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SENATE CANVASS WAGED
WITH TABAsdo AT BARN
j WELL YESTERDAY
M/^N WOULD FIGHT) j
Governor Called] An Auditor ? c'
Liar and Little-Commotion
Special to Thc Intelligencer:
Barnwell, Juno 21.-The campaign
meeting here today was featured by
the militant -aggrcsi?venesa of Gover-| j
nor Blease, L. D. Jennings, and W. P,
Polloch. Senator Smith was also in a|i
fighting mood when he answered the
charge made by the governor, that he
had voted to pay $2,000 damages to aft
negro family as indemnity in the event
of lynching. In replying to this Sea
ator Smith read from the State const!
tution, article VI Section 6,. where this |1
provision bad been made' by Tillman
and the Reformers when the constitu
tion jwas re-written .back ' in 1895.
Governor Blease waa the first
speaker, and commenced bis speech
with ;hls old. time bitter. attacks on
the Newspapers, characterizing sev
eral editors and reportera s,s ."liara."
He skid that the drafting of the new
primary roles waa - for the distinct
purpose of robbing ) him of his ma
jorits. "A piece of ; dirty, contempt!
ble thievery" which Portland'Ned and
all his associates would not bb guilty
of." ?He stamped as a campaign lie
the alleged claim made in the last
gubernatorial campaign that Sam J
Nicholls,' a Spartsnburg attorney, two
years ago came to Barnwell to pur
chase the pardon of "Portland Ned'
The Governor explained that he had
never.granted a pardon to "Portlaad
Ned," but that the convict in question
was one James Johnson, with the
alias ot "Portland Ned."
.. . Petition Was Strang.
The petition - for Johnson's pardon,
the governor said,1 signed by many of
tbe representative people of Spartan
burg-.county. The governor hold -up
catalogue of Benedict college, a negro
schodl in Columbia which Contained
Cut, showing white women as mern
bera bf the faculty. Blease went oa
to se y that thia was the condition in
Soutl i Carolina' he had been fighting.
It .vas'at thu stage that som* one
said to have been Har vin .Hollaed
shouted back., from tbe audience,
"youri3>fctlir??-ilTo?' tn tho : nert
group-when Smith takes - - .
' ' TS^V.l?l9.?ft;'jflfii .......
"You're aMier,!* i?hA gdvexnoiJW
?The-tnat? in' phe-crewd ?h?t? meide tin
effort to come to th e. speaker's stand
but was 'tiered by policemen and
the r?poft was thai the ma\i was ar
rested.- . .. ;" vii
Mayor Jennings said that he ex
pected to expose tho Govern or'a rec
ord from every stump, in- South- Caro
lina and the two or three ?tate d?
tectives going about with the party
couldn't'frighten him. He nade the
statement that politics had entered|
certain state institutions no', to tho'
benefit.of.-the'Institutions, but to fur
ther ftt\e. Governor's ptflitA: J am
bitions. . ?
. He sbld-thM. he would bring th?
asylum . investigation t.Into tte pam?
palgn 'and wcatld read a book that
would cause the "Lfood of-every man
and woman of South Carolina to aniso"
from tbe veins." ?
xhia.speaker said that ^a nMoriouB
blind tiger/, of*. ?rangeburg ? Max Stok
es, by name,,.was convicted for viola-1
tton of .Vt be. dispensary..,law, and. fined,
$250. H,e^ was again Indicted ott a
slmdlaf, - >cberg<?,., He fVed. from the
State and. tn, h I a absence be was tried,
found guilty^ and; a sealed.yerdlct hold
i again st. him." Later hf. .returned, took
an appeal,to atilghor court,and. while:
waa pending, ..thej .governor - pardoned
. Stokes. "This;same' mab** continued
MT. Jennings? ''used his ^automobile
two year? >?gQt tb haul, voters to tho\
polis."--*.' . ii* r? ki ? - ' >|
Disgusted ai Cry. |
> Pollock waa' next introduced and
said that he was disgusted at hearing,
the Governor, cry '.'niger,.-nigger, nil-;,
ger. that'? '?ll he'a got and he's turo:!
