Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
28 Nov 1900

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28 Nov 1900

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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - November 28, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine A ,. Of. 19��. 8 or of Chap tbsp a a a i v a tear up that Pluck of Rux p i or. Miss st la Moreton is a Fine old Eli in Othan Hou standing on Hsing Grousl. As we can \ it Quot a tie straight Btu Twer i two rows of ancient fantastic ii by . D hollies i was impressed by the that a Lile nity of the place which was n u 1. Nod a is we Drew up before u great a in i 1 Lonnay and were us tiered into n is 1k\11 supported by massive pillars of i veil White Stone. A roaring log fire in til a immense fireplace threw a Ruddy glow i v. R the Long array of Armor and Kmil 1111 weapons which lined the Walls Iund iii Ulo the Pale Winter Twilight out Sido a a k Bleak indeed. Charles emerge in and Graceful out of an sex qui it a Ulf tor sauntered up to Tho fire Ami asked where sir George Dan vers was a i to stood inside the wide fire Lari. Leaning against one of the pillars Wip ported the towering White Bono Chimney piece covered with heraldic designs and Coats of arms he looked n wort tiler representative or an ancient race than i fear he really was. Quot so they have put the stage at that end in front of the pillars Quot he remarked nodding at a wooden erection. Quot quite right. I could not have placed it bettor myself. What Broom sir George is in the drawing room Rajie and Tea As i perceive is going on at this moment. I onic col. and we followed the Butler to the drawing room. I am not a person who easily becomes confused but i must own i did get confused with the Large party into the midst of which we were now ushered. I soon made out sir George Danvers a Delic Ite but irascible looking old gentleman who received me with dignified Cordi Mility but returned Charles Greet in it Wah a be in formality and coldness Vilich i was pained to see family stir it Tion being in my opinion the chief by. In i of a truly Happy Home. Charles i already knew and with the second Bon Ralph a Ruddy smiling Young Man with any amount of White Teeth 1 had no diff Mculty but after that i became hopelessly involved. I was introduced to an elderly lady Ilioiu i addressed for the rest of the i i iii As lady Danvers Mitil Charles i mentioned trat his Mother was if id and that until the deceased wife s m to r ill was passed he did not Antici pay Miljat his aunt Mary would take .11 herself Tho position of Stepmother to h i of a Diane Nei hews. Tho severe Illi ily lady then who beamed so i. 11\ upon Ralph and regarded Charles Puli Mali Manifest coldness was their mint lady Mary Cunningham. I 11 known sir John slightly in her v Luigi she said As she graciously made fur to on her sofa and she exd a very proper degree of regret at lii hidden death considering that Holia not been a personal Friend in any or. A a it All have our faults col. Middle to ii Quot said lady Mary with a gentle kir i which dislodged a Little Colony of Enimio Frum the front of her dress. Quot sir a Quot Lin like the rest of us was not exp iii to Iliouch i have no doubt the soft Cirii influence of age would done i iii i since i knew him to smooth acer a tics of character which were info Stu ii icly Intro higly marked in his Early i liti evidently not known sir John ills later years. As the continued to talk in this Strain i idea voted to make out which of Tho Yoi i ladies present was the one to whom a Ralph w is engaged. I was undecided fish to which it was of the two to whom i had already been introduced. Girls ays seem to me so very much alike is i la rally pretty girls and these were Ijo tii of them pretty. I do not mean that Tivey resembled each other in the least for one was dark and one was fair Quot it which was miss Aurelia Grant Ralph s Fiancee and which waa miss Evelyn Derrick a Cousin of the family it Oxild not make out until later in the evening when i distinctly saw Ralph Tho fair one in the picture gallery Quot i gtd i instantly came to the conclusion that she was the one to whom he was engaged. 