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Here lt ls In Black and White
THREE MORE DAYS
The reductions we offer Today, Tomorrow and Saturday can't be touched. The very best Shoes made by
the very ?est manufacturers are offered at prices amazingly low.
i>6.ou Shoes, this Sale
5.5o Shoes, (his Sale.4.25
5.?0 Shoes, ti?is Sale.
4.00 Shoes, this .Sale
3.5 o Shoes, this Sale
?6.00 Shoes, this Sale.$3.95
5.00 Shoes, this Sale.3.75
4.00 Shoes, this Sale.2.95
3.50 Shoes, this Sale..2.95
3.00 Shoes, this Sale.2.75
S2.50 Shoes, this Sale. . . . ..$1.95
2.00 Shoes, this Sale.1.55
1.75 Shoes, this Sale.'.. .. 1.40
1.50 Shoes, this Sale.? . . 1*15
1.25 Shoes, this Sale.80
These prices only good for the rest of the week. None charged or seat on approval
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE
SHOES THAT SATISFY
i ELECTRIC CIT"
* ' ._
* Items of Interest and Persone
* Wireless ?o th? St
Meeting Will Be
While a representative ot Th? In
telligencer was, unable yesterJay to
get in touch with Mr. Jas. P. Ham
mett, chairman of the retiring execu
tive committee ot the Chamber of
Commerce, inquiry at the offices of
the organisation was to the effect that
it is likely that a meeting of the new
hoard of directors will be held in the
next few days, when the new oxecu- ;
tire committee will bo elected, which .
Will then aelect ita own chairman. The
board of directors will also probably ;
at this meeting select the other offl- !
eera of the association. Much Inter- j
eat ls naturally Oeing manifested by
the membership in this meeting, sines
lt will be the first meeting of the hew
James Hunter was brought to tho
etty yesterday from Witllamston by.
Chief ot Police Nelson of that place to
be cent to the cheingang to serve a
10 days sentence for "hoboing." Hun
ter was tried in wiUianwton yester
day morning and fine $15 or SO days.
Mr. Richard* Retara*
Te North Dakota.
Edward II. Richards, who is to be
the manager of the Grain Elevator
Company now in process of organi
sation here. left Anderson tnis morn
ing for Willow City. North Dakota. ?
He will stop ec route at Chicago and
8t- Paul to confer with machinery
manufacturers. He state? , before
leaving thia morning, when interview
ed by an Intelligencer reporter, that
, he waa particularly wen pleased
with the prospects and that he will
return here on or about March 15 or .
April 1. Plans are now being pre- !
pared for the plant, which will bei
fully modern and up-to-date, and ready
for bualnsss by the middle of next
_JJ ".Si?HWM J-"...J... 1 ..." 'ii
?r SPARKLETS .
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
? 3& fy fy fy fy fy. fy fy ^ fy fy
Mr. H. O. Evaus
Returns te City.
"The South ls not the only part ot
the country that ls In a bad condi
tion," said Mr. B. O. Evans, yesterday
morning after bia ?return from a trip
to the north. "The conditions in oth
er parts of the country are almost ah
bad as they are' in the South, and
South Carolina is not the worst State
in the Union for the poor saan." Mr.
Evans says that he made some ex
haustive inquiries while in the North,
and found that tho conditions that
now exist in tho South are not pecu
liar to this region. "I met a great
many merchants from all partH of the
country and from what I could gath
er, we can do Just as well in Ander
son ns anywhere aise."
A new street car has been received
tn Anderson from Ute city of Char
lotte. This car is exactly the same !
lp style and eke aa the pay-as-you- ?
enter cars that are now tn operation
is th?*.city- Thar? ia need in Char
lotte for a larger car, and thia ls be
ing done, putting iu the larger cars,
and taking out the small ones. This
car has only been In operation for a
few weeks and ts in first class shape.
For King Plows.
