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George H. Sheldon
Dead in Hlinois as
Result of Aeeident
Prominent Politician and
Financier Was Treasurer
of Kepubliran INatioual
Com mittee in 1908
lnjuries sustained a week ngo, when
he was crushed between a atring o\
eavs and :i wall of' coal in a mine neai
Carbondate. li'., caused the death there
yesterday of Georgo R. Sheldon, brok?
er, bankcr and former treasurer of tho
Republican National Committee.
Mr. Shcldon's brother aml business
partner, William C. Sheldon, nml his
two daughters, Mrs. Daniel Murphy aml
Mrs. Richard Whitney. were with him
when he died.
A message received from William C.
Sheldon here yesterday announced thc
death, and stated that the family party
would leave Carbondale nt. once for
New York. arriving sonio time Thurs?
day.
\\ as Rom in Brooklyn
Mr. Sheldon was horn it; Brooklyn
April 16, 1857, and was married in 1881
to Miss Mary Sency, who died in 1903.
T-'rom the time cf his graduation from
Harvard with a degree ot' A. B. in 1879
until his death he was interested in
finance and politics. in business he
deveioped until he became engaged in
some of the gigantic financing opera?
tions that characterized the period fol?
lowing the first election of McKinley
a fact which cost him the lieutenant
governorship of New Vork. A close
friend always of the former Republi?
can "boss," Thomas C. Platt, he was
slated as the running male of Ben?
jamin B. Odell, and Mr. Platt was de?
termined ;it tlie time to overriue tho
fears of associates on account of the
attaeks made by various sections of -.' ?
press. in what was then tlie heiijht of
the "trust-busl ing" and "muck-rackii g"
era, but Mr. Sheldon solved the diffi
culty hy withdrawing before the con?
vention opened and the place wen to
Frank Higcins, who succeeded Odell as
Governor. One of the chief grounds of
attack was tlie assertion that he had
profited largely from Charles W.
Morso's ice trus .
Was Campaign Leader
In the campaiprns of L900 and 1904,
Mr. Sheldon was associated with (.'or
George K. Sheldon
nehus \'. Bliss in the handling of the
national campaign funds.
On the recommendation of Mr. Bliss
hc was made treasurer in 1908. In lOtl
he excitod the interest of the entire
country by making public correspond?
ence that proved the falsehood of the
oft reneaied statement that Theodore
Roosevell in the campaign of 1904 so
licited and obtained from E. II. Har
rimana campaign contribution of $240,
000. Mr. Sheldon showed that this
fund had been used only in New York,
and that the Roosevelt campaign re?
ceived no benefit from it.
Wide Business Interests
Mr. Sheldon was president of the
Union League Club from 1<?07 to 1911.
lle was also a memher of the New York
Yacht Club, the Metropolitan, Brook,
Harvard, l'nion, Racquet and Tennis
clubs.
His business interests were of wide
range. ln addition to coal mining, in
connection with which he made the
trip that resulted in his death, he was
interested in various public utilities
and large enterprises of various sorts '
At the time of his death he was treas
urer-chairman of the hoard of the
North American Company; chairman of
lhe executive committee and treasurer!
of the Milwaukee Electric Railway & ;
Light Company; president of the Elec-!
tric Securities Company, treasurer and!
director of the Detroit Edison Com?
pany, director of the American Loco-'
motive Company, the Bethlehem Steel
Corporation. the Mechanics and Metals
Xational Bank, the l'nion Electric!
Light Company of St. Louis, the Cin
cin.iati Northern Railway Company.'
the West Kentucky Coal Company and i
the Wisconsin ("ompany.
Members of the brokerage firm of'
William C. Sheldon & Co. stated that
no arrangemcnts had been made for I
the funeral and that none would bei
made until Mr. Sheldon's brother was
heard from again.
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Herbert A. Sherman,
Real Ivstale Man, Dead
Born in This City .">."> Years Ago,
i!<> Was Descciidant of
Roger Sherman
Herbert Augustus Sherman, real es?
tate broker, appraiser and auctioneer, |
with offices at 20 Nassau Street, died
: yesterday at his home, .]i East Forty-1
I first Street, following an illness of sev
] eral months. He was fifty-five years
j old.
Mr. Sherman was born in this city.
| Ue was a son of tho late Edward Stand
I ish and Catherine Augusta Sherman
j and ;i direct descendant of Rop;er Sher
j man, signer of the Declaration of Inde
I pendence. lle went into the real estate
I business in 1899.
Mr. Sheiman was a life member of
; the New York Yacht Ciub. Ho had
many trophies which he had won in
; races on Long Island Sound. He was
? also a member of the l'nion. thi- Apa
i wamis and Union League clubs. lie
leaves a wife, who was Miss Anna!
i White, daughter of the late John E.
i White; three daughters, Mrs. Edward
Verp'tanck and Missos Elizabeth and'
Anna Sherman; and two sons. Lieuten?
ant Roger and Lieutenant Herbert A.'
