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THE BR ATTLEBOKO DAILY REFORMER: MOXDAY, NO VEMBER! 14,' 1921. Al! Mothers, Fathers and Children You Must See Today and Tomorrow "The Old Nest LATCHIS THEATRE Advertise in The REFORMER MAINE HUNTER HAS NARROW ESCAPE Nearly Frozen to Death In Trying Reach Camp Through Heavy Snow. to BOSTON. Nov. 14. Arthur 15. Par ker and William C. Ilardinj;, both of Watertown, on tlu'ir return yesterday from an exeitiuj; hunting trip north of Jacknmn, Me., told of a thrilling exper ience in the north country which almost proved fatal to Mr. Parker. On Nov. S, Mr. Parker was hunting NOVEMBER Winch Special ester The Special is a TU.-inch Slicing Blade, cocoabola rivets. Knife with Swaged Flexible handle and brass telescope The Knife is a high grade article, especially adapted to cutting bread, meat and slicing roasts. Only a small lot allowed us front window. -see them in our Special Price 25c Each at Robbing & Cowles, Inc. lVlChSTER fc STOK m LATCHIS in Monday and Tuesday THE GOLDWYN PICTURE CORP. PRESENTS Paw. Hufrhe? He?.rt-Gripping Story of Home Reginald Barker Directed by THE MOST WONDERFUL PICTURE EVER MADE YOU'LL LAUGH YOU'LL CRY YOU'LL LOVE IT A if with Old Nest" GREATEST STAR CAST EVER ASSEMBLED - ; c ' r , v .. ?;'. .A v 1 - '.J ' : ' i f , v 4 ( .j - -i- r' . , xv . , ' - f .Z.'ie ro uifil Son o St !omc JIM 've beep, gone ten yearS, Mother, and I've knocked r.bcut all over the globe. Now, just when I was on the edge of a fortune, my money gave out. I must have two thousand dollars, or I'm broke forever. MOTHER Is money all? Isn't it glorious that you had, to come home to your mother and that she can help her boy? JIM But what can you do, Mother? MOTHER Go to the bureau; look in the lower drawer. There are my jewels, Jim. I always knewthey'd come jn handy some day. Take them pawn" them sell them anything. Matinee 2.30. Adults 28c; Children 11c, 17c Evening 7 and 9. Adults 28c, 39c; Children 17c, 22c a.lone from an outlvinz camn about six miles from the main camps at Ileahl! pond. A foot of snow had fallen and he decided to return to the main camps. The traveling through the woods was tiresome and as he reared Ileald pond he was ex hausted by reason of the snow and heavy clothing, with the heavy pack strapped to his shoulders as well. In order to avoid a mile hike arouml the north of Ileald pond he decided to paddle across the lake in a canoe to the main camp. When he was about i!(H) feet off the shore a strong wind hir the bow of the canoe, overturning it and throwing him into the icy water. He suc ceeded in reaching shore by clinging to the stern of the canoe and vising his feet and hands as paddles. He lost his rifle. To make matters worse the strong wind stiffened his hands and limbs. He became utterly exhausted and fell into the deep snow along the trail. He crawled on his frost-bitten hands and knees about U(M) yards up the trail. He made a desperate attempt to go ahead to save himself from freezing. At last he turned over ex- ihausted. unable to go further. I Not long after, his unconscious body was discovered by J. L. Ilrand of Cam-: den. X. J., who. with the aid of his guide, carried him into camp. At the camp were Dr. J. fi. MeLaugh- ilin of Walnut avenue, Roxburv, and Dr. A. 1$. Raeder of Camden. N. J. They found Mr. I'arker nearly frozen, hardly a pulse beat being perceptible. They rubbed him and gradually started circulation. In two hours he had re gained consciousness. After a few days rest he asked Mr. Harding to accompany liim iffiiiin 'Flu fl rriiil vpsitpi'ilnv BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Marriage intentions have beei filed in the office of Town Clerk C. S. Hopkins by Jeremiah Curtin. engineer, of Ci Cen tral street, and Miss Kllen Mary (Iritfin of High street. The r.rattleboro high school football team, about in number, will be guests oT Manager J. Kenton of the Audito :iium at the performance by Herbert's (Ireater Minstrels tomorrow evening. The Canal Street and Main Street I'ar-lent-Teacher associations cleared SCCi i from the food sale conducted Saturday ! afternoon in the Episcopal parish house. The money will be added to the fund for jthe purchase of milk to be used in the schools. The meeting of the Woman's auxiliary to the American Legion tomorrr.w evening at 7.:'.0 in Ira ml Army hall will be a rally night meeting. It is expected that every member will be present. At s.t. the meeting will be open to the public and there will be a short program, including a talk on the national convention of the American Legion at Kansas City. 31 ' 24 . 