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TO THE RESCUE
Will Aid n> Getting the Textile
Night Class to Clemson Col
leg? Next Saturday
(From Thursday's Daily.?
P. M. Burnett, secretary o? tue An
derson Y. M. C. A. said last nljtht
that W. L. Drlssey had certainly
com? lo the resi n, o? the mill boys in
splendid style and thal h<* appreciated
Mr. llrissey's assistance, us do * .
members of the textile school.
The plana for taking tl.fe night
school to Clemson college Saturduy,
have been underway for over a mont:)
and Mr. Burnett had no Idea tliut be
would meet with any difficulty in se
curing eonugh automobiles to carry
the Ides! people over to the inst it utton,
but when lie went to work to get
tbs promise of curs, be wus dlsapoinr.
ed time after time and soon found thai
he was not going to have half ehtfftjgh
cars to carry the ir.o.young .tuen plan
ning to make thc trip.
When Mr. Briasey learned of this
statu of affair* he straightway volun
teered to lend hi? enormous Packard
automobile truck truck for the occa
sion and as a result it will bo pos
sible to make the trip on that ma
chine This has solved Mr. Burnett'*;*
irrblem und thus everything in nr
t.itjj i; :.'i r i"o journey.
Tito baseball game between Clem
son und Auburn will be a great event
and the mill boys are looking forward
to ili?i with much plertKure. Again,
tito college ls to entertain the party
at tea und this will be a pleasant o -
easton. The entire trip will be quita
an outing for the night Behool an J
they will remember it for u long time
Outward Indications Point lo the Fart
to tile Delight cf All Parties.
Atlanta, May 18,-According to th"
whispers in the city hall, innocent ?
"spooning" lo to be encouraged this
Spring In tho city parks and the stony |
hcsri?u p??ccmeti win) r -i'd to he
cupid'.", worst enemy may now Income
bis steadfast allies.
Sweethearts, who heretofore, have
been afraid to hold one another's hand
?von, while seated In the park on the
moonlight nights because of the fear
that a cop would loom up on the
scone, may now bo' permitted to Bit
ant biii and coo unmolested-enjoying
indeed tho protection of tho city fa
It has been pointed out to thc coun
cil und the park board that in many
instances young women who have lots
of brothers and sisters and who live
in small houses or flats, have practi
cally no other opportunity to see' thdir
HWeethearts alone except that afford
ed by the parks, and that to Interfere
with love's young dreams would de
stroy all the romance of life for many
couples who if encouraged will become
husbands and wives, good fathers and
Hir?t?RY DUT ONCE
Militant Suifs Tone Down After One
London, May W.-Notwithstanding
that militant sufrfagettes seldom serve
tnoro than ? few days of their sent
?...*..ea before belng;rel.>ased as a result,
o? hunger and thirst strikes, the offi
ciels of the Home Office are thoroughly
iiatlsfied with the working ot the "Cat
and Mouse" act. This was designed to
deal with these hunger strikers and
under its pr'soners caa bo. released
t oro po rR ri ly but in the find must acrvc.
their full term of imprisonment.
Almost every suffragette who goes
to prison goc-? eui hunger strike und
t:? speedily released, for the (Jovern
ment ls determined that the women
nhull not win sympathy through one
of their number dying In jail. As
soon therefore as the prison doctor
notices thal a woman is weakening un.
der abstention from food and drink
he orders her release and ahe.remabas
out until she again show? signa .of
resuming her agitation. According to
tho'official returns most of tue women
??To not resume their activity. They,
Walther leave the country or settle down
?iuie?y, in whicn case they , are not
Some of the Reports ?j Convention are
Nashville. May 13,-Reports, of the,
hom? and foreign mission boards wore
read before the convention this after-!
noon, but no action uponl tbjeni.?was
taken. The foreign mission report
tated that r.,2?3 Baptisms during the
ear Just ended, "the largest;number
Vor reported In one year.,"
The report also showed that receipts
for the current year amounted to
$"?78.478 ??7 . nr til ooo more th*n last
yssir'5 receipts. Only an Incomplete
>rit from ?.ne foreign missions iii
Mexico, was contained in the report
of the board "owing to the fact that
many of the missionaries have been
forced to leave their fields." Progress
wan rmmrtod in some of the Squthcm
Mexican misions where hostilities
wer.) lcB.e severe. The home mission,
report was considered unusually fav
Thc annual report of the Woman'?
Missionary Union was submitted tor
1Jtg1?t>-- JU recommends Improvements
on the miaionary training school ut
LCc'tiftVillo, Ky., amounting to *86,0?O.
