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Prima Donna Soprano of the Metropolitan and
? Opera Companies
ON THE LAST NIGHT OP
The Redpath Chautauqua
Feature Ever Announced
s Worth All That Ii Asked For a Season Ticket
Mi? Nielsen Will Arrivl[Here In Mer Private Car, Which Has Been
Named the "Alice ENeilsen" by the Pullman Palace Cai Co.
Chautauqua \?eek May 10th. to 17th,
Afternoon and Eve
mg Programs of the Pallar?a Band
OF CHAUTAUQUA WEEK
Francesco Pallar?a and Hit Band
The programs which will be rendered here
day of Chautauqua week will be aa follow* (subject
1- March, Redpath, by Pallar?a . o
2- Overture. Il Guarany, by Gomez
3- Aisha, Indian Intermezzo, by Lindsay
4- Southern Star Overture on Southern Melodie,
'?-The Dance of the Serpents, by Boccalari
6- Cavalry Charge (descriptive fantaisie), by G.
Lueders; arranged by L. P. Laurer.deau.
SYNOPSIS-Morning of thc batt!?; Infantry la
heard approaching: with fl fea and drums; cavalry In
the distance, coming- nearer and nearer until they
charge upon tho enemy; cavalry.- Infantry and ar
tillery In the mela? of battH; defeat of the enemy,
pursued In th? distance by the cavalry.
7- Hungarian Dance No. 5? by Brahms
8- Intermezzo, L'Amico Fritz, by Mascagni
9- Cornet Solo, Stabat Mater, by Rossini
10-Finale, Gioconda, by Ponchietti
by Francesco Pallar?a and hts band on the fifth
to alight change):
1- March. American Navy, by Pallar?a
2- Overture, Raymond, by Thomas
5-Waltz, Sempre Omai, by Strauss
4- -Baritone Solo, Venetian Song, by Tosti
5- Celebrated Organ Offertory, by Baitiate
6- Overture, William Tell, by Rossini
7- Hungarian Dance Na 6, by Brahma
8- Quartet From Rigoletto, by Verdi
9- Selection From Carmen, by Bizet
10 -The Death of Custer. The Battle of Little
Bighorn, a descriptive American and
Indian fantaisie, by Lee Johnson
minutes In hot water.
For red juice, the crushed grapes
fl _ .. -Li'- ? . _ ^ J. m\\ arc nr8t heated to the same tempera
|?l*CllB0 IHfll*?} f?T H?faflfl? ture us before und then strained
VPl illrC ?JUlvV ft*L lltflllV through a clean cloth or drip back
? without pressure. Thereafter, tito
process ls the same as for light col
1 1 1 ??--'. ored juice.
Washington. May 4.-Anybody who fruit should be used and it should be ??*Pe. Joice should be r^orJdJta*[a?
is able to can Tegetablea can make well ripened, but not overripe. Tho Ste?themXavl*beti open,
grape juice, says a nr.Jr ikiblicatlon grarjes should Artist be. crushed and ed tho julee ls likely to spoil. If
of the United States department of grassed in an ordinary cider-mill if properly made, however, the Juice
agriculture, Farmers'. E'.'.lletln ?44. the farm possesses One, o? by hand If should keep indefinitely as long as it
Tho principle is the same in both no mill ls available. The subsequent (a kePfc jn. sealed bottles. In this re
canes-the sterilisation of the pro- procedure depends upon whether . u Bpeit lt 1B, of course, like other can
d?ct before it is stored away. In case white or a red Juice is desired. For ae^ gooda, which should always be
of grape juice thia teriHxation pre- a light colored. juice, the crushel ufed as soon as possible after they
venta the fermentation which in mak- grapes are put in a cloth sack and i,aVe been'opened.
