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ESTAI) LI ?ll KU I860.
Published every morning ezcopt
Monday by Tho Audcrson Intelligen
cer at 140 West Wbitner Street, An
derson, S. C.
. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
Published Tuestluys and Fridays
L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager
;: I2::V?rc', TS K?eond-class matter
April 28, 1914, ut tho post office at
Anderson, South Carolina, under the
Act of March 3, 187?.
ASSOCIATED PRESS DlbPATCHES
Three Months. 1.25
The Intelligencer is delivered by
carriers in tho city
' Look at tho printed label on your
naper. The dato thorcon shows when
tao subscription expires. Notlco date
and label carefully, and if not correct
please notify us pt once,
fj Subscribers desiring tho addroBS ot
their papnr changed, will pienso state
tn their communication both tho old
and new addresses:
/ V To insure prompt dollvery, com
plaints of non-delivery in tho city
ot Anderson should bo made to the
Circulation Department before 9 a. m.
i sud a copy-will be sent at once.
All checks and drafts should bo
draWn to Tho Anderson Intelligencer.
Rates will be furnished on applica
No tf advertising discontinued ex
cept on written order.
The Intelligencer will publish brlof
and mti?ucl letters on subjects ot
general interest whoo, they aro P.C
iccmpanlcd by. the names and ad
dresses of the authors and'are not of
Ki defamatory nature. Anonymous
cOmmunicaUons will not bo noticed.
Rejected manuscripts will not bo re
Tn ordor to avoid delays on1 account
o? personal absence, letters to The
Intelligencer. Intended for publication
Would not be addressed' to any Indi
vidual connected , with tho paper, hut
simply to Tho Intelligencer.
FRIDAY? DECEMBER 24, 1916.
About timo to haul out tho old Now
Tyar resolutions and '? warm them
J??or?L\.: " .;:.^^E^?^^0^
<.; Germany's - war- debt has. reached
ten billion dollars.. But what is that
compared to tho cost In human lives.
Tho conqueror of Liege has sur
rendered to, tho-great conqueror that
will eventually get us all,
..'.'Thia- io the lUKt chunco for thc boy.s,
in Europe to ?ot out of the trenches.
. --o--~ ; ;
i. f Wonder if von papen and Boy-Ed
eyer .hoard Sot;: that Yankee .' slang
- word: ''flred." ' : .'';.; .
" '" . '. -o
; '?Shortago of German toys this year
t;a|cms to hayo made no inroads on tho
amount of Christinas shopping.
. The abandonment of Gallipot will
pu down in British history os one of
th? moat strategic moves of the war.
; "Courage More Important Than a
Bank Account." Maybe so, but a
comfortahlft Ei?cd bank roll can make
onorfe?l plagued courageous.
Come, to think about It, a cut-glass
bottle o^ guBoilno would make a dandy
Christmas present for your friend
who owns ?a aut?ntobll?.
\/ ?'.Vo? .
udgt?g ?rony'whvt we-have lamped
the expross bfhtoe. - wo would ?d
Yli^ unpack all tho
mn.B?itii^f <jn hand and ?tack ; it
o.ronnd tho fountain ; for '..post?
istmas u?cj l^^^^^^^^^^^^s
ia' v'Eur^i^an '. correspondents
C?ulda't^make old ' Pratcia - Joseph out
l^d.'so turned their attention to
. l??vphardt, . but that . eminent lady
Ig^ns 0 w? in ????? ?rjsi of health de
?ftt; reporta that aho. Was dyin^.
'One who nae ?ot three and seven
in children/'is a,-, failure:};.''*?'
