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.THE BARHK DAILY TIMES, 11AUHE, VT., SATURDAY, OCTOBER
10,
1915.
BARRE OPERA HOUSE
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Monday Evening, October 18
BIGGEST SHOW EVER STAGED IN BARRE
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. The Great Big Musical Event of the Season
Prices : 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 Seat Sale Saturday, Oct. 16
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Barre Opera House
AUSTIN AND NELSON, LESSEES
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TO-NIGHT ONLY :;
Saturday, Oct. 16, at 7 and 8.30
Don't Fail to See This
THE TRUE NEW ENGLAND CLASSIC
AMUSEMENT NOTES
A Remarkable Production of the "Bo-
hemlan Girl" Monday, Oct. 18,
What modern stitgo iminugeiiient can
arcompliHh for, one of the oldest and
moat popular opera ever written will be
dcnioiistntted at the Jiarre opera House
Oct. 1H, when tlie Aborn Opera company
will offer lis Liir spectacular production
of "The Boliemiau Oil 1" (in English.)
. This production lias proved an im
mense success ever since it wan first
shown several years siro. From a scenio
an spectaculur point of view, also mu
sically tlie revival of llulfe's great work
ptiobably eclipses all productions pre
viously made of this opera. "The Uo
hemiau Girl" is always to be found in
the repertoire of all crand opera com
panies since it was originally produced
at the Drury Lane theatre, London, over .
seventy years airo. With but few ex
ceptions has this popular work been giv.
en with adequate scenic equipment. Or.
dinarily the several scenes of the opera
have been staged with most meagre set
tings.' In the present revival the Messrs
Aborn have introduced in the fine mam
moth scenes many striking novelties of
i which are made possible by the use of
the oooic ana score, which was prepared
I specially for the 2'arisian revival in
1 1860. Borne of the novelties are a. num
' ber of trained horses that are didden
!at top speed up the mountainside as
the finale of the first act, while in the
second act are shown the gypsy cara
van and encampment, a town, fair with
the Tziifani troupe of acrobats, sword
1 swallowers, strong man, and the usual
motley crowd seen at such gatherings,
The ballet from La Gioconda, "The
Dance of the Hours," , is introduced in
the third act. This organization numbers
upwards of one hundred people includ
ing cast, big chorus and special oreheS'
tra. Cast includes Edith Allan, Henry
laylor, llildrcd Rogers, George Dunstaa
Francis Tyler, Ralph Xicholls and others
of prominence. Adv. ,
PLAINFIELD
GROTON
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A five-part photoplay adaption of the play made
famous by JAMES A, HERNE
Prices, 5c and 10c
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MANCHESTER, N. H.
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High School Pupils Are to Publish a
Paper.
The students of Whitcomb high school
.1 11 . ( i , I ,mu rouiftf Inn Ti . ,- i i.l raifdrilf I
to completing plans for the publication ; ? Tine street to the houae in the vil
of a school paper which is expected to ; Tth,,t ntr pflrchssed of New-
thlv. Mies Ad'll King
Mary Jane,-the six -year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lvi Wilson, who nas
been ill for several days, was taken'much
worse on Thursday, and attenaing pny
sicians pronounced her case appendicitis,
with an immediate operation necessary
She was taken ' to Burlington, accom
panied by her parents and Dr. N. A,
Caldwell, where an operatton was per
formed the same evening. The many
friends of the little girl and her parents
are honnifir for her early recovery,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rieker were visitors
in Woddsville, N. H., yesterday
- T. B. Hall and Mrs. Lee S. Blanchard
and daughter, Margaret, left Thursday
to visit relatives at Worcester, Mass,
Kenneth Murray has moved from the
tenementhouse owned by . the Groton
Manufacturing Co. to the upstairs tene
ment of E. E. Darling, The house va
cated by Mr. Murray will b occupied
by F. E. Seott, who Is connected with
the above-named company.
Mrs. Sherman Graham of St. Johns-
bury visited her brother, Fred Ilayes, the
first of the week. ' '
! IJ. R. Pace and Mrs. J. H. Taisey went
to Burlington Tuesday and accoinnied
, Mrs. Page and infant son on their return
; from the Mary I letcbcr hospital.
I Mrs. Lewis Keenan went to Kt. Johns-
bury yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs,
Eber Caldwell.
Mrs. David Hall and Miss. Abbic Mc-
Crillis were visitors at Wells River on
Thursday.
Dr. I. X. Eastman has been in Burling
ton this week receiving medical treatment.
C. M. Tsge has moved from the house
Miss Mary Martin of Montpelier spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jucob Martin. ' "" . .
