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Published every morning except
Monday by The Andcruou Intelligen
cer itt 140 West Whltnor Street, An
ueri?on, S. G,
Published Tuesdaya and Friday?
L. Jaw- GLENN. .Editor and Manager.
Entered ns second-class matte)
Ap.dl-28, 1914, at tho poet office at
Anderson, South Carolina, under UM
A?!.' of March 3. 1879.
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. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, .1913.
^England, or Gorinapy rimy cop thu
pennant in tho Llura Le?guo.
Tho seat of war la to bo iranaforred
temporarily from Europe to Chicago.
'"[It's about timo for tho kaiser to
?fi?i&le" that' tho Lord is on his Bide.
;Plrst ihing jsou know Sp?rtohburg
will ..l?jbhvlhg a preparedness par
VNo, Percy, those aro not muohKoma
ypu. sin but politicians! ' earB bn tho
.H Now 'ffS;.tho time for all wise far
mem tb provide themselves with hall
. Writing paragraphs i? just like do
ing anything else-lt gets monotonous
; Tho fighting about Verdun ia call
bit, a. tattchory. You wouldn't calli
any battle u'pink tea, would you?
Tho catbirds must have oaten purl:
?jiar? of bur -farmer friend's cherries, j
fcs wo haven't seen any yot.
r^p|t?'Sritish and " the German ad
miralties ore now furiously engaged lu |
the battle: of truth against untruth.
.bibgonea would not havo wasted
:^jp?*?by;:..pee^g around a European
yar offico in his search for an honest
^a?.i.r..- ,? 1, ;
Now that Justice Brandeis has tak
en" Ma ?eat his enemies may prepare
?to eoe tho country speedily- gt&^to.
What bas heronib .bf the old fash*
.ioned young man who always sncnt
his evenings at hbn>f?' ^th' mother
i If Ka?fila capturesa te^.rapre Aua-!
triana her vast army will 'be kept busy j
xck at tho prlijon camps guarding j
TJu* Russians are. reported to have
fcaptnred ?3.000 ?riaone.ra on the first
day of their big-.'dr?Ve'r'" Russia' evl
,4iet?tiy. beli^vos Utat If you. ara going
; Ho ! tell ofte you might aa well tell ' a
. V r-?vn th* .wpy, ta. which Warehouse
?&>mi$SB^ declined ic
:<3c.b?fe Morehouse _ ?ubvilon with I
T^lF.piS? Jt?o" ; fbrn^ ^ouo?e?s ; ?
: '^lu??d- it >t?? beat: to be' hands off
UTILIZING WHAT WE W^tSTK
That gasoline, now a product whol
ly indispensable and the price ot
which is ut present higher than it hus
ever been, was once a byproduct in
the manufacturo of kerosine oil and
was ullowed tc go to waste either
by evaporation or by being turned
into thu rivers, will strike soma as
u fairy tale. But nevertheless, such
ls the truth of the matter, as mose
any engineer or chemist with oils will
It Is, however, a fact no strangor
thun another which even those of us
who aro not so very old easily recall.
And that ls that not many years ugo
cotton seed were considered a use
less byproduct In tho ginning of cot
ton and were allowed to gu waste.
In fact, u farmer taking t bale of
cotton to tho gin frequently went away
without tho seed, preferring to leave
them at the m;" than be bothered
with hauling them home. Great piles
of seed accumulated at the ginneries
and at Intervals there had to be a
tdeanlng up of the premises to got *'.o
discarded cotton see? out of tho way.
Usually thoy wefre hauled away to some
Abandoned field ao'' dumbed in thf*
gullies or else burned up. In some
cases, we hova heen informed, it wan
considered easier to move the ginnery
than thc pile of seed, so thc gin house
was transferred to another baso and
tho mountain of cotton seed left to
rot nuder ravages of the elements.