In the report it also ia announce)
the vnion Uar. raised $.14,nuns
?br tho Judson ^Centennial Memorial
Tonight's session, of the convention
wa? devoted largely to tho annual ser
mon which was. delivered by l>r.
rge W. McDaniel of Richmond, Va.
GIRL ttUBPeftER, A SUICIDE
New Orleans, May 13.-Falling to
. new trail on thc? charge ot mur
. Ins her sweetheart. Coorie W.
Relhl. Sr., s married-mau, August Ag
nea Edwards, aged 22. committed sui
cid? earlv today in the parisli prison,
where she was confined awaiting a
transfer to the penitentiary to begin a
life term. The state supreme court
retuned her a new trial .Monday. Her
mother and hlster were with the Kd
wards Kiri all day.
The murder took piece on a stree:
conrenr eanr the renter of the busl
nes district last July.
PREST. WILSON ( OMINO.
M iii Visit Benth Carolina Early lu
July, ls h Haid.
Greenville! May 13.r-.Mr.. WilMam
Godfrey, of ?heraw, who ls hero at
tending Hie annuul council of the Kpis
.fopal Diocese, announced today that
President Wilson had accepted an in
vitation io deliver an address at
Ch era w on the occasion of "Horne
Coming Week." July 8-10. celebrat
ing the Iwth anniversary of th?? sei
tleuient of tu'st town. President Wil
son promised to ?onie ?'ith??r on July
s or lilly nCCurdlng ld the advices
rece|ved nv Mr. Godfrey from W. F.
St?vep?pn, of Cheraw who extended
th - invitation in person at tito cupitul.
Tho chief inugifdrute will be accom
I alncd hy Josephus I).miels, Houston
?md probably another member of. liIH
SUNDAY 1ILCK I,AW
Scotland Neck, May 12.-Last Sun
day being the llrst under the strict
enforcement of the cVastlc Sunday
blue luw. recently passed by Ike
pastor? of thc Methodist, Hap! 1st and
kplscopul churches nf.oke at morn
ing service from the tevt, "Remember
tho Sabbat!) day to keep it holy."
They all approved of the law, but
?said thut in the enforcement of thc
ahme the authorities should be guided
hy mature judgment, ui?, i by no
means be radical in their construc
tion of the law. Many people were
awfully diasapolnted Sunday morning
when t?iey came down town and
lound all the drug stores closed as
light as wax and the ice house not
doing business and the very radical
law was the subject of conversation
BUHNS IS "X. E. I."
ile Will Not be In Atlanta to Answer
Atlanta. May 12.- Detective William
J Burns will not be here tomorrow to
unswer to the charges of contempt
lodged against him In tho superior
He ls asking for delay on account of
illness in his family, acordlng to u
telegram received this morning fron
New York, but says' he will certainly
bu on band later to "answer these out
In ti?^ event s proper showing ls
made by Defectivo Burns' attorneys
tomorrow showing that there was just
ground for the detective's failure to
be on band, lt ls ex peted that the
hearing will bc postpone 1 to a later
(Tay thia week.
Mr. JV W. Shealy, Aa*at for Southern
. .ht Hodges, P?????.
. Mr, J. W. Shealy, agent for the
Bouthcrft*ltailway>a*toodgcB, died sud
denly Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock
just b?fete leaving home for his work.
Heart disease ls supposed to have been
the cause.. Mr. Shealy was.28 years ot
age and is survived by hi? wife and
three children. Hla body was sent to
Trenton, his old- homo, where the In
terment took j'ace today. Mr. Shealy
was a loyal member or tho Lutheran
Mr. Shealy ls said to have been in
apparently oxcellent health and just
ten days ago passed 'successfully a
medical examination for a lire insur
ance policy. He had been'at Hodges
two years and came there from .Po.
maria. He has a brother who ls agent
CANDIDATES FOR ALDERMAN
Mr. Brownlee and Mr. Spearman Are
Oat la Third Ward.
Tho rirst oandldst* to announce for
alderman from ward three appeared
yesterday, this being J. I. Brownlee.
Mr. Brownlee is assistant cashier, at
thc Farmers & Merchants bank and is
known as a splendid business man.
if he should be elected..to the place
he wi? make a strong alderman.
Mr *?ro~ri>^ i= .z esr. cf .DUG Wsst
and is a graduate ot Erskine College.
