jlM) THE PINEHURST OUTLOOKj
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On April 13, 19 1 6
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Your professional will have it.
Your sporting goods dealer, also.
The ball of long distance
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WHAT'S DOING AT THE CAROLINA THEATKli!
Jesse L. Laskey presents The Metropolitan Opera Star
GERALDINE FARRAR in "TEMPTATION"
Famous artist who created a sensation in the picture version of "Carmen" enacts role of
Great Opera Singer. Depicts life and true incidents behind the scenes of
a Great Opera Company.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 8.15 p. m.
Pathe Presents The National Favorite
In America's most popular old play
A play that is as well and popularly known
to American theatre goers as "The Old
Homestead" or "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
"WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9. 8.15 P. M.
At the Carolina
P. J. Torchiana, Philadelphia;' S.
Cerstner, French Lick Springs, Ind.;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cribelily, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. K. White and
daughter, New York; Mrs. Babcock, New
York; J. H. Patterson and wife, Balti
more; Mrs. E. B. Hayward, Baltimore;
T. S. Fuller, New York; R. S. Morse,
Rochester; Charles F. Bacon, Boston;
Mr. and Mrs. T. Garnett Tobb, Rich
mond; C. M. Davison, Richmond; J. Bar
ber, Englewood, N. J. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Clarke, Ehnyra, N. Y.; D. H. Bishop,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Calsad, New
York; V. Chapin Daggett, G. T. Daggett,
New York; Mary V. Healy, Chicago;
Alice Ryan; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Friend,
Boston; John P. Marston, Boston;
Warren Manning, W. Harold Manning,
Boston; Miss Leona Carter, Brooklyn;
Miss K. C. Baldwin, Brooklyn; Mr. and
Mrs. James L. Dillon, Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Hause and Miss Mary
Hause, Philadelphia; T. S. Fuller, New
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS
lace, Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Bigelow, Miss D. Bigelow, New York;
Governor Brumbaugh of Pennsylvania
and Mrs. Brumbaugh; L. C. Brogden,
Raleigh; Basie Durant, New York; O.
L. Dorch and wife, Elizabeth, N. C.j
J. Eldridge, Boston; T. C. Fogel, New
York; Miss A. Gray, Nashville, Tenn.;
Horace Hays, Pittsburgh; I. B. Hitch -ings,
Boston; E. S. Montgomery, Pitts
burgh; S. C. Milligan, Pittsburgh; Mrs.
G. H. Myers, Washington, D. C.j N. B.
Richardson, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Rogers, New York; Mrs. L. Swain,
Pompet, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Treadway, Bristol, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Williams, Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry M. Wells, Brooklyn; Miss
M. G. Zerbe, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs.
F. R. Russell, New York.
At the Ilollr Inn
Rev. Malcolm J. MacLeod, New York;
Mr. W. W. Windle, Milbury, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Gold, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Gold, High Point and Greens
boro, N. C; Mrs. 0. A. Blackburn,
Pittsburgh; Mr. E. B. Richardson, Mr.
J. C. Richardson, Dr. H. P. Hall, Mr. R.
THROCKMORTON AND JONES IN FI NALS OF MIDWINTER TOURNAMENT
Daniel Frohman Presents the Irresistable'
In an exquisite picturization of the celebrated
" MICE AND MEN"
A delightful Southern Story in which Miss
Clark appears to splendid advantage
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 8.15 P. m.
York; Miss K. C. S. Waldron, Brooklyn;
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Dolyn, Boston; Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Decher, Springfield,
Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs. Thurber C. Adams,
Boston; F. A. Baker and wife, Dr. J. S.
Brown, Montclair, N. J.; J. A. Black
and wife, Miss D. Black, Wheeling, W.
Va.; Jno. V. Beekman and wife, Plain
field, N. J.; E. S. Booth, New York;
William R. Camp, Raleigh, N. C; Har
vey Fligurson, Washington, D. C; A. B.
Keen, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. McGee, New York; Mrs. J. Parker,
New York; Lucille Pugh,. New York;
Miss Smith, New York, Miss M. Stam
ford, Charlotte, N. C; J. L. C. Ulrich,
Philadelphia; Philip H. Wright, Phila
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Ward,
Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Buchanan,
II. B. Harper, Toledo, 0.; J. W. Hub
bard, Miss Hubbard, Miss L. B. Hub
bard, New York; W. D. Johnson, Brook
lyn; A. F. Levinson, New York; Dr. A.
W. Miller and wife, Lancaster, Pa.;
Miss P. C. Myers, Washington; John F.
Neary, Wilmington, Del.; William Wal-
W. Robbins, Leominster, Mass.; Mr. W.
W. Gile, New York; Mr. F. C. Ogden,
Mr. L. P. Goodspeed, Mr. C. A. Good-
speed, Mr. William Elliott, Mr. W. A.
Kipp, Mr. A. B. Savage, Rutherford, N.
J.; Mr. C. L. Cameron, Newark, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Keely, Philadel
phia; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ebberts, Buf
falo; Mr. W. L. Johnson, Boston; Mr.
George Upton, Salem, Mass; Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Baker, New York; Mr. E. E.
Wadbrook, Mr. R. L. Chamberlaine,
Englewood, N. J.; Dr. James M. Kent,
New York; Mr. Samuel G. Davidson,
Bethany, Conn.; Mr. I. R. Prentiss,
Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rack
ham, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Prentiss, Elyria, 0.; Mr. Carl H. Ander
son, New York; Mr. C. A. Lingerfelter,
Bucyrus, O.; Mrs. Anna E. Wooster,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Heath, Summit,
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Paxton,
Washington, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. William
P. Paxton, Montclair, N. J.; Mr. F. G.
Macomber, Jr., Boston, Mass.; Miss
Helen R. Robinson, Denver, Colo.
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