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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
NEW CASTLE, PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
H. W. PRIEST, President
The Leading New England Coast Summer Resort
Every facility for sport and recreation : Golf, tennis, riding, driving,
yachting, fishing, bathing, and well equipped garage under competent
supervision. Firje livery. Music by symphony players. Accommo
dates 500. Local and long distance telephone in every room.
Trap, Rifle and Pistol Shooting is one of the attractions. Annie
Oakley, the world famous markswoman, will instruct ladies free
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WENTWORTH HOTEL CO., C. A. Judkins, Manager
Address Until May 1, Little Building, 80 Boylston St., Boston, flass.
CAS A YBEL,
Sanibel, Florida J
: '7 . An Island Resort S
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Easily accessible, warm climate, moaerato rates, many attractions, :
J homelike, comfortable. Gulf bathing all the winter. Superb fishing. j
S W. C. BARNES, Proprietor. j
BRETTON IN THE HEART OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
WOODS Improved Golf Course Full 6,450 yards
arilE MOUNT PLEASANT THE MOUNT WilDIXGTO
C. J. Dunphy, Manager D. J..Trudeau
Winter: The Copley Plaza Winter: Hotel Ormond
Boston, Mass Okmond Beach, Fla.
Information at 243 Fifth Ave., New York, and all of Mr. Foster's offices
4S-BRETTON WOODS SADDLE HORSES AT ORMOND THIS WINTER
SOUTHERN PISES, N. C.
Open November to May
Capacity 100. All modern conveniences. White hdp exclusively. Ilooms
single and ensuite, with bnth. American Pl;n ; From 3.00 per djiy. Five
minutes from the Country Club ?ind Golf Links.
J. f. POTTLE & SON, Proprietom
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Summerville, South Carolina
CJolf motoring and all out door pleas
ures in an ideal climate.
Hot water heating, Attractive surroundings
v Artesian water
THOM.AS It. AlOOnE
Mr. Arthur G. Lockwood
Resigns and Constructs Modern Golf Courses
at Reasonable Prices
Full Particulars on Application
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Twoj -oSSlu ITwo
New Riding and Driving Club
T. EDMUND KRUMBHOLZ
Toln th Odlldaj Oatnerinir at
Taking advantage of a slight respit
from the most important task in the
world, some of the leaders in the great
American enterprise of spraying the
Prussians with dynamite and teaching
them the meaning of the word gentle
man and the spirit of fair play by prac
tical surgery repaired to the hospitable
corridors of the Carolina hotel for the
holidays. E. A. Sperry, the inventor
and manufacturer of the practical gyro
scope and stabilizer for American ships
and aircrafts, one of the most important
members of the Naval Consulting
Board, was there with Mrs. Sperry.
Richard Crane, private secretary to the
Secretary of State was on hand over
Sunday for his only vacation of the
year, in frequent consultation with Mr.
Sperry and John Bassett Moore,1 the
leading authority of this country upon
International law. Robert F. Herrick
of Boston, the leading spirit and suc
cessful manager of the great Red Cross
drive in Boston, and a mainspring of
the fighting spirit in New England ar
rived at the same time with Mrs. Her
rick and Miss Herrick for the New
A welcome herald of the coming
week's frolic of the Advertising Frater
nity, L. A. Hamilton, put in his appear
ance. He was full of assurances that
neither war nor zero, nor sudden death
could deter the assembling of the clan,
who would be here in full war cry by
the tenth of the month, ready undaunted
to tackle the worst that Donald Ross
had to offer, and to delight the whole
world with a program of wit nd humor,
singerfest and breakdown, devised this
year by Captain R. O. Haubald of the
New York Athletic Club.
Deservedly the most popular figures
to be seen in the lobbies and upon the
polished floor of the ball room were the
lucky soldiers whose furloughs still held
good. The last to bid a reluctant fare
well was Lieutenant E. H. Vreden
burgh from Camp Green, leaving
Henry V. Seggerman of the 107tn In
fantry, the weE known golf champion
alone in his glory, foeggerman is on
leave pending a call to Join the flying
forces in France.
