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you will find the real rea
sons for its playing and last
It is hollow and its center
is Air-Compressed Air-with
a pressure of 800 pounds to
the square inch.
The Air-retainer is made of a flexible air-proof compo
sition that permits no escape or loss of pressure. This
has a spherical jacket of pure Para rubber.
The jacket is a wall of wound thread 360 yards of the
best Sea Island Cotton, lias a touffh cover of Para rubber
You cannot Cut or Gash the Pneumatic
Top it purposely if you wish prove it to yourself that you can't.
That means The PNEUMATIC lasts till you lose it.
Now Match it in play. See bow far it Hies on the drive and how
true to the course. That's because the driver waked up that 800 pounds
of air, and because there were no cuts or gashes to deflect it.
Now we come to the approach and the putt.
Notice that it's dead now all liveliness gone. That's because the light putt
ing stroke has not sufficient force to get to the air-so it's novo practically a solid ball.
Can't you see now why THE PNEUMATIC improves any man's game ?
Manufactured only by
Till! CJOOMl'EAIl Tins IAD IlUIlHEIt COMl'AAY,
(Coif Ball Department) Akron, Ohio.
PNEUMATIC GOLF BALL
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RIC HER THAN
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
Tremont and Beacon Sti. ma
iSi FnTlkEt (Wholesale) DUO I UlM.
WASHINGTON, D, C.
American and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof.
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within five minutes walk of the Executive
Mansion, Treasury, State, War and Navy Departments.
John T. Devlne, Proprietor.
RECORD BREAKING WEEK
Big List of Arrivals Taxes Capacity of
Old and New Friends flock in ly the
Hundred to Enjoy Seauties
of Early Spring-.
HE week's arrivals have
pushed;':.' the "season"
very close to the high
water mark, and several
of the hotels have found
it very difficult to pro
vide for many who desired to come and
have already established the usual wait
ing lists. And the end is not yet, for
March is not only one of the most popu
lar, but one of the most delightful
Various social pleasures have enlivened
the week, prominent among which were
the College bridge party at The Carolina,
and card parties at The Berkshire and
Harvard. Afternoon tea at The Caro
lina, Holly Inn and Harvard were also
much enjoyed. The weather has been
delightful, and all are much out of doors.
At The Carolina.
Among the arrivals of the week are Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Lockwood, New York, who return for
their annual visit .and are welcomed by many
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paul, Washington, D. C,
will remain well into March.
Mr. G. G. Goodell, Michigan, comes for a short
Mr. A. P. K. James, London, is here for a
short visit and golf.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wellington, Somerville,
Mass., are here for the season.
Mrs. S. A. Harris and Miss Harris, Minneapo
lis, join Mr. Harris.
Judge M. W. Asheson and M. W. Asheson, Jr.,
Pittsburg, are making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Harris, Philadelphia,
will make a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Sayward and Miss A. M.
Say ward, Cambridge, come for the season.
Miss E. L. Wright, Cambridge, returns for an
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Spear, Baltimore, are com
pleting a short visit.
Mr. Henry I). Brown, Philadelphia, joins his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Brown.
Mr. Brownell S. Culler and Miss Georgia L.
Cutler, Buffalo, N. Y., are completing a short
Mrs. Maria L. Lees, Miss Sue B. Lees and
Mrs. Lizzie Alexander, Morristown, Pa., will
remain through the coming week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warren, Miss E. L. War
ren, Meriden, Conn., will remain through
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bushby, New York, are
here for a long stay.
Mr. John L. Underbill and Mrs. II. S. Meig
hann, New Kochelle, N. Y., will spend the week
Mr. and Mrs. It. White Steel, Carl Steel, Do
rothy Steel and Miss Godfrey, Philadelphia, are
here for ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. Wilson, West Medford,
Mass., are completing a short visit.
Mr. C. G. Wahle and Miss A. C. Wahle, New
York, are among the week's arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, New York, re
turn. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Miller, Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Foley, New York; Mr.