Chas. S. Spearman, at present alder
man from that ward, is offering for
re-election. Mr. Spearman, says that
he bas planned a number of improve
ments for. tho ward and that tho pres
ent fiur.ncial condition,' of tho city
snakes it Impossible to have them
done. He feels that hla two years on
the hoard of aldermen will flt bini
for bettor service HIP next two yearn.
TWO MORE CANDIDATES
South Mata Street !*e*cbaat Enter?
tho Hace Ear Alderman,
Among, the anncunc ?ucr.?? from
candidates to bc found In this issue
is that of Mr. B. F. Johnson, the South
Mal?;'jttrsfiV. merchant who has made
a Success of bia own business and feels
that he can do hts part for the ad
vancement or the Interests ot tho city.
MT, Johnsen -ia in- the third ward. Ho
ta supported hy-many friends.
. Friend* oj T. ? J ?it ? Bell, the well
known cotton buyer, came to this of
fice-la?tnlg!it and inserted an official
usr.o un cement of his candidacy for al.
dorman frcm Ward 2. Mr- Bell wa?
Cut of th') c'ty. but his friends said
iev would,- make him rUn any
way. They feel euro that he will be
electe.1. " . -
Y WINS OUT Wkvfj?R STBlHB
I.' (via^^g^,.^i^.ja,r-After aervln?
lesa than'one week'of-her twelve
months' sentence for arson, Lillian
Lenton. onc:Of.the moat militant of tim
suffragette? was released today be
cause of the sickness Induced by a
The suffragette ls obc bf the Iraners
of thf "?r?nn" B/iiiorl ar??J
?ette. fire's have been attributed to
her. ' ^ISSJwr
GIVEN IN DETAIL
Author of Plan Tells About lt. j
and Explains Good He Ex?
peela Of It
AH a matter of Information, aa this
'.vii! probably be tb? IcudiiiK issue in
the State Democratic-convention, we
publish below Ibo following communi
cation from John J. McMahon, former
Btate Superintendent ol ?ducation,
who is pushing the adoption of the
stringent rules for t?-c Democratic
lirlitor of Thu Anderson Intelligencer'
Allow me to offer to yon for publica,
tiotl u' this period ot public interest,
my closing communication In my so
nes published early last Hemmer on
the subject of the reform of the pri
mary aa the first nnd m'>st foUdamen
tal of t!ie "needed reforma In South
"To nafeguard the primary election,
the right to vote should be regulated
liv the Democratic party constitution
- "1. No name should be placed on
tin- club roll unless th . man presenta
'.ts registration certificate and tax re
ceipt (or auditor's certiitcato of his
'mi.-ability for taxes) showing that Ile
ls a 1 -gul voter of Our. county aud
precinct, und thus able '.'> fulfill .ita
pledge to "support the nomlnV V of
He should peasant *o the elec
tion managers the .-iain" evidences of
his qualification:, to vot ? in the gelier
et elccti?ifi. There " would be no ne
cessity for tlie repetition of lb'-* ">rouf
If there were a complot? new enroll*
niF.nl every two years, but ? i.)
poseo that bo new enrollir.onl? -be
'tUircd except for tho man who
chnnges his r?sidence.
So name should i?u put mi the
roll mile :? the applicant appear in
persbfi nnd aatuulian ail this facta re
<i? .?o. One such or.t'olltnunl iitioilld
i'lillee UH long UB th- mai remains
ut '.ho same residence, but on a change
ol residence he should app?.ti" again
Sn person, and have tho Change re
corced on tue club roi!. Ht- should
l?Y? oath aa tc all th*.? roeta required
in li ese rules.
"On Ors!] (?ne C? :.> ?
' I No nam; ..'ml.I be allowed on
more than one club roll nnd to,join;
another duli a ainu tthoulJ prove timi
h'-? ni me has u-vu emued from, ilia
r tn --r club.
"Resident ,f nu'.? Ilistrlcl.
'Ti. Bach club should be restricted
to tlie Democratic voters resident in a,
distinct territory, uo reaidenl's name
being allowed on a club roll, beyond
his territory. Where two or more i
clubs arc allowed In one ward or conn-1
try precinct (because of two many
voters lo handle speedjly ut one pot.
or too great distance in the country, j
for convenient attendance) the divis
ion should bu made by territory and
memberships not allowed to overlap
as now. <.
?Holls Close CO IMjs.
"6. The enrollment.. should close
fit) days before the regular primary
election and in case of a special ok-c
tlon, there should be a-sur-pleuientury
enrollment Up to a time Axed by the
executive committee, in its discretion
under the circumstances.
