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OCEAN VIEW HOTEL.
NEW ADDITION TO THE DINING ROOM OPENED 8UNDAY LAST. Gal* 8t«arns, The Artist, Holding Ex hibit This Week. The new dining room addition, which has been built this past spring by Proprietor Crafts, was opened for the first time Sunday at the dinner hour. This trsnslent dining room has accommodations for forty people and for design and neatness It is all that one could wish. Mr. Crafts mill make a specialty of serving a combina tion dinner of fish and meat and the high reputation of the table at this hotel Is a guarantee that each day many transients will register here for their dinner. Mr. P. A. Harrows of New York Is a guest at the Ocean View Hotel, having arrived there last Saturday. Mr. Harrows Is connected with one of the largest and most reliable publish ing houses of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Locke of Portland, in company with Miss Etta M. Owen, registered at the hotel, Monday. July 13. Mr. Locke is a retired attorney-at-law. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gibbon. J. G. Morse, Jr.. Mrs. Harry Webber and Miss Alice Dain took dinner at the hotel one day last week. The party came up from Bath In a fine motor boat In the morning and enjoyed the trip very much. The weather being so fine made the sail very dellghtfal. After partaking of a fine dinner for which the hotel Is noted, they return ed to Bath late in the afternoon. Mr. Gale Stearns of Washington, D. C.„ has a number of his fine water color paintings on exhibition at the hotel. Mr. Stearns is an artist of note of Washington, having painted some of the finest pictures to be seen there. Some of his many pictures, which are now on exhibition, are taken from the beautiful and unequal ed scenery of "Casco Bay." Mr. Stearns would be glad to show his col lection to any one Interested. WOODBINE ANO COTTAGE. MANY QUESTS FROM WASHING TON, D. O, ARE HERE FOR THEIR OUTING. Several parti** due to arrive the com ing week. Dr. D. Olln Leech and wife of Wash ington D. C. also Mrs. P. O. Miller and son Allan W. Miller and Miss Bessie Ober are among the Washington tour ists that are expected here for the month of August This party have been coming to this house for several years and find at Bailey's all they de sire for a complete summer oating. Dr. Geo. H. Lewis and wife with their daughter Miss Mary Lewis of Colllnsvllle, Conn., are among those expected to arrive the last of this »*»4 , They will also brin& several Dr. "Lewis and* wffe^UVe' al summers at this cottage. Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Small Jr. of Waabington D. C. with their children, Miss Madison Small and John H. Small. Jr. 3rd. are at present at the house for their summer sojourn. This family are among the Washington tourists that prefer Bailey's Island In preference to any other as a place to enjoy complete rest and solitude. ROBINHOO INN. THIS POPULAR SUMMER RESORT IS ENTERTAINING MANY TOURISTS. 8ailing Party Given Last Week by the Misses B re waters of Summit, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aikenhead of New Rochelle, N. Y., with their fam ily, are at Juniper Lodge for the re mainder of the summer months. Tho family are delighted with the location of their cottage and will entertain many of their friends here. Mr. Ai kenhead Is of the Arm Mlllen. Aiken head £ Co., 628 and 630 Broadway, New York, manufacturers of gentle men's shirts, nightrobes and pajamas with factories In several places in the Empire State. Mr. Aikenhead will be with hi« family as often as business affairs will warrant. Mrs. Daniel P. Rahter of Atlantic City, N. J., In company with her son, J. B. McGovern, are here for a sojourn before proceeding to their destination In Nova Scotia. Mr. Rahter conducts three of the largest hotels at Atlantic City, the "Ostend" near the million dol lar pier, "Grand Atlantic" and "Prln ceas." These hotels are famous bostelrles and enjoy a select patron age. many of whom are Europeon tourists. Miss Caroline R. Raphael of Brook lyn, N. Y.. registered Friday for a month's vacation. This is her first visit to the Inn. The Misses Brewsters of