Cotton seed to day are mont valu
able, as every one knows, and the
producta derived from them are num
erous. JVfost any school boy or girl
can nomo a dozon or more products
which wo got from cotton seed, which
a few years ago was not oven used
for fertiliser and was thought good
for nothing whatever. It ls hard to
realize that such wonderful dlscovcr
orlCB could bc made within such a
short lime. Who can toll how long
it will bo before many of the things
that wo now ullbw to go to waste will
\d utilized for something. For in
staure; tlie ashen wo jtake front our
grates and furnaces ato now dumped
in the garbage cans to be hauled away.
10(mlnutes^walk. from the heart of its
crme forward with o, discovery thnt
Will make this waaia product valuable.
There are scores pf other things
about the nvrnge houso or manufac
turing estalrlinhraent that daily go to .
v.-.t.sto owniiuf nu uso has boen found
for them. We are naturally o. waste- I
iiil 'pcopli\ lp other countries, par
ticularly in-Europe, people aro much
moro thrifty than jive? ? Americana.
They find uso for a great many things
which wo allow .to go to wastej . . ^
Young men with a thoughtful tern
of m ii: ?I could, do no .better thnn di
rect their energies along the line of
discovering uses for th? many things
which, wasteful, extravagant Amor!- .
cabs throw away.
A SWIMMING POOL
Agitation for public swimming
poole ia growing by leaps and bounds
the eon ii try over. Incidentally, The
.Intelligencer was ono of the first pa
per's In thu section to call ott em ion
to this growing need. Of course, the
problem ls ? much mooted one, and for
may summers has been > peralstenly
djscuttKGd. ? But never before have
tito newspapers boen of such united
purpose , lp promoting thia movement
as.at this timo.
, AtlaUt* ' ha8 for many years given
mut'h uilontlon to the recreation prob
lem and has adopted tho swimming
poul o.a the. boat menns pf satisfaetpr
Hy handling the situation. The Geor
gia city now lias throb, and ns evidence
that they are heed wo submit the fol
lowing from The Atlanta Journal:
A total .of 1?2.G83 batters took ;
plunges'In the various city swim- .
v ming places during tho cightocn
days tho parka were open in
May, according to tho figures of
' Park Manager Cochran. Of tho
total 18,008 wore men and ...4,t35 ?
women. Piedmont Lekp '-enter
l-j&taed a total ot 18,107 bathers
? . 14,524 men and S,(i83 wpmoU. Mose- >
' ley Park, West End, pad. 2.S72.
and OE this number 2,316 were men : .<
and* 65d women. The total at
Maddox Park . reached -1,584,
made tip ot 1,228 mon r.nd 33d
Augusta lovers bf pporf. are now bei.
moaning tho fact; that they have nci
place to take a. plunge on hot.sum
mer ?aye, abd us an echo to their cryi
The Chronicle writes enthusiastically/
otJala need and urges that sorche bc*.
Hon bo taken at ?once. Fortunately, that
city has a natural laker hot more than
10 minutes walk from the heart of Ita
buDiness district and, as Tho Chronicle
suggests; an ideal bathing plac?s could
bli arranged at a flmall cost.
?|Wbile we ht?vf no definlto plan to
suggest, we believe Anderson needs
P^?j|mming pool at thia time more
any ctha- thjng In the recreation
Mi?; - and we or? anxious to Bet going
Just such ?.movement.
. 'While a lafge. percentage pf the
population of every city In the south
4?-'cttt. iC?? .durtaej tl?? *nmi?ttW jaeit?i?t?.
bf-'-lure pf the mountains and
^ashore, stilt hund^?s ot the*'? could
tin; hoi -ninth:; by providing adequate
and appropriate places of amunement.