The riding enthusiasts have had the
lion's share of the entertainment this
week. - Screams of an unprecedented
winter and a Siberian New York with
mow in Miami and Esquimos in the
Sandhills only amuses the girl on horse
back. All times of day and every day
'he parties can be seen galloping
through the village. And occasionally,
is on Monday afternoon they all com
bine forces and make calvary expedi
tion to some chosen haven. That day
it was to the Highland Pines Inn for
'unch, where our old Cronie Creamer
. serves the best fare in the late Confed
eracy, and provides a Jazzband that
would turn a wooden legged man into
a. toe dancer. Answering the call of the
saddle, Mrs. E. P. Spencer, who is never
happy unless racing, led the van and a
roll call consisting in E. B. Rich and E.
E. Rich,' W. M. Baker, Mr. and lfrs
Malcomb . Ormsbee, J. E. Moore, r
Irma Hopper, W. Vaughn, James Buf'
fington, C. R. Hathaway, Miss Muriel
Rothchild, Miss Eleanor VredenbuM
late winner of the Ladies Purse, J. (e !j
Cora, Miss E. C. Straus.
The Young people have been almost
as much in evidence in the merrymaking
as the debutantes. On Monday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Fayen gave an opera
party, entertaining Miss Frances '
Thomas, Miss Katharine Ormsbee, J0ha
Porter and Carl Fayen. Richard Tucker
and Albert Tufts were ; guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Robeson at the hotel
What with hunters returning with
fabulous stories from the brakes, and .
rumors of wars, and talk of 'great de
feats at the bridge boards, and shows
and dinners and dances and all such
there would be no end to this narrative
of a week unless we got down to the
important matter, and give information
who else have come to join the glad
throng to wit,
NEW YORK STATE
W. J. Faith, A. M. Tolson, Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Rothchild, Howard F. Roth
child, New York City; Coro E. Morlan,
A. W. Stewart, Mrs. A. M. Hall, II,
Mrs. W. S. Woodward, Mrs. Irma Hop
per, Miss Jean Acken, Dr. and Mrs.
II. C. Luke, New York; Mrs. M. B.
Brynes, Mr. and Mrs F. K. Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. N. W. Peters, Miss Frances
Peters, Dr. and Mrs. S. Jelliffe, New
York City; Mr. and Mrs. I. Robeson,
S. B. Robeson, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. S. Frank, Miss Alice Van A.
Frank, Adele Frank and governess, Miss
Ida B. Throckmorton, Brooklyn; L. V.
Batton, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gibbony,
Miss Constance Gibbony, A. B. Watson,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. G. Stewart
Krieger, J. B. Smiley, M. B. Brynes,
New York City; Mr. and Mrs L. Fearey,
New York; W. C. Job, R. B. Job, T. W.
Job, New York City; C. W. Harmon,
New Rochelle; C. W. Watson, J. C
Stewart, L. A. Hamilton, Miss Muriel
Rothchild, J. F. Rothchild, Miss Baker,
Constance A. Andrews, New York; H.
D. Waters, Buffalo; Cameron Clark,
New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.
Boardman, Brooklyn; W. G. Bibb, Mrs.
Victor A. Seggerman, New York City;
Henry V. Seggerman, 107 Inf. U s
A.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kramtoff, New
York; Miss Lulu V. MacQueen, Hamil
ton; Mrs. B. V. Corect, Lockport; Mrs.
Harold Sherill, Poughkeepsie; Florence
A. Ballin, New York; John F. Dugan,
New York City.
Dr. E. E. Tully, Philadelphia, P.;
David I. Stoneman, Benj. Rudinck,
Rosenberg, Boston, Mass.; G. A. Barner,
Princeton, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. E. Barn
ard, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. C. Davis,
W. Vaughn, Boston, Mass.; James Buf
fington, Fall River, Mass.; B. C. Mc
Fadden, Miss S. Edna Johnston, Pbila'
delphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F.
Lancaster, Boston, Mass. ; Stuart H.
Patterson, Plainfield, N. J.; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert F. Herrick, Miss A. Her
rick, Milton, Mass.; Mrs. J. T. Baker,
Wm. M. Baker, J. W. Baker, Plainfield,
Concluded on page three)