William Curry and Miss Margreth Curry, Pitts
burg, were guests of the week.
Mrs. B. F. Dutton and maid, and Mrs. F. F.
Houghton, Boston, are iiere for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon Brown, New York iv.
here for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Conley Trenton, N.
plan an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Fiske, Miss Virgin!.
Fiske and maid, and Dr. Wm. II. Price, Nev,
York, will remain until spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Parmly, New York,
are completing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ferguson, Brookline, Mass.,
plan to remain until April.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Somerville,
will make a long sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith, Somerville, Mass,,
will remain some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester II. Williams, Medford,
Mass., are here for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hollander, Boston, are
here for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Morse, Montclair,
spent a portion of the week here. Mr. Morse is
connected with The Outlook, Hew York.
Mrs. A. B. Bierck and Miss Bierck, Garden
City, N. J., are completing a short visit.
Mr. U ayward Stetson, Boston, will remain
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Rice, Buffalo, are
here for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Duffy, New York, will
remain some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Carey, Montclair, N. J.,
are making an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cooper, Pittsburg, will
spend some weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McSweeney, Boston, come
for an extended stay.
Mr. W. H. Rapley and Mr. E. E. Rapley,
Washington, are completing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shanley and the Misses
Shanley, Newark, N. J., return for their annual
Mr. E. Naumbery and Miss Naumbery, New
York, return, for a long visit.
Miss Jeanette Crcdcn and Miss Winnefred
Busby, Brooklyn, will remain 6ome weeks.
Mr. Harold I. Toffey, Jersey City, returns.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wallower, Harrisburg, are
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J.Quinn, Clifton Heights,
Penn., will remain several weeks.
Mrs. Edward Jones, Miss Janettc JoDes, Mr.
E. S.Jones, Miss Wolf .Scranton, Pa.,will remain
until well into March.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. Gorham, Master
Richard M. Gorham, Milton, are enjoying their
Mrs. F. II. Shelton, Miss Helen Short Shelton,
Philadelphia, Miss Longfellow, Boston, will re
main through March.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brewster, New York, stop
ping at Brewster Lodge, N. C, spent a portion
of the week here.
Miss Ellen G. Todd, Newburyport, Mass., joins
her brother, Mr. J. Gushing Todd..
Mr. and Mrs. V. Cronyn, Miss E. V. Jones,
Canada, will make an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Durgln, Brookline, are
making a short visit.
Miss Herreshoff and Miss Cox, Providence,
were guests of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fox, Mrs. C. C. Voorhees,
Mr. Henry J. Mills, Boston, are completing a
Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Wright, Master Philip
II. Wright, Philadelphia, were among Thurs
Mr. J. S. Brittain and Miss Brittain, St. Joseph,
Mo., will remain some weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Parker, Philadelphia, will
remain until April.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen, South Orange, N. J.,
are here for a short visit.
Mr. T. J. Yorke, Miss Yorke, Mrs. D. W. C.
Clement, Salem, N. J., will remain several weeks.
Mr. H. Spain, New York, joins his wife and
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Williams, Lynn, return
for the season.
Thursday brought a record list of arrivals,
forty-two coming, among them : Mr. and Mrs.
John Baxter, Philadelphia; Mr. John C. Dowd,
Miss Mary A. Dowd, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
John N. Hassom, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Oliver
and maid, Miss Jean Oliver, Pittsburg; Mr.E.F.
Kitselman, Mrs: D. F. Kltselman, Mrs. Pike,
Muncie; Mr. and Mrs. George II. Converse,
Boston ; Mr. and Mrs. John C. Head, Mr. James
Peters, Latrobe; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard,
Geneva; Mr. S. II. Bingham, Chicago; Mrs. E.
J. Stevens, Miss Stevens, Maiden; Mrs. Dr. P. S.
Smith, Cambridge; Mr. William Butler, Boston;
Mr. J. O. Schmidt, New York.