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No. 22 . . . .6:08 A. M.
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rates, etc., promptly
li. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
ie people stop buying ei
I be no business-no m
>ps or services.
the people stop buying ei
viii be cut in half and e
e people buy one hal: thei
ases, business slumps to hs
ie people postpone for th
If their needs the country']
>ne half for that length of
iv the things you will need
y speed up the wheels of
, farming and labor.
for the June Bride
We have a very large assort
ment of everything pretty, and
serviceable that you would expect
to lind at a first class jewelers,
suitable for wedding presents.
Drop in and let us show them
to you. lt will aliord us great
pleasure, whether you purchase
The Cash Jeweler
This IH tho time of all times
for the If. H. A. to make vast
strides. Lets all get baxy.
On Wednesday evening MTS. Robert
S. Yeargaih entertained in honor of
the assistai!t teachers of the Iva
high school and for Miss Frances Fair
of ('ampul;. Ho. who is the guest of
Miss Greta Hall.
At eight o'clock the guests were In
vited into the spacious dining room
where a very delightful dinner was
1er ved. Those present were: Misses
Frances Fair, of Campobcllo. Lois
Ratnpey, of Greenwood. Nettle Wyatt,
Carrie Howell, Nancy i'earson, M.
Thompson, Emmie Yeargaln, Kate
I.?impey, Greta Hall, Mrs. Susie
Wright nnd Mr. Clement C. Hall.
Arter dinner the following youug
men called and games were played
until a late hour: Messrs. Clarence
and Milton Sherard. T. C. Jackson,
Jr.. A. A. Townsend; Arthur Sea
wright. Ilea Brown, Strlbling and Dr.
During the evening leo tea and cake
Fifty thousand dollars is pretty
high for a spring suit.-Chattanooga
ENTERTAINED AT IVA
Count the Needless Footsteps
An Extension Telephone Would Save
HOW about the time lost in running to the telephone?
Not only lost time and lost energy, but the pro
longed Interruption from work which one or mor? conveni
ently placed extension telephones-coat ing but a few cents
a Week-would elim?nate.
Apply a little scientific management to this phase of
your business and let the results speak for themselves.
You'll measure the saving in dollars.
Call the Business Office to-day.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
TAKING FORTY WINKS
il) Dorothj Itluckmorc
"?"op) I"J?;IT. TTTT, 'jy TTT. *..T ".uTc "??W?
She descended the stone steps lead
ing from the house in which she had
a miniature homo. Delphine firew
ater wroked on u morning newspaper,
and her work kept tiwi* away from
homo until hil. Tonight sho had ab
seut-nilndtdly left her key iuslde the
apartment, and did not realize that
Khe had done lt UUtll HOW.
At duylight sho could get a lock
?lilith to o;ien the door for her, but
It was nearly six hours until abe
could expect to approach such a con
venience. Tho spring night air was
chilly and Delphine did not entertain
with much joy thu prospect of walk
ing about the streets all night.
"If I had a laprobo I could make
myself comfortable in a park, but I
should freeze my?elf Into pneumonia
without Liie," ahe considered as she
uuused one of the neat but now lone
ly B(|uares of tho neighborhood.
Whenever eho saw anyone approach
lng e'e Immediately began to walk
briskly as if with a purpose, and
kept up this galt until the passerby
was well out of earshot.
At four o'clock she felt as If she
could walk no longer, and in spite
of thc fear of cold she sat down on
a bench In Franklin square. Not
another BOUI was In sight. She al
most wished it were one of the big
New York parks, where she would
nt least have tho society of other
"Va^rantB? I never expected to be
a vagrant. Why-I might even be
arrested. Then I'd lose my precious
position and my career would be gone.
Father would never let me go away
from home again if he knew of this."
In tho midst of those soliloquies,
she saw an automobile dash around
the.corner of the square and atop be
fore a house on the opposite side of
the square and In which sho had al
ready noticed many- lights.
A young woman jumped out first
and ran up tho steps to the house.
Tho man stopped to throw a robe care
fully over tho engine' of the car, and
cs he paused under the now illumin
ated archwuy of the door she saw that
he carried a bag.
"It must bo a doctor-and there ls
illness," Delphine decided.
