North Carolina Newspapers

    11 LiS'THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK WlM JM
ley C. Brennaa of "Worcester joins Mr.
and Mrs. J. ft. .Franks.
The golfing contingent includes Messrs.
E. L. Keyes, L. A. Stimson, Lincoln Good
man, W. J. Sparks and E. Kuttroff all of
New York, G. E. Potts and T. W. Lloyd
of Short Hills, W. E. Frizzell of Dunkirk,
R. F. Jackson, C. B. Hellmann and C. G.
Redder of Baltimore, Messrs. B. H.
Wright and Robert H. Hunt of Worcester,
F. P. Lee of Milford, T. B. Webster of
Providence and S. C. Prentiss of Elyria.
Miss A. M. Kelly of New York joins her
mother and brother who are here on a
visit, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Market of
Syracuse comes for a short sojourn.
If Messrs. R. Nixon Howell of Hackensack
and G. N. Spalding of Oradell, N. J., are
here for golf, and Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
Wick of Cleveland come for the week.
If Mr. and Mrs. "Wyant of New Haven,
Mrs. "W. Schneider and child of Bridge
port and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Macdonald
of Peabody, Mass., will all remain
some time.
At Tim Ijvxlng-ton
The household , at The Lexington is a
goodly one, many of those who came for
the Midwinter Handicap lingering to
enjoy Pinehurst 's attractions. A pleas
ant feature of the week was a orchestral
concert by Director Behr's orchestra on
Sunday afternoon. TfLate arrivals in
clude: Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stimson of
Boston, who will remain until spring;
Messrs. J. S. Cox of Raleigh, C. M. Allen
of New York, George P. Jones of Wil
mington and W. H. Severance of Port
land. If Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hachard
and Miss B. M. Gorman of New York and
Messrs. George Clough and J. W. Higgins
of London and Watford, England, spent
Tuesday here.
At Tli JtarkNhlrtt
The first of the usual card parties at
The Berkshire is announced for the com
ing week. TfLate arrivals include Rev.
and Mrs. C. II. Lay of Oil City, who
return for their annual visit, and Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Vrooman of New York,
who will make a long sojourn. If Mr and
Mrs. C. W. Jones of Plainville and Mrs.
Rachel Chess and Miss Grace Chess of
Pittburgh are here for their first visit.
Iinliui-t In Nome City!
Harry A. Lewis of Bethlehem, N. H.,
one of the town's "live wires,' ' spent a
portion of the week here looking into
business prospects. "Pinehurst is some
city ! ' ' was his terse comment.
WUy Ifot Southern Pines?
Where to go? 1fWhy not Southern
Pines ! Dinner and dance at The High
land Pines Inn, or an evening at the
Princess, Manager Picquet's all-star mov
ing picture theatre. If Fifteen minutes
by motor.
lfou Ouvst of the Swig-erta
Miss M. S. Rice of Boston is the house
guest of Colonel and Mrs. R. A. Swigert
at The Waldheim.
Alex, Shoot Seventy-two
Alexander Ross records a seventy-two
for the season's record on No. 2 course.
BLANCKE AND BOYD LEAD
(Concluded from page one)
McDonald, 38; P. L. Lightbourn, 30.
Eighth trio W. L. Hurd, 43; Rev.
T. A. Cheatham, 41; Robert Hunter, 24.
Ninth trio G. C. Dutton, 55; H. O.
Smith, 36; C. W. Middleton, 17.
Won tie.
SECOND ROUND
First trio Boyd, 54 Pratt, 47; Dr.
Marr, 7.
Second trio Robinson, 48; Dunlap,
30; Ormsbee, 30.
Third trio Dutton, 48; Hurd, 32;
Becker, 28.
Final Boyd beat Robinson, 3 and 2;
Dutton defaulted.
lOVIXG riCTHIEN 1 LUXE
Plneburst Theatre Announced All
Star Midneafton Attraction
The Pinehurst Theatre announces movr
ing pictures de luxe for the immediate
future; famous Selig and Paramount
reels. Interest will dobutless center in
the war pictures scheduled for Tuesday
evening, February 23rd, five reels in all
including battle scenes, cavalry charges,
infantry tactics, siege guns, dog batteries,
African troops, bombardments, ruined
cities, hospital views, recruiting scenes,
army camps and drilling; thrilling, vivid
and entirely authentic films suggestive of
the great European struggle.
Other star attractions include: The
Bishop's Carriage, February 3; Heart's
Adrift, February 10; Pride of Jennico,
February 17; The Man on the Box, Feb
ruary 24; Brewster's Millions, March 3;
Tess of the Storm Country, March 10;
Soldiers of Fortune, March 17; Call of
the North, March 24; and John Barley
corn, March 31. If It will be noted that
these pictures are all on Wednesdays, and
for them the admission will be
twenty-five cents.
Truesdell, Marr, anil Alley
W. E. Truesdell of Brooklyn, Dr.
Myron W. Marr of Woodland, and A.
Bryan Alley of Larchmont, were the
trophy winners in Monday's selected
score Tin Whistles Handicap. Truesdell
made forty-two playing with a handicap
of eight, Marr recorded forty-five with an
allowance of fourteen, and Alley forty
two but aided by twenty-six strokes.
Nearly fifty members participated, the
list including: Becker, Aborn, Boyd,
Hudson, Cheatham, Clark, Hunter, LeRoy,
Robeson, Maclaughlin, Clapp, Foot and
Whittemore, in Class A; Shannon, Mc
Donald, Toppin, Milliken, Nicholson,
Towle, Rumsey, Buckley, Hunt, Light
bourn, Dunlap and Howard in Class B;
Ormsbee, Middleton, Robinson, Abbe,
Pratt, Swigert, Newton, Blancke, John
son, White, Hurd, Lay and Rackham
in Class C.
Gilt Edge .Preferred
Real estate's a fairly sure investment.
Pinehurst cottage lesees find their houses
eight and twelve per cent dividend payers.
Don't take my word for it'; ask the man
who 's got the ' ' figgers ! ' '
THE CAROLINA
Season: November 20 to April 10
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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. This past summer a seventy room addition has been made, of these
over sixty are bed rooms .with the same number of private baths. There are also
sixteen sleeping porches in this addition.
The house contains every modern comfort and convenience, including elevator,
telephone in every room, sun rooms, steam heat night and day, electric lights, pure
water, and a perfect sanitary system of sewerage and plumbing. The cuisine and
table service are unsurpassed. Capacity 500. Music hall and excellent orchestra.
H. W. PRIEST, Manager, Pinehurst, N. C.
HOTEL WENTWORTH
NEW CASTLE PORTSMOUTH N. H.
The Leading New England Coast Summer Resort.
Every facility for sport and recreation: Golf, tennis, riding, driving, yachting, fishing, bathing
and well equipped garage under competent supervision. Fine livery. Music by smyphony
players. Accommodates 500. Local and long distance telephone in every room.
Send today for illustrated booklet.
Wentworth Hotel Co., H. W. Priest, Manager
Address Until May 1, The Carolina. Pinehurst, N. C.
BRETTON
WOODS
IN THE HEART OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Improved Golf Course Full 6,450 yards
TIIR MOUNT RLltirT
Ralph J. HERKIMER
TUB MOUNT W4iUI!lTUll
D. J. TRUDEAU
Winter: Hotel Ormond
Oemond Beach, Fla.
Information at 243 Fifth Ave., New York, and all of Mr. Foster's offices
6r BRETTON WOODS SADDLE AND DRIVING HORSES AT ORMOND THIS WINTER
1ft saves letter writing!
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