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Mrs. George II. Kiiiglit and Mrs. .loliu Kowler
were the liostes.ses of one of the most delightful
parties of the present season, which took the form
of a '-library paity," in the Mnsic Hall at the
Poland Spring Honse, Monday evening.
About seventy-tive of the young people of the
house particijiated in the presentation of the titles
of well known books. Prizes consis'ing of appro-
priate selections of art leather articles, were given
the ladies aixl gentlemen who succeeded in correctly
naming the greatest number of titles, and to those
whose lists of correct guesses were smallest, con-
solation prizes were awarded. A special prize
given for the best idea in the delineation of the
The presentation of the names of Ixioks was so
cleverly made by all of the participants, that the
judges found their task of awarding the honors,
anything but easy. So iiuiny original ideas were
evolved that it seemed that every one was entitled
Miss Elsie Shaw was adjudged to have given
the best presentation of her book, "An Old
Fashioned Girl," and was awarded the prize.
For the best list of guesses among the gentle-
men, Mr. Howard Holton, who named twenty
correctly, was given first prize. Mr. George W.
P^lkins Jr , with a list of six, took the consolation.
The best guesser among the ladies was Miss
Eleanor Lindsay, who named twenty-fourcorrectly,
and the consolation souvenir went to Miss Childs.
The judges w-ere Messrs. Fay, Cilley and Inman.
A supper was served in the main dining hall which
was decorated with flowers from the conservatory.
During the supper, the party was entertained by
stories told by Messrs. Fay, Cilley, Inman and
Honorable mention was accorded the following
titles: "Three Men in a Boat," Messrs. F. S.
Layng, I. B. Johnson and G. W. Elkins Sr. ;
"The Man on the Box," Mr. N. Allan Pettit ;
"Bob, Son of Battle," Mr. G. W. Elkins Jr. ;
"Four Feathers," Miss Florence Ayers ; "A Bath
Comedy," Mr. Dallas W. Koons ; "The Light
ThatF'ailed," Miss Mary Childs; "Philip Second,"
Miss Katherine Shaw ; "Ivanhoe," Mr. F. F.
Egan ; "A House Boat on the Styx," Mr. J. G.
Lindsay ; "We Two," Miss Marie Taylor; "Under
the Red Robe," Miss Harriet Lummis ; "Oliver
Twist," Mr. P. H. Lindsay; "Little Women,"
Misses Louise B. Elkins and Helen Johnson ;
"Hymns Ancient and Modern," Mrs. G. F. Tyler;
"Ben-Hur," Mrs. I. B. Johnson; "As You Like
It," Mrs. G. W. Elkins; "Twice Told Tales,"
Mrs. M. B. Lord; "Beside the Bonnie Brier
, B^sh," Miss Gertrude Knight; "Not Like Other
Girls,"' Miss Constant L. Johnson; "Lucille,"
Mrs. John Fowler; "The Scarlet Letter," Mr.
The list of titles as furnished by the committee
is as follows: "The Gamltler," Miss Lucy Wood-
worth; "The Crossing," Miss Chick; "The Light
That Failed," Mrs. Chick; "Washington in the
West," Master Edward Ricker; "Ivafihoe," Mrs.
Russell ; "Browning's Poems," Mrs. C. A. Brown-
ing; "A Social Departure," Miss Miller; "A Soc-
ial Departure," Mrs. Lindsay; "The Lightning
Conductor," Miss Alice Peterson; "Eleauor,"
Miss Eleanor Lindsay; "Fair Margaret," Miss
Margaret Layng; "The Ruling Passion," Miss
Vose ; "Innocents Abroad," Mr. F(jwler; "Skid-
doo 23," iMr. F. F. Field ; "The Thirsty Sword,"
Mr. A. P. Palmer; "Yesterdays with Authors,"
Mrs. Kniglii ; "Adam Bede," Miss Florence
Peterson; "Chester Tales," Mr. Chester Palmer;
" Wormword," Mr. Frank Pearson ; "Longfellow,"
Mr. M. E. Sawin ; "The Twin Seven Shooters,"
Mr. R. A. Bagnell ; "Other People's Money,"
Miss Dexter; " A Tale of Two Cities," Mr, H,
R.Green; "The Blind Musician," Mr, Shipe;
"The Sign of the Cross," Miss Helen Taylor;
"The Sowers,'' Mr. Edward King; "A Tale of
Two Cities," Mr. H. Holton; "The Three Mus-
keteers," Miss Margaret Pettit; "Nicholas Nick-
leby," Miss F^lizabeth Noyes ; "A Rose of Old St.
Louis," Miss Etfie Bagnell; "Reveries of a Bach-
elor," Dr. Ktn'ght; "Other People's Money,"
Miss Beatrice Clark ; "The Odyssey," Mr. Russell ;
"My Mother and I," Miss L'Engle ; "Letters of a
Self Made Merchant to his Son," Mrs. Childs;
"A Box of Matches," Master Jamie Ricker.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tobin of New York are at
the Poland Spring House.
Mr. Thomas B. Peck of New York has joined
Mrs. Peck at the Poland Spring House.
Mr, and Mrs. A, J. Secor of Toledo, Ohio,
returned to the Poland Spring House on Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Conley of Bangor and Miss
Gertrude Hinds of Portland dined at the Poland
Spring House on August 3(1.
