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FO MUSIC WILL BE OR
GANIZED IN NEAR
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Dr. A. Hosken Strick Has Had
Most Brilliant Career-Other
Important Changes Are
Hr. .Ti?liti 13. While yesterday an
iiuiuiccil r v" now inciK'bera o? th-. :
Amii '?ti college faculty for next
lo rill the vacancies caused by rosig- j
nation?. Hr. A. Hosken Strick, will
lie director of tho school of music
Miss Mary E. Goode for the school ol i
expression, .Mrs. Kinma ll. Secure ?
as head ot tho english department
and iady principal. Mm. Paul W.
Citaron as m?V.'on and muse and .Mr
Paul W. (Jil,lion us bookkeeper.
Dr. strhk's Career.
Dr. White has personal knowledge
of tho reputatt'on and olllclcncy ol |
Prof. t? trick. His career hi? been1
brilliant, and affective'. Ile is a prac
Heal success. lils present position
nt director of music at Quuchita col
lege. Arkadelphin, Ark., holds him
(.trungly but he has consented to come
to Anderson college as an opportunity
to organise tho Anderdon Conserva
tory of Mut-ic and to develop a great
ii..sleal Intercut lit tho city In con
nection willi Anderson college. Prof
Strick i? n gls'JUfiCo of Trinity col
lege, Louden, langland. H ls, m?sica:
?diicat'.on wa? directed under Georgi
Melting hi plano and under l?clnec ?
lu eonipo* It ion. Ila wa s th'j winner
ot tho Cipsn ;ill-K.ng'uncl piano cor
test as a very young niau. Kc-- a
year ho concertized with Mine. N?r
dica, abo Mme. Drooks, the Austral?
lau prima donna, also Mme. Benedict
.loues lu Ht. Parthoicniew's church In
Kow York City, ar.d Chis. Harrison, j
tho Aniei 'ean ...euc:-. One of the con
dition;1 ur Prof. Strlck's engagement
?with Anderson collcgo allow1 ; him
two weeks concert work each yeir
which, will I'.rov.! anadvertisement for
tho uollcgo. li? hat hui four ycnr.i
ns'iircfesaor und lecturer, plano, vole .
andi l?story <>f niusic, at K?ntn-lv?n\
Cortser.vutury, longland. Two South
ern collogu have had his serv.lcoa an 1
hu ls commended by both une Un ted ly.
Harlot' college, Tex., and Quuchita
college, Ark. Prof. Stitch will be di
rector cf .chorus choir lu tho Flr.it
Baptist church < i" this city.
.Minx Mary K, Comic.
For tho school of expr?salos and
physical culture, Dr. Whits -announces
M.Iss Mary hi. Qppde, well known In
Virgin'ti, Maryland and Ninth Caro
lina as a nie-niunlncnt woman in her
department. She ha? held a similar
position with tito Woman's College c?"
l?chiuoiut for tv .eral years. Car
ing the pa Ht year she ha? also been
lady principal of the Woman's Col
lege. Th? pofilhlllty of securing
Mtss Coode waa brought about through
the merging of the Woman's College
into Itichinoud College at West Hamp
Mrs. Finnin ll. Securer.
Announcement lu also made of the
. tnucf t.i attending tho effort to secure
Mm. Emma H. Scoarco as head of
tho school i>f Ehtglhvh und lady prin
cipal in Anderson college. Mr3.
Scca'ce is new in a similar position
with the (Central college of Alabama
at Tu:-calocsu. S3ho was elected two
year? ago by tho Anderson college
trustees to this position hut could not
?inen 'bo secured, lt la due to ber de
sire to bo near hor daughter, the
4n/l<lll llrtlijl? ; ?
,vuujr VT cv rv .
wm/y^'- . . lill '
Enough to convince. anyonfc -(j
wi iv of Kev. T. V. McCall I ol' CU ni
ton college, I hat she niiw coiiscillv to
leave thc i''Mitral college- of Alabama.