She was nearly stiff with cold by
now and began to walk again. She
crossed the small square and passed
the house In front of which the au
tomobile stood. She stopped for a
moment and looked Into the warm,
"Why not?" she asked herself sud
denly, stealing & quick glance at th?
house. I would be gone by the time
he veturned. I-I can't resist lt!" Bhe
almost whispered, she was so cold
It v/as all she could do to keep from
crying as she felt the soft comfort
of tho leather cushion and tucked the
rug about her. Every minute she
told herself that she would get out
and proceed on her lonely way, but
every minute brought her further
comfort and she could see no sign of
anyone coming from within.
At last Delphine slept; she slept In
a strange automobile on a city street
at 4:30 o'clock in the morning. She
bad been too utterly weary to resiBt
tho call of sleep.
When Bhe awoke an hour and a
half later it was to look into the
anxious eyes of Dr. Baldwin Gray.
Ho waa bending over her. She was
not sure that he had not shaken her;
she recalled having been dreaming
that someone was trying to waken her.
"Oh!" sho said, sitting erect She
took In long drafts of fresh morning
air and rubbed her eyes.
"You-olept." said the man.
Delphine nodded. Then she looked
closely? at him. "Why-lt's Doctor
Gray," Bho cried. "How-how strange!"
"Remember you have the advantage
over me in that you know my name.
You did not give me your name the
first and only time I saw you-when
you came to my office to have a fin
ter treated." .
"I'm Delphine Brewster," explained
tho girl. "And I'll be getting eut
Wnsn't someone with you when yon
drovo up?" she asked, looking about.
"A nurse-she's f/:slde. A new baby
happened to arrive while we were
there, and the nurse baa remained to
take caro of it." the doctor told Del
"What a night!" said Delphine half
After that the doctor asked for ex
planations and receive? them in foll
wh'.lo he drove Delphin? to a lock
smith and helped her Into her apart
"Can I ever ' repay you. Docto/
Gray?" abe asked aa aha stood In the
now open door.
"You'll repay ma if you will let
me know you,' Miss Brewster. I'll
ask my mother to call on you cinco
you are alone." the doctor said, seri
"And you'll come with her?" the
girt asked naively.
Doctor Gray laughingly nodded.
"More often than you'll want mo to
But lt proved to be not too often
to please Delphine. Sha had. had her
adventure and her romance waa be
\ If you walt until making your last
wm ard testament tn the matter of
distributing charity you will never
have any fun over lt
DAY OF ENFORCEMENT
OF LAW IS^ AT HAND
POLICE TO CRACK DOWN ON
VIOLATORS OF PETTY
LOOK OUT DOGS
Canine Found on Streets With
out Muzzles Will be
Speed laws, cut-out laws, drive to
the right laws, und several other
law:; are to be enforced today. The
police have warned autoists and oth
ers of the violation of these ordi
nances and the time limit of the warn
ing ls now passed. Arrests will be
made today of cases where the driv
er was warned yesterday.
At the last council meeting the
police were instructed to enforce s?v
irai ordinances rigidly and this is
going to b edone. The cut-out can
not be used on the city Btreets and
the drive to the right laws uro to
be enforced. These two ordinances
.viii be brought to bear on the auto
>wners of the city from this time on
with a renewed vigor, and fines will
take tlie place of the warnings which
have heretofore been given.
All dogs running a tlarge without
muzzles will be shot. The owners o?
these animals arc cautioned to keep
ihe dogs in the yards or have them
muzzled. The enforcement of this
ordinance has grown out of the fact
that several children have been bitten
uy dogs within the past few weeks.
'Dog days" are coming and of course
herc will be an occasional rabid dog.
Muzzle all of them and avoid trouble.
One other thing which the police
are anxious to have done is the num
bering of all cars in the city. There
are a number of autos which have
license tags which is badly broken,
part of tlie lettering dropped oe.
lome, have just a number scratched
m a piece of card board. To have
the number scratched With a pencil
m a piece of cardboard ls as much a
violation of the law as to have no
lumber at all. The law requires a
regulation slze tag and this ls the
only thing which ls to be used.
NAVIES REFEREE IN *
Judge Johnson Appointa Curran
E. Cooley to the Po
A referee lu bankruptcy has been
appointed for Anderson county by
Judge J. T. Johnson, recently ap
pointed Federal district Judge.
There is some difference of opinion
between Judge Johnson and Smith
in regard to this matter, as Judge
Smith is of the opinion that a referee
is not needed for Anderson county.
Judge Johnson has appointed Mr.
Jurran E. Cooley referee in Anderson
:ounty and Mr. Hnrry Hughes, of
Walhalla, referee for Oconee county.
