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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER,' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1021.
i jiSportmg News Christmas ' Trees Extra Nice Bushy Trees 50c to $1.50 Order Early J. E. BUSHNELL 94 Elliot St. 'imii r'r "r'"'' Choice Perfumes Our Christmas line of Perfumes and Toilet Waters this year is bigger than ever. We carry practically all the best Foreign and Domestic makes. Hudnut's, Coty's L' Origan, Djer Kiss, Roger & Gallet, Houbigant's Ideal, Houbigant's Quelques Fleurs, Azurea, Mary Garden and others. r Prices from 75 to $9.00. ri'L7 ur, f.V-.f- "' MtiTA:a'?,i,"i'r V '-'."'.j:; - v .,..-,'iP ' ifiiMi-airiinn'-i if " -i Today Presents LIONEL BARRYMORE AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTOR IN Jim, the Penman From the Internationally Famous Story by Sir Charles L. Young "You have a genius for forgery," said the tempter, a famous international crook, to the young bank clerk. "You can waste your life struggling with poverty or you can do my bidding and gain love, riches, everything the world has to offer." And Jim, the penman, was dazzled with the splendor of the world at his feet and took the step from which there is no turning back. The Law was closing on Jim, the Penman, lie saw only one way out and Jim, the Penman, decided to take that way for his daughter's hap piness. A climax you never could guess. A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION EXTRA EXTRA Toonerville Trolley Comedy. "The. Skippers Boozem Friends" Also Sport Pictorial Matinee 2.30. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 17c, 22c, 28c Evening 7 and 8.50. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 28c Monday Presents William Christy Cabanne's Drama of the Hour "Live and Let Live" WITH Harriet Hammond and George Nickols Supported by an All Star Cast "You never gave me a chance to be decent. You made me a sneak and a cad with, your ideals of right and wrong. Extra -The Latest News Latchis Theatre The House of Better Pictures SCHOOLBOYS WIN SEASON'S OPENER Ii. II. S. Basketball Team Defeats Win-' Chester, N. H., by Score of 18 to 14 Good Beginning. The Brattleboro high school basketball team boat the Winchester, X. II.. high school live in a very interesting and close game last evening in Festival hall. Though practically a green team the Brattleboro boys showed last evening before a large crowd that they are out to win this year. On the whole the game was very interesting, but both teams lacked a little in passing which ought to be worked out in the future. Ii. Harlow, , a stranger to most of the fans, was with out doubt the star performer of the eve ning, collecting a total of nine points out his team's IS. He showed good judgment on all occasions and is very fast and makes a first class center. The opposing team were a snappy bunch and their center, Capt. Drugg, showed some tine skill and stood out prominently, though he was not their high scorer. Sheridan of the visitors scored a total of re points. Wagg, a new and promising player, was substituted for Babbitt at right forward during the second period and Deyo for McGarrigle at left guard Both did good work. The game was close and interesting throughout. At the end of the first period B. II. S. had rolled up eight points to their opponents five. Second period, B. II. S. VA V. II. S. 11. Third period, B. II. S. 18 W. II. S. 14. Score: BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Gretchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. C Shaw of Maple street, is ill with intes tinal grip. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL is assisting in the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newell and family have moved from Spruce street .to Myrtle street. Miss Bernice Pike went yesterday to Springfield, Mass., to visit over the week end with friends. Mrs. L. K. Fuller, who has been ill two weeks in her home at Fine Heights, is now dressed and about the house. Mrs. Henry II. Thompson and Miss Minnie Miller went this morning to Green field to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ed ward P. Kimball. Addison W. Bartlett of Williams street. who is in the Memorial hospital with a fracture of the shoulder, caused when he was thrown from a sleigh, is doing well. Osmer Fitts and John Dunham, Ptu-j dents at Worcester academy, came last night to spend the vacation at their homes in town. They will be here until after Xew