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   New York Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1903, New York, New York                                 THOUSAND ISUNOS  _r  1"У|[^Й|№Пв1 Planning Many Entertainments for Members of tiae Royal St Lawrence Qub-  Visiting  -To  Decorate River Banks for Twenty-five MOes.  /  E‘>  THOUSAND ISLAND PARK, Aug. 8.-jPrezoinent yachtsmen of -he Thousand Isl-mhds i^ho are actively engaged in planning for the entertainment of the Royal St. / Itawrence Yacht Club, which will visit here khortly after the middle of the month, have under consideration the project of arranging a grand fête for Aug. 20, when all the people along the river may unite in a day of gayeCy and sport.  In planning for the entertainment of the yacht'dub, it has already been arranged to hold races on Aug. 20 between some of the fast private vachts on a course extending for f|everal miles along the American chan-»et It in hoped at tiiat time to see George C. BddUs yacht Presto, Commodore Luck-eitbaoh’s yacht Now Then, Commodore Gilbert T. Rafferty’s yacht Stroller, and many otl^r fast boats of the wealthy Summer residents entered in several contests of " speed.. The interest taken here in these boats and in yacht racing would cause Thousands of people to gather along the course to watch the events. It is proposed that all the islanders and cottagers, frono. Clayton to Chippewa Bay, a distance of over twenty-five miles, decorate their houses and grounds and have fireworks displays and other such attractions as they are able to furnisn. The plans which have been made, if carried out, will make Aug. SO the biggest gala day In the history of the flt. Lawrenne River.  The programme of the season’s sports of the Chippewa Bay Yacht Club, of which a number of prominent New York men are leading members, has just been announced. Besides the regular races of the club some special events have been planned for the entertainment of the Royal St. Lawrence iTacht Club, the members of which will be their guests for a short time.  On Aug. 12 the races for the Bell trophy vidll be held on the twelve-mile course. The events planned m honor of the visiting yachtsmen will take place on Aug. 18 .when a series of runabout races will be held. On Aug. 26 motor skiff and launch races will be held for a silver cup. The latter pan of the month will be devoted to tennis tournaments to be held on Mansanti. Inland. The events at tennis will M laaiee* and gentlemen’s singles and dou-ble&    ■  Tbe meetlrm of the Ameplean Canoe As-80<na$ion on Sugar Island, near Gananoque, opened yesterday and will continue for two weeha Canoeists have been arriving for several days from all over the country, and by next week an attendance of at least 200 members is expected. The first week of the meeting is devoted to cruising and the second week is devoted to racing events. Great interest is taken In this meeting by the islanders, and many visitors go to Sugar Island daily to see the sports.  Extensive arrangements are already being made for the entertainment of the hundreds of members of the Orange who •will visit Thousand Island Park the third ■week In August for State Grange Day, on Aug. 18. Рог a number of years this has been one of the largest days on the river. The public exercises of State Grange Day ■will be held in the Tabernacle, Thousand Island Park, on the afternoon of Aug. 18. The principal speaker of the day will be N. J. Batchelder, Governor of New Hampshire, lecturer of the National Grange, and one . of the most-prominent Grangers in the country. Other speakers- will be James wood of Mount Kisco, who will give an address on " The Canal Problem,” and Prof. L. H. Bailey of Ithaca, Dean of the 8^e Agricultural College.  I 1  The twentieth annual meet  the  jl^^lers* Association of the lAwrence,  itft« of It. Lawn  at the Hotel Lotus at St. Lawrence Park, Wednesday, was one of the largest and most enjoyable meetings ever held by the association. A large proportion oí the two hundred and fifty nriembers, who are representative island residents, were pr^-ent In the absence of The President. W.  Browning of New York, Charleé/R. Skinner of Albany acted as Chairman. The business of the meeting wm laraely de  ‘ w York  voted to a consideration of New  and  Canadian game laws and their violations. Offl<  leers for the ensuing year were elected •a follows:  President—Charles R. Skinner of Albany; First Vice President—Alexiinder Robb of New York; Second Vice President-T. B.  urer—R.  tive Committee chosen was as follows: George C. Boldt, New York* A. C. Cornwall. Alexandria Bay; P. H. Taylor, Philadelphia: A. E. Clark, Chicago;* C. W. Cross-mon, Alexandria Bay; Gilbert T. Rafferty, ^ttsbura; CoL O. G. Staples, Washington, D C,; T. A. Gillespie. IMttsburg; Charles Q. Iknery, New York; C. E. Britten, Gan-  an^u^Cmtarip; W. H. Nichols, Wes^Or-  J.; Walter Fox, Alexandria Bay; Dr. J. D. Cole, Alexandria Bay. The meet-  of tììe jasTOclation next 'year wlll__be  at the Murray Hill Hotel, Murray Hill Park.    —  Charles G. Emery returned from New Tòrte a few days ago, but without his new 146-foot yacht Calumet, which It was ex-pected he might bring with him. The contract time for the completion of the yacht was May 15 last, and since that time a crew of sixteen men and a river pilrt have been wader nay. On account of delay In the work ispcm the boat and the fact that the season would be practically over before the boat oould be completed and brought here from by the way of Halifax ànd the Gulf St. Lawrence, Mr. Emery has declined to 'ES her until next May. when she can be ivated to him In perfect order and with the maifleations fully complied with. This to a dlsaKK>intment to the yachtsmen here, as the boat Is to be the finest of all those of‘the river fleet.  A mldeummer Colonial ball at the Hurray HItl Betel Wednesday evening waa the fensnost social event which has taken place •n Hurray Isle this season. The ball was  •tUnded  alt parts affair wi  by over 200 society people from oi the islands. A feature of the  was a Colonial minuet arranged by Corbin of New York, and in which  of the  n of the leading young people < il. to Colonial costume, took part.  Qaa. a^ Mrs. J. A. Johnston of Winter-|BtM« island gave a dinner iMuTy at the Hotrt Frontenac Tuesday evenlim. Their wars Cwl. and Mrs. H. A Oreene of States Army and Cant, and Mrs. irlin of Pittsburg. Penn.  Frontenac Monday even!  dinner was given the children Moi ckei ird  in celebration of her tenth an-  and Mra Edward  Dorolh}r_ Luckenbach. dauî^ter Luckenbach of  A jolly time was enjoyed by ■way Tittle guests. The tables were daoiaaly decorated, and for the voung  huge birthday cake with ten  oandSes was provided, tr birthday anniversary this week  Sixtieth anniversary of Charles R. ntend<  State Superintendent of Public celebrated by his friends at at St Lawrence Park Tues* fireworks progress at  ly eventag by a fireworks display, Way has Щп In progrej» at th  le tennis  cour^ of the Thousand Island Yacht Clpb on Welcome Island this week for the ladfei  tfÎM^y oftored by Mrs. Carl Schults of    Ybrk.    This    18    the    first  year of  play for the cup. and much Interest ts being taken in toe contest The winner fortoree years is to retain possession of the cup.  Hr. and Mra Columbue Iselin and Mlsa Adri^ne Iselin of New York are at the Hotrt Frontenac for the    Mr.    .se-  lln, who Is a brother of C. Oliver Iselm  L Oliver leeim of the New York Yacht* C^b, has had nls llfty-foot yacht Helvetia if.  brought here for his use!    ^    .  Mrs. Clwrles E. Peck of New, York entertained a large party of her friends amoM the young people at a luncheon at the TOousand Island Yacht Club last ; Saturday.  . A dog show is to be held at the Thousand . Island Yacht Club on Aug. 10. About fifty dc^s have been entered by their owners for the show. It is expected that the event  for mongrel dogs. In which a prise “WHI be  given for the worsi looking specimen, will prove one of the amusing features  Itfi  of the  liiam H. Ziegler of New York, with a  ^ of friends, has ohartered the yacht ta and gone to the Rideau Lakes In ada on a fishing excursion, r. and Mrs. C. O. Emery are entertaln-  afveral Mends from New York at home on CalunWt Island. f%ey are Mrs. Irving Smith. Hr. and Mrs.  ella!mrger,'Mni. H. J. Irons, |dr. W. K. Underhfll. and A. M.  Mr. Emery entertained the partv Wednestoy at the Thousand It Club.  Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight HIlUs of tth TThurch, Brooldyn, preecbod at benwcle. Thousand Island Park, last ^^orning to a conaregation of over -The Bev. Andrew McConai^y gave  of New York are guests of R. C. Vilas, Jr., at OswejMitchie Point. _ ^    ,  A. J. Cordier of New York, who arrived here this week with hts family,' has chartered the yacht Niagara for the remalndei of the season.    ^  Fred J. Burnam, Jr., of New York and Gilbert T. Rafferty, Jr., of Pittsburg, Penn., caught forty bass, averaging two pounds each, at Simcoe Island on Wednesday. They were accompanied by two guides.  Improvements of an extensive nature are to be made at Thousand Island Park before next season.' The latest plans are for another electric tight plant for the purpose of supplying the cottages with electric lights.  The pilBsent plant only furnishes light for the hotels  ind the grounds, the private residences ibeing obliged to be provided with other means of lighting or to have electric plants of their own.  The annual meeting of the American Philatelist Association, the society of post-  age-stamp collectors, will be held at thq Hubbard House, Clayton, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of next veeek. Ab attendance of 200 is  exi  ëpected.  S. M. Clayton of Philad^phla. a nephew  of Senator John M. Clayton, after whom the town of Clayton here was. named, arrived Monday with a party of friends in, his launch Regina. The Regina Is said to be the smallest craft that ever passed through the main part of the Sault rapids. Mr. Clayton and his friends will spend several days at the Islands.  The tank in a naphtha launch owned by  <^rge C. Boldt of New York blew up  igli  Monday evening while the engineer was engaged in repairing.the engines. A lighted lantern placed near an open naphtha pipe was the cause of the explosion. The boat took fire and was considerably damaged before the blaze could be extinguished.  A euchre party was held last Saturday evening in the  riors of the Hotel Fron-The  tenac first  Mrs.  __  ...---^--------  E. Peck and Mrs. J. D. Searl of New York took second prizes and Mrs. Botsford of Youngstown, Ohio, and W. Ward Damon of New York took third prizes.  Among the arrivals from New York this week at the leading Thousand Island hotels are the following:  ' PRONTENAC.-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. JohMon, llias Jane B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.. Johnson, Miss B. M. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Birrell, Miss S. A. Sarles, Mr. apd Mrs. L. W. Stockwell, Miss Stockwell. Miss Sweet. Mrs. Jules A. Menken. Mrs. 'WiUlam Brookfield, Frank Brookfield, E. Morgan Brookfield, Mrs. CSiarles Smylle. Miss A. L. Ingersoll, Mrs. W. H. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Terhune, R. Clarence Dorsett. Miss Blla L. Dorsett, Miss Carolyn H. Dorsett, William H. Martin. Mr.  and Mrs. John Davis Godwin. R. M. Forsythe, lien Forsythe. Miss Mabel Forsythe, Mrs.  Miss Helen  William Harkness, Miss Harkn^s, A. J. Cordier and family. Willard H. Jones. Mrs. Edward Luckenbach. Miss Dorothy Luckenbach, Dr. J. P. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. George Young Bauchle. Mias Schwab, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Stanley Menken.  THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE.—H. B. Blessing, James L. Douglass. William Fiaek, Herbert Flack, Miss Flora Magee, Miss Anna Magee, Frederick S. Bates, L. J. Hlgham, Miss E. Higham, Miss F. Ostermann, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rose. Edwin M. Felt. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lieber, Mrs. E. M. Beardsley, Miss Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Eakins. Miss Elsie Eakins, Mrs. Edwin Wildman, Dr. Jay W. Dounce, Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Flschlowitx, Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Hirach, the Misses Llndauer, Joseph Wallack, Mrs. E. Raphael, the Misses Raphael, and Bertram L. Bchllesinger.  COLUMBIA.—Miss Adele Van Cott, Miss Florence Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Vann Merrick. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Chester. C. H. Ingalls. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. Lannlng. L. Zenner, Mrs. W.  F. Alien, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown, Ch^ries S. Hlne, Mrs. H. W. Plant, Miss Magdalen Plant. Miss Jennie Plant. Miss Isabel Lincoln, Miss Edith R. Skinner, Miss LOcy H. Booth. O. A Mockrldge. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mockrtdge, A.  G. Belden. Jr.. G. E. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lovejoy, the Rev. Newell Dwight Hillla, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Iniralls, Miss Florence Ingalls, Alexander R. Fordyce, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Balts, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Schoonmaker, and Miss Maude L. Schoonmaker.  CROSSMON—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Hall, Harry R. Roux, Miss A. V. Heckmann. Miss E.  H. Heckmann. Miss Anita Hendrie, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Skinner. Miss Flynn, Miss Flormce M. Davis, F. O. Ludlow. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hlsdo^ Mr. and Mrs. Lorens Zeller, Mr. and Mrs. George Mcmtgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur HlUeband, Mr. and Mrs. PhllUp Bloch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Sanford. Mrs. Sarah I. Bnien, Mr. and Mrs. F. A Reed. C. J. More. James’A. dark, W. L. Fairchild. F. E. Kissing, Robert Ashercroft, Jr., Herbert Ashercroft Mist Lucy Ashercroft W. P. Harlow. E. H. Cook, Samuel Kilpatrick.  MURRAY HILL-Mrs. Prank H. Shevlin. Miss Shévlln, Miss Ida ShevUn, J. H. Christie E. O.  Caipenter, Mrs. Carpente^ Miss Fanny Òarpen-'    - -    -    —      English,  ter. Miss Julia Carpenter, Mtss *Edlth Engl H. A. Van Buren. Miss Kate Halts. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arnold, H. D. Parks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Touney, A. R. Fordyce. Miss Strang, E. B. Phillips, J. H. Mcllvalne, Miss Lee, A. G. Beder.  HUBBARD—D. P. Chadmeyer, Mrs. E. Currie, J. F. Tninkett, Miss Isabel Tnmkett, Dr. L. H. Smith. J. Day Knapp, P. Nelllgan. MT; and Mra Carl Schultz, Miss Schultz, Miss Brady, H. K  Sanford. F. G. Marquand, C. C. Graham, R. S. Call. H. M. Smith, John O. Ross. Mr. and Mrs.  H. G. Wemple, A. E. Smith, W. J. Jacoba James B. Crandall. Miss Crandall. Mrs. Kate A Reid. Thomas H. Reyn<6ds, Henry Wlswell. and R. B. Safford.  WALTON—H. L Beebe, Miss A. Thomps<m. Miss B. Thompson. Thomas Thonmson, J. L.  King. H. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Coffey, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Weed, Miss Dina M. Hope. Miss Rebecca A. Ludham. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hopkins. Miss Haskins, Miss Edna Ruhland, Miss Mabel Pratt.  UKE GEOflGE HAPPENINGS.  