I. .-. White also aiiuoiilli >.... Mrs
t'itul w. (iibsiiii ni .Minna as matron
ai. i ntir>:- fur Ander en college, and
Mr. Paul W. (Gibson a's bookkeeper,
steward ami stenographer. Mr. elli
son wau 1? . Willie's pr?vale secretary
for l- ycart. Mr. mid Mrs. Clinton
?111 move lu Auder:..)!! June 1st.
OB. W?ELSS OH
FIRST TO COLUMBIA, THEN
TO ATLANTA AND TO
RETURNS APRIL 24
Will Preach to University of Chi
cago Students and Address
hr. John K. White, pastor of thu
First P>upt!s>*. church, leaves tills I
morning for Columbia where ho is to
maleo an address this evening ut thc
annual meeting of tile South Carolina!
Underwriters' assnclat'on. From C-i
lumbiu Ur. White goes to Atlanta,
On., wiiere he will ba thc honor guest|
n\ a banquet to be given ut the Pied
mont hotel, on Thur.Jay evening hy
tho Ten dab. Thia club is composed
cf 12 men, thc leaden; of var lott 3 prc
tendons In Atlanta.
From Atlanta Dr. White will gu U
V I cago, III., where he will pay h f.
a . limul visit to the University ul
Cl 'cago ns one of the University
pr--idlers, and where lie will also ad
t'r* L i the Sunday livening eluh. Ik
w .1 bo In Chfcago for abo:-, len days
. d will return tu Anderson .rn Min
?ly. Aiprll 24.
SOW UAH BETTER SHOW
lill! ut Palmetto Was ('hungrd Ycstvr.
Thc mnmvgemont of the Palmetto
staled lat-1 night that since the mutti
clan which was appearing the fir?t
part of the week did not seem to
pienso his patrons, bo had secured u
musical company for the remainder ot
tho week, mid thrt-t he felt sure those
who attended would ho more than
pleased with tho show. The tabloid
musical company ls said to he a good
one, and tho patrons of th? Palmetto
will bc glad that tho chango has booti
S KR VE SENTENCE HERE
IV. I,. Hubbard Plead (.'nilly to Illicit
Tho following from tho Greenville
Piedmont of yesterday is of interest:
tn the case of Joe Staswney, W. L.
Hubbard and Edgar Hubbard, chargod
with Illicit distilling, W. L. Hubbard
pleaded guilty and was sentenced tn
pay n. fino of $100 or servo ono month
In tho Anderson county Jail. Ho paid
the fiac. The trial of tho other two
defendants will probably come uu
lin. FRAZER'S LECTURE
Postponed From I-nst Saturday Hut
??III Ho ?hen.
Tho lecture by Dr. Fraser, entitled
"Tho Amorlcan Negro," which was to
have been given last Saturday at
Neal's Creek school house will be giv
en this coming Saturday night.
Miss Press to Speak.,
Misa Ceorglnla Fres sof Alexan
dria. Egypt, and a woman of distin
guished parentage who ts spending u
while in the United States preparing
herself for missionary work, will
speak this evening at priver meeting
cervleos In Central Presbyterian
All Hay Sloging.
There will be an all day singing
nt Flat Rock church in the'lower sec
tion of Plckens county on .the. fourth
Sunday In this month. Everybody is
invited to attend and carry well filled
Ti. A. i?.'KK?n, ?
.. - For Committee.
Murrhd Last Sight.
-Mr. J. Wade Anderson of tho Rob
erta section uud Miss Alma Hopkins
of Sandy Springs were married last
night by the Rev. J. O. Huggln, the
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t The f
B J. 8. DRAPER WAS
MANUFACTURER OF DRAPER
LOOMS HERE FOR FEW
Came to Anderson to Confer With
Mr. R. E. Ligon-Comes of
Mr. U. H. I Listo w Draper nt Hope I
dale. Alas:;., member and large stock- j
liol der ol* thc Draper Manufacturing
company, manufacturers of the fnin- '
MIK Draper looms, was n promineiii
visitor in Anderson yesterday, having
eenie hero to confer with Mr. Robert
10. Lig?n, ?i well known cotton mill
man of this city. Mr. Draper wa.
accompanied hy Mr. William Hayner
Mr. Uruner ls a son <.f Kx-Cover- j
ncr Draper of Massachusetts, who ?
now dead, anil comes from one ol* tin.
most prominent families of that st H tc.
both financially and intellectually. A .
is well known, the Draper loom has
worked wonders In the iiianiifactun
of cotton cloth, and is considered a
0U3 cf tlie most valuable inventions
In the cotton mill Industry today.
