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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - April 8, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Degrasse Fox but Dan Jug insurance broker the leading county paper and the Only society Jour Ial on flaunt desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent a. A a he vol. 17, no. Ii bar Harbor. , wednesday evening april so 1903. Five Centa j a Rodick president. Thomas so Abb Guhier. Auth cd , vice president the first National Bank bar Harbor me. Fully equipped tor every kind of legitimate banking. It Wal �50 000 00 . Up iii. A ctn Ian a j. . . Henry a la Loid surplus and profits 10,000.00 Cus h. Wood. Geo. . Correspondence invited. Several Nice cottages for rent at Hancock Point. Also a few very desirable Shore lots for Sale. I ease address the Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents look Diot Anoe Thone. Bar Harbor or Geo. H. Grant co. General insurance real estate investments Ellsworth bar Harbor me Long distance Telephone. Searls amp Carter at first Nat l Bank brokers for ber Harbor. Tue to a it to x. A a in Eit piano co. Boston Hau. Dear sir a 1 bad t>a�r4 of us mod Erful qua iii a of Melon Moa. Bat i m Novar conv Siead of tit or up Montjar Quattl i my of Zaiac re no Nam . In thu in num yen Tavo hmm Dod in pm. Bini a a Noil Aad a a Boom ton a it a a Oumi resp Onam Cyloa two a Lutitia. A mob to Meta tit Typ of Inaten Wiit i Monera Nuutt you on your Doc Casa in a the of and Bas you to a capt Tea Mau Roca of 17 Baat Vert Ian Foura vary sincare pianos pianola and aeolian for Sal and to rent in Ftp was and other first Glass pianos Damn total to Bent at Beas Nabie prices. St Ert sons company the most reliable piano and Mumblo Voase in the world. Cottage Street bar Harbor Maine with messes. F. P. Pray a co. Livery boarding a Quot Isale stable first Glass rigs of every kind by the hour Day week or season. Prompt services Good horses. Terms trim vehicles intelligent Drivers. e. Foster proper. West Street bar h. Kittredge ii meats groceries and provisions. At wholesale and retail. In order to meet the requirements of the times and to accommodate my numerous patrons 1 have recently remodeler a part of my store thereby making a commodious and modern meat Market it will be fully equipped and in charge of a Man acquainted with the business. The Market will be run in connection with my grocery business which will be of advantage to my patrons.21 it. Desert st., bar Harbor me. The swimming club bar Harbor me. I i r i 1 f \ a f k 4 Eisei Aai amp in it Kex. A a. A a swy a the swimming Pool which is pictured above is comply. Ted and fully p us or. It is All ready Lor use now but will be More enjoyable with a hot july Sun overhead. It has been thoroughly built of Cement masonry which is of a lasting nature. Now so far As a swimming Pool is concerned there is nothing to be desired but it is certainly obvious to All that other things Are necessary to make it the pleasure resort the directors desire. The greatest need is a Ball room and now that sprouls s no More a lunch room is al most As crying a need. To have these added luxuries More Money is needed and surely there Are those who would gladly subscript a a were they asked and there Are others who intend to subscribe but have neglected doing so. If these will but Manifest their intentions and use their influence to induce others to join them the Ideal conditions the directors have in mind May become a fact and they be Able to give to Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale. Office bar Harbor Maine. Deserving of congratulations on the successful outcome. The line up for Friday night was As follows bar Harbor i angor h. F. Carter capt . Watson capt Merrill Hewer 1 f. Mewes a. Carter c. Dugan la Fink 1. G. Mills Small r. G. Mall score bar Harbor 26, Bangor 2. Watson referee Smith Umpire Cleaves time keeper Adams scorer. The yachting season. The Herreshoff Are building a new class of fliers for bar Harbor races. The pleasure Seker at bar Harbor an Ideal place of meeting for All kinds of amusement centrally located on the Hinckley property of which they have an advantageous lease for a term of years. There will be Bath houses pavilions Tennis courts Grill room and All the Etc Teras that will perfect the practical plans of those interested. About six thousand dollars is the