??tsic member of society,''.' saya , an
ira college professor, Now, 'fesa
"hRve/you, Sir, or Madam, your
three arid sayon-tentha? .. V
, ;NowMd?? Episcopal church ? eST
ta?5?isUinK a oceaSon fund, for iuo;r%
.';?rcmeat'.of; ali ministers cn liait pay
at the age of ??, If thia preacher,
ion b?Sin??^- .ch?unacsV^lhejpaii
"ENEMIES Ot THE O'Eli ?IAN
lt hus - remained for thc Gurman
government to give extreme partisans
in America sound advice which their
own new upa pi; rs and leaders in thia
country ought tu have given them
A recent statement from JJerlin to
(he American public tells active pro
Gormans what the majority of Ame ri'
?.ans have known for many months
that violent efforts in behalf of the
Fatherland only defeut their own
Tlio German government in thin
statement "docs most emphatically
declaro to Germans abroad? to Q .r
man-Amerlcan citizens in the United
Statu;, to the American people, all
ollho, that whoever la guilty of con
duct tending to associate its cause
with lawlessness of thought, sugges
tion or deed against Ufo. property or
crder in tho Unlt&d States is in fuel
an enemy of that very cause and a
Bourco of embarrassment to the Ger
man government, notwithstanding
auythlug bc or they may believe to
The sincerity of Germany's dis
claimer of ail responsibility for of
fensive propaganda and acts of vio
lence in this country need not be dis
cussed nt present. Legal procedure
now under way will soon show what
connection, if any, Berlin has with the
conspiracies and crimes for which
eighty Germau partisans, some aliens
nnd others American citizens, are now
under arrest in tho United States. The
point is that, whether the activities
in question were inspired from Ber
lin or not, they were foolish In in
tent and execution, doing Germany in
calculably moro harm in a moral
censa than could be compensated by
any incidental material gain through
interfering with the allies' war sup
There is no question that legitimate
advocacy of the German cause has
coffered grievously. in the United
Slate? because of these plots and pro
paganda. The American public has
boen driven to such indignation that
Germany bas not had a fair bearing.
Thero is no question, oltlier, that
German-Americans as a class have
suffered undeservedly from tho mis
guided zeal of a few propagandists
and fewer criminals. Tboro har, never
been any good reason why Gcrman
AraerlcaniBm should be associated
with criminality. . And yot many Ger
man leaders, and particularly the
.Gcrman-dunguage . newspapers, which
assume.to Bpeak for nur Gorman cltl
.ri?na?'.UiLyn an unlfiirmlv nuraynd JI
policy ot condonom?nt of crime and
denunciation of things American that
they hayo fostered this misconcep
tion nnd fastened an undeserved taint
cn their own pcpplo.
Now tho repudiation by Germany of
tho policy .'which theao leaders and
organ ti ' have openly or . covertly en
couraged leaves them aa high and dry
as Germany's back-down In tho sub
marine warfare loft them, altar they
had stubbornly maintained tho prin
cipie of sea-murder and defended the
SENATORIAL SUI HTS AND PANT?
. L-'?' .
Tho sartorial question in its rela
tion to statesmanship ls brought to
the j;?e by Senator Lawrence Y.
Sharman of Illinois. Tho two Bona
tora from that ?tate represent op
posite extremes " in . dress. . Senator
James Hamilton Lewis, as thc. 'world
knows, is the fashion plate of the nu
lion's capital, and a source of per
petual inspiration and pride to his be
loved Chicago. As for Senator Sher
man-well, here aro the facts; evory
moa may site the.senator up for hira
Severs! months ago Senator Sher
man's campaign manager, W. S
Rosanfeld, inveigled him Into a Wash
ington tailor's Bhop. had tho .doon
locked and then -stood guard "While
tho senator was forcibly measured fot
a dr?BS ault .', ?p far, so good, thu
It appears that the senator neve!
wore tho suit.
The other day .Mr. Roscnfeld mad?
another.';.:ait?^-.'-...He Bent jSenatoi
Sheinian a letter from a Cook coun
ty constituent, characterising .'':'ilr
Sherman's 1 disregard bf fashion. Sb ;i
slanderous- aud criminal mlsrepre
s?nihtlon of the great .-state ot HU
nola. $*r;Rosenfold also added vlg
! ?rous comments, of his own. Where
?upon the senator: wrote a reply fron
which the?? excerpts are,taken:
'T am sorry to mako;my frtenda si
??ch trouble. I >siil try to have rn:
; infusers pressed at suitable Intervals
(Say three or four months apart,
j shall hereaf ter ; endeavor to chang'
my shirt av^ . time the moon quar
i tars,- . ':',!7'o' 0- ' .j "_' v.;:/!:
"jlut. so far as . the pattern is con
cerned. I noyer pay any attention t<
it. A shirt ls ? shirt. When X fin.
ft shirt, that is tho riaht humber,
hny it: ^ ; ...
