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Officialdom's Fun Planned for This Seimsei^How and Where
W0m Men Will Drive Dull Care Away Till Autumn Sets In Some Will Go to Sea in Palatial Yachts, Some Will Enjoy the Salt Breezes From Comfort? able Retreats on Shore and Others Will Angle or Shoot, While Some Prefer to Invent Frying Machines or Collect Butterflies?Sporting Sides of Our Public Men?Their Favor? ite Play and Playgrounds. BY JOH.X r.l.rill'.TM W ATKINS, Washington, D. C, July 30.?Sap? phire sea and sunlit shore, forest fastness nnd mountain slope now lure officialdom to Its playtime long de? layed. How the first citizen of the realm Will gambol and frolic up and down Beverly Shore until subdued again by the autumnal wanderlust you already know. Said realm's second citizen hies him Belf hence to Utlca. where, upon the elopes overlooking the shimmering Mohawk, he will play at husbandry until, perchance, the notion takeE him. as often before, to enjoy the zephyrs of the nearby Adlrondacks, or to an? gle In the St. I^awrence. Peeping over the hedgerows of the Sherman homeBtead you may get a glimpse of His Fifth wheelshlp making great pretense at bucolic usefulness, and he was in this characteristic mood when our audacious snap-shooter caught him, blue-hnnded, in the act of plucking grapes from his own vine. inasmuch as the Vlcc-Presldent wac born within a half dozen Mocks of his picturesque manor, there is no dearth of neighbors upon the Sherman lawn these summer evenings. Vlce-Presldent'a Fsivorltc Spo-t. nut ull of "Sunny Jim's" hot weath? er pleasures aro not enjoyed within the home pale. As a golfer, he would like you to know he has a record that might sometimes excite even a Tafllan envoy were there such an emotion in the pathopsychologlcal catalogue Rut of hla Rolf prowess he dare never honst when son Tom is within hear? ing, for thst broth of a boy has al? ready won a collection of cups here and in England, and has been already counted one of the eight best Ameri? can players of the ancient Scottish game. Being understudy to the hesd otf the F'df Cabinet. It 1? fitting enough that Hherman the elder should make a more| than passable showing on the links, but when he wishes to drown the ?choea of Parliamentary parries and| thrusts, he does not, for sport, con fine his activities to the pursuit of the little warty sphere. As an admiring biographer puts It. "he is a baseball fan of the thirty-third degree and | likes to get Into the rooting when the game grows exciting" Motoring, loo,' Is a diversion which makes him forget I the grind of the fifth wheel. The premier of the Cabinet. Mr Knox, will do his frolicking, through August and part of September, at Cape May, the oldest resort on the Jersey coast, which President Harri? son preferred for his summer play? ground. I3ut while summer is blend? ing Into autumn and while the head of the nation Is making his swing n round the circle, the Secretary of i-tate wll return to hlw own Kden at Valley Forge, where he has his prl- ? yate golf links nnd billiard room. But rrfat as is his delight In hitting the bills of Ivory and gutta percha, more exquisite still is his pleasure in help? ing to break the blooded hunters and trotters which he breeds at Valley Forge, j Horses are his chief hobby, and it was his boast a few years back that Fe owned the world's fastest double trotting team. And when his pets, ridden by gentleman Jockles, win red] ribbons at the neighboring hunt club| meets he Is the happiest man In the Keystone State. Premier1? Sivlinmlng Pool. A private swimming pool upon his estate at Valley Forge Is also the boast of Secretary Knox. and In this great bath tub of crystal water, Bholtered only by the azure canopy of the ornpyreum, the third citizen of the nation can continue, now unobserved, thr- aquaib- pleasures enjoyed at Cape May. The two new members of the Pres? ident's council board have gone to op? posite extremes in planning their offi? cial vacations, the holder of the war portfolio?Mr. Ptimson?being already In tropic climes, learning something about the big