Bar Harbor Times, January 2, 1915

Bar Harbor Times

January 02, 1915

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Bar Harbor Times (Newspaper) - January 2, 1915, Bar Harbor, Maine I VLADIES' BOWLING BEGDK MONDAYComplete Schedule And Teams AnnouncedCONTINUES TO MARCH 20 Sixty-Five Games To Be Rolled-Averages For Individuals And Teams Given BowHng in the ladies' tournament at the Y. M. C. A. begins Monday and announcement is here made of the complete schedule which will run through January and February and until March 20. Announcement is also made of the membership of the teams which are named after automobiles, with the average of each member and of the whole team. The women are all showing great' interest in the coming contests. Following are the teams: No. 1, Saxon—Mrs. Bert Young, (Capt.) 73; Miss Beulah Paine, 70; Mrs. George Berry, 64; Total, 207. No. 2, Peerless—Miss Helen Meserve, (Capt.) 72; Miss Sylvia Leland, 58; Miss Margaret Leland, 70; Total, 200. No. 3, Cadillac—Miss Mary Bates, (Capt.) 70; Miss E. Hayes, 68; Miss Mary Griffin, 70; Total, 208. No. 4, Franklin—Mrs. Harold Cai ter, (Capt.) 63; Mrs. C. B. A. Bryant, 55; Miss H. Shaw, 70; Total, 188. No. 5, Regal—Mrs. R. E. Stanley, Capt.) 67; Mis. Blanch Gooch, 57; Mrs. Clarabelle Foster, 52; Total, 176. No. 6, Winton—Mrs. JCathie Copp, (Capt.) 70; Miss Flora Seeley, 50; Miss Armida Richardson, 55; Total, 175. No. 7, Dodge—Mis. H. C. Dodge, (Capt). 68; Miss G. B. Sullivan, 69; Mrs. E. L. Lymburner, 45; Total, 182. No. 8, Overland—Mrs. C. Cunningham (Capt.) 68; Mrs. Charles Shea, 50; Mrs. Herbert Joidan, 58; Total, 176 No, 9, Ford—Miss Juliette Nickerson, (Capt.) 54; Mrs. E. Rodick, 50; Mrs. M Moore, 50; Total, 154. No. 10, Studebaker—Mrs. Arno Cleaves, (Capt.) 68; Miss Louise Fernald, 40; Mrs. E. L. Palmer, 57; Total, 165. No. 11, Metz—Miss Marion West, (Capt.) 60; Miss Sturtevant, 50; Mrs. L. A. Richardson,'45; Total, 155. No. 12, Pierce Arrow—Miss Georgi-anna Wescott (Capt.) 75; Miss Sophia Hillson, 62; Miss Mary Moore, '77; Total, 214. In - the schedule published below, the letter "a" after the day of the month means that the game will be rolled at 3:30 in the afternoon. The letter "h" goes with the handicap or number of pins each game that team receives. Jan. 4 Saxon vs. Peerless.5a Cadillac yi. Franklin, h 15. 6a Regal vs. Winton.7 Dodge vs. Overland.8 Ford, h 15 vs. Studebaker.9 Metz, h 46 vs. Pierce Arrow.11 Peerless vs. Cadillac.12 Franklin vs. Regal, h 6. 13a Winton vs. Dodge.14 Overland vs. Ford, h 5. 15a Studebaker vs. Metz, h 15. 16 Saxon vs. Cadillac.18 Peerless vs. Franklin, h 15.19 Regal vs. Dodge. 20a Winten vs. Overland.21 Ford vs. Metz. 22a Studebaker, h 25 vs. Pierce Arrow. 23 Saxon vs. Franklin, h 15. 25 Peerless vs. Regal, h 25. 26 Cadillac vs. Winton, h 20. 27a Franklin vs. Dodge. 28 Overland vs. Studebaker. 29a Ford, h 45 vs. Pierce Arrow. 30 Saxon vs. Metz, h 40. Feb. 1 Cadillac vs. Regal, h 20. 2 Franklin vs. Winton, h 5. 3a Peerless vs. Dodge, h 10. 4 Overland, h 2ö vs. Pierce Arrow, 5a Saxon vs. Regal, h 20. 6 Peerless vs. Winton, h 25. 8 Cadillac vs. Dodge, h 15. > 9 Franklin vs. Overland, h 5. 10a Saxon vs. Pierce Arrow. 11 Peerless vs. Metz, h 45. 12a Cadillac vs. Studebaker, h 25. 13 Franklin vs. Ford, h 25. 15 Regal vs. Overland. 16 Winton, h 25 vs. Pierce Arrow. 17a Dodge vs. Metz, h 25. 18 Saxon vs. Studebaker, h 25. 19a Peerlesis vs. Ford, h 45. 20 Cadillac vs. Overland, h 20. 22 Dodge, h 15 vs. Pierce Arrow. 23 Winton vs. Metz, h 15. 24a Regal vs. Stiidebaker. 25 Cadillac vs. Ford, h 45. 26a Saxon vs. Overland, h 20. 27 Peerless vs. Pierce Arrow. March 1 Dodge vs. Studebaker. 2 Franklin vs. Metz, h 20. 3a Winton vs. Ford, h 15. 4 Peerless vs. Overland, h 25. 5a Cadillac vs. Pierce Arrow. 6 Regal vs. Metz, h 15. 8 Peerless vs. Studebaker, h 25. 9 Franklin, h 15 vs. Pierce Arrow. 10a Saxon vs. Winton, h 25. 11 Regal vs. Ford, h 15. 12a Overland vs. Metz, h 15. 13 Saxon vs. Dodge, h 15. 15 Cadillac vs. Metz, h 45. 16 Franklin vs. Studebaker, h 5. 17a Regal, h 25 vs. Pierce Arrow. 18 Dodge vs. Ford, h 20. 19a Winton vs. Studebaker. 