1 asked Charles if i were not right its to stood in front of the Hall Ere before Tho rest of the party had assembled for dinner and he told toe that i had indeed it the Nail on the head in this instance though tor his own part he never Laid much stress Wakelf in such an occurrence having Tomid it prove misleading in the extreme to Quot draw any conclusion from it he Forth informed me that iss Derrick wat the Yoong lady with dark hair who had poured out Tea and whom he hud lavish by with some of his conversation Afaro. I admired to a e. As did Charles who had Nev see a Piaf tire ii Stivin jaw before in Radii Jug hit we a Charm Duff Little in Kim a Owler Befts a it edit ind a Pink had White complexion off a of an Irish a cent Wpm him . Charl Witald he Imd fear a ample a ion in it it pm m Tomk Mcuay Vii done tui tue Ohio eng we trim Ftp i tim. I did not a quite Eatock his Maun any but it Oertl info we a Beautiful Gomel iii had then a he was so Bright a of rely and showed Sach pretty Utah Teeth when she naked she was Quoita dough Tinl. I did not wonder at Ralph s being so much in love with bar and Charles agreed with me. Quot there is nothing Tytko a Good complexion he Remar iced gravely. Quot one May be led away to like a Pale girl with a mind for a time but for permanent Domestic happiness give me a Good complexion mid a dimple Quot he added As if it were Jin afterthought. Quot i feel i could not bestow my Best affections on a woman without a dimple. Yes in de do Ralph has chosen now i do not agree with Clarles there As i have always considered that a woman should have a certain amount of mind just enough in fact to enable her to appreciate a Superior one. I said As much to Charles but he Only laughed and Siirid it was a subject on which opinion had always varied. A a How did he meet her Quot i inquired. Quot on Tho Rigi last summer Quot said thales. Quot i am thinking of going there myself next year. Lovely orphan sat by lady Mary at table d Hote. Read tracts a resented by lady Mary. Made acquaintance. Lovely orphan s travelling com minion or governess discovered to be live sister of defunct travelling companion or governess of Idy Mary. Result warm Friendship Ralph like a Dutiful Nephew appears on the scene. Fortnight of Fine weather. Interesting expeditions. Romantic attachment cemented by Diamond and Pearl ring from Hunt amp to Skelps. There is Tho whole Story for Evelti Derrick joined Usas he finished speaking. She was a tall Graceful girl gentle and dignified in manner with a Pale refined face. She was pretty in a Way but not to compare to Aurelia. Evelti had an anxious look about her too. Now i do not approve of a girl looking gave she ought to be Bright Sod Happy with a smile for every one. It is All very Well for us men who have Tho work of the world to do to look grave at times but with women it is different and a woman Jil ways looks her do st when show Milan to least i think so. Then Aurelia came Down perfectly dazzling in White Satin then sir Georgo then Ralph giving an to lady Mary who suffered from rheumatism in her foot. Then came the Gong and there was a Rustle Down of Mure i eople Young and old friends of Tho family who had come to act or to see their sons and daughters act. As i never could get even their names right i shall not attempt to give any account of them especially As they Are not of in Ortance in any Way. After dinner on entering the drawing room i found that great excitement prevailed among the ladies respecting sir John s jewels. About his sad Fate and costly legacy they All seemed fully informed. I had myself almost forgotten the reason of my visit in my interest in my new surroundings not having even As yet Given up the jewels to sir George Danvers or Ralph but at Tho urgent request of All the ladies at once Ralph aged me to bring them Down to to seen and admired then and there before the rehearsal began. Quot they will All be yours you know Quot Ralph said to Aurelia. Quot of n shall Wear them on your wedding Quot you Aro always talking about being married Quot said Aurelia with a Little pout Quot i wish you would try and think of something else to Sav. I was Quitty looking Forward to it until i Camo Here and new i am Nile Pinto tired of it Ralph laughed Deli a tech and sir George reminding i me that everyone wan dying of anxiety himself due lulled i ran upstairs to take Tho Brown Bat from around my neck and in a few minutes returned with it in my hand. They were All waiting for me lady Miry drawn up in an chair beside an Ebony table on Wlsh a Small space near her had been cleared Charles Ahme holding rather aloof sipping his