THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL IN THE SOUTH
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New 18-Holc Golf Course of The Country Club of Virginia Nearby
f Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Turkish and Roman
Baths. Every comfort for the tourist, every convenience for the traveling man.
If 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,
f For handsomely illustrated booklet and reservations, address
THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Virginia
O. F. WEISIGER, Manager
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Scores Run Close in Monday's Four
Ball Tin Whistle Oolf Handicap
G. T. DUNLAP of New
York and T. B. Boyd of
St. Louis, playing with
a gross handicap of
twenty-four, were first
with a net of one hun
dred and sixty-six in
Monday's four-ball Tin
Whistle handicap. One
hundred and sixty-eight landed C. B.
Hudson of New Suffolk and A. A. Stagg
of Chicago (17) and J. D. C. Rumsey of
Brooklyn and C. L. Becker of Boston
(23) in a tie for second. 1The scores :
A niSEMUKST GATHERS
(Concluded from page one)
Mr. S. P. Breck of New York joins
friends for the Holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. CM. Edwards of Ottawa
are here for January.
Mr. and Mrs. John Macksey and Miss
Macksey of Boston spent a portion of the
Messrs. E. B. Lyon and J. E. Stagg of
Durham were recent visitors.
Mrs. Frank H. Wyeth and Miss Horner
of Philadelphia and Miss M. B. Kirby of
Stanton, Va., come for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Canfield of Bridge
port are delighted with their first im
pressions of Pinehurst.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Petrie of New York
return for a long stay.
Mr. F. B. Dudley of Pittsburgh is here
for golf and the Holiday tourney.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baker and Miss
Baker of Cleveland return after an ab
sence of several years.
Mr. William A. Barber and his son,
William A. Barber, Jr., of New York,
return for the Holidays.
Mr. George R. Bunker and his son
Ellsworth Bunker of Yonkers, are again
here for golf.
Mrs. H. C. Wilson and Mr. Henry D.
Wilson of New York are late arrivals.
Dr. T. D. Myers of Philadelphia re
turns for the shooting.
Mr. J. D. Gallagher of Glen Ridge is
here for the second visit of the season.
Mrs. Robert C. H. Brock and Miss Alice
Gibson Brock of Philadelphia will re
main some time.
Mr. David Gregg of Boston joins Uev.
Dr. and Mrs. Gregg.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. McCreery of
New York return for their usual visit.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barr of Brooklyn
are here for the month.
Mr. Thomas Clark of Spokane is spend
ing the week here.
Mr. Russell G. Harper of New York
rejoins the golfers.
Mr. II. G. White of Itidgewood is wel
Mrs. C. W. Gates of Pasadena, Miss G.
Gates of Princeton and Mr. Carl Gates of
Mr. James T. Barrett of Lawrenceville
Mr. J. T. McCaddon of New York, Mr.
J. T. McCaddon, Jr., and Master Stanley
G. McCaddon of Wayne come for their
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jones and
Master Jones of Red Stone, W. Va., join
Mrs. J. P. Massie.
Mr. George Y, Monrose of New York
is here for the Holidays.
Mr. I. N. W. James of New York joins
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Bassett and Miss
Frances J. Bassett of Taunton are again
here for the Holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson of Spring
haven are welcomed back for their usual
At Pine Crest Inn
Mr. J. B. Bacon of Brooklyn is here
for fi fortnight.
Mr. James T. Pratt, Miss Janet Pratt
and Miss Anna Davis of Brooklyn will
remain some time.
Mrs. L. D. Sherwood of Medina, N. Y.,
joins Mr. Sherwood.
Mr. Louis Graves of New York is
spending the week here.
Miss Mabelle Bliss of Winston-Salem
is spending the holidays with her mother.
Guests at The lexlng-ton
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Cullen of
New York are spending January at The
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Peacock of Cin
Mr. Mason Bailey of Philadelphia
comes for a long sojourn.
Mr. E. J. Skelley of Newark will re
main until April.
Cuests at The Magnolia
Mr. J. E. Kellogg of Fitchburg is wel
comed at The Magnolia.
Mr. John R. Towle of Chicago returns
Sportsmen's IV-uias Hmmbran('
Many fine bags of quail are rewarding
the sportsmen, who are very generously
distributing them among their friends.
I "Baked or broiled?" queries the chef.
"Either way, thank you; we dine at
seven ! "