Sherman, Jr., U. S. A.
Funeral serviees will be held in
j Christ Church, Rye, N. Y., Thursday'
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
-'
MRS. 0. A. YOUNGREN
Mrs. Hei fred Wahlstrom Younjrrcn, I
wife of Oscar A. Youngrcn, is dead of
pneumonia at her home, 600 West 197>d
Street. Mrs. Youngren was born in
Sweden and had been married less than'
a year.
Obituary \
Shelley Hull, Aetor,
Dies of Pneumonia
"Under Orders" Closed at lhe
Ellinge Theatre Last Thursday
Because of His Illness
Shelley Ih,]), until recently in "Un?
der Orders," which has been playing
all season at the Eltinge Theatre, died
of pneumonia last night after an ? II
:ks.; ?f less than a week. The engagc
ment of "Under Orders" was closed last
I nursday on ; cci unt of his illites s.
dr. Iluli w as born in Loui iville, Ky.
Refori ath ; ; ng tho stage as a r,ro
:_'~ '?'??'? : ? ' ?? dr .- ititic critic of "Thc
!-< -:??'? ? <-? ( ourier-Journal." His stage
ci but \v . n adi in Tt rre Haut, , [nd., in
I -'" !? as a ii:-.n,l,i r of ? hc chorua in a
''I Ioradora" comi any. From I90o I o
1''"' 'ie was in the suppoiting com?
pany of Henrictta Crosman in "Sweet
Kitty Bellairs." lie spent the season
' I -"?"--'>':' in vaudeville as Icadiny man
with \ irgjnia Harned in the "Idol of
thi Hour."
Mr. 1! i I '.? ruccess 'I'i.- season in
"1 nder Orders," in v. hich !.,. and Miss
Lffie Shannon played all (he part-.
niarked thc high point. in his career.
Mr. Hull leaves a widow, who was
Miss Josephine Sherwood, to whom he |
was married in Chicago in 1910. He
aleo leaves a brother, Henry Hull, also
an actor. He was a member of the
Players' Club.
THOMAS B. CUMING
The funeral serviees of Thomas B.
Cuming, who was killed when thc
Southwestern Limited rammed the
Wolverino iast Sunday, were held yes?
terday afternoon at thc home of Dan
Fellows Platt in Englewood, N. J. The
place of burial was the Brooksido
Cemetery, and Rev. Fleming James of
St. Paul's Church officiating.
Thomas Cuming was forty-six years!
old when he was killed and was born in |
New York City. When he was still a!
roy his parcnts moved to Rochester,
N Y., where he went to school. Later
hc attended the Stevens Institute :
which he graduated from in 1904.
For many years Cuming was the ?
captain and manager of the Englowood
Field Club baseball team.
Cuming was married to Miss Flora
Rliss, who died about two years ago,
;:nd had no survlving - 7 vcipt
Mr. Platt. hi? brother-in-law. < .
waa a member of the firm of Mver
Snissin, manufacturers oi plui
supplies, and was travelling ''? r thc
firm when he met with his death.
FUNERAL OF MONSIGNOR FAY
With a notable gathering of Roman
Catholic prelates. headed by Cardinal
Gibbons, in attendance, requiem mass
for the rcnose of the soul of the late
Monsignor Sigourney \V. Fay was cele
brated yesterday in the Church of Our
Lady o\ Lourdes, 142d Street nnd
Amsterdam Avenue. Cardinal Gib?
bons made the journey lrom Baltimore
especialiy to occupy the pontifical
throne.
Bishop Thomas J. Shahan. of Wash?
ington, D. C, was the cel brant of thc
mass, the deacon was the Rev. R. Watt.
cnai lain in th-j British Army. and the
sub-deaeon the Rev. Edward Deevy of
New York.
' '??'77,7 Gibboi s was attended by
Monsignor !. I homas. of Washington,
'?' 7 ri ii ;n.-:r VV. Sp'.ain, of Roston.
i he mast :- ef c* r? monies was Mon ? ig
aor Thi ma G. Carroll, of St Pat
Cathedral. Assisting in the serviee
'?'??'? Monsignor Joseph 7. Mooney, Ad?
ministrator of the Archciocese (' Xew
York; Monsignoi John 1'. Chidwick,
and othi ; .
The funerai s* rmon was preach< : by
! ''? R' '? George Morri . of Deal ?< ?c-;
who in 190S officialed in tho acceptanc'
ol vou.: Ijy Monsignor Fav, when t'r.e
hatter beeame a convert iu thc Catholic
(hurch.
