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THE BA1UIE ' DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY. OCTOBER . 12, 11)13.
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ARRE or EM A HOUSE
B AMKE, VT., OCTOBER 15, 1915
HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS
ajw&x t V wit Jj.1 J A
THE TREMENDOUS DRAMATIC SPECTACLE
ASYMPTONY ORCHESTRA- ENSEMBLES OF150 PEOPLEi
The Largest Dramatic and Musical Organization Ever Toured
WATERHURY
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Seats on Sale at Drown's Drug Store
Wednesday Morning, October 13
. .Many Friends Mot Saturday with Mis
Palmer to Observe Birthday.
Pnturdiiy wan a diiy of surprint' for
Mis Aiiiiiii Dorothy Valnier, who wan
home from Lyndon, institute. Tho flrat
waa the urrivul in the morning of Mint
Marion Riekert of Iiurre, who came a
an over-Sunday tfuoHt. Mi Hickert wus
uIho 18 IukI week. Tho family dinner
party at noon had been told to Mia
Palmer, but tho arrival of members of
tho orchestra, soloist and readers, who
had been with her in entertainments,
wag" a perfect surprise. These were en
teitalnec) for tea, the place cards being
titles of songa. In the evening, while
the orchestra was rdavimr. about 50
members of Dillingham grange marched
into tlie house. The evening passed with
music by liur.zcH's orchestra, vocal solos
by Mia Kathleen Leliarron and the
presentation speech by Sunt. 'Norman
Frost, in behalf of the grange, of a bean-,
tiful Wallace Nutting picture, "Mend
ing." Refreshments were served and
eoilece and old-time sonirs sung. Miss
Palmer was the recipient of many other
gifts and carries back to school delight
ful remembrances of her home, friends
and her 18th birthday, Among others
who aided in the festivities were Miss
Palmer's undo and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Huntley of Uolton. '
!
Ibarre opera house
Monday Evening, October 18
BIGGEST SHOW EVER STAGED IN BARRE
AMUSEMENT NOTES
A New Year's Eve on Broadway Shown
in "Everywoman."
One of the big features of the scenic
splendor of "Everywoman," the huge
dramatic spectacle, "which Ilenry W.
Savage will offer at tho Burre opera
house Oct. 15, is a representation of the
? t. V. ,
The Great Big Musical Event of the Season
Prices: 50c, 73c, $1, $1.50 Scat Sale Saturday, Oct. 16 g
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Prescribed by
doctors for-
twenty years
Heal yStir skin
with Resinol
NO matter liow long you havs
been tortured and disfigured by
itching, burning, raw or scaly skin
humors, just put a little of that sooth
ing, antiseptic Resinol Ointment on
the sores and the suffering stops
right there 1 Healing begins that
very minute, and in almost every
case your skin gets well quickly,
easily and at little Cost.
Reainol Ointment and Resinol Soap are fold
by all druggists. Prescribed lor JO years.
era Mouse
AUSTIN AND NELSON, LESSEES
F. . AUSTIN. MGR.
"PF.AUTY." IN "EVERYWOMAN"
Bar re Oprrm House, Friday, October 15
sWKSC
IJROOKFIELD
Program and Dates for Brookfield's Win
ter Lecture Course.
This town i to have a lecture course
lauph-provoking jokes, that the tastes
of all are suited.
Mr. Hindus is a native of Kuxtia and
knows the joys (what few there are)
and the iHirmua of -ar-nt lite in that
eountrv, and the tyrannies of eiturch and
this winter, a mtret haing Ixen "tate, as only natives can. iountf o-
! Iteeua ' siH'iiia near iiiru ii iinin w nut 11
nieans to iie uuuer ine Mara nun
ijned with the ljixtrrn Km)iire
bureau by the local committee, the cn-teitaiunit-nts
to m given, with the date
of their production, to 1e a fidlowt:
4 Harmony ti i, Oct. !flt; Maon jubibe
ainjiers, Nov. H; Ckailes . Roltrrtit, !.
6; Utchtield Iji timer duo, Jan 17; Mor
ris (.. IlindriH, Krb. 2.1.
Tin i taid of the Harmony trio:
Three fplemlid vires, Well Iwlanerd and
tlroroughly tiainpil, reading of unfit ar
tistically re lilt red. k'tchri in itutne,
etpriiallv rra ni-ci, -iai. 1. of aym
idiotty ttUc, in ii iuliu and ymtar ii-iiii-lniiin
i,t. iimkr up a ir. B!aii full f
m cj t H
and of
il ttractir-
iin-ty
1 lw !mii jubiW kiti(iip pear i" a
B'oJ hl tadeiM ,1 Jul 1 1 itrihiiatn. Tee
stripe.
