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PORTLAND, MAINE, THURSDAY! AUGUST 20, 19X4,
/ENTEKKDAH SECOND \ CLASS MAIL, MATTEK. PRICE FIVE CENTS MATTRESS and PILLOWS — FREE— With each outfit of four rooms or more bought here the remainder of this month we will give Absolutely Free: 1 Full Size Cotton Felt Mattress ) i/alno 1\ fiA 1 Pair of Silk Floss Pillows- ( » ulltv tplU.UU Our Prices Are the Lowest in Town. Our Terms Are the Easiest in Town. Don't fail to take advantage of this offer • as you save $16.OO on your chamber furnishings and get one of the best mattresses on the market. * Cash or Easy Terms R. S. DAVIS GO. COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHERS Cor. Exchange and Federal Sts. Portland, Maine F. E. Haskell, President Balance of Our Stock of Outing Trousers "Values up to $4.50 At One Price A "TP 26-28 Monument Sq.' Portland The Haymake Metal Bright polish mates quick and easy work of polishing; metal surfaces, readily removing dirt and tarnish from Nickel, Brass or Copper, without scratching the finest surface. It easily restores the original lustre in all it8 beauty. It contains no acid or grit, and is indis pensible for Motor Boat or Auto. All sizes, 1-2 pint to gallon. Charles M. Hay Paint Co. 8-12 Free St., Portland, He. L. L. MARSHALL CO. SATISFACTORY PRINTING 4 ExebftDge 8t. Nosr All 8t«ambo«t Landing!. Pbone 4886 Church Fair Success ANNUAL AFFAIR OF LADIES' AID OF CHEBEAGUE CHURCH Held at Hill Crest Hall and Well Attended. The annual lair given by the La dies' Aid of the Chebeague church was held on Thursday of last week from 3 to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 10 in the evening. Hill Crest hall was prettily decorated for the occasion with flowers from the gardens of "Pelham," Mr. H. C. Ham ilton's summer residence, and was a veritable fairyland of perfumed sweetness. The fair was attended by large numbers from the summer col ony and the residents of the island, and a good sum was netted for the benefit of the church. The connnitt.ee was very grateful for the many kind donations made and wishes to tender its heartfelt thanks for all those who assisted in making the affair the suc cess that it was. The ladies in | charge of the tables were: Mrs. W. L. Song Recital MISS MARGARET SUMNER DE LIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE. Hill Crest Hall Scene of Brilliant Recital. One of-* the finest musical treats that the residents of Chebeague have had the fortune to hear for many a year took place on Tuesday of this week at Hill Crest hall. This was a song*recital by Miss Margaret Sumner of Xef^York. who is spending the sunmiM' at Orr's Island, assisted by Mrs. (Teqrge S. Sumner at the piano. A brilliant program was offered and splendidly rendered. . Miss Sumner has been studying in Berlin under the direction nf Herr Kappelmeister Malata of thv. ?toyal Dresden Opera House, and will give a course in voice placing and operatic work next winter in New York, hav ing allied herself with the Albert! School, of Expression. She is the possessor of a voice of much sweet ness and perfectly controlled, and Chr,i acteriatic £cene on. Ci ^/Island's Back Shore. Merrltt and Mrs. Bertrand Doughty, fancy articles; Mrs. Aaron Cleaves and Mrs. Cleo. Cleaves, domestic articles; Mrs. Winfield Hamilton and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, candy table; Miss Elizabeth Ash and Miss Esther Cooke, Dutch table; Miss Clara Webster and Miss Marie Robbins, grocery ta ble; Miss Mattie Littlefleld, punch table; Mrs. Eva Ricker, Miss Mabel Hamilton, Mr. John Rose and Mr. B. J. Thompson, ice cream table; Mrs. B. J. Thompson and Miss Helena Thompson, orange tree; Mrs. John Rose, food table; Miss Adelaide Mott, Miss Margaret Arnold and Miss Mar garet Albion, flower table. The com mittee in charge of the affair was composed of those in charge of the different tables and Mrs. Howard Hamilton, chairman. The net proceeds of the fair amount to