Panama P'teh, whose fortification and digging he must supervise, and Mr. Bellinger's succes? sor. Mr. Fisher, the Secretary of the Interior?and also the exterior?be? ing scheduled to depart for Alaska to probe for himself the vexed Controller Bay affair. The War Secretary's Itin? erary has included also a look Into Ihe big cofferdam, wherein the skele? ton of the Maine Is being laid hare, and an Inspection of our well-behaved Potto Rlcan brothers, whose welfare comes under the general supervision of the Secretary of War.4 That wealthy ex-ranchman farmer, soldier and so rlety man. Governor Colton. has been the host of his chief in San Juan. But Secretary Stimson's rest period will he spent during August at his country home, and farm at Cold Springs Harbor, on the north shore of Long Island. Hunt? Moose* and near. A great gunner is Stlmson, and later In the season he and his congenial wife will start upon one of their ac? customed camping Jaunts. during which he will hunt big game. In re? cent years he has spent many weeks ?.talking moose In Canada and hunt? ing old Bruin out In Montana. Artd when the season la open he will be found riding llckety-spllt over the familiar Long Island hill slopes In pursuit of wily B'er Fox. Only a little peninsula separates the Etlmson summer estate from Oyster Bay, the stronghold of the ex-Pres ?dent. How Fisher Plays. Alaska sounds better. Just now, than any otner spot listed upon the itiner? aries of officialdom, ond after return? ing from that paradise of 'froBty.; glaciers. Secretary Flshor will go back to his comfortable Chicago mansion and to the Onwentsla golf links, where he has a record considerably under ninety. He is an enthusiast over baseball and football, as well as A private bathing beach adorned with picturesque bathhouse a>*td boat house will be the boast of Mr. Nagel, the Secretary of Commerce and Labor ?who pronounces his Qerm'an name. "Noggle." From their home In St. jrJouls the wealthy Nagels, scoured New. _SECnETARV OF STATE'S FAVORITE PLAYROOM AT SUMMER ROME. FAVORITE PASTIME OF S EC It ET A n V OF NAVY (ON LEFT). REPHESEXTATI VE "A'ICK" LO.VGWOIITH AT THE BAT. SENATOR BAILEY AS A HOUSE SHOW" JUDGE. JUSTICE ni'fiHES'S WIFE AND DAUGHTERS IX THEIR CANOE. England some eight seasons age. In search for a summer homestead site and seized upon an Ideal spot near Morion. Mass. Here they bought a roomy colonial house which has the vlrpin forest for a setting and whose park Is skirted by one of the salt Inlets of Buzzards Bay, the angling paradise of Grover Cleveland. ^ An Angling Cabinet Member. Prom hie boathouse ine wealthy I secretary goeB out almost dailv through the summer to fl?h In the in I let with his, son Charlie, a lad of six? teen. There Is also a tennis court upon the well kept Nagle lawn, and the secretary enjoys many horseback rides and rambles in the woods beiiinri His mansion. Upon the north shore of tire old Bay State Secrrtary of the Navy Meyer will be a neighbor of the President Hit summer home, at Hamilton, stands five miles back from the .s*a, and from! here he will motor to the summer capital at Montserrat, the diplomatic colony at Manchester, the exclusive Essex Club and the fashionable beach events at Magnolia. At Hamilton the secretary ^ daughters entertalne-J Miss Helen Taft earlier In the summer. In the New Hampshire hills, just over the. Massachusetts frontier, the keeper of the nation's purse strings will spend his summer at his magnifi? cent estate. "Knollwood," near Dub? lin?for Secretary MacVeagh Is an? other opulent middle-westerner who chose a spot In New England for his warm -weather playground. In n Summer Paradlee. From Its ccmmandlng site ICnoll wood looks down upon iaa acres of forest owned by Mr. MacVeagh; end through which a labyrinth of drives and hrldle paths thread thel.