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Published every morning except
Monday by Tho Anderson lutelliRCu
ecr at HU West Whltuer Street, An
dersen, S. C.
HI : MIDWEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
Published Tuesdays and Fridays
L. M. GLENN_Ed I tor and Manager
Entered as Bccond-class matter
April ?S 1 Ml I. ut the j)ost ollico ut
Anderson, Smith Carolina, under the
Act of Mardi ::, 187'J.
ASSOCIATED Blt ESS DISPATCHES
SI USCHI 1'TION HATES
Six Months. 2. SO
Three Months. 1.23
The Intelligencer ls delivered by
carrier In the city.
Book at tho printed label on your
naper. The dnlo thereon shows when
the Hiibscrlption expires. .Notice dale
and label carefully, and If not correct
please notify us at once.
Subscribers desiring Dbe address of
their (Kilter changed, will please state
In their communication both the old
a nd new addresses.
T'? Insure prompt dollvery, com
plaints of non-delivery in thc city
of Anderson should be mude to the
Circulation Department before Da. m.
and a copy will be sent nt once.
Ail checks and drafts should bc
drawn to Thc Anderson Intelligencer.
Hates will he furnished ou applica
No tf advertising ddiscontinucd ex
cept on written order.
Tho Intelligencer will publish brie*]
mid rational letters on subjects of)
general liitcrcot when they are nc
jtnpanlcd by t'.io names and ad-1
cresses of the authors and are not of
r defamatory nature. Anonymous [
communications will nut be noticed.
Rejected manuscripts will not bo re
In order lo ?void delays on account
of personal absence, letterer to Tho |
Intelligencer inlcndod for publication
should not bo addressed to any indi-1
vidual connected with the paper, but
simply lo The Intelligencer.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916.
China seems to be getting ilcklo lu
her old age. .
The fish UK?! geta away is always
bigger than Ute one Hint la lauded.
Perhaps Teddy would like to have
, tl ai devil-bird repluce tho euglo ns
our national emblem.
Eur Villa's information, we can say
that Pn'clo Sum han just raited up lita j
sleeves for the light.
We're opppsod to any more conn-j
ties being formed, as lt give:; the map
. peddlers tutplhpr. excuse to com?
around. '.. .
If Ce nih lng doesn't succeed in find
ing Villa 'ne might, try a "want ad." in
The Intelligencer, provided he wants
to capture thc old rascal.
'Revenue ofllcera continue to cut up j
at Illa ov?r..ln..Cireenvillo county. First
thing - you;; know,?'Greenville county]
man w|U'huVe-no rights at all.
Tho Thaw divorce trial is being
hi ld behind closed doors. But it
wouldn't have been brought had Har
ry known bo wouldn't get tho u.,ual
imu'llcity out of it
'. (ion. Mackensen -went to Constanti
nople to present tho Sultan with tbe
baton of a Prussian field marshal.
Foi tho Turks' victories over the
A New York magistrate insists that
-"poker Isn't gambling-it's a gentle
man's gamo." Which socins to bo
. ?imply a now form of tho old argu
ment that "gambling ls a gentleman's |
.??New York ministers have con
demned tho "brutality" of the Wil
lard-Moran fight. And John L. Sulli
van- has counterede with tho retort
that tho only brutal Hiing about lt
was tho prices charged for seeing tho
. ' o
Whether Major General Leonard|
Wood Is a great soldier .'br not, he's
certainly a great publicity strategist I
And if congress doesn't burry up with]
its "uimy enlargement plan, the gen
eral will have so many private cl ti
sons drilling that congress caa atop|
talking ami goitonie;
TUE TWO.<?l AKTS Bl Mi
SOIII?- ol our contemporaries seem
to be worried because Governor Man
ning has not signed tho new whiskey
act passed by the legislature
We have had no intimation of t'au
governor's position in this matter.