Special ta The New York Timet.  LAKE GEORGE, Ayg. 8w-July was rather a quiet month at Lake Gteorge, as well as at almost all other resorts, owing to the <cool weather and the great desire many business men had to remain within the sound of the market quotations, but this is not likely to be said of August. Nearly all of the hotels are now comfortably filled, and the season is at its best. Each year finds the September devotees of Lake George increasing in number, and the proprietors of many hotels are planning to keep their houses open quite or nearly to October.    '  Another Chief Executive of a State who has assured the committee of his presence with staff at the dedication of the Lake George Bdktle Monument, Sept. 8^ is Oov. John G. McCullough of Vermont. The committee in chaige of the celebration has been indefatigable In lU efforts to make the affair a success.  James A. Hayden has been entertaining at his Bolton Road cottage Edmund Adley Hurry of New York.  There ara rumors that the incline cable road up Prospect Mountain, which is not 111 operation this season, will be acquired before another year by the Hudson Valley Railway Company, and wilt be operated by It in connection with its trolley lines, the Fort WUllam Henry Hotel, and park at Caldwell. ^  The final match in the tennis tournament of mixed doubles on the links of the Lake George Golf Club resulted in a victory for Mtss Lushen Hewitt and Lawrence Shepard over Miss Theresa Hewitt and Robin Leech. The Saturday afternoon teas at the clubhouse, recently Inaugurated, are proving a decided success.  The Lake George Association for the Protection of Fish and Game held Its an  nual meetiim at the Sagamore Wednesday.  loclation was organised eigl: years ago and during its history it has  This association years i_  planted in the. lake  eighteen f it has and in the brooks tributary to it salmon trout, black bass, land-locked salmon, brown trout, red-throat  trout, rainbow trout, Sunapee Lake trout, and steel-head trout, numbering many millions, until now it is one Of the best-stocked waters to be found, and with a wide variety of game flsh. This association, with its special ofncer, who has made himself known and hated from one end of  the lake to the other by all yioLators. of th(|  game laws, has been more effective than al other forces combined for the observance of these measures dejjiigned for the_^tec-tlon and preservation of the fish. The officers of the association are; President-Hairy W. Watrous, Hague and New York; Treasurer—William H. Burnett, Caldwell; Secretan^—George C. Rowell. Caldwell.  The Rev. and Mrs. Charles' E. Uttle of  York, fmd Him Marjorié Fleming won4be prizes in toe order mmied>a«iiOtotiry, Lgeib  of SprlnMield, Mass.; Jamas Oary of New Xork, .and Dl Baléese of Los Angelas ware  toe wlnnars among the gmtlaraen.  The following are among jreoent arrivals al toe Fort Wiuiam Henry Hotm^r  Mr. sad ìùaf К    Ш.  an4 Mn. S. B. bV Phlladdb^ Mm. W. Chretn and Mias G. Oreaii, ВгоЫгЬгп:: Mr. and Mra.    “  A A RObtnaoB, Mlaa j^btnaon.  Mr. and Mm. A J. Robtoaon, Mlaa Robtemn. Щ. and Mm. B. Borim, Miai Gmea Rovlrs. B. A Rovha. Charig Ring, aad Bmanujei  , New Yoric; Alfred L. Pawley, Geonw 8. miag, Geomv F. Oourley. Baltimore; w. J. lire, Brooldyn; IXr and Щп. H. Jam^n,  ■Browning,  Maguire, «.w.  GreeiMburg. Penn.; Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Tay-  lor. H. L. Taylor, M. R. Boyle, and Miss B. BoyU, New York; Miss Lotta Watson, Mra J. Dresser. Boston; W. C. Taylor.. Mr. ana  Mrs. H. G. Scott, Philadelphia? H. W. Bige-  - - -    -    -    —    -    Tohn  low, Jr., and J. T. -Beveridge, Chicago: John H. Hayes. Mr. and Mra. Harry Balie, ud T. Balfe. New York; Mr. and Mrs. William Cfatlda,  Jr., 'Wllroere Courts, N. ,J.; Ml and Mm. J. Wellington Bbahnon, Philadelphia, and W. gW. Lord. New York.  HOTEL CHAMPLAIN NOTES.  Special to The New Vork Timet.  HOTEL CHAMPLAIN, Aqg. 8.-Rain and high winds have been conducive the past week to indoor sociability. Progressive hearts continues to be the favorite form of amusement in the evening. On fTuesday-evening more thajlii twenty-five couples entered the contest for the silver prizes. Mrs. W. P. Wadsworth won the first prize, a beautiful silver bonbon dish. The second and third prizes fell to Mrs. William McPherson and Miss Larimer. Mr. T, Brinker-hoff of Jersey City Heights secured the first men’s prize, the second and third being won by C. B. Johnson and Mr. W. P. Wadsworth.  Canada’s crack regiment, the Foot Guards, with a band of thirty instruments, dined Suhday evening with the officers of the United States barracks at Hotel Champlain. Secretary of State James O’Brien and many distinguished citizemrof Platts-burg ■were at the hotel tq receive thé mill-  Court and Mrs. McCall and daughters arrived this week for the month of August.  Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Olyphant, accom-  Hl —  led by Mrs. Thomas Hicks of New brk, came in their private car toe past week, and are settled in their old quarters for the remainder of the warm weather. Among late New York arrivals are;  Mr. and Mm. John P. Carew. W. J. Gldde*. Roland MsUory, Mr. and-Mrs. F. G. Laying. Mias Laying. Mra. G. Harris Gorman, Misa Gorman, E. J. Barney, Talbot Olyphant, Mrs. E. A. Hoffman, J. J. Lapman, Mra. John Emmona, F. L. Emmons, Mr. and Mra. C. Praeterlus, Mr. and Mra. A. L. Mordecal, G. J. OibbouL R- M*  Olyphant, William H. Mltchel. Mr, and _ Mrs. Charles Shoet  »uv^ninger and daughter. C. E. Hears Kenup, John Dunston. the Misses Victoria, Elisabeth. and Ellen Dunston. F. C. Curnen. Dr. Robert Adams. Mr. and Mra. T. Beinkerderff, Mrs. Fannie B. Eager, Mrs. Thomas Hicks, M. Menahan, M. McElroy, K. McElroy, N. J. Roche, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L McGhatty, Mra. Jmivier T. Van Name, William Dalton, Dr. and Mra. N. A. 'Mossman, Edward H. Jullbret, Jack Jolly, the Misses Kaufman, Mra. John F. Olmstead. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moffat. Miss Henly. Mr.  and Mrs. J. K. Ryan, James L Ryan. F. D. Waldron; Mrs. C. C, Waldron, M?* and Mrs. G.  P. Ray, Mr. and Mra. J. D. Reynolds, Miss Bnyder. T. C. Stratton. F. L. Stratton, Mr. and Mra. Louis L. Rives.  BLOCK 1SUND EVENTS.  Special to The New York Times.  BLOCK ISLAND, R. I., Aug. a-Sunday is the banner day here, as it is at almost all Summer resorts, for It brings not only a crowd of people for the day, but also the male contingent of the families that are spending the season here.  The weather continues cool and pleasant, and there has been scarcely any f<^ to annoy the fishing fleet, which has been doing extremely well. The swordfish season is about over, but other varieties are plentiful, and bluefishing is the best that has been known for years, although the fJsh are found most plentifully off shore.  Mr. and Mrs. B. P,_Portln of Philadelphia, who are at the Windsor, came here for a few days, expecting to go from here to Atlantic City or Cepe May for the rest of the season, but they are so pleased with this place that they will remain through  August. The я  star catch of bluefísh thus far was made last weok by Mrs. Irving, wife of  Col. William Iryjng of Washington, who is staying at the Manlsses, the fish we^h-  Ing fourteen pounds.  ^ TOE MANISSES-W. C. Cornell, Mira Rogras, Nral Farnham, Edward J. Can. Thomas O. Valpusld and family, and Thomas J. Humphrey ^ New York; V. Brown and family of Yonkers; Mr. and Mra. James Melln of Trenton, N. J.; Mra. John Van Dusen and Mira Lavlnia Van Dusen of Philadelphia; Theodore P. Nans ^**4 iL“» Brooklyn; Mrs. E. A Watson and Cyril Watson of Paterson, N. J.; Mr. and Mra. W. H. Dunham of Broad Brook, N. J. NEW NATIONAL-Mr. and Mrs.    