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setts Colony. Mr. Berry Is the
inventor of the patent quick hitching harness for fire department harnesses and is engaged in manufacturing fire and police department supplies in Soniervllle, Mass. A few of the Island View cottage guests enjoyed the sail on the Merrl coneag of the Casco Bay Line to the Gurnet on Monday. Those in the party were Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Scamman of Wakefield, and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Arnold and daugh ters. Misses Lucy and Helen Arnold, also of Wakefield. Dinner was taken at the Gurnet House. Mr. H. H. Crossman of Milton, Mass., will arrive here Saturday even ing to join Mrs. Crossman for the next two weeks at their new cottage. Mr. Crossman is of the Walter Ba ker Co.. the well known chocolate manufacturers, and is to spend his vacation on Chebeague. Mrs. W. J. Warren of Waltham, Mass.. will be on the island about Au gust 15. when she will be the guest of Mrs. E. Klemming at "Cedarcroft." At present she is visiting relatives at North Gorham. and will come to Che beague after her stay there. Mr. and Mrs. George Fay and daughter Alice and son Walter of Walthara arrived on Thursday last to sojourn at one of Charles E. Berry's new cottages at the Massachusetts Colony. The family are great ad mirers of Chebeague's fine scenery, and enjoy the fine opportunities for pleasure offered here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Goffe of Worcester have been registered at the Island View cottage since August 4. They were here last year and on their return this season were accom panied by a number of friends from Worcester who have never before been on the island. Miss Ruth A. Bottomly, Constance I. Bottomly, Ix>u Ise A. Stockdale and S. Elizabeth Belcher are among the party. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Crossman and child of Milton. Mass.. arrived yesterday to spend a few days with Mr. Crossman's brother. Mr. H. H. Crossman. at his new cottage here. >iiss Irene Johnson, daughter of Dr. Xewall D. Johnson of Waltham, and Miss Helen Duncan of Brooklyn, N. Y.. are visiting at "Cedarcroft." Mrs. E. F. Flemming's summer home, for the month of August. Miss John son arrived on Thursday last, and Miss Duncan remained here and did not return with her parents who left Tuesday of last week. H. N. Page of Waltham Is visiting Miss Bonney who has been here at her cottage since the first part of the season. Among the visitors to the Strollers' Camp last Sunday were Mr. Stevens of the firm of Locke Stevens Co.. Mr. T. O. O'Connell of Chtckering and O'Connell. architects, and Mr. George Harris, who is connected with T. Noonan and Co., all of Boston, Mass. An elegant clam dinner given by the boys was very much enjoyed by the guests and a vote of thanks tendered to the chef, -Mr. Partridge. The Strollers entertained their lady friends Monday night with a glorious hay-rack ride after which lunch was served in camp to the en joyment of all. Messrs. Thelllng and tiunton had charge d'affaires. Mr. George Lloyd of Arlington. Mass., who has been with the Stroll ers the past week returned home last Saturday. Mr. Lloyd who is paying teller at the Cambridge Trust Co., was very much pleased with Che beague. Mr. William A. Theiling was pleas antly surprised by a visit from Dr. 1. D. Carl of Boston. Mass.. and Mr. F. Sleeper, Esq.. of Peaks Island who called at the camp of the Strollers on Monday, coming up from Peaks Island in their power boat. These gentle men admired the perfect equipment of the camp and its beautiful site. Sailing is a sport that Is enjoyed by everybody and especially by Bill buuton and Bill Chickering who will be seen every day, sunny or foggy, skimming among the islands in the fcloop Neversink. Miss Alice Rogers of Quincy of the clerical force at the Boston office of the New England Telephone and Tele graph Co., arrived on Saturday last for an extended vacation. Miss Rog ers will remain until I<abor Day be ing here to enjoy the Field Day festivities during the latter part of this month. Miss I^ena It. Butts of Providence, i R. I., and Miss Hattie L. Cole of Pawtucket, R. I., are at the Summit ' House for a short sojourn. This is their first season at Chebeague and they are spending a delightful vaca tion. Mrs. Harmon Morse gave a party on Monday evening to the cottagers of the West End colony, In honor of I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. French and daughter, Margaret, of Winchester. All the social set of the West End were present and the affair proved a brilliant success. During last week Miss Adelaide T. Luke of Ashawa, Can., was joined by her cousin. Miss E. M. Luke, of Mon treal, here at the Summit House. We gladly welcome Mi»s Luke back again this season. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith of Springfield are registered at the "Villa" and have enjoyed the hos pitality of this popular hostelry for the past seven seasons. In com pany with them were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Townsley and Mrs. Wll lla.n Stadden of the same place. Mr. Townsley is a brother of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Stadden is a sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. French of Winchester and Boston are visiting at the summer home of Dr. Harmon Mone at the West End colony. Mr. e ranch is one of the leading attor neys in Massachusetts and has an cmce at Boston. Their daughter, jutss Margartt Black, arrived here ihio week. The Chebeague baseball team won their second game on Saturday after noon with the Naval Reserves of Portland by a score of 4 to 3, on the local diamond here at the Hill Crest. The game was very interesting as the team* were evenly matched, and the Lome team won in the ninth inning on a wild pitch by Bishop, when the score was a tie and two men out. features of the game for Chebeague were the pitching of George W. Ham I.ton, playing ol Soule at short stop, and the batting of Barry. Bishop