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I MANY NEW YORKERS ANSWER CALL OF WINTER RESORTS
THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918.
Motorists Campaign for Good Roads to White Sulphur
Springs--Lakewood Visitors Arranging Entertainments
for Charity Quail Shooting at Pinehurst, N. C.
Wmitk Si i.i'iii n Sciiikiih. W. Vii., Vcc.
"!noil riM(ln Iruin everywhere to
Whlto Sulphur" In the r;uti:ilKti Hokum
of tho Tiiiiim-AllrKlmnlcs UOOil llontla Ah-
KOflntlnii, vvlileli mot lii-t A tlilH week for
the. Hct'imil linn; eltii-c Hit- oponliiK of tin;
New (Jtvi'iilirkT. I.iiii,f KtitiiM were
pIcdRprl for rood Improvement, mid It Ih
expected llmt liy lieu miring the nuilor
toiiles, ulilc li hue been teportrd In fairly
Hood condition by 11 hundred or more
inotorliitH whn have nrrlvert here from llin
i North till m fall, will bo iih kooiI as any
In Hip country,
The. favorite, routn from New Yorl Is
liy way of (lottyMiiin; and from there
Hi roil Rb the valley of Virginia to Statin
lon, over tho fiimoim Valley 1'lke, which
Is br nmooth an Klnse. The routo from
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They will sing folk songs and
there on through the famous Goshen pass
Is one of the most pleturi sipie motor trips
In the count r 'Mh r motorists have
i ome down by way of Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Washington and Harrisonburg,
wheie the Staunton road Is taken up.
James Buehaiviu Brady of New York,
familiarly known as "Diamond Jim"
Brady, who has Just completed the euro
here, was the most notable of tho en
tertainers during tho Thanksgiving festiv
ities, and ho tet a new standard for
hosts, dancers nnd those who tnlto tho
His dally programme started nt S A.
M., with a Jaunt of from six to ten miles
tiver the mountain trails before breakfast,
after which several hours wero devoted
o his dally bath nt the Kurhaus, and to
Irlnklng the waters nt the spring. His
nfternoons and evenings were devoted to
lancing and entertaining. To his guests
lie distributed souvenir trifles In tho
rihape of gold lined and tltted up travelling
rases. Imported Jewel studded nnlmnls,
aid other favors. A special orchestra
furnished tho music for his parties and
Ills floral decorations were notable even
liero whero a thousand dollars' worth of
llowers has been provided at a dinner for
Mme. Da Gama, wife of the Brazilian
vInbassalor, who took the euro here, re
turned to tho New Gree-nbrler nfter tho
Bayre-Wllson wedding at tho White
House, accompanied by District Attorney
nnd Mrs. Charles S. Whitman of New
Tork. Mme. Da Gama brought back
(from Washington several of the small
tioxes of wedding cake and distributed
them to friends here In tho hotel.
Dr. F. I.nndnn Humphreys of Morrls
lown, who arrived for the Thanksgiving
holidays with David Humphreys, Joined
Mrs. Humphreys who had been hero
1 ACTCMN AND WINTER RESORTS.
MONTCLAl R.N. J.
-42'Minutes from Hotel to Herald Square
A family and transient hotel of the highest
.standard, appealing particularly to persons
desiring country life with its opportunities
for golf and other outdoor pastimes together
with ready accessibility to the theatre, shop
ping and business centres of New York City.
Under Personal Direction
FREDERICK C. HALL,
LATE WITII rtOTCT, APINWAI.t. I pjQn
( LENOX. MA.SSA. IIl'SI.-TTH ) I.eSSCC
LAUREL IN THE PINES
LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY
Adellshlful InrMlon for Autumn Visitor.
Piprfnt (ruin smlori ninety minutes from
New York; ninety minutes from riihadelptiln.
(II.F. 1KNNIS. ( ANOEIKfl.
Rimr1r.r rnmlv snrl fsrllltlrs for automobile
Pi VBilMlf P KHUTE. Misim.
PI mi ONLY MRSPEANPIAN
VrlM for WumaUd IwvUtt sad taia.
tbioiiKli November. They went back to
Mnrrlstnvvn this week, but will return to
tliii New (Ircetibrlcr with n party on Sat
I'r. and Mrs. John A. l'ordyce, who
came In with the TliHtiki'KlvlnR crowd, are
amotiK those who have remained over
for the cure and tennis nnd Rolf. Dr. and
Airs. Kordyce entertained this week nt
Klmliurst Farm, whero every day there
has been a big throng for tho Kiune lunch
eons and dinners being nerved as tin nf
li i ninth of the hunting season Just clos
ing. Charles T, Mott of Brooklyn, who Is
Jut closing a year's visit here, returned
to tho hotel on Monday from ft shooting
trip to tho shooting box of the Allegheny
Sportsmen's Association at ltlmels. Whllo
tell stories at Dclmonico's on Wednesday mornings in a series of
out In the woods for three days he
brought down a bear, two deer and a
good bag of pheasant, partridge, wild
turkey and quail, He and !'. W. ll.ine.
wlnckel hold the hunting records of the
season, with William P. Hawley, the
nephew of the late Edwin Hawley, a clone
SOCIAL ACTIVITY AT LAKEWOOD.