cot fee with his Back to the tire. Quot Don t Jostle Quot he said As they All crowded round me. Quot Evelyn let to beg of you not to Elbow Forward in the it unbecoming manner. Observe How aunt Mary restrains herself. Take time Middleton your Coffee in getting cold. Won t you drink it first Quot As he finished speaking i turned the contents of the bag upon the table. The jewels in the Bright lamplight seemed to Blaze and bum into the Ebony of Tho table. There was a general gasp a silence and then a chorus of admiration. Charles came up behind me and looked Over my shoulder. Quot Good gracious Quot said lady Mary solemnly. Quot Ralph you Are a Rich Man. Why Mino Are nothing to them Quot and she touched a Diamond and Emerald necklace on her own neck. Quot i never know poor sir John had so much Good in Quot of Ralph Ralph Quot cried Aurelia clasping her Little hands with a deep sigh. Quot and will they really be my very own Quot Ralph assured her that they would and Liat Slio should act in them Tho following night if she liked. I think there was not u woman present who did not envy Aurelia As Ralph took up a flashing Diamond Crescent and held it against her fair hair. I saw Evelyn turn away and begin to tear up a Small piece of paper in her hand. To men Aro very jealous of each other especially the Nice by which i mean the pretty ones i was sorry to see jealousy so plainly marked in such a charming looking girl As Evelyn but women Aro All the same about jewels. Aiu Lia blushed and sparkled and pouted when the Asp caught in her hair and Shook her Little head impatiently and was altogether in chiming. After burst of admiration had sabsi4 gun. Marat a an old Indian offi Owr who had bees somewhat in the mar Camo no a a a looked Long at tha glittering mass non the table. Quot Arey Odaware be said at last to Ralph pointing to the Crescent Quot that those diamonds Ard of enormous value i have not seen Suomi stones in any shop in London. I dare not say what that one Crescent alone is Worth or that Emerald. Bracelet. Jewels of such value As this Are a give he stood shaking Hiis head a Little and turning the Crescent in his hand. Wonderful Quot he said Quot wonderful i to not tear up that piece of Rice paper. Miss Derrick Quot he added taking it from her. A the Crescent was wrapped in it and i will put it round tag iii. All th339 Stonos want polishing and Many of their resetting. They ought not to a tumbled together this Way in a bag with nothing to prevent them scratching each other. See Ralli hero is a clasp broken and Here Are some look stones and this Star has no clasp at All. You must Talie them up to some trustworthy jeweler and them thoroughly looked "1 sep Post tao second son was a socially mention of i. Middleton Quot a iid Charles As i Drew bade to let the rest handle and Admire. Quot of course Quot s ii 1 tidy m iry slip reply Quot and n very fortunate the iii Quot very of ,&Quot to replied. Quot it is really pro Vii it that i am what i am Why i i 4mt have the j dear boy s pros if i had Pai 1 my till v n Bill and i v 1 i i that country aug orig the buttercups . A a my dear aunt As i see Yon Are Abou to Rotmark Ivov All Tain s h a below w in i t Iether for Good Quot Quot i was Noi it to Rem in c airy Teliin of the Rev led lady Mary drawing Hei self u Quot out Quot she added is Ito fully Quot i do not feed tiie s rejoiced at Ralph s i Ood Fortune Ai d Pri Writy when i tace. A i often Dot in Lui Odly Flom Ishing like a Ufi Een a Kiy Quot of course Quot said Charles Slivkin his head Quot if that is your own experience i Bow before it. But for my own part i must confess i have not found it so. Flourish like a Green Bay tree no aunt Marit is a fallacy. They do t. Lam Bure i Only wish they did. Bat i see the reheat Sal is beginning. A i give you an to the Hall Quot the offer was entirely disregarded and it was with the help of mine that lady Mary retired from an une Jual cont at which she never seemed Able to insist provoking anew and a which she was invariably worsted c using her As i could sea to regard Charle i with the concentrated Bitt mess of which a severely Good woman alone is Cai Able. 1 soon perceived that Charles was on the same amicable terms with his father that t any Rai cd inc and that it was evidently Only with a View to keep it iii up appearances that he Ever invited to Tho paternal roof at All. Between Tho Brothers Hov Ever in Kopito of 