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OUTLOOK
Jack Fanning- Saya Trap Shots Kverj-
w lie re Are Anticipating' It.
11 Mr. Sousa was right, no doubt about
that," remarked Jack Fanning the fa
mous trap shot, at The Inn, Tuesday eve
ning, " sportsmen everywhere are talk
ing Pinehurst and the third annual Mid
winter Handicap, scheduled for January
19, 20, 21 and 22.
" I hear it everywhere I go and
among the best class of sportsmen just
as I hear the country's biggest shoots
talked of during the summer season.
You've got a big lead here which is
going to bear compound interest year
after year, mark my word."
Solo lr Mrs. F. A. King-,
Mrs. F. A. King of Northboro, contrib
uted much to the pleasure of the regular
Sunday evening concert at The Inn with
a song " Chanson L'Adieu " by Tosti,
with violin obligato by Mr. Warren B.
Monroe; graciously responding to an
enthusiastic encore.
The program :
Overture "Martha"
Juartett from " Rigoletto "
Trio " Liebesgarten " op 34, No. 1
Song with violin obligato
Chanson L'Adieu "
Mrs. King.
Selections from " Maritana "
Czardas from " Coppellia "
Selections from " La Bpheme "
Hymn God be with you "
Flotow
Verdi
Schumann
Tosti
Wallace
Delibes
Puccini
Tomer
IMIEIIDEXT TUT PLEASED.
Acknowledge! Receipt of Finehnnt
Oolt Lad Calendar.
President William II. Taft acknowl
edges the receipt of the 1910 golf calen
dar in the following letter dated De
cember 13 :
The calendar which you forwarded has
been received and 1 wish to thank you
for your courtesy.
It is hoped that the President will
make a visit here during the winter,
prompted by his desire to enjoy the game
and to see "America's St. Andrews."
Guetn of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kins.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. King of Northboro,
entertained delightfully at dinner at The
Holly Inn Saturday, the guests including :
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
C. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L
Jlllson, Miss Mary Kellar, Miss Harriet
Horton, Dr. Myron W. Marr and Mr.
Philip L. Lightbourn.
The place markers were floral cards, the
decorations tea roses and the piece de
resistance planked quail.
Pinehurat'a Pure Water.
Monthly chemical and bacteriological
tests of Pinehurst's pure water continue
most satisfactory, the supply even more
abundant than in the past. Its remark
able softness is compared with rain water
by experts and its beneficial effects are
generally recognized by the medical profession.
TOURNAMENT PROGRAM.
Golf, Tennis, Trap and Pistol Erents
for Ralance of .Season.
The following is the Country Club's
schedule of tournaments for the balance
of the season :
GOLF.
December 28, 29, 30 Sixth Annual
Holiday Week tournament.
January 10, 11, 12 Seventh Annual
Midwinter Tournament.
February 9, 10, 11, 12 Sixth Annual
St. Valentine's tournament.
February 16, 17, 18, 19 Fourth An
nual St. Valentine's tournament for
Women.
March 9, 10, 11, 12 Sixth Annual
Spring tournament.
March 16, 17, 18, 19 Sixth Annual
Club Championship.
March 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 Eighth An
nual United North and South Amateur
Championship for Women.
March 28 Tenth Annual United
North and South Open Championship.
March 30, 31, April 1, 2 Tenth An
nual United North and South Amateur
Championship.
April 14, 15, 16 Second Annual Mid
April tournament.
trap shooting.
January 19, 20, 21, 22 Third Annual
Midwinter Handicap.
January 31 to March 28 Weekly
One Hundred-Target Handicap tourna
ments. Gold Medal for -best scores
made during the season.
PISTOL SHOOTING.
March 21-26 Annual U. S. R. A.
and Pinehurst Championships.
Weekly Handicaps at frequent in
tervals during the season.
lawn tennis.
February 8 Men's Singles.
March 8 Women's singles.
March 14, 15, 16 Pinehurst Cham
pionship. detailed programs.
Detailed programs maybe had on ap
plication to the Pinehurst General Office.
Convincing Argrament.
It was anorthern Chaplain who started
in to convert a southern regiment, and
down he went from colonel to mule
driver; but the "cracker" hesitated,
scratched his head thoughtfully and
finally balked.
" It's lika this, yer see : " Eef you-ns
convart me who in heall is goin1 ter drive
them mules?"
In Time of Heed.
"Is there a Christian Scientist in the
audience?" remarked a pleasant face
lady rising from her seat at the play
"Yes," responded a meek face man
quickly.
"Oh, thank you! Do you mind
changing seats with me? I'm in an aw
ful draught."
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The Carolina is a magnificent four-story building completed in 1900. The in
terior is a model of elegance, with appointments calculated to suit the most luxu
rious tastes. The hotel accommodates five hundred guests and is provided with
seventy-four suites with bath. The cuisine and table service are unsurpassed.
The house contains every modern comfort and convenience, including elevator,
telephone in every room, sun rooms, steam heat night and day, electric fights, and
water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, and a perfect sanitary system of sew
age and plumbing.
H. 1A7. PRIEST, manager.
The Berkshire,
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Berkshire is a modern hotel, delightfully located with all conveniences for
health and comfort ; running water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, bath
rooms, steam heat, open fires and electric lights and sanitary plumbing. The guests
apartments are comfortable and home-like and the public rooms large and attractive.
The cuisine and service is of a high standard.
F. C. ABBE, Manager.
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HOTEL WENTWORTH,
NEW CASTLE, PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
Every facility for sport and recreation : Golf, tennis, riding, driving, yacht
ing, fishing, still and surf bathing and well equipped garage under competent
supervision. Music by symphony orchestra. Accommodates 450. Send
today for a beautifully illustrated book.
Wentworth Hotel Co., H. W. Priest, Managing Director
    

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