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THE BRATTLERORO DAILY REFORMER; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1916.
EMPIRE TODAY Red Feather Photoplays Presents Adcle Farrington What Love Can Do A Romantic Drama of Unusual Situations ." NICK ACTS . The Mask of Fortune Drama with Marjorie Ellison Arthur's Desperate Resolve ComeJy wtih Billy Garwood Children 5c Adults 10c TOMORROW Thos. Chatterton and Juanita Hanson IN The Secret of the Submarine Two Acts of Intense Interest The Craving A drama with terrific punch, great football scenes, amazing action. In five actt, featuring Wm. Russell and Charlotte Burton. M O T E- 3 bo sdier r rn Til 1 iff rUflc. tin: in every phoso of its dlittinrtmi scj-virn your iilra of u Irit a kh1 hotel should he. Convenient to ywlu're. fiti.QU rllh iVh-t! V) to f LOfi fkinh'e A'lony t.$'!t-SM to ?) L.C. Prior. M.iniginir Director I aiiu i in ... u pa mi I ii im 1 11 "hi., j ,i We call for your family washing. We wash all your clothei. tVe Irou all your Hat pieces. We dry tho remaining pieces. We return your wash promptly. We charge for all this only 3 cents per ponnd, provided your wash weighs 25 pounds or over. If you have not already received one of our bow family wash lists, call for one at once, as you cannot afford tn have your waahing done elsewhere; Washicgs taken Monday returned by Wednesday. Washings taken Tuesday retnrned r Thursday. Washings taken Iatr than Tuesday, returned at our convenience. BraH'cbsn Stcsn Laundry W. K. SPARKS, Prop. Phono 72 36 Flat St. F OK j Sporting News :: GOOD MASONIC BOWLING. Team F Rolls 1,334 While Team B Totals 1,283. Good scores wore rolled on the Ma sonic alleys last evening in a game in which team F defeated team B by a N.oie of 1,334 to 1,2S3. Both teams went over the 400 mark on each string. I.ocke, with 112, had high single and Tracy had 293 for the high total. The scores: Team F. Ms-own, SI 75 102 238 Locke, 112 75 79 266 l.itfht, 86 7.H 76 240 Tracy, 110 103 HO 293 Streeter, S4 101 92 277 .Totals, 473 492 429-1,334 Team B. Krely (sub), HO 82 74 236 A. Jordan, H2 86 81 249 Clark, 8H 88 92 268 Fettee, 83 99 92 274 Thompson, 81 95 80 256 Totals, 414 450 419-1,283 Chrysanthemums are com mg in abundance. We have a quantity very choice blooms from our own plants. None better in town. Prices cheap for quality of flowers Give us your next order. We have nearly everything in the floral line. C. N. BOND The Florist Phone 231:X 3 Locust Street Sporting Notes. Princeton fondlv expects that Tib- bott. drop kicker, will be in shape for the l ale game. Nine Pennsylvania unit'ersitv plavers won their letter for the first time by participating in the Dartmouth game. Five thousand additional seats have been erected in the Yale bowl, mak ing 76,000 available for spectators at the Ynle-llarvard game. A football crowd has monev. A col lection of $5,400 for the Harvard sur gical unit in the European war zone was taken at the Harvard-Princeton game. Hopkins, the Tufts quarterback who was injured in the game against Spring field i. .L L. A. college, is slowlv im proving in a Springfield hospital, but will be out of the game for the rest of the season. Tad Jones began his football exie- rien. e under Ed. Robinson, the Brown coach, then coaching at Exeter. From all accounts of the i ale-Brown clash last Saturday Tad has not yet caught up with Ins one-time, instructor. Six inches of snow on the gridiron at nanover, X. H,, drove the Dart mouth squad indoors for practice yes terday. The West Virginia team, which plays Dartmouth Saturday, is liable to find the weather a little colder than is customary in their home state. William F. Baker, it seems to many, is on tho right track in protesting against the sale of players by one league club to another at the tag end of the season. He is president of the Phila delphia National league club, and says that such swaps as Merkle for McCarty late in the season, except by the waiver route, should not be allowed. A lot of people will feel better about the announcement that Harvard will start most of the regulars in the game against Brown Saturday than if the previous announcement that only sub stitutes would play in this game was allowed to stand. Brown has a fine chance as it is of winning this annual game, for Brown is a very formidable team. NEW HAVEN TO TIGHT. Will Test Constitutionality of the Adamson Law. NEW YORK, Nov. 15. Announce ment that the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad would file suit to test the constitutionality of the Adam son law was made today by Howard Elliott, the president of the road. The suit will be filed in New York, Massa chusetts and Rhode Island and Connec ticut within a short time, he said. SHIP BY AMERICAN VESSELS. Cargoes of Fish, Taken from Newfound land to Southern Europe. ST. JOHNS, N. F., Nov. 15. The chartering of American vessels to car ry New Foundland fish to Mediterran ean markets is the latest move