again played an all round game for the Na»al Reserves and snowed bis ability as a ball player. Excellent satisfaction wat> given by Umpire Trufant whose decisions were very gooJ. The attendance was large. Tbe ladies' prize at the Chebeague Bowling Alleys fur the highest string of candle pins last week was a silk umb:ella. and the winner being Miss Ada Douglass of Boston, with a to tal of 8tf, and the gentlemen's by lieorge McVane of Long Island who was visiting her** Saturday and rolled 10!) during the evening. This prize was also an umbrella. In the la dies' tournament, which was a new feature last week, all those who rolled more than seventy during the week entered the roll off on Satur day afternoon. and the prizes were awarded to the ones with the largest total for two strings. Miss Alice Perkins of Springfield, who is summering at the "Bellevue", won first prize, a large stein, with a total of 149, while Miss Ada Douglass of Boston won the second prize, a small stein, with 145. This tournament should prove popular among the ladies as all are capable of entering for honors In the roll off which Is held on the Saturday afternoon of that week. Alfred Eastman Lunt of Beverly. Mass.. Harvard Law 1905. Is the guest of his brother, Clarence H. Lunt of the "Breeze", and also John S. Crowley of the same publication. Mr. Lunt is in the law office of George VV. Anderson. 43 Tremont street, Boston and has also an of fice In his native city. The party is encamped In Soule's Grove (or the remainder of the season and are intending to have some pleasant so cials. LONG I8LAND. (Continued Prom Page 8.) One of the pleasant parties (or the week occurred Thursday night, when Mrs. Davis gave a book party for her niece. Miss Belle Lalor, each partlci I ant represented a book and the per sons guessing the greatest number of correct answers to the book title rep resented was awarded a prize. Miss Ethel Bates won 1st prize, a burnt leather pocketbook; Mr. Joseph Eaton 2d prize, a pipe holder. Those present and the book represented by them was: Miss Bates, All Sorts and Con ditions of Men; Miss Demarest, Brown of Harvard; Albert Anderson, Priday the 13th; Miss Hazel Lancy, Edatha's Burglar; Carl Schonland. The Gambler; Miss Lillian Pord, Hard Cash; Ruth Pord. The Wedding Ring; Susie Middleton. Old Middleton's Money; Alice Eaton. Under Two Flags; Joseph Eaton, The Doctor; Mildred Allen, Pillar of Light; Paul Morin, Brown of Harvard; Milton Ma bry. Winter Tale; Fred Ford, looking Backward; Thomas Eaton. The Hand That Writes; Marcia Grey, Thorn Among Roses; Belle Lalor. Scarlet Car; Dorothea Cutler. Conlstan. Ice cream and cake were served and the balance of the evening spent in various games. The new landing of the Casco Bay Steamboat Co. at Doughty's Point Is greatly appreciated by the residents on that part of the Island. It fills a long felt want. They began regular stops there Saturday, and it was sur prising the number of persons who availed themselves of the new service. At the present time there are seven regular trips to Portland and more to be added later. We predict a large passenger list frbm this landing as it is very central. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and son. Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vaughn and daughter. Helen, of Wells ley Hills. Mass.. and Miss Birdsall are guests at the Pink cottage. Mrs. Herbert Stevens and son. Chester, have returned to Milton and j the Rangeleys after a visit with Mrs. Hannah McNeil. Mrs. Sarah Church. Miss Kate Lam bert. and Miss Mabel Clark of Melrose were recent guests at the Lambert cottage. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cook of the West End gave an outing to a party of friends from the Chestnut Street M. E. church, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Magruder. who has accepted 1 a position in the Associated Charities of Baltimore. Md., and will leave for there the last of this month. There was 24 in the party and the day was spent in bathing and out door sports. A bounteous shore dinner was served at noon by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Blake and Miss Charlotte Archer of Portland were re cent guests at the Schonland cottage. Mrs. W. C. Lambert entertained the Gilt Edge Club, of which she is a member, last Monday, at her summer home at the West End. The day was passed in sports and whist. The win ners of the prizes were. 1st, Mrs. C. M. Brooks; 2d. Mrs. Ben. Witham; 3rd. Miss Emma Lord; 4th. Mrs. E. M. Boothby. The guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kellar. A delicious shore dinner to which all done justice was served at noon. 15 were in the party and returned on a late boat. Mrs. Carrie Verrill who has been stopping with her parents at the 14th Maine Reg. building, has re turned to Lynn Mass. The new ar rivals here are Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rie deli and son Gordon of Roslindale, Mass. Miss Sadie Robinson of Reading, Mass.. is also a guest here. Mr. and Mrs. George Knight have a3 their gu?sts their father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Hil . ten, cf Melrose. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Driscoll of ' Brighton. Mass.. are guests of Mrs. ; McKSnlev's at the Belmont. Mr. John Belvins and John Rea gan. prominent attorneys in Boston, are guetts at Camp No-Name. Mr. Miles Jones of Somerville is a guest at the Bohemian. Miss Irene Nichols has returned from a visit in Boston and is now with her parents at the Bohemian. Mrs. George Gray and a party of friends from the West End attended the 1". O. G. C. outing at Odd Fel lows Park last Saturday and report a most enjoyable time. Miss Sadie Rogers of Millford. Mass.. is a guest at the new Eaton cottage. Miss Belle I^alor of Boston is a guest of her sister. Mrs. H. L. Da vis. at her summer home. West End. Mr. Willis Mabry spent Sunday with his family at the West End. Mr. Sears of the firm of Rosmenler ft Williams of Boston was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cook.