20 Saxon vs. Ford, h 45. ARRAIGNED HERE ON POLYGAl^ CHARGE Wm. Mack of Winter Harbor Before Judge BensonIS BOUND OVER TO APRIL Married To Winter Harbor Woman Is Charged With Having Another Wife In Grand Manan Charged with polygamy, Williain H. Mack of Winter Haibor, well known to many people of Bar Harbor where he formerly sailed boats for Conners Bros, and for the Pulitzers, was arraigned before Judge Elliott N. Benson here Monday and was bound over to the April term of the supreme court under $1,000 bonds furnished by Alfred Conners and George H. Fifield. The charge of polygamy was brought by Mrs. Fred Miller of Boston, daughter of the Winter Harbor wife of the defendant, on whose complaint he was arrested by Deputy Sheriff F. E. Weston of Winter Harbor Saturday. When arraigned here Monday, Mr. Mack had secured L. B. Deasy for counsel He waived reading of the warrant, plead not guilty and would say no more. Mr. Mack came here to Bar Harbor from the Provinces about twelve years ago. ^ About eight years ago he married Mary A. Joy of Winters Harbor and since that time has been engaged in sailing boate and finishing. The charge brought against him is that he also has a lawful wife in Grand Manan. Although Mr. Mack would say nothing to County Attorney H. L. Graham Monday in regard tcv the charge it is reported that his alleged Grand Manan wife had been committed to an insane asylum and that he believed this set him free. Mr. Mack and his foster daughter are said not to have been on the most agreeable terms according to Sheriff Weston, and the present case is said to arise as the outgrowth of family troubles. STAG ENTERTAINMENT A most pleasing surprise was sprung on Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Harvey Thursday evening, when a delegation of twenty-six people of the Methodist Episcopal church dropped in on thenwfor a housewarming and to welcome the bride into their midst. A very pleasant evening was spent in mysic and sociability! The company brought its own musicians to furnish entertainment. . John Meekam with edophone accompanied by Merrill Leitch played a number of selections. Mr. Meekam then gave some imitadons of other instruments on the edophone. Mrs. Meekam and Miss Merle Mayo sang solos. The visitors didn't forget the eatables either, but brought along their own refreshments and Miss Faith Barron made coffee that couldn't be beat. After a time of general sociability Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were summoned to appear before tl^ minister. Dr. F. A. Leitch, who was armed with a big package. With a few well chosen words in which was couched much latent humor. Dr. Leitch, on behalf of the assembled company, presented Mr. and Mrs. Harvey with a handsome silver breakfast set, also a sugar shell and butter knife. The recipients acknowledged the gifts with thanks for them and for the spirit which prompted them. Mrs. Leitch and Mrs. Willey then read humorous sketches. After the singing of several songs by all and a prayer by Dr. Leitch, the party dispersed wishing each other a Happy New Year. Those present were: Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Leitch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Heber Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Willey, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bolles, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. John Meekam, Mrs. Conners, Mrs. Ella Hamor, Misses Faith Ban on, Florence Eddy, Merle Mayo, Marie Harvey, Messrs. Tabor Dow, Howard Emery, Merrill Leitch, Clarence Dow, Wilson Mayo, and Alton Harvey.Will Replace Auxiliary's Annual SupperLAST WEEK OF JANUARY Booth Attendants In Foreign Costume—Music Afternoon Arfd Evening—Program "They tell me, colonel, that you have finally got your regiment in good fighting shape." "It should be. The censors have permitted it to be annihilated three times.—Chicago News. A new stunt for joy and merriment will be pulled off at the Young Men's Christian association Tuesday evening, Jan. 5, for members and friends in the form of a stag entertainment. Many are looking forward to this occasion as New York's favorite entertainer, Joe Lorraine, has been secured to entertain for the evening. J. H. SAWYER Jeweler.............Silversmith REGISTERED Optometrist and Optician Fine Jewelry manufactured: Expert Watchmakers, to order. Gems remounted I Repairs on complicated in new designs. Watches and French Clocks 98 Main Street .... Telephone 2 SEAL HARBOR BEATEN Y. M. C. A. Second Again Defeats Visitors—This Time 28 to 22 The Y. M. C. A. Second Team defeated the Seal Harbor A.