- way? for the Secretary of the Treasury's favorite summer pastime Is enjoyed In the saddle. Beyond this screen of forest shimmers Lake Monadnock, o i? ly a few 'Away, a? is also the moun? tain of the same name, rising to 3, 20(1 feet. The recreation ground of the At j torney-General and Mrs. Wlekershnm , will be the Virginia Hot Springs, dur Ing the first part of the vacation sea? son. Later they will retirvp. to their eait-alr retreat upon that azure cir? cumbendibus which is called Jamaica Bay. Long Island. The Wlckcrshain seal here Is a rambling house, which he calls Mnrshfteld and which lies, at Cedarh?rst, a couple of miles In frcrri Far Rockaway. Upon this peninsula the Attorney-General gets the salt air from every direction except due north-j west, from which quarter the winds do not venture save in the season of snows. The wilds of the West will the playground of the two remaining j Cabinet members. The Secretary of ' Agriculture. Mr. Wilson, will combing business with pleasure and Inspect the i great national forests, of which he Is , chief guardian, and the Postmaster | general, Mr Hitchcock, will knock j about Arizona and more firmly estab? lish his citizenship In that incipient ' State, which he hopes are lDnc to. re? present in the Senate Judiclnl Fans nod Golfers. The longest vacations enjoyed by of? ficialdom are those of the Supremo Court, who have to themselves tha. en? tire spring nn l summer s< Aiyns. Dur? ing this limn :hief Justice White's most exquisit J Joy is always spent In watching thn national game or read [ Ing the scores -.f llu- big leagues. An? other enthusiastic fan on the Supreme bench Is J?stlco Day. whoso colleague. Justice Harlan, ' ".n old Iloman," is an enthusiast over golf, which he plays on tho presidential course, at Chevy Chase. The favorite summer haunt of Justice Hughes, is Saranac Lake, where Mrs. Hughes and her , daughters delight in canoeing. Jus ! tlco Allver Wendell Holmes enjoys ench summer tne seaside life at his estate upon the Mosoachusotts north shore, near his famoil father's old re? treat on Beverly farms. Such of his vacation as he docs not spend at' his homo in B 'Vling Green, Mo., only a doxiin mllos from the banks of the "Misslsslp." Speaker Clark ?Bend* on the Chaut&uaua lecture cir cult, where he not only earns $1,000 per week, but a goodly amount of popu? larity. Woodrow Wilson's Senalde t'ot. That vacations are expensive tiiinss from the official point of view, m Jersey, Governor Woorirow Wilson has learned after having been docked near? ly $1,000 of his salary for the time that he spent touring the country in June and July. Thus the transaction appears on the State pay rolls, at least, although the acting governor, who was entitled to draw the sub? tracted amount, has paid it back to the Governor. The latter will now spend a month at the "Little White House." at Seagirt, which New Jersey maintains a3 a summer home for its executive, whose expenses are home there by th? State during the official summer visit. The chief summer Joy of his rival, Governor Harmon. Is witnessing the great American game, a; which he was an adept In the days when he captained the Denlson College nine. One of his favorite pleasuro haunts, when at home In Cincinnati. Is the country club, known as the Pillars, and here, up to the time he entered official life, he played baseball many a summer Saturday afternoon. On the very Saturday that he became Attorney General of the Unjted States he was scheduled to play first base in a game which the Benedicts played against the. Bachelors at the Pillars, and the fact that the married men were beaten was blamed on his deser? tion. A telegram signed by the other eight players on his nine and laying their defeat at his door was one of the first greetings which he received In Washington on that memorable da/. Some Sporting Seno/Ora. Another public man who has played ball since he settled down to middle age Is Senator Murray Crane, of Mas? sachusetts, among whose colleagues with sporting tendencies are Watson, of West Virginia, and Bailey, of Texas, who, like Secretary Knox, go in for breeding blooded hunters and trotters: Penroae, of Pennsylvania, and Frye. of Maine, who are both trout fishermen, and Llppltt. Aldrlch's successor, who owns a fleet of racing yachts. The Lippltts have leased for the summer the Edwin S. Cramp villa at