lpg wine turns the araps sugar lute twisted until the greater part of the I pf the various varieties ot grapes
alcohol. Juice ls extracted, one person holding common in this country, the D?ls
Fermentation ls caused by various each end of the .sack. The juice I? j ware gives a Juice of delicate aroma
fungi, yeasts, and bacteria, which ad- then put in tome convenient form ot and e::coltrmt flavor. The Concord ls
here to thc skins and stems of the double boiler In which it does nut j darker with a sprightly taste and
v grapes. If these aro killed, no fer- come into direct contact with .the ure well known -aroma. The Catawba,
mentation la possible. **They can bo but is surrounded by hot water, and i isabella, and Salem grapes also yield
killed in two ways, but one, the ad- gradually heated to a temperature J an excellent product. The California
ditton of antiseptics, ls not possible close to 200 d?greva F. As has al-. varieties produce a very sweet Juice,
In the case of any article intended ready been said, however, it should but in many cases there is little char
for human consumption, because the not bo allowed to go over tris point. | acterlstlc flavor. *or home uso, how
anttseptlcs themselves are /Injurious. If no thermometer is available, it in]ever, the kind of grape that ls most
The other method, killing them by best to heat the juice until lt steams abundant in the vicinity will, of
heat, is the one used in the pfcuteuri- and then to take lt from the flrfie be- course, be used.
ration of milk, and ls equally simple fore it ia allowed to boll. It should -----
and practicable with grape juice, then be poured into a glass of enaro- Q0R ?TITO EY" Offer-This and Se.
Practical testa Indicate that grape oiled vessel and allowed to settle for
juico IB satisfactorily pasteurized 24 hours, after which it can be drain- DONT MI8S THIS. Cut out this
without appreciable change ot flavor ed from the aedtm?nt and run slip, enclose with Bc tn Foley 4b Co.,
when it ts heated to a temperature through some form of cloth Minter, chicago, lit., writing your name and
varying from 105 degrees] to 176 de- The scamed Jploe la then pitt into address clearly. You will receive lu
grees Farenhlt. If the temperature clean cottles and sterilized once moro return a trial package containing
is allowed to reach 200 degree? F., In a water bath. An Ordinary wash Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
th? flavor of the juice is changed for boiler with a til?n board on the bot- for coughs, colds und croup; Foley
the worse. ' tom for tlie filled bottles to rest on fa Kidney Pills, tor pains and back.
Fdr homo nae there are a large a convenient home device for thto rheumatism,. backache., kidney and
number ot varlet!?? of grapes which purpose. After stcrllltatlon tho bot- bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
will make a pleasant ",: abd- healthful.Ilea should bo corked lauuediately, Tablets, a. wholesome and thoroughly
NEWS ITEMS FROM
Facts ?nd Guesses on lineup ol
Next National Presidential
Washington, May 4.-It ut some
time until the next presidential elec
tion but the pad-and-pencW squad,
augmented by the self-constituted
proph?te of the fickle gods of politics,
and peeping and chirping forth. They
are taking the pulse of the country,
these tinkers of the body politic.
Impartial inquiry 'us to what people
are thinking, however, caa be stied'
up end stated in condensed form,
Woodrow Wilson is strong in the
rural districts of the East, middle
West and South. He will be a hard
man to beat
Np one has yet been picked upon
as ? Republican choice.
The Republicans are determined to
win 'thia election at all hasards, and
are willing to go to any length to
patch up their internal diff?re uccs.
The tariff wi ' be forced to the
front in the F Mt at one cf the main
People who are sot attached to
eithor party are anxious for a change,
and are expecting it.
From Albany comes thia: . Gov.
Whitman has indorsed Elihu Root 'Dr
president in 1916, sud will not him
self enter thc field for the Republi
can nomination against thc senator.
The governor looks forward to a
second term in the executive mansion
at Albany and defers his ambition for
ii>2 White House Until 1910.
Republican leaders cf all groups
and factions, excepting the extreme
Progressives, are now solidly fpr Mr.
Root He will have no opposition
within the organization to a solid
delegation from New York in the
next national convention.
William Barnes, too, ls "rooting"
for Root Mr. Root, however, is al
And out of tao West filters the
news into Washington that Untied
Stater Benator W. E. Borah expects
that lt will tsjte all the votes that
he Republican (tory can muster to de
feat President Wilson in 1916. He
predicts that there will be no third
"President Wilson will be foeman
worthy of out steel, i He ls much
stranger than?hls party," says he.
n ' addition io this* 500 banqueter?
in Pittsburgh ?-ailed P?croe as Che
Moses a few;,-nights ago and amid
ahearn that ^fcade-tae welkin rinse"
-whatever that means-his name
was proposed for "president in 1916."