Mrs. Fitts of Bradford spent part of
the week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred
Gale. " f! .
Mrs. Gardner and daughter, Helen, vis
ited in Montpelier Monday.
Mrs. Ellen Shorev has returned from
Wheelock, where she has been visiting
relatives,
Mrs. Frank Kelley' and chilllren of
Montpelier visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Kel
ley Tuesday.
A daughter wag born. to Mr. and Mrs.
George Nye Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Mr. and Mrs.' W. S. Martin left on
Sunday for their winter home in Cam
bridge, Mass. ' ' 'iif
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchins are the
new caretakers at Woodlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bartlctt have
purchased a Lester player piano,
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Morse, Mr. and
Mrs.' Pliny Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Morse and Mrs. Fanny Perkins of Ran
dolph visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bart
lett Sunday. ,
R. II. Rogers and Miss Patch of Cabot
were in town Sunday, calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Bartlett and
son, Wayne, have returned from Long
Beach, Cal., where they have been spend
ing several months.
Miss Dorothy Smith went to Richford
Tuesday to attend the annual convention
of the -Vermont Sunday schools. '
Mrs. ,ertrude Gale Dodge of Montpe
lier visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bart
lctt the first of the week.
Misses Jane and Abba Clark have re
turned from Concord, N. II., where they
have been visiting relatives. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cutler have re
turned from their wedding trip,
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Townsend have
moved to the Fortney house on School
street.
Mrs. Joseph Bartlett visited Mrs, Ger
trude Bartlett of Barre part of last
week. -
Xews has been received of the birth of
a son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waterman of
Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Oct. U, a
grandson to Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Coburn
of this town.
Pealastn Valley Reebkah lodge, No. 42,
were in Williamstown Wednesday even-
ng to exemplify the Rcuckau degree at
tne district meeting.
Several from town attended "The Birth
of a Nation," given at Barre this week.
The Direct Importing Co. has opened
a branch store in the building vacated
by Henry Kenniston. "Xe5"Lane will have
charge of the store.
Curtis Martin, was seriously ill the
first of the week, but is much better at
this writing.
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 12. Columbus
day was observed by the junior high
school in Plainfleld. An appropriate pro-
gram was well rendered- and after tV
entertainment the teachers and pupil
served the audience with corn and sand
wiches. There waa a splendid exhibit of
work done by the girls in the lines of
sewing and cooking, and much credit is
ue the teachers for the progress thev
tave made in so short a time.
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MAJESTIC THEATRE, BOSTON, AND THE LIBERTY, NEW YORK CITY. M
ON ITS SEVENTH MONTH, BOSTON, AND SECOND YEAR, NEW YORK. 1
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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SEE LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION; LEE'S SURRENDER TO GRANT;
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appear montnlv. .Mies Aaell King was
elected editor-in-chief; Claude William
son, assistant editor; Max Bliss, manag
er; Averill Rogers, aHuUtant) Ma Bar
rows, news editor; Ned Davis, athletic
editor; Mildred Shaw, art editor; Lera
Havey, joke editor; Adelina Clifford, ex
change editor.
Fire Insurance
I represent seven
teen of the largest
and best Stock and
Mutual Fire Insur
ance Companies. Ask
for rates.
Miss Kate Bullard Is ill with neu
ritis. -
Drs. O. I). Greene, O. V. Greene and
F. A. Edmunds returned last evening
from attending the annual meting t
the Vermont Medical society in Burling
ton.
Miss Katherine llismberlaiu returned
yesterday to Philadelphia after a three
week's viit at F. A. Chamberlain's.
A meeting of members and helpers of
the Congregational church was held lat
evening at which the quention of rebuild
ing the parannage was considered at
length. No definite ai-tion was taken,
but the concensus of opinion was In fa
tor of rebuilding, but not this fall, ow
ing to the approach f cold weather.
ton Lflnt
A aon was born Wednesday to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Pctrie.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Clark were visitors
in Montpelier Thuraday and Friday.
Mrs. Josephine Clark of Wells River
and sister, Mrs. Howard Fletcher of Bos
ton, were callers in town Thursday.
Mrs. M. E. llockley is visiting friends
in Maatacliusetts.
Miss Emma Jones has been rawing
part nf the week with friends in M,
Johnaburr.
Sir. and Mrs. Milton Farrow of Teach
am have been gueots of rrlatives in town
several days this week.
Joseph Caldwell has moved from Tops
ham to the farm he recently purchased
of . J. Dean in tlie north part of tlie
town.