in the effort of commercial interests in this colony to overcome the handicaps im posed by the war. Such vessels have been loaded with cargoes for Greek ports and charters have been secured for many more. VERNON. There will be a meeting of Vernon Grange Saturday evening, Nov. 18. Mis. Hattie Barney of Londonderry sK'iit the week-end with her sister, Mrs. George Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Huilbert of Am herst, Mass., spent Wednesday with his sister, Mrs. Robert Clark, and family. Novelties in Brass ARE MOST APPROPRIATE FOR GIFTS This year we have a new permanent finish in two colors that is very effective. Smoking Stands from $4.00 to $10.00; these are In a variety of styles and colors. Book Ends $2.25, $2.50, $3.00, $4.50. Cordovan Desk Sets $13.50. Levant Desk Sets $19.50. Also a large variety of odd pieces for desk and smokers. VAUGHAN & BURNETT Jewellers. 141 Main Street The HiSLMARK StorT" F PERSONAL. ' 1 ! Capt. E. W. Gibson went to London derry today for a few days. Benjamin Weeden returned yesterday from a few days ' stay in Boston. O. D. Stowell has been ill several days in his home on Canal street. Mrs. Hadley of Chester is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest W. Gibson. Ray Williams went to Winhall last night to spend a few days hunting deer. Dr. Henry D. Holton went to North field, Mass., today on business. He will return this afternoon. Harry Anderson, who was acciden tally shot recently, was able to resume his studies in school this week. Mrs. Dora Porter of Newport, N. H., came yesterday to visit in town with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Bhorey. Miss Alice Eairu?s was in South Deerfield last night to attend the dedi cation of the Tilton memorial library. Denslow Stoekwell of South Hadley, Mass., is spending a few days in town and on Dummerston hill with relatives. Mrs. John White is having her house hold goods shipped to Greenfield, where she will spend the winter with her sis ter. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Ingram moved yesterday from High street to Mrs. C. O. Mack's house on Williston street. Mrs. L. W. Hawley went to Holden, Mass., this morning to visit a few days with her son, Charles T. Hawley, and family. Miss Marion Shuman from Hartford, Conn., who was a guest of Miss Eve lyn Dunham, returned to her home yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lavelle visited early in the week in Springfield, Mass., with their daughter, Mrs. William W. Plimpton. Mrs. Casper N. Moran has returned from a visit of several weeks in North field (Vt.) with her son, Arthur W. Teach, and family. Mrs. G. W. Brooks joined a party of friends from Chester this morning and went to Boston to attend the Billy Sunday meetings. Mr. and Mrs. John Austin, who have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Martin Austin, will return tomorrow to their home in Revere, Mass. Miss Helen Brulette of the Clawson Ilamilton business college has taken a position as stenographer in E. Crosby & Co. 's office, beginning work there Monday. Harrv C. Rhodes will have his house hold goods moved tomorrow to Gardner, .Mass., where he has a position. The Crystal Springs Ice Co. 's motor-truck will do the work. Miss M. Marion Willard, traffic, traveling inspector for the New Eng land Telephone company, with head quarters at Rutland, has been at the local office this week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Blake will close their summer home on High street Friday and will go to Brookline, Mass., where they have a furnished apartment for the winter months. Carroll Bond, who had one eye re moved recently in the Memorial hos- j pital and has since returned to his home on Locust street, is now able to be about the house. A nurse is still iu attendance. J. H. Foster of the J. H. Foster Heating company of Boston is regis tered at the Brooks House for a few days. This concern has charge of in stalling the heating apparatus in Man ley's new garage. BRATTLBBORO LOCAL. A flock of wild geese was seen fly ing southward over the village, yester day. Sedgwick Woman's Belief corps will hold a silver social in Armv hall tomorrow evening. The mission circle of the Universal ist church will hold a meeting Thurs day arternoon at 6 o'clocK. a paper will be given by Mrs. Cora Wood. The Woman's Foreign Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. A. G. Allen of 48 Western avenue Thursday aftemoon at 3 o'clock. Subject, i)r. Grenfell's Work in Labrador. Leader, Mrs. G. II. Boom. Frank Huntress of Keene, N. H. head of the Huntress syndicate of nine stores, together with William H. Wood of Claremont, N. H., and Williaji Huntress, was in town today to make arrangements for the opening of the lo cal store in the old O. J. Pratt quarr ters, which have been thoroughly re modelled. Mr. Huntress said he expect ed to open in Brattleboro about Dec. 1. BROOKLINE. Fired Salute to President. C. P. Stickney