32- .33 &- This looks so awful mail, Wonder if he smiles when glad? Draw from one to two and so on to the end. ROY CONFESSES SHOOTING. Dis- Dcclares His Kifie Was Accidentally charged Is Not Arrested. WORCESTER Mas;;.. Nov. 14. Leon Leclere, 111. of StT Hamilton street, con fessed to the police; yottrrday that he ac cidentally shot Alven J-'aucher, 11, of 4 Ideal road, last .Friday. lie aid that he had a cartridge in Jiis title and was fixing the safety device when the weapon was accidentally discharged. . Immed iately afterward the Leclere boy said he heard cries, and, becoming frightened, hid his rifle in a swamp and ran home. Capt. Luke J. Dillon of Station 'J, who j conducted the investigation, says that Le- cjere win noc ve neiu unless the wounds that Faucher. has as a result of the shoot ing result fAtally. Faucher is reported at uity nospatal as recovering. $100 IN CASH will not pay you to miss "The Old Nest" JSEE IT TO-DAY LATCHIS THEATRE BROOKLYN NURSE RECOMMENDS THIS STOMACH RE i - . - - MEDY Personal Experience Shows Benefits , of Jaques' Little Wonder Capsuls for Indigestion and Dyspepsia "From personal experience I am satisfied that Jaques' Little Wo'ider Capsules are a splendrd preparation, and I have no hesi tancy in recommending them to others Avho are troubled with vari ous stomach derangements. They have proven very beneficial,," wrices Susie C. Clark, registered juirse of 55 Hicks steet, Brooklyn, X. Y , to the Jaques Capsule Convpany, Inc., of Plattsburg ,X. Y. WEST BRATTLEBORO CIH RCII RECEIVES 12. First Unit in Methodist Program of Wor ship Comes to Close. The first unit in the program of wor ship of the Methodist church came to a successful close last evening, when the last of the Reatitudes of Jesus was con- the Fundamentals of Attendance upon the M sidered as one of Christian Practice. services of this series has shown a decided increase over that upon any other service of the year. Fruits of the series were manifest when 1- young people came fur ward after the sermon and were received into church membership. The seeonil in it of the program of wor ship will begin next Sunday morning and continue over three Sundays. The gen eral suhjeet will ne l lie tiospoi ot rtew- anKhip. For the morning service on the; next three Sundays the themes will be as follows: Nov. tjo. The Stewardship of Possessions; Nov. L'7. The Stewardship of Personality ; Dec. 4. Th" Stewardship of Prayer. The orchestra whieh has been furnish ing music for the evening serviee the pa-'t. month will continue to sere :it the even ing services. A young people's chorus choir will lead in the praise service, and h, urns will be thrown i.n the screen for congregational singing. 1 T.......1... :.. ...i. ..i. . .1 1'f.M- ti.. ;.. ii. .: ovm.i ..r tl,.. ..I,,, i;.....i i... ii.,.. j r1 " ' Ll 11 in iiiii' ii, ii- tiiiiiiui-ii ii liti- j h-aiia Kuhner. directer of recreation. ; This viil be in the form of a get -together j and social fcr the entire church, "under the j auspices of the Attainers" class. This is the first event in the program that has been offered t' all c!ns.-es of the church together. The committee has jdanned games and amusements with reference to each group. children, young people and adults. Anyone in the community who happens to have no church home is invited Tuesday evening. Ii FARMKRS MAKE OP.JECTIONS. Declare Valuation Plan in TarilT Is Cov crnmental Price Regulation. 1' 1 niti i' - 4 .... , ti.,m.uiH., .ov. 1 1. 1 lie iirac- proposed AiiK-rican tical result" of the valuation plan in the pending tariff bill will be "governmental wholesale price de termination." according to Jrey Silver, Washington representative of the Ameri can Farm Rureau federation. In a let ter to the Nat ional Retail Dry (Joods as sociation, made public here yesterday. Mr. Silver said the federation had supported the request of the association for recon sideration of the decision of the senate finance committee to include the valua tion plan in the tariff legislation. Mr. Silver said the federation's execu tive committee, answering a question naire, has gone on record unanimously in opposition to the basing of import du ties on American wholesale valuations. "If there is any one thing." the letter continued, "which caused more dissatis faction among the farmers during the war than the fixing of prices on agricultural products, it has not been called to my attention." Reductions in the rales carried bv the Fordney bill also will be urged by the federation, on the ground that, as drawn, the rates will 'practically ito-evenf im portations in many lines. This state ment. Mr. Silver contended, was particu larly true of commodities taxed on an ad valorem basis, to which the American val uation plan applie.- A Miss and a Mile. "I came Aery Dear being the owner of a twin-six car today," said Gelatine Travers on his arrival home. "How near?" inquired Mrs. Travers without enthusiasm. "Well, my number was actually in the hat from which the win ing number' was drawn, and that's nearer than usual," replied her bus band. Kansas City Star. Tales Told by Hands. A plump hand is a good sign In one's girl friend. It Is a sign of good na ture. Limp, floppy hands denote In dolence, but a firm grasp is only given by one who is Industrious. Mrs. Ray Tarbox, who had been here with her sister, Mrs. Iloyt II. Barber, has returned to her home in Marlboro, N. II. The Twentieth Century club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L. (. Taylor. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance as there is a quilt to tie. The -ipper apartment in Mrs. .1. E. Mann'f house, recently vacated by Alfred Rette1 ey. is being repaired and redeco ratec before Mrs. H. F. Weatherhead mov there. Mother's Whereabouts. Julia was quite fond of using big words. One evening at a party soma one asked her where her mother was. She said, "Well I guess she must ba circulating around here some place. I came with her." , Hundreds of Letters. Nurse Clark's is bnt one of many hun dred letters which have been sent to the Jaques Capsule Company commending the valuable discovery which i now lx-ing put up in convenient capsule form foe the relief of indigestion, dyspesia and the disorders due to overeating of food winch is difficult to digest. Jaques' Little Wonder Capsules are not supposed to cure all diseases, but they are I guaranteed to give satisfying relief for disorders of the stomach. They bring quick relief in mild am! acute case. and gradually relieve chronic and obstinate dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation. Save Your Stomach. The welfare of your whole system is de pendent upon the stomach. If your stom ach functions properly, food is easily and thoroughly digested and quickly assimi lated into the system, making rich red blood and renewing the lxxly waste. If you suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia, catarrh of the stomach, sour stomach, constipation, or other disorders or de rangements of the stomach or digestive tract, your food is imperfectly digested and often decomposes in the stomach, poi i soiling the system. (Jas forms., producing a dull, heavy feeling, headache, nausea, fetid breath, heartburn, biliousness ' and many other ailments result. The undi gested food causes loss of appetite and malnutrition. General debility frequently follows and life is shortened. Jaques' Little Wonder Capsules aid in relieving these conditions, assist digestion and tone up the stomach. Save your stomach and you prolong your life. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Physicians, nurses, dentists, ministers, business men and prominent men and women in all parts of thw Cnited States have been astonished at the marvelous re lief they hare experienced from stomach troubles of long standing after taking but a few of these capsules. Jaques" Little Wonder Capsules are harmless. They contain no irritating or Itoisonous 'drugs, and are sure relief for indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation without fuss or bother. You simply take one or two capsules and a swallow of water. They are sold under a strict guarantee to refund the money to anyone who is dissatisfied af.cr giving them a trial. On sale by Brattlelioro D ug Co., 104 Main St., Brattleboro. Xt. ; tic CO cents by mail postpaid for ll! days' supply from Jaques" Capsule Co.. IMattsbu.L . N Y. - Advertisement. 0 ' ::-:;:3l-:-:i:-:-. Make the festivities a sure-fire success with just the right touch of floral decorations. Let us help you make the evening a big one. i Hopkins The Florist Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Block Brattleboro, Vt. j TODAY SEE "The Old Nest" 1 ' ' ,.,, ! ' i n i fe irij Mi r -r' ! The New Hudson Super-Six A Greater Value Than Ever It is a Better Car by Hundreds of Dollars Yet Costs You Hundreds of Dollars Less A In the new Hudson Super-Six, not only is the beauty of past Hudson coach-work, surpassed, but it brings also the most val uable mechanical advancements since the advent of the patented Super-Six motor. That famous invention is rivalled in interest by the new Hudson. Its advan tages are hardly less sensational. For today's Hudson, too, is the product of new invention. Every phase of motor car operation is affected. Smoother con trol and riding ease are attained. Start ing is easier. And lubrication is quickly, cleanly done with an oil can. in the esteem of motorists for us to aban don all that made them famous. Though different in both action and appearance the New Hudson still retains the great qualities of its forerunner, as well as the family resemblance in looks. Their value, and our pride in them are vouched by the fact that for six years, including last year when the price aver aged $750 higher, Hudson has been a consistent sales leader. Past Hudsons have won too great a place Come see the New Hudson. Owners of old Hudsons as well as non-owners will be delightfully surprised in this new motoring luxury. Prices f. o. b. Detroit 4-pa. Phaeton, $1895 7-pass. Phaeton, $1895 Sedan, $2895 Touring Limousine, $3120 Limousine, Coupe, $2770 $3195 Cabriolet, $2495 Manley Brothers, Company, Inc. HIGH STREET, BRATTLEBORO " f 1 J I i i i t f i f r s 5 i-1 it '4 if li n TODAY SEE "The Old Nest"