Year's. Mrs. E. II. Richardson, who had been' spending several days here with her cou sin, Mrs. Harold Ii. Smith, and with friends in town, has returned to her home in Williamsville. Mrs. Joseph Manning Hopkins's store during l rush. Allan Davis, who is attending Xorwich university, is at his home here to remain .over the Christmas recess. I Miss Ethel Irish is working afternoons and Saturdays during the holidays in the II. II. Thompson jewelry store. Mr. anu .Mrs. uuy lawyer moved yes terday from Vernon to Mrs. Xoyes White's house on High street. Stewart Stearns is here from Dart- , mouth college to visit during the vacation a . ac ms no in e on urooK street. W. P. Xoyes of the International Cor respondence school is here from Bellows Falls on business for several days. . Mrs. Edward Owens and sister. Miss TO HONOR MEDAL. MEN. To ! WfTMBMY i.mtm-.ummj umjibiiimup. t jjinvitim mm m m. huh j B. II. S. G. F. Total L. Hey wood, If, 113 K. Babbitt, rf, Ii. Harlow, c. 3 IT? O E. Manley, rg. 1 0 2 E. McGarrigle, lg, 1 O 2 li. Wagg, lg, 1 O 2 Deyo, rf, 0 0 0 Totals, 7 4 IS W. H. S. G. F. Total Xapier, rg, 10 2 Bolton, lg, O O 0 Drugg. c, 2 O 4 Henderson. If, 1 1 .' Sheridan, rf, 2 15 Totals, 0 2 14 Referee, B. Dunlevy. Time, three pe riods, l."" min., 10 min.. and 15 min. Italian War Cross To lie Presented 80 Americans. WASIIIXGTOX, Dec. 17 American soldiers who won the congressional medal of honor during the World war will re ceive the Italian war cross, it is an nounced. General Vaccari. chie.of staff of the Italian army, on Dec. 20 will personally present the war cross at the Italian em bassy to all holders of the medal of honor who are able to come. There are T'A living holders of the me dal of honor, and those who are unable to come to Washington will have the me dal transmitted to them by the Italian government, as will the relatives of the 21 holders of the medal of honor who have died. Agnes lawior, ot ueiiows rails were guests yesterday of friends in town. Dr. G. C. Berkley of St. Albans is in town today on business at the Memorial hospital and is registered at the Brooks House. Kenmore Emerson is expected tomor row from Xorthfield (Vt.), where he is a student at Xorwich university, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Emer son of Putney road, during the vacation. Marshall II. Hubbard of Baltimore, Md., is in town to stay over Sunday at the home of Mrs. Myrtie Moore of Thomas street. Mr. Hubbard is linotype operator in the Baltimore office of the Polk Direc tory Co. of Xew York.. There are 10 linotype machines in the branch office. Xmas trees and Xinas sizes, reasonable prices. 11. Florist, 18 Linden street. wreaths. All H. Messenger, Tel. 457-W. 243-247 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Free Entertainment Sunday Afternoon At 3 O'clock Princess Theatre FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CIVIC LEAGUE CHRISTMAS FUND SHIRLEY MASON IN "The Mother Heart" will be the picture attraction. VOCAL SELECTIONS By the Misses Ruth Frederickson, Dorothea Vanderveer and Bernice Gobie. Mr. F. K. Brown of Community Service will lead the audience in singing Christmas Carols. No admission will be charged, but a collection will be taken. Plan to come and help swell the fund that will distribute Christmas Cheer to the less fortunate chldren about town. TOMORROW AFTERNOON, 3 O'CLOCK FOUR WOMEN' IN JAIL. ANTIS TEAM 4 WINS. Beats IYos Team 3 by Score of 1.260 to 1,233 on Masonic Alleys. The lead of the Pros in the Masonic bowling tournament was cut down 27 pins last evening, when the Antis team 4 won from Pros team 'A bv a score of 1.2(0 to l,2fc. The highest single string. 100, was rolled by Viele of the winning team, while Hall of the same team rolled 27.' as the highest three-string total. Following are the scores : Antis Team 4. C.4 81 7! 52 S7 "JS4 Huestis, ( 'orson, Hall, Miller, Viele, ri S4 !2 !M 82 SO-87-100- 210 241 27:i 2i4 Charged With Participating in Strike Disorders in Kansas Mine War. PITTSBURG. Kan.. Dec. 17. Four women, said to have participated in dem-, onstrations in which non-striking union miners were driven from work early this week, were arrested last night and are in the city jail here under charges of un-( lawful assemblage. The women are Mrs. Mary Battori, 45,' wife of a miner; Mrs. Mary Skubitz, 32,! wife of a former deputy sheriff of Craw-' ford county: Mrs. Marie Dalouey, mother ; of two childreu : Mrs. Fannie Winder,' widow of a miner. I f By direction of II. J. Hopkins, attorney-general, visitors have not been per mitted to see the women since they were lodged in jail. j One man. Xobe Cross of Iiingo, was 'arrested yesterday. He is charged with assault and battery. t Kansas national guardsmen, sent here to assist in preserving order, last night continued to patrol the coal helds. 