has rallied to the polls at each election save that of 1856, since he has been old enough. He pre pared three blasts in boulders as a salute for the re-election of President Wilson and on Friday noon, when the skies were clear, all doubts removed and the victory won, he caused the blasts to bo fired in succession. Dr. W. F. Robie of Baldwinsville, Mass., has come to help bale the hav on his two farms. Ho has bought a baling machine and expects to bale from 60 to 80 tons. Miss Lucille J. Horton of Washing ton, I). C, a descendant of the Whitney family, visited at the native place of her' mother, Hattie Whitney Horton, end grandfather and great-grandfather Whitney and at the home of C. P. Stickney, a relative. GIRLS! HAVE WAVY, THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Save your hair! Double its beauty in a few moments try this! Preserving the Conventions. "Anything on this event";, old man?" "Rather! Until bedtime." If you care for heavy hair, that glistens with beauty and is radiant with life: has an incomparable softness and is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair, besides it imme diately dissolves every particle of dan druff; you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if you have dandruff. This destructive scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, and if not overcome it produces "a fev erishness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. If your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily, get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl ton's Danderine at any drug store or toilet counter; apply a little as directed and ten minutes after you will say this was the best investment you ever 'made. We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair, and lots of it no dandruff no itching scalp and no more falling hair you must use Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually why not now? Advt. THANKSGIVING DISPLAY AND SALE OF GOOD LINENS. The best linens are none too good, especially if you can buy them at moderate prices. We put our reputation back of and recommend every piece of linen in this sale. The grades appeal alike to the woman who is not compelled to get the most for her dollars and to the woman who needs to make every penny count. To make the event interesting we quote Special Prices FOR THIS THANKSGIVING SALE Barbers Music Store 32 Main Sr., Wilder Building Tol phono .Vift-M EVERYTHING MUSICAL ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE DAILY REFORMER Damasks in Pure Linen in a wonderful assortment of patterns. All widths and qualities at 59c up to $1.50 Napkins to match, at $1.50 up to $4.98 German Damasks, silver bleached; 72-inch ; $1.50 val ue, at $1.25 Pattern Sets of Table Linen Cloths, 2 yd., '2. yd., 3 yd. and with Napkins to match, at $4.98 up to $10.00 Tray Cloths, all fine linen hemstitched, at 25c up to 98c Linen Buffet Scarfs in many rich patterns, at 50c up to $1.98 Lunch Cloths in pure linen ; all sizes, at , 98c up to $2.98 Beautiful Towels in a great variety. Damask and Huck, at ' 25c up to $1.00 We bought our Linens early at old prices and offer them to our customers at fully 25 to 50 per cent less than if bought today. Derryvale Linens J. E. MANM Derryvale Linens -r fll!III!!iil!!!!!E "No hill too steep No sand too deep" Wolverine Eight Double Smoothness It is impossible to exaggerate the liquid smoothness of opera tion that characterizes the "V" type eight-cylinder overhead valve motor of the Wolverine Eight. It is equally hopeless to mag nify its delightful smoothness of riding due in part to its four full elliptic springs. Therefore, we confine ourselves to the simple, but none the less urgent invitation, to come and see for yourself. Three Wolverine Eight Models: Five-Passenger Tour ing Car $1295. Four-Passenger Speedster $1395. Two Passenger Roadster $1295. POLLARD-JACKSON CO. CHESTER, VERMONT Distributers for Vermont and New Hampshire Agents Rutland Machine & Auto. Co., Rutland E. IL Russell,- Burlington, Vt. Smith Auto.' Co., Lebanon, N. H. " W. E. Parker, Putney, Vt. Hairy Peck, Weston, Vt. Am. t ' . cksort Automobile Company, Jackson, Mich. One Night A brattleboro n rr Thursday Only AUDITORlUlVl Nov. 16 Dramatic Event of the Season To Just What Extent is a Man Responsible for His Brother's Actions 7 LYLE D. ANDREWS OFFERS ROBERT EDESON And Associates IN ROBERT PORTER'S COMEDY DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS His Brother's Keeper A VITAL MODERN DRAMA Presented in a Vital, Vigorous Manner "Not a Problem Play, Nor a Propaganda, ' ' But a Transcript from Life" PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00 AND $1 50 : , , Subscribers' sale opens precisely at 9 o'clock, Monday morning Not. 13, at the Box Office. Regular sale the day following. . : .r ., ... , , : III FULLY (1 B EQUIPPED m pi..: NO EXTRAS M 111 TO BUY j MANLEY BROS., 'Phone 670 Reformer Classified Ads Bring Quick Money Returns