about $200, after deducting $25 ex penses. Those in charge tender their thanks to all the summer girls who helped make the production a success, to Mr. H. C. Hamilton for the flowers from the Pelham gardens, and also to ail those who aided by donating cakes, candies, fancy articles and cash. The fair was the best ever as will be seen from the following announcement of the receipts: Tickets, $24.40; domestic table, $30.45; fancy article table, $29.85; cake table, $10.50; ice cream, $15».0ft; orange tree, $13.40; candy, $ 15.62; sausage table, $9.3?.; grocery table, $35.00; punch, $6.25; flowers, $10,11; cash contributed, $22.50; mak ing a total of $226.41. South Harpswell SEASONABLE WEATHER GIVES NEW IMPETUS. Cottagers Enjoying Warm and Fine Weather. Mr. (Jeorge Harmon, who has been staying at. the home of Mrn. Frank A. Radaotix here for a short time, return ed recently to his home In Massachu setts. The many friends at Harps well of Mrs. Radaoux will be glad to hear that she Is considered to be rapidly on the road to recovery from the serious illness which she recent ly suffered. While still at the hos pital in PortIand> she is doing very Tvell ;md expects to be able to return soon to her home here. Mr. Kdgar Hatch of Portland was a visitor here for a few days lant week, enjoying a very delightful short stay at the point. Recent visitors to Harpswell were Mr. W. P. Cotter of Boston, Mail., and John Carr of Marshfleld, Mann,, who have returned to their homes, after spending a few days here. Everything you need for your home or cottage furnishings la al ways to be found in the best linea at. the store of R. S. Davis Co., Port land., Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Strout of Livermore Falls are spending a abort time at their cottage on Hurricane Ridge. Mr. Strout Is; employed in the paper mills at Ruriiford Falls. Dr. and Mrs. T. Stanton Holmes ol Brooklyn, N. Y.. arrived here a few (Continued on 1) which has been evidently magnificent ly. trained. The most artistic and finished sing ing of the evening was the rendition of IStli century French songs, which .Miss Sumner sang in appropriate cos tume. These she sang in delightful manner and with lovely quality of tone and made a most charming picture. The program follows: The Xightingale Has a I.yn- of (iold. lien Whelpley To You, Olcv Speaks My Heart is a Lute. 1luntiutgton Woodman Tlie Year's at the Sprine. Mrs. If. II. A. I leach Two Arias from I.a llohenie, I'uccini Herdgluck, • Roland Hoc<|tlet Schoit (Iretlcin, Alex, von l-'ielitz Selections from Hansel uiul tlretel, llumperdinck Intermission. A Group of Old French Sonus of the ICiKhteeuth Century, Wckelin The Mandolin. Debussy Air from Zierpuppcn, Comic Opera. Anselm CJotzl A Birthday, Huntington Woodman A Itirthday, _ _ Arthur Whiting Mrs. (Icorne S. Sumner at the Piano Chebeague Wins DOWNS NAVAL RESERVES IN INTERESTING GAME. Mooney Pitches Great Game for Win ners. Taking sweet revenge for the de feat handed them earlier in (he seas on, Chebeague defeated the Naval Reserves of Portland on Saturday 4 otl. The game wan a pitchers' baltle between Mooney and Fickett. The former pitched great ball, only allow ing two hits and not passing a man. While Fickett was not hit hard, he was very wild and was in continual hot water. The features of the game were two circus catches by Lee, one of which off Cooke's bat saved sever al runs as the bases were filled at the time. The score: CHEBEAGUE Howell, lb Holly, c Sweeney, bb SlmmB, rf Cooke, If fiaton, ;?b Scullln, c.t LIUIr, 2b Mooney, p Totals, NAVAL 8haw, 2b McCarthy, c Bragdon. lb Roe, br M. Flckett, p Lee, If Harris, 3b C. Flckett, rf Hodgdon, cf Totals, • Sweeney out base. ABRHTBOA E 4 0 2 2 9 0 0 4 1 0 0 11 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 1 2 4 12 2 10 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 32 4 7 9 27 8 4 RE8ERVES ARRHTBO A K 4 0 1 1 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 7 0 0 4 0 1 1 9 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 0 0. 