Newport. | whither they sailed from Providence,, their home city, in the now senator's! steam yacht Magnet. All of this opu-j lent Solon's daughters are adepts at; outdoor sports, especially MiSB Fran? ces, who is said to be the crack au? tomobile driver upon the beach of Rhode Island's millionaire paradise. The other wealthy Rhode Island sen? ator, Mr. Wotmore, has a villa at New? port. Golf, pedestrlanism. and foreign travel are the chlot vacation pleasures of New York'a now senator, O'Qorman, who Is said to have gone abroad more often than any other man now in Con? gress. This summer he and his big family will be ensconced at the Range-J ly Lakes, In Maine, where his colleague. Senator Frye, has long had his fish? ing camp. One of Representative ?'Nick" Long worth's favorite summer pastimes Is a game of baseball. He spends most of bis summers upon the north shore of Massachusetts, where his mother has a cottage not far from President Taft's. The new "baby of the House,'' Jack Reyburn, son of Philadelphia's mayor, cruises during vacation on his i father's steam yacht, Oretchen. which I berths In ashington each winter, but points her nose up the New Fingland coast every summer. The other day she headed for New London, Where t lie Keyburns have their summer home. Oak Lodge. Late In September she will take the family to Durants Island, in Albemarle sound. S. C, for the hunting season. I Tinkers, Guiinera nnd Anglera. Tinkering with aeroplanes and auto? mobiles, types of _both of which ve? hicles h6 has Invented, Is the favorite vacation pastime of Representative Butler Ames, of Massachusetts, the wealthy young grandson of General "Ben" Butler. One of the best nil-round recupera? tors of the House side Is Humphrey, of Washington, who spends his best summer holidays on .the hunting nnd fishing paradise of the great North? west, where .his wife, a modern Diana, shares the honors, especially where big game Is to be stalked. Angling Is the chief summer pastime of Esch (Wisconsin). Stenerson (Min? nesota). Houston (Tennessee) and Sheriey (Kentucky). . And?speaking of anglers?probably the greatest In public life to-day is Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago. He is reputed to have fished in the streams of every civilized land, to have caught RSn brook trout In four days up In Michigan and to have land? ed the. biggest Jewflsh ever hooked In Florida waters by a pleasure seeker. He also has been called "the surest shot, the best horseback rider and 1 moBt accomplished wheelman in Chl i cago." Nor can we speak of great anglers I and hunters without mentioning Tim ! othy L Woodruff, of New York, who runs a close second to Mayor Harrison. Admiral Collects Butterflies. Collecting butterflies has beon a va? cation fad of Admiral Dowey'o since he gave Up riding and scouring the seas. Ooneral Wood, the chief of staff, rides, hikes across country, boxes and fences. His vacation commenced this summer wlt<h a trip to Panama, where b.A joined Secretary Stlmson in look ing over the sites for the canal forti? fications In the Canadian Rockies, of whbse majestic peaks he lately made the most wonderful panorama photograph ever produced upon this continent. Secretary Charles D. Walcott, of the Smithson and?Uncle Sam's chief scien? tific adviser?will camp through the summer with his sons. Admiral Peary, discover of the north pole. Is already In his summer re? treat upon Eagles Island. Casco Ray, Me., where he is erecting two build? ings that will store his valuable col? lection of furs and curios brought down from the lop of the world. The Maine coast will be the sum? mer playground also of the British ambassador, who Is at Seal Harbor, as well as of the Attstro-Hungar (an ambassador and Dutch charge d'affaires, who prefer Bar Harbor. But the great- summer colony for diplomats this year will be near Pres? ident Taft, on the Massachusetts north shore, where the temporary em? bassies arid legations of France. Rus? sia, Germany, Italy, Slam, Persia and Uruguay already have flown their picturesque banners In the sea's salty breath. And while the Secretary