"Mont of my clothes ore selected
thc same way. It is an exceedingly
simple system. It enables me to suve
considerable time which I can uno to
oti-er purpose. I
"So far as wearing a black cutaway
coat with striped trouser? is concern
ed, kindly put that in storage, ulong
with tho silk hat. I positively de- '
"Moreover, ! am confirmed in my
course of life by my colleague, Sena
tor Lewis. What hope Is there of
competing with him in bia ward
robe? So I very contentedly resign j
all claims to wearing npparei. Sen
ator Lewis keeps tho gossips guessing
so much of tho time that they never ?
notice me, and this ls a very happy
arrangement for both of us.
"I will keep the bag out of the
knees of my punts and not let my
brains get baggy any more than i can
help. Thc lutter, I suspect, is prob-,
ably thc main thing, ofter all, al
though Washington shows signs of it*
very Bcldoin." ;
The public probably has the same
suspicion. And even Illinois, if it
were perfectly honest, would doubt
less confess to a secret admiration of
Senator (Sherman's attitude.
Abraham Lincoln, who also was
from Illinois, would have scorned
even to have his trousers pressed.
And there isn't any question that,
whether it's a case of statesmen or of
ordinary human beings, the average
American pr?fets the baggy-trouBerB
type to the Beau Brummel.
Col. Henry Watterson, the famous
editor of the Louisville Courlor-Jour
nnl, was asked on bis golden wedding
anniversary what the secvet of mar
ital happiness ls. And he replied:
"There's no secret about it. .Mrs.
Watterson has always let me alone,
and I have let her alono. When she
saw I needed help she asked me how
she could aid me, and did lt. When
Bho was not exactly satlsfled about,
anything, 1 just asked her If I could
help her. . That s all."
This doesn't cover tho wholo
ground, by any means, but it prob
ably contains the essential recipe for
matrimonial success. Tho divorce
courts show that domestic felicity is
likely to bo duo to one of these two
Either ono partner tries to inter-,
fere too much with the other's . free
dom, or else one ia too indifferent to
tho other, Either may be fatal.
Tho Watterson.'f?-oily, app?rently,
:\as reived the problem by finding the
IH1UUIV (S. U UM v.. wwnw . .- ??-" V^'!:11.
every celf-rcapocllng man or woman
wants and needs-freedom to preserve
his or her own Individuality, living
his or her own lifo so far aa marital
partnership permite. But this mutual
freedom. has npt - been indifference.
While each bas gone his or hor own
way, each has always known tb at the
other. stubiA ready for, Instant sym
pathy and holp In case of ncod.
. COI: Watterson could make a fine
editorial out of that if he wanted to.
A L I 'N
o' D OPE
Weather ForecSat-Fair Friday;
Saturday party cloudy, probably rain
light to moderate variable winds.
Somebody got in a hurry to-cele
brate .the cording of Christmas Inst
night and exploded n large firecracker
on McDuffle street just behind the
husiness district. Nearly , all of the
local police, tMnk'lng that someone
had run amuck-and were Bhcotlag .i?p
the town, ran down there to soe what
had happened, but after Searching for
a long time, they decided that tho
noise came from a ?i rec racker and
not a pistol.