An order baa beea placed with tho
Anderson Machine & Foundary Com
pany for the immediate construction
of 200 King's special plows, for March
delivery. These machines are finding
a-ready market over the country, and
aince they are made *u Anderson, lt
ia especially interesting locally to
know that the market for same con
tinues to expand.
Sheriff J. A. McCordy ofDeKalb
ALL THIS WEEK
McLeod & McDonald Musical
Comedy Co. present
A Very Fanny Varee Cataoty.
MOVIES FOR TODAV
A Two Real Thajxhauejr,
'THE RECORD BREAKER*'
County, Qa., arrived In the city yes
terday to take tn charge Lee Brady,
an escaped convict fron, the State
tann chaingang at Clnrkovllle, Ga.,
who waa captured in the Anderson
mill Tuesday hy members of the lo
cal police force. Sheriff McCurQy will
return to Georgia with bis prisoner
OPERA HOUSE READY
BY FEBRUARY 14TH
Contractors Confident Budding
Wm Be Completed by That
'I expect to be ready to turn over
the opera house to the owners about
the 14th of February, complete In csv
cry detail" said Mr. Jas. Rooney, local
representative of S. W. Atkinson &
Co., of Richmond, general contractors
on the building today. "My plans ere
to remove the scaffolding Monday,
and I have notified) the . American
Seeing Co. to be ready to place the
chairs Monday; and have also notified
the Jno. A. Servas Scenic Studios Co.
of Rochester to he ready to place ?JO
scenery Tuesday. It will take about a
week to put in the scenery and about
six oaya to piare the seats." i
Mr. Rooney's rapid work on this
building bas won the admiration of all
Andersonians. He began work leas
than Ave months ago, and has had
about the mest disagreeable!weather
to work under Anderson has seen Ju
many yearB. Notwithstanding all this,
never has a building been built so
quickly, and to better satisfaction of
the owners, who are known to be de
lighted with the building.
.! Mr. Bleich is expected here Monday
or Tuesday, and will then begin ar
ranging for the formal opening ot the
handsome building. He will bring
his family with him.
TO GIVE AID
Governor Manning Writes an
Open tetter to County
Sheriff Ashley has received a let
ter from Governor Richard I. Man
ning;, ln which the aid of the sheriff
is requested. The letter ls the same
as hus been sent to all parts ot the
State, and a copy ot which has been
received by every sheriff. lo this let
ter the campaign promise ot Mr. Man
ning ia recalled, and the d?termina
tion on the part of the governor to
stick up to this and the request of thr>
^vernor on the county officers. ~T?I
Following is the letter:
"In my Inaugurai address I stated
that 1 wpuld expect the law officers
of every county te enforce the law,
and that I would heartily cooperate
with them; that 1 wlah each locality
|HHanage its own affairs, ont? ?.at I
jr lld net charge myself with en
%gW!smcut of the law in a locality anV
less T found that the local authori
ties were neglecting to do so. Te
show my good faith, I followed this
UP by a proclamation discharging alt
special coaatahlftiL At?5e5B?tf* ees
sfables, detectives, law agents, and !
deputies?. I beg now to adv that I have
rull faith tn your ability and willing
ness and intention to enforce the law
tn. your county, and that t expect that j
you will scree with me in mr vlewa !
and heartily cooperate with me in ?
. I will be glad to see you ot a.ty j
time and to talk with you about any ]
affair? in your county, that you i
like to bring to my attention."
KREPXe IS OOO? COXJHTtON
Many people suffer tram indigesUor
sad constipation and ?io not know it,
A feeling of dall?osle and languid
ne sa, bitter tr ?te in the month
ache, bilious fever-mont of
conditions when yen "are ny
but dont feel right*-cv n be
to sluggish bowels sud tovjijd
Fotey Cathartic Tablets clean
s^^rteas, arouse th* liver, b-t.nl
djjiesttq?; and nmke you "fae^jn
o*er"-~Bght, energetic sad ami
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
ANTI TRUST LAW
Indictment* Returned Against
Wrecking Company and Two
. of Its Officers.