Thf lm-al -ominittee lias tried, anj
thinks it ha ui ceeihd, in putting on a
j;Hd program in tlie Iciture iwim of
i'.il. and '111, and hope it have tlie
hearty npoit of tho jw'ople financially
in tlie ali' of tickets, which may I pur
liHcd rt U. Moim's t-torc or of 1'rin
Aubrey Tabor.
riotous revelry of a New York' crowd on
Broadway on New Year's eve. To ap
proach realism in liii production Mr. Sav
age had Walter Hnrridge, hi scenic ar
tist, aifd (iinrpe Marion, hi tnjje di
rector, iit the rHingested "'rtion of
"Tli White Way" for tlie purpose of
absorbing atmosphere a the clock was
trikinj; the hour at the birth of tlie
new year. In this scene over one hun
ilred and fifty people are employed.
Adv.
IlANDOLi'H
V. S A. NOTES.
l'limipsl (.ran and family f ek
end isitcrt at' Ncwpoit. making the
ti'p ty ant'i.
At a iiiectlna' of the att'Mic aocia
tioa M"i,!hv, Murisv 1'ike linani
fitoii-lv l 'ii-l ittain of tlie h iclmll . Mi I'lkr'a Hitt-r, Mr
Mr. and Mr. forgj Coggin of Mt.
Vernon, X. If., and Mr. and Mr. F. K.
Taylor of Milfoid, N". II.. were enter
tained over Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Tew kl)iny, at tlicir camp.
At a fm of ball on Saturday at the
Viall athletic field, between the Ran
dolph lugli school team and the Hmok
fo ld, a victory was gained by the for
mer. Mr. Mary A. P.uike and daughter,
Mr. VAur I r.rijra. of North l'omfrit
Mi., Lucius I- Jctirun; of White- River
Junction, and hi mn, tiordoti, were over
Sunday (iiet of Mr. and Mr. W. X.
I'ailey nl 1 f t for their home on Mo
day. Mm Arigie Tike came from N'ortli
fiel 1 Monday, eM-'tinjt to return for
permant'tit tay tlwre in tle near future.
t I.h i i- l King.
Mrs. L. R. Foster, who had a shock
Friday evening, remains in an uncon
scious state at the home of her son, Dr.
E, J. Foster, at Waterbury Center.
Mrs. Clara Parsons is supplying in
the school taught by Mrs. Ernest New
comb. Mrs. Newconib is improving.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Rcrt Ayers has been taken to the Mary
Fletcher hospital for treatment of ap
pendicitis. Mrs. Frank Hodge picked from rasp
berry bushes set out - this spring, one
and one-half pints of the St. Regis berry
on Saturday.
Mrs. livretia Sargent and Mrs. L. P.
Rults of North Hvdfl Park and Mrs.
Luna llailey of Johnson were guests last
week of their sister, Mrs. Myron Hutch
ins, at the Center. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Jones of North Hyde Park were also
guests at the same home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pike of Chicago
are guests of Mr. Pike's daughter, Miss
Margaret Pike, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Demeritt.
The funeral of John King was held
from St. Andrew's church Friday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. High mas of requiem
was celebrated bv Rev. Roljert Devoy.
The bearers were" W, If. O'llrien, T. H.
O'Hrien, W. J. O'Xcil, James MeClaerey
and W, H. Carroll of this town, and
Martin Cortell of Richmond. Among
those present from out of town were
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Carver of Lynn,
Mass., Mrs. Jennie MeCarty of Rellows
Falls, Mrs. (ieorge Wheeh-r and Miss
Kate Forham of Montpelier, .Mrs. Ed.
Ruck, T. F. Hollord, 1). Cochran. Mrs.
Mary Walder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Walker, Mrs. Manchester 'and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Warren of St. Albans, Rich-1
rd Rurke and Miss Winnie llurke of;
Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reeves
and Mi M:Irv MiKirath of Ilurlington;
Miss Ann Kane of Montpelier, Miss Kate
Hannon and IJelle I ay lor of Hillsboro,
X. If.
The reception of the ITypatia elub at
the home of Mrs. W. If. IS. Perry Friday
afternoon was a delightful affair. The
new members were in the receiving line
with Mrs. R. E. Smith, president of the
State Federation of Women's flub. Mu
sic on the sonora was furnished by Mrs.