Ho ia evidently giving the act serious
consideration us lt lias been held u|t
for more than a month ?Ince thu leg
islature adjourned, and whatever ac
tion he finally takes will be dictated
by a sincere desire to do what ls best
for the people 61 the atute. Wc have
no doubt of that.
Thu prohibitionists themselves are
divided on the wisdom of approving
this act, und it ls lo be doubled wheth
er lt will prove us pood an Instrument
of temperance as tho gullon-a-mont!:
law passed al the lill."? session. Th:
reduction o? tho amount each person
can order a month lo two.qunrts is ?.1!
right, hut a fatal defeat of the act
may be found In the liberal allowance
for beer-a barre! a month or a t|-i.irt
a day. Whiskey coull be shipped lu
te- the slate under the guise of beer,
and nobody would be the wiser un
less the officers made the discovery.
Here iles the great danger ol' the act.
and the danger ls- not altogether re
moved by the requirement that the
beer bo labeled as such.
A large majorilj of the people of
Soulh Carolina,If the vole of last
September is to he taken as an Ind ;x
or feeling, hus decreed thal prohibi
tion of the liquor traille Is the best
policy for the state to pursue. We
think the people voted right, uud for
that reason we want no stumhlin ;
block placed in tho path of the tem
por?neo c. nise iii South Carolina.
If Governor Manning vetoes the new
act, ho will get no censure from UH.
Wo arc inclined to think that he wi*.'
be doing thc proper (?lng .
lu tho press ot tho "state the ques
tion of abolishing the biennial coiinly
to- county camp*., tn has been rather
freely discussed, and opinion seems to
bo sharply divided on this issue.
Tho abuse ot the Soulh Carolina
primary system arises perhaps iron
! Its freedom from restrictions-a free
dom that ls absolutely democratic und
permits any man to enter the Huts
and como beforo tho people will a
I discussion of lils views. Our prl
I mary system is uniquo In thal il has
pructlcully no (restrictions on cu
tranco requirements. South Carolina
was ono of the pioneer states in in
augurating primary reform, und the
system, In spite of Its numerous
abuses, has worked generally in the
interest of the people. In most oth
er states a prospective candidate can
not get his nuuiu before tho voter?
unless be first gets an endorsement
from a small percentage of the elec
torate petitioning that his numo bc
carried on the ballot. Thero is merit
in ihi.'. providion, and in our state
annie reform of tho kind might servv*
to purga tho eloctlons of some of
their objectionable features.
Uut watever may bo the ben
course to p.irsuo in order to save the
primarj' system mid make it a means
of educating the public on vital issues
of the day, it would bc unwise this
year to make any change. In the
event that" the county-to-county can
vass ip' abolished at the May conven
tion of toe party, tho motives and
purposes of thoso whoso leadership
brought. about Uio chungo would be
mlscontrued and the matter would in
stantly become au acute issue of the
campaign. There would follow the
inevitable ?charge, given color if not
substance, that tho prevailing side or
faction did not caro to have a full
and free discussion of issues and,
therefore, desired to muddy tho wa
Tho May convention will do wisely
to stand pat on t'.'.c rules for tho pres
ent, and in another two years per
.haps, if the political atmosphere
clears and the vision of the people
is not dimmed by the pleas and ac
cusations ot designing men, a change
may be accomplished that will make
the primary a surer moans of elect
ing candidates of true and tried abili
ty and character than lt has proven
at times in recent years.
Hasty action now may work a
great deal of harm to tho stato. The
only safe rulo by w?Jch popular gov
ernment may always bu secured is lo
require candidates seeking ohlco to
come Into the, closest possible con
tact with tho voters, and this can be
done in no better way than by a pri
mary system with a minimum or.?re
strictions on em;ance requirements.
If the primary system ls being uHus
Od, and K\is,-thora should be a sen
sible remedy to o ur o lt of ita evita.
But when Abo doctor I? call od i n, we
had better make BUro first that ho I*
competent, to reach a correct diagdo
eU-'vf the patlent's complaint. ?
