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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1922.
i I a ! 3 Ii V,' Today and Tomorrow RINCESS The Mighty Voice of 100,000,000 People Never before has a motion picture been produced at the special request of the police authorities of the United States. , Never before has the screen revealed a bigger, a finer, a cleaner, or more powerful heart drama than the stupend ous and thrilling V krf- TT -i T rlf j' 4h wlil B rvl 'SWA family in fha greatest heart w picture of ilia y$3r fTjni jttn rr, r 771 4 -v. A I ,t .M i 5 I i .. .a. . V n A 11 Vr - -X.' T SllilllS LIKE A MlGHlV DEACOil 0? TROTH The Most Stupendous Heart Drama Ever Flung" Upon the Screen See I See ! See I The thrilling bank robbery! The danger signal! The big police round-up! The shooting of Jihnnie! The father's grief! The mother's devotion! The banker's perfidy! The stenographer's peril! The heroism of the blue-coats! .Po liceman O'Hara's problem! The great trial scene! The sister's revelations ! , Brother defending Brother in the shawod of prison walls! The thrilling shooting in the court room! And the final staggering punch that will lift THE LEE KIDS IN "Kids and Skids" Special Comedy Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c. Adults 20c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c l)UHWiMIMMMMUittllMHIiaMlinUllilMHIMI M , , I : JftlfglTT ' 11 4 l 4 3 51 There are no "compromises" about the Jewett Sedan or Coupe. They are completely equipped closed cars with all the comforts and conven iences that particular people expect. Look inside one of these models check up the features and make a comparison with cars costing much more than the Jewett. Roberts Auto Company Elm Street Sportin AMERICANS INCREASE LEAD. ! Stoekwell, Miller, Johnson, Totals, GO 53 Si .208 81 S3 SI 245 101 S3 07 281 400 3G3 4201,102 Team 5 Adds 3S to Grand Total by Beat ing Nationals Team 4. Team 5 of the Americans defeated team 4 of the Nationals, 1,130 to 1,112, in the ()11 Fellows' tournament last night, adding 3S pins the grand total lead of the Americans, which now stands at 4(55. The Americans took the first and third strings, but the Nationals won the second by one pin. With a mark of 00 in his first string and 248 for 41 total, Williams, who substituted on the Ameri cans team, was high man. The scores: AMERICANS TEAM 5. Metcalf. ' 73 OS SO 232 I, . Dalrvmple, . 74 7.S- SO 23S Smith. , m M 73 107 II. Williania (sub.), 00 SI 77 24S Kingsley, S3 77 73 233 Totals, 3S2 308 400 1,130 NATIONALS TEAM 4. " C. Barrie, SI 79 07 227 C. Moran, 70 03 70 200 Chandler, 30 73 70 213 P. Hall, 77 70 70 233 1 A. Oould, 00 73 SO 228 Totals, ' 330 300 3871,112 TROS MAKE ANOTHER SPURT. Team 2 Beats Antis Team 1 and Adds 57 to Lead Following a rest over the Christmas holidays, the.Antis and the Pros clashed again last night in Masonic temple, the Pros emerging victors by the score of 1.240 to 1,102. The victory enabled the Pros to push their lead from 231 to 308 pins, the greatest margin thus far at tained in the; series since the season opened. The first string was closely contested, the Antis cotniK out on top by only one K)int. In the second and third strings the Antis lost ground, losing the second by 30 points and the third by only two points. Johnson of the Antis was high fo-.jil with HS1 points and Pitch of the Pros w;ih high single with 100. Tonight's game will be played between Antis "team 3 and Pros team 4. Last night's score : PROS TEAM 2. Dovlc, 00 SO Angler, 70 W. Sparks. S3 Skinner, S4 Fitch, S4 f-8 S3 07 71) 240 231 1.1 - t 1 218 275 Basketball Notes. William PeLance, a local boy, is playing forward on the Mount Pleasant Military academy team of Ossining-on-the-IIudson, Nl Y. Holyoke Interstate team received its first defeat of tbe season at Greenfield Friday night. 