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THE BLACK PltlNCjE.
( ? that Ball
J-Jzy-':- y For Tw0 Years
It's as good today
as when I bought it.
y r3r put it out of business and that
There is just one way to
is to Lose It !
The Ball you can't Cut or Gash the Ball that's best for the drive and
most deadly for the putt. Try it yourself and Prove it.
It made only by
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., ,
(Ciolf 1111 Dept.)
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3, S. PIERCE GO.,
Trcmont and Beacon Sts.
1S5 Milk (St., (Wholesale)
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
THE SHOREHAM &
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. Devln, Proprietor.
Tournament Play at Carolina Much En
Joyed by Participants.
Mrs. II. S. Denny and Mr. . McK.
Uoyd Carry off Fir Honor
by a liberal Margin.
tourney, suggested by
Miss Kuhnen of Daven
port, Iowa, occupied a
portion of the week at
The Carolina, and pro
vided an interesting series of games, forty-four
Through an arrangement whereby
North and South were stationary and
East and West progressed after playing
four hands, every couple met every
other couple in equal play, and an ex
cellent test was the result.
Mrs. U.S. Denny and Mr. D. McK.
Lloyd, both of Pittsburg, carried off the
Fourth of Miss Olney's Historical
Talks at Tlie library.
The fourth of Miss Elizabeth Olney's
historical talks was delivered in the Li
brary room yesterday morning, the sub
ject being, "Edward the Black Prince."
Miss Olney characterized the Black
Prince as the ideal gentleman of his time
to whom the glory of the victories of
Crecy and Poitiers belonged, referring to
Froissart's fascinating stories which tell
of these battles and of the chivalrous gen
erosity of their hero. lie was the first
Prince of Wales to adopt the familiar
emblem of the three black feathers and
the motto "Ich dten,". and his untimely
death paved the way for the dissensions
which culminated in the dethronement of
PAPER CHASE TUESDAY.
A Score of Itldeis Will Participate in
Next Weeks Chase.
The fourth paper chase of the season is
planned for Tuesday afternoon, next,
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A GYMKHANA FROLIC THE PIG RACE.
first prizes with a total of 1,432 points,
Mr. G. S. Dexter of Boston, and Mr.
Henry Lloyd of Pittsburg, taking second
with 1,25)0. Four couples made over
1,000, five over 900 and seven over eight.
The success and enjoyment of the af
fair has led to arrangements for its repe
tition in the near future.
Mrs. II. S. Denny and D. McK. Lloyd, 1,432
Mr. G. S. Dexter, Mr. Henry Lloyd, Jr., 1,290
Mrs. J. E. Wood and R. B. Carpenter, 1,084
Mrs. J. D. Climo and Mrs. M. B. Johnson, 1,064
Mrs. Allan Lard and Lucy K. Priest, 1,060
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Williams 1,036
Mr s. R. B. Carpenter and J. C. Neff , 942
Mrs. E. J. Stevens and Mrs. A. E. Curren, 936
Mrs. D. McK. Lloyd and J. O. H. Denny, 916
Mrs. W. G. Hawkins, Mr. G. Worthington, 908
Dr. F. T. Hyde and Mrs. M. A. Crockett, 904
Mr. A. C. Aborn and Mr. J. II. Goodspeed, 890
A. Hale and Miss Hale, 870
Judge J. C. Hale and Mrs. M. II. Wilson, 858
Miss Mary and Jane Lloyd, 812
Miss Macleod and Mrs. M. M. Gibbons, 808
Mrs. G. O. Russell and Helen Taft, 802
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Trainer, 802
Miss F. McNeely and Miss Gertrude Gilbert 784
Mrs. II S. Gordon, Mrs. C. II. Rosenfeld, 704
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Converse, 650
Mr. and Mrs. William Sleicker, 466
with the start from The Carolina at 3 :15
p. M., sharp. Everybody who rides is
invited and it is expected that a score or
more will participate.
nig" North Carolina Poplar.
Last week up in the mountainous part
of Elk township Molt Jones, who is in
the logging business, cut a large yellow
poplar a week or so ago and from it he
got fifteen cuts. Ten of the cuts were 12
feet long, four were 14 feet long and one
was 10 feet long. The butt cut was 6 feet
in diameter and the top cut at the little
end was 20 inches in diameter. The tree
will make more than 5,000 feet of lumber.
The IBravest Lover.
How bravest that brave lover is
Who loves all things beneath the sun,
Then finds all women in just one,
And finds all fortunes in one kiss!
How wisely born, how more than wise,
How wisely learned must be that soul
Who loves all earth, all paradise,
All peoples, places, pole to pole,
Yet in one kiss includes the whole !
Joaquin MXUr in Smart Set.