Lakewood, N. J., Dec. 6. The thirty
eighth annual meeting of the New Jer
sey Stat" Sanitary Association began nt
the Lnurel-ln-tlic-Plnes yesterday. It is
tho oldest sanitary society In tho United
"Puro Food" was the title of the open
ing paper read last evening by Prof.
C. E. A. Wlnslow of New York. Others
who presented papers were Prof. H. D.
pease of thy New York Health Depart
ment, Prof. H, N, Ogden of Ithaca, Dr.
11. van D. Hedges of Plalntleld, N. .1.,
prc-ddent of tho association; Homer
Folks of New York, Dr. Myron T. Scud
der of New York and Dr. Calvin N.
Kendall, New Jersey Commissioner nf
Education. The meeting adjourned this
Arrangements for another entertain
ment by charity workers of the villa
colony are being completed. The affair is
set for Janunry 17 at the T.nurel House
and It will bo a benefit for the Paul Kim
ball Memorial Hospital.
Tho patrons will he Mrs. Archibald
D. Davis, Mrs. Henry Moyd Herbert,
Mrs. Frank Tilford. Mrs, Charles 1..
I.lndley, Miss Eva Ball Glover, Clarence
M, Itoof and Andrew J. Murphy. A
programme of costume dancing and a
cafe chnntant with dancing will he under
the supervision of Mrs. George Pales
ACTVMN AND WINTER REPORTS.
fRatlboronQb - SIcnDcf m
ATLANTIC CITY, N, J,
jMlab White bn Cemaaay.
HOTEL BOSCOBEL :?'?.?
btfirh. llalh". elevator, fln lahl, Writ fur
upetial rittPH, booklet, rut n n and nnuvrnlr ppn
ell. Stjth wicon. fa parity 350, A. I5.MAIWON
I Hotel Gram atan
BPONXVII.I.H. N. Y. I
Open nil the jrnr. Hperlnl Winter Unlet,
Maker. Mrs. Lewis Buckley Stlllwell, Mrs.
W. W. Wlllock, Miss Eleanor Ferris and
Mrs. Charles I.atlirop l'ack.
Dr. and Mrs. Ueorga Falcs Baker of
Philadelphia entertained at dinner nt
tho Lnurcl-ln-the-Plnes Tuesday eve
ning Dr. and Mrs. Charles 1 I,lndlcy, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lloyd Herbert, Mr, and
Mrs. (llrard Itotnntne, Miss French,
Miss McAlpln. 1'. 8. T. Ttandolph, Jr.,
and Irving II. Larom of riilladelphla.
Announcement was mado on Tuesday of
a Thanksgiving gift of 135,000 to tho V.
W. C. A. by Miss Martha A. Jamison of
New Tork. Miss Jamison Is president
of tho board of directors of tho associa
tion and It was largely due to her gener
osity nnd that of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Jnmlson. that the 50,-
Hon home for the association was con
sumed. The latest gift Is In the form
of an endowment,
Tho first Pennsylvania expi ess to Phila
delphia cm r to stop In Lakewood wns In
formally web omed by a largo crowd of
whiter residents on Monday. In the
evening ofllcials of the Pennsylvania anil
New Jersey Central celebrated tho event
with a dinner In tho Laurel House.
Among tho guests were Elbert F, Bald
win, t'hnrlt s L. Pack, William A. Patnn.
Jasper Lynch, H. L. lb rbcrt, Sherwood
H. Ferris. A D. Davis, Francis D. lloyt,
Senator John W, Slncutn, Dr. William
Gray Schaufller nnd Dr. I. II. Ilance.
Cards aro out nt the Country Club an
nouncing a subscription dinner for New
Year's. Among tho hosts at teas given
at the club this week wero Mr. and .Mis
William Thaw 3d of Pittsburg, Miss
Louise Tracy nnd Mrs. I A. Potts.
Registrations at the hotels this week
1 1nclucU d .
Laurel. In-the-Plnes Charles L. Tappln,
j Mrs. J. 11. Marston. M. U. Marston, Mr.
I nnd Mrs. J. 1", Shanley. Mrs. George A.