Penrose ls said to have smiled, and,
like Root, remains silent
And to cia U off a Hoboken astrol
oger says about T. R. that he "will
Buffer severo losses in legal matters,
and it is safe to predict he will lose
in the Barnes affair. Strang to say,
that while be will lose, it will en
hance hm prestige for 1916, and I
look for his nomination by the Re
And BO there you are.
v Unternyer In Riggs Case.
Samuel VAtermyer of New York,
counsel in the Pujo money trust in
vestigation has been retained in tho
Riggs bank case on the side of Sec
retary Mcidoo and Comptroller Wil
President' Wilson denies that the
controversy between the treasury de.
pa rt ment ind the Riggs bank has been
made an idminlstration affair.
In no. vay, he declares, ls lt a mat
ter toucltng an administration pol
icy; especially, he points out, inas
much as the proceedings in the
courts ?ere instituted by the bank
officials ind not by the government.
Tra* Balance Up $84)00,000.
Imports and exporta for the week
ending ?pring 24 at IS principal cus
toms districts of the United States
announced by the department of com
merce, ts follows:
Imports, $34,524,745, as compared
with $38,376,766. the week previous;
exports, $55,136,74$, as compared
with $31,310,853 the week previous.
The balance of trade in favor of the
United States was $20,611,584 as com
pared with $12,934,087 tor the week
Favors Trying *?JHnejs.w
Jitney bus lines so regulated In thc
District that they shall not becomo
a menace to life and limb is recom
mended by G. Curtis ?Sblnn, secretary
of the transportation committee ot
the Washington Board of Trade. In
his report Mr. Shlnn said that al
though the jitney bus movement has
been a great success in some cities
and a failure In others, lt la only in
its infancy and should be given a trial
in the National capital.
Seriously Charges Harvester Trust
A serious charge Involving the ac
tivities of the International Harvester
company in Yucatan, Mexico, is made
by Senor Nieto, sub secretary of the
treasury *t Vera Crux, which city is
the headquarters of Gen. Carranza.
Senor Nieto makes the charge that
While the Mexican authorities aro
bending every energy to assure the
shipment of sisal liber to the Uultad
States for the use of farmers in this
country, the Harvester company has
made the threat that Intervention by
this government will follow unless
all the fiber ls handled by tts agents
Tlie charge ls to be called to the at
tention of Secretary Bryan.
Local public utility corporations
must pay 6 per cent Interest on cus
tomers' deposits after May 1, accord
ing to an order Issued by the Public
The heat in Washington has been
unusual. Straw bats peeped forth be>?
fore their accustomed time and thc
salutation "Is it hot enough for you?"
has been cc signed to a perpetually
hotter clfmt .e than Washington.
Nearby seaside resorts note the week
sad influx of best refugees from the
rime Has Wrought BT air - Changes.
Invention Has Ucvoloffonlzcd the
World*-Science Has Worked Won.
der? Darin? Ute Fasti tevt Cen*
taries. 1 A
Frqm a section notori ma for its
natalia and yellow fev< a epidemics.
i.e Panama Canal Zone has been
transformed into a he: Ulu'ul land
whore happiness and pro pprlty reign
Faithful, scientific eff Uti has In
urn conquered the sleep tm sickness,
tie plague and cholera. Cfto locusts
it iSouth African fame aye become
ixtinct. But what have ' e done with
ho Fly-Man's worst an?my, tho
vorld's greatest inurdere * They con
In uc to spread their de idly poisons
-a menace to millions, ?t the com
>lned classes, Animals, Ssfcts and
Reptiles, the Fly ls the i mst danger
Activity in this connec ion is not a
lew departure. It dates tjaok far in
to Ancient History. Et ;|sebub was
tie Fly Oed of Ekron (sc 3 Kings 1::!,
3. G and 10). The Cre v Cod Baal
ursa often worshipped a ; the "Lord
if tne Kly." his ability ti jdjlve them
>ff being conceded. Th ? flies were
nen as now, not only th ?worst enc
ales of Palestine and ? hrpt, but of
ill civilized countries. [%?