Mr. Samuel Wolfe was the referee
for Anderson county bu upon becom
ing a member of the legislature he
resigned: All matters due to come
before the referee Of Anderson coun
' ty have gone to Greenville county and
this has been a great inconvenience
to Andersonians. People of both An
j derson and Oconee counties will wei
;or?i-. the two appointments.
The following order, with regard
to tho creation of the Anderson of
I flee and the appointment of . Mr.
Cooley, as referee was signed by
Judge Johnson in Greenville yester
"Whereas it appears to tho court
that the county of Anderson has no
referee In bankruptcy and that thc?
pub?'c interests reuIre a referee in
bankruptcy for Bald county, and
"Whereas the Anderson har has
petitioned this court for the appoint
ment of such referee and recommend
ed C. E. Cooley, one of the members
of said bar, as a suitable person for
"It Is therefore ordered that C. E.
Cooley, Esq., he and he ls hereby ap
pointed referee In bankruptcy .wit'.
Jurisdiction confined to tho county e!
Anderson, and with hts office located
In the city of Anderson.
(Argued) "Joseph T. Johnson,
"ll. S. District Judge.
"Greenville, S. C., May 17. 191R.**
CRISIS IMMINENT .
IN ENGLISH CABINET
London. May 18.-What seems to
be a cabinet crisis suddenly bas ap
peared. In Great Britain has arisen,
what looks tj the publie lige a rup
ture between the civilian head of the
.admiralty, Winston Spencer. Churchill,
land the lords of thc-admiralty,'par
ticularly Lord Fisher, the admiral of
tho fleet. "
As a result, the possibility of ma
terial changes tn the cabinet are
being discussed. All kinds of rumors
arc current; but tho fciinlsters are not
letting the real facta ont.
Early Morning Fire.
Pire at 1:30 this' morning totally
dc, troy ed a dwelling wit hall ep?
tente on Rast Franklin ntreet. oe
1 on ging to Mr. E. W. Brown,, and
occupied by Mr. luther Foyd. who
ts connected with the mattress fac
lt could not be ascertained how
much. If any insurance, was carried on
the house or lunching.
The origin of th? fire la unknown.
TO RENT, FURNISHED
(By Harmony Weller.)
(Copyright, 191G, by The McClure
rance had seen her many times
They lived in the same neighborhood
and patronized the same bookstalls
Ofen he bad let his eyes rest upor
her as she stood looking over the cur
rent magazines, and on one rare oe
ca s ion be had followed her into tin
elevated train and Journeyed aa far ar
Thirty-fourth street. She had left th?
train there, no doubt to shop. The re
maiuder of the dally trip to Recto,
street had seemed a sorry affair to
Vance had long ago made certain
that she was not a business girl in
the Btrict sense of the word. Other
wlBe he would bavo bad the Joy of
riding ouch morning in the elevated
with her. Vance would have seen to
that he caught the well-timed
For an habitually level-headed man
Vance had doue a rather senseleap
thing in falling in love with a girl
whom he had not the power to be
come acquainted with. At least that
power had not made itself manifest
nor had kindly fate come along tc
help him in his love affair.
Kindly fate did not enter the affair
until Vance had beeu gazing In silent
admiration for nearly three months at
the girl's alluring beauty.
One bright morning In early May
Vance noticed that as the girl stood in
the bookstall she had made the pur
chase of a sign, on which was printed
in bold letters "Room to Let."
For the first time since catching
Bight of her Vance followed her
stealthily home. *J>
When he had made sure of the
number of the more or less shabby
dwelling in which she lived. Vance
went back to the elevated station and
down to business. When he returned
from the office and made his way to
ward the address of the girl he saw
the sign in tbe window of a room that
seemed to be three flights up.
He mounted the brown stone steps
leading to the front door and was ad
mitted by a slatternly woman. Vance
hoped lt waa not the wonder-girl's
The woman vas neither polite nor
gracious, but told him there was one
rn the top floor. He could go up and
ree lt if he wanted to. With that she
shuffled off to the basement and left
Vance to find his way up those three
flights of stairs.
Once there he succeeded in gaining
his breath, then stood gazing at the
closed doora of four rooms.
After a second's thought he reasoned
ouc the room that had the sign ia lt
and knocked on tho door.
He drew a sharp breath when the
girl herself opened it. For a mcment
Bhe, too, waa nervously silent.
