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L REUNION PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
At the PALMETTO THEATRE as Follows:
CONFEDERATE Vt; I ER ANS REUNION-Special feature oj thc recent Reunion al Jacksonville.
THE BATTLE OF VERA CRUZ -One of the latest Mexican War pictures.
BURYING THE DEAD MARINES -Showing the burying oi the dead marines killed in the Battle
of Vera Cruz.
HIE INDIANA HONOR Kalem Drama.
This program should appeal to all Veterans. See the difference in wai lat e now and what
it was in the Sixties.
.< >W IN I OUR BIO REELS. This is one pf the Greatest War Dramas
e M reen. Deputiiu; in the most realistic manner, one ol the Great Battles
I HE BA I IEE Ul S
ever shown on
ol the Civil War.
THE WINNER WINS. Vitatfraph;--Drama. ,
THE BATTLE OF SHILOH is one o! histoiic fame, and has been enacted into movies
near as possible, taking standard history lot the scenes as they appear.
DON'T MISS rr.
TUB MAN THAT PUT THE MOVK BX MOVI KS
FIRST, LAST ANO ALWAYS
Consider the fact -that we ?"il
ii hoes and Bhoe* only-every minute
of our time ia given to this one line.
In selecting our linea we strain
every point to get Just exactly what
will be the best and anppol moat ??
our good people. Being In touch
with those bent manufacturers we are
tn a position at all timen to give you
what in best.
ANOTHER POINT-In our store
you will find men who will flt you and
take paine in selling you the shoes
os will best suit you. The Bhoc for
tho occasion ls our "Hobby."
WE APPRECIATE YOCR BUSI
NESS whether large or small and try
to reciprocate by a fair and squera
dna! to all.
UNDER MASONIC TEMP L F
Shoes That Satisfy^*
Last Appeal by Frank.
1 Atlanta. May 25.-An appeal to the
supreme court of Oeorgia for a aew
trial for Loo M, Frank on the cbargo
of having murdered fourtesh year old
Mary .'hagan ts expected to be maae
here tomorrow. It witt be the last day
on which the action, batee upen th?
. ian y i l^is/sM?Ste? dori-! ci thc
exiraordlojsjrjup.ptioii for a new hear
. Ke*?athV fu.* In Dead.
Budapest, May 25.-Francis Kossuti
son of the great Hungarian patrio
died here today at tba age of 73. H
had been an Invalife&rjpany roonthi
Immediately after .Kossuth *? daat
his widow attempt*J. to comm?t su
eldo by taking poison/' Her conditio
ls considered aerioun.
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* ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS *
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* Items of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the *
* Wirelesa on the Streets of Anderson *
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(?en. Walker Net Three Theatres
To Be Present. To Open Earlier.
General regret is felt an.! exore*sed There will De no took of nnm?.
ull over Anderson because or the faet mT1 during the two days of tho
that Gen. Irvine c. Walker of Sum- ( onfederato reunion ii the three mn
morville cannot be present for the Hon picture showo of thc eity can pro
days of the reunion. There is no yent it The shows are a" never
more distinguished veteran in the siiig^that they will open at 1:30 In
State than Gen. Walker and many tlie afternoon on both Wednesday and
had hoped that he would be here. The Thursday anf a continuous perform
Chamber of Commerce wired him on ??ice 2"] ?? ?ITN, ?VT\ THAT TINIC UN"
yesterday morning, asking that he midnight. Splendid war pictures
try and como and that much disap- nave been cecured by all the shows
pointment was occasioned last night, and thrilling scenes will be witness
when a telegram was received from *d by hundreds of veterans.
Gen. Walker In which he said that lt ? i ?
was a regret of lils lifo that he could "?r
not be present and that he was deeply AJ"e H<,re* ,,
grieved because he could not accept Tne shipment o? relics from Belton
the flattering invitation. wh"* was sent to Anderson for the
? reunion by Alden Smith, arriveu in
Anderson People the ^ty yesterday and this morning
Fond of lee Ten. they .will be carefully unpacked and
? ?..U...1. . . *_ ""_?" "," placed In tho windows of the Moore
l?ld?y?fAioS ?TandPTfPihnt u W?BOD Company. Thia is by for the
lilJ^nX vn?i ?w most interesting collection Or arma
not the case they don t? know-_what. . ^ Been m AndcrBpa aud tho pe<)ple
they want to buy. Walter H. Keese, . )Jh ,t ... "" v. u th ..jn^.
toa zweier, advertised in The IntoW tiMnci ^?^y^JiT^
llgencer several days ago and one or f~ . . 0
two mofO papers that he would offer ?n<iHM>fnik<"' *r?