^A. team for the second time Tuesday night before a crowd of school students by a score of 28 to 22. The Seal Harbor team showed good form and two of their men showed up especially well. Dodge, the right forward, played a whirlwind game and made his opponent go some during the whole game. In fact three men were placed against him before the game was over. Rodick started against him and Dodge succeeded in shooting three goals off him in the first period. In the second period Richards and Rodick shifted places, but , Dodge kept right on scoring. So in the ' middle of the last half, Emery, the junior A merry party of young people have team guard, was sent in for Richards | been at^ Eyrie Lodp. the summe^^ resi-and the local team showed up to much A grand carnival with booths under the charge of attendants dressed in all sorts of humorous costumes as well as those of foreign lands and with music throughout afternoon and evening and a program in the evening, all this in a word, is the plan of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. for something new to take the place of the annual supper. The event will come the last week of January, but the exact date has not yet been decided upon. In the reading room of the association building will be a music booth where a Victrola will be played throughout the afternoon and evening. The country store, which will also be located in the reading room, will be attended by clerks in farmers' costumes. Here all produce from the country may be obtained. Hiram and Si will be there in their blue jeans for a game of checkers, and the ban on pipes in the association will be lifted for them as specially privileged characters. The candy booth in the same room will be waited on by little American girls. Spanish decoratioriS and costumes will be a feature of the pop-corn, lemonade and ice cream booth in the lobby. In the hall the flower booth will be attended by girls in Chinese costumes. In the gymnasium will be the fancy work booth with attendants in Turkish costume. Here also the little Dutch girls will have a cooked food booth. Japanese and Chinese novelties will be sold from a booth with attendants in tramp costumes. The tea and hot chocolate booth will be attended by the little Japanese girls. During the entire afternoon an orchestra will play in the gymnasium, and in the evening there will be a program consisting of selections by the orchestra, readings, 'cello, violin and piano solos, and quaitet singing. The plans for such a grand festive occasion were proposed and discussed at the regular meeting of the auxiliary executive committee Tuesday afternoon, the members of the committee being Mrs. Vernon G. Wasgatt, chairman; Mrs. Arno Cleaves, Mrs. Frank Spratt, Mrs. Ernest Palmer, Mrs. Benjamin Hadley, Mis. C. B. A. Bryant, Mis Corydon Richardson and Mrs. Frank Alley. HON. OAKLEY C. CURTIS GOVERNOR-ELECT WHO TAKES OATH OF OFFICE ON THURSDAY WILL BORROW $25,000 Treasurer Paine Believes It Policy—His Figures Best was ENGAGEMENT PARTY HERE Twenty-five thousand dollars raised at the special town meeting Wednesday as easily as if it had been twenty-five cents. Hardly any opposition was made. Treasurer Charles F. Paine told the town how much was needed and when he put the motion that the town be authorized to borrow such sum or sums of money as would be necessary to pay the bills of the town contracted or to be contracted until the regular meeting in March, the sum not to be greater than $25,000, and to issue the town's negotiable notes for the same, the measure was easily carried. The meeting was called to order by Town Clerk W. H. Sherman and H. D. Wakefield was elected moderator. Mr. Paine when called upon for a statement of the reasons ' making it necessary to borrow money for the purpose set forth in the warrant, said it was not absolutely necessary to borrow a large sum of money as the sele2tmen could issue town orders and these :ould be carried in the bui he did not think that was a good business proposition. He said some of the reasons for the shortage of funds were overdrafts in some of the departments and unpaid taxes, the latter amounting to $11,000, which sum, however, only exceeds by about $1,000 the amount of unpaid taxes at this time a year ago. Mr. Paine stated that it would require a loan of between $7,000 and $8,-000 to square the town's accounts to Jan. r. There is due, he said, about $18,000, on the state tax of $32,000. which must be fJaid by the first of January and there is in the town treasu-ary $1,2.000. Judging from last year it will cost about $20,000 to run the town from Jan. 1 until the annual ♦ meeting in March, so that ^"ith what money was on hand and the taxes that would be paid in. Treasurer Paine was of the opinion that the town could pay its bills until the March meeting by bor-rop'ing $25,000. Comes To Eyrie Lodge After Engagement Of Miss Thorndike The trouble is that in real life the fellow who holds the mortgage on the farm never wants to marry the banks as had