Bobbins, Arden M Bobbins, Mrs. George
Al TI'MN -tNI' .W'NTKB UKSOKT;.
the root creen aharta In the ihnrmlne parks
1118 rKhS?hflni rather a central point amonf West Coast resnrta. It
en1o?'the adv-antaie of ofTerlnit a day's plraaurln at ilnrens of drlUhtful spols
of3i?,,-.tnrar by reached by railroad or boat, Irollry or automobile.
M Tho ?rSnn o'f irf clllren to every vtHWr Is that nf host to guest. The
Boart of Truio and other orEanlratlona make a Mudy of entertaining visitors
ftDd Vmtil-rnn. a Wa.hlngton'a Tllrth
rfriM,rntlnn liv 1 Ml school children, an annual tourist week fair, an elegant
i&ff.inMra house with many ebolce nttractlntia, and Uie frsllvlllra of ihe
"tu'm ISww emulations are Ml featmes whlrti make no small part of SI,
lyTeMnr-SSlKiyr Hoarding and KHUIngaccon,.
mndstion ar? iiiiki" rate Ui price nnd varied .utncicntlyln styfe to meet the tr.iuln
nirtits. of Ml IMlora.
Opens Dee, 1, UH3.
F. M, MrCllntocU, I'rop.
On Tampa Hay,
ST. PETIIKSMUHO. FI.OBIOA
C. N. Crawford, I'rop,
NEW HOTEL SHOLL
On Tampa liny. St. WerKburg.
Strictly Huropenn. with Hopf Ciarden.
Illrry lloi.m vvlth Hot and Cold Water,
ltntes 1 l'cr l'ay I'p. Dr. J. Iten HUnll.
WEST COAST INN
On Tampa Hay.
Dr. C. T, Harglns,
LA PLAZA HOTEL
Hot anil ttld Water In llooma: Private Hatha, Central!
ilncateit lo Trn:is and Cars. Opposite I-a I'lar Theatre,
Cor. Mil SI nnd 1st Ave, South.
st.l'ettn.burg'a Popular Hotel In Florida's
moat Popular Itewrt: stath wasnn: open
.sent, to June, Headquarters for Tourlala.
U r. I'. S. Dienbury, u ner anil Mana ger
II. Coutts, Miss Coutts, Mrs. Marie O.
Young, Mrs. William Thorpe, Miss Thorpe,
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Fox, Mrs. W.
J. Baxter, Mr, and Mrs. Wllllum Uaylls,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C, R. Darglalsh, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Frank C. Russell, Miss Hussell, Miss
Margaret V. Itoare, Miss Evelyn J. Howe,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Vnn Bchalck, Dr.
George A, Taylor, William Itlco llochster,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Eberhard Fnber, Mr.
and Mrs. 1L A. Wltaon, A. S. Bldley,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arlington Scott, Victor von
SrhlcRcll, Mr. and Mrs. John Aspegren,
W. It. Taylor, J. H. Ballentlne, E. F.
Crowe, Mrs. James Kidder, Mr. and Mrs.
L. K. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. II, E. Felton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whlttaker, Mr and
Mrs. John H. Duffy, Mrs. M. Jeanetto
Hamlin, Mrs. M. A. Warner and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Ogden of New York.
Laurel House Joseph flchenck, Mrs.
A. T. Klernan, Shepherd Stevens,
Mrs. J. Wlnslow, Irving Berlin, Miss
Beatrice U. How, W, H. Ambler,
Miss Annie T. Brldgmnn, Mr. and Mrs.
Montague Douglas, Adolf Schleicher,
(leorge Bender, Mr. and Mr D. J, Davis,
Mr. nnd Mrs. David M. Jones, W. M.
costumed lecture recitals.
Lummls nnd J. M. Lummls of New Yoik
B.irtb tt Inn Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry B
I.ov,v, Mr. nnd Mrs. S Duilucher, ,1 c
Coleman, J. Horn. C J. Brooks. M. Sul.l
van. William H Weeks. Miss Edith Hnl
bet, Mr. and Mrs. Irving ilaii'n. Walter
Storey, Mr. nnd Mrs. C E. Graham. Miss
M. L. Graham, P.. M. Palmer, V. Van
Blper and Mr. nnd Mrs. I. P, Van Riper
of New York nnd Mr. ami Mr-, C. W.
Cavannugh. Miss Mabel Cavanaugh,
Henry L. Ford nnd Alfred Jordan of
Oak Court Hotel Mrs. G. W. Tnman,
Mrs. It. Flynn. Mrs. E. Graham, P. Mar
tone, Nlcholns Stark, William Toomev,
Mis Mattlo E. Henltt, Mr. anil Mrs. W
D. Bred and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Camp
bell of New York.