Summit, N. J., who are spending their summer here, entertaining a number of friends with a sailing party Saturday after noon. The sloop "Gulda" conveyed the pleasure seekers for a aall that was much enjoyed by the guests and hostess alike. Among those present were, George Smith, Xanthus Smith, Jr., Polly Russell Smith and Jamea O. Brewster, brother of the Mlsaea Brews ter. James G. Brewster of Summit, N. J., Joined his sisters, the Misses Brews ter here Friday laat. Mr. Brewster la manager of the National Coal ft Coke Co.. 230 Avenue C, New York. Candidate for the Legialature. Among the candidate* for the Jo*la latar* from Ward 7, Portland, la Hen ry O. B+7*t, Jr. Mr. IV'yer'a hoata of frl^nda In Caa^o Bay trnat he will ae mr»«d enotmh dH*Rat** to win the nomination. Subscribe for Th« Breeze, the home paper of Caeeo Bey. HILL CREST. MA8QUERADE PARTY TO BE GIVEN IN THE DANCE HALL 8ATURDAY EVENING. Already Sixty Guest* Art Registered Here. The ball masque will be held In Hill Crest hall Saturday evening and al ready the party Is an assured success. All the guests here are entering Into the spirit of the affair and with the large number that are plan ning to attend from the oth er houses and cottages, a bril liant affair Is promised. A general Invitation Is extended to all to be pres ent and no doubt an evening or rare amusement will be the result. For the best costume representing the Casco Bay Breeze a fine water color will be awarded the winner. Mrs. W. A. White of Roxbury. Mass.. with her two daughters, Ruth A. and Dorothy EL. and son, W. Allen White, are here at the house for the remainder of the summer months. This family are enjoying their third season at the Hill Crest and Mrs. White is among the active social lead ers here. For the past three sum mers she has been active In all the festivities given at the house. Mrs. White Is the wife of a well known member of the medical profession at Roxbury. Mass.. and about August 1, Dr. White will spend a week with his family. Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Crow ley of 387 Lenox Avenue, New York City, are registered here for a vacation of about three weeks. They are en joying their first visit to this island and they are loud in their praises of the Hill Crest and its management. Mr. Crowley has charge of one of the silk departments at Fried, Mendelson & Co., of Green street. New York City, one of the largest silk importers in the Empire state. Mrs. Henry J. Perkins and daughter. Miss Alice Perkins of Springfield, Mass.. were among the arrivals of last week. They are to remain at the hotel until the last of August and dur ing that time will be Joined by Mr. Perkins and her son, Elliott Perkins. This family are also active Chebeague enthusiasts and last season they were at the Bellevue cottage and they were among those that were responsible for the Field Day pennant being award ed to that house. Miss Nellie Akerman of Somerville, Mass., is registered at the house for her usual summer vacation. Miss Akerman is head stenographer for Smith & Anthony, manufacturers of stoves, ranges, etc.. with offices at Union street, Boston. The usual Saturday evening hop was given in Hill Crest Hall and the young people were out in force, the weather being ideal. The dancing surface was well filled during the evening and fortunate were they that secured a seat so great was the throng of spectators. I Aigie M. Goodwin of Beverly, Mass., Aywod&stat U*' aiu* 'summer outing. Mr. Goodwin is as sistant manager at the Alpha Port land Cement Co., 131 State street, Bos ton, and is also teacher of typewriting at the Boston Y. M. C. A. evening school. Mr. Brown is manager of George A. Gove's hardware store, Cabot street, Beverly, Mass. Last sea son they spent their vacation at Derry, N. H., the guests of Mr. Brown's rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Young of Newton Centre, Mass., with their daughter Elenor, registered here Sun day morning to join her mother, Mrs. Young and sisters who are at the house for the entire season. Mrs. M. H. V. Stevens and her daughters, Mrs. Frederick Lane. Mrs. 0. H. Burkhardt and Mrs. Solomon Young have been regular tourists to this Island for many years past. Mr. Young will spend his vacation here with his family. Miss Margaret I. Fraser of Chicago, 111., accompanied by Mrs. Charles D. Olney of San Francisco, registered at the Hill Crest for a short time, hav ing arrived on Tuesday of last week from New York, where they spent a delightful sojourn. After a two weeks' stay here Miss Fraser and Mrs. Olney will go to Nova Scotia to join Miss Fraser's relatives. CASCO BAY HOUSE. MANY TOURISTS OF FORMER YEARS ARE AT THE HOUSE THIS SUMMER. Dancing Parties Will Be Qiven In Saturday Evenings. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hanna of Montreal. Can., are here at the bouse for the remainder of the summer sea son. The Hanna family was among the first of the Canadian families to make this Island their summer abode, and among the summer colony, are great favorites. Other members of this family will come to the hotel from time to time during the season as busi ness affairs will permit. Miss Ella I*ang. also of Montreal, accompanied the family here. Mrs. K. W. Dadmun and daughter of Concord, N. H., arrived yesterday to spent the remainder of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Chrlatle of New York City bare been reglatered at the hotel since early In July. Long Inland has been their vacation place for the past twelve years, although for one or two years they sojourned In other places. Mr. Christie has large bwilness Interests In New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mountfort with their daughter. Miss Christine Mount fort of New York City, are expected at the house today for an extended vacation. The family have been vis iting here for severs! years past. Prop. Charles E. Cashing expects to have his now eleven room cottage ready for occupancy by August 1. This will be used exclusively for sleeping quarters The rooms are large and finely furnished, from each window can be had a view of the nearby Is lands and seashore. The Munjoy Republican Club with Invited guests trill have their annual outing here Saturday. A shore din ner will be served In the pavilion and a general good time Is anticipated. Saturday evening last the first social hop of the season was given In the pavilion, music being furnished by an orchestra from Portland. The party was very largely attended for so early In the season, many of the summer cottagers and guests at the hotels being In attendance. Tuesday evening another party was held and until the close of the season these so cial hops will be given every Tuesday and Saturday evening. BAILEY ISLAND. (Continued from Page 1.) week for Sandwich, N. H.. where they are to spend one month. Miss Mabel Coolldge is to return to Bailey again after her sojourn at the Granite State Mrs. Charles B. Boynton and daugh ter Miss Helen Boynton of East Or ange. N. J. are occupying The Moor ings." the beautiful summer home of Clara Louise Burnham. The Boynton family have been coming to this is land for many seasons, and are very prominent In all the social activities among the summer colony. This sea Eon Clara Louise Burnham Is at Yel lowstone Park, Colo., and will not be at Bailey Island to spend the summer months as In the past seasons. •Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Brlstow with daughters. Misses Helen and Alice of Brooklyn. N. Y. arrived on the Island last week and are comfortably set tled at the "Rose Ledge" for the sea son. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Behrens of Washington, D. C. will spend the sum mer at the new bungalow of Mrs. John D. Bluxome. Last season Mr, and Mrs. Behrens were the occupants of a cottage on the shore front, and are regular summer visitors at Baileys. As their guest for the month of July is Miss Rachael Mothersead also of Washington. Wltherall Bros, who had a floating landing on the shore of Mackerel Cove for the letting of boats, have re cently completed a new private land ing near the steamboat wharf, from which they will conduct the business as in seasons past. Mr. snd Mrs. C. D. King of Daniel son, Conn., were spending a few days last week at the Seaside Annex. Mr. King is a veteran salesman for the Paul E. Wirt fountain pen. having