D.  Ifole, ^Pi^cfo R. Dole, Mra.    Mr.    and  Mrs. C. W. Fetscher. Thomas Marsh. William Arnold, Mr. and Mra. F. M Trtmm, Clarence Tyler, and C. S. Rosensweg of New York.  OCEAN VIEW HOTBL-D. C. Hueete^ Mr. and Mrs. F. Remington, L B. 2!acharias. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sayn. A. O. Bishop. Mr. and Mra. J. N. Ryan. Mr. and Mn. N. Stanton Tate. M. E. Conran and Mira Conran, George P. Cleeve, W. E. Black-mer. Mr. and Mra. F. L Purt, Mr. and Mra.  Louis Capron. Mr. and Mra. W. W. Blrdsall. p!  " *—Id,  -------^    '    -    -    -    -    •  B. Arnold, James Phyfe, aiid Carleton P. Chapman of New York.  SPRING HOUSE—Mr. and Mra. William Tuh-mann. Cbrater Tuhmiwn George Tuhmann, Mr.  Mira Isabel M. Aikln, Mira Rosetta Aikln Mira Gladys Aikln, Walter Varln. Mr. and Mra. J. B.  Rosenberg, Ut. and Mra. C. A. Br-ker. H. 8. Dewey, Mr. and Mra. Henry A. Le Vey B. Lefrovlcs and family or New York.  HIGHLAND HOUSE-Mra. M. W. Gushsr Mr and Mra. J. D. Beekman, Miss J. Belle Beek-man, Chester C. Beekaaan. Philip E. Cbrnell, Min Lottie Lichtenberg, Frank Barron, Mra B. J. Thompson, and Miss Cella Stelnbe^ cf New York.    '  EUREKA—R. C, Robinson of New York and Max Schwarts of Sag Harbor.  BELLEVUE—Mr. and Mra. John Jennings of Newaric. N. J., and Mr. and Mra. Frank Kellogg of Brooklyn.  WINDSOR—D. H. Reid, L. M. Jones. J. Kerrl-  Bin. and H. Rrestell of New York, and Mr. ra B. P. Fortin of Philadelphia.  JOTTINGS FROM JEFFERSON.  Special to The New York Tmes.  JEFFERSON, N. H., Aug. 8.-The 1st of August always brings many changes In the White Mountain. hotels, some guests moving on to other resorts,,and many new arrivals registering .at the hotels. A$ the Waumbek the bookings have been very heavy; and the hotel and cottages are all filled. July was a most satisfactory month at this resort; many people who came for a short time lengthened^ their stay, and only left when their rooms"ware claimed by parties who had made early res<=ivati(ms. '  Lawn tennis has regained its old-time prestige at the Waumbek and the courts are in constant use. A large "gallery” may generally be found under the treed watching toe players. A very interesting  set of Roubles was played this week between Miss Ethel Tucker, who won the  tournament here last Summer, and Arthur Dimcan Moir, against Miss Waddell and C. B. F. McCann. It was a close contest from start to finish, and brilliant plays crowded upon each other in rapid succession. Miss Tucker and Mr. MoIr won by the score of 6—4, 6—3. Among the best tennis players hera are Messrs. J. Appleton Allen, Robert H. >Allen, E. Prescott Rowe. A T. Compton,'* Edward F. Dailey, Lawrence C. Dailey, Alexander V. Roe, C. E. F. McCann, Cleiand Benedict, L. P. Am^. C. D. L. Schanck, and the Misses  Tucker,' Waddell, Murray, Shaffer, Vletor, Woolworth. and Lockwood.  The management of the Waumbek gave the children at the hotel their annual i>lc-nlc on Tuesday. The party went in largej mountain wagons, gayly decorated, and' drawn by'’four horses. All the horns in Jetteraon had been bought and the chllr  dren, follo'wlng instructtons, saw that there  ■    ‘    if    ‘    —    -  was no lack of noise. When the grove was  reached all kl .a ot games were played, knd Mr. Moir a:    Mr.    Munvo    entertamea  the party with songs, recitations, and'sto-A lunch was served in true picnic  rios.  style ancl toe Jolly party returned to the hotel late in thte afternoon, tiied but  ^%*seban ga] me with a sensati<mal finish  A basebau game with a sensatkmai finish wiM played on the Waumbek grounds on lioaaay afternoon between the nines from  - ________ Both nines be-  ew Hampshire State X^ague * r of college hoys, eighth hmiùg too sc^'waall to (Tto favor 31 the* LIttletons.  toe elgbto and ninth thé Laiieae-ters Vmade rwu and won the game. Netitoâll toe guests of ^ the hotsSi atJeN ferscfn wpttoed toe game with deep inter-git A. tttwtn game will be played  next  AT  RESORTS ON IXKNG I^iAnD  Series of Entertainments for 6te Bepefit of Varioos Quuities Given at Southaml>iwi—Active Preparations fin: the Aiinusl Horse Show.  I  Special to The New York Timet.  SOUTHAMPTON, L. I., Aug. & - This 6'^ning will see the climax ot a brilliant series of charitable entertainments which has been the absorbing Interest of the cottage colony this week, men and women, old end young, vying with each other in earnest .efforts to,raise large sums of money for various worthy charities. Tonight everybody will repair to the Meadow Club for an evening of tableaux vlvants, the proceeds to be devoted to the church fund of St. Andrew’s Dune Church, the Episcopal ^church that is attended by a large portion of the cottagers.  The entertainments ■will consist of nine tableaux, with, music preceding each. The Metropolitan Cluartet will furnish much of the muslG. and Mrs. Stephen Pell will sing. Thirty of the prominent women of the Bummer colony will appear in effective costumes.    ^  The evening’^ entertainment was originally arranged by Mrs. Henry A Barclay, who has in the past been exceedingly suc-cessf\^ in the management of affairs of this sort As she will, however, be unable to attend on account of the deaths of her brother, Granville Wr^ht, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wright Barclay, Mrs. James Lawrence Brese, a few days ago, kindly consented to assume tha management and carry out the plans origln-auy projected by Mrs. Barclay.  rftie Southampton Fresh Jur liome wm il ' beneficiary, to the axtent of over.  01 a highly enjoyaible bridge id euchre tournament held on Thursday aitgrnoon at the re^dence of Mrs. James Lavwnce Breese, the Orc^rd. Tickets were sold for |5 each, all theaxpenses being met Md the prizes D^g furnished by the ladles in charge of toe various tables. Ttoose who did tne most to make the affair the succ^ it was were, beside Mrs. Breese and Mr.  BakeL Who ЬаД t^ .tournament^ to  Mrs. Frederic H. Belts. Mrs. William Butler, Mrs. Arthur Mason Jones, Mra Thomas Q. Catddwell, Mra Alft^ |L Coito-  Ûn,“.Mrâ. NewboId;^Edgar,\M  MÓVlckar, Mrs. Albert B. Boa^an. _ Charles Q. Francklyn, Mra Thomaa H.  ^rbêr. Mix. Qeo^ C.  B. Tunrare, Mrs. George A.*pixon, Mlra^H.  A ава жж%ва Vo ■ •• ^svwa^^v шшя    ■    ■■    ■    -  L. Parrish. Mra Seymour Cromwell, Mra Charles T. Brown, Jdra. Charles H.__God-  frey, Mrs. Chitfiee’T. Barney, to. Henry E. boe, Mra William C. Gulliver, Mrs.  JÜ. uoe, mra wiiiiam wumvai^ шлш. James R. Soley, Mrs. Edward W.Æumph-■ sroy, and Mrs. James R. Sofey.  was ralaed by toe Soctet^ of  ries. Miss  Over S2l^ -----—- -  Decorative Art of New York by a ^ __  embroideries which they held on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Thomas H. Barber.  Even the children have taken a share In the geoeral effort to raise funds for various charlUble purposes. They hew a children’s tofr at the residence of William AUeq Butl^ on Gin Lane, on Tuei^y afternoon. Tiiree of Mr. and Mra. Butler’s  ■ga.avaarafwas* a.aaaw'w wra «ига*» weew    ——- —  chUdren, who have been diligently at work for several months making fancy uticlea  for the affair, i^naged It entlreiy'theonly outside aasistanoe being that of miss Doro-  thy Hyde at the toy, table and. Miss Ruto Wales at toe rafrrahment table. All the  arUclea made and donated were sold, imd the proceeds divided between the I^h Air Home In connection with the mis^n of  the Madison Avenee Ptesbyteri^ Churc^ New York; the Southampton Fresh Air  New xorx; xne аоиишшраиа frwu Home, and the Fresh Air Home at Potts-town, Penn., which is supported by the boys of the hUI School there. ,  Much interest is being taken in the hone show, which the Southampton Horro Aeso-ciatlon wiU hold at its new grounds In Moses Lane on Aug. 21 and 22.    , .    -  The Horse Show Commlttw consisto of Charles Coster and H. Pelham Robblne. On the Board of Wtoctora аде Geortp, C. Clark. PresIdenU  Vice President; H. Pelham Robbins, Treasurer; Henry Charles Coster,  A Dlzon.   ________miig^  ’ W, McVlokar. Secretary; r, w. C. GuUIvm; and George  There' is a varied prise list cpaslstliig of classes for roadstera carriage hiwreee, tan-  dems, four-in-hands, polo ponies, saddle hbrses. ponlee in harness, and Jnmpera The contests arc opra to amateur horse owners residing this SumnMa on Long tel-and. with toe exception of the dseees for ipera. which are. also open to ho|m  by toe committee without appeal.,^ No Hrst priae will be given for less than three entries, the property of different owners in 0ctchi clftss*  There will be junior bicycle polo matches  °*The*^ecox°Bi^ Yacht Club ■will hold a ladies’ race on Aug.  win be allowed in each boat hto ^titles being restricted to tenòlng •b««» ; ciroumstances will he be allowed to touch  ^*A iuntoeqn followed by bridge whist wm given Wednesday noon by Mra Qeo*3№ ^ Bchieffelln at to« Meadow Club. Th<  lose  ireseot were Mrs. Anderson, Mirs. Wyckoff,  Й5иГ Steela^MraT’ Moraii,''Mra Clafllm Mrai  _ Coster,   _______________Boekman.  Mr. and    Mra.    George    C.    Clartt, J[f*L bave  returned    from    Europe,    and    goutn-  frânckiyn, ' Mrs. Murdock, Miss Mrs. S. K. De Forrest, and Ura. E  ;edar-  ат^опГ They will lé¿^ shortly for ^ hurat, L. I., to pass the remainder of the  season.  Mr. and Mrs. Danlrt Le Rqv _ the guèsts o^ Mr. and Mra.Phiup Hess.  esaer are  «iiu «». James H. Beeknaan, who been spending the month of July at „.V. Meadow ClubTnave gone to^ratoga, where they wUl spend the month nf August, stopping at ufo Unlt^ Btatra HoleL  Mr. and Mrs  have_____  the Meadow  Among'&ose spendh^. toe month of ,^An-gusc at the Meadow William  :u8t at the Meadow Club are Mr, and to. iTIllIam Abert 9em. Mr. and Mra Charles B.^hreeman. Mr. Md Mra Richard H. Williams and RJchard a WlUlama Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Watson «nd Wiliam Watson. Miss Bteanor LCToy, ward S. Knapp. Mr. and Mra William Fahnestock have had toelr stey cut short by the Illness of Mra ^nestock’s mother in ConnecUcut, and have gone to that  ^ Rwent guests at th^e MeitoosT Clito a^ Mrs. ElUot Smith. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fulton, Jr., Messrs. August Belmont, Jr.  ánd”Rá3Óñond B^ont. Ito CqUer. Miss Hnirlet Sabin, Francis Ç. Carly, Mlss_Joee-  Miss' Craveft,.Mlse Beatrice Clafhi. Miss Anderson, C. ÄdFard Fairfax, Miss Helen  V. C. Mob-lSj and Miss Wllmerding.^ ^  Mr. and Mrs. James Hammond McLean.  who were married In St. Thomas’s Church, New York City, last Winter, are at Southampton for the season.  An almost complete change of patrons has occurred at Mecox .Inn, only a few. of  those formerly registered remaining  through August. The complete present list of those registered for Augu  lUgost is as  Mra P. M. LItttsflrtd, Mr. Fred Littlefield, James C. Littlefield, and Georce H. Littlefield of Ne'er    and    Mrs,    John W.  Bvera. Mrs. O. F. Morris, and Mira J. Stott-mev7r of New York; Mr. and Mra. W. H. Dickon, Miss Dickenson. Mira Winifred Dlckln-and Mrs. RktliP L* Dloklnson of» Jer*“  son, and Mra. Rktlip L. IMoklnran of» Jersey cnty; Mra. W. B. Arthur of Brooklyn. B. H. H. Simmon* and family of New York, Mtss Doris  OtUlluvsaw mas\a    ^    ..T»    —   Arnold. Mr. and Mr*. Georg« Sa-vllle and George Savllle, Jr., 1«** Wood, Mra A. C.  Mr. and Mra. George Bates oé New Tork; Dr. and Mra. Burnett C. Comna and Dr. and Mrs. James Watt of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mra James Kirby, Miss Marlon Kirby, Mr. Oswell Kirby, Miss W. P. Eckert, Mr. and Mra John T. Far/, ley. Adrian M. Farley, Morgan Parley. Wllliahi Farley, and Mrs. J. A. Crandall of New York; T\*. M. Clarke and J. B. S. Reese of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bose of |Passalc, N. J.: W. E. Langham. F. P. Rose, and ^hur B. .Turner of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moni-son, Mtw Beatrice Morrlson,^ Edward B. Morrison, Miss Mari* Stewart, and Miss Kate Stewart of New York.  The following ara the recent arrivals at the Irving House:  Mr. and Mra William Walt of Albany, J. M. ■Van Hensen of Washington. D. C.; Mrs. B. C. Raynor of* Freeport, W. H. Sweesy of Rlverhead*. Miss K. Mcmn snd Miss B. b^MlUan of Montreal. Quebec; Mra. Charles R. Smith of Manhssset. Mr.* and Mrs. Reary B. Lockwood, Mira Violette Loèkwooò. Mira Anna Benedict and W. F. Parker of East Hamoton; Mr. and Mr*. E. J. Mack, Joseph B. Blodt' Samuel Block. Mira May.-Mr, Rltoard Manning FMw 0/ Manhasset L. BTverett Carpenter, of New-burg. NVY.; U B. O'Brien of FMIadelphla. M. La Montagne of Far Rockaway. Mrs. Homer A. Wessel. Ml*»    ^ ^4?“  clnnatl, W. M. wtebard of Rlverheod, N. T. ; Harold P. Wstwi^ of P^toqa R. %; William Appleton. Jr.. tati Frederic'Watsoh of  EkMtosyto. W. B. Bi^.Frad^ck SS. Kou*., G««. a suigj,«.  Rourke.    *  V, 8. »zUth, V. M. Diner. —    ----  Mra cTv. Lack, AMwd Lortngjbm    C.  Esterbrookea A. F.„Mtera ofbñ3^ Ifr. and Mrs.    Sh^la    Mra    Cludoa,    and Vivant  CerasnS^ áÍW. anf A Ä D^^Ch^o.  T. S. R^pan, Mr. and Kra J. B. Chatelteflin. Mr. andaba. John Poland. Miss A, 8. Oraht. C.  О. J. Msdeu. W.  '5*4 м.  Turnbttl^^B. а Billa »mil WeU. L.^8. Wells,  H. B. Petera Prof. L. B. Dare, Georae Q. Speir, H. V. lloCiüQeerty. P. W. Lange. Joseph ШгсЪ, all of Naw^rk; the Misses Winchester,  Mra dharles M. Brown.'mim Marlon M. Brown. Melville O. Brown, George R. Stdlwager, H. S. Wilttamson, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Maynard, Mr. and Mra. F. A. M. Burrell. Miss Edith G. Burrell, and B. M. Baker of Brooklyn; L. M.  O’Brien and F. W. Long of Philadelphia. Mr and Mra. Robert P. Stoats and Miss B  Marlon  Staats, Morristown; N. J.; Mra and Miss Ernst of Washington, D. C.; Frank T. Millner of Chicago;' the Mlraefl Mary C. and -Anna B.  Geelsfoii, Ann Arbor, Ml<±. ; W. E. Cooper. Boston; Mr. and Mra. W. Herrick Griff th. Al-  bany. N. Y.; Wilbur H. Baldwin, Nyack. N. Y.; Lee Frederick of Bostm; M. P. Tiger of Patchogue. N. Y.; B. Frank Howell, W. Horton of Rlverhead; Mr. and MrabJamee B. Martin. Great Neck. N. Y., and Mrf. Herbert C. PelL Tuxedo, N. Y.  TEACHERS AT LONG REACH.  Special to The New York Timet.  LONG BEACH, L. I., Aug. a-A pleasant event this week was a meeting in the hôtel parlors of the' men and women who are er gaged in teaching in the east side, Manhattan, Summer schools. 'The Rev. R. G. Boville and Mra Boville of New York were instrumental in procuring a ^tky’s outing for these young people, and entertained them at dinner. At ther meeting, devoted to describing the New York street gamin and what was being done for his welfare, were graduates of many leading colleges, including Harvard, Cohimbia, Smith, Vas-sar, Barnard, Ann Arbor, Colgate, and Chicago University. The State Normal School. Sjnracuse, and Dennison CoUegea and colleges in Italy and Sweden were represented. The work being undenominational all creeds were likewise represented.  French quadrille, Hanover quadrille, and the Novelette were among the new dances tried at the last h<^. Parties came from Sdgemere, Hempstead, Flushing, and New York and Brooklyn for the occasion.  