aA fi whole lot of them oat." In the
4ay UM This Power as Suasion
Should Military Lust Effect
M . /:. ".the.R?bels I
' Miagara Wls; Qht., Juno 26.-After
^day of'wailing with no word of thc
dans, of tile '' Con s tl tu t lon al ia ts with
eference ta the proposed , Informal
?n?srence with the Huerta delegates
iver "Mexico's Internal affairs, the me
Hatton colony is showing signs of
Few are certain' that the Contitu
ionatlrts will participate. It became
iparent today that although spokes
nen of General Carranza had express
!tl themselves in favor of the confor
m?es, the Constitutionalist chief had
)y no means made up his mind. It is
expected strong pressure will have
o be exerted to persuade him to
igree to the plans as set forth by the
nedlators when they outlined the me
bods for the adjustment of the inter
?atlonal side of the problem, leaving
be selection of a provisional presl
lent to be determined by the two
The Conr-tltutionalists' victory at
Zacatecas, it is recognized, may have
psychological influence on the situ
Uion. If it-produces cohesion in the
Constitutionalist ranks and a lust for
nore military successes, close obser
vers think that the Constitutionalists
.viii be less diepoe^d to leave the ques
tion to diplomatic discussion.
That ths_American government will
use its .influence for- the settlement
if the controversy by diplomacy 1? not
loubted here. The program of the
Donetltutionaliets may be to capture
the governmental power by military
strength, but indications are that tbe
United States may withhold Its strong
est pressure, tho-promise of recogni
tion, if further bloodshed and loss of
life is not averind and terms of peace
Was a General Favorite IK the
City, and Her Death Causes
' . . '.' Much Sorrow : '
. . .. J Ju : .git ..'i .i,..
(From Sunday's Dally.)
The whole, city of Anderson was
saddened yesterday morning by the
announcement of the death of Hrs.
Lucy GUmer McConnell, wife of Mr.
George McConnell. She waa a daugh
ter of "Mr. and Mrs. "T.-"X'Gtfmer*"*and
&aa swot ijjpK hex, ute jo, Anderson,
and because of hex lovely disposition,
4P? charming persbfiAlltj- ?fipl bVd va??
ways .besa. & general loc?a? .favorito.
No death In recent months hats caused
more genuine sorrow among aa wide
a circle of friends ns'has that of Mrs.
McConnell, who BE . Mi BB Lucy 'GUmer
Was one cf Anderson's most loyable
She had been ill and- Mr.* McConnell
has graced the society of the city.
It was but' a'short time ago (bat
Mr. McConnell completed his beautiful
new home, and life seemed so full of
promise to this happy family, when
the hand of affliction was laid upon
the wife and mother. t?*or tip ree weeks
she has . been ill, and Mr. McConnell
Some time . ago was called to ' her
bedside, .but. She had begun to Im
prove and he had returned tn hi? post
with the' Boffaio b&iebail club. He
was called home a few days'ago and
arrived before . the hand of ?loath had
lobbed him of ".tb?, jewel nf lila .life.
' ?*i 1905 she was married tis ' Mr.
Georgo McConnell, himself a general,
favorite in Anderson, and their union
was blessed, wi th one son', George, Jr.
The whole'city feels keenly the Bor
row of this little family and of the
larger family , ot bereaved, the moth
er and the brothers,and, slaters; for
surviving Mrs. McCqn'n/.l, aro her
mother, Mrs.. J. J. G il mer, five Weth
ers; Mesra. ,S^alp, 'Jake^Keya jiud
Fob and Sam GHmor and three alsters
: Mrs. F". Blair Crayton, Mrs. Tip. Lum
kln and, Misa. Louis Gfimer..