Vv'lI.LIAM 17 KEE2 E
William R. Keese, former Assistant
Corporation Counsel of New York Citv
and a prominent attorney of Queens,
died Monday at his home, 878(> 115th
Street, Richmond Hill. Uc was fifty
three y* ars old. j
Mr. Koese wa.-; born in the old Fourth
Ward, He was graduated from Colum?
bia Law School, aml shortly afterward
formed a law partnership with John
K. McMullen. Soon after consolidation
no was made Assistant Corporation
Counsel and assigned tn Queens. He
continued in this position until tlu.
Gaynor administration. when he re?
signed. iie was a thirty-second degree
Mason and a member of the Mystic
Shrino and the Royal Arcanum. lle
leaves a wife, a brother aiul a sister.
DR. F. II. HUMPHREYS
Dr. Frederic II. Humphreys, presi-!
dent of the Humphreys Homecepathic j
Medicine Company, died yesterday at
his home in Morristown, N. J. He was
seventy-one year.--. old.
Dr. Humphreys was a descendant ofl
John Humphreys, a member of the ;
Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was a I
frequent exhibitor in the leading horse '
shows of the country. Hc was also a
of rausic and had n large pipe or
e. He was a member
''?? w V. rk Ch i iber of Co>~..
1 ?? ? " iron litan .-;?: i( um of
?V: * -'-';,7 ' " Metropolitan, Drug and
al, Wi- ipp iny i iver, Morris
1 ;' ty ''??'?' an 1 Rumson Country
clubs. Besides his wife. he leaves a
ft:.. Ensign Frederic Parker Hum-J
pRreys, I". s. V. ? -;.>
ir.ces A. HumpTi
daughter, Dr.
JAMES A. ROONEY
James A. Ri c; foi m
visor of complaints in thi i ffic ? ( f the
i'i rough Pri ident of ,": . kiyn and an
oldtimc newspaper mar., died Monday
at Bellevue Hospital . ? - about
to undergo an operatii ?:. H< hi '
.11 since 1915, when lie was stricken
with paralysis. He -. . - . venty-six
years old.
\Ir. Rooney was born in Dublin, Ire
land, and came to Brooklyn when he
was seven years old. He served through
thc Civil War, being discharged with
tho rank of major. After the war he
engaged in newspaper work. He was
pasl comander of McPherspn-Doane
Post, ti. A. R., and was active
Royal Arcanum. He leaves a v.'??
daughters and a son.
Funeral serviees will be held Thurs?
day morning at St. Pancras's Roman
Catholic Church. Mvrtle Avenue and
De Boo Street. Glendalc.
REV. GEORGE H. GRAY
'i .., Rev. George 11. Gray, fii s
tor of thc Vandeveer Park M. E.
| hurt .. of Brooklyn, died, Monday of
cancer. He wa:; sixty-three year- old.
Hc was born in Kingston, N. Y. He
was a member of Cne Xew York Bible
Institute and for ten years was con-:
nected with the Brooklyn City Mis
sions Society. He leaves a son, George
11. Gray, jr. Funeral serviees will be
held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at j
the residence1, 413 East Twenty-eighth |
Street, Flatbush. Interment will bc in I
Mount Olivet Cemetery Friday.
A. J. SAALF1ELD
Word has been received here of thc.
death in Florida last Friday of Arthur
.1. Saalfield, formerly a publisher of
this city. For several years Mr. Saal-1
field's interests had been in Akron,
Ohio, where hc made his home. He was
.?'. one time a member of the old 7th
Regiment, New York National Guard.
REV. FRANK M. CARSON
The Rev. Dr. Frank Martin Carson,
pastor of tho First Presbyterian i
Church, of Greenwich, Conn., died
Monday at his home in that city. He j
was fifty-eight years old. Dr. Carson
came to Greenwich in 191] from Chi- I
cargo. lle leaves a wife, Mrs. Madge
S. Carson, and three daughters. I
Funeral serviees will be held Thursday |
afternoon at _:.',,0 o'clock. at the First
Presbyterian Church in Greenwich.
Mrs. Vincent Astor Serves Food
Free lo Fighters in "Victory Hut'
Recreational Bnildins Dedirated in Battery I'ark?Oflfi?
cial of Young Men's Christian Association Defends
Overseas* Work and Restents ""iNaimiiii:"" of Critirs
Vv ith a log tire blazing in a brick '
fireplace and Mrs. Vincent Astor pre
siding over a nile of shiny new tin
Irays at tho canteen, the Victory Hut
of the Young Men's Christian A.
tion at Battery Park settled down to
business at 5 o'clock yesterday after?
noon.
A hundred pairs of I ? eyes
inspected little Mrs, Astor :rom the
??- of h< r n litary boi ' -: to tho three
gold service stripes on the sleeve of
her gray uniform and the red triangle
i " hi r I luo service hat. She bore the
y with the calm smile of a vet
i ran.
"One drink and one dry" was the
ime for \h'' canteen's open ng
collation. Doughnuts, ham sandwiches
and lemon meringue pio were the
"drics," and there were coffee, tea and
cocoa for the "drink ." Every man in
uniform was served free. and if any
'.'repeated" the "Y folks" didn't seem
to care ;i bit.