GOLF AND HUNTING AT HOT
Hot Springs, Va., Dec. C. Many of the
visitors this week spent a major propor
tion of their time upon the golf link",
AI'TrMN AND WINTHIt KIRT.
St retrrsbiire, en the llnrllas Prnln
Miln, unique ninontf riorlila Otlet, I enlleit
ine Minsinnr i n mum lor in
hrleht nnct rlirrrtnl eenllnllly ef li t-epir
"s for Its (tellilitful peninsular ellinale nnd perrniililly
Its elntnia upon the IntrrMt nf InurlMs ore many,
one ef the chief amnne them telnjt lt mnpilfteent
water front, with Its attendnnt privileges nf tieatlnat,
bnthlnirand llshlnit all the year round: Uie beach In
front of the town and the (liilf benrh at I'ass.a-tirlllo
are nmonit the Oneat and safrit In the eountrv.
The many broad, brlck-pavrd streets provide ample
prolston for lumirtoM motortnjr: while the pedestrian Is
thankful for the acorea nf mllca nf aubMnntlnl stilewnlks,
the acnu nlared Invltinely at frrouent intervals, anil
THE FL0R0NT0N HOTEL
Ifln Dooms of Solid Comfort,
Overlooking Tampa May,
Klevator, Nteam Heat, American I'lan,
THE BON aFr
Open all year,
J, A. Ttryan.
THE PARK HOUSE
Large Colony of Honeymooners Enjoy Golf at Hot Springs,
Va. Bermuda, Where It Pays to Loaf in the
Sun Fine Golf at Asheville
There a peculiar queitton arose In the case
of Mrs. J. N. Hill.
She was doing the course with an In
structor and had sent her caddy well ahead
over a long rlao that hid from her view
the spot she expected to hind the hall.
Tucked In under the strap of the golf bag
her caddy carried was Mrs. Hill's sporting
coat. A long brassy shot Just reached the
cattily, tne ball striking upon the back of
his neck and with Its force spent drop
ping easily Into the gaping pocket of Mrs.
The question then arose as to whether
the ball was out of bounds. Tho player
finally settled It by dropping tho ball over
her shoulder, as thouirli It had gone out
of bounds, and taking no other penalty.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewees V. Dlllworth, the
latest addition to tho larse colony of hon
eymooners, have played the 18 holo course
a number of times. Gen. McAlpln's sons.
Dr. Kenneth McAlpln and .1, Roderick
McAlpln, played around the links a few
days, ago with 12. F. Burke of llaltlmou,
who tins been spending the fall here.
Judge O. D. lllne, who Is here fur the
cure, has been taking lessons dally from
the golf professional ami has Impinved uls
game decidedly. Dr. and Mrs. llntvey
Smith of Ottawa, who played dally with
Itobert I Borden, the Canadian 1'remler,
and Mrs. Borden during their stay, which
ended a few days ago, aro others of the
The past week was a lively ,nnc nt
slfern Farm, which was made the objective
point of most of the riding and driving
parties that left the Hotnete.id Hotel.
In one of the luncheon patties there were
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morey, who enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ITiiirhcs, .Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Boettcher and .Miss Iloett
cher, a party, of Denver people who spend
much time In New York and who ilrnnned
off here for a few dajs before point? on
there for Christmas shopping
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. K Hurke of Bal
timore drovn to lnslfcrn a few it.iys
ago nnd had a wild turkey that Mr. liniito
shot served nt a dinner they g.ive In
honor of Miss Helena K. Elliott of Wash
ington. Miss Elliott, whom they have
been chaperoning, returned to Washing
ton the middle of the week, after a
stay of nearly two months. The early
part of the season alio was here with
her aunt. Mrs. T T Gaff of Washington,
with whom she Is now living, after being
In school In Paris for two years.
Some of the late arrival" at the Home,
stead Hotel aro Mr. and Mrs. Ilcnrv W.
I'olloek. Joseph A. Dravton, G. Hnwland'
I.ttitiett. Algernon l Vail, Ira N Vail,
ltolx-rt W. 1-Veinin. Mrs. C .1. Itatnford,
11. Hamford. N It, Hopkins, Mr. nnd
Mrs. George .1. Jackson. Mr, and Mrs.
Samuel Glllwylle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Connolly and George E Ilodse of New
!0PEN AIR LIFE AT PINEHURST.
i Pt.vrncnsT, N CDec ! - Perfect days
are keeping Plr.ehmm's Mg oolmy of
AtTlM.V AXII WINTF.K ItKsoHTS.
