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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - December 2, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine It j Quot i a ii , a a y. A of sis Bilili it Ina ranch m us a in a six a i pipe i Isania a a no Jet Mimir in a Milf Oelz i Island. Feo Rasse Fox re estate. Lott age a flt if rent Rol. It. No 45. Bab my Bobbt Maisto wednesday morning december 1903, five Cekus a Mai int Oiin her. Annm al. Iii my a. To pm lds by the first National Bank bar Harter me. in a imbed kit a own void of loom iii Bahuk. Pm lib and profits 110,000.00 of Iky ibid. General insurance. Real estate Aad Inest films. Eusworth or Harbor me. Loha do Taheb n. Cushman real a st the and instance Law Haws pm ill to. I a it a4th t. We Yowk. The Jewett piano void of Nim a cd a a Babitt Milf n n n Dii d v Dii in Mooha Moally my Rotor ions. While Ita Moa Loal a a Lilly a 8teinway Mason Hamlin tand Ste Newtone . Steinert amp sons co. New England representative Steinert Hall Boston mass. Load f. P. Pray amp sons 4 Cattalo Street bar Harbor Maine j. Miu room Ai i Eim importer or Holiday goods All arrived and the display of table wares Aad Bamber sets nver have been so attract five Repei Englof the a kill and Art of foreign and Domestic markets. O a Arbor. Sale owl Dies Coats suit Sand furs doing their bests that these Rhudien Aie. Their to Sells Gunc Exuby Leloo Tovo atm. Franklin for one week r. H. Kittredge a meats groceries and provisions at wholesale and retail everything for your. Sunday dinner delicious Aroostook turkeys Sweet potatoes fresh celery Cape cod cranberries jellies fruits nuts. All kinds of meats and vegetables. 21 it. Desert Star Harbor me bar Harbor banking and Trust co., mount desert Block bar Harbor. A a capital s60,000.00. Surplus liability of stockholders 800,000.00. It officers trustees of a pair Floii. P. Wiswel j0hn a. Pour sir retd a Lynart Sec f Aua Iris. A red c. Lynam l. B. Vim v�rm4mt a Wasgatt ass tortas. No built Poitr w. H. David. Contractor Buie Der Issri Quot Hibbo Ime. George l. Stebbi is Fulmis Bli Miil lots 01 Sia Cliff drive fir Sil Obiols mss a i incl lob pro Fuos Boli Ariffe v m. V. Young America in All his phases is a interesting study not Only individually because he is Quot Jack s boy Quot but collectively because in years to come he will Sund in our places and upon his Justice Ana Wisdom Wilt depend the welfare of the nation. Education has today become the com Panion of the people. No Ronger is it a Remote condition regarded with Awe and attained by a Lew but a common Quality possessed by most in a degree and dependent upon the individual tor its inti tude. To Day such Are the conditions that education is not so much regarded with Awe As the Lack of it with commiseration. In the present age the Little ones begin to Lay the foundation of a Liberal education while still very Young. At first the line Between work and play is indistinct and irregular. As the wee boy or girl in his Home plays with the gaily Colo Rcd blocks he is curious about the Queerly formed characters on their surface and before ion through their Aid has become familiar with the Alpain the kindergarten work and play Are judiciously intermingled and it is Only in the Public school that work begins to predominate. Even there the Hows Are Short and too much is not expected of the by dding intellect. There Are frequent oases along the a March when friends Are inched to visit the children note their Progress and applaud. These Katie symposiums Are enjoyed quite As much by the participants As by the onlookers evea though the former shake and quake and forget the first line of the at the school Street a trading on wed. Mesday aftem aon. Miss Grace Hayes Grade gave a thanksgiving exercise Aad a number of parents and friends greatly enjoyed the a Nique it Hartert ailment the pleasant to to bespoke the sea. Of the boards were depicted the to Franks i whig Turi Oey up Mikin and other a a Gettiye drs wings. The put form it was heaped Wmk fruit and vegetables which the children had brought to be distributed among the poor and in one Cori Lier was a it Dainty it Ible bearing refreshments. As the opening number the school re cited in Anison Eugene Field s Wyneken Blyn Kea and it Iod Quot and then Sang thanksgiving song. Master Roy Stev a is spoke a verse of Welcome and i title Dorothy Reynolds offered a than los giving prayer very prettily a Quot november Quot was the title of Marie Harvey s verses and Itken three boys told in rhyme what they were thankful for the airy Mountain Quot was by the school and Ruth Chandler recited Quot what thanksgiving Day should Quot tie Happy thank you Day Quot by Lydia Shaw and Quot Jolly thanksgiving Quot by Enid Higgins came next followed with a song by the school Quot once a trap was baited. Ruth Franklin s selection was Quot the magic Vine Quot and she rendered it very Dick by telling of How she planted a seed a Vine grew had a of her inst be Surprise when it bore Quot a Jack o lantern and great pumpkin Sherman Reynolds spoke Quot what thanksgiving brings Quot and the school Sang a gesture a Ong Quot left Riika Quot Little a a Giddy told about she thanksgiving Turkey Mary Beswick spoke of Jack o a at in Quot and inc Ochoa. Sang their Quot do. Ire me master William Morrison a selection was Quot a Littie pumpkin Vine Quot and the gave it Vry pleasingly. The last recitation was Quot the pumpkin pie Quot by Agnes o Neil and the exercises closed with the singing of America