Presented t? Army and Navy
The formal exercises of dedicating
lhe li n-* took place at 3:30 o'clock.'
when Harold. I. Pratt, chairman of the
Eastern department nf the war work
council of the Young Men's'Christian
Association, presented the hut to Rear
Admiral Burridge for the navy and
( olonel J. Ci. F. Tillson, acting com
- of the Department of the Fast.
t'or tlie army.
William Sloa'-e Coffin. who has been
ir. charge of Cne Foyers des Soldats
(huts fur French soldiers), made a.
speech in defence of the association.
record ir Frar.ee.
"The Young Men's Christian Asso?
ciation had the toughest job ever pre?
sented to any organization." he said.
"In the great number of its workers. if
some few have been conspicuous by
their idiocy, that is no reason foi- sub
jecting the organization to such news?
paper attaeks a- we have suffered re?
cently. Mr. Pratt is almost worn out
with the nagging. We wore in a con?
ference from 10:30 o'clock ir the morn?
ing to midnight one day last week. As
for me. I'm going back to Franci for
a holiday! Over there if you tjivc a'
no cigarette ? week he thanks
God for the I'nited States.
"We ran 2,000 huts over there and
hotels in Pan- and other ciln. - Qn
50,000 men; we had movies and the
atricals for 1,000,000 men, and we ran
our canteens at a loss evcrv month. If
we had given away the food and cigar
?????-- which our enemies suggest it
would havo cost the people r>f the
United States $40,000,000 a year. K
was unnecessary to give these a
i -va>. Tho money and
they wore willing to spend it. They
didn't want lo be pauporized.
"In addition to the cant 'cn< we wt re
doing a religious work equal to that of
the entire city of New York. and u uni
versity vork equal to thal of all the
in the country. Ir the m'.qjlt
of all this. of course, we made some
mistakes, but we ought to thank C.Od
that we mad? good at least 'i.l'tv
fifty.'"
The spoakers and guests of honor
were escorted through the building,
even 7 the innermost deptha of the
kitchen, by Mrs. Astor and her aids.
The canteen will be open every
night until 1 a. m. After that the
building will !??? in cherge of n man
secretary. The door is never to be
locked. The key was thrown into the
bay as ran of yesterday's ceremi nies.
Says He Bought 'Arson Box'
Xicholas Rodon^sakis, in Sing Sing
prison for setting lire to hi.- restaurant,
at 'J.J5 West Thirty-fifth Street, on May
29 last. wa.- a witness yesterday against
Athanasos Yayas, on trial before .hidpro
Crain in General Session-. charged with
arson in the second degree,
Tho convict testified that Yayas sold
him an "arson machine" for $50, which
he said would burn any building with?
out leaving legal evidence. lle said
Yayas told him he would get only a
year in prison even if ho was i-uught
in the act of settinj the fire and would
have |6,000 insurance.
"1 bought the machine," said Ro
doussakis," and after inviting a dozen
men who roomed on the upper floors
of the building, to a banquet in a near?
bv restaurant so they would not be
harmed by the lire, 1 started the lire
box."
? ??m*??*s^ ?_!__? ^KBSB^ ^aft^sssastfa^ ^^gagggi^P^ ?5_^_Wasf_W ?g_J_fc?
List of Country Clubs Their Location, How Reached From New York, Number ofHoles, Length in Yards, KindofGreens Visitors'
charges, Name of Professional, Name of Secretary, and Some of the Foremost Hotels Where Guests Receice Full Golf Privile?es
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New York Tribune, Room 312
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ALABAMA
ANNISTON
Annlston Country Club
9 holi ? ?? orgo Black, pro -
t -.'?-.
:? gi , $7 0'.'. Reach* rl via
':
. WALKER REYNOLDS.
BIRMINGHAM
Roebuci: Golf and Automobile
Club
Visltora wi
-. Wm. J. Bell, profi
I tlc Coast, Seal iard Air
L.:.
'.'. ? , McMEEKIN.
MOBILE
Thr Country Club of Mobile
1 ? Icomf (
i $ 15.00.
'i. j .
. A. MICHAEL.
MONTGOMERY
Countru Club di Mo?11gomt ry
18 holes, 6,111 yards, grass greens.
charges, $1.00 per day, $5.00
pcr week. John M. Ingalls, Profes?
sional. Reached via Southern Railwav.
See'v, J. it. J1IXDS. '
TUSCALOOSA
Tuscaloosa Golf Club
?
l;,:i her, . a s
.. I'l.ll "1 ON PEN'ICK.
CALIFORNIA
BRENTWOOD PARK,
LOS ANGELES
Brentwood Country Club
IH holes, 5,958 yards. Visitors'
charges, $1.00 per day, $2.50 p*-r week.