'Club Committee .Revise.
"7. The club or the executive com
mittee should be required to scrutinize
the club roll and see that all require
ments aro complied with. It would
overrule decisions of its enrolling of
ficers and add names that had .peon.
Improperly rejected or exclude names
that had been improperly enrolled. It
would expunge the names of persona
deceased, movod away, or oinerwise
no longer entitled to vote at tho club.
?Kn? PI!** "?.? P?b!!?herL
"8. The club executive committee
and the secretary MHO.mi certify ?as
club roll In duplicate as meeting sill
these requirements and Hie brie dupli
cata with tb? clerk or the court of
the county 50 days ''cfore the primary,
and publish the sn..-.- forthwith in the
newspapers ot.most- goner? 1 circula
tion in thc precinct for thc informa
tion of all who might discover er
'.County Coron'.tee Correct.
"9. The county .xceutlve commit
tee. 2hci!ld.betv.'2r". ie spd CG days be
fore tho first pr ti arv, receive, inves
tigut", and act ; on all appeals and
other.complaint- .uade by members of
the party with gard to. tlie correct*
ness of the rc-. . the committee exer
cising orlglnrl ..s well as appellate
jurisdiction. ; would thus scrutinize
all club rolls i iding names Improperly
rejected and ! puriging names ituprop.
erly enrolle i or no longer qualified.
Thus the'eV.nty oxemtixe committee,
like the c u commute;, would seek
to remove, .loth upon appeal and upon
original t.tv?stigatlon, any enrolled
names ot persons not . thea ?entitled to
vote in the primary at that club, SB
ot persons deceased, :-.ot residing with.
Iii the club territory, convicted of
disqualifying crimes, not registered,
or otlierwise hot quailed to vote in
tho general election and negroes un
ie s.\ they votqd for Hampton In 1876.
or isis, abd persons not Democrats.
"State Executive Committee.
"10. Tho aut? Executive Commit
tee would be, required to act at least
ZO days before th? first primary on
any appeals or Information brought to
its attention by members of the party
or upon 'facto .discovered by H. cor
rering errors In the rolls,
"There should be a legal provision
for the enforcement bf th?se' rules,
upon appeal to the court from th:
State executive committee, the courts
to act in chambers, br tn special ses
sions, not. to'delay tho election- Wc
allow tlm> for appeals to the courtn
when we close the rolls 60 dsys before
the primary and complete the porty
Committee decisions at least. 20 days,
before tho primary.
"Further, tu the Interest, cf
self-government, lt would be well to
follow the lead nf tho National'Demo-'
cracy at Baltimore and require tim .??- (
r.rv.t?v,- ro'.s^iSte-?wikw^fvii'i each club i
to be elected in the primary election,!
to take office immediately .tfeereafut
and hold tUI htu.W?*?uor ls elected.*'
I hf?re add come comments by way
of empiiasla rainer than explanation
of Konie points involved above:
No. above contemplates a complete
nen enrollment now. The club roll?
cr hooks should be all turned in to the
county executive committee and de
stroyed-or rather deposited in tho
State Historical Commission as docu
ments of note.
New enrollment would be Issued by
each county executive committee to
the clubs of the county, for entire
new enrollment, the applicants ap
pearing in perren, signing their name?
on tin* booka, or their marks, witness,
ed, and macing oaths as to the re- I
'qulremen.ts ('nut is actual residence
fu the product, no-enrollment of any
other club, legal qualifications as a
registered elector, and being a demo
No. - above, requiring tho registra
llon ct ;>... cs'i? und tax receipt to be
presented to the election manager:*,
in a chock on the club enrolling offi
cers, ihi ta* receipt receipt being n
rontlm.iuj '.lonti..cation of the por
son year after year-especially if the
managers of the election be required
to stamp lt tor each primary aa is
very generally proposed.
Nos. 4 and ."? are of prime impor
tance, to localize the voters and to
minim!-/' the opportunity for duplica
tion o.- repetition.
The existence of more than one club
'.ithin the auine precinct presents a
difficulty in preventing tho overlapping
of vot< ri an t of territory, which is
met by GUtSKoStloh from Kershaw that
the primary elections be confined to j
ibe gurrai election voting places,
so that all the club rolls of a precinct
will Lc u:;:.c;?. tiled at tho same place,
where all the enrolled democratic res.
idents within that precinct can vote,
and nero from beyond that territory.
I Join i i is i Her thia year the gen
eral i.. . muly could be induced to In
crease thu number of voting precincts
und rearrange polling places, if Clere
ls any lierions inconvenience in tho
present legal voting places.