80 much to est Aniie them a certain kind Linek of Mcelin seemed to exist which was hardly to Irive been expected under the circumstances j he rehearsal now began and sir George Danvers vrho had remained to Hind to put by Tho jewels and lock them up in his Strong Box among his papers Camo and sat Down by me a Ain thanking me for taking charge of them though i assured him it had been very Little trouble. Quot not much trouble in a trips but a great responsibility Quot by Courte . Quot a Hildier sir George Quot 1 reply it Vith a slight smile Quot Becony s Early inured to the i Avest res it on ability. It is the air it is As a a att it r of to trolling to shh. Yon my judge Beth or or not the Ash is done by trying with a bin knife if the Flash easily divides from the Bone when it will be ready to remove from the water. If left in the water too Long it loses its Flrm-tl68i. It should simmer not boil As Ottem a the outside will break before the inner part is cooked. Some of Tho new skirts Are made with a silk drop skirt which Lins a ruffle of the material like the gown. This is made just Long enough to Clear the ground so it is a simple mutter to hold up the outside skirt. Dot Hiltl a Day one com Jeff i y ten i hymn to Nikko a Hun a Lively layer when a Bah Are v Sikli. Wit i he ski Dan h a ii in toy to Vuki. Ii Len late t iii in not. It Lielah Yonner y i plums to in Yenji Nuitai irly �1 Nauf s Trio Ali Unhao a Lossy Niht s of inns Bright red. Vas Era Dan s rom idiom omit desert society for the prese it of of Melty to a in or. C. Edgar Perkins state agent is once office i iii b. E. Clark esq., my. Desert Block room 1. In m 10 to 12 . A. And 3 to 5 a. In. Or. Perkins a ready at Ali times to listen to any complaint that May be made and consider them conf Dentai. Contributions for the support of Tiiu society May by a sent to b. E. Clark treasurer it. Desert Block bar Harbor me. To breathe Llo looked keenly it n was silent if Eon Sidi Vii Quot t of quote inn. A or haps what i had . I was Deli shied to find the Lay was one of those which 1 had seen during our Home. There it i not inti 1 Liuo so much As knowing a a Ilay he fore hand because then one can always whisper to one a companion what is coming next. The stage with ail Ita adj fitments hud been carefully arranged Tho Foo Lighta Wero listed Tho piece in Gan. All went Well till nearly the end of Tho first act when then was a cry Behill the scenes of Quot or. Do Nis Quot or. Denis should have rushed on but or. Denis did not Rush on. The play to typed. Or. Denis was not in the Library Tho improvised greenroom or. Denis did not appear when his Namo was called in stentorian tones by Ralph or m pathetic falsetto by Charles in Short or. Denis was not forthcoming. A Rush ups ainu on the part of a Robt of the Young men brought to Light the awful fact that or. Denis had retired to his chamber a prey to sudden and Acuto indisposition. Quot i a me Quot said Charles to lady Mary with a dismal shake of his head Quot How precarious is life Here today and in bed to mon of. Supi Wrt your aunt Mary my dear Evelyn. She wishes to retire to rest. Indeed we May As Well All go to bed for there will be no More a acting to night without poor Denis 1 Only Trust he May be spared to us till tomorrow and that to May be Well enough to die by my hand to Morrow we All dispersed for the night in some anxiety tie play could not proceed without or Denis who took an Imbior Tant part Luid sir George ruefully in donned to Tomt All the neighbouring houses had been tilled for these theatricals and t Aat great numbers of xxi Polo were expected. There was to be Duic ing afterwards but Tho Prin civial feature of the entertain umut was Tho play. To All retired to re to Fern it Nutly hoping that the Lealiu of or. Denis might to restored by the Folly vying morning. Continued next week. M. T. Kavanagh upholsterer. Furniture recovered mattresses remade brass Beds. It. Desert Street bar Harbor me. . Robinson Carriage Painter. A est Street bar liar or me. Very Bevi work. Do you know or did t it Ever on or to you that it is of a Quot Lipor Aiice to have attractive signs at your place of business we can furnish you with sips which Attiat ii draw Trade. Ernest Graham amp co. Lot lao put Leteth Viiu nor scr Ilee it Ornt orc rot Tagli san firt. Bah iia Bob Strong Blieese is recommended in moderation it la suitable to those who suffer from Quot nerves Quot for