Temporary rnembership, three months,
880.00. Louis Barricn, Professional. On
Faciflc Electric Ry., 12 miles from city.
0 riiiie.-, from Santa Monica and the sea.
C. il. DAVIS, Sec'y and Mgr.
DEL MONTE
Del Monte Golf and Country
Club
.11 bolea, 6 0.7* yarda. Vlaltor*' charge*
I'l'n p,-r ,;,.,. /..,:. [?r v.<-k, $12.00 P'T
Ri? ?? '.?????? ????? a I western trunk lire*
(fruaitfoni a. Harold Hampson, Profi
FRANCIS M'COMAH, Hi-c'y.
FRESNO
Sunnyside Country Club
? Iioi').. \. irge?. *.."0 per ilny,
??')?) j,?r momb. li J Brown, Profi ?
??*>n*l. B*ached via Croaa Contlnent.
A. W. BL'KDICK, Aaa't 3i
P*rfect Golf ta . Perfect Climate
*? Hole. Turf Gr??n in the Pink
of Condition
hm-i? n nn? iiiiin, ln fi,<,
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i a
rwgwwt,
Uro./. wi,...... i-.?/,..
' ' ' ?<'< M ni' /.,, booklet.
SL^wettca^nngnttlUh :,nn,
CALIFORNIA
LA JOLLA
La Jolla Country Club
0 holes, 2,401 yards. Visitors' charges,
S0.50 per tta;., $1.50 per week, $4.00 per
month. ii. Grindley, Professional.
Reached via any continental line toLos
Angeles, Santa Fe, from there to San
Diego. KARL KENYON, Sec'y.
PASADENA
Raymond Golf Club
'i holes, _,."/.'(J yards. Vi- iturs' charges,
$1.00 per d; \.' $4.00 per week, $12.00
per month. Wm. II. Hill?, Frofesisonal.
hteaclyed by any road to Chicago, Santa
Fe, Southern Pacific and Salt Lake from
Chicago t<> C sadena.
WALTER RAYMOND, Pres.
RIVERSIDE
Yictoria Golf Club
oles. Visitors' charges, $i.on per day,
S5.00 p?r week, $15.00 per month. Peter
Soutar, Professional, Reached via all West
?ri roads. C. ;-. HENDERSON, Sec'y,
SANTA ANA
Orange County Country Club
? ards, Visitors' charges,
8.50 ;?? :? day, {10 per month. Bob Shnp
"!'. Professtoral. Reached via Southern
, Sant? Fi and Salt Lake r.we s.
GEO. li. SHATTUCK, Seo'y.
SAN JOSE
San Jose Country Club
1* holes, 6,200 yards, grass greens.
A'isitnrs1 charges, $0.50 per day, $2.00
pcr week, $6.00 ner moiitli. McDonald
Smith, Profesisonal. Reached via South?
ern J'.icific.
J. It. CHACE, Sec'y.
SAN FRANCISCO
Lakeside Golf Club
18 holes, 6,464 yards. Visitors' chnrijns,
? 50 I" ; '"'? Saturdays, Holldays and Sun
days, 81.00; >':.',?> per week. Wm .1 Brud
:'" Profrsslonal. Reached via any trans
i onl Im nts : i Inc
JOWN H. m >BJ_RT80N, Sec'y.
SAN FRANCISCO
San Frwicisco Golf and Coun
try Club
18 holes, 6,089 yards, VisRors' charge.,
$1.00 per ?)-,. w. Locke, Professional
It. .1. WOOD8, .Sec'y.
! SAN FRANCISCO
Presidio Calf Club
18 holes, B.31I yards. Visitors" eharceiH,
Si 'io per day, 82.50 pi r week, $10.00 per
month. IM-,-.. Traiihe, Professional
IV. 11. UIIOOKS, Sec'y.
Excellent 18-Holc Golf Course.
6,300 Yards. Grass Green*.
Dlr?< Hy nn ihe Atlantio Ocean
. j. v^nrisue, Manchester, vt.
HOTEL CLARENDON
AiiMOI.ITIil.i' KIKKPROOti'
AND COTTAGES
SEABREEZE";:i'';.',;^:v
llallroad Ktation Daytona.
. on Jan. 4Mi I', A[/l. I'iili.
Sfn MniiiiiiK, luiiimt, Tennls, Molorinc,
H,,r?.-l,i?i U r.Klimr, inrkUh Itiillin.
tSooA Motoi ftoadways, irtraprooC Qartf?
<? .;. noo'S. Him
H?w XatI Oflli iiho Brnadwa..
'?*< i Miei. H.|. 474X.
CALIFORNIA
i USEPPA ISLAND
Useppa Golf Club
fi holes, 2,410 viir.is. Visitors' charges,
$1.00 per day, $5.00 per week, $12.00 per
I month. Karl Dean, Professional. Reached
' \ la Atlantic Coast Line.