. Tho Topsy Turvey..giris ^v'?h?:^si
murito were; greeted by one 'of the
largest fudtpnece of tho week loot
Bight; The show wis very, geed land
ono of ti?e. numbers was so popular
thfct/after seven encores had been
ylvcn, ike tnauaBCi announced that it
wes ,impossible ?sr them lo. keep, that '
up alt night ainca they had something
eise to do; :
vThs; Wewm?a ; Musical company,
ploying ai -tho Anderson' this week,
will change biilf.'.again today, pro
ser ?lng "The Walters Bnion.'V This
ct?ipany ; is . attracting;;touch V
jMon by tba shows which ?re teing
A five piece orchestra will
muatc at the Rose rilli dance ca;Mo
day night, Bbhhl? Webb having
sehfod.: yesterday -to ?ti':- the : Vtrooir
bono. \^?'j%fi. P'
Mr. W. II. Osborne lina been ap
pointed chairman for Anderson coun
ty by tho executive committee of thc
( olumbla convention of tho Laymen's
missionary movement. A statewide
movement is going <m with the pur
pose of securing the largest possible
attendance of the laymen of nil tho
churches of tho various denomina
tions at the convention which will be
held lin Columbia, February G-'J.
As a result ofI bel nf; called to Hel
ton yesterday morniiu; at 2:30, Sheriff
Ashley discovered that (Jeorge Wash
ington, a negro, had been seriously
wounded by Clove Fair, another no
gro. Fair escaped and his where*
about are unknown. The cause of
thc shooting ls unknown.
If you have not bought that Christ
mas present, you had better get it
this morning. As announced several
days asjo, the stores <??;d nearly n.U of
the business houses will be closed
tomorrow and Monday. Business has
been good for the past few dayB,
Monday being one.or the best days of
the seasons. Clerks have been busy,
and they will be about as happy as
the children when tonight comes.
Take off your bats
To Adam Tipe,
For He invented
The first pipe;
Our bows we save
For Noah Wirt,
For ?B ho gave
Tho See-moro skirt.
Off comes our hat
Thougt thoughts may rankle,
To the modisto that
Fut watch- on ankle.
We make our bow
Just where we ought
, To the guy who said:
Make dress skirts short.
-Memphis Commercial Appeal.
Off comes our lid
To Lucinda Crews
She wears furs
On top of her shoes.
-Wo ff ord. College Journal.
. We ll doff our top
To Mary Ann quick,
Who with such, graco
Sports a little, stick.
The county treasurer's office and
all others in the" court house will be
closed Saturday, and Monday. They
will be opened again on Tuesday and
all of then will remain open today.
Special Christmas., telegram blanks j
naya been delievercd to patrons in the
cl'.y by the. local Wostern Union of
f,ce. In the notice enclosed -with ^e
blanks it is stated that telegrams, of
Christmas greetings will bo dellever
<id to the receiver on the sam? kind
. . . ." '.' '
Hard to Do Tour Own Thinking.
Mea boast that they aro not influ
enced-thoy claim to do their, own'
thinking. Just how many make good
the boast wo do not know, but we do
know that the number: ls not- large.
Perhaps .ln nothing do wa deceive our
selves .more than when we imagine
that we are doing bar own thinking1
just now regarding the problems: that
confront the country'In tho program
Every ; loyal American <ovos his.
country abd wants the best thing done
in order to safeguard its.future.;Many
abhor war and in a slight way realise
its terrors. They read of our unpre
paredness and they favor a program
that will guarantee Our national eafe
ty. Agata they -read of tho havoc be
ing: wrought by moder? warfare and
they cannot : believe that sort of thing ?
