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ANDERSON COLLEGE WILL
CLOSE ITS FOURTH
KN ITS HISTORY
Concert Thia Evening-Two Sar?
mona On Sunday By Dr. Mc
0 Lean-Pr?sentation Diplo
mas On Monday Night
The fourth annual commencement
oxer?lHos of Anderson college beglnB
this evening with the commence
ment concert and will continue
through Monday evening, when (ho
diplomas will ?bo delivered to the
graduates, numbering moro this year
than evor- before. Tho concert will
begin thl? evening in the college
auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. A pro
gram ls published elsewhere in this
Issue. ' . .^--r.v/.i- -.'.??"'.?l
Saturday Hlgti*. \v;\
Ono of the, most pleasing affairs
of tho commencement as far as tts
seniors are concerned will -be the
IK nm not to be given tomorrow even
ing In the Hotel Chtyuola. The class
sponsor, Miss S-'ranathsn, will chap
eron the young ladles.
Fro^raW ?or Sunday.
On ; Sunday morning the exorcises
v.-ill bo held In the First Baptist
church. The exercises wore held
there last year and the church wes
filled with people.
Tho following le the program tor
Cunday morning: . >
. Hymn-No. 83.
Tho Heavens Aro Tolling-Haydn,
. Jleadl'ng of.scripture.
Av? M arl a-Mar che ttl.
Offertory-Morning Mood (Peer
. < Serm?n-Dr. Phillip 'J. McLean;
Aiken, S. C.
Hymn-^No. 18. 1
. introduction to Les Kuguanoto-r
Myorbeor. . ;
Miss Sarati E. Btranathau, dtroc
. tor of'chorus.
Mrs. Horbort ll. Harri?, organist*
.. Dr.; McLean comes from Aiken,
where ho la pastor of tho Pirat Bap
tist church. Ho ia a very entertain?
lng Bpcakor and is Tocoghisicd as ona
of tho leading Baptist rnlnistore ia
At this aervlce tho" trustcoB, tho
members of tho faculty and all of
tho students? of tho, college will meet
lu tho Phllathe? room'at tho church
and will mOvo into tho auditorium ia
Again on Sunday evening tho ex*
o?'irh?'h will he hold In tho First Hap
tlst church. At thla time tho trus
tees, faculty, . students and ministers
of the city will again gather In tbs
Phllathoa room and march Into th?
ehur?h in a body.
The following is tho program for
? Sunday evenings T v. ; . -
-\ March Triumphale-Meyerbeer. .. .
^:.:-- ;Harfc'Hark;:My :.
- Prayer. ' : - ' .' - im
Venita-Powere; . ?
Puadtax of scripture.
I Walled for tha Lord-i-MondeU
: eoohn, .
Sermon: Dr. Phillip J. McLoan,
Aiken, 8. C.
: H'yir.n-No; 238.
!U:,W??':Mr$fr K. Strah?than, direc
tor\?f chores. t
r? Mra. Herbert H? Harris; ' organist.
. Monday Afternoon.
, A new feature to tho commence
meht exercise* this year will bo the
Sanier Claas day exercises wWeh .wlll
hs'held In front ot the ?oollego on the
; .c?mjftt?u on Monday: afternoon ot 4:20
o'clock^ Thoro will bo a delay chain
prticosa,ih composed of tba junlort
and aeiilbrPi' the ehstih being made
!: jtVifti. ??>?y?<?yii*?w? ??ti .1 ^UiUMj^mmmmmv^*
by the Bophomorce. In addition to
this there will be tho reading of tho
class history, class prophecy and tho
class will. At tho same Mme the
Hcnlors will prcBent tholr gift to thc
college, it being a cuatom that-each
class givo something to the Inatltu-I
tion. Just what this will bo, ia not |
yet known. /
Presentation ot Diplomes.
