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AFFAIRS INDOORS AND OUT
Delightful Weather and Numerous Events
Keep Visitors Busy.
many Arrival Added to the Humber
Auemliled Including Old and
FFAIHS indoors and out
have occupied the atten
tion of the big company
of hotel guests, for the
weather has been de
congenial, and the visitors pleasure bent
Progressive bridge provided several pleas
ant evenings at The Carolina and there
were the usual card parties at The Inn
and Berkshire, together with dances . at
both The Carolina and The Inn.
The outdoor features included the Tin
Whistles tournament, the base ball game,
pistol tournament and numerous other
affairs of a social nature. .
AT THE CAROLINA.
Week List of Arrivals Include Old
and New Friends.
The list of arrivals at the The Car
olina includes old and new friends, who
are finding congenial associations and
much joy in life. Bridge whist is pop
ular as ever, dancing is much enjoyed
and numerous semi-formal social func
tions are pleasant diversions.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Among old friends who return are Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Wardwell and their son, Mr. L. E
Ward well, Camden, Me., who are here for their
second season. The Wardwells are enthusiasts
over sports out of doors and have hosts of warm
friends in the Village.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Ayres, New York, re
turn for golf and will remain several weeks
Mrs. Ayers is a charming woman who is making
many pleasant acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. II. White and Miss Ella
White, Cleveland, will remain several weeks.
Mr. F. A. O. Schwarz and Miss Ida Schwarz,
New York, are making a short visit.
Mrs. G. A. Wilson and Mrs. S. G. Evans, New
York, will remain through February.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Baird, Brooklyn, will
spend several weeks here.
Mr. L. M. Greer, New York, will spend Febru
Mr. Geo. F. Hunt, New York, will remain some
Mr. James V. Devine, and Mr. A.C. Carey,
Boston, were guests of the week.
Ex-Gov. Geo. P. McLean, of Connecticut, joins
Ex-Senator C. C. Cook, for a return visit.
Mr. Frank L. Froment, New York, joins his
wife and son.
Mr. Geo. E. Chisolm, and Mr. W. M. Hughes,
Morristown, N. J., are enjoying golf.
Mr. S. It. Vickers, and Mr. John It. Tait, Balti
more, return for their annual visit.
Mr. Geo. W. Reynolds, Glen Ridge, N. J., is a
Mr. W. P. Rice, New York, and Mr. W. M.
Mich, Boston, will remain several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Dotcn, Boston, plan an ex
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Fundenberg, Pittsburgh,
are mal.ing a short return visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thorne, New York, were
guests of the week.
Mrs. James Sweeney nnd Miss Sweeney, Buf.
falo, are here for the winter.
Mr. Adheman Fieux, and Mr. Ernest Fieux
New York, are speudlng several weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dustln and Alfred A. Dus
tin, Cleveland, come for an extended stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Uolman, Salt Lake City
will remain several weeks. '
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Kautmann, Lucy Kauf.
mann and maid, Pittsburgh, were among Thurs.
Mr. and Mrs. Grenvlll Perrln, New York, will
remain several weeks.
AT TUB UOLIY INN.
Week IB ring- Additions for Company
The week has made large additions to
the company gathered here and been
most enjoyable, various social pleasures
combining happily with sports and pleas
ures in the open.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Dr. Edward B. Wilson and Mr. A. P. Wills,
New. York, spent the week here.
, Mr. J. J. Montague, Richmond, a frequent visi
tor, returns for shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Many, Brooklyn, wrere
guests of the week.
Mr. F. 1 Marsh, New York, returns for the
Mrs. Han ilton Rowan, Master Hugh Rowan,
and Miss M. J. Farmer, Governors Island, N. Y.,
are here for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Strobel, Jr., Pittsburg, la
enjoying a weeks quail shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sawyer and children, Bos
ton, are making an extended visit.
Mr. J. J. Delwiller and Miss Delwiller, Jersey
City, are making a long sojourn.
Mrs. E. M. Carle, Pittsburg, comes for the
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Porter and Mrs. W. K.
Porter, Jr., Boston, return.
Mrs. C. II. Langdon, Fishkill, N. Y., and Miss
Margurite II. Ashfolk, Elizabeth, N. J., will re
main some time.
Mr. W. D. Makepeace and Mr. A. E. Kent, New
York, will remain two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. James Donahue and Miss Belle
Donahue, Rockland, Me., are making a short
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Backer, Melrose, Mass.,
will remain through February.
Mr. J. W. Moore, Providence, R. I., was a guest
of the week.
Mr.II.E.Loney, New York, will remain several
Mr. Levi Woodbury, Washington, D. C re
turns. Mr. Albert Harbison, Pittsburg, joins his
Mrs. F. W. Jenkins, Barre, Mass., is spending
Mrs. Harry B. Brewster and child, Rochester,
N. Y., were guests of the week.
Mr. Fred J. Sherman and daughter, Brooklyn,
will remain two weeks.
Mr Ernest J. Spalding, Burlington, Vt., re
turns for golf.
Mr. John W. Caldwell, Winchester, Mass., is
making an extended visit.
Mr. Joseph String, Jr., East Orange, N. J.,
joins his son.
Mrs. T. S. Waterman and Mr. II. J. Waterman,
Orange, N. J., are completing a short visit.
AT THE JBEHKSUIIIE.
Card Parties Pleasant Features
of the Week.
Card parties were a pleasant feature of
the week at The Berkshire, and they in
cluded nine tables for euchre, Wednes
day and a progressive bridge party ar
ranged by Mrs. A. B. Myers of Phil
adelphia, which is in progress this
(Friday) eveninsr. Mrs. William E. Ilor-
will, Brooklyn; Mrs. Myers ; Mrs. N. S.
Hatton, Chicago; Mrs. T. J. Check,