sum needed to bang this about and if it is subscribed at once the Plant will be completed and ready for use Early in june. Perhaps those who have already subscribed will be willing to take some additional Stock in order to have the whole thing in readiness for this coming season. If this appeals to you subscriptions May be sent to the record or preferably to the treasurer of the swimming club Edward b. Mears bar Harbor. A stockholder is entitled to membership in the club and among those who have already availed themselves of this privilege Are a. Bleecker Banks. Pm. Lawrence Green. Edgar Scott. Cgeorge s. Bowdoin. Joshua m. Sears. William c. Whitney. A. C. Barney. John j. Emery. James b. Markoe. Clement b. Newbold. Joseph pulitzer. Thomas h. Hubbard a. J. Davis. Charles Fry. A. Howard Hinkle. W c. Alison. Edward b. Mears. Emily m. Price. Margaret t. \ an West. Mrs. C. K. Wright. Edward Morrell. K. Hall Mccormick. Mrs. Frederick Joy. William Lawrence. Waldron hates. U. C. Blair. The officers Are Prest Ilcent. Wll Llam k a. Ill hit k 1 an Kab. Lawkin e a Okki Augustus c. Gurnee. Henry k. Hatfield. John Hubbard. Herbert Laques. Frances Jones. Louise Kate King. Walter g. Ladd. Anne Pierrepont Luquer. Dave h. Morris. Anna Peabody. Horace s. Stokes. Henrietta c. Wilkins. Samuel Megargee Wrig it. We. E. Dodge. Uriel h. Crocker. Mrs. L Riel h. Crocker. Mrs. Henry f. I mock Mary Cadwalader junes. Beatrix Jones. Mary. 11. . Morris i inn Treitli. Casio iii i t a. Moore. Herl not i Irons. Charlotte in Neliton. Edit find iii Ali twin it. J i itch. In i w. W. Seely. Mrs. W. W. Seely. Elizabeth d. Seely. Grace e. Seely. Helen Seely. Quot Ohn Madison Taylor Ames Ross Todd is. James Koss Todd. A. J. Cassatt. Mary in. Jackson. Gertrude pm hot. Louise Dekoven Howen. Sibyl e. Hubbard. Richard w. Hale. Agnes Carpenter. Phillip Livingston. Cornelia prime. Herbert m. Sears. Mos k. E. I iii hot. Rosenh t. Bow ii. Sibyl f. Ilii Jbard. Annav Hubb a i. Lomeii Hinic e. Bardi iii Sherman. A Meri Mill to h rank wifi Niit Quot Knitli. The coming season promises to be one of the most interesting seasons for yachting that bar Harbor has seen for years. It is said that with All their other work the past Winter the Herreshoff have built a new bar Harbor class which will play an important part in the yacht racing program of the year. These boats Are of one design and fourteen or fifteen have been finished or Are now being completed. They Are to be owned by prominent members of the new York yacht club and others residing at the Maine resort during the summer who will race them most of the season for valuable prizes. The boats Are Between thirty one feet and thirty two feet on the water line and about forty nine feet Over All. They Are keel yachts and will draw something like 7 feet 6 inches. They have Cabin House and transoms May be turned into births. Told Mats will be Given them and they will have a double head Rig. The class May become quite As far ous in the future As the Newport thirties Quot also from the Herre Shofnis have been the last seven years. It will be noticed that the boats Are of one design. When completed they will be drawn for by lot so in the races the results will depend largely upon the skill of those who sail them rather then up on the boats themselves. Where is the world going ? through what perils nobody can guess perhaps none at ally and impelled by s Force As mysterious As that which Prev the unfortunate ship in the arabian in Glitz to be wrecked on the Mountain of Adamant it is this strange voyage of the sur. Anal its worlds through the unexplored Ocea i of immensity that the californian Astron omers have gone to South America to investigate. Now the Piccine object of the expedition to Chili is to examine the Light of the Southern stars from which Wear frying away. They have been much less studied than have the Northern stars to which we Are drawing nearer. It is As if the people on the Bow of a ship after watching for a Long time the effects of their approach to objects ahead should visit the Stern in order to note the recession of objects behind. Through a combination of such observations the Speed and direction of the ship s motion could be deduced. But there Are Many other absorbing by interesting questions relating to the organisation of the universe and our place and rank in it which will be brought nearer to solution by the Success of the exploration of the Southern heavens now beginning a Garret Serviss in Collier s weekly. St. Saviours Church in. Are Udini \ h s o r 1. 