been done in past y^rs i old man's daughter. JOE LORRAINE Northeast Harbor Nurseries Successor to The Mt. Desert Nurseries Northeast Harbor, Maine EDWARD KIRK, . . . Proprietor Trees, Shrubs, Herbaceous and Bedding Plants in an endless variety CUT FLOWERS A SPECIALTY Mr. Lorraine is noted as the manufacturer of broad smiles and his program will include comic imitations, dialect songs, hand bell solos, banjo selections, whistling and humorous stories. Refreshments will be a feature of the evening. All men and boys are cordially invited. Music and fun will also be provided by the individual fellows. Mr. Lorraine is a handball umpire in the National League. He will appear at the Otter Creek Y. M. C. A. Monday evening when all, men and women alike, are invited to hear him. ENTERTAINMENT AND BALL An entertainment and ball will be given at the Casino Jan. 8^ 1915 by Wescott's orchestra of eight pieces." The entertairunent includes selections by the orchestra, instrumental and vocal solos and exhibition dancing. Watch for posters. TRY IT SODA J«ÎW!Dœu.gUMPUH 6). WHAT? HATCHET BRAND SODA t ABSOLOmY PURE Guaranteed to give satisfaction. The package with two coupons. Send for our new illustrated premium list. The TwitcheU-Champlm Co. Portland^ Maine bette- advantage. Not only was the Seal Harbor team stopped from scoring, but the locals did much better team work. Emery, while lighter than the rest of the players on the floor, was by far the fastest. He kept the ball away from the Seal Harbor man and kept it well down the floor. With his help. Silk and Suminsby got in some fast scoring in the last part of the game. Grant of Seal. Harbor also showed up in good shape. In the last period he made a number of fine shots, getting back to his man in time to cover him. The first half was started with a goal from the floor by Suminsby,* and Dodge of the visitors came in for his basket in the next play. The score at the end of the half was 10 to 8 for the home t6am. In the last half Grant did the largest part of the work for the Seal Harbor boys. Silk and Suminsby did all the scoring for the local team, but it ^yas on account of the fine passing game put up by the rest of the team. In this half Silk secured five fioor goals with a chance for abput ten more and four goals from the foul line. Suminsby came up for two floor goals. The game ended with the score standing 28 to 22 in favor of the home team. The summary: Y. M. C. A. 2nd S. H. A. A. Silk, rf, 7 (6)............Ig, SulTivan, 1 Suminsby, If, 3............rg, Grant, 4 Karst, c, 1........... .c, B. Dodge (2) Richards, rg. Emery, rg.................If, Spurling Rodick. Ig.............rf, P. Dodge, 6 Score, Y. M. C. A. 2nd, 28, S. ;H. A. A. 22; Referee, Bryant; Scorer, W. Silk; Timer, Joyce'. FRATERNITY BALL PLEASING The fraternity ball given at the Casino Wednesday evening was a very pleasing time for all, and a large niimber were in attendance. The Casino was simpty l)ut attractively dcK^rated, and excellent music for the evening was furnished by Wescott's orchestra which is rapidly gaining favor with the dancers. All the latest steps were in evidenci and although there w^e no solo dances, those in the gallery were kept busy watching the different couples and thm did nop" seem to be many faces wearing the disgusted look, as was the caaa irach a slioit time ago. dence of Dr. and Mrs. Augustus Thorn-dike here, this week following the announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary, to Lyneham Crocker, Harvard '11, son of the late George G. Crocker of Boston. The party came here Saturday evening last and most of the members expect to return to Boston today. Among those who have been here besides the engaged couple are Dr. and Mrs. Thorn-dike, Charles, Augustus and Amory Thorndike, Miss Alice Thorndike, Messrs. Reed Anthony, Fred Lunt, Theodore Storer, William Claflan and the Messrs. Cabot. The Messrs. Claflan and Crocker were obliged to leave Tuesday. A camping. trip to Long Pond was one of the interesting time occupations of the young men of the party. Miss Thorndike, the bride-to-be, like her sister, Miss Alice Thorndike, is a member of the Chilton and Vincent clubs and is an enthusiastic horeswoman. Mr. Crocker, the future groom, is a brother of George G. Crocker, Harvard '99, who married Miss Julia H. Hutchins, and of Courtney Crocker, Harvard '01, who married his cousin, Miss Clara B. 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Several comforta|>le homes iii town that must be sold at once. YOUR CORRESPONDENCE WiLL RECEIVE PROMPT ATtENTi(»i ;