Tho t.'nal exorcises will bo heidi
oh Monday evening in tho college au
ditorium when the diplomas will be j
picsentcd to the graduates. Tho ad
dress to the graduating CIBBB will be
mado by Dr. W .T. Ellis of Swarth
more, Penn. Dr.- Ellis is the man
who writes the syndicated letter on
the Sunday Behool lesson for every
week, these being printed In num
erous papers over tho country. An
derson college le fortunate In secur-|
lng him and many people aro an
xious to hear him.
' After Dr. Eilis's address andi
music by the glee club, Capt. II. H.
Watkins, chairman of tho board oil
trustees, will present the diplomas ]
to the following graduatos:
The bachelor ot ar-ta will be con
ferred on the following; M lent-. Ruth
Anderson, Helen Burrlsa, Nolle
Dur mc ott, Nell o Gentry, Louise
Henry, Nelle Martin, Zulleno Masters,
Lou Nello McGee, Ethel Norris,
Sarah Prince, Izetta Pruitt, Maggie
Shirley, Catherine Sullivan, karon
Traynham, Eula Mao Turbovllle,
The bachelor of music degree will j
bo conferred on Minn Marguerite |
Henry and a diploma In homo econo
mics will bo given Miss Polic?a
Noxt .on the program will be the I
awarding of a medal offered by the
Cateechee chapter, D. A. lt., for the
best essay on "The Partisan Leaders]
of South Carolina.". The modal will
be presented by Dr. 4Ja*.t P. KInard.
president, who has been selected by |
, Dr. KInard will then call on Dr.
John' E. White, president-elect; who
will then make a few remarks.
'; . The commencement exorcises wUl
come toa close when tho ' chorus
Binga "Alma Mater," the word:; .and
muslo of which were written and de
dicated to the college by Mrs. Luta
B. Sullivan, and which waa
iormolly accepted by the stu
dents in chapel, at which time a
committee waa appointed to thank
Mrc Sullivan for the song.
The claaa graduating at tho col-1
lege this year ia the ftrat to. pass
through the four yoe is of the course. [
Nearly everyone of the members en
tered four yovrs ago.
There will bo a number of out-of
to wu vin I torn In the city for, the
commencement exercises, a number
ot whom will he entertained at the
Twejvo Girls From This County |
A largo number of ?ndor&on coun
ty people -/..went. t^/'&obk Hill thia
week to attend tho annual commence
ment .exerciaes of Winthrop college,
jwher? 150 giris received tholr diplo
mas, twelve, ot; them ^Ihg from thia
county. Some of the visitors ^who
hays -1 returned .-? were ,"? very much
pl caned with tho exercises end oro
high in their praise ."of Winthrop col
:.The giris, from this county who
graduated, thia, year are: Miss
La^uy Mar ahull and Mba Lou Ellen
Llgon of the city; Miss Cara Dunlap,
Miss.' Lola Qtiwttway; Mles ; Evaleen
Brown and Miss Marie Mitchell,- of
Hones Path; Mlaa Annie- Lee Bogga
and Misa Lula Evana, ot Pendleton;
Mica 'Nan. Pannell, and MIB? Leia
Watkins, Belton; Miss Kathleen Haw
kin?, Starr; nh(l Mlt?s Lucite Duck
worth,'Wi ?lp melon.
Maple N?t Cfeanv-^?omet??hiR
new, also S?rawberry, at th? Owl
i ?t^r - sn tHa. week ^fetnoi:,
'ou must see thea* geoda t* *mpw
: j-' ^ m^M?C
?r spoons ".".... ... .
Ladles, .;. >..Jt;W:t??i;;
ie i^^uslt?am Sterling Silver;
pst and Only Motic
TELLS OF CONDITIONS
FOUND lil THE NORTH
MR. ALBERT S. FARMER HAS
RETURNED FROM TWO
MILL IS NOT SOLDI
Denies Current Report That Coli
ne ros s Twine Mill Had
.Mr. Albert ' Farmer yesterday af
ternoon returned from Atlantic City
where he hod spent most of tho time
for the past two weeks and upon hil
[\rrlv;il denied the current report
that the ConneroBS Twine mill bad
"I think that must have been an j
ocho of something which happened
about two montbB ago." stated Mr.
