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1 Notice Today, $tat Entire jTeam Would Be Here : February 4 Today Presents mrn SARASAC VWW T ASKS ABOUT JUMP. I. ... .. . ..... " :.'-- -. . - " --f T . ' a ... i ' ' " ! ' :x ' : ' '' '-"' ' '" " ' .- " j' I ' . ' " . -' '--'"-"''"'-".". " tpire Closed Yesterday ; f " - WW Duncan in Edith In their greatest out-of doors photodraraa ETRA MATINEE 2.S0 Children 10c, 17c Adu1tsl7c;22C;2Sc EVENING 7 and, 8.50 Children lc, 17c Adults 2& Tomorrow . Presents THE IRVIN WILLAT SPECIAL PRODUCTION ii 99 From the well known book, "Pakney Todd EXTRA Review AD WQ-REEL WESTERN COMING Monday and Tuesday THE GREATEST rijxer OR np SCREEN I DEAN'S Greatest Triuniph ii ontlici BIGGER BETTER than any other photo play ever presented SPECIAL MUSIC 1 SPECIAL LIGHTING EFFECTS NO ADVANCE ' PRICES h Waited ,600 Boani Girls? I " l to-ct.' " i Qmmi v FREE -i lONDAY :.aV.V& Children from 5 to 12 years old. - Older Persons WilL t be" admitted at this spe cial performance. ' ' Jphnspn Down Home . 1 Tvi Cups and Gold Medal to Bf Award ed s -Prizes.' Given 'I' Ioal "JeWt&rs Adnrfswoa I "w to te hr' ' "Tickets Noav oti'Sale. ';' ; 'Advlci' were ' mcived ye slcrda.v from ITaaover tbat, the entire Dartmoutu ki ipri for- tiie Veroiont 'tat amtitenr ski-juiupiiig cbampton- hli. wblrh- wiH ? held un the -Hf juiup Mhith ia rapidly ucaring comple tk:, Saturday afternoon, 'cb. 4. at'XoO 'elofk. At tbe same time - a teleeram taquiring as to the detaa of tae jump waM received froiii the SSaranac Lake Sk clul. ' ' . .''w The Dartmouth team consists of J. 1 . Carietoh v. bo reeently? made a jwmp of J 03 feet, which i Ibe New Knfcland record; Kicbard llowler. vcho can make a houwrsauit on kis; T. II. Griffith,-U. C. Maxwell, II. H. Itisbop and C. vr. 5Xi31er, Some of these' men were on the winter sports team which won the Pxcs ilent Hardin? t up at Lake Placid elub tx?c. 31;-- . . It is expected that the 1G -year ma jumper from the Sarauac Lake club will be entered. It is- underwood that be is the junior Adirondack champion. Anthour A. Maurer, the cross-country champioa of Switzerland, who is to come here for exhibition - work, will - arrive Feb. 2 and will ciTe TaluaMc assistance in the final details. Fred II. Harris of this town also will participate- in the juniJ. l"if. .T. W. Goldthwait of the geology department of Dartmouth college will lie the julge for the jumping contests. IM-of. Goldthwait started skiing " about .the time Mr. Harris went - to Dart month, ant is verv- uroticient as the ftl ski-running professor of Dartmouth. About three tiroes a week lie conuuria a class of about 7." freshmen on the hills at Hanover. He has done much to develop- skiing at Dartmouth and knows, more about it than any man in this part of the country. He will be able to judge the form of the jumper?, a certain num ber of point.- being given to each man on the form in which he jumps. , Two cups and a gold medal will be awarded. Ynughan "& Itirrnett offering a silver cup fir fir$t prize, the II. II. Thompson jewelry store giving a silver cup for second prize, and Randall & Son j Rivine a gold mertai tor- ype ions-si i standing jiimp during the competition. A handsome water color poster auvrr-th-ing the Vermont State Amateur ski jumping championship and valued at SllK has been made by, . B. & E. D. Darst. New York artists: They also have made, water .color sketches of the h'dla-near "the ski jump and tbe roads nooroachiivs it. also two of tli ski jump ;. itself. Tbe.e will be n display at Vaughan & ljurnett's tomorrow. "The . Davst' broUiers' irmh' no charge- for their , poster work. The jump will i- reauy to receive iue snow covering Saturday afternoon, vben all the boys of the town are asked to as sist in shoveling snow on to the hill. Thev will be" paid for their work. "While the business