1mi\\ i i 15. My Alo la mud e i ii a let e i i Vav k / a ii my a is. I. .\1 a i 11 x i \ 1 a n 1 i i us k i j 1 s. Mrs. Florence Maybrick. After repeated Faure efforts for her release proves successful. and examine my new line of table and floor cloths and linoleum they Are All new and up to Date and the prices Are right. A next week i shall show an excellent line of baby carriages go carts and boys wagons a. Sherman 14 cottage at Sawyer s ion Fine watches French clocks dii Nond jewelry. Old jew thy renovated re gilded Ajmir made like hew. Old Gold taken in Exchange for goods or repaire jewelry mfg. To order. Mores jewelry store 98 main st. Mrs. Florence Maybrick the american woman who was convicted at Liverpool in 1ss9, on the charge of poisoning her husband James Maybrick at Aigburth by arsenic and whose sentence of death was commuted to penal servitude for life will be released in 1904. The announcement comes from the Home office at London which authorizes her Washington lawyers to use the fact of her release next year As a reason for securing the postponement of the trial of the lawsuits bearing on the prison or u in Terest in lands in Kentucky Virginia and West Virginia Mitil she is Able to personally testify. Those who Are in a position to know say that Home Sec. Akers Douglas has shown great Courtesy in connection with the suits now pending in America that the decision to release mrs. Maybrick was entirely due to efforts on this Side of the Atlantic and that ambassador Herbert has never been called upon to act in this Mauer. Mrs. Maybrick who was miss Florence Elizabeth Chandler and a member of a Well known and prosperous Southern tam ily was married july 27, 1881,in st. James Church Piccadilly to James Maybrick of Liverpool. She was then 18 years of age vivacious and Beautiful and a social favorite. Her husband was Over 49 years old. In the Spring of 1889 Maybrick became ill and in a few Days he died. His Brothers investigated his death and charged mrs. Maybrick with the murder of her husband. A London trial followed and a number of doctors swore or. Maybrick died of Arsenical poisoning. The defence proved that for 20 years or. Maybrick had been a confirmed arsenic eater that he daily took doses that would have killed a dozen Ordinary men. Mrs. Maybrick was eventually sentenced to death by the judge sir Fitzjames Stephen who spoke for two Days a charging the jury and who said it was impossible for them to find her guilty in the face of the medical evidence. He died some time later in a mad Bouse. From the time of mrs. Maybrick s conviction her Mother the Baroness a. Von Roques has been unremitting in her at tempts to obtain n the prisoners , in which she has been aided by influential friends on both sides of the Atlantic. In i to after the death of lord a Ussel of Killowen chief Justice of i a land a letter which he had written to mrs. Maybrick in 1s.j5 wis discovered. It Slio cd that the eminent lawyer was convinced that she ought never to have been convicted and it has been generally understood that All american ambassadors to the court of st. James have done everything possible to obtain mrs. Maybrick s Pardon. Had she not been Able to testify in the suits pending in the i United states. Maybrick and her Mother would have lost All title and interest in Over 2,500,000 acres of land in Kentucky v Irginia and West \ in iii valued at about 57.500,000. California astronomers go to Chili in search of the Earth s destination. An importance which relatively few persons Are aware of attaches to an expedition which has just gone to Chili from the lick l ser Valory in c Alifornia. Its of inject is to find out Whittier a arc ill bound. Lucr body has heard tie solar system is s Virtly flying Tow aril tin Nottoli it is plunging a tight that carries More than forty three Oliou Kaiui Miles Strai i it through the elder every Lumuir of the Day and night. It is a motion has Noth int Odwith the Earth s annual revolution about the Sun. As it part \ i n it that revolution from car Yin the e. Ick turn and turn to the spot Pace. In truth we never it Back in e Sanie place. Very new year comes in with the Globe at a Point More than three inn dred million Miles