1 AB tu BWCVBH 8?1 k.ia history re
cords activity in connection -with tho
extermination of the Fly, which was
lien a recognized enemy. History re
cords little good of Domlnlclan, tho
[loman Emperor from 81 to 96 A. D.,
?side from his activity in extermi
nating our alike ubiyuitous compan
ion and deadly foe. One historian
says of him, "One of his favorite pas
times was hunting and killing flies."
Thus it will be seen, he was the orig
nal "Swat the Fly" man, anticipating
:he Anti-fly movement by more than
L800 years. This activity has con
tinued yearly ever since, yet today
statistics complied by the United
States government shows that the fly
pests costs our government alono
three hundred and fifty million dol
lars ($350,000,000) annually.
North, East, South and West, cru
sades are being waged against this
[test. To effectually combat this evil,
i scientific campaign is most neces
sary; but of more Importance than
this, is thc agent by which they can
rn reality be exterminated.
SHEPARDS'S HOUSE FLY DRIV
ER AND INSECT EXTERMINATOR
kills files by the thousands. No long
er an experiment, but an acknowledg
ed success; its use is being recom
mended by Doctors and Superintend
ents of Health on every hand, lt ls
manufactured from the oils of the
Long Leaf Pine, and when sprayed in
n room vaporizes, killing flies, mos
quitoes and all other insects In a few
minutes. The fact that the fumes are
beneficial for people to breath makes
lt a valuable addition to the means
tor the prevention of disease among
Lame back ls usually due to rheu
matism ot the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had j
by massaging the back with Chamber* i
Iain's Liniment two or threo times a
day. Try lt Obtainable everywhere.
RUAI? ?THE PLACK BOX* IX TO*
PAYS ISSUS-See page seven.
"TIZ" FOR TIRED
SORE, ACIC FEET
Ahl what relief. No more tired feet;
BO more burning frat, swollen, bad smell
ing, sweaty feet. No more pain in coma
callouses or bunion.. Nb matter whai
ails your feet
or what under
the sun you've
et use "TIZ."
out all the poi
tions which puff
up the feet;
"TIZ" is mag
ical; "TIZ" Ta
will cure your
'oot troubles sc
. ?.ii*ll never Ump or draw np your face
n pain. Your sheen won't seem tight
?ttd your feet will newr, never hurt or
.et ?ore, swollen or tired.
Cet & Ci cent box at any dnij or
?cpartrucpt st?rt? and get relief.
This is t
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
fixtures, equip- ment.
Twenty-five woree or Ieee, On? Vii
Biz Time? U 00.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Retes on 1,000 words to t
No advertisement taken for J ?ss t)
It your name appears in the tel*p
your want ad to 821 and a bill w ?
FOB RALE-Some of the best coal
and wood on the market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country alabea still my spe
cialty. W. Ulmer, successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phone
FOR SALE-Pepper Plants, Tomato
Plants und Potato SlipB. We get
fresh shipments daily ot puro
Nancy Hall Slips. Furman Smith,
Seedman, Phone 464.
FOR HALE-1 Cash Register, 1 awn
ing, 1 stove, 1 gas arc light, 1 large
clock, 1 candy case, 600 counter
boxes, 1 large U. 8. Flag, 1 cash
drawer, 1 candy scales. Joe Trow- I,
FOB SALE-Tobacco Dust, Bug
Death and Slug-Shot Now ls the
proper season to apply for beat re
Bults-get the worm and the bug bo
fore lt gots yours. Furman Smith,
.Seedsman, Phone 464.
FOR SALE-Two National Cash Reg
isters, one awnlug, one pair of j
counter candy scales, and other ]
fixtures. Joe Trowbridge.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act aa agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond, confl
dontially, with anyone deslrlous ot
becoming permanently cured pf, .the
morphine or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTO, COLUMBIA,
a C., Box 75.
FOB SALE-One Cardwell thresher j
in good condition. J. S. Fowler.