men of the town have made possible the building of the jump by underwriting the contractor's estimate the cttiv.ens are asked to buy tickets to see the jumping contest Ifeb. 4.. til money thus xh.taiacd being used to defrav the necessary expense in con nection with the event or other ex penses of the ju m p." .which eventually will be owned by th town. Tickets now are vn sale at II. M. Tood'ti sporting goods stor and at the Chamber of Com merce rooms. ADOrT-S ANTI-L.YNC1IING BILL. ' House Passes It S:0 t Jl Sonw of j It Provisions. U WAKTTIvr.TOV. .Tan. 27. The house la! viwtAisliiv tiot-iurf-A' itself in -favor of the ' ' ' - - - - -v- --- -. - t federal government ererting its auTnor- itv in hii effort to stamp out lynching 'passing by a' vote of to 119 " the lil)yer anti-lyncliing bill. ' 1 '; "Seventeen ' Kepublicans joined 102 Democrats in voting in the opposition while eicht Democrats and one Soeial- II ust. Lontk.. of 'New- York. voted with 221 ItepuWian in favor of tb neas ure. The bill provided life Imprisonment or lesser penalties' tor arsons who particlr iisj1 in 1 lrtu-liin!-i mul fur stato. fiMUltV and lunnifipal officials who fail, thrptigh .. . . .1 nM negligence, to irevent tuem. in" inru? ure also stipulates that the county with in which mobs form or kill anyone shall forfeit S10.000 to the family of the vie tim. " " 1 ATTEMPTKD A HOLD-UP. Three Men Inder Arrest for TryiS to ( rrkl PAiKiin V.rniu, . rf)TPfT.l FTk." Jan. 27' ' Cliief of .Police Doaakue, and; peputy Shentl! Itlanchard ot l.oxuury yesteruay alter ' noon committed to Washington county, .jail for safekeeping, pending n invest 1 yatioji. Jniond DuwclJ or Well-: form' erlv of Koxbury. .John TI. Ityter of Groveton. X. II.. and Charles A. IliU of Canada. The three are accused of t - tempter to rob Joseph BH a Hoxbury farmer, afc his home Wednesday, night. ! Three jnen called Hell to tjic cloor. ami ; ,rlprd hUn to throw im las Land- 'and deliver all bis money. Bell slammed j the door' and started for bis frun. Tin? would-be roblers beat it and laler-vwe 'caMured' in Xorthlield.. Bell bad iM 'in hi pocket at the time. . . j Duwell told the police it was a J.tck ! Hnif and not a. revolycr be hal iu Ins ' bacd. '-'1'kc men are eed to have coi l f eased, . (. ' ' - ' ' L V AirKA N"T I'q R TOWN LEY. J 1. --. . .:; - i - - . i 1 i on-Partisan , Ijeagne ,Man Charged wtl j ! BaidiErh7.rlejiekti ' 1 FAKGO,'"0.;'.J. 27. A warrant ha lee'issned here for the arrest Qi$A. .C. Towak'v. 'preshient? of tle Natiasal -Xon-partsn league, cbarging bim wiii implication in tbe AlleI bez2lcnKHt ;of S3.000 from the Scandinavian American ;bank cf Pargo. '- MARRIAGES. ' In Yilmington. X'ov? 35. 1921, by O. E. Butterneld, Fred II. ,Thomas and Myr tle M.' Lackey; both of-VYiiteitigton 1 - UEXTJkptf'f-" '' ' " In IJrattletioro; Jan.-i2tAi-ba IIol- tn r-juf Tfnftfordj Conn.. Jan. 2. Mrs. Persia Parker T Kellogg) Thomas, 0, widow of V. Webster. Xboma?,. formerly Which Starts; Saturday, Jan. 28, qt 9 A- M- an Ends Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 6. P. M. Everything in the store will be marked down fpr TEN BIG DAYS. The iq days are Saturday, Jan. 28, Monday, Jan. 30, Tues day, Jan. 31, AYednesday, Feb..l, Thursday, Feb. 2, Friday, Feb. 3, Saturday, Feb. 4, Monday, Feb. 6, Tuesday, Feb. 7, and Wednesday, Feb. 8. Remember, EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN nothing reserved. Not a sale of a few undesirable?, but a rnark-tovn sale of reliable merchandise. Sale includes such elMcnovn lines as Shuman piotb.es, Fashion Park Clothes, Styleplus Clothe, Larason & -Hubbard- Hats, .Carler Underwear, Aman Neckwear, Sweet-Orr Trousers, Oakes Bros. Sweaters, Metric Shirts, etc. NO ALTERATIONS DURING THE SALB - :M ier Age Sqme of Bargaiii Have Hwreds of Others Men's 10c White Handkerchiefs, 5 Men's 15c Blue Handkerchiefs... 