nearer to a very by a Northern Star named \ Erga than it a year earlier. As far As the evidence now in hand goes the tight of the Sun Tow Aid the North is As Straig it As that of an Ari Tjw but the path described Liy the Earth since it is compelled All the while to Circle round and Rounel the flying Sun is a great spiral. And thu Ivy Oniwa a rii Oving continually into new regions running. Letter from the Rector to his parishioner regarding Good Friday Observance. My dear parishioners you have undoubtedly noticed upon the lenten card that on Good Friday we Are to have meditations upon the Cross and passion of our blessed lord during the hours of his crucifixion from 12.00 the. 3.00 M. Quot it is believed that no one who has once taken part in a devotional Conj me oration of the crucifixion would willingly pass Cood Friday without it. Whert else would one spend those three sacred hours save in the House of god and hot else save in meditation and prayer ? those who can not remain through the whole service May leave during the singing of any one of the hymns. This service is attended throughout the country no Only by our own Church people but by members of All denominations who flock to the Church on this the most solemn a to the year and spend the Lime in Media lion Mastim and prayer. 1 Jill glad to commend this a Eivir n the p., Opelc of l a 1 lir Hor id feel sure thai it will prove .1 reat to those who Alu my it. The i its of to i. Palish will timid it .1 Valvil l . For Ilu ii i a Lei Loi Munu i iii runs the depth of his in a. Even in his place pm iha . Onini-4 with tie off int of then Selve the i souls Airi bodies did Grinj. Ing tie 11 oils of their Lii Levi iii mph ii i in at the Teet of inc risen t Irist. I list uttering on r i a it tin Carl acct i Iti Uii of the i idly i at 7 a the late al 10. Will t of tor l i n. Csan missions. We Coal Ril used so for this Sis and i ask the to make an offering if j so that like if m is Sioui Nav ii of this Fiorin is. Saviours Muir. I. .\i.i\k1 i us it your til ive iii on tor Quot Llis missionary work. W Shinji you .1 bless in and .1 Hap y i Istir believe my a Loci y our pc iii. . l l a m san. Local Basket Ball. Y. M. C. A. Team defeats Bangor team at the Casino. The the fact that the local m. C. A. Possesses one of the fastest teams in the state was amply demonstrated when the Bangor and bar Harbor n a. C. Teams met at the Casino Viday evening. Notwithstanding wind and rain about 300 people were present. The preliminary Lime by middies was won by capt. Wakefield s team score of 15 to o. When the association teams lined up both were Given a Good reception. After a few minutes playing it was apparent that Bangor was clearly outclassed. The Home team excelled in every feature of the game. The exhibition of team work in passing and guarding was excellent. Bangor Seldom had the Ball and their men were too closely guarded to score. At the end of the first half the score was 16 to 2 in favor of bar Harbor. No changes were made in the lineup for the second half and the score stood 26 to 2. This was a fitting Ose to a successful season for the Home team and bar Harbor holds second place in the state being Defeated by Portland Only. The season has shown that bar Harbor is capable of putting up and supporting a team that is a credit to the town. The games have been remarkably free from rough playing. Captain Harold Carter and his men Are the mount desert nurseries we. Miller manager. Canada hard Wood ashes and Swift Lowell ground Bone for lawns and crass lands. Wood us lies of Good a Utility contain the greater part of the essential elements of Plant food in thi in Btl form and in Large Quantity besides increasing markedly the moisture holding capacity of soils. V Uahle when used alone they form with Bone uie Ai a Complete and excellent manure for lawns and grass lands which besides the Rich growth it gives has the great advantages of being wholly free from Weed seed easily applied and free from of enslave odor. Our Wood ashes Are unleashed thoroughly scribe Ned and the Best to be obtained. Prices upon application. The office and greenhouses Aie upon Schooner Heair Road and have Telephone connections. George l. 8tebbins. Cottages for rent. Building lots on sea Cli tia a off Loea Seal Harbor me., and 102 produce Exchange n. Y . Vi.1 v

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