The funeral service?, will be con
ducted irotu.,tbe FirBt Presbyterian
church this afternoon at i:3?,. for of
I church for several year? wsho.
had been iv devoted member, and ber
- Christian /Uf? and character veas a
blessing to all 'who knew her. ? .> T j. .
I The pall bearers will be-. .Mesara. .
Joe' Shelor, Tde Beli; -R . M. ;.Wili.ch,j
, Kyrie Ph 1 r ley. Bond . An der son j"\ and
W. P.. Nicholson.' - ' ' "?'?"'?<.' % ii
T*?? Negroes Arrested By Sheriff
On Charges of Making and ffi
"pf : .vp.-'wt
(From Saturday's ?aVy.)
vMLttoVtofr*W?ro,4a.Bow Jn a cell
at the Anderson couotytijall ^ndering
thined his mt^^ ot^W^^m^
considerable rnonye -and-tb?'labgnfBhu
Ing in durances.' . To make im
story short. Collina lr charged with
he ia ?rraigneu i? uOi? ? ?5 ^1 Sad
that he has a tdbgh proprnltlon on hts
hands. John D-venport, ?who l?, also
a negro, r/as arrested Wednesday on
the same charges but he bas succeed
ed m isielag bond, which was placed
at $400 and bas. been given his free
dom until the >est term;.p?;:c?nrt.
It will be remembered that tho sher
iff destroyed an nilclt distillery Wed
nesday but could riot lay, his hands on
Collins Just thin.-'. ; : -: ,-?,
'OLITE NOTE TO VILLA
FROM CARRANZA AGENT
SO ANSWER YTT
Jeron d Chief Hu So Far Failed
To Reply to the Suggestions
\Rl Paso, Texas, June 26.-Discussion
f the Carranza-Villa estrangement
ras reopened today by Robert Pes
ue'ira, confidential agent tor the Con
titutionaliBta here. He gave out the
ext of a telegram of a series of com
?unicationB with General Villa, in
rhlch he criticised the northern mil
tary zone commander for donying the
rrest by bis troops of national consti
utionaliat officers at Juarez and the
orifiscatlon of the national treasury
Pesquiera told General Villa that he
onaidered it useless to deny the ac
ual facts so well known here at the
loraer, General Villa's answer to
his [telegram, sent on June 20, has not
Trfved. Pesquer?a also issued a
tatement, asserting Villa waB our
oupded by certain persons come ot
vhe-m were the direct cause of the dt
iter that befell the administration of
?resident Madero. .
Ask? Liberation. .
Resquelra's telegram to Villa fol
"Your telegram confirms my belief
n your loyalty and patriotism. The
ncklents tbat have caused comment in
be pr CES have been the violent arrests
>f (employes of the gobernaci?n and
he treasury departments and the fact
hat '< military authorities ot Juarez
taws taken possession of the funds
bat rightly belong to - the general
re?sury, so tbat lt ls hard to con
vince rightful thinking people of the
:onplstency of your declarations so
nconsistent witta the actual facts as
mown here at the border. I verily be
lleve that if you liberate tho employes
low held and If the funds of the treas
ury' are returned the excitement aud
loubt that now prevails will disap
"Undoubtedly due to tho many pre
occupations of General Villa incident
to bis'Victorious Zacatecas -campaign,
he han not had-time to answer* thia
telegram," Mr.- Pesquelra suidv "But
I h?ve positive information that he al
ready has given orders that all Con
stitutionalist employes- - .carried to
ChIhuahua <aa?> prisoners, with be ? al
lowed to returo-to exercise tholr'Ts-^
s'ir?ctive functions at-Juarez, and-also
that he has-ordered that -all funds
and -valuables that rightfully belong
to the national treasury be returned at
tWI also am Informed, that General
Villa har. beeb apprised and bas per
sonal knowledge of the .work of some
political followers, some of .whom
were the direct cause of disaster that
befell the administration of Madero,
who knowing the rectitude and the se
verity ot General Carranza Howard
financial and political intrigues, took
advantage of the good faith and sim
plicity of General Villa, whom they
had been trying to utilize as an In
strument of their crooked designs.