Bev. and Mrs. C L, Snow of nopkin
ton. X. H arrived In town Thursday
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. 1'
Welch. Hev. and sir. f-nnw comes as a
candidate for the paatorat of the Bap
tist church.
Mis Theresa Carpenter left Thurs
day for Manchester, X. II, to Visit her
Card of Thanks.
I wish to thank my neighbors and
friends for the many acts of kindness
shown me during my illness, also for the
beautiful flowers, postcards and kind
wishes while in Montpelier.'
Mrs. Eva Bailey.
Plainfleld, Vt,
EAST ORANGE
ltv.fi lu mT turn 1'iun ui nirii, ium
J. V. DILLON
as4 4 hbai Btock Marra, t s.
others went br trsin.
j Mrs. Adelaide Young of Waterbury i
spending a week with ber sister, Mrs.
i. E. Mart ell.
A. R. (ioodwin has returned from a
few dart' tisit in B.wton.
Miss' Sylvia Wbittaker, native of
jttiis town ana Ir manj reara a resirn-ni.
letelv clelrated lrey st anniversary at
the home of ber istr in Plymouth,
Ma.
Mrs. JccpHne lane waa giri sur
prise re.-f-f.tntn this aftertnK at Mrs.
M J. French on the occasion of b r
2d aaaiveraary.
the furnace "t Iwing coixipleted.
EAST MOlfTPELIEB.
East Montpelier t'niversalist litirrb
f. E. Adams, pastor. S-rteeon Similar,
ct, IT, at 0;4. a. m.; ubj-t, "Korgiv
K0KTH MONTPELIER.
Nortts M"fttplier I 'ni versa list Oinrrh
F. K. Adsma. paslnr. Kcthw on Sun
day, st. 17, at t p. m.; nbjt, "Fr-gnewas."
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Mrs. Fannie Cook of Orange, was in
town Wednesday, visiting her sisters,
Mrs. Belle Johnson and Minnie Prescott,
also calling on friends.
Joseph Corcoran is working for Miss
Myra Eastman.
The many friends here of Ira Calef
wers very glad to get word Tuesday that
the crisis was past and the doctors hoped
for a speedy recovery Mr. Calcf was
taken ill in Providen., R. I.
Charles Machia went to Burlington
to the hospital Tuesday for treatment.
He has been in poor health for a long
lime, llis many friends hope be may
get help there. Uis wife went with
him.
C M. Colby and E. L. Sanborn were
business visitors in Orsnjre Fridsy.
Frank Pithy of Chelsea was in town
Friday, buying st.sk for market.
Arthur Prescott waa in Barre on bus
iness Saturday.
Mr. Emma Bowen has irone to La-
coma, .. II, to isit r latins and
friend for a few welts.
Herbert Bowen and friend from Wash
ington, called at Hilss Bo ens Tues
day.
Kenneth, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Simpson, is quit ill with a hard
cold.
I'.uhard Currier and relatives from
Wisconsin weie at the old Currier farm
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JOSEPH BENABERY
As "Aarahwaa Llnr.ln," in "Ths Birth
af a Nsiisa"
Nothing in the history
of the stage since Jenny
Lind has so completely
captured the hearts of.
red - blooded Americans.
There MUST be a reason
why everyone sees, this
Inspiring, . soul lifting
play.
PRICES: '
Matinee-
23c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Evening
25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Reserved seats on sale at
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Flora." th Tct Sister, ia Th Birth
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Golden Wedduif Anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs, C J. Billing.
A few of the old friends and neighbors
of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Billing nut with
tl,em at their home Tuesday afternoon
to help celebrate the 5"th annner- ft
sMTy oi tneir wrtiuia;. n m,-h,
tears S(ro, they (Caltin Joshua Billings
and Mary Hunt) went to get mariuii,
they were quite young and he said to
the minister, "You need not be surprised
if we act a little green, as this is the
first time we were eer married." Fifty
years of married life hate not spoiled
Calvin Joshua's propensities fr a joke.
All 4iad a tihasant tune and wished thrin
an-her half century of happy married
ite.
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John SU(k has gone to Tunhridge to
live with his son, l'nnin Msrk.
laura Stiles ia visiting lrwnls in
l.raintrre.
II nrv Camp, after stopping n short
time at the Kamlolrh aanstoi mm to hate
an X-ray plt taken to determine the
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.Mr. and Mrs I ri,-t Cutter nf (lr.nri
calW on M.m Hvra l.tiuaa Tuea- w at.Th.o. Me. lie w-nt ia v.ise,
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Mr. and Mr. A. E- Prescott visited
thetr aister. Mr. Ed. t 'ot-k, and family,
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