V. L. Perkins and piano solos were ren
dered by Mr. Dewey Crave of Chatta
nooga, Tenn. Mr. Smith addressed the
meeting on the departmental work of the
club of the state, what they are plan
ning and accomplishing. This year it is
planned to put more effort on the rural
school problem. They are also trying to
improve the moving pictures of the state.
The afternoon was very pleasant and in
structive. Refreshments of chicken al
nd. hot biscuits, jelly, sherbet, cake and
colfee were furnished by the program
committee and hostess. The house was
decorated in the American colors, flags
having prominent places and flower to
harmonize with aanie. Tlie afternoon
certainly gave the club a fine start for
the vear.
To-night Only
at 7 and 8.30 o'clock
George Kleine presents Mary Ryan
and Harry Mestayer in the .Cohan
and Harris farce
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By Carlyle Moore
Five Parts
Prices, 5c and 10c
j.
FRANCIS TYLER
With Anorn Optra Company in "The Bohe
mian Girt." at the Barre Opera House on 1
Monday ervenina, Ocotber 18.
WofM Series
on the Base Ball
Ptey-O-Graph
(Paragon Score Board)
at Montpelier City Hall
at 2 P. M.
An Ideal Complexion
Cive that snowy
white complexion which
fashion requires tha we IP
roomed woman to possess.
At Druiraifts and
llupmruneut Storws
' !Ve will tend a complexion
chamois and book oi Pow
der leaves tor 1 5c to cover .
cott of mailing and
wrraoping.
FERD. T. HOPKINS ft SON
17 Great Junes St., cw vara mjr
Gouraud's
Oriental Cream
Watch
the
Ball
A
Real
Ball
In
Action
Watch
the
Ball
Every
Play
Made
In
Detail
Realistic! Thrilling! Interestinfl! ,
No Fakes Nothing but the Real Game
nlnn ffio Qrlfoc drlmlcclnn 95c. 2ind S0C
llll U111IU tllV IiUUtVi a
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t.i ill tor t 'ic eoinitur tM SMtti. A Vicm (.all I has recently t'lir. Iiswd a I on... in that
ki!iar charm of the quaint .oiitli-rn m inxyr lt apriiijr. Mr. I'ike lv d m-J jdaie and i!l make a Jwrmsnetit lioiue
ttt Iodic k tint nH tndect ,hMe. but
itu;'t ihallc. a mug I'V tie four w
hi ted l'tro om .
t iiarhn r.otnit is loth artist and en
tertaiiKT. Hi rai.nlly liai pnturj't
afford to ay uiri-. All ho !
cute n f I n.'d liuaior. a sK.lifw) 14 n.i.i)j
if T.f t!s'it. fin art ii 1 rai.id -tio
mil be 1i ;.td ith Mr. I'.ob
- erf.
rf ti e Ijstiiiwr Lit l.ftl, t'uo, r. preat
i te aHy f t(e jT.rmwi. c ,.titK
f1 m Ini im n I ( lioli i. I t hair .
S"'f.j.', resnfmp anl ImifH. ent'itain ns
Hi-trntid 1 ntnlitv l" a'-t tor the fant.
isnd it h the ot ! nicotic "rk 'f Man
ager .oirtjf, j.r-t for the se)ioa of.
IJilr! w in si rv r.l.
Natur.lav. Ikt. 0, the Apci- were de
f. ated l.v' Mm fi l.-T ttira in a l-cl)-lae4
jawe. Jirief t w hrt half tin
tcani n -rcd t- He nl r tiat HI,
It-it in tW Ut half it t-iaine eri-
r. rt that tw nin l. k d ti.f f 'at
"li ' to TM,t thrmii'ti a tM'n. and th
.re J1 'I fitir ly i'"i nif t le la-l
I If . w "! t kf an "-r '.rf f tl
i..i. if. Ii.r )- ; .
PAVILION IliEATO
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
in one of his very latent releases with the Essanay 1 v. - i.- i i. r.n.
Company, THE HANK, and onr -.f the , t . h.,.
there.
ticorp SparhawV. lio 1 1 hrvn here
from l',rr. r.. itli In faimlv for
I artcra! w-k. left on Sunday for 1W-
ton, and from there i l go on Imiw.