A. rr..MSOV 1'rnprlrtnr.
Thrirtmn. FltA.Sv. ATI U re tUU homr
Ilk"1 hotrl brftutlf UK im ninl im t(se pir
turcfiuc 1 Trtrrtn c ttn n .tu, itrrmmiA s
prAt It. Inml .'. u tih cit-iin u pi i tit
Jilt f.irrfuti.k;'. fnr-. ilt. ks in llmi tun
n w out of Lr li ftt ami I t of Hit' town.
'Iwiity mliuMft siilr on nil rlrcant kivI
throiitfh a renuttr'.! ...urtn l'il.llr
4 ortt'h en Ire 1 turrit tin miti'"l lh' ho
irl, frtrt I2irnts All iln. r,.ii i.ralttirat iloun
lit He rmiidrv vt r at lihtul.
AiVOMMtJliA'I IONS roit i;."..
Ilonm Miute nr vu .iitt Ith or ulthout
prtiAtetiAth. TnmMind boo let on ApplW .i-
ISLE OF WHITE
Ideally loonlGil mi nn islnnil nf six
arrpn, tlin-o liiintltc.-i ruin hy iiftvatu
motor txi.itt. from tho city of llntnil
ton Kithtni;, lnvitinc iitnl H-liim;
nil year .Meopini; ImiiKalowH con
nected with tho lintel Tho onlv
place to htny to enjoy the many at
tractions of Bermuda. American
plan, nsasonnblo rales. Terms and
Uoklots from M (1 IlltADI.r.Y,
Apnrtmrntsi with lUtlis. I'lrrtrlr Ileitis
throiuhout; It ith t it in thi U"-t ir-.nliiiii.il
And Kliopplnc dNtiit't. It tins turn tlrattn
of tln n'nnutfi'M rut of the An rruan Hoiikp
for rr years to mainwln w .rvt M-riv
md cle ilit ln-t HrrotumndatUitis In lkr
nmd.t. So popular has the hotrl lioconie
through thU Attnitlon that It was nrrr.-nry
to add a iHtvr i.eu uink' this t(ir. ulwie
rooms ran l had ctti,ti to timer of tho Ijrst
Anrnr.in hotrl. Itrsrrvnttoa now for
any pari of tl,r u Inter.
A. I'AM'tlM., rniprlPlnr.
Mnl aitraetlvely located en llnmlllon Ifar
hor. Has cverj i-nnfitrl ntut convenience in
tie found In linesi Amcrlcm liotcli.. iit tnlile
In llrrmuda. All larcc, outlde looms viltli
splendid vlc of land nnd sen. t'oniliu-iiil
liy nn Amerlinn for Americans, ltntes and
tuiol(let.s from C, it. JOHNSL'N, ltamllton,
VICTORIA I.OIXir, llDinlltiin.
Nltuaitsl In Its own grounds overlooktnff
Victoria Park. All Cnuiches, House of
Parliament, I'oft Ofilre and oilier 1'iitillo
HiilldltiEs within (.tioit ualk, Vlrinrla Uidite
is nulNclrntly rcllitsl lo Insure quid and
rest in Its patrons. II. (.llllllON M ll:it
llltllllii:. rmprleior. lalde Addirss;
A ntce place nt reasonable rates: centrally
locntrd; ?5 yards from Harbor; cnpiclty so,
no bar, modem Imptovcment
kaii: ia.iiii ri it i:i h.
Seabreeze, Oaytuna Station,
"On Ihe F.it mail." Loratcd directly an Ihe
Ocean and the Famout if atli. Openi Jan, 3.
Golf (B holes, one of the best
courses in tne bouini.
Tannti, Motoring, iionetmek lll.um
Hu naiuintf. risninp.riTiiiK..oo's
loi Ottlre , 11W II'wst, lull
FliOltlDA'S FAMOUS HKSOHT.
V, I' ADAMS, Mllll,
Itemcsle tied and UeliiiVnted'l In oil slinul .
J .1. Hl'NM'.SSY, llooLlnir ItepreseniAtlve.at
llNi n wny. rvevv von, lei m.iu mi wis,
tioLmiH lor i iii'.h.n i'itstisr
HKI.I.F.AIIt IIIIKIIIIS, HU., orr.N .IAN'. O.
To liolf ( nurses n tth lurf I'lllllnu
slreelis. For tiiforniHllon, liooklel,
Ai ., aililress II. I. h.V I O.N, Mvr.
in ririu avu n. '. -ii iiau. tn. mi
visitors much In the open air, with ounll
shooting a leading; attraction. Among
the most successful of the sportsmen were
E. It. Johnson and u. a. Royal of Phila
delphia, who rounded out a fortnight's
visit with average, bags of twenty birds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wesson of Spring
field, Mnas., are spending tho month here
after their annunl custom.