WANTED-Stenographic work by a
competent office woman, careful,
neat work. Address Miss Wicker,
Anderson College, Phone 932.
FOB BENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department . If Interested in a fine
stand and goon proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 8-13-tt
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Llgon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Besldence Phone 886.
C. GADSDEN SA YR]
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, 3. C_
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Sase?
New Th??tre Bu?ding
W. Whitncs* St
Last evening we received a
shipment of fine,fish, including
the following: Shad, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
Fisk Dressed Free el Charte, and De
C. F. POWER & SON
Cor. Bensen ano* McDuffie
s gone. Tomorrow does not ex?
)DAY is the day of Opportunity,
be coloumn of opportunities. Reid
it-if you seek a broader opening
i want to buy or sell machinery?
one 26 cen,**, Throe Tiznes M i ?nts,
words promts tor each additional
>e used In a r?onth made on appU
ban SB cants, cash In ed vanea.
hone directory yea caa telephone
e malled after Its insertion for
DRY, PI S E WOOD, cut, or In four
foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right See me for
all kinds of Ure wood. B. N. Wyatt
"The S5.0C Coal Man."
F ITS IN SEASON, and fit to eat
we have lt; and the price won't make
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Gem" Cate, J. E. Derrick, Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whltner Street.
3UCK-EYE BARBEE SHOP-Hair
cut 16c, shave 10. Best service. Sat?
isfaotlon guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Let us duplicate your next broken
ens while you walt Can make lt
'rom a piece of the old glass,-don't
leed your prescription. Have tho
nost modern Grinding Plant In the
South. If you are from Missouri just
:ome in we'll show you.
Dr. M. R. Campbell,
Louisa S. Hllgenboeker,
112 W. Whltner St., Ground Floor.
HONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
of real estate In amounts of 12E.00
?.s $60.00 in Anderson County at 8
?dr cent per annum. Apply to
James F. Rice, Anderson, 8. C, of
fice over the old post office.
SACRIFICE .SALE-Three mottled
Ancona hens, one cock 16.00; three
White Face Blsck Spanish hens,
one cock 95.00. Get started with
these extra laying breeds. M, 0.
Faggart, Greenwood, S. C.
THIS AD, a?-companied by cash wilt
buy a dosen photos as \ follows:
Large size Cabinets S*,00; Half
Sias Cabinets $1.26; Post Cards
60c; offer expires April 80th. Al
len's Studio, North Main.
LOST-In cemetery Sunday afternoon
Ilady's gold watch with initials 8.
G. S. Finder will pleas* return to
Intelligencer office and gat res
LOST-Between Cox Creek on the
Willlani8ton road and the city, ono
33-calibro pearl handle Smith &
Wesson revolver. Return to Intel
ligencer office and receive $5 re
I LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
The next regular examination for
teachera will be held in the court
house on Frida, May 7, 1916. The ex
amination will open at 9 a. m. and
close at five p. m.
The examination will be on the
J, B. FELTON,
County Superintendent Education. >
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
AU persons liable to road tax for
1916 are hereby notified that the time
for payment to the county treasurer of
laid taxes will expire on the 1st dey
Dt May, 1916. After that date a penal
ty will be attached.
J. MACK KINO.
CITATION FOR LETTERS OP AD?
Whereas, Amanda J. Herron made
suit to me to grant him letter? of ad
ministration of the estate and effects
Df Rev. John B. Herron, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular . the klu
dred ind creditors ot the said Rev.
John B. Herron, deceased, that they
may appear before me tn the court
ot probate, to be held at Anderson
C. H., 8. C., on the 19th ot Allay, 19116
to show canse. If any why ?aid ad
ministration ohould not be greeted.
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Judge or Probat?'.
The committee on the card of tbs
Presbyterian Cemetery arish to call
attention to the fact that th? tinto
,"AS come for cleaning off the grounds,
preparatory to the exerclsea of Me
morial day. All parties interested are
requested to send help i?n Thursday,
Msy 6th, or hand cash contributions
to either of tho undersigned.
W. T, W. Harrison,
C. C. Langston,
C. ?. Tolly.
G. F. Sarto.