General Villa becoming 'acquainted
witta the work of these individuals, it
appears, has resolved to rid himself
tlcnalities who have been, directly
beuefitting. I repeat by using him aa
the medium of their lucrative and un
. "Undoubtedly with this great and
prudent resolution of General Villa
and with the riddance of 'several bad
elements- that surround General Car
ranza, the sp mb ch discussed rup turo
will convert itself, into a perfect un
derstanding and unification of the
Constitutionalist cause, .which i we
boon, will see crowned with complete
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ANNAPOLIS MAN DISM?S?4.
*.'\ ED rOR IMPERSONATION
, ( Continued from iago 1) .
'-ifli .. ' ? ? . "? .._i_'. -' J" '
of % B. Longre also 'o? Mississippi,
and passed the (fret examin?t lon for
-huff- in - Virginia. When Longre ap
peared at the Naval . Academy to lake
tho physical tests, the deception wak
discovered because his handwriting
dfd'taot agree with the first examina
tion papers. i
}\ Although kept, in ignorance of the
investigations and told that he waa
suffering from a slight physical de
fect* Longre left Annapolis when
publicity was given to the affair and
?} ^1 Academy authorities re
K I-co urtmartlal for Hart iso n
b j. Ungot the secretary of the
? aa for dishqnorable discharge
? fison bas been a. prisoner on
the prison fehlp Reina Mercedes
aln'ct JO'J discovery of his juli L '
Lo.fire's case has been referred to
the c(vii serrlce commission at Wasb
?figt'jn. ( .-. ' \ f. ; ., ...
j'?.'./, j (Continued from Pa*? t :> .
? ?????. lil l I , ? , Ul.. i.-JN^.Mft'll' Tl.^ ,| M. .
when they x:aroe upon ad obstruction
which had been placed on the tri ck
by,the highwaymen. When they al
ighted from the car to remove lt, the
negroes opened<Uro upon them, ktll
Qut ?Wtape?kick Instantly. Simons,
fatally wounded,. died a short while
' Although badly wounded Robinson
made his way back to Stevens and
gave tho alarm. A special train was
sent from hero with a posse to Join
tb the hunt tor. the robbers. j
-arraiiziates Waiting At Washing
ton For Answer to a Tele*
grana Sent the Chief
Washington. Juno 26,-F.eprcaenta
Ives o? the Mexican constitutionalists
a Washington tonight expressed con
ident hopes that General Carranza
rould accept the . invitation of the
louth American mediators to partici
pate in informal conferences to com
i?se the internal affairs of Mexico.
Whether General Carranza would
iccept the invitation, however, still
emained an open question, despite
he fact that some of lils agents here
tad telegraphed him at Monteray for
. definite answer. The message was
ont after the arrival in Washington
if General Carranza'B private secre
ary, Alfredo Breceda, who brought
tersonal information from the constt
uttonalist leader to his Washington
igents, Rafael Zubaran and Luis Ca
Mr. Zubsjcan tonight said lie bellev
id General Carranza would authorize
?artlclpatlon of bia repr?sentatives in
fae proposed conference but that tn
uilltnry campaign against General
iuerta would proceed. Mr. Cabrera
tcclared he was almost certain infor
nal conferences would take place. Mr
?receda said he was awaiting instruc
Mr. Brecoda brought t-> Washington
he positive information bat it ls the
?onstltutionaltsts' purpoea to continue
heir military cara pu i gc regardless of
jeaco conferences. San Luis Potosi,
t was said, would be the next objec
ive point af the army. After San
Lula Potosi the constitutionalists ex
peet Huerta's troops to make their
ast stand at Querataro. Their leud
irs insist that General Villa will be
>n the verge of entering Mexico City
within less than a month.