Tho fox hunting season began with the
week's preliminary hunts under the lead
ership of J. T. Twltty of Buffalo, master
of tho Pinehurst Hunt, whose pack of
English nnd American hounds Is both
good to sea and hear.
FINE GOLF AT ASHEVILLE.
tsitrvti.i.t, N. C, Dec. 6. Several
golfers playing on the links of the Ashe
vlllo Country Club are attracting more
than tho usual attention to the game.
It. T. Crane of Chicago Is hero for it stay
nnd he plays every day. Mr. Crane has
with him Tom Vardcm, hrothcr of the
English champion. Harry Vardon, so that
he may never lack a worthy opponent In
the game. George .1. Kalne of Santa
Bnrbara, Cal., plays a great gnme too.
Among the many nffalrs of Thanksgiv
ing week was n dinner party which Mr.
nr.d Mrs. Charles It. Crane of Chicago
gave at the Grove Park Inn In honor of
their son, John O. Crane. Some of thino
present were Mr. and Mrs. P. II, M.
Atkins nnd son of Cincinnati, Mrs. If. S.
Firestone and son of Akron, Ohio, anl
It, T. Crane.
dpt. Grnham Johnson of the I'nlted
States Army, staying at the Grove Park
Inn, was Hie successful competitor In the
"Fllnger" Golf Tournament, which has
been conducted on the ttnks of the Ashe
ville Country Club during the past sev
eral weeks, and which came to a close
Wednesday Capt. Johnson captured the
Grove Park Inn Cup and made the lowest
score in tho tournament. Best scores
Hole : 5 12 II U Totnl
f). n. Frsnrln. Jr. .1 X .1 J i
Grnham Johnson.: 3 3 3 2:: lii
(-, V Mnrtf. 3 3 3 3 3 IS
r i.. Hunt ;
Capt. Corbm Gay Decker was married
here Wedti'Sday night to one of Ashe
vllle's most charming daughters, Miss
Katherlno Mason. Tho couple were mar
ried In the Trinity Episcopal Church. Mr.
Franklin Smith of Philadelphia was best
man to Capt. Decker.
Social activities continue eerywhere
In Asheville. Indoor golf Is being played
on tne immense velvet rugs In the liv
ing room at Grove Park Inn. ami "put
ting" contests aro featured every evening.
Itecent arrivals at the Grove Park Inn:
George J. Kainr, the Mlses Kalne anil
Miss Klrhy of Santa Barbara, Cal., and
.Mr, and .Mrs. O. J. Flynn, East Orange, N.
J. Mr. Flynn Is lce-piesldent of the
IHawate and Lackawanna Railroad. Mr.
and Mrs. C. I,. V.e and MNs
Helen Wise. New York city, Mr. and .Mrs.
C .T Kramer, l.ane. Pa . Mr. and Mrs.
George West, Clie-tnut Hill, Mas.: Mr.
Al'TTMS AND WIXTF.H REPORTS.
HOTELS AND COTTAGES
nl. i:aropean Plan Hotel tn llrrmuda.
American plan If desired, fentrallr lo
rated In the best residential ellnn of
lUmtltnn. The Palm Harden atlnchil tn The
Niv n,l Mir ts Uie i.nlque pnssfs.if.n of the
hotel, and a dally ilellcht to Its cueN Meals
arc spri l.ibv rnjmatilc when prvisl under Its
vine covered pcrirolns on pleasant ami suimv
days ni calm anil moonlll evenings. Thor
oughly modern rooms, large nnd comfortable,
electric lights, firsh and salt water baths, grill
toom. private motor launches.
A. A. Mooitl., Proprietor.
Orrrlooklnn llantllfnn Harbnr
. Thf nM tielichtfullv tliuntcil f.imtli
notrj In trtr colony, twtnt Arrr. of
?round( Ihtp rno'tit,. tulii trd Kin elf or
In M.lii'i of pitiAtH pr.rlor, Nilronn and
niih. I'rlvntr telephone, rlrrttio llcht nnd
rtir.nine untrr tlirmiirtMiut. nnvt i'Iiv
t-TinK conrti In IirrmmlA Ir.hW KUpplifd
ulth tntU vuTi Aides, poult r fltid circs
tram tlir hnn Mr'n.
i:. II. rAUMSl.r. Proprietor.
Alio proprietor nf the I.KKilirON at
I'olnt riratant, . .1,
f-lluatcil ei'i'oMle Vlcloila 1'ark ovfrlonMnc
lieamlfiil canliiis, five minutes walk finm
Steamers Ijimllnc, riiurclips. lot tifflce nmt
1'iilillc llullilliu-s, louse llrtlnl by rlcctrlciu;
lias nil nioileru tinpinvemcnis. toirpiher with
n Ilrsi class t.ililc. Terms from $15 10 up,
i:. i'. liVCMT, I'rnprletor
Point Pleasant Hotel
Only hotel tn llnmlllon ttuMd on water
front oikmi venr round, tlnrst locnlloti In
Mi imudn, ivin mlnulrs viaik from sunmcis
lniidliu-i ecrllnt cnlslnc. cleetrle IlEl.ts
throuchout, rates J3..VI and up per da,
HnoKlcl on nppllcntloii
ii. '. orrr.it iittitx.i;.
THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL.
Most liesirntile Locnlllj- .Near Irlorla I'ark
'Ihls Hotel tins been a fa ortte resort for
American visitors for many year. It 1ms
electric llchts and nil modem conveniences:
lame and nlrv nxtms on spnclous verandahs.
'Ihls hotel will appeal to those who desire the
test but vilh to net away from the hustle and
hustle of Die larcrr hotels, c. SI. OCn:it,
Clt.v of llnmllton: central loralltr.
4 master tieilroonisnndliaihroom.j maids'
rooms and bathroom, parlor, dlnlnc room,
"den." pantry and kitchen, elec. llphi, hot
water. Completely furnished Wide ver
andas nud l.irtii In from of eettaire
40 Other Bermuda Cottages
MltS (JHUSVII.NDUTl'CKKH, llamlllnn.
WlltTH I'l.MNM, N. V
A liixurtoux hiiine, with nil nppolntnients,
to meet the ri'MUlreinenis of entii Individual,
MI'IICI.M, ItATHS tH'ltl.Mi WINTISK
coNUt'fTiin on tiii: .xmhuican n,AN,
iltll,!, ItllOM A l, CAIITH
oiin.Nnv i'ahm ciicNTitv ci.uu & ooi.r
s0 mlnutea from (Iriind .Centrnl Ternilnn,
nr bv N Y AVestcheater & lloaton Ity, to
(leilney wny etntton
Motor 'bus meets tralna. Henklet on renueat.
J. A. HllintltAIin, Proprietor.
Tel CSIo White IMalna. nr Murray 1111177:0.
Hotel Bon Air
Opena December 17th. Wnjr nn apend
your llolMnVH Diem? Two film U.)iol
Rolf COlirsen, beiilltlflll c II tllloll ve, em'el
lent drlvliiK ti si tnotiirlni;, sbnotiiis nud
alt outdoor spurts.
AddreM C. G. TRUSSELL, Manager.
nnd Mrs. J. H. Itnhl. New Tork, N. T. :
Mr. Joseph Vatiblet, Jr., Montelalr, N, J.;
Miss Bertha Itussmer, Information bu
reau, Hotel McAIplnlo, New York city;
anil Mr. A. C Dent of St. I'hiiI, Minn,
Among the late arrivals at the Manor
Mr. nnd Mrs. I.elher, New Tork city ;
J. It. McC'ollum, Wclland, Conn.
IMwin I,. Terry, I '.itortion. N. J., has
taken tho Shamrock Cottage at the Manor
and Adam Ortselfen has taken the Mil
SOCIAL LIFE IN BERMUDA.
A dot on the map of the North Atlantic
sulllees the geographers so far an Iter-
muda Is concerned. They mark the let
ters "Br.," meaning British, ngnlnst the
name nnd let It go at that. It Is a small
place, less than twenty square miles In
all, and Is entitled only to a dot, but It
can boast of :inn veins of history anil
honestly call Itself England's oldest col
ony. What surprises the Aiijeilcun WI
tor to Bermuda Is the fact t'luit lieie in
the broad ocean, linn miles from any other
land, llo nn.onn people who are prospei
oils, well governed and contented with the
beautiful surroundings whldi the gods
have lavished upon their fair Islands
They base their own social nnd ecnnomli
problems to solve, their Institution t"
build, and they are doing these thing
They have been nt It ever since the
first baud of colonists was sent tn the
islands by the Viiglnla Company In li'.l'.'
to In followed by others for which the
Bermuda Company stood sponsor.
Everybody lives outdoors In these sunn
Islands, but that Is no reflection on Bel
muda houses. The average llernnnlhi
hn a dwelling that makes the Amer'c.m
suburbanite envious when he sees It. WIP
lam Dean Howells MOs that all a ui.'il
has to do In Bermuda Is to av a hob
In his back yard and take out a houe of
soft, creamy stone nnd set It up. That
Is literally true. Beneath the red soil of
every hillside there Is plenty of good
stone, and near many fine house are to
be seen tile quarries from which the owr
ers cut their building blocks.
