THE PINEHURST O.UTLOOK
Prescriptions a Specialty
Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
Sunday Honrs: 10 to 11 A. MM 7 to 8 P. M.
HEATON HALL THE RED LION INN.
ALLEN T. TREADWAY, - Prop.
HEATON HALL opens for its first season
about June the 15th.
Modern In every detail. Thirty suites with
prime ftath. Accommodates 150 Guests,
J. A. SHERRARD, Manager,
The Red Lion Inn opens about Anril 15th
Thoroughly modern; cuisine of high excellence.
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
Should you care for information about Lake-
wood, New Jersey, and, its famous hotels
LAUREL HOUSE AND LAUREL-1N-TIIE
PINES, write for a free copy of the beautifully
illustrated souvenir magazine, "LAUREL
LEAVES FROM LAKEWOOD," issued month
ly. Address D. B. PLUME R, Lakewood, N. J.
Miss Laura Agnes Walker,
Manicurist and Masseuse
Will be located at The Carolina
Dnring the Season.
Prepared to give Massage Treatment,
Shampooing and Chiropody
Superfluous Hair Removed by the Electric Needle.
F. S. Snyder.
Francis Batchelder & Go.
Proprietors of the Capitol Creameries
Egg and Poultry Station, Fenton, Michigan,
Office and Cold Storage,
Smoke Houses and Factory, Boston,
Slaughter House, Brighton, Mass
55, 57, 59, 61 and 63 Blackstone St.,
Dr. J. ERNEST JUDD,
Grown and Bridge Work Specialist,
Appointments made by Mall or Telephone.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
E. L. MERROW,
Brlc-a-Brac, Burned Wood and Leather Novel
ties, Jewdry and Art Needle Work.
Photographic Supplies and Films. Finishing for
Amateurs, a Specialty.
PINEHURST, - - N. C.
THE NEWS DEPOT
An up-to-date Bookstore. Fine line of
Stationery, Toys and Novelties. Large
stock of Souvenirs and Sporting Goods.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Dr. HERBERT J. HALL,
Resident House Physician,
Office at The Carolina,
II ooni Q-.
Hours: 9.80 to 10.30 a. m.; 2.00 U S.00 p.m..
UQ to UM p. m.
DOES ROUND IN SEVENTY !
Professional Alec Ross Makes New Rec
ord for Pinehurst Course.
Perfect CJolf With long- Driving'
Deadly Approaching- and mar
velous Putting: aa features.
A BRILLIANT srolf feature of the
week was the lowering of the rec
ord of the course from seventy-one to
seventy by Professional Alec Ross in a
four-ball scratch foursome with M. C.
Parshall of Warren, Pa., against Dr. A.
Carleton Potter of Boston, and Proles
sional Donald Ross.
Perfect golf in which there were no
"ifs," was responsible for the score.
Ross was driving over two hundred
yards, his approaching was deadly and
his putting little short of marvelous.
The card is notable, principally owing
to its utter absence from fluke shots, and
the fact that four three's were made in
The card in detail :
The previous record, both amateur and
professional, was made last year by both
Professional Donald Ross and T. Ster
ling Beckwith of Cleveland, Ohio, the
winner of last year's United North and
South Amateur Championship tourna
ment. These cards side by side form
an interesting basis for comparison with
the above score :
Out 33454553 537
In 33526353 43471
Out 34352454 435
In 43345453 53671
Harry Vardon, the open champion,
made the course in seventy-three, during
his visit and tried hard to lower this
score but without success. Travis, the
amateur champion, did seventy-six for
his best in the January tournament.
Previous amateur records are seventy-
three made by Edwin A. Freeman of the
Montclair Golf Club, New Jersey, in a
match play with Mrs. M. D. Paterson of
the Englevvood Golf Club, and seventy-
five made by F. C. Reynolds of the
Essex Country Club, Orange, New Jer
sey, in a match with F. J. Bailey.
At The Mystic.
Mr. Leonard Tufts of Medford Mass.,
and his son, Master Richard, arrived
Friday morning and are occupying The
IN HONOR OF ST. PATRICK
The Harvard Pays Unique Tribute to
Ireland's Patron Saint.
Weekly Card Party Much Enjoyed
and Influx of Guests Shows
no Sign of Decrease.