JOHN LAW KERR. Sec'y.
| SAN DLEGO
Point Loma Golf Club
H holes, G.027 yards. Vlsitors' charges,
$1.00 por day, $5.00 por week, $15.00 por
month. Reached vla Santa Fe. Railroad.
Frank .1. Sssarflnski, Professional.
J. P, BROWN, Sec'y.
FLORIDA
BOCA GRANDE
Gulf Shore Golf Links
r> holes, 3,000 yards. Vlsitors' charges,
$1.00 por day. $5.00 per week, $15.0Q per
month. Harry A. Cowie, Professional,
Reached via Atlantic Coast Line.
HARRY A. POURE, 5ec'y.
BELLEAIR HEIGHTS
Belleair Country Club
Course No. 1?18 holes, 6,218 yards.
Course. No. 2?18 holes, 5,768 yards.
Visitors' charges, $2.00 pcr day, $10.00
per week, $80.00 per month. Alcx.
Smith, Professional. Reached via At?
lantic Coast Line.
!?'. 15. SHERWOOD. Sec'y.
BRADENTOWN
Bradentown Golf and Country
Club
!) holes, 2,:)o't yards, grass greens.
Visitors' charges, 50 cents pcr day, $2.50
per week, $8.00 per month, $15.00 pcr
season. Professional in charge. Reached
viit Seaboard Air Line & Atlantic Coast
Line.
DR. II. LEE CI III.SON, Pres.
JOHN T. CAMPBELL, Sec'y.
DELAND
College Arms Golf Club
18 holes, 5,570 yards, grass greens.
Visitors' charges, $1.00 per dav. I). !?',.
Miner, Professional. Reached via At?
lantic Coast, Seaboard Air Lines.
THEO. C. BROOKS, Manager.
SEABREEZE
Clarendon Golf Club
18 holes, 6,800 yards. Vlsitors' charges,
$1.50 per day, $7.00 pcr week, $25.00 per
month. A. J. Christie, Professional.
Reached via Atlantic Coast, Seaboard
Air Line. R. y\. BOND, Sec'y.
Golfers* Southern Paradise
BELLEAIR
SS3 FLORIDAshh
The belleview
OPEN .JAN. 7TII.
Two riiii-Hl (S-Hola c.iiirnea lu the
Bouth nl tho
Famous Belleair Country Club
Turf Puttlng Qraoni
New Swimming Pool, T?nn(?, Haddie
Horncs, lluntlng, Kinhing.
?'. s. KROM, Manager.
Hiiiiiiier Iti-Hiirt
THE CRISWQLP ggjgjg
JFLORIDA
MIAMI
Royal Palm Golf Club
9 holes, 8,100 yards. Charles Thom,
Professional.
H. K. 15. DAVIS, Sec'y.
ORLANDO
Orlando Country Club
. 18 holes. Visitors' charges, 75 cents per
da; , $3.00 pi r wi ek, $10.00 pi r motil h Dave
Duvidsi n, Prorosslouul. 17 acln d via u..
7.nii.. Cotl ? 7.... ^
V. V, KSTES, Sec'y.
PENSACOLA
A nsacola Country Club
IS le.ii s, 2.63S yards. VisRors' charges
? ' " ' pei .... S-.50 per week, $-. U0 per
???""'I' John Dingwell, ITofes-ional.
R( ached via I .:? V. i.ine
W 71 Mi cLeLI,AN. Si c'y.
PALM BEACH
Palm Beach Country Club
18 holes, 5,900 yards. Visitors'
charges, $2.00 per day* $10.00 pcr week,
$20.00 [ier month, $50.00 per season.
Arthur Penn, Professional. Reached via
Pennsylvania It. R., Seaboard Air Line,
Atlantic Coast Line, Florida Last Coast
Railway.
HOWARD M. WING, See'v.
ST. AUGUSTINE
St. Augustine Linlcs
18 holes, 6,800 yards, grass grcens.
George Low and Herbert Strong, pro
fessionals. Reached via Pennsylvania
R. R., Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard
Air Line, Florida East Coast Railwa\
II. !',. BEMIS, See'v.'
ST. AUGUSTINE
St. Augustine Golf Club
9 holes, 2,490 yards. Visitors' charges,
$1.00 per day, $5.00 per week, $15.00 per
month. Reached via Atlantic Coast
Line & Seaboard Air, Southern.
I'.. A. SUMNER, Sec'y.
ORMOND BEACH
Ormoiid Beach Golf Club
18 holes, 0*,020 yards, Win, li. Potts,
Professional. Reached via Seaboard
Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line, Southern
Railway, Clyde & Savannah Boat Lines.
ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg Country Club
18 holes, 6,084 yards. Visitors' charges,
$1.00 pcr day, $20.00 per month. C. J.