been with that concern for forty-three years. Mrs. Alfred Streull of Plalnfleld, N. J., daughter of Mrs. D. S. Barker, is now at the "Breakers" for the sum mer having arrived last week. Messrs. George H. Johnson and Or rin L. Johnson are making decided im provements on the cemetery property here. The fence is being repaired in a thorough manner, many of the posts being reset and when thiBv »gk is tne grounds Improved: 'I'M TWkIb TM this purpose were raised by the Ladles Aid of the local church during the past winter months. Harold Cram is Illustrating the new story 'The Price of our Bread" for the Portland Weekly Transcript. The story calls for several flne illustra tions. Mrs. Alice J. Mendum of Boston, Mass. with her daughter Gladys are summering at the Johnson cottage for the entire season. This Is their sec ond summer here and with them are Mrs. Mendum's sisters Miss Freeman and Elizabeth W. Freeman both of Boston. Both ladies are here for the first time and are greatly pleased with the island. Last year they traveled extensively on the European conti nent. Mr. H. E. Day of Washington. D. C., who summers at "Gray Rocks" with his family last season, is taking a course of study at the summer school of Cornell University at Ithaca. N. Y., and will be at Bailey Island about Au gust 1st for the remaining part of the season. Mr. Arthur Church of Denver. Colo., was the guest of Mrs. H. K. Burnet over Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. Roy A. Lippincott of Cor nell University, who has been regis tered at the Ocean View Hotel for the past month, left the island Thursday with Mr. Church for a short cruise to Deer Island in Mr. Church's trim yacht, the 'Thunder-bird." Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Thurston, ac companied by their son. Prof. Ernest L. Thurston and daughter. Miss Mabel Thurston of Washington, D. C., ar rived Thursday last for the summer at their beautiful cottage on the shore front at the Pastures, which has been recently completed for thelroccupancy. The Thurston family were at Mere Point last season, where they rented a cottage for the summer. This is their first summer at Bailey Island to ■pend their entire vacation. The Johnson House, under the able management of Mr. H. F. Johnson Is entertaining many summer tourists and several are booked to arrive the coming week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson gives this house their personal atten tion and all who spend their vacation with them are always sure of having a delightful outing. Within a hun dred yards from the house are except ional fadlltlea for bathing, fishing and boating and to those who desire a restful hour In the flr grove this oppor tunity Is at their pleasure. Th* John •on House Is sure to enjoy a prosper ous season. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Perkins of Warren. Mass . together with Mrs. 0. M. Witt of Boston were among the arrivals last week and are now domi ciled at the Hill Crest on Bummer Hill for an extended sojourn. I Mr*. Richard Theron Crane and family of East Orange. N. J., have opened the "Tip Top" last week and will be at that beaatlful cottage for the season. The Tip Top Is situated on the highest part of Bailey Island and from the piazza one of the most superb views may be had from either side of the Island, which makes It a most delightful cottage. For the past two seasons this cottage has been oc cupied by Mrs. J. F. J. Allen and her daughter. Mrs. Lee Martin and child of Larchmont Manor. N. Y-. but this year they were unable to come for the summer. Mr. Charles W. Sleeper of the "Rest ablt** has had the propeller of his motor boat replaced by one which *111 be more satisfactory and serviceable. Miss Patty Johnson of Virginia is visiting Miss Msrguerite Burbrldge at the "Afterglow.