Mr. Draper left Anderson early yes
terday afternoon over thc interurban
FOR AHL MEET! 0
STATE UNDERWRITERS' *S
* SOCIATION MEETS CO
BANQUET TONIGHT j
In Hotel Jefferson-North Caro-j
lina and Augusto, Ga., Will
A number ut local insurer:.- nr ;
will go to Colnnitbia ?lils morning j
where they w ll attend the antin . j
meeting of the South Carolina Li'c
Underwriters' association "wh'ch coi.
venes carly this .?''.ernenn. Th'.
mooting ls to bc attended b yins;: .
ance men from :>M over thc'state ana
also hy thoso from North Carolina.
Augusta will also send a lar>;c dele
gation to Columbia today.
Mr. M. M. Mallison, fres'dunt ti
tho association, left yesterday iftrr
noon for Columbia. Among those wh>
will go to Columbia this morning will
ho Dr. John E. White, who will bs
the principal speaker at tho banquet
this evening which is to he lield in tho
THEDA BARA TODAY
In DrunintixntCon of "Lady And ley's
Secret," nt Bijou.
Theda Hara will he seen today ut
tho Bijou In ".Lady Audrey's Secret, *
thc following being a synopsis of tho
Lady Audley crumpfed np thc letter
her husband had given her tn read, lt
had como at last. After years of con
tentment and happiness, a ghost of
the past had arisen to destroy hot
Sovernl years before, she lind mar
ried the son of a wealthy father who
had disinherited his son for marrying
against his wishes. The young hus
band later went to Australia tn an at
tempt to make a fortune, leaving his
Alone, destitute sho accepted tho
proposal of Lord Audley, who did not
know that she had been married be
fore. Now after yoars of comparativo
happiness, her husband hands her n
note from his nephew, telling that ho
was bringing, with him the man who
had been her husband, -the man from
whom she had not heard for so long.
She sees her chanc? - for happiness
What should she do? What could
Apo tuiswer forms ono or thc mos-":
dramatic, climaxes evor thrown on tho
screen and affords Theda Bara, th<a
famous vampire woman, full scope for
her wonderful powers of dramatic and
Let tu make your Easter Soit.
V' ' *.; ;. ? .-'.o'
IS GOING R
SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE ABOUT
BEGIN CANVASS OF
ANXIOUS TO HAVE
If Nothing Unforseen Happens,
Actualy Work Will Probably
Begin in September or
"Tho subscriptions for thc railway
have hcci] practically completed,"
stated Mr. J. I.. Murphy last night
.'Approximately $110,000 has been, sub
seriLeil in Anderson and ?his morn
ing we will ask for subscriptions along
the romes from hore to the Havannah
river. When tho amount asked nf
Anderson county is completed and a
small amount raised at Commerce,
Ga., thia part of the work will be
t'nished. The proposition will then
be put up to Atlanta."
Mr. Miirphy is in the city to com
pleto tho subset iptions and will be
prosent this afternoon at .". o'clock at
an Important meeting of the railway
extent'JU committee of chamber ,.t
commerce, thc board of directors and
the canvassing committees. Mr. C.
