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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
MANY GOME FOR DECEMBER
Opening of Hotel Carolina las Antici
pated by Old Friends and New
Wondrous Sunshine Makes first
Day of Season llours liOng
to be Itemenibered
TEN DAYS before its
formal opening guests
began gathering at The
Hotel Carolina, early
December finding nearly
two hundred assembled
there with bookings for
the weeks to come in
dicative of a splendid
season. Manager Abbe at The Holly Inn
and Manager Robinson at The Berkshire
are both occupied with plans for January
opening, busy with inquiries and book
ings. Wondrous days of sunshine have
made the opening weeks of the season
hours long to be remembered ; diversified
recreations in the open air claiming the
attention of the entire colony.
Registering at the opening of The
Carolina were : Rev. Dr. and Mrs. David
Gregg, Miss Katherine Gregg, Mr. and
Mrs. David Gregg, Jr., and Master David
Gregg, 3rd, of Brooklyn, who are wel
comed back for their annual visit. Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Wesson and Messrs. Victor
II. and Douglas B. Wesson of Springfield,
Messrs. B. G. Royal and E. R. Johnson
of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Wilkerson, Messrs. B. G. Wilkerson and
John Stambough of Youngstown are old
friends who enjoyed the early shooting.
Messrs. C. L. Becker of Philadelphia,
N. Y., John R. Goodall of St. Louis and
J. B. Bowen of Philadelphia were the
first of the golfers to arrive. Other re
turning friends include : Mr. and Mrs. S.
Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. William Giblin,
and Messrs. Stuart II. Moore, R. A.
Balfe, R. L. Hawthorne and S. E.
Schweizer of New York, Mr. August F.
Brombacher of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Gallagher of Glen Ridge, Mr. G.
W. Johnson of Hackensack, Mr. and Mrs.
F. N. B. Close and the Misses Close of
Cranford, Mr. A. B. Beers of Plainfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Crowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Bascom Little and Mr. R. L. Ireland
of Cleveland, Mr. M. C. Paul of Philadel
phia, Messrs. C. I. Aaron and W. F. Meyer
of Pittsburgh, Mrs. A. G. Olmstead of
Condersport, Mr. J.W. Nelson of Altoona,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Schmidt of Montreal,
Mrs. J. P. Massie and Miss Katherine
Jones of Red Stone, W. Va., Mr. W. E.
Wells of Newell, Va.
JLt The Pine Crest Inn
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Newton and Messrs.
F. S. Pusey and O. B. Wickham of New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Underhill of
Jersey City, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bennett
of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. George P.
Langdon of Southington, Mrs. M. L.
Metcalfe of Chillicothe, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Nay of Chicago, and Messrs. E. B.
Cochrane and Robert McDonald of Can
ada were among the first to register at
the new Pine Crest Inn, many of the
party planning long sojourns.
A musical hedivivus
Music hj Mr. Carl IBehr's Orchestra Is
Enjoyed hj the Entire Colonj-
" A musical redivivus " is the result of
the coming of Mr. Carl Behr as director
of the Pinehurst's orchestras. Since open
ing of The Carolina, the music has been
a delight for the entire Village, the group
of all-star artists including Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bower, Messrs. Ricker, Ashland,
Torrey and Burleigh. Mr. Bower's spe
cialty is tympani work and xylophone
solos, Mrs. Bower is the pianist, Messrs.
Ricker and Ashland are violinists, Mr.
Burleigh plays the cornet and double
bass, and Mr. Torrey the clarinet, while
Mr. Behr's instruments are the 'cello and
trombone. He is also a master of the
zither, and his frequent solos upon this
instrument promise a musical treat. At
taining prominence as a member of the
celebrated Germania orchestra and band,
Mr. Behr later became a charter member
of the Boston Symphony, resigning to
accept the leadership of hotel orchestras,
in which field he has been a conspicuous
figure for many years. As in the past,
the musical climax of the week will be
the combined orchestras at The Country
Club on Saturday . afternoon, and the
Sunday evening concerts at The Carolina.