Scientific ?.?g raising throug i the
medium oi iKjy.s' dubs is adding much
io the supply of food products in Hilo
country, and tho department of agrl
culluro in doing a splendid work in
fostering mid encouraging ventures :>f
Last year, over in Georgia, three
boys Joined one of these ham-and-lw
con clubs. Each boy bought a blood
ed pig, and, discarding thc method ot
hog raising practiced by their neigh
bors, adopted the pians of t'.e depart
ment experts. AH a result tl.ey s"
cured gains in weight ut Just halt Iii?
cost obtained by their neighbors ?rito
bad years of experience to '.heir cr- -
tilt. This low cost in weight gains
was secured by making cooked K?ch
en watte a large item in the pig's
bill of fare and by planting a Hpet'bil
patch in cow peas and corn Into
which l :e animals were turned in Un
These ambitious (J cor g ia boys car
ried their scheme through, even to
slaughtering and marketing. They
disposed of the pigs hy way of imin
ufacluied lard, sausage, souse ?md
fresh cuts of meat. Tiieir avenige
profiti< were twenty-seven dollars on
each pig. an amount that ls not often
secured un an acre of cotton at much
greater ?abor and expense of produc
The war ha.s greatly increased ll:*
demand for food products of all kind.',,
and even at normal timen thc supply
lu this country appears to be falling
gradually below the demand. There is
a tine field for boys and young men
and for the older men as well-to tuite
up seriously the raising of blooded
hogs and thus obtain a more profit
able breed for tho market than ls of
fered In the scrubs that havVi too
largely supplied tho markets hereto
W .ile the animait-, may not multi
ply as rapidly as they did in lite "pis*
ls pigs" story, no ambitious l>oy on
tho farm need fear trying tito exper
iment. Ile will l>c doing a good thing
for himself and for his community to
help organize a pig club and then go
to It with might and main for re
THU NEXT PRESIDENT
The current Issue of Collier's, al
ways an ardent organ of the Roose
veltian type, tries to make out a case
for the mun from Oyster Hay by ar
guing* that bo is thc logical nominee ot
tho Republican party for president
this year. Tho exigencies of party
politics, under tho touch of a muster
hand, can bring about some wonder
ful transformation. A storm cloud
can bu turned wrong side out so as Lo
show a gorgeous silver lining, und
the meunest flower that grows can be
clothed In the lovely tints of the
Rr elt the logical candidate?
Vor [tun and forgiven perhaps ls his
betrayal of bis party at Chicago In
191% and party loyalty has always
been tro ahibboloih of the G. O. P.
At least, the party of Lincoln nnd
Grant and McKinley will have to con
veniently forget and forgive before
it can honor a man who disrupted Its*
ranks to gratify his selfish ambitloa.
And that, in our opinion, it is Just
'what they will do/ The cohesive pow
er of party spoils-tho hunger for the
loaves and fishes of patronage-will
solidify the discordant elements as
nothing clso can do. T.'idleal and
progressive, bosses and the bossed,
rich man and poor man and beggar
man-all will lay aside their differ
ences in tho desire to got back into
power, and strong shoulders will be
sent against tho wheels while hungry
mouths will -water as eiger eyes
catch tho vision of savory plums
Roosevelt, man of inconsistencies,
will bo tho Republican nominee. And
the savory plums will turn out to be
nothing more substantial than Dead
Sea fruit. And-the next president
of the United States will bail from
Ex>Clertryni?n In P'cturcs.
Church and stage have long strug
gled over Vc? question of "right nnd
wrong In thearlcals." There are thou
sands of clergymen who would rfht
1 arken tho door of a place of theatri
cal amusement; with them there oro
hundreds of ministers who attend
theatres1 frequently and hold a broad
er view of stage life. 'Pago upon
[Mtge. Tunning probably into thousands
>f pages, r-.avo been written upon thc
discussion of various subjects ap
plying to tho general topic of "Church
There is at hand ac example of uno
ministers' views upon the'subject.
