The golf ball that has won 30
championships in the last four years,
including the last four open cham
pionships of Great Britain.
On April 13, 1916
the Silver King will be on sale in
the United States. Sole national
distributor, The John Wanamaker
Stores, New York and Philadelphia.
Your professional will have it.
Your sporting goods dealer, also.
The ball of long distance
The ball that flies true
The ball that holds its paint
75c each; $9 dozen
New York and Philadelphia
HEIGHT OF Til IS NE4MKY
Gathering- of Guests at tbe Hotels
ami the Opening- of the Berkshire
At the Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chapin, Springfield,
Mass. ; Philip Cabot, Warren H. Manning,
W. Harold Manning, Boston; H. A. J.
Watkins, New York; Miss Elizabeth
Sands, Austin H. Sands, Newport, E. I.;
H. Grange Genther, Baltimore, Md.; H.
Hole, Jr., New York; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Fred Goss, W. Herbert Sweet, Providence,
R. I. ; Mr. Thomas H. H. Nickerson, Bos
ton; J. G. Throp, Cambridge, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick W. Smith, Cleveland,
0.; James Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
H. Grovener, Washington, D C; Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Haines, New York; Miss
Ella H. Lurkin, Chicago, 111.; Miss
Houreson, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
James Clevaul, Great Neck, L. I.; Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Slade, Miss 0. Slade,
Manraroneek, N. Y.; Mr. H. A. Throck
morton,1 Elizabeth, N. J.; J. C. Edward,
G. G. McMurty, Jr., New York; Stuart
Patterson, Plainfield, N. Y.; Mr. J. Y.
Hull, Mrs. W. T. Ward, Charles F. Cos
sum, Poughkeepsie N. Y.; F. W. Kitt
ridge, W. M. Wood, Jr., Boston; Charles
B. Grady, West Orange, N. J.; Miss
Gertrude Thurston, Miss Cornelia F. Car
sins, Miss A. Weber, Brooklyn; A. W.
Swift, East Orange, N. J.;
Dr. T. Fogarty, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
S. C. Hall, E. S. Elasser, Toronto; Mrs.
J. F. Jordan, Greensboro, N. C; Mrs.
Tench C. Coxe, Mrs. D. C. Waddel, Jr.,
Ashville, N. C; W. J. Dillon, Southern
Pines, N. C; F. Michael, Belmont,
N. C; Melville Bell Grovenior, Wash
ington, D. C. ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul E.
DeFere, Masters Paul and Robert DeFere,
New York; Proctor Wallace Nichols, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward E. Nichols, Maniton;
Mrs. Y. B. Loring, Miss Louise Loring,
Washington, D. C; Mr. and Mrs. P.
Fleming, New York; W. L. Harding,
Boston ; J. D. E. Jones, Providence, R. I. ;
Fred A. Otis, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. R.
H. Jeffrey, R. K. Jeffrey, Joseph A. Jef
frey, Columbus, 0.; T. N. Metcalf, Brew
ster, Md. ; C. E. Barlser, New York ; John
Hall Jones, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
David F. Tuttle, David F. Tuttle, Jr.,
Briarcliff, Manor; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Johnson, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sel
wyn B. Waters and child, New York;
Gordon B. Tevis, San Francisco, Cal.;
Mrs. R. W. Sloan, New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Sueaver, M. A. Starrett, New
York; F. Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. William
W. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ham,
Chicago ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Brown
ell, Providence, R. I.; H. Fayen, Mont
clair, N. J.; E. D. Glauser, L. Holland,
Fayetteville, N. C; N. A. Howard, Pied
mont, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Nichol
son, New Bedford, Mass.; H. Enos Rum-
sey, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. Louis Busta
noby Mr. Bustanoby, New York.
At the II oil j Inn
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Smith,
Cleveland, 0. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bragg,
Washington, D. C; Mr. M. J. Rogan,
Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Miller, Hagerstown, Mr. ; Mr. J. S. Ward
well, Mr. Samuel Wardwell, Rome, N. Y. ;
Mr. and Mrs.. Isaac Adler, Rochester, N.
Y.; Mr. F. J. Moriarty, Mr. G. W. Mail
man Boston, Mass. ; Mr. Robert H. Hunt,
Worcester, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Greist, Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Sperry, Mr.
B. B. Lunn, New Haven, Conn.; Mr. How
ard J. Barnet, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert G. Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Tull, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr.
Daniel P. Sullivan, Boston, Mass,; Mrs.
J. F. Kelly, Miss H. C. Kelly, Butte,
Montana; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Russell,
At the Berkshire
The Berkshire Hotel opened last week
with an inrush of visitors including a
large number of gunners taking part in
the Midwinter Handicap. Foremost
among the guests is our old friend, Col.
John W. Vroomon. He has been a wel
come figure in the Carolinas ever since in
the disguise of an invader he participated
in he attack on Fort Fisher. He is Past
Grand Master of the New York Masons,
and recently at a metting of the Grand
Lodge of North Carolina discovered that
the Past Grand Master of North Carolina,
Sam Smith, was opposed, to him in
Others registered there during the
week are : D. H. Willey, Dansville, N. Y. ;
Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Morris, New Yrk; Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Loring, Boston, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Page, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Emery and daughter,
Everett, Mass.; H. J. Curtis, Stratford,
Conn. ; A. G. Green, Hot Springs, Va. ;
Willis H. Lyon, R. D. Cate, Bridgport,
Conn.; B. R. Gatlin, Ralford, N. C; N.
L. Henderson, Ralford, N. C; C. L.
Sipe, Pittsburgh, Pa.; W. H. Whyte,
Columbus, S. C.;H. Granger Gaiher, Bal
timore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wag
ner, Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Vrooman, Herkimer, N. Y.; Charles S.
Patten; Boston, Mass.; Frank S. Sample,
Boston, Mass.; Lathrop Bartow, New
York; Mrs. J. R. Rae, Brookline, Mass.;
W. W. Shedden, George Bridges, New
York ; Thomas R. Williams, Broklyn, New
York; R. Chay, Oil City, Pa.; Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Kleinhause, Jersey City, N. J. ;
Robert Smith, Jackson, Tenn.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Armstrong and child, Buffalo,
N. Y.; Wm. Vanneman, Charlotte, N. C.
At the Pine Crest
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Castle, Canas
tola, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DeMott,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gallop, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Gallop, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hyde,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Mills, Mrs. C. E.
Mills, all of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. E. Weir,
Jamesport, L. I.; W. H. Thatcher, Swath
more, Pa.; Miss Ella G. Berges, Cattaran
gus, N. Y.; H. H. Buckley, New York;
Mrs. Mary M. Serwin, Warwick, N. Y.;
Miss Elizabeth Bason, Red Springs;
Miss Emma Taylor, Mrs. C. M. Fletcher,
Canaan Va.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van
Zandt, Rochester, N. Y.
Air. II. C. FoHiif
With Mrs. Fownes, his mother, and Mrs.
Clark have settled for the season in their
mansion on Village Green East.
is the name by which Mrs. M. B. Johnson
has christened the new Colonial dwelling
into which the Johnsons moved last week.