"This room," blurted Vance, sudden
ly. Hs to let-isn't Itt**
The girl found voice and command
o the situation first and opened the
door for him to enter. Vance did ao
and aaw a cozy room that waa ap
parently the den of a writer.
"My landlady la moat disagreeable,'.'
the girl told Vance, -and there was a
sparkle of mirth in her eyes. "I have
contracted for this room for a year
and she refuses to let me go until
September. If I can sublet lt-of
course, she cannot object,"
Vance heaved a alga of relief. The
vcnder-glrl waa in no way connected
with the awful person who bad let bim
into the house.
"1 haven't any furniture." he said
"I thought tho room would be fur
Oh-I do want to let lt furnished,'
she told him quickly. "You see '' she
added shyly, "I have been selling lots
of stories lately and can afford a f-JW
months at the sea. But," she sighed,
"I am-a prisoner in town so long as
this room, hangs on my hands." Her
eyes were looking softly into Vance's
own. The man wondered afterward
how he refrained from telling her at
their very first meeting Just how des
perately he loved, her and had loved
Her for three long months. He did
have *'je temerity to speak quite frank
ly and, looking with peculiar meaning
st. her, said:
"lt you will select a summer hotel
near enough for a city man to run
down to each week-end I will take
this room and consider myself a most
The wonaer-girl tried not to admit
the meaning In hts look, but a soft
color' creeping into her cheeks told
Vanee that she quite understood the
situation. He smiled and the girl
caught the smile and responded.
''My landlady ls the moat awful per-,
son you can imagine and I will want
my tarni ture In the autumn when I
return to town and you won't like so
many stairs to climb and-" she would
have said Blore in her nervous excite
ment had Vance not laughed aloud to
relieve the strain.
"I can stand anything," he told her.
"so long aa you permit mo your friend
ship duriug tho coming summer."
Vanes vatted a trifle L/eatblcasiy lor
The wonder-girl hesitated but ? sec
ond, then east a swift, adorable glance
"Only during the sumner? What
about the autumn?" abe questioned.
"I have a eery definite plan for the
autumn." Vance informed her.
Exp?rience will nr-ver open a cor?
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Llgon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Streot.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 380.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Stockley Building
Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
W. Whitner St
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT ft If ORTHERN BA1MYA?
Effective January 17th, 1015.
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No. 83. 10:00 a. m.
No. ?:?.11:40 a. ss.
No. 87.1:15 p. m.
Nr. 89...8:40 p. ra.
No. 41.COO p. nu
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No. 80.7.15 a. ra.
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Nu. 88 . 2:80 p. m.
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No. 42.8:10 p.
.C S. ALLEN,
AT G0L0BE0 SCHOOL
Medals Awarded for Beat Original
Orations on Subject Tem
The annual temperance oratorical
contest of the Roed street school held
yesterday was ono of the moat Inter
esting events in colored school cir
cles that has been hold In the city in
quite a while. A number of white
people, friends of the school, were In
Pour gold medals arc offered cs rh
year, two tn :he high school depart
ment and two In the primary d?part
aient, for the boy and the glrl*in each
department delivering tho best origi
nal oration on the subject of .em
In tho high school contest yester
day the medal? were awarded to Krina
Hope and Tah tage Lesly. In tbe pri
mary department tho medals wore
taken off by Alvin Gaillard and Al
berta Puller. ? \.
The exhibits of the industrial de
partment of ?he school were particu
larly interesting. There were exhl
itts tn broom making, sewing, domes
tic science, etc. A splendid dlr. er
waa served by the domestic science de
partment to several of the school trus
tees, and was greatly enjoyed.
IN BRITISH CABINET
(CONTINUED -VKOM PAOB ONE.)
however, continues all along the line
Violent German counter attacks are
said by the French war office today
ubar Ablaln is reported. French com
munications also says the' Germans
left 5^000 dead on the ground near
Veer canal, over which they attacked
tho aillos' linc.
London, "Way 18.-Secretary of War
Kitchener cold, the house'of lords to
lay that th? British and French gov
ernments felt that the alitast' troops
must be adequately protected against
poisonous gases by tho employment of
similar methods, and urged they re
move the unjustifiable advantage
which must otaerwiso exist tor the
snemy. Lord Kitchener also told the
lords th ?it he wanted 300,000 n*J???>'
Lame back Is usually duo to rheu
matism of the muscles of the hack.
?ard working people nra most likely
.o suffer from it Relief may toe had
QT nraeaaaJmt the back with Chamber
sin's Liniment two or three tunea a
ray. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.