Nos. <;,x7, 8, i? and IO contemplate
the closing of enrol :,; nt lu ample,
.time before thc^firot primary to ad
mit the full publicity, investigation,
and correction of errors, whether of
omission or commission. Th? publish
ing of the roll makes every newspaper
reader a committee of ono to rpport,
crrprs. The filing of the roll |?,.a,
permanent record abd offers opportu
nity for "Investigation..by ?my person.
TJae obligation upon, throe'successive
committees, to -.brreet otrora with the
right to. appeal to thc courts, given,
every assurance of remedying wrongs.
In addition, : :-. a mutter of de.taU, quito j
important, I would add. that, no naine |
should n2 ?triches iron: :':o foijl exrj
copi upon not icu malled, to thc a'ddres? j
and further given hy advertisement
given i:i the newspaperor the. county.
No. 0 calls tu the attention anomaly
which la nov.- quita, common as ?ne
of tho abuse.; that has grown up with
authority In the'Party rules--tho prac
tic? of ?'-qt ip g white republicans vote
tn the DotuocrtAlc primary, and of let
ting young negroes vote, in direct vio
lation of the rulo forbidding.
. WMtc republicans should not be al
lowed to oat ,tbelr. oakstand have it
iloo. To enjoy the profile ot .Repub
licanism, which involvedttJllanccwith
tho oppression of the Sooth and ye?
be accorded with full privilege of voice
ia our State party government in u
iuxurous riding a ftwo ?horses. We
should stop thia, .and ici the . Bull
Moose and all understand that they
cannot serve two masters.
Hence tho party pledge to support
the nominee of the Democratic pri
mary should bc broadened to. include
tho nominees of tho party National.^
well as state-wide.
No. 1 above ls the fundamental-un
less.we are to allow women s'so to j
vote before they uro uniruuehised ie
?aily. It was ne/er deliberately In
tended that anybody ?hould a??t*t in
a caucur, decision uniesp able laier to
take part in Um final contest to put
through that decision. A primary el
ection is but a caucus .of the legal
voters who agrre to hold a preliminary
or "primary" election to weed out
their candidates and enable thom to j
unite their strength at the general el-1
ection. How every kind of . a loafer
and interloper should have gradually j
been allowed to come into this "prelim, j,
lnary" election and even think himself
? entitled to hector-"'lt over the rpnl
voters, is a remarkable chapter of
JOHN J. MCMAHON.
Columbia. S. C., May llr 19U.
A FIRE AT IVA;
Store Of D. Thompson Simpson
Burned Without Cent fo Insur
ance --Loss $6,000
(Prom Thursday's Daily.)
Dr. C. H Burton and Dr. J. E. Wat
son, who were in the city yesterday
attending court, rought news ot Ute
burning on Tuesday night of Ute atora
of Mr. D. Thompson Simpson at Iva,
The store was closed as everybody..'
In the town had gone to a school en-',
tertalnment. It appears that Mr.
simpson's son. clerking in the store,t
had turned tho wick too low in tho,
big swinging lamp th the front of the j
store and an explosion resulted. Tho j
store and -on ten ta were destroyed*,
without a cent of tnaurance. The.
stock was worth about. $4,000, and '
the building about $1.000. ,
Mr. S. M. McAdams, who waa in tho j
city yesterday stated that there were
many valuable papers destroyed In
I the fire and . that tho foss would
considerably heavier tjian thc \ab?Mf
'figures. There was nearly $100 in
j cash beale1'* a lot of guano notes and I
mortgages and the whole loss would?
be more than $6,000. j
I .Mr. Simpson takes his, loss philo- J
r-ophlcally and is at once preparing to
?rebuild Mr. McAdams says-that the
;tire wak very bad, lt came near being
jseiious. for If tile w)nd had be'^n blow- i
i is? >h his direction it woold.have car-,
j ried the fire to his home close to the
.figaro. r J
BETHELITE BOYS |
HAD A WALK OVER
Spartanburg Team Whitewashed
Anderson High School Yes
terday In Poor Game,
(From Thursday's Daily.)
It is not known whether or not the
Bethelite High school team of Spar
tanburg hus had a long standing
grudge against the team representing
the Anderson High School but it cer
tainly did seem to yesterday. The
home hopes journeyed over to Spur
tanburg last night, confident that they
would romp ull over the Bethelite ag
gregation but it seems that some mis
take was made in their calculations.
Tba Uethelitc team shut out the An
derson team by a score of 7 to U.