Doubtless there ero other instances
by the nccrc- but Edwards* Davis,' who
ls Mary Fuller's leading man in "The
Strength of the Weak." the Bluebird
Photoplay- that comes to the Dijon
theatre on Monday quit the ministry
to become an actor.
And Edward -Davis is a clergy cx
sfflclo to the entire theatrical profes
sion. .When he ia playing In a city nt
a., timo nthen death afflicts a fellow
professional, ?Mr. Davis ls'asked to
trod his manly - amt strengthening
BUYS HALF INTEREST
IN MUSICAL COMPANY
A. M. Pinkaton Will Stage Uh
Show Here During Week
Mr. A. M. Pinkston yesterday ?si
uounccd thal :o had bought half in
tercut in Wattage and PtuohY, Musi
cal (Comedy company and that iii'!
would he the show pre&entod here un
der canvass during the week ol tit-'
<'lauron encampment'.' which will bu
dining lite week of April J I. this mat
ter having been practically decide:!
The Wallace and l??uC?i company
has 20 people, including a bant!
and the name '?as for a long time
stood for the neat in Hie circuit."
where tin- show hus been presented.
The show will be si:.?fd in Ander
son under canvass for thc lir-t
time, having heretofore played hi
Metres, hut during thc rest of thc
:.jason will !).' shown under canvas;
Many people of t ic city have lniuv.'i
for some time that Mr. Pin kilt a? WM
contemplating purchasing Interest ii',
a company and will be pleased to
learn something more delinitc. Ti.':
booking ofllce tor thc show will be in
WENT TO JAIL
TO GET DIRTY
A negro's attachment to a dirty,
.ure.isy pack of cards was clearly de
monstrated yesterday when a mem
ber of the dunky tribe called, at cite
county Ji?l and asked that he 1?:
allowed lo call upon ono ol' the in
mates, jailor Williams questioned
the neuro closely as to what io wart
ed, and soon secured tho admission
that a pack nf cards in thc posi:?:;
jtion of the "Jailbird." which th?
caller stated belonged to him. was th'
purpose of thc 'dalt. Ile said lie liv
ed in WilHtuuston, and being i"
town today thought In? would com? U
tho jail and get l.is curds, which hi
'wouldn't take untiling fer."
Ho didn't, get the cards: and. Iv
addition to that tim jailer "shamed'
him severely forAttempting to ,tak<
away a prlsoner'a only means ol
amusement. No doubt tho prisonei
plays col taire, and waxes qui ti
dreamily reminiscent as ho penni's
himself to retrospect, going hack *i
tho many "skin" games,.he .has , in
dulged In, and the many big pots ?it
won or (ame no, close to winning
Incidentally, the pjan behind the ban
with the cards, ?SjSuon to bc electro
cutcd. "If he's gwfn'nn he clektrum
outed ho won't riced no cards, any
how," tile negro tjoy Bald as ho lei
j Hot Water Ec
Puts Roses i
To look one's best and feel ono'<
best hi to enjoy au Inside bath ,eacl
morning to flush from the system th'
previous day's waste, sour fermenta
tions and poisonous toxins before lt ls
absorbed into the blood. Just'as coal
when lt burns, loaves behind a" cor
tain amount of incombustible mute
'?rial in tito form of ashes, so thc foot]
and drink taken eich day leaves i
tho alimentary ?rgano a certain
amount of indigestible' ? material,
which. 'If not.eliminated, forms toxins
and poisons which aro then suckc.J
into the blood through tho very duct?
which aro Intended to suck Jn onlj
nourishment, to sustain thc body, i
.If you want' tb soe, the, .', glow ol
healthy bloom in your cheeks,. .jp soc
your akin g<*t clearer and cleafor
you are t*>ld to drink every morning
upon arising, a glass of li ot w.n. toi
with a teaspoonful, of limestone, phos
phate in it. which is'u harmless mcam
ot washing the waste material .am
toxin? "from the stomach, liver, kid
neys and : howelov thus,, (cleapis^ng?
sweetening and purifying tho cutir'
comfort ? to tba bereaved; ho s pea lit
words ot cheer at tho side-of tiu
casket and reads poems of comforting
grace as parts of such, tnneral? ser
vices, that are not entirely orthodox.