** the new summer home of Mrs. E. E. Cross. The library is now open for the de livery of books and at a meeting held last week at the home of Mrs. A. C. Burnham a committee was appointed to have charge of the room. The li brary is situated In the school building and will be opened Wednesday from 3 to 4 p. m. and Saturday evenings from 8 to 9 p. m. About five hundred volumes are at the disposal of those who desire the privilege of the books. The committee would gratefully accept any donations of books, magazines, etc. Misses Elsie snd Myrtle York and Misses Margaret S. and 'Hannah B. Black are among those who will assist at the library. Mrs. Alfred F. Johnson and daugh ter Elizabeth of Wayne. Me., are the guests of Mrs. James G. Stetson at her home here. Mrs. Johnson has been in charge of the grammar school at Wayne for many years. Miss Doris E. Sleeper, who accom panied Miss Bernice Lyman to Provi dence. R. I., has returned home after spending two weeks with Miss Ly man's aunt, Mrs. W. H. Lyman. Miss Lyman with her aunt are expected to arrive here the latter part of the week for an extended visit. rroi. ana airs. s. t. Skidmore and daughter are occupying the Rose Cot tage this season, which has been re cently completed. The latter part of last week Mr. Skldmore was on a short cruise along the coast of Maine on the yacht, "Aria." At the Briggs cottage for July are Mr. and Mrs. F. Southworth and son Gilbert of Ware. Mass.. and daughter. Miss Mabel Southworth of the Spring field Public Library. As guests of the Southworth family are Mrs. James McMurtrie and son Douglas of Port land. Mrs. J. W. Hinkley with daugh ter, Misses Cornelia and Margaret of Watertown. Mass.. and also Mrs. J. P. Mooar of Hyde Park. Mass. Mrs. McMurtrie, Mrs. Hinkley and Mrs. Mooar are sisters of Mrs. Southworth and with the happy gathering of the family, all are enjoying a most delight ful vacation. Mrs. C. Y. Newman of Lewiston is spending a short outing with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Potter at the "Rosemont" on Summer Hill. Week end guests of Alice Smith and Miss Ina Auburn, Me. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sumner, Mrs. Lizzie Calhoun and Mrs. M. E. White, all of Worcester, Mass., are being en tertained by Mrs. F. E. Beede at her beautiful summer home on Summer Hill. Week end guests of Mrs. M. E. Jor dan at the "Breezemere" were Miss Florence Whittum of Lewiston and Master Edward Roberts. A party of the summer cottagers of Summer Hill enjoyed the trip to Gur [ net Bridge, Thursday last on the 8e bascodegan and dinner was eaten at the Gurnet House. Those who were members of the party were: Mrs. Ida Ellis of Warren. Mass.; Miss Susan 1 Jordan of Lewiston; Mr. and Mrs. James Blair of Brighton. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Perkins of Warren, Mass., and Blanche Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fay were on a , short pleasure trip to Brunswick and Bar Harbor from Wednesday to Satur day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fay , are spending the summer at "Gray Rock" with Mrs. Ellen Lyle. Mrs. Irene O. Young. Instructor of mathematics at the Western High school at Washington, D. C., Is visit ing on the Island for the summer with Mrs. Henry N. Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Smith and son Stephen of Orange. N. J., Is ex pected this week for a two weeks' visit with Mr. Smith's brother, Mr. H. Wal lace Smith. Mrs. A. C. Colton and Miss Alice Teele of Arlington, Mass., and Miss Mary I-owe of Roxbury. have arrived at Mrs. Cotton's summer home, "Morning side" on Summer Hill. Mrs, Colton was among the cottagers last year, her summer home being completed last , season. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Brown of Ipswich. Mass., who were entertained here last year, are to re turn again tbla year. Maxwell and Dodge of Brighton have driven a well seventy-flve feet deep on the grounds of Miss Bertha SchofTs cottage. An abundance of water has been found which Is to be used for domestic purposes. Mrs. Franklin T. Hoot and son, Ixxils. of Brooklyn. N. Y., arrived at the "Sea I'rchln" this week. w'a«r» tbey will be the guests of Mrs. Clara Pulslfer. Who sells up-to-date cottage furni ture? R. 8. Davis Co., Portland.— Adv. Prof. Rlborg Mann and son. Rlborg, Jr., of Maiden Row, spent Friday last In Portland. Mrs. F. I. Hall of Worcester, Maaa. and Mrs. Ida Hall of Warren. Mass . are at the cottage on Summer Hill for (Continued on Pag* t.) H. F. .lohnwin, Prop. Island, M*. * Komnfr bn*r<<«r« ran And •rriwimMailniit Mtfttrg. h «tl*g (Uklng *llklii|t h«Mk It frm.t of th« hnn«». r.