Sport: Grouse

Last week a few U. S. citizens with sporting friends abroad were eating grouse —plump red Scotch grouse sent by express steamers and heralded by cables giving warning of their shipment. For a fortnight the shotguns that the Scotch call "double pipe scatter guns" had been popping on the moors. King George was there to get a little shooting before seeing his new granddaughter (see p. 21). John Pierpont Morgan was at Gannochy Lodge and Clarence Hungerford Mackay at Hunt-hill, Brechin. Bernard Baruch could not stay but Silkman Emil Stehli and Charles...

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