Social life In Bermuda centres about
Government llnii'e, in Himllton, the capi
tal, where the Governor, always n Gen
eral of the British army, lives. Offleei
of the Infantry, the artillery and the nav
help to make things lively at the niimei
ou hotels, while tho American residents
I a i.umber of whom own tine e states, not
to speak of yachts, hoisi-s and moten
boats, contribute a largo share to the
general gayety. One Interesting pliaw
of the social life Is the fact that most
of the Bermndlan families b-ar the names
, of pioneer settlers, and their relative po
sition Is fixed, just as It l In Virginia
Tho Bermtidlans and Virginians sprarg
from the same English stock, and both
have that pride of ancestry which I
handed down from one generation to the
AVTl'MN AV .WINTKB Hr.wqBT.
PREMIER WINTER HOMES
4n Hours from New York.
vrmce temperature. 711"
nungalinis n-id i-uitee. of Itt.tlnetlen
High In t bars 1 ie i I c!'ilve I 1st In it ef
riirnislii-d I'ltj.-i'i- i' .t'l p-i'ts of ih"
Islnnil Unti Iirnllil- I h pn
lirvlfil to .b it N leel I is nf V Itit' r
1 urn i-liecj 1 uitnL'i-s
i.rnint' unit Iuim's no riegnriairi and
bonked ,s.i ttntisiiclt 11
i:nvt i.n ii. nt ssi. 1. 1.,
'Victoria lllrn U," II M II. I UN,
Fnme bwldtng ai thr Crrtrtt 'ta'ri -in i,!nr
In f nltlnrinltlr part nf ritl't llir ronil.
near rrlnir. llnirl, mui lliiinlllon liolf
(.Irnolrt- pu, rnmplftfly furnKhrd, f
lArri-, hi hnliTior 1 1 i hnt oi t iitld nm
nlncufttri vnnwrt , 'te , , ? h--. h i .ii' etl
d.tidu' tntttn, pintllt" ' r- i'T In lew I'
llchtiit 1 Irrplin i - .Serwii s ipi irterK orimr tr
tmlldln si 'oar h tiou-n rzt tt-dr cfldrn
T rml. court the fr u
lltllllik Hunqli' -cv Priltoom., pnrlnr.
dtmn p limn, tun Mtrtirn- tuo l nt'-. u ot Htid
coht rutir-itii; untrr Pirplnrt . j mcl r,, ro.ch
Imui-i Jltpftti . trntiK emir. t,irrt.iblp c r-rirn-..
rlrrlrlcnlly Uzhtnl. Krr'tnt ipmrtrri.
U.U for ilit- e.,nn
.1, II. lilt lll.i: V, llnmlllon.
HOUSES FOR RENT
For the Winter Season
ALL PARTS OF BERMUDA
At Prices from $300 to $2,500
,i rtI.I ll.fin.ir. Hamilton rt'rmuda
rt' i s ii r, it not
For the Winter .se.,in.
From S'iiio to :i,ini,
Hilltop sites, Mnterfronis rliy or country
homes. nv sire from Ci it " s lo !,' toon's
rite for particular-
ilios. ,i. mucus, sov
S minutes walli from Hamlllon.orpestte Prin
cess Hotel; houe and two ncics, 7 bedrooms
running vvatcr, electric llehi telephone, oren
tlreplnces.nli fnrtiltles for hoiiscKcciiliiK; tennis
imirl. vetretnble iranlro toil riiMtcnel. Kent
November to Mnv , or loncc s. .'". lvtalls
fiom i:. J. I tlti.Ml'Mir,, nam :on urrmiuia.
HAMILTON' fL' minutes uallc from thr
Ifainllton Hotrt1 Artr td land and (tattt',n;
hot ami rold uatrr rlt rtrlr tichM four 11
rootiih. liath, urll equipped ami Uiurousrhly
ftirnKhrd: 2 rnu.dMn, tuo stor Mrcptoof
tuMit-r, Ntut'inber to Mtiy,
V. ,S. iMilfWl, HXMU'lON. HIIHMrpA.
Most Attractive Country Hotel Ad
jiirrnl lo New York, tlpen A'.l Year
GARDEN CITY, L. I.
Special Winter Rates.
One of the Moat Inclusive Country Hotel,
In America. Inlnrgrdand Improved Capao
Ity doubled 181?. A combination of rncntrr
life nnd uietiopolliau hotel liiAiny eldon
found. ICvrrj' outdoor and Indoor amusement.
I'lccllent schools, is miles from New ork.
Frenueiit electric train service. 35 minute..
Virile for Illustrated booklet and rale.
.1. .1. I.ANMN CO.. I'rop.
l!Tlt iiHtiH reiuiid liuml r 1 trlllln
Mm bluer, nl iinu..u.i ly lo pU'-ei. AU
DltlSKa, Hoi 111, tiffin, Obi.