«e< !!••« tab* vtik f«i f'Oil, kih«t*ri rt«. Tib'# bntrd |1Mpw*Mk. Room* •rcortlinf to locatl •. 9W. <»p«* natil l». T • tot Am Itff* >Im rons » u«|* r«r tk« *Mtk n( Ksratlaat ?l«w of wmi u<l b»y. Apply to H. 9. Joh"»a©a, Btiloy'i t«ian«t, Hal *. THe Ocean View Hotel BAILEY ISLAND. ME. WALTER D. CRAFTS* Prop* A Manager Prominently located on an eminence commending a superb view of surf ■ nd shore, within ten minntes' walk of steamboat wharf and post offloe. Fine sand beach with private bath house, at head of famous Mackerel Core, □ear hotel. Fishing psrties from the Ocean View make record catches of deep-sea and rock-fl«h, tantog, etc. Table alwaya supplied with all kinds of sea-food; flab, lobsters and clama fresh from the sea daily. Large rooms with clotbea presses, hair mattresses, insuring a comfortable night's sleep. Toilet and bath rooms. 8snltary plumbing throughout the house. Dining room accommodates over 100. Pool room provided in new addition this ▼ear. Long distance telephone in the bouse. Open all the year round. Ratee and circulars on spplloatlon to W. D- CRAFTS, Bailey Inland, Me. L. M. York Bailey'* Island, Maine. Casei lay's Ltatflag 6ntnl Start, Here will find ev erything that la sap* piled trom * Jlr.t dan grocery mod provision •tor*. Freeh Invoices of Meir, Fowl, Oaat, Provisions ud Fruits re ceived diily. Oar prices are low, considering the quality of goods received. We carry Hardware. Paints, Oils, K c. Hardwood (or open fireplaces a specialty. Dry Goods, B wti, Shoe i, and Robbers and Usher jsen's supplies. Oar tsesas visit all parts of the island. Woodbine & Cottage. Mrs. H. 5. Slnnett, Prop. Bailey Island, Me. This ideal boirdlng haute his bees overbialfd sad many improvements aide, among tbem being alargentw dining rttm Mftbte of seating SI gaests; M fine chambers, nicely furnished. Excellent tab*e with plenty of sea food. Open Jans 1 to Sept. 1. Kates oa applica tion. Special rates for June and Sept. Accomodates GO. CHARLES S. THOMAS Carpenter and Builder II alley's Island, Me. EttlMtfi given cheerfully on til kinds of batiding ud tfpllrtDK. All work under my personal super BAILEY ISLAND. MIm J. E. Mastey, Prop. delightful ind exclusive ipot on the taUnd. Situated on the tut «ud Id fall Kemat,fnl P,n® grove• and walk* around the bouse. The bouse la mod. ksuSjes:.K"p°o~h°°-' o»~ 5EASIDE COTTAGE Bailey's Island Maine, Mrs. F. E. Cram, Prop. Fine home-like boarding house with fine chambers and ex cellent table. Rates on application. Open from June 25 to Oct. 1. Transients accommodated. JAMES C. STETSON. Bailey's Island Ice Cream Parlors. Oar Ice Cream U raid* fro n put* dairy cmm tnd Hl«t«d cruah«d fruit. Delivered in brick a by quart or gallon. Stetaon'a famous carmela are made on the premises daily and are for sale by all the leading stores in the bay. No flrver candy made. Complete line and boxed poods of Confec tionery. Fruit. Nats, etc. Try our cool sola, all fruit syrups. We are the exclusive agents foe th« Casco Bay Breeze. orders taken her*' Papers. Magazines. Souvenir Postals, etc. Our team calls for and deliv/rs orders; We aim to please our trade. DAVID P. S1NNETT, Boat Builder, Bailey's Island, He. Motor and pleasure boats of all k'nda made to order. We have oar own private wharf at Mackerel Cove. Boate to let by tbe day, week or sea son. Wbarf privileges it reasonable charges. Exclusive agent for tbe Latbrop and Hartford Enginea. £. S. LEEMAN ■alley's Island, Maine. Livery, Teaming and Baggage Expressing. Our carriages meet all boats; Lm«, orders at year hotel *r besril*| place far Lswasn't Kxprses. Telephone *—1 4 George W. Johnson, ■alley Island, Maine. Special attention ffrtn to Milnt and MiHiw pvtlM. Motor sloop I Pwnm, rapabW of carry In* forty. lUlt and linaa f urnUHad to lUhtat parti**. Prlea II 00 a*ck. MHnv. Se aaek. Ufa praaai hi i far all. ToOat arraneamenU. vie- BaiHnc part tea dally at 2 p- m. fram Ma<-k are I Cora wharf. Refresh Yourselves at OUR Soda Fountain. We have just what you need. BROWN & TURNER, APOTHECARIES, 501 Congress St, Formerly Schhtterbeck's, Portland.