With this ! military prospect assur
3d, some constitutionalist leaders are
mown to believe it would be better
Lo have a provisional government es
tabllshed In Mexico to supervise sn
si oct lon iban to permit a military
Force to do so. General Villa, ' they
point out, ls willing to listen to rea
son. General Carranza, they Bay,
might be Induced to accept: this point
Of View.' ; .?'.!.. rsfhOv >" ? ?Jftfc
The only moss age that came from
General Carranza to .?pt otogen cy here!
today brought ' the information i that j
the constitutionalist generala again
had assured the , first .-cale*, of. their
support sndiOOr^per>tio-ff. Mf. Prece
.said,- might noti;t?eiv(tjd before
WATSON WILL BE
In /Anderson For the First
Carolina Grain Festival
(Prom Sunday's Dally.)
Probably tho most Interesting top
ic of discussion v among Anderson
county farmer?, '?uit.nowJ^that.of the
approaching/ grain ' festival, which is
to bo held here on Joly 31. A number
of* excellent speakers have been se
Bured for the occasion, among' them
E. J. Watson, commissioner or agri
culture ot ?ou tn (jaro i i na. cor .some
weeks lt has been eaid that Mr. Wat
Would,, probably, . attend, bnt not until
yesterday waa a definite statement ob
tained frbpi h(m that he would be
hore. The following lotter ii. self
explanatory: . i ....
"My Dear mr. Wholey^.?? >..| ...
I am in ; receipt of your -kind, re
minder of June 24. and beg to say
that the. date lot July 21 has, been aet
aside by me for many months^for this
particular purpose.,,.,You ^inay" there
fore count upon my being .present with
you ort that occasion of tho,first real
Grain Demonstration timi,has been
held tn the state since I have known
"Yours very truly,
"E. J. Watson.
8PEAKIN' OP THE WEATHER
Dr. Eugene Evan ts of Pendleton
waa in tho. ci ty yesterday looking
younger and. sprier than an y one ol
his boys. He.has recovered from an
attack of appendicitis'aub Also from
a stay at Glenn S pringa,; He says the
water there ls wond?rfdl and made
a new person of him, .but.'the heat
was terrific. And he added that the
"first, night, he got ho.m? he had tc
al-Ssp;under, cover.,; .';*.",
Mr. . H.. H. RusseUr the .weather ob
server fdr" tbiB section, stated, 'yester
day that never in hts experience bad
there been such extreme wearier in
June.'nob had. the high ,temp?ratures
prevailed' .fb>, auch, ,lbbg, periods and
sb persistently. Th? thermometer at
his . placef Wedtteoday reglatelres a
maximum of 104 and Thursday 106
He. siy? that .ls the highest evpr ra
i corded here, and tba average, for Juni
' will be several degrees above the av
eragb for the month.
Mr. Er. D. Kay the well known mer
chant Toto. the. vtfgxanjfce, row**, gtvtfi
savio consolation. He' saya that he
nab observed for many yeera., thai
Jone ts our hottest month, frith thc
i highest ' temperatures, -, Bomb times
September kent is felt the most be
cause ?ifla accompanied byhumidity,
but Juno ls really the hottest month,
in thia particular section, and he ox
[ peet* to see relief later on.
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in tho South. Nowhere clso in tho State can young ladies aeo, hear and learn so much as at Colum
bia, ono of tho leading cducatiou .enters of tho South, and tho scat of tho legislative, judicial and
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fireproof buildings located in a beautiful campus of twenty acres overlooking the City of Columbia,
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evory depart menu. Degrees of Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor of Literature and Bachelor of Science'j
are conferred. 1014 Term begins September 24.
For Descriptive Catalogue and 1914-15 Announcement, Address 1
REV. W. W. DANIEL? D. D. President, Columbia, S. C?