by the school. Miss Haynes assisted by Olive Cleaves and Merle Sleeper Ihen served the refreshments to the visitors and pupils. After a few words from the teacher the school was dismissed until Friday. Every number it of the program was Well earned out. Tic ii were unaffected by glad to Welcome their visitors and did their very Best to entertain them. As the Lille band said Good night and grouped out faces were beaming with satisfaction and it seemed that there is much truth in the poem that says Quot do your Best your very Best do it every annoying to Many. If a not 00. Are these whistles la of Bidetti but shun no engines Are pro Wirtl with Mure is to Deaden the sound Eliex Hawist to amp Pilland which has a number of great freight Yards no whistle can be sounded after six o clock p. M., and in Lilian cities of the Middle West notably Oveland and Detroit the sound of a steam whistle from either a locomotive or stationary engine Ai a signal for beginning or ending work is visited with a heavy Fine and in certain cases with imprisonment if thousands Iden can be called techs Ether by the rail oils at the beginning of the working Day and dismissed at is end without the sound old a steam whistle Why Are these offensive signals necessary to Call together and to Send Lime factory operatives in the old town of Salem or. Morse declares that on a recent night Between ten and eleven o clock eighty three separate whistles were counted Many of them of piercing intensity. Or. Morse enumerates a number of towns in which Laws have been passed making it a criminal offence to sound a steam whistle except in cases of extreme danger or imminent collision. Visitors to Venice during the last be have been shocked by hearing floating Over the quaint canals of that picturesque old City the shrieks of a Quot Siren Quot at morning and evening. This particular kind of whistle ought never to be allowed and the use of All steam whistles ought to be greatly Ruso Cieu. Their use in Many communities is another example of the Long suffering patience of americans which makes them the victims of All kinds of Outlook. Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale. Office bar Hamb ii Maine. Stables burned. Nil cast Harbor is a Rifted by a Goola Galion severe the nuance of noisy steam whistles again set Forth. Or. Edwards Morse whose charming description of certain japanese habits and manners the Outlook commented up a editorially several years ago As affording a Model which americans might Well follow has been protesting in the Boston Herald against one of the unnecessary and growing discomforts of modern life the persistent blowing of steam whittles of All kinds and at All hours of the Day. It is Well known that a great Deal of the noise made by locomotives steamboats conveyances of i every kind and by factory whistles and Bells i a wholly unnecessary nuisance. In Boston Plum Are certain a fact sections of Railroad track on which a a who thing al gals am permit Tod. To the biggest fire that Northeast Harbor has Ever experienced caused a heavy loss of property there last week when the two livery stables owned respectively by Edwin Atwood and Joseph Corson together with the dwelling House of the former were destroyed by fire. Or. Aswood s stable was a comparatively new building commodious and thoroughly Well equipped. There were no horses in the stable As they had All been put oat for the Winter. He lost some carnage harness Robes whips and All the stable paraphernalia. There was an to trance of $2000 on the stable and $3000 on she contents. Two horses and a cow were in or Corson s stable at the time of the fire and they were saved but the flames destroyed the other contents including thirty carriages harness Etc. The dwell ii was valued at about 1000, and on this there was an insurance of $500. The stable was insured for5o, the contents tor 500. The fire was discovered Between i and o clock on saturday morning and the department was on the scene promptly rendering efficient service. Through the strenuous efforts of the firemen the cottage owned by or. Atwood situated Twenty or thirty feet from the Center of the conflagration was saved from destruction. The new main and the hydrants hich have recently been put in greatly facilitated the work. The origin of the tire is Unk town although several conjectures regarding it have been made. Mrs. Corson on going to the door tuesday evening Quot saw a strange Man skulking about the premises and lie promptly disappeared when he saw her. Wood thieves have caused con a durable annoyance in the Vicinity recently and it is thought that one of them while helping himself from the pile near the stable May have drop ted a spark from his pipe. Louse lots for Sale on easy terms Shannon property. On ledge Lawn Avenue. On Waldron Road. On Glen Mary Boad. On Cedar Lane. On Cromwells Harbor Road. Apply to j. F. Hodgkins 27 a fast Street. Much to be feared that by so doing she has Given scoffers a Chance to scoff and placed obstacles in the Way of millions whose tender feet had just been set in the path toward happiness and easily earned foes. The incident fills us with sincere sorrow. Quot Christian science Quot has Long been an unfailing source of Opportunity for comment when other topics lacked but if its Best trained representatives Are go ing to illustrate in this deplorable Way the utter failure of its Protection in moments of apparent need the Spring must be running dry. The cases of homicide did no harm since they could