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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922.
8 General Electric 182 General . Motors 14 Great Northern pd 74 I nt Mer Mar pd 43 "Day by day in every way I grow wetter and wetter." h, I fi 1 r Wrmmmi f My 'r-J9A9W V' ' . . l : S1 Fre-I ss n a b isjlRIWL OMPANY I IB SI Hi & S nventoiy Clearance Sale of Footwear , Many broken lots are left on our shelves after the holiday sales, and these are assembled in lots to close out before our Inventory, January 1 . All marked at sacrifice prices. Women's Dress Shoes Misses' Felt Slippers Lot of High Grade Dress Shoes., in black Odd lot, made with durable, soft leather and "brown leathers. All welt sewed . soles, mostly sample pairs; slightly soles. Mostly Louis heels. Values $5X0 E0iled. Values up to $1.10, JCW to $8.so, c& e$ep , c , . Pre-Invtory Sale Price $JL.40 Pre-Inventory Sale Price Young Men's Dress Shoes Infants' and Children's Felt Slippers Made of first grade black leathers on nar- Odd lot with durable, soft leather soles, row toe lasts for dress wear. Welt Sample pairs. Slightly soiled. Values up sewed soles. Values $5.00 to $5.00. Buy tQ g0c .Q nOW'' o, T- Si!? 55 S Pre-Inventory S"ale Price 11 Pre-Inventory Sale Price Women's Felt Slippers Men's Slippers and Moccasins Odd lot, including many fancy, trimmed odd lot of samples left from the holiday styles with soft leather soles. Mostly salcs slightly soiled from handling, small sizes. Slightly soiled fromhaa- Values up to $2.00. Jt' Pre-Inventory Sale Price . WALL STREET WALL STREET, X. Y., Dec. 30 -Vir- i.v nil groups of stocks moved to higher level in today' brief session of ihe market, the last of the year. Wide spread predictions of business prosperity durinfc the coining year and Secretary Hushes' supgestion of an internation-i conference of financiers to settle the rep arations problem had a cheering effect. An advance in Pennsylvania crude oi! prices vas reflected in a brisk demand ur the oil shares. Some of the other con jpieuous sfroi): spots were Standard Oil -f California. Houston Oil. ChicaR. and Northwestern, (Amtinentnl Con, jSo-cV MuRiutn, Stromlierg (brim re tor and l)n Pont, all up to 4 points. New pe-iK nrices for the . vear were established by Endicott Johnson. North American an.' Stewart Warner Speedometer, th g:r rnmrinjr from 1 1-1 to 4 points. 4 lie eiob ine'was strong. Sales approximated u(J0.- 000. Last Prices on Leading Stocks Published by arrangement with BAKER. YOVNG & CO., GO Congress Street, Boston. Brattleboro Representative, FRED II. HARRIS. M"X l'etroleum Hl Missouri I,a-ific N Y N II & II New York Central Northern Pacific . , Pennsylvania Reading . , Ren Iron & Steel v. I Royal Dutch Pet . Southern -Pacific Studebaker ...... Union Pacific Un Rerail Stores . IT S Steel V S Rubber Utah Copjier . . . ; , Westinghouse Elec Texas Co ........ Am Int Corp Am lsom Am Tel & Tel ... Am Smelt ins Am Sugar Am Volen .... Am Sumatra Tob , Anaconda Atchicon Atlantic Gulf ... Raldwin Ioco Baltimore & Ohio Bethlehem B Canadian Pacific- Central Leather . Chandler Motors Chi Mil & St P . C R I & Pac Erie General Asphalt . 2V. l'JS no '4 .102 H 21 V i :','. 