(Bv Awnrtfrf Prac)
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.-Antl-troet
indictments were returned by a fed
era! grand Jury today against tbe Mer
rit t-Chapman Wrecking company and
two of Its off "ors-Isaac E. Chapman,
president, a i* William L. Chapman,
The Indictments charge conspiracy
tu monopolise the lighterage busi
ness tn New York and from railroad
and steamship terminal points alona;
the Atlantic seaboard in States in.
eluding Virginia. Florida, South Caro
lina, North Carolina and Georgia.
lt ls charged further 'hat the com
pany endeavored io hiring under ' tts j
control all faciltli<-. ir? nae by compet- 1
lng concerns tn the end that a oar- [
tain subsidiary company could carry
on the wrecking and salvage business .
Willie r-mceallng the tact of their]
control, the indictmeut continues, the ;
?e?vuutuitH at times waged such ties- j
tructlv? competition that buainese ri- f
vals'were stifled and destroyed, after j
which, it ts charged, the defendants,
by threats and ? coercive measures j
directed at common carriers and ship
pers, controlling thc roai??g ot mer
chandise and by making rebates and
giving Inducements, caused then to
enter into contracts with the- defen
Railroads and steamship linos were
induced and coerced to refuse' to em
ploy the defendants' competttiora, the
indictment set forth, through methods
of criticising the business systems sf,1
the competitors and cf questioning-i
their ability to carry out contracts
and by threatening to ref?ae to serve
the railroads and stecmohlp lines,
John N. Boyle, counsel for the de
fendants, said tonight the indictment
was ridiculous., "Tho company is not
a monopoly and nerer has been. It j
has any number of competitors,'* he
NEW ORLEANS. La., Jan. 27.
Fnr the first, time in nearly 25 years,
the next Louisiana State legislature
will have members other than Demo
crats, one senator ana seven members
of the house of representatives having j
. been elected Tuesday hy tba Progr?s- .
slyea in the third congressional dis
SI HAKE BEAUTIFUL,
No moro dandruff or fslling heir
--A real surprise awaits
To be possessed of a herd of heavy,
beautiful hsfr; soft, lustrous, fluffy !
wavy ajttd free from dandr&ff ls mere
ly e matter of using a little Dander-|
tt la easy and laexpenst/e to have
nice, Mit hair and lofs >t it. Just!
get a 25-r*-nt bottle- cf : Knowlton's
. Danderice now-all dr*? atores ree- j
. ocnaiend it-apply a iltt . !?- dir.
and within ten minute lhere will be!
glosa sad I?strerand try you willi
TO 60 TO COLUMBIA
Special Delegation From Cor fer?
ence Wfll Appear Before R.
R. Commission in Interest
of Gram Rates.
Tba grain conference to be held in
Charleston on February ll, and to
be participated in by officials of the
bureau of markets from Waabin&ton,
Mr: W. W..Long, State agricultural
agent and representatives of the dif
ferent railroads, will, it has been an
nounced by Mi'. W. "WV Long, Adjourn
to re-meet in Columbia on February
10, when a special delegation miuto up
of representatives from the onfer
ence will appear before . th~ - State
railroad commission. ?
It is hoped by those interested in
the matter to secure such rates on
grain as will warrant facility lu
handling tho crop from the 1,145,000
acres planted in the State, (official
government estimate} and lt is be
'?ev-?d there will be no difficulty in
securing same, since the railroads' ire
anxious to coop?r?t/- and assist, pro
vided oroner showit. \ caa ba mada
us to the probable tonnage to move.
"SECOND STRIKE AT
THE EQUINOX MILL
. (CONTINUED PHOM PAGE ONE.)
their work after the strikers had
walked out, but lo a short time the
strikers, finding that some of the
weavers were* still ai work, began
pulling the belts to frighten the men
into leaving the mill, which they did.
