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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL III THE SOUTH
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If Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Turkish and Roman
Baths. Every comfort for the tourist, every convenience for the traveling man.
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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DANCED, INSTEAD, THE TANGO! 1
Under MuIc' Subtle Spell Captured
ilAfimei to Plar "Wait!"
A MOONLIGHT 'pos
sum hunt was a novelty
which claimed the at
tention of the youuger
set early in the week,
Master of Fox Hounds
Twitty, Huntsman Nat
and Adjutant A. A.
Stagg leading the party
a merry romp. " Done seed aere stocks
over bey ant der dairy," was Uncle Nat's
confident assurance as the group started
out, but the section designated provided
f fruitless search. Swinging to the right,
however, a trail was struck near Linden,
and not long after the object of the chase
Then Uncle Nat told, much to the dis
comfort of one member of the party, how
lire'er 'Possum lost his brush in a con
troversy with Sir Reynard. Enjoying
the hunt were Messrs. Dreyfus, Souther,
Jones and Holmes, Mrs. Stalterand Miss
Grymes. If For the immediate future
several moonlight rides and a fox chase
ElttllTY HHS THE PltlXES
C. IB. lIndMon and P. It. Xifflitlioiirn
First in Tin Whistle Handicap
Eighty and a tie between C. B. Hud
son of New Suffolk, whose handicap
proved that thirteen h not an "unlucky"
number, and P. L. Lightbourn of Ber-
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"refused to play 'daid' as petc expectation"
was located some three feet beneath a
This condition of affairs was somewhat
unexpected, as an axe had been brought
to chop down the tree up which Mr.
'Possum was scheduled to climb. A
spade, however, was secured, and before
long the bright eyes of quarry were
seen reflecting the lantern light across
his furry back, f " Oh, what a beauti
ful brush !" gasped a tenderfoot whose
ensuing chagrin made the captured 'pos
sum a hero ! f A half hour's rest and
story telling around a roaring bonfire
preceded the return to The Carolina lobby
where Marse 'Possum positively refused
to play " daid " as per expectation, but
danced, instead, the tango to the distant
strains of Behr's orchestra.
muda, who deducted fifteen, captured
the prizes in Monday's Tin Whistle
handicap. 11. II. Hunt of Worcester
(14) and T. L. Kedfield of Greenwich
(36) were next in line with eighty-two
and eighty-four. 1 Other scores were :
C. L. Becker, 92686 ; J. B. Bowen,
1112487; l?ev. T. A. Cheatham,
981187; F. C. Abbe, 1132687;
G. T. Dunlap, 1041589; Col. It. A.
Swigert, 1102090; II. A. Waldron,
1041490; II. M. Adams, 100 9-91 ;
It. S. Hawthorne, 1081692; A. A.
Stagg, 98692; II. W. Ormsbee, 109
1792; James Barber, 1172493;
J. D. C. ltumsey, 1111794; J. It.
Goodall, 1101694; It. C. Shannon,
II, 1081395 ; David Gregg, Jr., 112
1696 ; W. L. Hurd, 1141797.