THE BRATTLEBOIIQ DAILY REFQRMEl
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1921.
Edward Elmer of J-liirley, Muss., is vis
iting here with friends.
"Mi Helen Mack is expected this week
from Hartford to spend a few wwks- va
cation at lier home on Frost street.
Miss Agnes Mack has returns! from
a tew davs' business trip to Hartford
and Meiiden. Conn., for the Koyal Mil
linery shop, of which ihe is proprietor.
H S Killelea of Shelbnrne Falls, who
had 'hem in llellows. Falls to attend the
funeral of a friend, stopped in town with
ALL THE CRITICS SAY
friends over Sunday on hi- way to hi;
Mrs. II. W. Sarsent. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Smith and Mrs. Waldo Wells went this
niornhis t Knt'.and to attend the annua!
ni'M'tin;'. of !; lran;e which opens to
morrow and ! - Tliursday. Mrs. Sar
gent goes as a delegate frosu l'riiloelivo
New Food Preparation.
A newly patented kind of food, put
up ready for tire housewife's instant
use. is prepared ly mixing tine
chopped meat with mi'!: and a little
Hour. The pnsto thus formed is liiled
Info molds and exposed to heat where
l.y the contents undergo slight shrink
age and acquire a sort of "skin." The
"molded masses are thus ea-iiy dropp.-d
out, to be ther'T.pon put into c: ns.
which are sterilized am! sealed.
SLDSCRIIIK FOR THE KEFORMKR
IJ1KTIIS. HIti WELCOMK I' mi ' '
in Tiittllx.ro. Dee. ii. a son to Robert. (Continued from Tage 1.)
s,m to .Mrs. Jennie lirockinKton. and great- Feci, through Main street, on account ot
. . . ..... e i i . .1. ,.e ilnrn w no nlaee wtiere
grandson to -Mrs. r,uza iay oi jdiuann. i.h-k ui mi. i,a at
lio could ik seen uv num- i -""-
7 tii,. .siwt chosen for him to speak..
l)it..iriIS. rrl sp,.e ,ii,ectly in front of the sta
in Rrattleboro (Memorial hospital). 1 turn will be reserved for American Le
, w if, Helen M. (Harms) I'l.M- gion men and Grand Army .men. and the
HP.' of Putney, widow of George II. space ri.nning back from the curt sonui-
f, linnnnerston. Dee. 11. Mrs. Elvira the public and Parochial school children,
.linen Field. 91. widow of Lorenzo The schools will reopen ;the,a
t".dl nf l'nf'iev .esses, about ! o ciock. AutomobiH s ana
. jot her vehicles are to be kept away from
Protection Furnished by Nature. j t!l saiice bas been given P.rattleboro
An ancient example of "protective post jy the Estey Organ Co.. E. V
is seen in the winps of fos- l ey forp.. v. m u, ;.
. i.j. t. i in l jut -Mnis. imr ' .......
v n ii i r i 1 1 n si u.,
- 1 i
m m & a. trj u -h . 0 a
,.ni-vflnclip of the Coal ag
are strikingly like the leaflets of cer
tain ferns that nourished at the same
period. Th;s resemblance undoubted
ly aided the insects to conceal them
selves ainonir the fallen leaflets.
I'.!., Kolstad. Taylor ami a i..u
:ihcr e.nuerns that their p'aces of busi
ness will be closed daring the program
Governor ILntness and lin staff wdi
1 be here and Eieut. Gov. Foot-- lias wruieu
Uhat he will be present if he can nrrnnge
. I to lo so. -Moong otners iir-s-iu in u-
" j Ma j. II. Nelson Jackson of Ibirlington.
B3BESF3 : iinti.mfll vice enmniander : Max Fisher of
HOLIDAY SHOPPERS FIND
A Most Satisfactory Place to Select
For here are found things which give lasting pleasure and
add to the attractiveness of the home.
Beautiful Home Furnishings for the Grown Ups
Fascinating Toys and Playthings for
Welcome to Everybody Whether You Buy or Not
ll'.arre. natianal committeeman; I.ert t.
Hvland of Rutland, state commamler ; ana
Robert W. McCuen of Vergennes. state
; finance ofiiecr.
h J lie osi. nas hi i.-i u" .w.
: Lntchis to make moving pictures or .Mar
shal Foch and the crowd, and with Floyd
Johnson ami Hayes Rigelow to make
phrtogranhs to be preserved by the post.
Roth the French and American tlags
will be prominently displayed, and resi
dent and business place in the vicinity of
(he nl.iza are asked to display flags.
Tii special train from St. Albans will
fg leave that city tonight at 11 o eloeli. t p
H to last night guarantees had been received
rkr.. i. 1 .. ..K i;l.l'i.-n 11 1 .('!! ioll
men would take passage on that train. It
will bring al many persai.s mi eoti-1,.,-ted
with the American Legion. It is
.due to reach Prattl-onr.) at 7 o'clock to
j morrow morning. The visiting Legion
; men will be served breakfast at Masonic
i temple immedi.-'.tely after the program,
j The train will leave on the return trip
; about 1" o'clock.
! A pass-u5er train will leave S;.uth Lon
! oiderrv at '. o'clock tomorrow morning
t instead ' of the regularly scheduled tim"
' and will stop at all stations, r-a'-lnag
i. -re at S.O.". It will return at 4..".i.
li.iilt-.nicl men here have been intorniei
The Abso-Clean Electric Washing Machine
Makes Good in a Day
ihat a special train will run on the
...,.! ;,.;ii,.,.r ik ( entra erJ
mont po-ial at Bellows Falls. The .Mi
tral Vermont special will stop at K-sex
.1 auction. llichmonl. Waterhury. Mont
i:. .. x- i.f,..i.i i?fiiia,aiih rtithrl.
jilMirr. .t'tlionm. j-...