31 to 0. the paper city team failing to score to lloor basket. St. Michaels' college five of Winooski took the measure' of Company E of liel lows Falls Friday night, 34 to 10. Francis Fitzgibbons of this town is a member of the college team. St. Johnsbury handed the Keene White Sox a 30-to-10 beating at- Keene Saturday night. "Sap" Richardson was at. center for St. Johnsbury against Fontaine of Bellows Falls, each scoring three times. Barry was high scorer for Keene and Fiske for Company D. Art Johnson of Springfield, seen here last week in the Athletic lineup, is an old Interstater and is the star ierformer this season for Milton-Bradley Toy Makers and probably will be seen here with that team soon. Others in that lineup are Flip Phillips of last year's Spartans; Ilickey, here with the Park woods; Si Flynn, Hi Breski and Tom Ilendecson. Pete Long, formerly a Brattleboro player, and partner have sold the Al bany York State league franchise and the new owners have hired James (Sox) Davey as manager. Davey has been act ing as referee in the leagHe and is well known here, having played one winter with Brattleboro and having been em ployed with Pete Long at the Estey organ works. Last week in a league game between Cohoes and Albany, Davey called 04 fouls and the crowd got so vio lent that he required police protection both on and off the court. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Helen Thr.rber of Hartford, Conn., who was a visitor ovfr the Christ mas holidays with her sister. Mrs. Harry Spaulding of this town, returned to Hartford yesterday 70 100 Totals, 330. 410 4311,219 ANTIS TEAM. 1. Tennev, 70 72 SC 221 A. George, 70 70 S3 231 BASKETBALL FESTIVAL HALL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28 Cadets vs. Bay Path 8.15 p. m. TURNERS FALLS K. K. vs." BRATTLEBORO ATHLETICS At 8.30 Admission, including tax 50c Cldldren, including ta 20c Front row balcony seats on two sjdea of hall reserved. 75c, including tax. On Sals Ice Co,s Office, Wednesday. 9 a. m. In the Slsop Lig-bis. On a mild December evening It i warm enough to now. 'And through softly falling flakes are People p;:s-1ng to and fro. Marts of trade are brightly lighted And the grwn-up girls and boys Often paufe before show windows To mluiire entrancing toys. Ii'-ted to the spot, they're watching Trein that's moving on a track, SI :ps that s-iil the bath-tub ocean To s'me d-stant port and back; Planes that just Itelow the ceiling Circle swiftly in "the air. Autos o'er a smooth floor speeding Till colliding with a chair. All the wild beasts cf a circus Prowl around the brilliant show With d unestic cats and cattle Every one wound up to go. Burly men. whos shame-faced pleasure In these ni;rveJs can't bo hid. Tell each other that "tliey didn't II vt 'em when I was a kid." Home they lug big bulky bund'es And that evening ou the floor Have a splendid tiaie" with playthings Bought for Christmas at the store; While the children, who might wonder At this freak of pas and mas Tn their little beds nre dreaming Of the good old Snta Claus. Georgia White in Springfield Re porter. TRY THE CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE REFORMER EE3E3BGS3 LATCHIS Today Presents HOOT GIBSON In the Universal Special The Galloping Kid" A Whirlwind Western Comedy Drama ( He offered to do the right thing. She refused, but he insisted. She told him that he was nothing but a hobo, al ways had been, and always would be until the cows came home. Then he up and told her a few things. Then some thing happened in a new, different quick-action way. EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA Special Two-Reel Western Drama Also Sport Review Matinee 2.30 Evening 7 and S.50 No Advance Prices Extra Special Thursday and Friday MACK SENNETT'S BIG SPECIAL SIX-REEL MELODRAMA ''The Cross Roads ... - t . of New- York" WITH AN ALL STAR CAST BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mrs. Abby E. Fuller is confined to her home with bronchitis. . Miss Mary Carey of Canal street has returned home after spending several days in Gardner, Mass. II. P. Robbins of the fire station spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Robbins of Palmer, Mass. Mrs. Joseph Estey and daughter will leave tonight for Huntington, W. Va., where they will npend a two-weeks' va cation, v ' Mrs. Albert W. Pratt of Arjington, Mass., spent Tuesday with her cousins, Mrs. M. I. Iieed and Miss Allie F. Morse