of State and the foreign diplomats are away from Washington the lid of our foreign office will be held cfown by Assistant Secretary Alvey A Ad?e, who has just completed a vacation more remnrkahle, by fnr, than any which will he attempted this year by a functionary of government. Although In his sixty-ninth year, this venerable diplomat with his trusty "bike" pack? ed off In the late spring for the con? tinent of Europe, where he rode no less than 2,000 miles, through France. Belgium and Holland, accompanied by William Thackara, our consul-general at Berlin, and the latter's wife, who have been rjls companions on many similar trips. And this is tho seven? teenth bicycle tour of Europa which Mr. Adee hns made. (Copyright, 1911, by John Elfreth Wat kins.) I * Onancock Social News Onaneock. Va.. August 5.?Miss S. A. L-angsdale and Miss Margaret N. Groton left Monday to spend a month at Orkney Springs. Miss Ollie l. Parker is visiting rela? tives In Northampton county. Mrs. John W. H. parker Is threat? ened with bloo<lpol3ontng, at her home, "Frnnconla " Miss Sarah. N. N. Parker Is home from a visit to her aunt. Mrs. Nina Page Nottingham, of Cape Charles. Miss Bernice G. Winder, who haa been with her uncla. Peter Groton. of Pulaski. for tho past year, Is at the home "f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wlndor. Miss Rlanche, N. Rich returned from a trip to Baltlmoro Tuesday, i Mrs. B. M. Custls left for Norfolk Wednesday. There she Joined her cousins. MrP. Salllo Rogers and Mrs. Nannio Wise Craft, and they pro? ceeded to Orkney Springs for several weeks. Mrs. II. D. Marshall and grandson, of Charlotte Courthouse, are guests of Rav. and Mrs. J. W. Lucy at the uiunse. Rev. A. B. Dunnaway, pastor of the Acconmc Baptist Church, left for his old home In Lancaster Monday, vrhere ho will conduct a meeting for two > Mrs. Sponcer D. Fletcher, of "Sham? rock," had as her house guests this week Mrs. Belle Burke, of Hampton; Mrs. Kenzle Holland and daughter, of Oniej : Miss Anne E. Fletcher and Thomas II. Evans, of Capo Charles; Mrs. Rufus Wilson, of Camden, N. J. MIbscs Helen and Sal lie Starling, guests for several weeks of Mrs. Ida Ailworth. near Accomac, have returned to Baltimore. Mrs. E. B. Flnney Is In West Bend, Wls., the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Woolfrone. Salem Social News [Special to The. Times-Dispatch. 1 Salem, Va., August 6.?Miss Pearl Mann left this week for a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. W. Waddy, at Marlon, after which she will visit other points In the Southwest. Mrs. R. B. Eggleslon and two chil? dren, of Richmond, are guests of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Boxley, on Broad Street Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Langhorne spent the past week at Virginia Beach. Mrs. Mnlcom Poak and three chil? dren, of Lynchbutlf, and Mrs. A. L. Roberts and little daughter, of near Rnanoke, are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mann, In West Salem. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Oakey are spend? ing tins week on tho seashore. Mrs K. W. DeVault and little daugh? ter, of Johnson City, Te.nn., are visit? ing Mrs, E. P. Walton, on Roanoko Street. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelster are guegts of relatives In Norfolk. Mis* Janet Ferguson has returned home, after attending the summer school of the South, held In the. uni? versity buildings. In Tennessee. Mrs. P. H; Chelf and two children left Tuesday for a several weeks' visit] to relatives In Bluefleld, W. Vn. Mrs. A. S. Preston and daughter, Miss Helen, of Jasper. Ala., are guests of the family of Thomas I. Preston, at Falrvlew. Mrs. J. H. Ashworth, of Martlnsvlllo, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Rhnrtzer, at "Riverside," Mrs. C. D. Denlt and three children left last week to spend several weeks at Bell Air Hotel, Newcastle. Mrs. W. N. Goodman, of California, Is the guest for several week? of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Dcaton, on I'nlon Stroet. Freeling Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Freeling, Vn.. August 