Fernier, ?I do not know how else1
lu could have otarted.
"Things, are certainly on the boom
in the north/'' continued Mr. Farmer.
"I have never yet seen so much
money being Bpent and so many peo
ple. Gpo nd I nc it. At Atlantic. City
there aro now as many people as I
usually f(nd July 15. the .mlddia of
tae" season, md then lt is at its
height. Tb? hotels aire filled and
reservations have to be made weeks
in advaneo. I asked one of the hotels
about accommodations In July and
was told that it I wanted roomB I
had better make reservations now.
"There is going to bo a great re
s' Ion in the north when this] war
I? 'rope stops. The people . up
tht?? are macing money faster than
they know what to do with lt and tho
laboring people aro receiving es
pecially good ' wagee. However, the
managements, of various enterprises
up there told mo that the laborers
would not bo satisfied with wages
paid even when material advances
were niven. There ls, .I'm afraid,
geing to be serious labor problema'
to solve-in the north when the war
does como to a close.
"The theatres In New York are
staying open longer thia season than
ever before/- added Mr. Farmer.
i"Thle. provea that money ls plentiful
and that the people are spending it.
A il HE
WILL HAVE TO ft?VE SPEC
I ALLY DESIGNED W??
ONS ATTER JULY|^'
SPECIF $CAT I ONS
Have Been Received And At P*e*
ent Efforts Being Made to
^ ..-.', ' f
Beglnnlra pi^ July 1. ror as soon
thereafter: hs possible the^clty \?\r
ter carrie's i? .?ndorson will have
Hpecinlly. desl/jned: wanotiK -to make
del ive clea in, this ?being-o r?olue&i at
the pps^omce department in . Washing
ton. The tipeelticaUbns .have been
sont ^ t^'e local.office and at pres
ent .'tbe postmaster Ie trying tp se
cure tee wakens., -, This uniformity
ot wagon.? will -'edd.'much-.'to-, the
opp>ara?c? ot the.citydelivery. .
it ts aise pos?ibte that .thoxittBtflle
tlQ? of ibese new wagoe! wtit dis
trae p$ tho parcel, post wagon, sf??f
it RCflms that thia Ia one or tho main
objects of the department in having
?hese??,farriers.. jnu^'-.-ftk^. -:i?B?(?'".'" - "
?. .:>|!" ..??; " . '
Of Work Of ?? Domett
. Art Ai CoUese Tt?? Mtcr
gg? non From 3 to B
. Thia afternoon from kl to S Vcj.oc*
there wi? be an. exhtbty'-^tfe tfoffi
done br the ci**? ift ' ic^ste art at
Ud^rt^cH? a?e 7nvUod?U
'^:T^^i^&^U^^}i^^a4?i the di
rection of 'Miss Lee and it 1? said that
the exhblt this, afternoon will be a
moat Interesting ono. -
llMittaljtV 111 ft??>ni?i i'm
III i,iif\ic: 'Timwu.
?HER ME?HODS ?0
REGISTRARS OF VITAL STA
TISTICS MUST BE MORE
? '' ' ?
By F. Blair Crayton Calling At
tention to Requirement?
of Ute Law
Tho attention .01 physicians, mid
wives and undertakers is called to
the self-explanatory letter which has
been recel vied by Mr. P. Blair Cray
ton, registrar of vital statistics for
this community.. '
.Tho registration -for the first four
months of thin year has -fallen M ar
short of the samb period iii 1915.
This should not be for there can be
no valid reason for Jt. Aa a matter
of fact, after sixteen months of the
law tho people should bo so familiar
with its conditions, that the returns
for this year should show a decided
Increase over last.
Heretofore, I have dealt leniently
with delinquents, but 1 find that they
do not appreciate the mild means I
have employed in endeavoring to
bring them tb a sense, of their duty
and I am now perforce, obliged to
uso harsher methods. I wish you to
publish widely in your territory that
any undertaker or person acting as
isuch, who does not comply with . the
law or any doctor or midwife who :
fails to report a birth attended by
them, will be prosecuted. When you
report, a violation of the law be pos
itivo of your facts and be prepared
to prove your case in court 'I-want
conviction for any 'case not proved
will injure the law 'and prevent ila
strict observance. '.