The Advertising1 Golfers
The full week from January 12 to 17
inclusive, are the dates announced for
the tournament of the new Winter Golf
League of Advertising Interests, a na
tional adaptation indicative of the growth
and popularity of the former Pinehurst
Advertising Golfers. Mr. Joseph Appel,
Wanamaker's general manager in New
York, is at the head of the active com
mittee of arrangements of which W. W.
Manning, McClure's advertising manager,
is secretary. The program is one of the
most elaborate ever prepared and the
trophies will be a dazzling array. Special
provision is made for the women, and
there are numerous novelties in con
nection with the program which will have
its climax in Saturday's events.
As Tribute to Village Club
As a fitting tribute to the important
work of the former Village Club in con
nection with the Pinehurst Chapel, sub
scriptions are being solicited to purchase
a stained glass memorial window for the
ideal location above the altar alcove.
1 Contributions maybe sent to Eva Parker
Jillson, treasurer of the Fund.
The Country Club Teas
The usual Saturday afternoon teas at
the Country Club, with their attendant
orchestral music, will be begun during
December. No similar affairs of the en
tire season are more generally enjoyed.
At The Lexington
Early comers at the Lexington, many
of whom remain through the season, in
clude Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Williams of
Brookline, Mrs. F. H. Cook of Dalton,
and Messrs. F. C. Lewis, A.J. Schoenfus,
S. A. Hennessee, and Maurice D. Cobley.
At The Magnolia
The opening of The Magnolia early in
December finds a goodly company gath
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
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2500 Feet Elevation. Average Temperature
THE NEW HOMESTEAD
OPEN ALIi THE YEAR
Waters, Baths, Hotel and Scenery Nowhere Equalled
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE GOLF COURSE IN THE UNITED STATES
High Class Livery with Excellent Saddle Horses
Returning from a winter's sojourn In the South, a stop-off at VIRGINIA HOT
SPRINGS will prove a most pleasant diversion.
51 May 73 September 75
44 June 80 October 64
57 July 78 November 54
6i August 77 December 47
A new addition with 100 guest rooms was completed during the summer of 1913. All of
the new rooms have private bath-rooms with full outside window.
Through cars between Hot Springs and New York and Hot Springs and Chicago via
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad.
For booklet and further Information, add) ess
H. ALBERT, Resident Manager,
Hot Springs, Virginia.
JL be SMettncttve
. Boston Ibouse
A hotel of highest class with moder
ate prices, especially Inviting to those
who prefer good taste to display.
Our attractive booklet with guide
to Boston and vicnity will follow the
favor of your card
P. O. COSTELLO, Manager.
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Light, Baths,
Excellent Table, Good Service,
Bates, 810.00 and upwards
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Summer Fitzgerald Cottage, Bethlehem,
White Mountains, N. H.
PINEHURST, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Excellent Table
MODERN THROUGHOUT ACCOMMODATES ONE HUNDRED
SOUTHERN PINES. N. C
Dobbin - Ferrall Co. 123vhTe fisr
Raleigh - X. C.
North Carolina's Largest and Leading
DRY GOODS STORE
Dry Goods of All Kinds and Ready-to-Wear
Garments. The Best.
Oeneral Office Bldg,
Hours: 3 to 0 P. M.
THE PINEHURST GREENHOUSES
Phone your orders for Hotel Delivery.
BUNGALOWS TO BENT
Apply: II. P. L.ITTLE
Piuebluff - N. C.
LIFT-THE LATCH TEA ROOM
Opens early In January
PINEBLUFF - - N. C.
The Misses Little.
At Jackson Springs, N. C.
A 10-room house, furnished, hot and
cold water, bath and toilet; nice situa
tion in pine grove. Consumptives need
not apply. Apply to M. A. Bennett,
Jackson Springs, N. C.