Mrs. Omraen gave a delightful lunch one day tola week on toe private porch of her cottage suite in the Long Beach Hotel. Eleven guests from New York and toe brach were present. Arrivals at Long Béach Hotel this week include:  Mr. and Mra. E. W. Snlffen, Mr. and Mra. J. P. Qeddea Mr. and Mra. Y. Lutklns and son. Mr. ud Mra J. А Cossina Mr. and Mra W. C. Page. Mr. and Mra M. Declner, Mr. and Mtei. H. L. Wassermann, Mr. and Mra. А H. Motley,  Mr. and Mra J. Tyng, Mr. and Mra. E. Kemp. Mr. a^ Mrs. T. D. Thompson and son, Mr. and  Mra. F. G. Henry, Mr. and Mra. T. K. Russell. Mr. and Mra J. ii K<    “  sir. ana itra j. r. Kenyon, Mr. and Mra E. R. Krqusej^Mr. and Mrs. 8. Tilton, Mr. and Mra. J. B. Chamberiain. Mr. and Mra. F. E. Frank/  Mr. and Mra '^Uam Kelley, Mr. and Mra. W. E. Carson. Mr. and Mra J. Warseabricht. Mr. and Mrs. Armstronx,. Mr. snd Mrs.iC. S. Flam-mor. iMra W. B. Toppiiw. T. F. Phlsemayoa T. P. Patterson, John A. YÍm Rensselaer, O. A. WUllama M. Lewi* SnlXfen. W. B. BUison, I. E. H. L B^pln, H. WagnW, Augustus C- P- DfroB, F. B. Lord. Jr., 8. Richardson, R. L. Montaigne, Henry S. Rosenfeid, William H. Blaric. J. S. Murray and  party, J. a Smith, J. W. Kelyard, Harold C. McN^ty. Bdward M. Taft, J. O. Donohua rf!. Oulkahana Abel I. Smith. Jr.. Thomas^  M.  Bailey. J. L, К Lee, A. Russell Peabody, WIU-Clarke, M.' Roberts and pirty. Prof. C. De Lanoey AUen, G. A Affleck, Georae B. North. J. V. PMineU, p. a. Marthy. M. H. Bhick, T. A McHugh. W. J a Cramer. W. H. Lovg . J. H. Jwan. ^^1 H. Corning. M. H.  Gonxlnd. Christopher Brazier. B. dark.* J. A Scott.  J. 8. Mania R R. Conaway. P. J. Mersier. R Smedea L Wallach. J. Schloea C. Crtwby Percy J. Ryan. A R. Traecher, W. B. WooUgv. M. G. Hawke. E. S. McKnlght. R. T. fXancla B. B. ’Whltehoasa, Wyman Ferru-QoprgoH. Hallkt, George A Pieraon. H. M. Do^ Robert Dodd, R. CHunouenger, A. M. JL M. Grey, J. K.«GheB*y, P. T. Cheney.  Rives.  T.W.’Halsey. j7fc ШскоаЯ?’ Wargenb^ht: Th* Mtems B, C. Boyd. B: F. Miller. M. Wefl-  1er. A WeUler, B. P. Pom rett. Josephine Robb, M  (Лага  L. Myera. Barrirne, Harria  Shorrill. Rsynolda B. Ross, (Tbuissa 'Jotmsoa Hamilton. B. M. Jonck Emma Hartsian. M. Rohy, (fraos Moore, Blla Reia К A Hodges;  Mmea J. A. Van Rensselaer, H. C. R<6>lnson. J. W. Miller. R. G. Howe. Bael, H. Cb<H>er. W. B. Woolff, M, T. O'Donohue. P. H. McNulty. B. B. MalKHi. Rsynolda J. Tyngzg Abble Johnson, Char we Fratbelmer and son. Thomas Thompson, Oscar Hammerstela. M. Mamilton. J., Boland, Benoe, B. L. Hodgea Mr. and Mrs. O. Beech  ■Whseler. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Picard, and O. F. ■ r, New York  From Brooklyn>-Mr. and Mra Humphrey. J. Kirby and child. Mra. S. W. Taylor. Mra K. S. Marlin, Miss F. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. A S.  в P. Shepard, :  Kirkman. Miss Klrkmsn, R. E. Klrkman, George И. Thomas. Jr., Mr. and Mra J. E. Myera. O.  H. Hewlett. W. H. Taicott. Mr. and Mra a H. Townsend, Jr., the Rev. T. A Galvin, Mr. and Mra O. G. Reed, amd Mr. and Mra. A Allen, Jr.  LIFE AT SHELTER ISLAND.  -Special to The New York Times.  SHELTER ISLAND. L. I.. Aug. A-The harbor at this resort has presented an animated appearance during the past few days as a result of many prominent yachts assembling here. Among them were Commodore Alexander Van Rensselaer’s flagship May, Vloe C(«imodore W. T. Koon’s Crusader, W. W. Hollingsworth’s Viking, the Delaware of the New York Yacht Club, and the Geralda, the flagship of the Philadelphia Yacht Club.  Tennis maintains its suinremacy on too Bay View courte, prominent wleiders of the racket seen in daily competitions being Messra Krehkiel, Jonea and Wright, toe Rev. J. E Magill and the Misses Demts, De OrooL 1^6 Kerby.  Con^lurable Interest Is being manifested in anticipation of the coming ladies' regatta of the Shelter Island Yacht Club, which will occur on Aug. 22. A handsome silver CUD will be awarded to the winner of the event. The club’s officers are: Commodore, James Weir, Jr.; Vice Commodore, Arthur B. Whitney; Rear Commodore, John W. Webben Secretary, William  ?. Hill; Treasurer, William H. Bedford, he club’s members own about seventy-five yachts, twenty-five steamers and launches, and about fifty sailing craft of various sizes and designs. A number of new yachts have been added to the fleet  “"ÂSirSJAiS- Who ««isterod thi.  week were:  MANHATTAN HOUSB-C. V. Stevenson, H. o. Bate*» Jr*» J* Chapman, B. 9. Utchfleld. H. O. Bates, E. Klrkham, J. M. Comstock. L. M. A tha, Mrs. (Charles J. WlUlams, Mias Charlotte WllUanu. H. M. Har-  rlson. W. H. Syke, J. D. Carhart. W. H. Wallace. Mra. Horace Dennett. W. J. Шюоп, Ihr. J.  A. Robwtson, Mr. and Mra. J. J. Hli^ira and Mrs. John Vincent. Mra. W. J. nuram  Mr.  iore.  Charles Claybourn. Mies M.. В.    Ceowr*  Carson. Jr.. George BIhis. Mr. and Mra J. H. Wellea Robert Ralston. Mr. and Mra George H. McNeely. Miss Mary MeNeely. S. Hagerty, T. B. Barnee, H. A. Thomas, the Misses K and Ruth (Carpenter. C. G. Seymour, Miss Sarah Oinis, Miss M. H. Millete, M. Wetherell, J. Briggs, C. S. Perln. Francis Barrett, H. B. Reed. W. G. Wilson, J. H. Sweetser. W. J. Logan, and Harold P. Sweetser.  THE PBiDSPBCT HOUSE-Mra. J. D. Lindsay. George H. Sylvia, Henry T. Waddell. O. H. Klep, W. B. Hadley. Miss Gregory. Miss Mar-  angue, Mrs. E. A. I^lle. 8. R. Ruàway, H. O. Bate, Jr.. the Misses Margaret and Edith Blx-  1er. Rufus 8. Scott. Jr., H. O. Batet. Mr. and Miss H. M. Edwarda L V. Edwards, Mra C. F. V<Mel, Mra Henry J. Vogel. Miss Irma N. Vogel. Mr. and Mra. D. L. Curiado, the Misses  Wlnsley. Miss L. M. Beatty, Mr. and Mra. A. A. Hlrst. William Bauer, W. L. Hirat¡_C.  C. Q. Beymar, P, D^ 'rrowbridge, W. S. Purdee.  George Atwood, A. C. Travi*. T. M. Hill, R. R. Manners. Mr. and Mra. F. W. Soule. Mra Walk-  1, Miss С  er Hemford, C. N. Hl|^:    _      _    .  Barrelts, C. 8. Perln. X T. Farmer, and B. T.  ins.  Glaimello. F.  Farmer.  THE BAT VIEW HOUSK-eeorge Skidmore.  A Bbbets. М1ш.  Mr. and Mra. Ralph Ctmnable, J. A. Coopar, B. .    —- .    —    Taylor,    (3apt. Maxwr*  M. Mra. F. Spsraeabu   ly,  M. B. 0*ReIUy,_M^B. Chapman, W. Kerby, J.  i^ariet Taylor, Capt. Maxwel), A^pargenbnry, B. Hayes. Mra. F. Sparaenbury, Miss L. G. Thomas. MIm Laig, A. M. O’Reilly,  JK« -De w    ШЛ*    os.    v^azmygswas,    ww    *    a*  C. Mettasi. T. C. King, F. R. Pearell. William Slmmona w. M. Adams. J. P. Howell, and Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Kelly.  LIBERTY HOUSES CROWDED.  SpecM to The New York Times. LIBERlT. N. Y., Aug. 8.—The hotels and  boarding housM in toe village of lihertg, which is so piotoresquely situated In the Shawangunk Mountains, are taxed to thehr capacity.  The trotting raeos held eveiV Wednesday "frernoon are a aouroe of great interest to the publle in this vicinity, as are the semi-weekly danoee held at Lake Ophelia. ^  The new Liberty House te (me of. the most popvdmr hotels hi SulUvaa CflñmQr. Every evmiing there are held in the hotel parlera mgaicwlra, whist parties, and danclhg. The Front Porch Cluh, of which Ooorgo vAdmtral Coh№ ie PfetonL its asr  ÉÊm  RtMtf elamlbalto Urn рш week at Mewtieallo. 'The тштЛшт eC-toore hr taay-hqAia^> prsasnt faicliidod alihnr toüdisll, JL  Wooten, IgiinxnM'JihtoèaiL U. S.  tor, Jèhh  Payna ______  le^ DaVliB. H At the   .Dr.  ^ ,____^ “pha OaÊti-  moçlh Forgéa DolUe Roberte a к, lor  locai. duûiSL    Gieky    of    the    if    aw  York PoUcettepartSent  Won too prise for  being the most popular young man sojourn-Ingln â^lUvan County. The tea tents wars  under the management of Miss Marnret Ryan, aasisited by Miss Mamie Lyons, lira. Irving. Miss Nellie Barry. John Bemnond Powers, James Ryan, and Mra. Albert Hays.  Miss Minnie Olsen won the pitMressive euchre prize at the Knights of Chumbas entertainment, while the prize for being the most graceful dancers was awarded to Mr. and'Mrs. 'Thomas Martin.  The Ptnney House is where the lovera of outdoor pastimes congregata Lawn ten-nia bicyclimL golf, and polo find equal favor with toe guests at this hotel, and the dally tally-ho ride over the picturesque mountain roads is one of the other means  the guests M this hotel fhid for enjoyment. Matthew CaHahan’s trotter. ‘^Dutch  Mike.” Won -the 2:2$ trot and pace race at tlte_ driving track during the J«st week.  