A. Virgin, th" right of way man. is nV
so in tlie city. Mr. Virgin stated
that tito th;*ee surveys from the river
to Hartwell lind been completed and
that fredi there the engineers woultl
work on to Royston. Ile ls .securing
the righi t1 of way along all tho sur
veyed routes right behind the engi
"if everything works ont a-s planned
actual work on tho railway ought to
?turi in September or early October,"
stated Mr. Murphy. "Thc applica
tion for the construction company has
alrtvjdy boen granted, and tiie chc-ter
f.,.- the railway company wi!; be ap
plied fdr nos! week. Thc matter
will then be put before the railroad I
coi.,missioners of Georgia. ! s soon |
as the subscript! n?i arc f'ntshed t' ?.
proposition wi'! br- prescntcl to th?
"It is very Important that "tills bus
bus.- bo WU!:. I up as ?piickiy as po?
silii ?>, continued Mr. Murphy " M
lania will Se asked to subscribe $500.
??u?, hut this will i.ot stand in the way
at ?:!? since tho men behind inc pro
i?<;<:lirn are ahl- to underwrite this
amount if ihi.; Ix: nocessary. lt i.-.
important tba. thc business be close.,
i ince there is inure peace tplk overy
day and wi i thu there comes thc
1? ? b'lity of char ces to place large
li . ns in foreign countries. When
tho war closes, France. England. Ger
many and the oilier warring nations
will want money to rehabilitate their
manufacturing industries, and they
will bo willing to pqy good intcreslt.
lt the war should close, much of thc
surplus money would be taken out
of tito United States and very proba
bly tho money to build this railway
could not be obtained. However, it
nothing happens, the proposition will
go right (Straight through In my opin
Hm s cd H Ith Itou tes.
"Wo are' very much pleased with
the thrco routes which have been sur
veyed from Anderson to Che river, and
the engineers will have to go to the
offices and do u lot of calculating be
fore they will be able to say which
will bo the most feasible route. One
hos no bridges and ls a little longor,
another has bridges >? and is a little
shorter, and the third will probablj
have no bridges, might be a little long
er but will have a ibetter grade. It
will be some time before we know
Juet which rr.o:te will be selected.
"Several routes ore to be surveyed
from Hartwell to Royston, and so on
until Atlanta ls reached. Tho connu y
through there ts rough in. some places,
and lt will be necessary to have sev
eral routes surveyed."
Since -Anderson county has been
asked for Si 75.000 in subscriptions to
the first mortgage bonds, and $110,000
I ok' this amount lias been secured, there,
'remains $65;000 to be obtained. Mr.
I Murphy, is well pleased with the swb
! acriptlons in Anderson so for, and
I stated last n!jin that he felt sure
I that the people between ber?? ??nd
\ river would subscribo liberally.: Slr,
I-John MeOinre wit! gc rr .-th st?. Mur
phy this morning and introduce him
to the people along the routes.
?Trie meeting to* (be' heldr,"'thie after
noon in the.roemor the chamber ot
commerce at 5 o'clock is a very im
j portant one, and a full attendance is
requested and expected, both of the
members of the railway committee,
the ^directora ?nd -tba canvassing com?
BE IN JARD 3 RACE
OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED HIS
IS WELL KNOWN
Came to Anderson Four Years
Ago and Has Been Engaged
in Paint Business.
The Intelligencer th s morning car
ries an oflielal announcement f om
Mr. Ernest Dugan of his candidacy
for alderman from Ward :? in the first
city primary which ls to be heidi on
Tuesday. May 16. This ward is at
present represented by Mr. Charlie
Mr. Dugan is a native of Charles
ton and came to Anderson four years
ago to engage in the paint business
He is proprietor of tho Anderson
Faint & Color company and one of
Anderson's most thriving young busi
ness men. Coming to Anderson a
t-tranger, he has by his integrity, per
severance and strict attention to bus
iness, not. only become a leader in Ji'.s
line of i'ms'ness, but has also mudo
hundreds of friends and warm sup
porters. Doubtless he will make thc
raco in Ward ?, a close one.
We have Strawberry and Vanil
la Ice Cream today-Mono. Owl
City Candidates' Cards
FOK ALDERMAN? WARD 3
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for alderman from Ward 3, sub
ject to the rules of the city demo
cratic primary election. .
The most beautiful line of
ever shov/n in Audersoii.
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Arnold Daly as '
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