However, the lads were undaunted,
and they telegraphed home lust night
to the effect that they would remain
In Spartanburg and play tlie Bethelite,
team today for two out of three. The
Anderson feam won from the B.. ti.
s. when the team came here some
time UKO and so the Bcorc now stands
1 and I. The winner of this after
noon's battle will be the victor. .
In yesterdays gume 'i... .act that
thc Spartanburg boys could and did
hit the bull.and the Anderson boys
could not and did not duplicit? this
j.-erformanee tells the tale of how the
loc als lost.
K. H. R.
Bethelite . 7 10 3
Anderson . It 3 3
o IVA NOTES o
Iva. May 13.-Miss Maggie Parker
is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Y. B. Brownlee.
Mr. and Mro. S. E. Leverett wer.o
shopping in Anderson yesterday.
Miss Blanchp HolHday is the guest
of ber friend Miss Ida BeUe Gllllland.
The store room and. stock of goods
belonging to D. T. Simpson was de
stroyed by fire last night at 9 o'clock
The origin of the flro IB unknown. Mr.
Simp: oil's loss. is. about $5,500. He
had no insurance, jj .
. Mr, John T. Bryant of Charlotte was
a business visitor here Tuesday.
"Miso" Kiste Cody .of Jacksonville,
Fla... left this suprnins for Belton.
Miss. Cody has been hore for several
days" preparing for the "Marriage of
Tots" which occurred last night tn
Iva. High School auditorium.- The j
entertainment was very much en
joyed by the large audience present
and was a decided success.
Mr. M. M, Paul lett today for his
home at ridgefield.
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Starr, May 12.-The sympathy o? tao
community goes to Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as McGill io their bereavement in
the death ot their, little Bon Willard
who died last Thursday at noon.
- .The body was Interred the follow
ing day at the Starr Baptist church
cemetery, the funeral services were
conducted by Rev. J. L. Singleton.
The friends of Mrs. B. B. Bass, in
t'Ma community were very sorry to ssc
her go ?way after having lived here
during 'he last ten months. She goes
to Qre^nv!!!" for a SawvW?$l(s io visi
her son Rev. J. I.. Bass after that time
she will make her home at Donalds.
The annual municipal election for
intendant and wardens of Starr was
held on Saturday resulting as follows:
Intendant W. F. Bannister; Wardens,
J. L. Pettigrew, F. I. Jones, Dr. S.
C. Dean, Dr. J. N. land.
Miss Alleen Herron entertained the
young lady school teachers of Starr,
fa?! Saturday at '.isr hum? at a spend,
t he-day party.
On last Sunday afternoon a short
Memorial Day exercises were held at
the Starr Baptist church after which
the members of the U. D. C. Chapter,
went to the cemetery, and, tenderly
1 laced wreaths of evergreen, on the
graves of our Confederate dead. -
Mh*B Annie Shirley, spent the week'
end at the pleaaant country hqme of
pf Mir? and Mrs, B. J. Pearmsn S?^:
nay afternoon Mr. Poarman carried
this guest with hts family over to
Hartwell, Qa., and back lb hts touring
Miss Annie Halford'a masse pupils
wUl give a recital the school audito
rium on next Tuesday evening the
19th beginning at 8:30 Miss Halford
has taught very efficiently and suc
cessfully here for the last two yesrs.
and the patrons are .anxious to .se
cure her promise to come back and
teach again next year.
A number nt our young people want
to Iva last night to take In the play
"The Marriage ot the Lota" which was
given in the High' School auditorium;,
'Hie Starr school will close,FfHJB&
tin- 22nd, there will be an entertain
ment that evening at tbe school audi
torium beginning at 8: no.
WAR off Tire ?OOX
ghlleaff la \ the 7?? af Mr. Bryon
Washington, May l tk--Tbs dove of,
peace in the office of Secretary ot State
Bryan wee, rudaly disturbed today
when Jacob B. Cbnnsr, formerly- con
sul At St. P?tA?ahiJf?-. M
Baoekett. Secrotarv Bryan's confiden
tial clerk, engaged in a fist fight. Mr.
Conner objeoted. to being delayed la.
Secretary Bryan'* ante roora while
other visitors saw the secretsry\ The
t-ornbctajots were, separated, alter
Banskett'a nose waa bruised ano Con
ner's cheek was cut.