The Halcyon Hotel is so' picturesquely  t uMed Ы tog  wag won  oontegL  nie Whwhnda Betel Is one of in its gptx^tmente in №Ш1тая Comma^ag к beaolifiil view eC.tliWj roni^ng c<rantry ami on account  ehthinlaste may be found iiife af «S ..  Tlte daily concerts in the hotel parlota ■Idee the eyening hops. musSoales, i  partiee, are some of the attraottve^_____________  of this hoteL The arrivale inclad# MhWu; Peckett. Mr. and to. BenneElifr. ^ dera, Mr. and Mra. King, and Mr. and Brokaw.  The coaching parade under the   _____  ousapiaei  of the Buslneis 'Men's Äimxlation wutM  held toe latter part of the monto, while (лат1  lambake will be held oet'  ^onductora*  ^bülancashire Inn is entertaining yem: many ■visitora from Cuba, Porto Ri(m«. South  and  America,.  The Grand View HeightnHotel^ Swan- ,, l^tel, Hotel du NOrdl  nanoa  Summit House are entertaining many neW arrivals, and the social season this year at  liberty is one of the liveliest ever experienced In this pretty yhlage.  WITH THE FISHERMEN IN MAINEi  Speciâl to The New York Times.  RANOELEY, Me.^ Aug. 8.—The' present week has been delightfully coo! here among the mountains. Bach day^ baa brought many new arrivals at camps and hotels pU through the lakes, while the camping parties are starting pff into the forests to some far away pond where they will find i^enty of trout and only the inhabitants of woods and watera to keep them company.  James B. Dill of New York was most successful in comlim ' across the country through toe White Mountains and over the rough roads of Maine with hts automobile party and arrived at the Rangeley Lake House Friday afternoon of last week, thus proving the trip could be taken. The party greatly enjoyed the novelty and were eagerly welcomed at all the country villagea' Mond^ Mr. DHL accompanied by his daughter. M^ Helen, and hpr friend. Miss Marion Evans of Chicago, went into Kenne-' bago Lake country for a ten days’ camping.  These New Yorkers have recently arrived here for;a stay of several weeks: Dr. L. Bolton Bangs, M. B. Bangs, Mr. and Mra William Richarda Mr. and Mrs. G. Tomkin, Mra E. M. Banks, Miss Banks of New York City; Mr. and Mra. E. J. Freedman of Mmmt Vernon, N. Y.; Mr. and Mra E. Martin Phillippe and children of Newark, N. J.  Mr. and Mra. H. D. Winans and Miss Forests of New York, after a few days of hotel ‘life, are now at Seven Ponds with their guides.  Mr.*and Mrs. J. L. Wyckoff, Miss Thayer, and R. G. Benedict of Holyoke, Masa; Mrs. Harold A. Freeman, Master Clarence F.  Freeman, Me» and Mrs. Lu L. Rue, Miss Roberta O. Rue, W. H. Trump, Jr., Mias Trump, and Mr. and Mra M. Trump are late comers at the Brmgeley Lake House.  Frank S. Chriatiam and daughter, Misa Hattie J. Christian of Philadelphia, do not care for toe lake, but daily take long horseback rides over the country.  At Loon Lake campa some five miles from here, Mr. and Mra. Charles A. Barcher and Alexander T. Dean of New York have gone for August days of wttdernera hfe.  James M. Munyon, Jr., and family of Philadelphia have opened their -handsomer cottage near the hotel and Idra Munyon’s brother and sister, W. E. Giliam and Miss Ada B. Giliam of New York, are now ■with them.  Mrs. A. M. Wheatland of S&Icm. Mass., who this yepr completed a flfty-thousand-doliar cotta^ on Rangeley Lake, has the following house jparty^: A. P. Lucus and Misa Lucus of New York, Miss Upton of Philadelphia, and Ernest M. A ^chado of Boston. They have a handsome little launch and are dally seen about the lake or drtri^ over the counfry.  pounds 5 ounces, and 4 pounds 15 ountea. Three days previous he had landed salmon.  from 8 to ,5 pounds each, ai^ one ci 3 роипфр 3 ounces toe day following. He iSk still sending the fly over the watera.  Miss LilUán OUvia Hamilton, who, with  Monday by giving a popcorn party at tow cabin.  Mr. and Mra Fred M. Ambrose of New York this past week entertahxed Miss Clans Evelyn Ambrose of Wellraley. Miss Cora' Ambrose Nath, Frederick Ambrose, and Mra. E. D. Cook of Southborough, Mass..  and Miss Marrauwt Feldman of BaJomore.  !^ato. a lad of ten summera.  Master Nal caught a two-and-a-half-pound trout and fifteen other good-sized ones with fly in on* afternoon.  IÒNEO’S SUMMER COLONY.  Mr.  Mrs. L O. Horton and sons.  George S. Horton and Arthur J. Horton, and Mr. and Mra A H. Zugalia of New  York, after a week here, are now touring toe lakea  Mr. and Mra E. A. Pearce of Hacken-sacA N. J., are for the tenth season at Mountain View. They have a* naphtha launch, HackensacA which takes many  jolly ^ar^s on the lake.  A.  Misa  >n B. Pori  Miss Elisabeth Phillips, Phillips and friend, Mbs  Philli  _    ips    ai  Marlon E. Porter of Philadelphia, are  domiciled at Mountain View, while from the same city. In one of the camps near the hotel. Mr. and Mra Alexander Martin, Alexander Turdus .Martin, and Stewart T. MarUn, accompanied by Mtss Irene Mc-Carroli of Brooklyn, are at home until the middle of Septemb^.  The prises at the euchre party at Mountain View House this week were won by Urn following: First ladles’. prise. Miss White; second. Ifisa B. A Caluten of New York; first men’a Walter J. PSUng of Washington; second. J. W. Buckingham .of Quincy. Masa; “ booby " prise. Miss Edna Young of BrookljTi.  1 The largest log cabin which is in the koocls^ is taken by Mra C. K Warner of Brooklyn, who chaperones five handsome young ladies, her daughters. Miss Ethel J. Warner. Miss Elma L. Warner, and Miss Louise M. Dickinson, Miss Bessie D. Nalrne, Miss Rleta D. Nairne, all Brooklyn girls. There Is music In camp, as one of the young ladles is an accomplished violinist.  Another capip is taken by Mr. and Mra. E. M. Adler of Philadelphia, who postponed a trip to Europe for this life, and will remain all the season.  Four PhiladelphlUns occupy another camp. They are Dr. and Mrs. A L. Root, Miss L. Y. Gerkler, and A. H*. Smith.  At Mooselookmeguntie House the hotel  Special to The New York Times.  KINEO. Maoseiiead Lake. He., Aug. &-• August brought beautifnl wratlmr, whlclt there is every reason io beUeve will ron-tinue for some time. The daily arrival«* now are very large, and another w^k ■will mark the season’s height, and with this increase in the growth of the Summer colony life is fast assuming its wonted gAyaty.» The «fishermen are still many, but th№ have been crowded into the background 1^ the'large proportion of Summer ■visitors, and their catchea are being made mainly in the near-by ponda Camping was never, more popular, and toe number who are in the woods or returning is exceptionally;-larae.  Thomas J. O’lXmohue and his son. Thom*«, as J. O’Donohue. Jr.. of New Tortc are baclo' after a six weeks’ trip on West Branch» and tributary watera They flsbed mainy famous trout watera deep in the, ■wUder« ness, and enjoyed exceptional sport, easily securing trout beyond tlmir needs. They also report an abundance of big game and some exciting expm'lences with It. They were joined here during the week by J. Elmer O’Donohue and Miss M. T. O’Donohue of New York, who will remain through the season.  Mrs. Henry C. Lea and Miss Juliet C.  b  / .Jr,  Lea of New YOrk are bacA after thd fhrst taste of camp life, delighted ■with the irooda  and already planning to go again. A ■week ■was spent on the west branch of the Penobscot, and Miss Lea proved herself a skillful angler, taking a number of large trout.  Congressman and Mrs. George F. Huff. Miss Carolyn B. Huff. Julian B. Hutt. and  Burrell R. Huff have gone, after a short ■visit here, and after a short stop on tha Maine coast they ■will proceed to their country home, at Greensburg, Penn.  