Smith, Professional. Reached via At?
lantic Coast Line & Seaboard Air Line
VV. M. M. DAVIS, Pres.
GOLF AT
OLD POINT COMFORT
Hotel Chamberlin
Rnnteh ii couple ot days ?.way from tlie
giind, grab your golf clubs and come
,,n down i" Old Potnl Comfort, and
try ? pur gami on i ha iSlghtuen Hole
Ooll i loui o. w hl< h is pai t --_ Hotel
Chamberlin.
Ynii i ii ii get li<?!-.? eoslly. It's only
??ovi r nlghr' either by boat or rail
Tin- Golf Course Is one ?( tho (lnest
, ver; deslgnod aml Isld out by au?
thorities on tho "Royal and Anolenl"
il.un. eonvonlenl lo lhe hotel, and.
ln ing owned b> Tho Cliamty rltn, it Is
munaged ln h way which will :<nlt
you. you ean also Tennls, Hnrsebaok
or Motor, famous n al Moulhern
i ooklng,
Hi ,,.i for our booklet, "i l< >l.i'\" n
eontalns the firsi Ai roplane Map of a
linif Course evi r published In Amerlcn
GEO. F. ADAMS, Manager,
FORTRRSS MONROE, VA.
':"v' .~r- ' " ? ~ ' 5SHBB
JIEORGIA
ATLANTA
Druid Hills Golf Club
18 holes, t;,M3 yards, grass grecns.
Visitors' charges, $1.00 pcr dav. $5.00
per week. Willie Mann, Professional,
Reached by Southern, Seaboard Vir
LJne. .1. M. BEASLEY, Sec'y.
AUGUSTA
Country Club of Augnsta
'2 18-holc courses; 5,833 and 6,156
I yards. Visitors' charges $2.00 per dav.
$8.00 per week, $25J0 per month. David
: Ugilvie, Alex. Ogilvie, Alex. Cunning
ham, Andrew Gordan and Barncst
Nevvnham, Professionals. Reached via
Southern Railway and Atlantic Coast
Line. M. G. Ridgely, Sec'y
COLUMBUS
Country Club of Columbus
RaUroarl n? ri10t5 ,vltt Southern and Centrs
Ka.uiu.tii ul Georgia.
W. O. MORTON, Sec'y.
THOMASVILLE
Glen Arven Country Club
9 holes, 2,440 yards. Visitors'charges,
$1.00 per day, $5.00 per week, $10.00per
per month. B. McElliott, Professional.
Reached via Atlantic Coast Line.
JOHN WAIT, Sec'y.
NEW JERSEY
I.-_
: ATLANTIC CITY
Seavieu) Golf Club
1* holes, Keached via Central R. R. of
[New Jersey, Pennsylvania Railroad.
CLARENCE II. 7 7IST, Prcs.
ATLANTIC CITY
Country Club of Atlantic City
is holes, 7 7"> yards. $2.00 per day.
?in.oo per \v.".lt. $15.00 per month. Clar?
ence Il.i.Kii".", Professional. Reached via
Pennsylvania Railroad und Central R. R.
of New Jersey. J. H. Lipplncott, Presi?
dent; D. fi White, Vice-President; V. c.
Robblns, Secretary; J. B. Slack, Treasurer.
LAKEWOOD
Country Club of Lakewood
18 holes, 5,002 yards. Visitors' charges,
-1 00 per day, $2.00 on Saturdays, Sundays
and Holldays. SVUIIam Norton, Professional,
Reached vla Central R. ll. ..f New Jersey.
CHARLES L. LINULEV, Sec'y.
NO. CAROLINA
ASHEVILLE
Asheville Country Club
1 s holes, 5.013 yards, Vlsitors' charges,
Sl 25 per day, $8.00 ikt w.ok, $15.00 per
month. Charlle Reynolds, professional,
).,.,,, i,,.ii v iii Pennsylvania Railroad &
Southern Railway.
ii. H. HOYKU, Sec'y.
CHARLOTTE
Charlotte
18 holes, 6,331 yards. Vlsitors" charges,
$0 75 per .7is. $3,00 psr week, $10.00 por
month, Bernaxrl Nlchols, Profeaslonal.
Reached by Southern Railway. J. M. uld
hiuii, a
GREENSBORO
Grt ct: boro Country Club
18 holes, about 6,000 yards. Visitors'
charges, $1,00 pcr day, $5.00 per week,
Fred N. Newnham, Professional.
Reached \i;i Southern Riulwuv,
VV. C. A. HAMMEL,
Sec'y & Trcas.
NO. CAROLINA
PINEHURST
Pinehurst Country Club
ihree IS-hole courses and one 9-hoie
course. No. l, 5,010 vards; No. 2 ii.l-Mi
yards; No. 3, (i.223 vards; 0-hole
coiirse, 2.<?_o yards. Professionals
John Peacock, Herbert Lagerblade,
Walter Howc. Rates?Season $40'
month, $25; week, $7; day, $2. Reduced
rates fur famiiies. Rcuchcd via Sea?
board Air Line.