' This bank is interested in every business and professional man u H
and woman in this community, no matter how small their ?p?ta-, ^?
tipns. If at present you have only limited means, but character ,.?
and hustle we want to have you as a depositor and customer of this,,.^
bank. We are looking for custom Qjsamo rig the people who aret ? -fry->.
.trying to make a success in their profel^ri, whatever it is, and we M
%ant you to come to see us. .
We are still making a specialty of small notes running from $25 a||
to $100,, that will be paid, in October and first half of November! M
Come to see us. Int?rest^jfeid or?' deposits, i
' ' % . . and ? J/^rl?
Farmers Loan ak? Trust Corhpany^Mil
0^^^ s- a
THE WATCH WORD IS
T. P. A. HELD A GRAND RAL
LY HERE LAST NIGHT
TRIBBLE IS PRAISED
Stat?, President and State .Vice
President Attended "Get-To
gcthcr Meeting In City
;: : .? - ,' ? 1 '
(Fro-ai Sunday's Olaty.)
. The watch-word of the Travelers'
Protective rally held In this city last
night, was ''Boost Anderson" and the
set of live wires j gathered in .North.
Anderson for the quarterly meeting:
of-Post D will come as near fulfilling
that undertaking as any other or
ganisation in the city may ever hopo
to do. The officers of the association
opened the meeting by telling , the
members that the sole idea of tho
occasion is to inculcate the Idea ' of
/'getting together and boosting' An
derson" and that purpose will be up -
permopt In the minds of every Ander
son traveling man les ring the city
North Anderson made a handsome
showing last night when the T.. P.
A.. arrived and every;man waa made
to feel at homo in 1er, ; than 10 min
utes after, his arrivai, y?. Ban^A?len.'
president'ot .the local post, called tao
meeting to order' shortly vwhiter* 8
o'clock and Introduced as the first-hf
thc speakers, John W. Linley, assur
ing the visitors a cordial welcome to
North Anderson and on behalf, ot the
"biggestlittle city in South Caro
lina" bade them make'themselves, at
'?' Ban Allan also welcomed the visi
tors and introduced W. A. Living?
-tcne, the president of the State T.
P. A- VA number of very interesting
statements relative to the growth, bf
the .organisation were -,made by Mr,
Li v I u ge ton o and t li en th e vice-presi
dents of. the association were called
upon-to "sfceak. Tom Pearce can never
forget Spartanburg and naturally his
audience had to - listen to quito -a blt
concerning, the "City of Success."
Hr. Pearce ie boin g prominently
mentioned .for tho next president bf
ib?,T*;?*N--JL.? Bute meeting'and. to*
that reason and because be is a good
spealter, he received a hearty welcome
at the hands ot his audience. . ? T. . H?
Pope of Greenville, another vlce-pre^
Piont, made ? capital speech, boost
ing Andert'on. . ?
t?. Ii. Qosr-?tt made a snappy and
[3 ul tab le talk, and so did H. t? Lig?n,
and tbe r.peech which Feaster Ti Ibbie
got rid of waa a gem.
Rufurt Fant. Jr., a candidate for tho
House of Representatives f?om An
derson , counttf marin u - r^tiiarkably
good speech and waa warmly welcom
ed, as.were all th? extern por aneourj
speakers of the evening
. ' Light EeXrckhmon to were nerved etu
rlnir th? rtyantnir ami .III t!t?j r it
was one of the most piceaam oeeuc
lons that Anderson'? traveling inch
have over enjoyed, it wil1 probably
Increase*'tbe membership <?i POM n by
at least .a dozen within tho next fort
ANDERSON IS NOW
Mississippi People ?ure Anxious To
Leam About Plan for This
County's Formes' Exchange
Tb?c^Anners?h ts' by no'tteans ac
unknown hamlet- or village was dem
onstrated yesterday when the local
chamber of commerce received a re
quest from Vicksburg, Miss., that thc
secretary of the local organization
furnish .them with a plan for thc
Farmers Exchange, which has'bien ic
op?ration, in thls^.?lty for some time
iw'jietter waa w'rRten by T. H. Dick
son of* Vicksburg, Mies., who IB secre
tary of the Bankers Association ol
.that- state and- in tho course of thc
'letter 'Mr.-'DIckfion says that- he wac
wonderfully- Impressed with the ad
dress which Mr. Wbal?y delivered ai
Vicksburg' -during tbe early rpart ol
thin montb. Ho says that a plan sim
ilar to the one tested out in thl't
c??oty by-.Mr^.?Vbaiey will prove suc
cessful in his state and he hopes thai
he may be. able to organize such at
undertaking -thoro If. Mr. Wbaley will
lend bis assistance.