Miss Ava dc Lagercraniz, the well known min-
iature and (lortrait painter of New York, who has
recently been visiting the Countess d'Arschot at
Richtield Springs, returned to the Poland Spring
House on Monday. Miss Lagercrantz has three
charming miniatures and two pastels in this year's
Poland Spring art exhibition. The one of Mr,
Jenner, a noted lawyer of New York, is a splendid
portrait of a distinguished gentleman of the Roman
type. The pastel of Count Wachtmeister is a
speaking likeness, and the one of Mi.ss N. M.
Ricker is another pleasing example of Miss Lager-
THE EXHIBITION OF 1906
The Boston Globe says that the quality of the
Poland Spring exhibitions has steadily and con-
sistently improved every year, and that the one of
1906 is consequently the best yet.
The Boston Herald goes furtiier, when it says
that it opens with a collection of American pictures
which is the best ever brought together in Maine.
It goes on to say, that it contains all the well
known New England artists, as well as "many of
equally high reputation in New York."
The Boston Transcript has said that this year's
exhibition is the best in the series, and therefore
with this unanimity of opinion the case is closed.
The next point is as to what constitutes the best
pictures in the exhibition. The latter paper
appears to incline to Mora as being represented by
the most attractive contributions, and especially
mentions a water color, ".Spanish Fair in Goya's
Time," and later his oil entitled "The Sun Screen."
The Herald holds to the opinion that Woodbury's
"The North Atlantic" conies first, considering it
today one of the finest marines in the world.
The Globe on the other hand places Tarbell's
"Rehearsal in the Studio" first among the most
remarkable pictures in the collection.
Here is quite a diversity of opinion, and possibly
were the estimate of others equally well qualified
to judge, solicited, there would be further additions
to the above list, so great is the number of superior
candidates for favor.
Second choice among these art editors varies as
much as the first, these being DuMond's "The Net
Mender," Richardson's "Flight Into Egypt," and
then Tarbell's work before mentioned. 'Phis gives
Tarbell a little the advantage, he havitig come
twice into the list.
This becomes interesting, therefore we will pur-
sue it a little further. The third named by each is
MISS EVANGELINE S. ADAMS
ASTROLOGY AND PALMISTRY
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Caliga's "The Checker Players." Richardson's
again, Tarbell's, Tarbell still gaining and holding
It will therefore be seen, that Tarbell and
Richardson are considered by these writers as
having contributed the best examples of American
art this year.
How many visitors to the gallery will agree with
this verdict? Probably there will be almost as
wide a diversity of opinion as there are numbers of
people, for in every alcove, and whichever way
one turns, the works of the best American artists
will confront you.
The writer of all these articles for the past
twelve years, wishes to re-state one iinportant
thing for the benefit of new and old guests alike,
and that is, that this collection is new each year,
not over ten, of the one hundred and sixty, having
been seen here previous to the present season.
You may have seen the exhibition here a year,
or two, or three years ago, but each artist repre-
sented has sent an entirely new picture each year.
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Poland Spring House, August Hd, in a .jl) liorsc-
power Thomas touriiig car.
A touring party from Portland at the Pohuid
Spring House, August 3d, consisted of Mr. and
Mrs.Â°H. J. Brown, IMiss Brown, Mrs. F. K.
Talbot and i\Ir. Fiederick Hale, all of Portland,
and Mrs. G. K. Burgess of Boston. They came
in a 40 horse-power Stevens-Duryea car.
Messrs. Frederick F. Field and Frederick F.
Field Jr. of Brockton, Mass., arrived here on
August 3d for the season. They touied from
Boston in Mr. Field's 30 horse-power Winloii car.
Mr. Frederick Hale of Portland, with Mr.
Harry C. Emer^' of New Haven, Conn., were
autonu)bile tourists at the Poland Spring Ilnu-^e,
August 4th, coming from Portland in Mr. Hale's
35 hor,se-power Knox car.
i\Iajor anil Mrs. Charles F. Brooker and Mr.
Alton F'arrel of Ansnnia, Conn., in a 40 hor.se-
power Packard, were at the Poliind Spring House,
Messrs. Peter Graflani, W. H. Graffam and K.
M. Graffam of Boston, in a 20 horse-power
Winton, were among the arrivals at the Poland
Spring House, August 3d.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ordwav. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank S. Marshall and Ralph S. Marshall of
Brookline, Mass., en route to Moosehead Lake,
stayed at the Poland Spring House over night,
August 3d. They came in i\Ii-. Ordway's 40
horse-power Packard car.
A party, in a 50 horse power Thomas car from
Portland,' Sunday, included Messrs. F. C. Her.sey
and J. B. Portaus of Portland, K. I. Davis and
George S. Jacob of New York, C W Miirgan of
Scranton, Pa., and J. B. Knox .Jr. of Hartford,
Mr. anil Mrs. F. Lnvitt and .Miss licacli of
Boston were at the Poland S|jriiig House, Sunday,
having toured from Boston in Mr Lo\ itt's 40
horse-power Mercedes car.
A touring party registered at the Poland Sprnig
House, Monday," included Mr. Roger (). Burton,
Mrs. F. J. Burnham, Miss Kittredge and Miss
Mendell, all of Boston, Mass. ; and Mr. L. W.
Hamlin of New Y''ork. They came from Boston
in a 30 horse-power F^ord car.
At the Mansion House, Sunday, an automo-
biling party was registered which included Mr.
and Mrs. H. N. True of Boston, Mrs. F.
Kinsman and Mr. D. R. Stinson of Augusta and