Buffalo Courier from Buffalo, New York on October 13, 1912 · 5
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Buffalo Courier from Buffalo, New York · 5

Buffalo, New York
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Sunday, October 13, 1912
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j I 1 i ! ' T "H! I s ! 1 ! THE BUFFALO COURIER. WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 13. 1912. 9 W o -VV f fit dJ? A .7 v iil .1 " --.V ' " Jin' it Elnjo5ng the Club's Annual Outing at BrunneVs Grove. "Who's Who in Picturedomr Mis8 Barbara Tennant. Leading woman of the Eclair Mo- tion Picture company. Miss Barbara 1 TennanU the Beautiful Shakespearean Actress, who appears before thou-sands. of people daily. Miss Barbara Tennant is one of the beautiful" leading ladles of the American Eolalr Film company, whose work in a number of recent productions has won the praise of both press and public, Miss Tennant Is a striking photographic subject and was born in London, England, just twenty-four years if 25 ?Vi ft I : :" " 5!k'fi'--f" r v ' w A I v . "Mi - Lav J I.--- '4 4 - M Miss Barbara Tennant. In a scene from one of her photoplay sue cesses. players and made her home in Montreal, Canada. Miss Tennant joined Frohman'g Seven Sister's company and after two very successful years left them and returned to her home in Canada, where she again received praise from the press by giving dramatic recitals throughout Eastern Canada, but it was in the spring of 1912 when Miss Tennant achieved her greatest success, when she became leading woman for the Eclair Motion jPicture company. Miss Barbara Tennant Is a thorough Shakespearean actress,': which mastery aids her considerably in pan-omimic work so necessary to the photo-playing artist. i Jf ' -! '-V - in -."" .-. f i - - :? 5- V':. .; f.. . ' ' 1 J - . r i' s " r ' - j ' r - ' - 1 ' f ' . Ihustoli, the world's greatest magidaiu-At the Majestic, week of October 15. f- ago: HeifL first stage experience was that of ia dancer at the age of thirteen, which h continued for several year, and earned a splendid reputation in England as a classical dancer. She came America with the Ben Greet Making It TJsefuL X Ted What became of his summer hotel hat failed because the place was so un-bealthy Ned-6h. he's running it now as a sani-tarlum. London Telesraph. jj UICEH AUD BETTER GIFTS FOR YOUR r.lOHEY " kv . . ..-. -. -. the LARGEST JEWELRY STORE OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT UElSEirJIEEl'S f V ? ... J i I '. X n ?. Ay J r-. - '- A" ' Miss Barbara Tennant. !The beautiful Shakespearean actress of the American Eclair company. save rmjEV Buy yonr fnrs now, ready-made, or yon can make your own selection of skins at the same price. We IiaTe a very large assortment of ready-made furs. We will hold any fur yoa select until wanted by paying a small deposit Repairing and remodeling at lowest prices. n nnMTnD Practical Ilia UHlJIUn Forriir 400 and 402 Genesee St BOTH PHONES Take Gene Street Cars to Spring Street Largest ExrlntlTe Farrier la Buffml. Opest Evenings. S7 and 69 Genesee St, Block from Main 8tret Block from Chipoowa Mark, TRUSSES " SUPPORTERS THAT ARE MADE AND FITTED BY US , Our i Customers Tell Us GIVC PERFECT i SATISFACTION CALL OR WRITE FOP ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE JEFFREY-FELL CO.. 320 Pearl Street. Buffalo 1 Miss Barbara Tennant. Who pleases thousands of people i dally on the motion picture screens. Polo at the Country, CInb Toronto Men Beat the Buffalo Team , . n 1 . 1 . 1 1,, . , . . . . . . VI' (Continued from Page Five.) found plenty of opportunity to applaud. MaJ. Blckford, captain of the Hunt club team, was the individual star of the afternoon, and his mallet was responsible for four of the goals scored by the visitors. Chandler Bleistein was in the game every minute, and thot three of Buffalo's goals. The line-up for the summary was as follows TORONTO CLUB BUFFALO CLUB Pos. Goals Pos. Goals t Allen Case 1 1C. Bleletein....3 2 C. S. Sidway..l 2 Georgre Cry...l 3 11. C. Blckford.4 3 K. P. rattison . Rack Marshll...O Back K. ifiawy.u Julius Steger, at Shea's this week in '-Jus-tlce." and mutterings." said the first professor, 'with that Journal." Yes," said the other, "he 'can't make it out, you know." "Can't make it out, eh?" Can't even read! I knew thev were an uneducated lot." ill right enough, tmt that's the baseball page he's got there." Rejuvenated. Westend How fresh coat of paint doea brUhten up any old object! t'h, said the ether, "Ty's educated , nance. Judge. Total ..6 Scored by pony.l Total 5 TORONTO BUFFALO Goal No. Goals Goals First period. No goals scored. Second period: ICS Sldwav....! Third period 2 Bleistein 1 3 Blckford 1 4 Bleistein 1 5 Blckford 1 Fourth period. 6 Blckford 1 7 Cary 1 Fifth period. 8 Scored by pony.l Sixth period. 9 Blckford 1 Seventh period. 10 Case 1 Qghth period. 11 Bleistein 1 Total 6 Total 5 Time periods of 7 1-2 minutes. No official time of goals taken. No penalties inflicted. Referee. Coleman Curtlss; scorer, Thomas Cary. A Distinct Vernacular. The baseball reporter's English is weird and wonderful, and apropos of it there is a story abouk the great Ty Cobb. In a New York hotel two college professors watched Ty Cobb bent over a newspaper. "Look at the poor fellow'g frowns DO YOU REALIZE That in these basy days WOMEN age rspidlr and Hm their frvahneas and bloom unless they mil tbemaclTea of oil old to beatth Md feooatr. LOUISE A. ROBINSON SKIN SPECIALIST ! 700 MAIN STRUT IOOR would call yonr attention to ber (ru'-ftnteed pare wonderful TOILET PREPARATIONS and ber ELECTRIC and VIBRATORY FACIAL, an SCALP MASSAGE. ' ALL BLEMISHES and SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED. - Prices Moderate. Consultation Free. Manicuring. For a GOOD CLEAII SHAVE Sharpea Toar Baaora and Safety Bladea "E Z" DRY HOKE NO STROPPING. 4 STROKES will make thoe ttim-arded blailt-a better than new. Postpaid. Sl-OO. If tfa not wortb 2.00 to rou after trying it, return it aad get your Money Back. Agents Wanted. Tbo E. Z. HONK CO, KUnira. S. T. 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