Q T. PATICK'S day was given a novel
observance at The Harvard with a
dinner appropriate to the day, and it was
fortunate for the Management that no
"Orangemen" or "A. P. A's." were
among the guests.
The menu was a very attractive one
tied between heavy card board, bearing
the crest of the house in emerald green
and tied with satin cord of the same line.
The list of viands was also printed in the
same color, and included the following
uIrish delicacies" :
Cream of Murphy's
Lettuce Olives Tomato Catsm
Cold Slaw Sweet Pickles Chow Chow
Cucumbers India Relish
Boiled Salmon, Cream Sauce
Fresh Cork Potatoes
Boiled Belfast Bacon with Greens
Irish Stew, Dublin Style
Chicken Pie. Family Style
Pineapple Fritters, Brandy Sauce
Roast Loin of Beef, Dish Gravy
Capon, Cranberry Sauce
Pork. Annie Sauce
Haunch of Veal, Currant Jelly
Boiled White and Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Potato Croquettes Summer Squash
Sweet Corn Boiled Rice
Punch St. Patrick
Queenstown Pudding, Vanilla Sauce
Mince Pie Custard Pie
Assorted Cake Ginger Snaps
Irish Sea Moss, Blanc Mange
Malaga Grapes Nuts and Raisins
American, Pineapple and Edam Cheese
Tea Coffee Milk
THE WEEKLY EUCHRE PARTY.
The weekly euchre party was well at
tended and a pleasant evening was spent.
The prize winners were Mr. J. K. Brown,
Edge wood, Pa., Rev. G. B. Harrington,
Washington, D. C. ; Mrs. F. II. Abbott,
Bethlehem, N. H., and Miss Helen
McDonald, Pittsburg, Pa.,
Miss Marion Murdock of Cold Springs,
N. Y., and Miss Elizabeth Lawrie of
Pittsburg, Pa., assisted.
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. Robert Parker and Master Robert
Parker, Providence, R. I., come for a
few weeks visit.
Mr. II. C. McLeod, Toronto, Canada,
joins Miss Louise and Miss Edith
Prof. Charles W. Burkett, of the State
Agricultural College, spent Sunday here.
Mr. Augustus F. Brombacher, Brook
lyn, N. Y., comes for the second visit of
the season, welcomed by many friends.
Mr. George W. Case, New Bedford,
Mass., is among the guests.
Mr. George W. Walsh, Chicago, 111.,
was a guest during the week.
NORTH CONWAY, WHITE MTS..N.H.
Golf,. Pure Mountain Spring Water,
Delightful Drives, Magnificent Scenery.
Located Near the Cathedral Pine Woods
Accommodates 260 Guests; Many
Suites with Private Bath.
A. I. CREAMER, MANAGER.
Littleton, - IN. H.
The finest Mountain Scenery; Pure
Spring Water; Excellent Cuisine.
Moderate prices. For descriptive
booklet, apply till May 15, to
J. At. ROBINSON, Mgr.
The Lenox, - Pinehurst, N.C.
SUGAR HILL, - N. H.
Elevation two thousand feet. Accommodates
200 guests. Nine hole golf course.
OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER.
JEFFERSON HIGHLANDS, - N. H.
Elevation 1,650 feet. Accommodates fifty
OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER.
Address until May 1st,
J. L. Pottle & Son, Managers.
PINEHURST, N. C.
THE GARDEN HOTEL
Atlantic City, New Jersey,
Has no Equal.
White Service throughout, High Class Patron
age; Famous Cuisine; Sea water baths. Amer
ican and European Plans.
Write for booklet,
W. 1. FINCH.
ON YOUR WAY HOME STOP AT
A COUNTRY llEMI
B-ENCE. Fine view of Blue
Ridge, bathrooms, large porches, good fare,
pure water piped fronia, mountain spring. Ad
dress Miss CORNELIA'JEFFEltSONIAYLOR,
OnWELL ... V Ell MONT.
A delightful summer home, located on
high ground In the beautiful Lake Cham
plain valley, between the Adirondacki
and the Green Mountains. Superb climate
)ure spring water. Correspondence sollo
ted. For information and booklet
F. B. KIMBALL, Proprietor, Orwell, Vermont.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Telephone in every Room
Bath in every Suite
$2.50 to $5.00 per daj
First Class work In all
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
F. W. BRADBURY, M. D.
PINEHURST, - - - N. C.