Mr. and Mr, liana Iie )ii recent
ly returned from ltchford, m Iter thr
rr.t t i.t Mr. l.ui'i motlm-, Ir.
t'arJiaV.
II. F. XVo.!, affcr efifirt! t
the lK.ue for a n ahle n Tnea-
day to f t' N! rt,. . II, her Ve
lit to work. itb t r i ! ra!ner. h
i !iMihir g the interior f a w kiw
t re.
Mr. and Vra W. P.. 1-'k. M r mm-
I irjr ti MimiR't if t mil, h trtiwA
to th' ir ) in w lln, t m.
3. H. aT.a'ian tkis' a sa.a
t i "-m la ' k toe ".an.l'.p' talk'
'). td i c 'he t m in i:fi-r-
' -t Irla f ! - "H.
t.d f r'm
EAST 11ETHEL
"SViim Id!a Tape ha returned from
viait injr her aihti-r, Mr. K. A. Field, at
Xorthluld.
William Taine of Hartford. Conn, i
fhe jruet of lii lirotlier, Ieonard, at
H. W. F.iwler'a.
Mja. M. I. J!ro n viaited lier ton, Wal
ter, in fiandolph Friday.
The pran; in to have a dance nrt
Friday rtening.
funniest yet
The Frame-up
A two-i-art drama made by tlie Kakm C
M -
with an all-:" tar cat
omran1
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t5
The Human Ocicpu
A rnot thrilling two-part Kay-Bee drama
Love's Way
A delightful little cnn;edy drama v!ith Edith Story
and Ar.tor.lo Moreno
rniCIlS: ... Atfu!t ltV, O-ilirra Scj;
M". 1m ( 'f ! " i-ior
i ?(! try i n a I t i f l-'mae f
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SEAV'ER'S LAXATIVE TONIC .
TABLETS
The Correct Laaatira for Womea
-Mere ii al U auty, rntK-ing aa it i,
Milt not lr.nsni'iitlj- a tail in the (Wsit
of a clean, fresh, healthy km and rnn-
jdeiwrn. A woman may l.ave wrf"!
feature, a youthful form and a aeeful
fit'ure, but without the health anil l.l.m
of a clear akin, fect beauty la im-
rKitde.
Whets the kia ii muddy or rloudy or
marred tiy moth atwU a nd rumpli. nine
time in ten tt i due to nature 'a inability
to perform the furxtiua raaential t. jut
ft health.
Sfariy a lUirre. Fat Ttarre and Taliot
U f y -mM trtitl,fut!T tell .f the remi'k
al ie f .rorx-rt lea .f ' SVA I.K LAXA
1 IVF. T"MC TAIiLKTN at akin !.
tifn-f, and the reaann la rr to "1n4.
They ore nrt-lr sejr1alW' estras
to hae a swlectne actma fir the
km.
J hr rrrprme the erri kt. clear up
fl.e km. f'"1i tin ll.4. at ifrMilate the
t l T. teje tJ, ttiteaf wea and rw
l . I '..t-w e.-t .;t am -neur(r.Jtsr t'.e
! U and ( ter natnre t it
e wTt. .k The !' I ' Il.r
rea.s . f'eat.k Ilosi'k, t O. nn&ry- A
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MWIT.s LA7ii: T'v TAB
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TO-DAY
JM Twice Daily-Matinee 2: 15Evcning 8:00 m
1 IW PARR TWTffi
. . D. W. GRIFFITH'S r
1 POSITIVELY THE SAME FULL PRODUCTION AS -SHOWN AT THE
m MAJESTIC THEATRE, BOSTON, AND THE LIBERTY, NEW YORK CITY.
ON ITS SEVENTH MONTH, BOSTON, AND SECOND YEAR, NEW YORK.
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mXiC'.pfftkin, Ctanrifa.irKt, IlijeejfrWf
trjin 't '-en lhS frnrrre terirma
i.rfi. At tJie tn fr'pi t4 r-rA
cr-iC.rvima tite V rel.aiiif family
remedy tljst it sjmrrt dej-r,4
BEECHARFS
PILLS
SEE LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION; LEE'S SURRENDER TO GRANT;
SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA; BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG; LIN
COLN YIELDING TO A MOTHER'S TEARS; NORTH AND SOUTH REUNITED.
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optored the heart f
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There MI ST le a resrn
why ftrrj ore mt thi
incpirintt. - lifting
play. '
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