Here is one clergyman wCio Uves lc
reality with and tor the stage-and
Its people 1 ^ t -.. ? iv;
By a .strange circumstance he plavt
the hateful role of-tho betrayer of a
young girl tn "The St'r?nght of th?
Our $20 suits are good thin
Nothing will give way. Thc
in good shape and keep thei
In patterns, colors and fabr
DATES FOR BIRTH OF '
NATION ABE CHANGED
Will Come to Anderson One
Week Earlier-Begins on
April 22-Three Day3
>. Manager Trowbridge of Tile Aii
" derson .staled yesterday that the
; dates for The itirih of a Nation had
* hecn changed from May 21), ::0 and :>1,
.?to May 22, 2:! and 21. one week ear
; lier. TbJ.-ec evening performances
. and two matinees will be given.
; Anderson people are. glad that
they will have the opportunity ol
- seeing this wonderful ph.'.nre and
- also that thc dater; ibu ve been chang*
t ed so that the attraction will bi
' herc one week oarlier.
* alimentary tract, neiore putting mon
, food into the stomach.
, Girls and women with sallow skins
liver spots, pimples or pallid conr
* plexion, al <o those who wako up wHS
> a coated tongue, bad taste, na.u
, breath, others who are bothered witt
. headaches, bilious spells', acid atom
. ach or constipation should begin this
I [mos ph at od hot-wator drinking atti
i are assured of very pronounced re
results in ono or two weeks.
A quarter-pound of iimcst?m
; phosphate costs vory little at th?
1 drug store, but is sui?eioat to de
> monstrato that Just as ^oap and hoi
t water cloanscs, purines and freshen!
Ihb skin on the outside, so hot wa
f tor and limestone phosphate act .or
i the inside organs. Wo must alwa\t
, consider fiat internal sanitation ii
. vastly moro important than outside
P cleanliness, because the skin - porec
- do not absorb impurities Into thc
i blood, while tho bowel pores do,
l Women who desire to enhance th?
- beauty of their complexion, should
Just.try this for a weeek and notice
J results.-Advertisement. : v\
s Weak"-a role that 1? as for removed
? from his natural breeding, education
' and inherent character as pole ls re
moved from pole. But Mr. Davis le
i an actor in the extreme realisation ol
I hut colling, aad he plays the distaste
ful part witt? perfect fidelity, makinn
i the character a dominan* factor In
i the unfolding;'and solution of a won?
! derful moral problem.
trong Ties !
gs to tie up to.
ty will hold you
r own shape,
ics a big varie
You men who are in the habit of paying
more for your suits Utan $20 should be
slow to pass up these B-O-E at that price.
When you turn up your nose at these suits
at that price you turn your pocket-book
down. . .... , " j,., UM 4mmM*
They're the fit, fabric and feeling that you
demand in a sv.it, with a guarantee that they
stay there. , . v;-:.tr? FWM HW
The fabrics are above your expectations in
Other BO-E suits, p>od as your money,
$10 to $25.
The Store with a Conscience
The One Best Habit
Have you acquired it?
Peoples Bank of Anderson
LEK 0. J10LLEMAN, PRESIDENT
E. P. Vnndlvcr, "Vico Tres. I). O. Browne, Cashier,
ll. II. Watkins, Vice Pres. T. ti. Banister, Asst. Cashier.
? ; i
We offer; until sbkl, 8 beautiful new Taf
feta Silk Suits, just opened up1--$30.00
$35.00 and $37.50_values- , .
Your choice for . . j r ^f|?^ ?
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