it Acta As a sedative but if we ten to excess its effects Are not Good. Fools acquire Wisdom and loafers go to work tomorrow. Milc Siiro news. John e. Clark architect amp practical Bijj Lidei. Refers by permission to Johh j. Emert esq., s. Gunk a kay., col. Edgar w. Bass. Alexander Moseley Kun j. E. Clark cottage Street bar i Arbor we Lirleen amp Reynolds furnaces stoves ranges. Tinware and Kitchen Fumii Hing Opocis. A Job work promptly attended to. Maim Htut an and in the record will add to your trouble it will make you sell More goods but it will also add to your direct lil Raij route Sandbar Harbor a to to Boston amp Maine r. R. Vonnee Guiff m ror and with the Maune cd moral r. B. Fast Vestibule a Dally train Ettli to Iron cd Pallmon pm lor and a Laplac car a. The lowest rates. By Tekem All new England Points and the West Southwest and Northwest parties travelling Vlf this line to Monteal Toronto. Detroit Chelca a st. Paul and Minneapolis and All Western Points re it Zilfi Tom seers i Boston Goa Necton is now mud in the to Union station. D. J. Flanders. 10 gun Povi Heliker Akona. For port lamp. Boston Montreal and All Lnu s East and i is. On and after oct out Ruth i of. Train s will run As follows. On and after oct out Ruth i of. Train s will run As follows. La a of. . . P. M. Bar Harbor. Sorrento. Sullivan. L it. Des f. F.11.i.v. .1.10 4.5.% Ella Worth 11 fat i. 1. M. A. Quot i is Bangor .11a a a Portland. A A . A. 1.a a p. M. . . Leave i Quot. M. P. M. 4 i Portland . Leave a. M. A. M. Ellsworth. .7.18. It. Desm. Of. 11.3�o. .50 sullivan8.20 sorrento8 50 nar har Boffl Soi ? 7.33 sullivan8.20 sorrento8 50 nar har Boffl Soi ? 7.33 a leave Boston sundays at 7.00 1. M. Geo. F. Evans vice pres. Anil gen. Mgr. F. E. Booths y. Gen. Pass ail ticket ageist d. L. Drew agent bar Cumbria will leave bar Harbor for Llanor every Mou Day wed Bitay and foul Jim at 7u. Ni., making landings at Seal Harborn it irth East Harbor Southwest Harbor Basa Hilbor Sedgwick. Deer Isle Sargentville Efigeni Oggen Isles iwo Castine and All River Lui Ulings arriving in Bangor at 5 p. In. Returning leave Bangor every tuesday thursday and Satu Nlay it 7. Ioa.iii., a Topping at the above named i Huus he pm i riving at bar la arc r at about 0 p. I. Connect oils Giaui wit ii str. Silver Star to and fro i Belfast until 8� it. Loui. Meals served on Board. Fare to Bangor $1.50. Geo. H. Bat Tolk. Haubold Preil debit. Manager. August 27. 1910-Boston and by Igor Steak ship co. Winter a tes great reduction in fares.j3. Bar Laiborio Boson the zilch of m o of ii Nevih i it it i Lif Llu cd la Deli 11 m t o bar Harbor Uius in inn soil Hii Liioi ii iii i i it i iii Wortlie iii Lliter Cirii ital a lam Uiki i Siml tie Pic of i iioiii.-. 111 i Soith �-11 la will i i a ill. V to f i Quot to Lulf. A it la. C i Hui h a i st Eutivi Quot cult 1 v i in 7 a. M flail ii. 1 i ii. I lid s uii iii i 11, i Sofii limit Imi to ilor. In. I i Ink i iii , .&Quot>.0 1 r. A h i.,111 itch .i., \ 1mil in w i i 1 i -,1 .11111 Quot a . K. S. ,1. Molesk a it it Blurb or. I \ i. V a. A t s 1 I 1, pm11.1i.1ii. U i i ii. Lil i ,.�?�� i a r. I i a. L full a. Git i,11,. Cal -11it tv-1 ilm Lidiia a Aivil a iii Chias sti. \ m no Airo it i a a \. Steamer Quot Frank Jones Quot.tiiv�. Mill. Uiti 1 j 1 i Liillie in mirth i a it i Hill i i 1,111 a ili \ a i 4.1. I uii it liar ilm Borut in u 111, a Hill 1.1,1, . To , .i.lii,. Hip. Iron i u a �>.-,1� ,1, 11,-, -1,.l an i.1 .1. Ural it log i Ai in m111i ,. To fou t Willi i ,1. La iii. .i., train to leaves this ii i it 1 a a an a 1i 11 i p. Iii. Or Kiln r Ai 1 u ,.l i 1 i m Ivo Toni i 7 to i i 111a 1 i \ i ii i i 1 a Liboi to ii to leu a. A i .111. .n .11 1t 111 Ilij it it in p. Ill ill a 1 i 111.l1, 11,. ,1 t Mill m lit h la report. Go. K. Kann m i n a r. F. K. I4< a in m. a,-., \ i u us i a t 10- ii Neil niit.-. I. I .liiu.t. To Milf. Steamer Pauline. Winter Harbor. Leave a a 1 ii . Arrive 1 t. -4 a r a. South Gouldsboro. Leave arrive w. M. Lamoine. A arrive Mill a. My it r. M. A leave bar Harbor. Leave lor Winter Harbor via 8o. Gould Boio a Quot Quot lain Olne arrive from Winter Klaibor a Quot Quot Lamoine a. M. �?�2. It a i. . I r. A i a. 1. M. H a. M. A 00 in. A tu6 a. M. p. M. Afternoon arrivals front Lamoine tue it Days and Friday it Quot will be 80 Luiu Iea later than above time. A Tueua Yii Aud fridays until further Nouch

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