Such a plan, we firmly believe, would
readily redound to the welfare of An
derson; would imporve the health of
our people; mako ?tronger boys and
girls, and mako this cdty a far moro
attractive place to Htay than oyen tho
mountains or seashore. It would
not only bind closer the home t?o
of Andersen folk, but would greatly
augment tho influx of Hummer visi
HUME DEI,l'I#?I> CITIZENS
Eighty-five self-styled Oennan
Amerlcan leadors, professing to speak
for all the German-Americans In the
country, mot in Chicago a few days
ago and adopted a platfonn intended
as Instruction and warning to the
political parties on the eve of their
They urged "a fereign policy which1
protects American lives and American
Interests with equal firmness." The
very mon mnklng thc demand have
been consplclous during tho pest year
In opposing our government's efforts
to "protect American lives and lnter-.j
They commended "evory official
which shows passionate attachment for
ono belligerent or Inveterate antipathy
for another." And thus they un-|
coiiBcclouBly condemned themselves;
for no other group of citizens either |
In office or In private life has shown
such "passionate attachment for one
belligerent" and "Invetorate antipathy
for another" as have the member? of
that Chicago conforonce.
They deplored "those utterances, I
voiced by officials, ex-officials and
other?., designated to crcato or tend
ing to create a divinion along racial
HnoB among our people." And thus
thoy deplored their own record; for
It ls they, above all others, who have
been guilty of "utterances tending to
croato a division along racial linc:;"
among the people of the United StateR.
. If this handful' of energetic and I
mistaken citizens could only see]
themselves ns ethers see themf Doubt
less thoy are honest, but certainly
they aro deluded. And not among
C'.olr delusions Is the belief that they
really represont the grat -body of
Ann-lean citizens of German origin.
Gaffney, Juno C- Magistrate Phil
lips ., wa? i.engaged Friday -ln"holding
a preliminary examination in tho cloe
of tho state vs. . J. F. Ucl ne, a drug
gist of " Blacksburg, who ls- charged
with Belling some kind of a in x.ture
which will emmo intoxication if in
dulged in to excc3a. Tho evidence in
the COBO was very weak, but the mag
istrate withheld his decision as to
whether or not he would bind the de
fendant over to court. Meine';-, friends
say that It ls purely and simply a
caw ot spite work; and that those
who aro behind tho prosecution know
that tho druggist bas not violated the
law. Tho caso attracted no little
WI ml ey Come? Home.
Charleston, June 6.-?The Hon.
Richard S. Wynley, member of'con
gress from the first Scnith Carolina
district, ls . in : Charleston for a briol
respite. He h?B qualified ?s'a can
didate for. renomination in the demo
cratic primary elections to be held J
lato In August,
. Mr] Whaley L-aid yesterday that he
was. glad of an opportunity to get to
Charleston. He finds it Imperative to
remain constantly > In Washington ,
since the democratic majority in the]
house is' not largo enough to permit
democratic members to bo absent
from tho balbi bf legislation. Tho
respite is due to the, approaching re
publican national convention to be
held In Chicago.
?Done?? Fiend Held.
Greenville, june n.-Hoyt Gamer,
the unfortunate "dope" fiend la still
at police t-jad'iuarters, where ho was
taken .Sunday ' afternoon. He ie
wanted In '"connect/on with minor
thefts committed In doctors' offices,
whore lm.-was seen loitering around.
The disposal . nf his case Is a matter
of perplexity. ; He said bo came hore
from Seneca. Tho recorder held tho
?se open yesterUay whop Garner
s brought before him... .
A Narrow Escape.
Charleston* June G.-'Two white,
mea; wore, picked.up. in.: Cooper river
Sat^dhy dight' about ir. o'clock ^by f
men- from the* Interned .steamer''Lie?
beutete after'^tttoir ealt boat had cap
sisecVand.they had been'in tho wate/
about an' hour and a h?lt, V
R. Nauae , of the ?ieh?atWs, wai
preparing to" tura in for the night,.
when he hearct a. distant cry fer help
repeated every few minutes, ile and]
other onTcors of tho sieaijnorembark*
od In a vower boat and ^ft?r a long
ae?c?h at'Hr??t l?cate?!the -capsixed
aw heat ; wl??i ene man clinging fe
tho sail end the other to the body of I
^e^Irio^t ih'? rO?gh sea that had cans- ?
ed the:bdftt to turn over and eauned
difficnlty hi effecting".'.SreMSfe^-'itti*!
two Wn were carried aboard the
steamer and given dry ciotl?ng. They
ijrsre * almost . completely exhausted t
Hm near the point of dtown-;
lng ;wW-;.j!?<*^it?P'f'VVJAttr'i:' they j
were bi?ugUt ashore.