for sale on Monday. 100 dosen ice tea ri>Kfi? liailv
Y?av ?fr Kee^SirtedThelale Eve^ tr"ln ?to* ,nto AodeT"
Jo ?RTX.?T?UXW? t"f"T "KS,> ?I yesterday brpugM e. number of "honic
at 9 o'clock and long beforo night he JOLKR.F and alninat geling
had sold the entire ahlpmcnt oj tne mcn ma Anders?n theJr h *
.??^?2?^Jr^lSvJ^SL W?mn have arranged to spend
?KL' Ze,Z L, h?? Wednesday and Thursday here. They
Si "Sn'; B|?d2?S? MrP K5?; are h?re fop the rcun?on and each
era coming In person ?ceje and ^ f tn ", d
??yti?*l??,?n?,0tS?? ?f'fi?SS o erything possible to make the reun
convhiee anyone that lt does pay to ,on a 8UCC^8H and to.mako overy clt.
aavenise. Izen feel, before he leaves the city.
Wonderful Work as8^6"011 18 ""i8 T?WD" M WO"
pone In Scbool 88 ?1Bf8- 0
Wonderful work has been done by An Uprising of
the negro schools of Anderson during All the Negroes,
the past year and If there is any one it 8eemed yesterday that there war.
skeptical concerning this matter tho an uprising of the negroes in Ander
proof. is easy to be had. An inspec- 30n county. People passing along
tlon of the Reed Btreet public school Main street saw swarms of negroes In
(colored) yesterday afternoon show- every direction and for a time lt was
ed that the Industrial department Of feared that a race riot or something
that school did well. The exhibits 0f the kind waa in progress. Thin
of plain and fancy sewing, pillow- wa8 Q mistake. It was found upon
making, qullt-making. etc., were all ex- investigation that the Anderson negro
tremely good and the broom factory baseball team and the Greenville team
for the boys of the school was a rove- were scheduled for a set-to and the
latlon. There are few people ac- i-.warm arising on Main street was
qualnted with the splendid work nothing more nor lesa that the "root
that the sefaool 1B doing, and ors" accompanying the team to Green
it would pay many of the white peo- ville.
pie to tkke a trip to this school and -?-o
see what is being done. Interesting Anderson Mea
closing exercises were held in this fi ? 4*mm-tmr
achool yesterdayjmernoon. AndersonHeiegatea from the lodge
Wlmj._. 4" of Knights of Pythias to Un Orand
? Lodge, in session today and tomor
Pretty Sight. row at Chester, will leave this morn
Anderson merchants hr.ve taken ad- ing for the meeting tb take part
vantage of the Confederate reunion The fpllowlu* are the delegatos from
to stage some splendid advertise- cuiquola Lodge: C. E Trlbblo T S
raehts. The windows of the various Cray ton. J. H. Craig. J. R Marshall'
stores are aglow with things dealing umj g. M. Wolfe. '
with the Confederate and sbm? uni- Q
que and interesting sights are to be *".!.,_,.._ Uam
aeon in Several of the show windows. "?J
Worthy of special mention is the win- ? Battle.
dow of Brans' Pharmacy No. 1. and Rutledge Osborne, formerly of An
the Olympia Ice Cream parlor has also derson; and Houston Manning of Lat
ttrranged a most attractive display ta, non of Senator J. H. Manning of
for the week. Dillon county, were beset by some
o , rowdies on their way to their rooms
Gaffney Ledge at W'offord College Saturday night,
rfcoo*e? Del?gales and one nf the Spartanburg boys was
At a recent meeting of the Oaffnoy knifed severely. The college boyo
Lodge No. 1308 B. P. O. Elks aa el- bave been complaining for sometime
ectlon wa? held to decide upon dele- ?' balag rocked in the dark places by
gates to represent the Gaffney lodge taG to*n boya,
at the State convention of the order, 1 ??. o-11 1
which ls to take place this yeer in Tenant House
Anderson. June 17 and 18. The Gaff- Was DeetreyedV
ney Lodge elected the following dele- A tenant bouse on the plantation of
?gate?: Ed. H. DeCamp. C. C,'.Rob> lutlur Dean was entirely destroyed by
[blas. W. George Hays. William Bell, tim yesterday morning. The planta
' and Watson Bell.. Aside from these tlon ta locatsd just beside the railroad
five delegate* the Gaffney Lodge will track and tho most plausible theory 1
tend probabty SS or 30 other lepre- Is that the house caught :rom ? spark
sontatlves of the "Hello Bill" organl- from a passing engine. Before any
~ teflon to take part tn the delibera- help could be summoned the bouse
. tiona of the State association. Gaff- was burned to the ground. torsther
ney will come fully attired In their with practically all the furniture. ,
white and purple uniforms. <q r j
i o** wm T?i?S?li
*. Weat Tonight. Straying Cow; ,
t. Notice has been Issued by those Welch ia a well known Ander-]
* who are to compose the choir for the "p0 n*n be Urea on Hast Orr street.,
, Veterans' Concert that a rehearsal 8o far. so good, but now comes tho
r will be held tonight at 6 o'clock at rob. Mr. Welch alco owns an old
b Beuna Vlrta Park end eveTy member black j-ow. and tb.at Jersey ls the blg
I- la arced to be present as this will be teat fool ever eeen Itt Anderson about
M tse nua? reboanwi ?ui? iii p?ac= fer wandering from tba pateftial hearth.
,. j he rendition of the music will be cou- > She won't stay at home if there ia
H^HfU? tonight. janv ekanc? tc s?? sr..i long ?go,
PALMETTO THEA TRE .'.
I - - PROGRAM - -
(Two reel Drama)
Featuring, VAN DYKE BROOKE, LEO DEL?N??Y and NORMA TAL
Old Reliable suffered ten years in prison for a crime of which his1 employer's
son is guilty. His sentence ended, the real culprit 3s discovered, and
"OLD RELIABLE" is reinstated to his old / position in the confi
dence of his employer. <; f - * I
"The Girl, the Cop, the Burglar"-Essanay Comedy.
"Romance of the Northwest" and "Taming Terrible Ted,"-Lubin
4 BIG REELS E V E RY DAY - - 10c.
THE MAN THAT PUT THE -MOVE" IN MOVIES.
Mr. Welch, to his sorrow has become. I
acquainted with this fact.' Not long i
ago Mr. Welch advertised In The In
telligencer: 'Strayer, That same old
black cow." Now last night abe again
telligencer in frantic hi
telephoned to thc Intelligencer, "'That
d***?d old black cow is gone again."
If any body In Anderson seas her they
will confer a favor upon Mr. Welch by
throwing her down and holding her
until he can get t'.ifcre.
Broke Illa. Arm.
Anderson people\will regret to learn
that N. B. Sullivan. -Jr., fell from a
tree at his home in Anderson Sunday
afternoon and broke one bf hjs wrists.
Medical assistance, waa aumhi'oncd and
the hone set and yesterday it was said
that he Was doing nicely.
5 horse power, with step
starter. Only $210.00.
L. L. Harris, Agent,
BELTON, 8. C.
We Want You
"TOWN AND COUNTRY"
Pniiit. It covers more, sur
face looks better and .wears
longer than the "jest as .
Anderson Paint and
Biecidey Bldg. Phone ?47
5c each, 25c per 6
10c each, 25c per 3
ANDhtiSON FLORAL GO.
&S8 Marshall A veeaa
Prober* of RorHm Telara ph
t nestor-u inversai}
i Today iv. t resa rarposos.
Two Children Killed lu Anio.
Burlington, Iowa. May 25.-Two
I children of Fred Luetger were killed
? here tonight, when a horse struck by
libe aMtomoniiA m ??tcr. they vere
[riding was thrown into the tonnen;
LUCILE LOVE THE Ol UL OF HTS.
GOLD SEAL,-Series No. 4 of this
thrilling serial story that has set the
whole world to wondering whut will
happen next. Great lions play a part
In this picture. The most^thrilling
scene is where sha plunges headlong
into a large pit while dashing through,
the Jungle on on her horae.
Featuring Oraco Cunard and Francis
ROLL YOUR, PRAliWT,
POWERS-Comedy with Wallace
Coming tomorrow "Anthers ef the
Nerta" 2 reel Rex with Bob Lenard
and H ?.?..ri Bucham,
doming Thursday '?The flirt of the
Kenny .South" 4 rel special war fea
Coming Friday ?The Sutton's Peril"
2 reel 101 Bison with Wim. Clifford
and Marie Waieamp.
Coming Saturday *f? Rea rt h ef i he
Spider Gang" a thrilling . detective
story. ) 1 . . v
-OUT OF THE NIGHT"-Dsssiso
Special TWO Reel Drama.
aA FLURRY IN ?IAT8"-Benair.
Comedy Drama, featuring Harry
Pollard and M?';?tt?6 Flacher.
"PRfOAY, THE 'THIRTEENTH*
*THF. PALL OF CONSTAMTIKDPLE"
Special 3 part Gaomont Feature.
Mutual Movies Make time Fiw.
1 '??1 ?'? -""''j" '. S?'JIU ? ?_Li"r
(Harry Fltxpfttlch sae 20 grooms
are handling the ponies that efe being
used In the.practise gamas.at Lake
wood for the International polo match,
ea in June. The Polo Association has
rathered a remarkable string of hortl
es: With ona or two exceptions every
one of the mannte that played tn last
year's matches' are ?gain available for
practise matches, and many of them
?rv expscnm tv ?aase pam ia the eshm