5.?Meivin Fleming, of Fiemlngtown. Is at Freel? ing. Alexander Killen, ol Osborn's Gap, Is in town. Octovus McFnll. of Pound. Is vlslt'ng his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Mc Fall, of this place. Thompson Boggs, ol Bolecamp, Is In town. Qarland B. Davis, of Norland, l_ at Freeling. Nathan E. Beverly, of George's Fork, is v'sltlng relatives at Freeling. RufllS B. Swlndal, of Osborn's Gap, Is here. Miss Cora Beverly is visiting her cousin. Mrs. Clementine Mann, at Tom's Creek. Culpeper Social News [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Culpeper. Va., August 5.?C. C. Wal? ton, of Norfolk, was the guest of Al? fred Pulliain this week. Mrs. Cox and children, of Richmond, are visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Sprlnkel, on East Street. Hon. Ralph W. Morse, member of Congress from the Fifth Indiana Dis? trict, spent Sunday with W. It. Pleak. at Greenwood. Messrs. Harris Browning, of Rich? mond, and Loyd Browning, of West . Point. Miss., are guests of Mr. and I Mrs. Ben Browning for several weeks. Mrs. Earlc Whltehorne. of '"aid well, N. J., arrived this week to spend the' month of August with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith. Mrs. Dick Yancey Fields is \ (siting her daughter, Mrs. Robert Burton, at the latter's homo near Rapldan Mrs. A. W. Pulllam is the guest this woek of friends and relatives In Madi? son and Orange counties, and will at? tend the Orange Horse Show before, returning homo. Edward perry is spending the week with friends In Norfolk and at Wll Joughby Beach. Mrs. T. E. Brooks and children, who have hecn spending some weeks with relatives in Richmond, returned to their homo horo this week. Mrs. Pamela Brown has returned from visits to her daughters in Mar tlnsvllle. Farmvllle and Cumberland, and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wulte for several days before going to her homo In the upper part of the county. Mrs. Thomas Henry and the Misses Henry, of Clevoland Park. D. C, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Yancoy at their beautiful country home; near Culpepor. but will go next weok for the remainder of the summer to Mrs. Henry's old home, near Slate Mills. Miss McEldrce, of Baltimore, who has been the guest of Mrs. Randolph Norrls for several months, left Wed? nesday for a visit to friends at Tho Plains, accompanied by Mrs. Norrls. Mrs. George ?. Roberts, of Rich? mond, who has been visiting In Phil? adelphia, Is now the guest of relatives in Culpepor. Miss Fannie Yoweli and her niece, Miss Fannie Louise Rlxey, entertained a few friends Informally on Wednes? day evening at Corner ' View, their home, near Culpeper. Miss Margaret Johnson, daughter of the late L. O. Johnson and Mrs. Anno, Johnson, of The Bungalow, In lower . Culpeper, and William Marlin were married on Wednesday at the homo < f Judge and Mrs. Embrey, In Fredericks burn. Mr. and Mrs. .Martin are now on an extended Northern trip, but will ho at home after the ISth of August at Mtlbank Farm, In Fauquler county. Miss Celesto Williams entertained the Wednesday Morning Bridge most charmingly this veek at the home if her sister, Mrs. Herndon Rlxey, on Jameson's Hill. Those plnylng were Misses Jaquellne Ware, Byrd Law, Mary English; Mesdnines Ira Rhodes, of West Virginia; James SJrother, Max; Samuelson, Louis Wise Jennings. H. T. Underwood Miss Mary English was the fortunate winner of the prize, a silver call bell. General Vaughan and the offlcers of his staff were hosts at a dance In the Armory Hall on Friday evening, com? plimentary to the people of Culpeper. who have entertained them since the encampment here. The regimental band furnished the music. The first part of the evening the cotillion was danced, led by Colonel Jo Lane Stern, of Rich? mond. The chaperons Included Mes dames Roslln Vass, Max Samuolson( Edwin Grlnsley. Christian College Social News [Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.J Virginia Christian College, August 5.?Among the guests in attendance upon a recent function here were Mrs. Thompklns