; ; Sparta nburg, Juno 0.-The, e?r?
;mencemenf . 'exercises marking thSJ
close of ino ? ?2hd year at " Weirora I
college, were completed Ju tho col
lege chapel yesterday morning with!
the literary address by F)if. James
I. Vance, pastor'of the First Pneby
terlan church of Nashville, the award
ing ofr diplomas to' tho sixty-three j
graduates and tho ?OnfRpring of hon
orary degrees. The graduating class
thia year ia the largest In the history
of the Institution. V
New Trial For Bethune.
Columbia, Juno G.-The supreme!
court lu a decision by Chief 'Justice
Gery ye?terday granted ti now trial
to Wllllo bethune, the Clarendoa
county ne?'ro who was convicted ?ix j
years ago on the charge of murder
and nentenced to death. The cuao
ha? been before the supreme court
on H( vei'al occasions. The negro lout
hi? appeal when the case was carried
to tho United States supremo court.
Tho new trial has been granted on
the ground of after discovered evi
dence. Bethune ls alleged to havo j
killed G. B. .Mini.;, a well known
white farmer of Clarendon county.
"It ls tho Judgment ot this court
that the order bo reversed and tho
ci KS? remanded to tho circuit court
for'a nov, ii.'al," conclude? tho opin
ion. . f
Excitement in Gaffney.
Gaffney, JOno 6.-Considerable ex
citement was created hero Saturday
night about 11:30 o'clock wheo,
strange negro was discovered trying
to effect an entrance into tho Battery
bv romovlng a glaSB at tho bead o?
tne steps between the Battery and B.
Q; Clary's store on Frederick street.
In removing the gl?BS the negro al
lowed it to fall, causing a no fte that
lcd to bis discovery, following "which
ho ran out on tho street brandishing
a revolver. As ho did not firo lt In
ssupposed that tho 'weapon was not I
'oadod. Tho negro made hitJOBcape
but be left his cap and coat on tho
steps. In a pocket of the latter gar
ment a receipt bearing the name of j
Charlie Gray was/found. >
J. 8. ?7?iecler Resigns.
Nowberry, Juno^C.-Mr. J. S.
Wheeler has resigned as a member
of the county board; of education for
Newberry county. , : Prof. Bon M.
Sotzler ot Ponmrla' baa been ap
pointed on the bo.-; rd to vtake.? Mr.
Wheeler's place.'^Jprof. Metzler ls al
.cradunto of* Ndwbeihy college^vanjir'dj
teacher of experience and a good
business man and'will malto a. valu
able member of thc!county board. Hf
taught very successfully the Pomafla
high school tho past year.
INDIANS MAKE THEIR OWN DYES
They De, Not Feel iScarcity That ls
\.-f ./. Troubling; .-Mamifacturersio-p
(From the Seattle Post-lu tell Igen cor.)
j Manufacturers .all .over* tho coun
try ore complaining bf Che shortage!
of dyes-, but Chem, better known as j
.-Steve" an. Indian abd a manufae
tulmer of British Columbia, worri os
not. Chem goes calmly on, using the
dyes. >bat- bia .tribesmen,',' Clayquots,
have used1 jfor generations. ,
?Ho makes, his OWD dyes, and.
whether '.any more are/ 'over Imported;,
from Germany or whether American
eli em ir, tu solve tho secrets are alike
matters of supremo Indifference, to
him. SO. long as his kfittchman and
his tenas, or in Engllsji, bis wife and
daughter, retain their : jatrength he
wilt pose as a manufacturer, and
turn out the same mat s^'d basket
goods, having the same bright colors
'as tho utensils his forefathers used
as berry containers and cooking ves
sels when the foot of tho white man|
wa? foreign to these ^shoro^.