9 Men's 15c Initial Handkerchiefs.. 9 Men's 25c Initial Handkerchiefs, 19? Men's 25c and 29c Cotton Stockings. 2 pairs for 23 Men's 50c Wool Stockings, 35 pair, 3 pairs for $1.00. Men's 25c Suspenders 15 pah Men's 50c and 59c Suspenders, 39 pair Men's 35c and 50c Four-in-Hands, . 19 each 4 .V . . . . t Men's Cotton Work Gloves, 7 pair Men's 65c and 75c Four-in-Hands. Men's 85c Four-m-IIands :. G5 Men's $1 Four-ip-Hands ... 79. Men's $1.50 Foir-in-Hands 95 Men's $3.00 and 53,50 Sweaters, $1.95 Men's $4,00, Sweaters $2.-13 Men's $1.00 Caps. 79? Men's $1.50 Caps 95 Men's $2.00 and $2.50 Caps... $1.43 Men' $l1.5Qand $2.00 Hats 95 Men's $2.50 and43J00 Hats. . . $1.93 Men $4,00. Hats $2.93 Men's $8.00 and $9.00 Oakes' Sweat , eVs $0.45 Men's $12.00 Oak.es Sweaters, $S.95 Men's $i,5p. and $5.00 Hats. . $3.45 Men's $8.00. Vrjpur Hats. .... $4.93 STORE HAS BEEN Most dcMft Ml this stove - If you can't come the 1st i . Durham Duplex Safety 33 P.er Cent Discount on all Bags and Suit Cases. Men's $8 and $9 Bath Robes. . $.5.95 Men's $10.00 Raincoats $ Men's $15 Raincoats ?.P.r Men's $25.00 Raincoats $X1.93 Men's 85c Lined Leather Mittens, 59 pair Men's $1.25 Lined Leather Mittens, Boys' 50c Lined. Leather Mittens.. . 29 "pair 25c Brown Jersey Gloves.. 39 pair Men's 50c Worsted Gloves..... 39 Mens $1.00, Wool and Leather Gloves, . ' ' 79? Men's $1.50 Wool and Leather Gloves, . $1.15 Men's $'2.00 Wool and Leather Gloves, ; , $1.43 - ' . . .. . . T- All 20c E. & W. Collars. . . 2 for 23r i Light Weight Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 39 Men's 35c and 39c Heavy Cotton Stockings ... 25 pair Men's 59c Lisle Hose . . 39 pair . . . 1 - - - - Men's $1.00 Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers .... . V... Q9ifi each Menu's $1.50 Heavy Wool Shirts and Drawers cacn Men's-s $250 .Heavy, Glastonbury Shirts and Drawers . $1.79. each A 'i ' 'j. : ' f CLOSED SINCE WEDNESDAY has ever hj; Dftopiined ton day; cbme 'tH Main Street Genuine Razors MerCa Havy $9.00 Mackinaws, $5.95 Men's $1.00 Natural Grey, Heavy . . . . 69 each Shirts and Drawers . . , Men's $1.50 Union Suits $1.15 Men's $2.00 Union Suits $1.59 Men's $2.50 Union Suits..... $1.9S Men's $3.00 Union Suits S1.9S - " : ''"" Men's $2.00 Outing Flannel Pajamas, S1J9 . .. Men's $1.50 Cotton Night Shirts, 98 Men's $1.50 and $2 Neckband Shirts, Men's $2.5p Neckband Shirts. . $1.45 Men's $1.50 pliting Oycrshirts, 95f Men's $1 and $1.25 Work Shirts, 79? Men's $2.50r Flannel Overshirts, . $1.95 Men's $3.00 Flannel Overshirts, , $2.45 ''"..- ' . . . Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Flannel Shirts, $2J95 Men's $5.00 Flannel Shirts... $3.45 Men's $8.00 and $10.00 Silk Shirts, $5.95 Mean's $L25 Silk Hose 95 Men's Heavy $8.00 Canvas Coats, with heavy lining. Storm collars, - v A ' -:' ' $4.95 . - .-. .. Men's Heavy $15.00 Coats, plush lined, , $8.95 NIGHT TO. MAEK?DOJVN AND. ARRANGE, STOCK. most or 10 Oi day. t Oppbsitermpnt Men's Heavy $12.00 Mackinaws, f fr' - ,' " f $7.95 Men's $3.00 S we et-Cr Trousers, - $1.95 Men's $3.50 Trousers . and $4.00 Sweet-Orr $2.93 Men's $5.00 Sweet-Orr Txousecs; $3.95 Men's $7.50 Trousers . and $8.00 Sweet-Orr . .. $4.95 Men's $1000; Swet-Orr- Trousers, $0.95 Our Stock of Men's $15.00 and $18.00 Overcoats ............ $9.95 Our Stock of Men's $20.00 and $22.50 Overcoats $14.95 Our' Stock of" Men's $25.00. and. $28.00 Overcoats . . . . ....... $19.95 Our Stock of Men's $30.00 and!. $35.00 Overcoats $24.75 Our Stock of Men's $40.00 Overcoats, i ' $29,50 Onr Stock of Men's $5p.00 and $55.00 ' Overcoats . . ... $39.50 Our Stock of Men's $2250 and; $25.00 Suits $14.95 Our Stock of Men's $30.00. Suits, $19.93 Our Stock of. Men's $35.00 Suits, Our Stock of $40.00 an4 $45.00 Suits, , $29.50 carrying to another year. ft VSfS of. J?rottlebfro. - - - -i r 1 v 1 1 y s.i' t r 9 y j.