Among the Summer ■visitors are many who com for the seasom including Mr. and Mra. Luwell Palmer, Miss Grgce Palm-er. Miss LUlIe C. Palmer. ^Mlss Ethel J. Piumer, Arthur W. Palmer, Master Carleton Palmer, Mrs. A. W. Foote, and Mra. Theodore Wicker of New YorA Mra. W. H. Vrefenburgh, Mias Vreden-burgA W. H. Vredenburgh, Jr., and Dr. Albertus Adair Moore of New York are here for several weeka C. E. Bemis, Miss Bemls, and Miss Daisy  Bemfft of New York are here for Augimt L. N._Henchfic6d and Mira J. РГнауез,  John H. Schuer and Miss Sadie T. Schuer of New York are here for short ■visita Mr. and Mra James R. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sudbury, Gordon H. Sudbury. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Young, W. C. Young, and George Geer of New YozA are among the recent arrtvals.  Mr. and Mra J. Gibson Mcllvalne, Miss Martha Mcll'ralne, J. Gibson McRvaine. Jr.. Walter B. McHvaine and Hanson  L. Withers of Philadelphia are here for Augu^ and ■wiU spend a part of their  time in the wooda Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Lewis. Edwin M. Lewis, and Ludwig C. Lewis of Philadelphia caxhe to remain until the middle of September.  Mra D. R. /’arrison and Mira Garrison  of Philadelphia are here for the Summer. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Llewellyn Cooke of  PhiladelphJa are at LUy Bay.  Miss Belle Turner and Mira Marie Depue  of Philadelphia are at Deer Island.  NORTH CONWAY NOTES.  tepherd.    _________ _____  Howard T. Poffard of Brooklyn are among toe newcomers here.  LaZt Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zucker and daughter. Mira Marjorie, arrived for an extended stay. It is their first trip to these lakes, and Mr. Zucker had never fished before, but Monday morning engaged a guide and went out on the lake to try his lucA and a landlocked salmon who was hungry took his hooA There was nearly an hour’s battle with the gamy fellow, who did not care to have the guide land him.  "It is a very big fish," said the guide when he took him into the boat, and this proved true, for it was a pound heavier than any taken this year from these waters, as It weighed 13% pounds. Surely " fisherman’s luck! ’’    ♦  The flag is flying from Camp 'Houghton, built on a big rock in Mooselookmeguntie more than twenty years ago. . These well-known Bostonlaqs are there: Mrs.i H. G. Ashton, C. F. Ashton. Miss Elsie 0. Ashton, and R. V. PetUnglll.  E. S. Butlar of New York has bought a handsome naphtha launch this season and a new log cabin which he is decorating with Indian relics.  Morrell Green of Montclair. N. J„ has a cabin which he occupies alone.  At the Barker on Sandy Point are the following New Yorkers enjoying fishing, mountain climbing, and outdoor life: Dr. and Mrs. H. P. de Forest, J. C. Nlcoll and daughter. Miss EL R. Nlcoll; Mr. and Ifrs. W. A. Strout. Mis« E. A. Halsted, Charles  F. and OeOnte F. Halsted. Miss A. C. King and Miss Edith King, trtio are  Speeiea te The New York Tk NORTH CONWAY, N. H.. Aug. a-Th« past week has been by ter the liveliest of the season in the mountains. The hotels are fast filling up, and the height of the season is near at hand. <3olf, break ridea and all out-door sports have been much enjoyed, and numerous social affairs have made the time pas*« pleasantly.  Miss Lillian V. Leach of New York City arrived early in the week at the Kearsarge, where she Is the gurat of William S, Elrk-beck and the Misses Birkbeck.  A Brookl3m party at the Kearsarge consists of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Hopkins, Mira Bessie M. Hopkina Miss Jessie K. Hopkina Mr. and Mra J. M. Peters, Mass Carrie W. Peters, and Mira Dorothy Petera At the Eastman House Mr. and Mrs. George H. Conger, Miss Alice Duff Conger,  A..Duncan, and A. A. Sowarby of New York .  are registered for an extended stay.  S. L. Smith of New YorA who is stopping at the Sunset Pavilion, Is spending much time on the golf link» and making good scorea    _    ^  Mrs. Arthur C. Ketcham of New York and Mrs. Annie M. Brown of Brooklyn were prize ■winners at a very enjoyable proheld at the Kearsarge  grenive hearts party  during the wee A Other New Yorktrs*par-  tlcipatingwere Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Etafiton, Шее M. EL BirbecA and Master Irving Ja-  being  chaperoned by Miss E- G. Aller.    .  Mr. and Mrs. J. Herrmann of New York | are here, and they spend much time ■with rod and line on the lake, and can reel off t some good fish stories when they return, as i they have reeled in some fine trout and j salmon. Mr. Herfrnann’s first fish was a * five-pound trout, and they have caught several »salmon' that weighed from two to four pounds each.  They have for the past week entertained their frlendA H. B. Andrews of Denver and Mr. a_nd_Mra J. H. Andrews of  cobs.  Drag rides are popular at the EUtsUsan House. A party of twenty-nine enjoyed a trip to Jackson on Wednejsday.  Edward Karelson, Mrs. Jennie E. Dow, and Bliss Jacobs ot New York wera members of a |Mirty who climbed Mount Kea»-. earse on Monday.  Tnom'xs H. Curtia Min Curtis, and Miss E. C. Mills of Brooklyn are at the Kearsarge for a long stay.  At a progresinve whist party at the Keax-ay night Arthur S. Htegins and ■". Ketcham of NevTYertc <  sarge Mra Arthur C.  City  won first prizes. Other participaats from “ • “    "    s M. KBIrkbeGk  New York City were Misa and Miss- Catharine Feick.  The principal event of the coming vpsefc  will*he toe horse races and coaching parade  Chester, N. H„ taking them in a pz steamer on the lakes. The party had their  first fly Ashing, and Saturday capght a »g of Oil '   ____  Ivn  have chosen this place for a ten days’ out-  ilrty-three trout.  good string 0 Mr. and lira D. R. Babcock of Brookl  to be held at White Mountain ParA _ the entries are many good horsea The coaching parade will be a revival of toe old custom In this section.  Recent New York arrtvals at the Ktar-  sarge Include S. 8. Long, lilas Mary B, Sndth. Mr. and Mra. 1. B. Tilton. Шга Edward Karelson. T^más  ■einesdag xrated wit  evening the log casino was   crated wlto forest green and wild terns  and scarlet bunchberry from the mountain side, and the first card party and dance was enjoyed by a large eompany. Shanna siding at the piano, m Mr. and Mra. J. EL Wright  »nto’s  irse epjoyi  Cummings At Upper of NewYor!  ork arrived Saturdi^ for a moni stay. Farweir Widton . of _ St Louta_Mo.,  Jennie E Dow, and Bir. and , CrinMuu^  Other arrivals include Mr. an' Mra James A. Rooney. Brooklyn; Bir. and Mra H. C. Tucker, Piuiadelphia; M. P. lialhy, Belfast N. Y.; -Bir. and BiTa M. T. Von Kramer. Saratoga. N. Y.i M. W. Bttsa Benjamin Greene, the Rev. and Mra T. I. CoiKTL:    "    —    ---  I. Collina Mra E B. Cam-  Mf. ai^ Mra Burr M. Meder of Fran-itid ThotUM Bates muOTed R. cago regieterod there this weeA  cisoo. Bates o;  In the Dam  day-soi Bugen« son on twenty . SpooTida oaughta salmon  егоп,**%^5м1* H. Aracad, BÜS8 ArnokL ■ M. E. Arnold. Providence; Lsuhi C.  Mias M. B. Arnold. Providence; Lsuhi Connolly. Newport; Joseph Rousseau, Mas-ter Remillard. Wooasqeket: Bin. T. Thom  of Bo^n, irtio has this sea-from шеае  Аахтааиаагамаas« ««    оюклто    4L« JkeUikmmom  Golding, Perth Amhsy,    J.j Bfr% and Ifira  irorth.  fold Wadsworth, Brookline, lìiss.;  у, i-. w.  P. BrigJs^adswprtA B._ WadaworiА  Jr  Edna Wadsworto. Master  I pools caught over on that weighed from  18 ouncea on that day ounce trout and three 3 pounds I ounce. 8  Fanny N. №idford, Bfiss Alies A. Brad-tatd. Miss Louisa Radford, Piyaaouto. Masa: Mr. and. Mra mrra L, Dexlte. Jrv  V--.' V,   

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