Sm.hIi Ko';;ito;i. White Hiver Junction.
i'i,oi.i...-.iii n ..tii! I'.cllows Falls.
Members of ltrattlelcro post and other j fal
l .-rU.u i. i ii in this lnealitv are asked to -
. . . I, nil nt 7 oVloCk tO !
s-.nrch to the plaza. Membei-s of Com- i
a:!v I. 171M Infantry, are asked to meet j
.if the Armory, at the same time and for i
the Mime purpose. Members of the band,
hc a-ked to meet at the station not later
than S ..'clock. The Boy Scouts and St.
1' Gael's Cadets will le utilized at th
plaza for various purposes.
Futter, creamery, lb. . .
Butter, dairy, lb.
!' .tiitoe--. nk.
Demonstrated on the
street Saturday. Talked
about by hundreds Sun
day. Sold by dozens
Additional order placed
with the factory for the
largest number of wash
ing machines ever
'shipped into Brattle
boro. Free demonstration
anywhere at any time.
Don't be a slave to a
washboard. Let the Ab-so-Clean
machine set you free.
jOMHnnar;rarine, tahU ,U ',('"-;
1 P. S. No Cy
linder to lift
1 Toda, PRINCESS THEATRE
I'.co. ll.lt. 1!
' Hoiiie-pade lard. !b
. Lard comiound. lb
i F.ggs. local, fresh, doz.,
I Fl "ir. I r.-ad. 1-S bag ... uj jfj-.
! Fiour. pastry, 1 S bag 1 11!!
Beans, white, 11). . .
j Beans. cllow c j e
! IJolled oats. lb. . . . .
Bice. lb., whole . . .
j rtifca .. cv. t. . . .
! 'racked corn. cwt.
. JL 1 II 1
loMCS tM B B K H S Ol a B S B U B
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Lewis J. Selznick Presents the Big Super Production
From the Play by Anna Richardson and Edmund Breese
Acclaimed everywhere as "The perfect Pict lire."
The most effective photoplay cast ever assembled.
You've Never Seen
A Better Cast
Harry T. Morey
You know them all.
They're all at their
l; it1;,i ;'? ! i m Item
) Mixed feed. ewt.
I ! 1'rov rider, cwt.
M Middlings, ewt
; ( :iis, bu. . . . ,
j i Hay, baled, ton
; j Bacon, lb -
( j Bacon. Swift's Premium, lb.
Bref roast, lb
jfS!rloiu steak, lb
I !' ii ierhouse steak, lb
j ' Bound steak, lb
i !'ot roast, lb
I ..:!; 'hops, ib
' I 1!
! Sou -age. Ib
1 S.-.'t pork, lb
i ' I lam. sliced, lb
r n.-.l III ,
r.ainb'ehops. lb .",."-."0
e.-.l. steak, lb
''hi. kens. lh
Ttutter. creamery, lb. ...
l.ieal. fresh, doz. . . .
' ( 'hi.-k-ns. live, lb
! Hides, lb
I Fork, dieted, lb
i l 'u k. live, ih. .
! VomI livv l!i
Calfskins, eaeb 50"1.i
Fowls, live, lb
xIonday and Tuesday Presents
LOUIS B. MAYER'S BIG SUPER SPECIAL
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gyA MAN'S UOME" SELZNICrx PICTUPf Sg
More Deadly Than the Male
This Female of the Species
of the many remarkable characters
One of the pet hobbies .".f Queen Helena
of Itu'v is eollecting curious and liistoru
f,,i,t'r..!ii- VmmiL' the historic items
her collect ion are the shoes worn by Mary
Queen of Scots on the scaffold, a pair of
niiioli w,i,,l..n vtuics which once belonsred
lt. .loan of Arc. and the dainty shoes once
jworn by the beautiful but ill-fated Marie
! . LIU
of i f-
-What lie Works For
What He Fights For
Where His Love lies
The Greatest Domestic Drama Ever Screened
Crcatip-sr a Furore Everywhere
Ousht to Sec It
M VriNEi: 2ft0. ADMISSION: 'IIILI)KKN 10c; ADI IvIS 22i
F.VKNINii 7 ANfJ 8.45. CIII1IBKN 15c; AILL.TS 28c
Wednesday Ethel Clayton in "Exit, the Vamp'
Toys! Toys! Toys!
See Fred Harris's Ski Model
in our window
Our store is closed from 7-50
till 8.30 Tuesday morning..
A MASTERPIECE THAT HITS NEAR HOME. IF "THE WOMAN : IN HIS
HOUSE" BRINGS ONE HUSBAND AND ONE WIFE TO HAPPINESS TOGETHER
THEN IT IS THE ONLY MOTION PICTURE IN THE WORLD.
A WIFE TO BE LOVED OR JUST A WOMAN IN HIS HOUSE?
Who can resist this wonderful story of the love that girdles the earth? It
holds a woman back from the brink of destruction; it awakens a man to the
love he has lost; it fans the flickering' flame of life in a child; it triumphs where
i IT'S MOTHER LOVE-THE GRANDEST LOVE IN THE WORLD
More convincing and moving than "The Miracle Man." The most powerful emempli
fication of the Divine force of Mother-Love ever penned. It ranks with the few great pic
tures of the film world. Washington Post. - . v
A screen achievement enacted by an All Star Cast, including Ramsay Wal
lace, Thomas Holding, Mildred Harris, Gareth Hughes and the screen's most
delightful child actor, Dick Hendricks.
H. M. WOOD
The Old Reliable Sporting
Matinee 2.30. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 17c, 22c, 2Sc
Evening 7 and 8.50. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c
The House of Bigger, Better Pictures
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