All tbe, spec'mens of the handi
work of - tho : Indian., women shine
fortb ic gay colors and all. colors are
obtained by the klutchmcn, accord
ing to the slmplo process known for
thousands of years. Tho Mack. : and
it is a black that will bot .fPde, ia
obtained by covering tho rushes,
grasses, br bark, with tho black mud
of the swamps, which gives a lasting
Jet equal, to any Imported dye:;, The,
red is ?obtained from the bark ot Gio
alder, pink from a weaker solution
pf the same bark, brown,comes from
the familiar tanbark, bf .the hemlock
arid yellow is bolled qui,bf tho root
of the Oregon grape;'; . \
TAKE $37 FROM VfC?T?M'S STOCK
Robbers Find tho Bei^Sitoryv of
George Anteuopdfee' Casa ?
(Chicago Baily News.)
George Antonopulos. 200.? Shefllold J
?avenue, a peddler, hld hts money I
when he left for tho market today, but
three robbers, who piepped, bim at
Bl ad kim wk and North Hoisted streets
found the biding place and escaped
With: 197, according to bis report tb
the Hudson t?enun pollas. Tho ped
dler told -, tbi pol leo that when he
left for tho market ho pbt.'i?? money
in his sock.
When tWo bf the robbers who point*
ed . revolver? at him and commanded
Mm tb climb off bia -\V?igon''search
his clothing they failed' tb'firitf
(boney.'' They consulted a thtiSjt\
wfco-was hiding behind e> tice, how
over,'and h* directed them to search*
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EAST CHICAGO ? FOB TRIPLETS;
Tbkd Set ia SU M?bth?, Bern *?V
- Bay. Excites gaWt^t?s^tt#; '
?Chicago Daij?yiftbw*. y
?EJast Chicago had .'pleasant vihing?
for Colv Roosevelt a3 he atproocncd
today. The third - set o? tripote., ib
Bfx montha was born la that City Jthis
moroi?p?^ .The mieb, ali girls,,
?T?TO '?i T ^ c?ocv''ac:owop^f?
John Blaz?y, an employ? Of tho Im<
teralate tr?n and SMel ?eomp?ny. All
are reportad strong and ^?ejthyi and
the mother** condlUb? ia ?ala tb -fi bf
Prices to fit your pocfietbool
Patterns to please your eye I
Styles to suit your figure I
And a guarantee iba? witt wii
coud. Tho -Blazeya have five other.)
; On the Btrength ot its chowing Rapt 1
Chicago claim:, tho triplet record of,
SALVATION ARMY SAVES
OLD PAPERS AND RAGS I
Atlanta Joins In Movement To|
... . . . ' . * - ?. , 1
Conserve Paper Supply
. Atlanta, June 6.-Au appeal from
the department of commerco of tko
United States has been- received by
the post?nico officials in- Atlanta urg
ing t if o people of the city ito save
till tho old rags and paper for uso tn
Oie big paper 'factories bf the conn-,
try.- ' The eoutblairit- ofipSptei' wMti?4?1
fai'turerft that they aro unable to -te
iiun. material \t.tlr which to'manu* -
facturo paper baa caused the de-j
?KI 11 UK nt to isauo tho public appeal,
lite appeal ls pasted in a conspicuous
p-a.!0 in the pcnoflci- building*.
% 'Tl c notice says -.hat the manufac
\A ers havo beih- forced to bring in
io service all the -dd, paper and raga
obtainable, on account of the pap?r
panie. Tho rags and old papers;
slates the notice,, are returned to tho
manufacturers to be made into phper
bags and other papers articles. Thu
nutlet- appealing for .the. saving of
paper and rags is signed by WU-;
tlam C. Redfield, secretary. of the
department of commerce
Tho Salvation army in Atlanta hat>
had a largo force for sometime-gath
ering up 'tiie old papers and rags.
The organization calls for Uie .. stuff
andi maker it .up Into bales, eohdlng
the bales off to mo manufacturers. It
ls- understood - that sevorai carloads
are shipped evory woak;.*'?>.? .'.'*<
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? LETTERS UNCALLED ^FOR *
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Following is tho Hst of lettorc- rbf|
waining uncalled for In the peat of
fice at Anderson, S. C., for'the woeTt
eliding Juno 7, 1910. Persona calling
for : these will pleaso gay that .they
wore advertised.. One cont duo on
all Advertised rontior.