We have been admitted, into tue
registration area ? $4 '' tho ; Un1 ted
States for 1910; This speaks elo
quently for tho work dono hy the
registrara for "last year, but if wo
do not keep lip to the standard es
tablished, we. will bo dropped- dnd lt
wo fall down on the Job tho legisla
ture will, rightly think we aro not
worthy of an appropriation and may
repeal the law. As &' copy of every
certificate will now be sent to Wash
ington, I ncr,' of you1 to seo that ail
questions "thereon ofe: correctly an
Please make an extra effort to get.
a record of all doaths and births riot
reported for the paat?Tour montha
and send'certificates' In 'to, thia office,
and ondea vor to send in. tv complete
?M*y report promptly-on the tenth of
June and .greatiy^obllgo, .
Yours very truly^ .
Jas. A. Hayno, M. D.,
' j State ^glatrar.
?U?? Department Vosco in ?n?er
tn?nt College At Bristol,
H ? :
Tho may friends '?"f-MUa . Sarah
E. ; Strapathan will .;he;y pleased to
knoyv .ih?t ehe has. nccer tedman ex
cellent, .position, Umt b?f head of the
department pf volco ; ?at, ona of the
best collegoa.for women in tea tout h,
Interment college, ai; Bristol, , Va.
Mis;? Strannthan come to. ^inderse^
college when U w#jbpi?at? ??bur
y??r? aW and during. $at.thne tho
/genuine . qualities of her chara?M^
arid the excellence of\h?r/.work aa ?
''t??eher, have endeared .#r to both
lhe students and the" people of the.
. The oxceilont glap,dr ?inb etta
chorea, both of waka have given
ocveral publteV/per?oTrii?nces, #or?
trained by 'Mfa* Straf?thap. ?>? - .
: The department of voice at tho col*
Iw.ejwealways bean bao ot .. tho
i mrM popular featured-c* the icfrtttui
j tlan. During the p&ieftt year i. the
1 ? itssp
nd?r Water. In ?
Here Ate I
-and each still retires!
MADAM;-Here is an oppori
at well worth while C?sh savi?
stocks of regular size wool su
intended to sell for much morj
garments are arriving, and r
eral reduction of prices/ ' ?
Choose from Navy blues, ;
Checks, and Black,.' Almos!
melt away at. $ i 2.75.
f!EOPS ARE ?R?W?NC5
Hornee Says Farmer? Outfit to
Be VTcll P?eaBCd.
. "I haye traveled over tho C. & W.
Q. railway ne?r? Starr and' Tva a good
deal for thc past few days hud the
cotton and., corn .are certainly grow
ing" stated Mr. L. E. Norryce . yes
terday , VAU tr?ste c?jton seed which
did hot como up at first haye how
como upi'cin'd,all the f?rmere have ?
splendid stand. If ?casons aro good,
I. do not think they 'will.haya to,wur
ry about ihb l?t? Start this season.?
AU day slaging ht Wolcome church
t?oar Denver, n'oxt Sunday, Juno 4.
All singers aro Invited, to>' come abd
'% Tho Public ls Invited io ? come and
Dev u?ou??! y-and pr int Inp d?no by ar
tist: Most beautiful-'work guaranteed
nt' all tltuea. . Satisfaction or no
charges. "'. . ^--h rttV-. . v
enveloping-, 4?Dc. p?? 'Ma? - Vii Mfe$$?
l'r.'st?ig'? Prihts, 3 : 1-4x3 ??4, ';?ei
9 1-2x4 M, 4c; 3 l-4x& ?r2, Cc;
qutbk delivery. S?fld ona film to 'Ufa*
??fe^rvlce, , Agonfa : Wanted. j.
MBPSflja f30 V 8i^n^r^\s,ii.
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ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915.