, Schneider, Mrt, Arthur Born, WIlllanfF. Tobln, Mr. mi Mrs. F. A. Leslie, Sir. and Jim. A MeU gar, F. Slarle Sletrgar, Louis Mablno, Alice Little, Sir. and Sirs. Mlliarfl Durkin, Sir. and Sirs, John Kain, Ontwood Sir. and Sirs. A D. Krsi Sirs. R. Mitchell, Sirs, Slury Horton.Mlii Clara Horton, F, W. Dooley, Sir. an Mrs. H. Berger. SIcs. E. Elden, CaarlM B. Goldsborough, A. L. Buckley Pocono Slountaln House Sirs. 0. Ramsay, Sir. and Sirs. It A Norrla, Mr C S. Anderson, Sirs. A. H. Butterwortl, Sllss A. Butterworth, Sir and Mra Wi H. Kavanaugh, Sliss A. Dora Smith. SHAWNEE ON TEE DELAWARE. Many visitors are at the inn hore. Among them arc i"1" vt with. his wife and daughter Mr M and Sim. H. n. Velmcs of N Vo Sltf and Sirs. Robert Young Bernard Ph .adelphla, Col. and .Mr Henry j- Phillips, Edward Torger F S C. F. Goodwin, ull of Hldgewood :. J j ir ..! t Tn..nh a .T.mney afl family of Philadelphia. 0RESC0, PA. Cresco, Pa,, Aug 9. Nut" a M way of entertainment h lacit S Cresco-Canadensls section of Mn"' county. The annual Barre" W1""-' fair will bo held next itatuiday " thousands will flock to tho fair Ifro"" Tennis and hikes cont.tuf '"""Jl sports of guests of the Plnehu-s JM?" O'Shea and Sirs. O'Shea of New " city are recent arrivals i' house. Sirs. Helen Friend of Ne arrived at the Pines Ham g bn" and family of New York are unon re cant arrivals at tho Hpnue STR0UBSBURG, PA. STItOUPSDUBQ, Pa AuF St Vtiij lawn fete on the Maplehuist awn for benefit of the Clentra: , held next Saturday cvi-ntr men's Carnival will Mr m nlng, the llth, 'i. iho Oour' H Sirs.' Lewis Bums u n recent arrival at the Chu The Fl- j f Ireta- il rn, Minn Mirv Tfnnurh nf New V rtt, whe" at the Pennlyn. jj.?