Deputy Sheriff Olin Sanders and
Deputy Jim Williams went out to the i
mill to prevent any disturbances, but
finding everything quiet they return- !
ed to the city. The strikers gathered
in groups about the mill hut none of
them made any efforts at violence,
however, they declare that they will
not return to their work under the
new scale of Wages and thai ntfyfT*
will not come in and take their places.
A statement was made by the man
agement that the number ot weavers,
required to operate all of the looms i
in the mill ic - ne hundred, but that ]
some ot the looma aro out cf commis
sion and it only takes seventy-five meu t
which are in commission at present, i
The striking weavers stated yester
day that tho looms will have to ro
main idle only a short time before
every other department of the 'mill
will have to close down.
With the exception of a few, all ot I
the westers are 1 Southerners. . Tho
weave roam,b^oss, Mr, Otto Anderson
cams from Lowell, Mass, aiUr^anR
other, weaver came from tho north, but
IR -25 GENT OANOERINE
you cannot.find's' trace o? dandruff or ?
falling hair; but your real surprise
will be after about two peeks' use,
^swKiyou see new bair-fine and 1
downy at fir?t-yes-but reaUr new j
*calp-Dauderhie is, we believe, tho >
only sore heir'grower; destroyer of
dandruff and cure tor itchy scalp sad
lt never fails IQ stop falling hair Ht
1 i you want to prove how nretty an ri
I om the man to fir your teeth
ao you can eat the pie , that T. pat
to the Piedmont Bax
I make platea at $6.50
~a^<*.R*BBS*> ^amd up.
Gold mianga $1.00 ?adi op
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolaris of the gama
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed flret-clase.
S. G, BRUCE
baa been in Anderson for a number
of years. There seems to be no labor
organizer here barking among the
men and lt is believed that no auch
work has been done at thia mill in the
,_^d_Bt*lk*'ri* *" '??.? nursed
that they have, a common grievance
and AY* MJ^M^ tiit _^e^g?
chinery throughout the weave room
shall remaini Idle until the strike is
settled satisfactorily to them.
The maniement states rhat the re
duction made in the wages of th?
ireavars was a fat? v*n_ ?.??
percentage of reduction prevwaair an
nounced would remain unchanged
^strikers declare that vrith??*
?bort while the spinning room ma
chinery will come to a standstill if the
ld??"* tUe weave -oom continue
In Police Court
J!ft?!ly *?d * Von wera
tried on tho chargea of fighting, loud
swearing, and disorderly conduct
Bailey was fined $5 but, his sentence
wag, suspended. The case against Yoni
waa dismissed. These were the only
caaes tried In policy wari yesterday.
Salto is Fine For
Kidneys, Qufc Meat?
Flush tba kidneys at once when
Back "arts or bladder
No man or woman who eats meat
regular can make a intake by lluah
ing the kidneys ooeaek bally, says^a
v/en-known?authority. Meat forms
uno acid which clegs t_? kldneytorea
so ?hey sluggishly filter or strain ooly
?vrt_?f lh__waste *** ? J^w'trS*
the btood, then yon get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, hesdocheo, liver
tron?le, nervousness, conBtipatioK.
dlssinesfl? sieevieesnes?, bladder dis
orders come from sluggish WdneysX
. The moment you feel a dull ache ia
tho kidneys or your back* harts, cr if
the urine le cloudy, offensive, fu?t Of
i fed!ment, irregular ot passage er at?
( tended *y: a sensation of scalding, fret
about four ounces of Jud Seit? from
any reliable pharmacy and take a
tablespoon-*}! in. a glass of water be
fore breakfast for _ f*w d_y_
your. K?d?eys will then act fine. Thin
famous salts is made from the acid
bf grapes and lemon juice', combic^d
'with lUhfci and has been usc. fo
generations to flush clogged kidney
and stimulate them to activity, also l
neutrattbsMiw s>eids in urine _o it m
i Inexpensive ar
takes a del i gb tf
water drink w
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA