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iWH I LECTURE M
Mr. C.'N. Petersen, donlor in fine
boots, SllOOfl nil it clgarM, No, Ija South
llnin St.,;Council l?luITs, Iowa; writes:
"I raimnt toll ynu bow much Rood
Peruna. Iirh done mo. Constant con
finement In my siorc began to tell
on my hcnltli and I felt that I was
gradually breaking down.
"I tried several remedies prescribed
by my physician, but obtained no per
manent relief until I took Peruna. I
felt better immediately, and live bot
tles restored me to complote health.
X have been in the best of spirits
since, and feel that I owe my health
Catch Cold Easily.
Mr. Arthur G. Peterson, lt. F. D.
21, Box 21. Omro, Wisconsin. He
was In the habit of catdhing cold
He says: "It lias been seven
months now since I have taken any
Peruna ond I haven't felt the loast
touch of ooid since, and I am posltlvo
that I am now rid of the tendency to
catch cold. Peruna la a wonderful
remedy." . )
Those who object to liquid medi
cines can now procure Perm? Tab-,
WiH be Given by Zone Resident
at K. of P. Hall at 8
MHS. ELIZA CHAFT DEAR .
Pnssed Away Monday Mght at Ander,
son Hospital. >
Mrs Eliza J. Craft, aged GO years,
and wife of A. M. Craft, died' Mon
day night at 11:30 o'clock at the An
dcrson County hospital, where she
was taken several days ago from her
home in the Orr Mill village for an
operation. The funeral services and
interment will be at New Bethel
church, Elbert County, Ga., at noon
Mrs. Craft was the mother of 16
children. Her husband and nine chil
dren survive. She was a devoted
member of the Methodist church.- The
surviving children are as follows:
Jesse., ?F. N., and R. R. Craft of
this cltyj A. J. Craft 61 Newberg-, Ga.;
G. G. t.'naft of iCalbounj Falls, and
four daughters, Mrs. Eva Luny of Bel
ton, Mrs. Lucy Mahoney, Airs. Min
nie Skelton and .Mrs.. Luja Pike,, all
of this city.
An illustrated lecture on the Puna
ma Canal, by one who has lived in
the zone some seven years and is
thoroughly familiar with the subject,
will be delivered Thursday evening
in Chlquola Lodge Knights or Py
thlas hall by Mr. Stacy H-asell. an
Anderson hoy. who is here .1 a short
During his residence in the zone,
during which time he has been in the
postal service, Mr. Russell has taken
a keen Interest in the construction
of the canal. He has studied the
great engineering feat at close range,
and has at his finger tips a multi
tude of facts and flgureB regarding
the big ditch that are not known to
the average resident of the States.
Mr. Russell has made numerous
photos of scenes in the zone, his pic
tures showing all stages of construc
tion from the time Uncle Sam took
hold of the proposition, where the
French had fallen down on the job,
until the first merchantman went
through the canal.
Mr. Russell has transferred a greut
many of his photos to lantern Bildes,
thereby being able to splendidly il
lustrate his lectures. He shows with
his lecture a large amount of data
which ho secured from 'official
sources. Mr. Russell has not gone
Into the lecture field, nut merely con
sented to give his friends In Ander
son the benefit of th? knowledge of
this great undertaking which he has
picked up during his residence In the
The lecture will be given at 8
o'clock, and other Knight of Pythias
in the city are cordially invited to
A delicate operation . In . making
lenses. Properly done, your lenses
fit Into the mounting TIGHT without
strain. Improperly done-' straiu
breaks the lenses.
WE BO IT PROPERLW
Test eyes and fit glasses sclent!li
cally.. Prices *JUMf to $0.00 and up.
We are the only people in Anderson
or Anderson County tltat Grind
Glasses. } '
Lenses duplicated same day as re
M. R. Campbell
Office 112 W. WhHner St.
QUIT LOOMS AGAIN
But Will Return This Morning?Mis
understanding the Cause.
(From Wednesday's Dally).
As a result of their misunderstand
ing the terms of the agreement where
by they returned to work after a
strike Beveral days ago, weavers of
the Equinox Mill did not return to
their looms after the noon hour yes
terday, thereby bringing about closing
down of the plant for the, remainder
of the day.
Mr. Rjootj E. Ligon. general manag-,
or, stated last night that a conference
had been held between representatives
of the mill and the'weavers and the
misunderstanding straightened out;
that the understanding reached was
agreeable to all concerned, and that
the mill would resume work at the
usual hour ibis morning.
AGED WOMAN DIES
Mrs. Jane Queen of TownTille Pusses
TOWN VILLE, Feb. 16.?Mrs. Jane
Queen, a widely known and loved
woman, died at.har home hear Towu
ville yesterday. The funeral Services
were hfeld tiflB afternoon at the
Townville ?aptist church. Rev H. B.
Fant, assisted by Rev. T. C. Ligon
and Rev J. E. Crtm, conducted the
Mrs Queen was eighty-one years of
age For many years she had been a
consistent member of Mt'. Tabor Bap
tist, chuvch. and was widely known
and respected in this portion of An
derson ' County.
Mrs. Queen was twice married;
first to Whit Moore who died during
the War between the States, and next
to Timothy Quee.x who died about
fifteen \years ago; Among, the chil
dren- left to mourn her-loss are B. F.
Moore .of Anderson, M. H. Moore of
Pendlet on. Und J. W. Qu?en, R.
R; H. Queen. G- TV Queon, N.
Queen,: and Mrs.- Rate ?aldwoll.
Make a small deposit each week
in this Financial Stronghold, and
by adding a little each week to
your Bank Account you'll he sur
prised at the rapidity with which
you can accumulate a snug sum?
"Bigs Oaks from little Acorns
GpoavJ^Mf? ?PPtes to our
' : < , Vg!,--&r\ '
Your w?rry will be reduced to a
minimum if you are in a position
to meet all obligations: 'with a
LEEG. HOLLEMAN, President
,i>. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. P. VAN D3 VER, Viee-Pres.
B?e?kley Boildinff, Anderson, S. C.'
When your baby is cross and
fretful Instead of the hpppy, luugh
ing little dear you an* accustomed
to, in all probability the digestion
hos become deranged" and tlio bow
els need attention. Olve it a mild
laxative, dispel the irritability and
bring back the happy co?tent of
The very best laxative for child
ren is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
Bin, because it contains no opiate or
narcotic drug, is pleasant tasting
and acts geutly, but surely, with
out griping or other distress.
Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin at fifty centB and one dol
lar a bottle. For a free trial bot
tle write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
452 Washington St., Montlcello,
Mont (cello, 111b.
o HONEA PATH SCHOOL o
o I o
The boys of the school held a meet
ing lost Thursday for the purpose of
ibrganlsfng their base ball team for
the. approaching season. They elect
ed Olin Tice as their captain with
Johnnie Donald as manager. Most
all of the larger boys of the school
were present at this meeting and a
great deal of interest is being taken
in this branch of athletics. They
will begin at the earliest date pob
'j .ie enrollment number In the Cen
trat high school is 131, making a total
enrollment of 401. The total average
attendance for lust "month wub 323.
Thirty per cent -of the pupils In the
Central school made the honor roll
for the month ending February C.
We were entertained in chapel Fri
day morning by an interesting talk
from the superintendent on the life of
St. Valentino and "how St. Valen
tine's day should be observed." also
by a valentine song, which wus very
sweetly sung by live little girls, from
the lower grades.
The high school literary society
held its regular meeting last Friday
afternoon and the following program
was rendered :
Song by the society. Massa's In the
Debate, Resolved, That the Bovb
can do more than the girls for the
uplift of II one a Path.
' Affirmative, Lawton Hanks.
Negative, Lldie Coats, Hattie and
Bertha Shirley and Raute Jtopcr.
Reading, Lydi? Shirley.
Current Events, Sibyl Traynham.
Jokes. Malcolm Erwin.
Essay, Sam Callhham.
Music; Llcwlee French.
- Song] by Boclety, Sweet and Low.
Several of the teachers from thjs
place attended the teachers meeting
at Anderson Saturday.
Mesdames L. M. Wilson and J. L.
French'visited the school Friday. We
are always glad to have the parents
visit cur school, as it makes ub feol
that we are doing something worth
while to see them Interested in our
slew his wife
AND CUT himself
C. R. Alexander of Pelxer Lodged in
Jail on Serious Charge.
(From Wednesday's Dally).
Charged with having murdered his
wife", by severing her throat with' n
sharp knife or razor, C. A. Alexander,
an employee of Pelfcer Cotton Mill
No. 4, Ib occupying a call at the county
jail, and is himself In a dangerous
condition, as he slashed his own
throat with the same weapon.
About 9 o'clock yesterday morning
Sheriff Ashley was notified over the
telephone by officers .at Pelzer of the
fearful incident, and the former .in
structed the officers to bring the -pris
oner to And?rsoii. Alexander was
brought here oa the 1 o'clock interur
When seen at the jail yesterday by!
a; representative of The Intelligencer,
Alexander could scarcely utter a
syllable on account, of the self in
flicted-wound In h la throat. Through
officers of .the jail, who had heard
Alexander give his version of the
trouble before.his throat got in such
condition that he could scarcely talk,'
something of the details of the crime
So revolting are. the details" of the
crime the man Is charged with having
committed and. so nauseating is the
story he gives as the explanation of
the crime, those of. more refined sen
sibilities would not caro to hear them.
Alexander stated that he and his wife
separated last Monday afternoon, and
that about 6'?'?lock she returned to
the house'to get her belongings, when
a quarrel ensued, And he, in a lit of
anger, slashed her throat with a .razor
j and then stabbed himself In the throat.
! The man ; states that his wife
I acknowledged to him ehe had had re
lations with her sister's husband, and
that tftis t<* what brought about the
mhb.w? j/wiluams de ab
Sinter of Dr. johr. M. Wilson of Lan*
[' der College.
;r. ;', r -n- ?
Mrif?. J. Williams, aged 166 years,
died af her Old home in Berkeley
County last ^Wednesday morning. \
SheVwas' rhe youngest sister of Dr*
John 0/ Willsbn.. president of : Lander
College; at Greenwood.
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Fl?e From Portland.
PORTLAND, .Me., Feb. 16?Five
.freight-steamers with cargoes includ
ing nearly 1,000,000 bushels of grain
have left this port for England, and
Scotland since- February 6 and are
due- to be within, the German war
Sn? 'atout' the British isles on or af
r February ib:*;- Orte passenger
Btcamcr, th? Zeelasd, Is scheduled to
arrive at Liverpool tomorrow night.
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We are now having Very spring-like
weather mooted ont to us af> our por
tion. We hoar some saying. "It can't
hiBt;" others are calling pretty day.
with their Southern balniy In'eeze.
Weather breeders?"These days may
not last," liowover. we are very grate
ful for the ones just enjoyed. There
has been much going ami coming dur
ing this "spell" of pretty weather.
Many farmers have come into town,
numbers of them for supplies, while a
few huve brought loads of haled hay,
some with cotton, one now and then
with a beef cow and we have noticed
a few with eggs and chickens, which
goes to prove that tin /armors are
not dead (it was just the bad roads
which Uont thorn from town during
January) nor or they depending en
tirely upon Mr. Cotton. This loads
us up to the meeting of the Oakland
Jersey breeders association at Wash
ington's school house, east of Pelzer.
Friday afternoon. It seems that groat
good was accomplished at this meet
ing. A number of prominent men
were present. Among them were:
Brof. Hare, (the government's chicken
man) of Greenville. Prof. .Mason, tthe
government's cow man) of Clemson
College, Mr. Sheeley. the Southern
Reive wuys corn and pig club man.
and a Georgia visitor who has charge
of demonstration work In Ceorgla. Au
egg route was established u long with
the cream route. This will mean a
boom to the farmers now und espec
ially so when they get busy on the
farm; also-when the local ogg mar
ket becomes glutted. Late In the
afternoon the above mentioned asso
ciation adjourned with the expecta
tion of meeting once a month regular
ly. They were promised fullest
amount of help und. cooperation from,
the government and S. Rnilwaymen.
Another event which was muchly
before the eyes of our people this
week was the Informal social given
by the West Pelzer high school girls
in the school auditorium Wednesday
evening, 7:30 to it o'clock. A number
of visitors were present, and there
wore games in which both the young
am. old joined and mingled their hap
py laughter. The old blu?* back ?pol
ier carried the older ones back to
the old log school' house that stands
upon the hill. This old time spelling
match was greatly enjoyed. Mr. Thom
as .McElroy (the oldest man present)
won the box of candy for standing
up the longest. Some others of the
bygone school days, who partook of
this childhood pleasure were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Garrett and Mrs. L. Padget.
The piano which the improvement
association has just had put in the
West Pelzer school auditorium is
quite a delight to Miss Brabham, the
music. teacher, as well us to the
school children who have been so an
xious to take piano lessons.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Tripp spent last
Sunday night and Monday here as the
guest of their son and family. Dr.
Tripp ran ov\jr to Anderson on nn
early xiar Moday morning, returning
bore on the noon car. <
John Scott spent several days this
week with friends in Greenville. He
returned here Friday morning.
Mrs. M. D. Sullivan and children
came up from Sumter last week. They
Joined Dr. Sullivan, who is spading a
while with his uroiher, Harold Sul
Miss Cleo Welborn of WIlHamston
v.-as the guest of' her cousins. Misses
Felecla and Margaret Welborn of this
place Wedne?day night.
. On last Wednesday afte'/noon the
two popular teachers of East View
were calling on friends hi town.
Mrs. R. L. Snipes had as her guest
her sister. Miss Janette Haynie of
Greenville this week.
.Mr. Ben Martin of Ensley 'spout
Wednesday night hero with friends.
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Tripp visited
homcfolks in the. PIsgal section last
Thursday night.. .
Esquire W. F. Lee ol the Fj. F. D. :
No. 1 Piedmont was a business visitor
In town last week. The esquire has
many friends here, who are always
glad to have him In their midst, even
if for a few houra only.
Mr. Tom Long of Piedmont spent
last Thursday and Friday in town. .
Mr.'Will Johnson, a farmer on the
Anderson side was in town on busi
Mr. W. J. Sheeley of Greenville was
here In behalf of the Weet Pelzer corn
club last Monday.
The rrlends .Of Mr. and Mrs; WI1
lingham are welcoming them here. Mr.
Wlllingham and family havo just come
to Pelzer from Will lain s ton.
Another business visitor 'In town
thi3 week was Mr. Win. Tollisou of
the White Plains section.
Mr. R. S. Garrett of* Greenville Ib
spending a while ' here with his
Quite a number our people are' en
Joying their automobiles these pretty
Mrs. J. Y. Jones' friends were de
lighted to see her out Thursday af
Misses - Annie Belle and Janlo
Strickland spent Wednesday night
with Miss Mildred Harrison.
We were jerked up, so to speak, out
of our midwinter revterse and made to
realize (from the number of hearts we
saw flying around) that it was the
middle of February. Who can realize
lt-^anyway the little god 'of love Is
noyer too soon, nor too late, hence
It must, be so.
- Mies Koto Ellis of WilllSmstou was
In town Saturday, 13th lust.
LANStNG, Mlo.h.i Feb. lO.-rMIchl
g?n Democrats nominated by accla
mation a ticket for the spring electlor
sun endorsed in most emphatic terms
the administration of President Wil
son at?thclr sti.te convention here'to
day. The platform adopted ' com
mended the stand of President Wilson
on the ship - purchase hill und de
nounced the Republican -' opposition
to the measure as being un-American
and against American prosperity, The
platform pledged President Wilson the
Support of the Michigan delegation
for rcnomfnatioh anil reelection.
S-'-.'iVV-.'i . 1 ; ,f : v.'-'V ' > - . . "
BIG BARN AT IVA IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Structure Belonged to S. M. Me
Adams?Losa Between $800
The large modern barn of Mr. S.
M. McAdants. ut Iva wus hurned last
Friday night at 9:30 o'clock, entailing
a Iobs CHtimuted to bo between $S00
Two buggies and a largo quantity
of feed stuff wore the only coutents
u? Liu: hu ilii in k Siuriitti. Mr. Mr
Adams was not at homo at the time
the fire occurred, but neighbors In
formed him that when they discov
ered the tiro Hie Haines wore bursting
out of the loft.
A small amount of insurance on
the property wus carried by the Citi
zens Insurance agency of this city,
but not anything like enough to cover
the amount of the.loss.**
Detter be safe than sorry?Wille It
P. Sloan, Insurance.
MOUNTAIN VIEW SCHOOL
Honor Holl for Mountain View School
December 191 i.
Fourth grade?James Orr, Ada
Sixth grade?.1. P. Campbell, Elaine
Ninth grade?Alvyn Scott, May
Fourth grado?James. Orr. Ada
Keith, .1. C. Durgess, Sampson Bur
gess, Hassle Myrtle Gallllurd.
Sixth gi ide?J. P. Campbell, Blaino
Keith. Fn-.nk Orr. Eugene Hammond.
Eighth grade?Luther Campbell.
Ninth gradi??Maybess Campbell.
SENECA, Feb. 16.?Mrs. Hnttle P.
Winsborough of Atlanta, the super
intendent of the woman's auxiliary,
of the Southern Presbyterian church,
made an addiess in the Presbyterian
church ut this place to quite a large
gathering of interested ladies from
this place and Burrouudlng towns,
Mr. T. E. Stribllng happened to a
very painful accident yeBterday af
ternoon when he fell on the floor of
his store and sustained a broken
thigh. Mr. Stribllng was In a playful
mood and was engaged in a play with
some of his boy friends when he
fell in Borne unexplained way with
the above result, while his injury is
not serious, it Ib nevertheless pain
ful, and he will necessarily be layed
up for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. (?. W. Olgnilllut anil
daughter. Miss Sue, left .Monday for an
extended trip to South 'Flo-Ida.
Mrs. Dr. D. P. Thompson left Tues
day tor n v!bU to her brother, Mr.
John Livingston, of South West Geor
Mrs. John Cory of Greenville, is now
visiting relatives of this place.
Mrs. .MathiEon and Miss Virgie Nor
ds of Westminister attended the wo
men's meeting here at the Presby
terian church Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Joliu Livingston. G, W. Bel
longer and Rev. I. E. Wallace left to
dny at noon for Charlotte. N. C.
whore they will attend the convention
of the laymen's missionary move
ment which meets in that city Febru
ary. 14-16. The party was joined hero
by Rev. J. E. Wallace of Westminis
Mr. W. S. Hunter has returned from
the northern markets, where he has
been to purchase spring and summer
goods for 'lis store here. Mr. Hunter
Is optimistic over, the outlook for
spring business and bought liberally
of the season's offerings.
Mr. Paul E. Frederick of Walhalla,
wao.in Seneca for a few hours Sat
Mrs. John D. Davis was among
those In the city from Walhalla Fri
Mr. Chas. T. Gainer., in charge of
the Southern Freight office of Central,
was In the city Monday.
Mrs. C. L. Mooney Las returned to
her home In Greenville, after visiting
at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sanders here.
Miss Ines'Grant, of Madison spent
the week-end here with her parents.
Mrs. and MIsb Grant were shoppers
in Anderson Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C Sheppard of
Charlotte are . visiting the hitter's
parents, Mr. ?nd Mrs. M*. A. Wood of
Mr. J. Weatley Head, who conducts
a merchandise business at Salem, in
the upper part of the county, was In
the City Friday.
. Miss Ellen Duncan, In charge of the
school at the Westminister cotton
mill, was In Seneca Friday on her
way to West Union, where she visited
her parents for the week-end. Miss
Duncan has been in charge. of the
school at Westminister for several
yesr*. and Is one of the most com
petent s young ' lady teachers in the
WOrM) REQUIRE DOCTORS
TO BE EXAMINED
CHICAGO, Feb. W.?Laws that will
require intermittent medical examina
tion even from praetltlonors of yearn
stantllnp- worn suggested In a report
today to the convention of the Amer
ican -Medical association*
"It is difficult to iraise the standard
of practitioners who' have been, at
work for many years," Bald Dr. Hor
ace D. Arnold of Harvard University,
who read, ?he report. VYea those doc
tors, should be examined from time to
lime to see ir they are keeping up with
the times.". r
Wisdom Demands a Bank Account
A bank account teaches, helps, and encourages you to save so as
to increase your balance.
It also gives you the convenience of paying bills by check?
the simplest and best method as well as the safest, as your checks be
comes the receipt for the debt.it pays.
We oner you absolute security and the most convenient systefh.'
of handling your money. V"
We pay interest on deposits.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
The Farmers Loan &. Trust Co.
o Itetires From Dlunioml. o
o PHILADELPHIA. Fob. HJ.? o
o "Home Hun" Buker, Htnr (bird <>
u baseman of (ho Philadelphia u
i> Americun League baseball loam, o
o has decided to retire from the o
o diamond, and will not appear o
o with the team next season, ac- u
o cording to an announcement o
o made bore tonight by Manager n
o Connie Mack, ut a dinner of the o
o Philadelphia Sporting Writers' o
a association. o
o Baker last year signed n throe- o
0 your contract with the Athletics, o
THREE CASES OF
All Have Ended Fatally?-Surgeon
Gen. Blue Approved Measure
For Fighting Disease
FOR THE BOWELS
Give "Candy Cathartic" for a bad
cold, sour stomach,
Get a 10-cont box now.
Most of the ills of childhood arc
caused by a sour, disordered stomach,
sluggish liver and constipated bowels.
They catch cold easily, become cross,
listless, irritable, feverish, restless,
tongue coated, don't cat or sleep well
and need a gentle cleansing of the
bowel??but don't try to force a naus
eating dose of oil Into the little one's
already sick stomach?it Is cruel,
needless and old-fashioned.
Any child will gladly take Cascarets
Candy Cathartic which act gently?
never gripe or produce the slightest
uneasiness?though cleanse the little
one's system, sweeten the stomach
and put the liver and bnwelH In a pure,
Full directions for children and
grown-ups In each package.
Mothers can rest easy after giving
this gentle, thorough laxative which
costs only 10 cents a box at any drug
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1G.?oitrgoon
General Blue, of the public health
service, today approved measures for
lighting bubonic plaguo outbreak in
Havana suggested by cable by Sur
geon Glergerio Gultcras. who was
sent from Key West to investigate. ..
There have boon three human cuses
of the plague reported, all of them
ending fatally, according to .the dis- ,
patch from Surgeon Gulteras. who ad-,.
dod: "Ftccoramend following tnensurori'
in addition to those now In force: All
vessels for American ports to bo'dls-c
Infected prior to departure, provld
vided that regular lines of operating
in opou boy or from & rat-proof
whrjrf and all antl-rnt precautions'
taken will be fumigated once a month.
Freight cars should be Inspectod be
fore bel?g loaded on ferry."
: . mitt
WHEELING. W. Va., Feb. 10.?An
nouncement that Theodore Roosevelt
had been summoned to appear before
the congressional subcommittees in
vestigating charges against Federal
Judge Aston G. Dayton, was made
late today by United States Marshal
Edward Smith. The committee heard
many witnesses today and held a ses-,
siou tonight that It might go to Wash
ing to hear the former president
Figures Given Out by Winston
Spencer Churchill, First Lord
LONDON. Feb. 16.?(6:45 p. m.)~
Replying In the house df commons to
day to a request for details regard- .
ing the total British naval casualties "'-t
since the outbreak of the war, Winston -
Spencer Churchill, the first lord of tbe\iU':
admiralty, gave these figures: <
Killed, 348 officers and 5,812 mehr <
Wounded. 45 officers and 532 men..
MlEslng. 8 officers and 5 men. ii?$*'fl
To thia list Mr. Churchill, said.,, l
should be added the casualties of the,
first royal naval division; which pat1- "-W
tlclnated In tho defense of Antwerp, .*.'
which were: .. .1 .: ...
Killed, 5 officers and 36 men., .' * ,
Wounded, 4 ofllcers and 184 men.
Missing. 7 ofllcers and 308 men. '
Interned, 39 officers and 1,524 men' tJ
Thaw Trial March 1.
NEW YORK, Feb. 16.?The trial of
Harry K. Thaw on charge or con
spiracy was set today for March I. It
previously had been set for Febru
ANNUAL MEETING! OF
CHOftCH MEN'S CLUB
OfflcerH Elected For Ensuing 'Yeurj
Was Enjoyable Affair. .
The annual meeting of the Church
man's Club, held last night with Mr.
J. J. Tr-owbrldge, at his home on West
Franklin street, was one of the moBt
enjoyable- sessions of this organiza
tion that has been held.
: This being the time for election of
officers the following wore chosen:
president, O. Cullen Sullivan; vice
president, Nardin Webb; secretary
and treashrer, Baylus Maxwell. The
retiring officers are: president, Gen
M. L. Bonham; vice president, P. A
Whaley; secretary and treasurer,
Harold Webb, deceased.
The topic for discussion last night
was "The Religious Aspect of Present
Relut tons Between the United States
Germany and Great Britain." . The
discussion was thoroughly Interesting
and enjoyable throughout.
Among the LurIucbb matters trans
teied was the appointing of a com
u!ttee to draft resolutions with ref
erence to the death of Harold Webb,
who served.the club so efficiently and
faithfully as secretary and treasurer.
Arrangements for Artay?Savr
NEW YORK, Feb. 16.?All arrange
monts were completed here today to
hold tho 1915 Army-Navy football
game at the'Polo grounds, on No
vember 27. / Conditions were agreed
on Ht ? conference, attended by Colonel
C. D. Wllcox. Captain D.. I. Sultan
and Lieutenant c. B. Meyer of West
Point: Commanders A. P. FairfieM
and B. Gannon of Annapolis, and
President H. N. HempsteaJ and Sec
retary John B. Foster .ot the New York
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