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 1 2 2*23 6 2 jr not touching third Chebea^ue, 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 x—4 NAval Reserve*, 00000001'0—1 Field Day FIRST ANNUAL ONE TO BE HELD AT BIRCH ISLAND. Scheduled to Take Place Saturday.' August 22d. The first annual field day to be held j at Birch Island will take place this | Saturday, August 22, and the residents j there have been making great prepara-1 tioiis for the event. There will be I field and water sports, baseball games j and band concerts both in the after noon and evening, the St. John's Band of Brunswick having been hired for the | occasion, while at night there will be i a dance in the casino. The field and water sports will start at 10 A. .M. and the motor-boat races at 2 T. Mi The j latter are divided into two races, for j boats under 25 feet and for those over 25 feet, the prizes for both being $10. i for first and $5.00 for second places. The events are open to all who wish to i compete. Peaks Island House GAIETIES OF PAST WEEK FORM CONTINUED ROUND. House Doing Fine Business During This Mcnth. At the present time the house is as | well filled as usual at this time of j year. While not tip to the high-1 water mark in attendance set during j some banner years, the register shows a very average number registered here and Prop. Ralph E. Rowe is well pleased with the season on the whole. Never in the history of the house has there been a jollier, more congenial set of visitors, and the result is a continued good time for all those reg istered here. The prospects indicate that the hotel will be well filled up to and possibly after Labor Day. The auction held in the hotel par lors, last week, for the benefit of the little island church proved a great suc cess, about $50.00 being netted. Dr. G. M. Illraan, of Philadelphia, acted as auctioneer and filled the role to per fection and in fact the guests all did their share towards making a success of the affair. One of the most enjoyable and spec tacular entertainments held here for a long time was the mask ball, last Fri day evening. Some of the costumes were most ingenious and displayed much inventive talent. The Ladies' Prize for the best costume was won by .Mrs. E. W. Rockafellow of New York, as a Turkish lady, while Mrs. Charles Bardell won second honors. .Mr. Albert Dunham took the prize among the men, being dressed in a colonial costume and was hard pressed by Mr. Colin Campbell, garbed as a Scotch Highlander. The Sunday concert this week was heard by a most appreciative audi ence who applauded the efforts of the musicians heartily. The following ar tistic program was offered: l.diois from tlv i I OITSf, Toliani < >oiino<l < icrman Ave Maria. Henry VIII Dane < intine Delibes Sliarwenka $l?ak0 Island $aljilj E. ISuuir, £Rana3*r J&aks Sslaufc : : : CCacm iBau. ittainc NOW OPEN Famous for years for its liberal ^man agement, supurb lo cation and fine shore dinners. Ev erything modern. Special orchestra. Accommodates 500. Rates, booklets and floor plans on ap plication. "SW ASTOR CAPE pKK!™d" — MAINE'S FINEST AND MOST SANITARY RESTAURANT— Finest 25c Dinner Served in This City Home Cooking, Home Made Pastry, Superba Coffee Combination Meals every (lay 2Sc. Turkey Dinner Sundays 50c- Handy to all electrics. Beautiful Private Dinini? Rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen. JOHN A. OIjARIT r, Proprietor Fine Leather Coods This department is one of the largest in our store and you will find everything that is new and stylish in leather. DAINTY SOUVENIRS OF PORTLAND 35c, 50c and $ I .OO Handbags in the Latest Shapes Medicine Cases Tourist Tablets Jewel Boxes Pocketbooks Card Cases Wrist Bracelets Collar and Cuff Cases Pass Cases Bill Rolls Many smaller novelties too numerous to mention. Latest War Maps of Europe —10 Cents Each — LDRING, SHORT & HARMON Monument Square, Portland, Me.