Mr. Conner said he had made Bev
el ineffectual attempts to see Secre
tary Bryan to rind out why he had
been dismissed from the service.
o o o o. o o o o o o o o o
? LA Uti ti STILL FOUND O
o. o o o. o o o . o o .o. o o o
Yadklnville. N. C., May 13.- Wtmt
is said here to be tb? largest tUloit
distillery plant ever found in Yadkin
County, was located in thc Little Na
tion settlement Friday afternoon by
Deputy Collector A. J. Martin and
Special Otllcer J. E. Shugart. They
very often (iud them in this section,
but seldom lind such a mammoth
plant as was found by the officers ou
Tho operators of the plant had evi
dently got wind of the coming of lite
officers, aa the copper had been car
ried away only a short time before
they arrived. This was all they could
move, however, and all the beer and
other fixtures were left to the mercy
of the captors.
Two thousand five hundred gallons
of beer were poured out and the
fermenter destroyed, as well as other
article? found at the place. Only one
person WAS found at the place. Ilia
name was Pete Miller, and it being
reasonably certain that ho had noth
ing t odo with.the plsnt was releasol
from custody. The officers soy they
have no clue to the owners of thu
outfit, and no arrests are expected
to follow. Mr. Shugart lias cut up
as many of these kind of plsnts as
any officer in the county and he nays
this ls the largest one he has ever
TEXAS TWINS COMING
WILL BE HERE SOON FOR
EXPECT OVER 1,000
Plan to Furnish Veterans With
Free Coffee, Sandwiches and
Plenty of Lemonade
. A letter was receive in Anderson
yesterday from James and William
Doyle of Texas, twin brothers, in
which they said that they would leave
in a few days to be present at the Con
federate Reunion in this city. Both
brotbere fought in the sume company
in the Fourth Cavalry, with Gen. C. A.
ticed of Anderson and. Col. J. C.
Strlbllng of Pendleton and these gen
ciernen are looking forward with much
pleasure to the visit ot-.the-Texas.-men.'
Tho *)oyle. brothers, together with
Gea. Recd and Col. Stripling were
members of Tren hoi m's Squadron at
the clo*3, but they had seen service
with the Anderson men in the Fourth
South Carolina before that. "They
both acquitted themselves In an able
manner during the war and they will
be distinguished visitors here for tho
two days' gathering of the veterans.
AU plans for th? reunion are going
ahead in Une shape. It ls believed that
the bousing committee, when lt meets
this afternoon at the chamber of com
merce, will be able to make report
to the effect that houses have been
fesnd for ??t Veterans antr tbls will re
move a big burden from the shoulders
of those, in. charge.
Secretary Whaley yesterday ordered
2,000 Individual' paper' drinking cups
and it ls possible that still more nf
these will, be ordered and pians are
now beibg considered for having <*
barrel of lemonade and a barrel of
Ice water at every corner on every
business street,' which will be free to
ice veterans.' Arrangements are also
underway for establishing a free lunch
r.tar.d ju?? outside or the main tent,
where veterans will,he served coffee
and sandwiches free of charge.
It Is probable also that the school
child-en of the city, some 1,500 In
number will be supplied with baskets
ot roses and each child will present
some veteran with a bouquet. Thia will
bo quito a pretty, feature if lt is found
possible^ and it is to'be hoped that lt
Those who are in a position to know
say tiiat there will be over 1,000 Con
fed?rate. v*t?ran* from all over Ute
State in attendance for the reunion.
Indications are. that fully all of thia
number will be here and Anderson
peopleVare dally receiving batters from
veteran* In which they say that they
ara eorotqg for thc affair, Certainly
the. number here for th*,f?mk?h.wni
fall.little-short of 1,000 and many be
lieve, that It willi be even larger than
Tue se?era! committee .in charge of
the preparations said yesterday that
if the committee reports tonight with
enough homes for all the veteran" ii**
hardest part of th? work will be over.
Today -is tho la?t day for Cm housing
committee, tn canvass the town and it
ls ?urged that every lr. the city take
na many of thc old soldiers as posai ide.
'T ' . AB ??ay St?aS?s*.
: There, Wfirbe'an all-day sloging at
Welcome church on the first Sunday.
In June. Profs. Jho. T. Milford, Halle,
Harbin. Holland. Hembell, Stevenson
and others v/iH be present. All sing-,
er? are invited a* well as th* public
generally. Bring books-end well-filled
.1. O. HALL. -
Pendleton. May 14, 1914.
innihar <r**Or?? been st"t"5 in
Pittsburgh aa a result of a sick wo
man finding a bug an Inch long In a
loaf-of - baker's bread. I
Important Case Before Railroad
Commission in Columbia
Crnii Tiiurs<?a>'.i baily.)