DONALD J. ROSS, Sccretarv.
WILM.NGTON
Cape Fear Country Club
9. holes, 3.056 yards. Visitors' , .
' ?'' "V 'lay. 52.00 per week, ? ....
nonth 7:e...Mi Ki.. 1',, 7 s ? :,?,, 7 R
...i AtUntic Ci nst and Seaboard A - i iea
17 C. JAMES, Sec'y.
SO. CAROLINA
AIKEN
Highland Park Golf Club
11 holes, 4,638 yards. Visitors' rbarfrrs.
$1.00 per day, $3.50 p, r wei k. $10 00 per
month. Oris Sunter, Professional Rea< l . ,|
via Southtrn Railway.
\V. W. EDGERTON, Sec'y.
CAMDEN
Camden Country Club
18 holes, 6,085 vards. Visitors'
charges, $1.00 per dav, $5.00 per week
$15.00 per month. W. c. Skellv, Pro?
fessional. Reached via Seaboard Air
Line & Southern Railway
T. E. KRUMB__OLZ, Sec'y.
CHARLESTON
Charleston Country Club
fla" ?!oo per'iSwSIk Vtn^f"' *1'00 ,,Pr
i,? 11 ' *eea, 5111.00 per moiiib
el-na.:ai!way. At'antiC ''";lsL Llne * S
WILSON' G. MARVEY, Sec'y.
GEORGETOWN
Georgetown Country Club
ia^lc?Co8ist2,"5SeJaaboard ^ZlZ" A'"
''? C. PHILLIPS, Sec'y.
j SUMMERVILLE
Pine Forest Inn Golf Club
I 18 holes, 5437 yards. Visitors'charges
| $1.00 per day, $7.00 per week, $80.00 per
| month. Thomas Mulgrew, Professional
Reached via Atlantic Coast & Seaboard
Air lines. \v\ A. SENN \, Mgr
atlantic city
offers Golfers all those physicai and menlai
eomforls so essenlial to their BEST GAME.
Privileges of (he COUNTRY CLUB Q\: AT?
LANTIC CITY extended 1,, g_.su.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
DAN1KX P WliiT'. .10PRPI1 v. MOTT
Presidenl , mi;,
-V. v. Bookinp Ol rn . 110 v i .
Tel, iihom , Bryani 0225.
""????' ,y {{'W's/sssss/r/wfT?
Chauffeurs' Outfits
Special at
$75
Suit, Overcoat
and Cap to
Match
With good fabrics acarcer
than ever, there i.s now
but one Royal road to
Economy in Motor Ap
parel, and that is Quality.
ln thia Chauffeur's out
fit, eonaisting of suit,
overcoat and cap of fine
dark grey, all wool whip
cord, we offer, consider?
ing conditions, an outfit
which is remarkable for
both quafity and value.
The outfit complete
$75.00, or as follows:
uit $34 Overcoat $38 Cap $3
BROADWAY AT 49th ST.
VIRGINIA
FORTRESS MONROE
Old Point Comfort Golf and
Country Club
18 holes. Visitors' charges, $1.00 per
day, $5.00 per week, $15.00 per inontii. I
Alex. Simpson, Professional. Reached
v ia Pennsj lvania Railroad.
GEO. V. ADAMS, Sec'y.
LYNCHBURG
? Oakwood Country Club, Inc.
I 18 h' ? i - i -. ? ?
$1, .0 p#i ... ,, orge Pi iraivn
na : Rcacln via J oui'. , ? ?. i; ,
T. B. SII.U'lvKoiUi
NORTH CAROLINA
'ihree iS liole courses, mie 0 hole.
Fairgrecnj in ihe pink ol perfection.
Interesting weekly events
nj famoui lournamenU
scheduled for ihi vi
CAROLINA HOTEL
NOW OPI N
Shnrif ? r
i resor
vni ia
rntral omcn, PinehurM. N. C.
VIRGINIA
HOT SPRINGS
Virginia Hot Springs Goif and
Tt nnis Club
\
ll 00 per .. .
? r ? . ? i? nai
Reacl ..ake &
Railroad.
.1. C. MASTBRTi .X, Bei y.
RICHMOND
( ountry ('lub of Virginia
%l.9Q pcr .lav.
\u, bterloai*!
17 A. LliiTCH,
.... .-rv'
Greenbrier
1 Vhi u Si 11 'iu k Stmw/tUt
W'list V t:yimtl
JHE it h,.',.- tolf course. on. of tha
most beautiful and sporty eours*. :?
a. consiruetad bj i- P. lUyaor, ||
the direction ?.f Charles 13 .\
h tlao _ 9.
lioii eourse i7,i ihose ?in> puivi- n.
? ' k i ountry
??'ii <nr.II iln.l * charmiag
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