Immediately following the receipt ol
this, ettor Mr. Whaley sent the gentle
man all the-details of the plan, to
gether with photos of exchange day lr
Anderson and these will appear in ?
Mississippi magaaine within the next
few days'. \; '? ?> .' -
tb Erect Building.
Columbia, June 27.-Bankers and
business men today launched a cam
paign to raise f50,000 for a South Car
4^na building at tbe San Francisco
.^^^"vyfi^berte' is chairman of the
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ELECTRIC THEATRE WILL
Plan? Now Complete Fer Famish
ing People of That Section v
With Amusement i h t?\x?
Due to the fact that no other cityijgSj&?&R&
South Carolina possesses n resideI?}T'y'K ???^ ?
section, one-half , so coropW) aa ?J^>*^??
North Anderson, tho proprl?BWIr|?^i??J'^
the Electric Theatre. 6n Malo ^^y^?fM
have announced .that they w|H*-T!^?i?W*iej?v
this theatre next week and on July: v'^^'^
an alrdome will-be established an4 -, ? .
during July and August, McCullough
and BrlBt?w will furnish "l^h'clhM^ra^ra
In speaking of the proposed chaagW';'.. " 1
one of thc amusement men said *?Pw??K^
the people of Anderson are anxtquV :
for open air amusement and 'A ls'?"
their purpose to provide it. ^.H?-'Jmlm?^^
furfher, that he planned to have t?pe/ ?iP&ra
of n:e nicest places in North-- Anders' .-#41:'. &
son chat the city has ever known and . \, ?
that he believes that the pepid?-w?^^Mm^^
city will patronliie it. Ho plans to iUfVfis ;
the North Anderson Show so ?rraSS^v-ji^.'aj-"":
that all the air going will be ?dmrts-'^.ii,'^
ted and he hopes to make ?eV?Tytf$f?>lv?l$1
ron o? the Bhow comfortable d?rlttjf'" W
lt IP. planned to. put, the .^Ww*^hw >
in a place JuBt adjoining the par?'&fiif
this will doubtloi-a provo tO bo^.d?!' ". ^ ,!
llgbtful for th?? moving picture vjr?? *.
pie and for the people partiataHb?.
shows of this kind; ' ^mfcfc
The alrdome will .seat fceyara.1 J?MBMIBB
drod people and popolar brediC^BSfi^^v
will go far amiss if tho place M$Bafc'.
med .every night.? during, thy^ttjajjgfit^;,
monthB. With tho cooling ol f?l.U th?
Electric Theatre will be reopoaoqv rt .';
Uaftniraou?ly Nomhmted. ' r
Danville. Va.. Jnne 26.^?et?b?&t?t~v:
df the fifth Vlt?lnia Gonm&itittf :
district In convention h?re to%|$re- i
nominated Representative Sayfj^i$V- ,/
8aunderB by acclamation. }? ;<
A gun invented hy a New Yotlrsr'^rV \
shooUng life lines from .ehlir t^*n<^.o i .
or ship to rh?re utilises the powert f :
what ordhiarllv wouldboth* ^e?iftf%.j : ?
add to ita effectiveness. : .', ?&?'<g$^f?