ls right And it is here that it ls herd
to do one's own thinking. The spell
binders fret In their work. What, the
United States needs is' a sauo program
cf preparedness that Asdl? not run into
v.ilitarlsm but will place the country
iii position to meet any emergency
until the time come? for all nations
to disarm, if . that happy day shall
?]~"jT b'c?b t?i?i. w?mu'~-.'T??j CO??':"?S?V
csa bo' made out'.-showing the utter
defenselessness ot the United States
stirs the blood of the most optimistic
peace advocate, yet there are' ?. few
things that may be saW: In fayor bf
our ability to,take cara or ibe conn
try. However, the .. Reporter ah?dl
stand for the president's program un
til, we are nh own that -there ls rsome
thing else .that may be ?one that wlli
meet the needs bf the hour In a .better
way. ' . ;.. ;..: "-??'.>'..' ; > v
;;?;?:. :T?w Better of the Two.,
[ly. worse ths?? the man who believes
dl??noMbunt. We' do .not quos
Mfen .tho heart throbs of eVciier, but
so far os the mind goes tho former
ts - ? greater bmndorcr than the lat
ter, land' for the simple 'reason tltat
bc would *all upon tho government to
make expenditure whleh would be
thrown away, when thb Jatter would
cave the country mohay. .sven if the
country got Us face smssheu, Juet
lian 'would happen in the casa ot tn
imi.iv.iu.ii MWV??..-^?..?.?*.--.- ? .*~*? ** c
This store offs
Men's and Your
Boys' Suits an
coats #3 to $12
Men's -Hats in i
kinds, to please $
Caps. ., . . . .2'
Canes. . .
Suit Cases. .. . .$1.00
Pajamas. . . .$1.00 to
Bath Robes. .. .$3.00
NEW POLITICAL PARTY
Englishman Opposed to Coalition GOT.
ernment .Non In Control.
London. Dec. 23.-A movement to
ward forming a nBw political party
known OB tho national Taos been Ini
tiated by Slr Arthur Markham with
the object, BO his critics assert, of
opposing the present coalition gov
ernment. In the leadership ot tho
new party are associated tho' names
of-tho principal discontents in parlia
ment, ind!;*ding Slr ? Edward Carbon.
Lord Charles 'Beresford and Sir Hen
ry Datziel. But tljo announcement
seems to have been made before tho
plans of tho founders .were ripe, and
no Berlous support has been given to
tho movement by any section of the
press, while most of tho papers are
.trying to kill lt with ridicule. There
was also on effort to laugh,it out or
parliament. . .
A letter /rom Markham, which. , is
taken sa a .manifesto of tho new par
ty, has appeared In one of'tho.leading
v \/; i -- \ . T 111 \ ' ? J . ; j >i i O* LOudOw.: . ?' V?O
[definite constructive policy is worked
out, but a great deal of fault has
been a strong critic of the government
yet ho bas made no speeches f:at
havo. been widely quoted or comment
ed,upon. He is a coal and iron mag^
na^e and, while representing a liberal
constituency, ho ia popularly con
sidered the. loader of tb o big business
element.1 As far tho other discon
tents, Carson is known- as -a. fighter bf
forceful personality, but ho is an ad
vocate -rather titan a?'originator and
he was not th? t?s.-, organizer of
Ulster res?stanos during the home
rule campaign. Dalri?l ls a severe
critic, but one of the papers points
out t?at In blaming- tba government
tex Its mistakes he always .displays
' The Holiday Sea
What present can J
Why not a daily r
an endless source pf ii
Think of your ar.
per like Thc Inteilig
have such a daily Visit
The Daily ar?
postpaid, to a
foif & rnosifjw
:; If this interests y<
inform them that t?ie:
ist Hour Sho]
irs a wonderful oj
;ance to gift seekei
fullest stocks from
lg Men's Men's am
d Over- Men's Sh
7" . 4 Shirts, M
he right Eclipse ai
52 to $5. to $3.50.
25c to 50c Gloves.....
. .25c pair Handkerchief
k Sc $5.50 Silk Handkei
,10c to 50c Hose.......
. i . .$1.50 Holenroof St
0 io $5.00 Silk Socks .
) to $15.00 Cuff Batt- ia
1 to $15.00 Shirt Studs..
$2.50 suit Stick Pins. .
I to $10.00 Shirts. .....
.25c to $1 Collars.... 1
?pen Tonihgt Until Midnight.
The Store with a (
Beraford has the namo of being a reds
his wisdom after the event. Lord j
?hot partisan of whatever cause he ox- j
pouses' rather than a cool, analytical
Some other discontents in the house
of.commons, mainly- liberals, are men
tioned In connection wita the move
ment as woll aa the- extreme UlBter
Hcs and the conscrlpttonista. In the
upper house, Lord Milner, Lord Wil
loughby do Broke and .Lord Middleton
are said to be connected with-it..