. A-Anderson & Com., Mrs. Cath
erine ArnOld, G. B.'. Anderson.
B-rMrs. John" C. "Brown*.Mrs.
GraJKe Brewer^'F.. M Batley, ??rs;
. C-Alice Cook, ?Irs. L, R: Cleve
land, Lucile Cummings, 511*3 Paries
Clement^ C. K. Chatranti.'.
: Dr-Luther Deboso. . ?
; E- Gland El rod.
. P-A First. ',. .; .V...-'' 7 . Jv
vQ--Mary Gaillard, Emmet Glover,
M?ES aiaiy H. Guyton^ WY M. O^w^
ans, V. W. Gay:Isl?. ,:W?m8?
: ll--Sylvester Hawthorne, - Raymou
Harbin, L H. Jlarper, Jones Burton.
Jim HodgoWoo# MrB.yj. B.Harbin,
Edd Heard. Ben Hooper, Clarence
: J--Johnnie Jones.
; ; X--D. L.' Kimo, Ead King, john
/.-.M.-r-WW. . McCarthy/? _Jdrs.
Rosa McDowell, R., W ?McLeesV l&iv
ile McCoy, . MttUe Mornlck, mn.
Louis MeNscril. Bra. E. u\ - Mad
den, C. Al. .Massey. Daugfctrey "j
March, Mia. - Amanda Martin.- ' >? ?
'V; jrv~?rt?ey Parker, ?Jr - %#ps?i
*-:R-?Joe. RodgejrSjf Ro?. V^H?Ti??.
Mrei::-Hi?? K. Ragl?ndi \.-\
1 - B. Sharp, 9. I. Sho'fe. M.
L. Speed. * . c, .
. -,T-Birtt . Thompson,, David S.
V~MrSw VBessie Vicklry, Miss Car
TtoV Wilson, ?; O, Wilson. Jenn!*
iifsais. Afery Willl?ms.
> Y-Mts? : Rorer.ce Toons'.
?ces -tm Evans
We are not satisfied with "quality first" as
a guiding spirit, we go one better than that
and insist on more quality than price always.
TItat's always been the rule at this store
it explains why the name Evans suggests
best in everything men and boys wear.
Do you need a business suit that will insure
comfort in ti?? hot spell? We1-recommend
one of our light we?gm mohair suits at $10
or one of our light weight, worsteds or serg
es *?t $15 and $20.
There are other prices too should you wish
them. Palm Beaches and Tropical Cioths
at $5 to $12.50; worsteds, mixtures and
serge3 $10 to *25.
n your approv- And everything it wouid be proper to pro
prose your wearing fdr any purpose.
SPOT CASH Clor",f^
The Store with a Conscience
New Rule* of the Ladie s and Retiring President
Mrs/'Jpoeph Evans Cowies of Los
Angelesv.Cal., te- the new.-previklent .'
of'?tho Federation of Weldon's clubs,
??ho way elected by an ..overwhelming .
majority over Mro. Samuel B. ?neath
of-Ohio. Mrs. Oow?er., succeeds Mrs.
Percy ' v. " '. Penny hacker of To aas, who
hau. served two terms as president.
NEGROES ARE WOUNDED
IN RELIGIOUS ORGIES
Atlanta, June 6.-The Grady hbspt- .
*?l of Atlanta, which is maintained
by tho city and ,glve3 freo treatment
to persons unable to pay. hr.; been
crowded lately, in the negrO ward '
with colored men and w?inon injured
tu ToligiouB orgies inspired by* tho ?
?tdachlug pf Palmer Pe$s, a negro
evangelist, who spends half his time
in tho chdiugaug and half his tim?
.preaching hell fire nnd brimstone', .
and wh? never goes into tho pulpit
without-at least a quart of,.jyhl?ky on
"his .hip. He Is. gifted With n yCtc?
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