always be explained away or put on the shoulders of the victims but when a Quot Reader Quot has cat fits Over a broken window the whole system Falls to pieces. Baptist convention is expected to speak next sunday. Tried and found wanting. Lille disposed As we Are to criticise Quot Christian science Quot or its followers says a he new York , a of duty imposes the painful task of calling attention to something More than a slight element of inconsistency in the conduct of mrs. W. Ii. Baldwin an add site with All the glorious Eminence that goes with the Posi Tion of Quot Reader Quot in the House of denial on sixth eighth Street. On thursday evening there took place what darkened and ignorant minds would have taken for a stoning of the Home of this enlightened one and certain windows claimed to be broken. Of course no such things happened really for stones houses and windows have no part in the eternal actualities and the very idea that anything done to or with such shadowy Delus ions could Hift anybody is a wild Absurdity to the erudite and superbly Calm philosophers duly trained in the one True Faith. But did mrs. Baldwin demonstrate these Noble truths alas and a a she did to she did t she viewed the flying missiles and the crashing Glass with an entirely mortal Eye showed All the common and unnecessary evidence of weak fear India led in an Able assortment of hysterics and sent for the police a Saye her from enemies that could not possibly Haye Hurt this a did not once but twice in a single evening and it is y. C a. Notes. Work on the building extensions is progressing rapidly and it is expected that the whole will be ready for occupancy about december twentieth. When Complete the building will be one of the Best in the state. The gymnasium will a com Odate Large classes and ample spaces provided for Basket Ball Volley Ball and other popular games. The galleries on the North end and along school Street will seat Over 200. The gymnasium floor will be 40x65 feet and additional space is provided for Bowling alleys. The front addition on it desert Street provides two handsome rooms which will be reserved entirely for the senior membership. The association has been fortunate in securing the services of we. R. Weeks As physical director. Or. Weeks has spent three years at Yale where he made a special Stuch of this work under drs. Seaver and Anderson and later graduated from the Chautauqua summer school of physical culture. He has served As physical instructor at the University of North Carolina and Harvard school of Chicago. On account of the additions to the building the regular work of the association has been delayed. The various committees will meet this week and plans will be made for a Large work this year. Interest in the men s meetings sunday afternoons at 3.30 is Well sustained Good audiences during the past two sundays have been addressed by Irenr a a it rat iry Jordan of Bangor and Prim i i oss of the High school. Rev. I. I Tower of Waterville slate Secretary 01 Ilie Maisie Home and abroad thousands of lives were lost during the typhoon which recently swept Over South Etc China. Fully four Hundred Junks were struck and at least. Three Hundred were Dos lives m is. A Jay them drifted about for Days their occupants suffering from thirst and hunger. The naval ships rescued a Large number. The advocacy of the Brooklyn Eagle for his nomination As president by the democratic party has elicited a communication from Grover Cleve land. In a letter to or. A Fusca. Kelway ithe editor of the Eagle of. Cleveland expresses himself As extremely grateful for the kindness shown him but states in emphatic terms that he shall never again become the nominee of any party for the presidency the Eagle will now give its support to Alton b. Parker at present chief judge of the court of appeals of new York. St. Petersburg is suffering from the effects of a flood which has caused almost More damage than the one of owing to the intense cold Psi Siuro. A the factory Quarter Over 20,000 people have been driven into the streets Many of them losing All their possessions. At Ronstadt the destruction of property Tias been very heavy. Rafts and barges on the River were smashed and much live Stich drowned. Cof were washed from Graves and floated away. The authorities Are doing All possible to relieve the distressed. Five thousand dollars has been by the Czar in Aid of the sufferers $ has recognised tic Rei Lilic of i Anama As a Sovereign and Index Cid ent state. A Kentucky Lay willed two men Tully wounded .1 third and injured another the result of a family iid. I he Academy of music in Limo Ollyn n. V. destroyed by tue . Ii then lives were lost Thuu ii men severely injured and one drive it a t i i this season. Nuggets of news. Hardy Perl plants. Order and Plant them now. The Arlor to Luis Are planted the better will be the refi ult. Write i of Price list. The mount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. Bar Harbor Maine repairing at Sawyer s. On Fine Waiches French clocks Diamond jewelry. Old Jewely renovated re Gilt and made like new. Old Gold last iii Exchange for goods or .1 a repairs. Jewelry mfg. To ort for. Jul Olaf cd Suee essof Quot to a no of Mew 1 ally a. Pm Moore William l. Pierce to William Lumb amp of. Plum Kifle steam hot water heating lft7maintt. By Haw on. I aim. Simiu twi it to to in enact aaa to it la Tom of i Mim. Hot Briw in atm wet ave Len . Row pts Vlee get Maui reef

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