of 10 Putney road. Miss Alice Martindale, stenographer at the Vermont National bank, returned yesterday after spending Christmas with her parents at South Vernon. Miss Milia A. Farnum is having a week's vacation from her work as book keeper in L. R. II. Wagner's shoe store and is visiting Mrs. A. E. Yeaw in Guil ford. Alfred f. Thompson went yesterday to Boston on business. His daughter, Helen, accompanied hiiu as far as P.elmont, Mass.. where she is visiting Elizabeth Graffam. Miss Mabel Tombf, who is training for a nurse in the Samaritan hospital in Troy, X. Y.. was at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tombs, over the holidays. ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Farwell of P.ulloek street have as guests over the holidays Mrs. Farwell's mother, Mrs. Kate Estabrook of Orono. Me., also her brother and wife and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Estabrook of Xew York and Mrs. T-ongstroth of Portland, Me. OUR DRUG STORE, OR.COURSE ' . V - For Prescriptions Every prescription that enters our store goes out again in completed form, full of remedial value and a tangible testimonial that all drugs may be safely and most profitably bought here. For pre scriptions or f or drugs of any character or in any combination, present your demands to us and, we will give you what you want and will sell you only the best; and if it requires concoction or com bination, we will give you the best of experience, knowledge and service and care. RinTfTt' UNUSUAL VALUES Were Never More Apparent Than in This After Christinas Sale . of LeftO ver noiiaay rooas Rare chances for economy are to be found in many sections of the store -listed below are a few of the many items on which the prices have been sharply reduced, in order to make an absolute clearance. Men 's Neckwear Four-in-Hand Ties in the most popular colorings rich brocades, silk and wool crepes, crocheted ties, in two-color combina tions and many others. $1.00 Neckwear Sale Price G9 50c Neckwear Sale Price 35 Beaded Bags All imported bags. Beautiful color com binations, unusual designs. Very popular at this time. While they lasts $3.00 Bags ....... $1.9S Christmas Jewelry Beauty Pins, Bar Pins, Beads and many other Novelties, all at 1-3 Less Than the Regular Price V Handkerchiefs Including Men's and Women's Fine Linen, hand embroidered, plain hemstitched, initial ones, and so on. Slightly mussed from handling At About Half the Regular Price. Dolls Not one of them must be carried over Dressed Dolls, Kewpies, Undressed Dolls, Dolls with jointed kid bodies, Rubber Dolls, Vampires, and all. Are drastically reduced in the After-Christmas Sale. $1.00 Dressed Kewpie Dolls G9 $1.00 Dolls Sale Price 75 50c Kewpies Sale Price 25 $1.00 Kewpies Sale Price 50 $3.00 and $3.48 Dolls, large size, imported, jointed, with kid body $1.98 Slippers Felt with cushion sole and quilted styles nearly all sizes and a ,good variety of col ors. Regularly 98c and $1.25, After-Christmas Sale Price 79S Sweet Grass Baskets Several shapes and sizes, all at 25 per cent less than regular prices. . A Counter Full of Odds and Ends of Choice Holiday Goods From Every Department of the Store MARKED AT DECIDED REDUCTIONS Bed Slippers Warm eiderdown just a few left. Regular price $1.C0 Sale Price 50 Shirt Waist Hanger Sets An excellent idea for hanging up waists keeps them from getting soiled and mussed. Regular 75c. After-Christmas Sale Price 50 Leather Goods All Reduced ' 1 Ir..uding the newer shapes and sizes; bags with envelope tops, bags with gath ered tops roomy, serviceable bags, etc. Auer-Christmas Sale Prices $3.00 Bags $1.98 $2.00 $1.43 $1.50 Bags 9S - Card Cases and Purses All Reduced. W riting Paper . Odd boxes, including envelopes and pa per, correspondence cards, note paper .and mourning paper, etc. After-Christmas Sale Prices 25c Writing Paper 19 39c Writing Paper 7. ... ......... . 29 , Slip-On Sweaters Many attractive novelties, many with round neck on which the little Peter Pan collars can be worn so nicely. $5.00 Sweaters ... : Sale Price $3.98 $4.00 Sweaters ........ Sale Price $2.98 1 1. f i - -I i t i 4 1