Mi. w w. Bulli van, chairman or the
irniiFportaiioD committee of tlie cham
ber of commerce, lett Aiidernnn vi i
the Blue Ridge la^t evening ror Cor
I.imuia where he goes to represent
the ioctl aklp'.ieiv. urul mi reliants af
II luted with th" chamber pf com
nicrc'.'. tl the hearing to bet held ut
Columbia today on fie matter of lufra
fitate ft eight shipmen tai Anders? u
r.iHo ia. r^j.rc3f itc d by !;. A. Mending',
traffic' maca^sr pf tho chamber of
< omiut rr.e.
Thc h coring will occur first i:i tho
hall ol r'-proseutlttiven in th" Htai<?
hoc . ami htrr at tin* offices cf Uti
'.AM ? railroad commission.
Auder sou contend; ?>r rrjunli?"!atlon
cf rate? In her trude territory. ,
SLAYER OF BROTHER
WILL BRIDGEMAN WAS AC
TRY ADAMS TODAY
Grand Jury Has Completed Its
Labors and Yesterday Made
Presentment to Court
(From Thursday's Daily.>
In the Court of General Sessions ror
Anderson County, a Jury returned a
verdict of noi guilty in the case of
Will Bridgeman und he was given bia
freedom. Bridfe:iO?g was tried on
the charge of murder, it being set
loi i li that he shot anti .killed his bro
ther at Pelzer last? February. Both had
been dripklug und the BhooUn follow
ed u row lu which Richard Bridgeman
attacked the derendant in yesterday'*a
Mary Robinson, cniored, was tried
yesterday on a charge or violating the
dispensary laws and me Jury returned
a verdict or guilty. The sentence of
the court was that thc defendant pay
a iliac of Slot) or to serve for three
months in the county jail.
The last case,, taken up yesterday
was that or Newt Kay, a negro charged
with selling HrjUor. The case went ti?
the jury a few minutes befpre the hour
of adjournment and after waiting for
Sometime Judge Prince called for the
foreman of the jury and instructed him
to return a sealed verdict at 9 o'clock .
Solicitor Smith said last night ?hut.
the first case called today would be
tt?at of Wi. W. Adams, charged with .
assault and battery with intent to kill.
Th*! case has excited much'interest,
and many country/people will come io
town today for the trial.
The grand Jury returned the follow.
lng true billa, alter which they rotircd
to prepare the presentment:
?Ruben "Williams, larceny, true bilt
J. W. Blackwell, assault and bat
tery With Intent to kill, a true hil h
S. J.NCunningham, obtaining goods '
under false pretense, no biM
Cimr?es J.o^es, violating the-dispen
sary law, no bill.
Jasper Jo?cS. asault Arm battery
with intent to kill, no bill.
ON REAL ESTATE
Standard Oil Said To Bc Intending
To Make Extensive Improve
ments Here at Early Data
The Intelligencer has information
that the "Standard OU Company will
have a representative here today to
close n deal for a^Mce-of real estate
on which the company will build a
large plant. There bas been an-agent
here for a day or sa getting options
and he will be followed by another,
nam who may closo * deal today.
One of the pieces mentioned la the ?
lot owned by tho estate of Uve tate
W. !.'. Campbell adjoining the new
property, of the C. & W. C. railway,
and another , la the old Corona Knit
ting mill property on thc Blue Ridge,
and a third ls the Malcolm. Burris*
property on the f?cight line of tho .
G, S. & A. is the ::orihcrr. part of
From thin It appears that thc Stand -
ard people intend to make extensive
improvements he,-e. The Petroleum^
OU company Is very strong with the
public here. and the Texas Oil' com
pany has. a. big business, and so has
the. Standard, but this new move
seems-to indicate that. Anderson will,
e made even moro oof .0 distributing
point than over. '
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PIANO OWEN Me A DOO
Winstoh-Sal'cm, N. C., May Jit,-A
local piano firm has sold an old plane
to W. D. MCAdoo of Oreensborp, who
will present lt to his cousin. Secre
tary-W.. G. MeAdoo air "a reite.
Just how old tho niano ls cannot be
determined. It was made in Philadel
phia and bears a tuner's record dato
^The suicide mania of a Philadelphia
man, who bad tried in vain to end
hie lite no. leis fluir, six tlsy^.flnejly
fo-.:n? ? . ??coes??ui outlet wileri hf)
charged bead first again nt thc iron
bara nf an asylum door and fractured