2('.(j Totals, Tuttle, ('roll. Bailey, Human, IiOcke, Totals, 40C 42!) Pros Team 'A. Ox 74 so 7; 71 82 80 D7 42." 8 !MI 77 ;i 87 -1,200 - 1T-T1 - 252 - 240 251 2GU 3.l3 413 4271,23 FRATS BEAT JUNIORS. Fraternity Club Teams at Odd Fellows Temple Bowl Match. Two teams of members of the Junior Fraternity club rolled a match on the bowling alleys at Odd Fellows" temple Wednesday evening, the Frats winning by a score of 8i2 to 755 for the Juniors. Miller of the winners rolled a single string of !4. which was the highest, also the highest three-string totol, 251. The scores follow : Frats. Simonds, 74 05 71210 Shumwav, OO 00 82 202 Gilbert, 82 71 7' 220 Miller, Ul 70 81251 Totals, 310 272 310 Si2 Juniors. Farr, 05 5S 202 Dugan. 02 ' 55 50 173 Thomas, 00 40 54 172 Stebbins, 0!) 00 70208 Totals, 205 231 250755 Mrs. Berta Davis Pullen, clerk of the citv court of Yaldosta, Georgia, is the iirst woman in her county to hold pub lic onice. LYNN DOG HAS BABIES. Analysis of Head Shows That Animal BOSTON, IVe. 17 Analysis of the head of the dug which bit six persons in L.wni Turf.lpv. shows ( tint the animal was suifeririit from an advanced case f rabieo. This rfnnouncement was made yesterday by Dr. Iter H. Howard, di rector of the division of animal indus try of the department ef conservation, under whose supervision the analysis vas conducted at the Harvard Medical school. j The dog bit several who were standing in line to vote at the Corbett school. It is expected that the Lynn hoard of, health will take stens to treat those who. were attacked by the dog. Lady Victoria Murray, sister of the Earl of Dtinmore, has entered business as a dairy farmer. Look ! An unusual opportunity exists to se cure in Brattleboro the sole retail rights to a popular and nationally advertised line of phonographs and records; greatly in demand because of its exclusive fea tures and its many well-known artists. Applicants to secure consideration must be financially sound, energetic and will ing to give the proper kind of repre sentation. A substantial income which ran be built tip in direct proportion to applicants' ability is assured. Replies will be treated as confidential but must go well into details to receive consideration. Address Box 1000, care Iffnnr I THE CHOCOLATES WITIJ THE WONDERFUI CENTERS ra, I . EVERY candyfn this smart orange-and-gold Wonder'box is one that everybody likes. All the "second choices" have been kft out. Delicious, fresh nuts, creams, fruits, cara ' mcl3,-!taaishmalIoWs,'etc., dipped in nch brown chocolate, r Take "hr" a box today. Brooks House Pharmacy rill DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY J Cozy Felt Slippers Make Very Acceptable Christmas Gifts SPECIAL SALE At Greatly Reduced Prices All Clean, Fresh Stock in Fancy Cartons Women's Juliette Styles. Fur trimmed. Fancy colors. Leather sole QQ andjheel. Price f?jLUO Women's Juliette . Styles. Fur trimmed. Leather sole and heel. Fancy O A colors. Price tJfJLTE Men's Low Cut Styles, with soft and hard leather soles. Plain colors. .Q Price pJlTt Women's Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Variety of colors from which to select. Fancy cartons, ftQ Price FlLdO Women's Comfy Styles. Plain colors. Price Soft leather soles. 99c Misses Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Colors, red and blue. Sizes 114 to '2. Fancy cartons, Price i tl W Children's Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Colors, old rose and red. Sizes to 11. Fancy cartons, Children's Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Colors, red and blue. Sizes sys to 11. Fancy cartons, gQfi Price Infants' Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Colors, old rose and red. Fancy 70f cartons. Price A Infants' Comfy Styles. Soft leather soles. Colors, red and blue. Fancy l?Qf cartons. Price Infants' Eiderdown Carriage Boots. Fancy ribbon trimmed. Sizes 0 to 4. QQo Price Infants' Felt Juliette Slippers: Colors, pink, bine and white. Sizes 0 to 4. Price Soft sole. 79c ! Misses' Comfy Styles, soft leather soles. Colors, old rose and red. Fancy cartons. J Sizes 11 to 2, QQn tltfm Price The Family Shoe Store DUNHAM