144'-h ;7 ,-t 74, 79 r2i - llGt's 13S 2( 10Ts - (X 4S Helped Steal His Own Pic. J. B. Djolittle, a farmer residing about four miles from Rochenter. N. H.. was aroused by a man calling for help. The farmer looked out and the man on the outside said a pig which he was carting in a truck had got away and was on the farmer's premises and he asked his help in catching it. The farmer, his wife and children, dressed and aided the stranger in rounding up the pig. The stranger wanted to pav the farmer "for his trouble" but he would not accept anything. Then the stranger departed snouting his thanks to. the farmer and his family. . After he had gone, the farmer went to his own pig pen to see how his pig was and discovered the porker was miss ing. It was his own pig which he had helped the man to catch and put in the cat. MARRIAGES. - In Br.'ittleb' io. Dec. J7. by Rev. Ed win P. Wood, Earl Perry Collins and Mis M::ry Emeline Sumner, both for merly of Halifax. A man uho was supposed to lmvc com mitted scicide :t Monte Carlo by shoot ini hiinsi-lf with a revolver had. before 11 j doing the fatal deed, written a will on 4S-Tt his shirt front. EVIBK THEATRE I Today Presents Extraordinary Attractions KATHERINE MAC DONALD In Her Finest Screen Offering .'Domestic Relations" With Barbara La Marr, Lloyd Whitlock, Wm. P. Carleton, Jr., George Fisher, Frank Leigh and Gordon Mullen. A man may drive a woman from his home but often she will not be driven from his heart! An emotion picture of courts and courtships, the most truly dramatic and most dramatically true the American Beauty has ever given the screen. Extra Special Two-Reel Drama Aesop Fables and Topics of the Day Matinee 2.30 Evening 7 and 8.50 MONDAY AND TUESDAY PRESENTS Charles Ray's Greatest Photoplay With an Exceptional Big Cast IN NINE PARTS ; Many, other odd lots including styles for the entire family are displayed at extreme reductions in price to close out before our inventory. The iFarnily' Shoe Store DUNHAM v FARWELL MA GOOD PLuCE TO EAT" Sunday Night Supper? Of Course ! This is the logical place and where you are certain to have your every want fulfilled. y Some Real Candy Bargains 2-lb Box Christmas Candy, was 48c . . . . ; Now 40 2-lb. Box Chocolates, was $1.50 Now $1.20 Cherries in Syrup, were 60c lb Now 40 lb. Schrafft's (Saturday Only), were 50c lb., Now 39 lb. Old-Fashioned Chocolates, were 40c lb. Now 30 lb. Today FRINGE THEATRE WILLIAM FOX .'vfe present , b rr er ii v i vi i JUST TONY J? sfory of Shu SJlle'Hors e ,r3?tu) tao riAX BRAND'S tv ALCATRAZ DIRCCTE ft 4YNN F. REYNOLDS. Always one bound ahead of the wind ; one stride in front of fate; one league to the good of his pur suers was "TONY" the Hunted Horse, who shares the honors with .TOM MIX. "In the Days of Buffalo Bill" Chapter 2 Also Comedy Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c MONDAY and TUESDAY Scenes of the Most Vivid and Thrilling Action Scenes of Unparalleled Luxury A Modern Romance With the Cave Man Angle LEW15 j.SELZNCK presents 30 Th?1 Combnm - - t Elegance, Thrill cad Kwocnce ELAINE HAMMERSIEIN m-fflSf7 i0NH WEEK OfJOV If Charles AlailorMadeMaril mm0Bh M'J At Hnrru' James Smith Cos 'produced by Cohan Horn's in the UnitedStafes of Qmerica courage tc stances, i!l & 111! Scewhar'clolhes'will do in giving fight against circum and learn what you do when freed all handicaps. ! : SEE ; The thrilling airplane crash. The terrific railroad wreck. The modern society revels which rival in splen dor the pleasures of the ancients. The Last Word in Photodramatic Thrills Store Closed Monday, January 1, Until 12 O'clock to Take Inventory Illlillli! Ln Fact, the Last Word in Pictures. 1 ll! M 1 iMmitlltlUWiMIIIMlM'""M"