So far as it has a definite platform,'
the now party may be said to advo
cate conscription, protection,- anti-1
h onie ru lo and '."no deposition of Mr.
Asquith as premier.
Uritluh Aviator? Must Give Battle
"The Eriteh- army manual for air- j
men makes very interesting 'reading,"
says Merle Crow?ll. in the January ]
American Magasins. "Perhaps in
these two selected paragraphs Hos ?
clue \6' tho 'cause of British aeria; ]
'.It must^ bo borne In mind that
greater determination to fip;*U on
every opportunity will rapidly gain
? moral ascendancy which will large'
ly contribute' to obtaining command
of tho air.......
"Bv^ry effort will bo made to at
tain Eapbrlority . in tho air as-early
as. possible, ?nd lt should never bc
forgotto nthat even . ono aeroplane
may succeed In obtaining ^informa-1
tlon of tbe utmost value. Heneo af
ter a'series of victories in tho;air.
ajay of ; tho opposing aircraft that
leave tho ground must bo relentlessly |
.pursued and destroyed, until com
pl?te command of the air is obtained,
whilo after defeat all aircraft capable
of . fixing -should continue to TCcon- j
noltre at all costa.' ?
son is ,i??r?.' The pet
' make my .friend?
emindef o?;your f riendshi
nd Semiweekly 1
^formation and entertainr
?uainta-wv?es ^vho would :
ericer. : What ? delight it
or, brimful of what is goii
I Seim-We?l?ly ?nte?lige;
tny addrere - in the United
f 75c^Semi-?W-e?jk3y one
DU and you subscribe for
^ are to receive The InU
which jo make
i Young Men's
> $-10 to $20.
oes in siioerior
nd B-O-E 50c
.25c th $3.50
.10c io $1.00
.50c *cj$l pair
, .... .25c U]$l pair
.25} to 50c
.25c 2> $1.50
.50c K $3.50
5c each, $u50 box
Hostile D> American Meat.
.Brisbane. AiBtralia, Dec. 23.-Leg
islation hos.ti; ? to Amerlcaa, meat in
terests in" Qi ;ensland is Bald to be
part of the ia mediate program of fae '
.labor party tb it has come Into power.
A bill ii> noir before the Queenalaad
parliament ? ving ?tho government
power to apji oprlate packing plants j
in the state Sid extinguish tho own
er's rights 11tho7t ccanpensation. -
There has at sen , ?ame suspicion of
German Inter* sta concerned In some ?
of the American meat companies
operating in Queensland. Hie as
-alstaat minister for justice declared
that Chicago&ackera were not oj?T
supplying Germany with meat hw
.had "actually] threatened to starvo -
Great Britarn] If the meat was not
permitted to go to Germany.
I* ul,'ic Hangings.
Quincy had ii public banging last
Friday, and w? trust lt will be' the .
iaBt. During Ibo lost - legislature an
effort was mule by the different
HheriffB' nf marilin- headsdby oar own
Sheriff Gregory] to have an appropria
tion made for the purchase of an elec
tric chair with the view of having all
condemned .criminals transported . to
iome central point' and . electrocuted
privately. A bill waa Introduced, but
like many goo?. hills, it failed to pass.
If every membar of the state legisla
ture wore forced/ oncb',_ to witness - a
publio hanging^we bet the bill would
pass in a hurry.-Qunlcy Times.
If the colonel'wanta war, can think
ot nothing but ?ar, cati write of noth
ing but war, h? should go to Europe
and Jump into , the middle of li Sure
ly there is enough of it over there to
suit .his ' superheated fancy,--North
p and generosity
appreciate a newspa
#puld be to ttiem to
i^pn in tl^e ^vor?d! ,
your friends, v" we wiii
?lligencer " v^ith your
?|">*I 'I W'IIIWII? rn?.