PpP3B)f THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL IN THE SOUTH
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New J8-Hole Golf Course of The Country Clut of Virginia Nearby
IT Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Turkish and Roman
Baths. Every comfort for the tourist, every convenience for the traveling man.
1 The many points of historic interest in, and around the City, make Rich
mond a very desirable stop-over place for tourists, where they can enjoy the
climate, thus avoiding extreme changes of temperature.
For handsomely illustrated booklet and reservations, address
THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Virginia
O. F. "WEISIGER, Manager
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MANY COME FOR HOLIDAYS
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llotel Ouette and Cottagers Form
Congenial Early Season Colour
GATHERING are old
friends and new, for in
this the land of holly,
mistletoe and bright
sunshine, the Holiday
season has added mean
ing. The festivities will
include the usual tree at
The Carolina, with vau
deville or minstrelsy, followed by a dance
which will speed the old and welcome the
New Year, on the following Thursday.
The program of recreations in the open
air will be an extended one, including the
tenthannual Holiday golf tournament
which rounds out the month, starting on
the 27th. Quail and trap shooting, fox
hunting, riding, and motoring will be
made much of with the usual Carolina
hops and dinners and the various affairs
of the cottage colony.
Among the hostesses of the week were
Mrs. C. B. Hudson at the Dogwood, Mrs.
H. W. Ormsbee at the Cypress, and Mrs.
E. B. Pratt at the Orange, who enter
tained at bridge. Mrs. H. W. Priest gave
a small Carolina luncheon for Mesdames
Dunlap, Ormsbee, Hudson and Newcomb,
and Miss Phelps. 1 Mr. Leonard Tufts
was dinner host to a party of financial
men who spent Monday here, stopping
off for the day on a trip through the
South for the purpose of investigating
railroad conditions. In the group were
Messrs. John Hanway, R. E. Bard,
Herbert Driggs, E. C. Granberry, N. D.
MacBride, all of New York; E. C.
Wheeler, C. C. Spring, H. L. Johnson
and R. A. Stephenson of Boston, C. E.
Ingersoll and C. J. Waddell of Philadel
phia, C. M. Murray of Pittsburgh,Thomas
S. Trail of Harrisburg, R. K. Boore of
Wilkesbarre, H. C. Pomeroy and A. A.
Jones of Buffalo, G. I. Bell and F. A.
McNair of Chicago, A. C. Koch and D. J.
Jay of Milwaukee, E. T. Halsapple of
Troy, J. P. Harris of Cleveland, W. A.
Witt, D. E. Rich and Herbert Warwick
of Norfolk, R. N. Page of Biscoe, L. S.
Christian and C. D. Rigsbee of Durham.
GUESTS AT THE CAROLINA
Gathered at The Carolina are Dr. and
Mrs. David Gregg, Miss Gregg, Mr. and
Mrs. David Gregg, Jr., and Master Gregg,
Mr. A. F. Brombacher and Mr. 11. A.
Balfe of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Yenawine, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. McVickar,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dreyfus, Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Southworth, Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. George II.
Souther and Mr. J. William Souther, Mr.
and Mrs. George T. Dunlap, Messrs. Stuy
vesant LeRoy, J. E. Kerrigan, V. C.
Daggett, O. J. Barrett, R. S. Hathorne,
W. II. Ilolbrook, II. F. Hatch, Mrs.
Lewis A. Stout, Mrs. Fisher and Mr.
Eugene Jones, Mr. II. V. Seggerman and
Miss Martha Seggerman, all of New York.
Messrs. Daniel Good, J. S. Holmes,
L. P. Graves, S. D. Barlow, II. II. Littell,
J. A. MacLoud, Allen A. Jones, E. R.
Smith and W. P. Trible, all of Buffalo,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Woodward and child,
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Woods, John B.
Bowen, H. I. Brown, H. W. Brown, all
of Philadelphia, Mrs. A. G. Olmstead of
Condersport, Mr. J. W. Nelson of
Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wilkerson,
Messrs. B. G. Wilkerson, R. C. Steese,
H. II. Stambaugh and Richard Garlick
of Youngstown, Mr. and Mrs. II. p.
Ritchie of St. Paul, Mr. R. L. Ireland of
Cleveland, Messrs. II. D. Wattley and
A. A. Stagg of Chicago, J. R. Goodall of
St. Louis ; i
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. B. Close and Miss
Elizabeth Close of Cranford, Mr. James
Barber of Englewood, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Grymes and Miss Grymes of East
Orange, G. W. Johnson of Hackensack,
Messrs. C. L. Becker and Frank II. Rand
of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moran and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Beekman of Providence,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Johnson of Brook
line, R. II. Hunt of Worcester, Mr. Julian
L. d'Este of Salem, Rev. J. II. Stapleton
of Norwich, Mr. W. L. Baldwin of Stam
ford, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Clemson and
Mrs. W. E. Frost of Middleton, Mrs. J.
P. Massie and Miss Katherine Jones of
Red Stone, West Va.
Late arrivals include: Mr. and Mrs.
A. McM. Welch, Messrs. A. M. Gillan,
II. M. Adams, J. II. Ottley, C. A. Blyth,
Miss 0. A. Dukes, all of New York; Mr.
T. B. Brown of Brooklyn, Mrs. Edward
Statler of Lyons, Messrs. John W. Tay
lor of Cleveland, D. N. Worthington and
E. B. Wicks of Salt Lake City, C. W.
Smith and Dr. Linton Smith of Wilming
ton, Mr. and Mrs George R. Wilkerson
of Sedalia, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Rice of Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas W. Cunningham of Marquette,
Mich., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kilbourne of
Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Millner
At Pine Crent Inn
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Otis, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Vande water and her son, Percy C.
Vandewater, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Newton,
Messrs. O. B. Wickham, F. S. Pusey and
Miss Bertha Skidmore of New York,
Messrs. M. II. Clement of Brooklyn, T.
M. Sherwood of Medina, C. S. Campbell
of Montreal, T. W. Bennett of Pitts
burgh, Robert MacDonald of Sherbrook,
E, B. Cochrane of North Hatley, Mrs.
M. L. Metcalfe, Miss Eleanor Metcalfe
and Miss M. G. Lewis of Chilicothe, Mr.
and Mrs. George P. Langdon of South
ington, Mrs. J. G. Singer of Toronto,
Mrs. P. L. Avery of Seneca Falls, Mrs.
Harry Bennett of Brookline, Miss
Antoinette Dickinson of Buffalo, are
at Pine Crest Inn.
At The liexlng-ton
Messrs. S. A. Ilennessee of Ossining,
E. J. Beane of Poland, F. B. Watters of
Worcester, Joseph F. Somers of Hart
ford, Charles Leopold of Newark, J. C.
Hendrix of New York, C. C. Jones of
Springfield, Edward L. Bailey of Boston,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Coblen of Middle
town, Mrs. A. G. Cochrane and Miss
Juliet Porter of Washington are at The