Hurt and Miss Kathleen Hurt, of Oklahoma City, formerly of this city, and now visiting Mrs. C. A. S. Hurt, in West Lynchburg. Mrs. Snldow. Mrs. Eller and Miss Eller. of Winchester: Mr. Carner, Mrs. O'nrlan and Miss Mary O'Brlnn. of Purhnm: Misses Fowlkes and Rich? ardson, of Durham, and Mr. McClary nre new nrrlvals. Misses Eller and Miss Richardson were formerly stu? dents of this college. Miss MnJfarot Venable and Mrs. Moseloy are visiting Mrs. George Ven? able In Rlvermont. Westover Is with one accord pleased that Mr. and Mrs. Talley will remain here Instead of going for a contem? plated visit to New York. Stewart Howard was cordially wel? comed upon his return with the Homo Guards from Culpeper. The walking party of last week, with the addition of Miss Easterllng, on Tuesday afternoon was treated by Mr. Howe to an enjoyable riverside walk nnd boating expedition. Miss Lois Willis had a charming river trip on the same afternoon. At tea on Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs. Howard I* Bowman, nt Baltimore, formerly of Lynchhurg, Mrs. O. B. Barker. Mrs. Fllas Rich? ards. Mrs. A. F. Thomas. Mrs. W. B. Ryan. Mrs. William I* Bowman, Mrs. Ernest Bowman and Mrs. Bransford Younger were guests of Misses Bow? man. Miss Borden Is nt home from a visit of several days' duration to friends nt Natural Bridge. Raleigh Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch ] Raleigh. N. C, August 5.?Raleigh SI Junior German Club gave a unique dance Tuesday evening, for which tho voting women wore middle blouses and ?klrts. and the young men hltia serge coats and white trousers. The dancing was led by William Joyner, u, Japanese lantern figure being tho most striking feature. After lining up for the german the lights were cut off and Japanese lanterns In the hnndsi of the dancer,; Imparted a decidedly unique effect The affair was in honor of visiting young women, among whom were Miss Mercendes Dolmore. Spo? kane, Wash.; Miss Annie Elizabeth Slmonson. Portsmouth. Vn.; Miss Sue Dalvrimple. Rowling Green. Ky.; Mlsa Virginia Taylor, Rock Hill. 8. C; Miss Marlque. Reno. New: Miss Rollem hones. New York; Miss Sue Taylor, Rock Hill. S, C.i Miss Tysehe, Rich? mond. The party was ch.iperoned by. Mrs. ,1. O. Lltchford an?! Mrs. James L Johnson. Mrs. R T. Grny and Miss Caro hava returned from a visit to relatives In FayettevlUe. Dr. and Mrs W. D. MncMIUan. of Wilmington, have returned home, after spending a week with their daughters* Mrs. C E. Matthews and Mrs. W. J. Martin. Mrs. R. N. Sluims has returned from Ashevlllo, where she spent some tims with her parents. Dr. Hubert ' Royster has returned from Los Angeles, where he attended the American Medical Association? Mrs Royster Is at honte again, after a visit to her parents at Princess Anne? Md. Miss Annie Pulley, of Eagle Rock* and Charles T. Horton, of Knlghtsdale, were married Wednesday at Fuquay Springs, this county, and have gone for an extended hrldal trip that is to Include Washington, Baltimore. New York. Canada nnd Nova Scotia. MlsrJ Pulley has made quite a reputation as a gifted teacher In the Wake county schools, and the bridegroom Is a pros' pcrous merchant of Knlghtsdale. Norwood Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch.) Norwood, Va? Augut 5.?Mrs. R. Perkins and little 8on. of Portsmouth, are visiting Mrs. M. E. Scruggs. Mrs. Russfell Akers. of Gladstone. Is spending some ?Urne with her par? ents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bolton. Mrs. Hattie Shlpman and llttl daughter left on Saturday to visit Mrs Belle Page, of Ronnoke. Mrs. Adieus Tucker an.i three chll dran, of Richmond, arrived on Satur Joy, to bo the, guests of Mr. and Mr W. A Roberts. Johnnie E. ohnsop has purchase an automobile, the first one In til neighborhood Miss ' Bjy-nlce Dene, sf ter spendir some. Urn/i With Mis, Annie Turn? left on Sunday for her home In "Hue Vista. A, Mrs-Josie Roberts and children. Richmond, are visiting Mrs. Riehst Roberts. Willie and Carrtngton Callaway r?w,' turned on Tuesday from V. P. I., whereji they have been attending school for' the past session.