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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, February 16, 1915, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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INTENTION IS TO WIND UPj
MATTER BY THIS AF
MEET 6 O'CLOCK
At Court Hoot? to Determine if]
Sufficient Number Names
The campaign to secure- the signs
tare?, of a mujority of tho property
owner* in the city of Anderson to a!
petition calling on city council to or
der an election ou the question of ts- J
cuing hdnds net exceeding thc amouut
ot 9100.000 for permanent street im
provements is on.
The campaign was formally lannch
l ihijl aftornoon nt tl o'clock
ut a'meeting huid tn the'courthouse,
of comntltteemen who had bee ap
pointed for tho purpose of circulating
t!ie petitions. At that hour scores of
patriotic citizens gathered und re
ceived from the chairman of tho pav
ing commission. Mr. E. R. Horton, tn
?itructiou? aa to the securing bf slg
nuturcs. Within a few minuto.; the
petitions bad been distributed among
the various committeemen and the
meet lng adjourned. Various members
of tho committee sallied ?orth from
tho meeting and wont about tho task j
of getting freeholders to sign up. Ere,
dark a goodly number of namsa had I
SOAP OH HAIR CAUSES I
Girls! Get a 25 cent bottle
and try a "Danderine
VA ftA>* goaMner y<*t*r hair With 7!Cep
always apply a little Dsnderlne to the
scalp to invigorate, the hair and pre
vent dryness. Better still, use soap
$?&\; sparingly as possible, and instead
:M*ea "Dandurlnc Hair Cleanse." Just
^m>???6?? a cloth with Dand>r?ne and
draw lt carefully through your hair,
toking one strand at a time. This
will remove dust, dirt and evcesslvo
Oil. In a few momenta'you will be
ama tod, your hair will not only no
?idean, bat lt will be wavy, fluffy and ?
With two Silver
day, Dollar Daj
SL9Mrm m# Jri
109 1-2 E. i
nd his Baseball
id Wooly West"
r Monday :
i Is On Today
been secured by practically every
commit ti email.
The committee will meet this even
ing nt 0 o'clock, In the courthouse,
for the purpose of comparing .notes
io see how many nainea hove been
recured. If lt la discovered that
?Vnoush olgm>' ? have been secured
to the oetniw .ney will be prc ent
eil to Muyor Godfrey tomorrow, who
will immediately cull a mooting ot
council for tho purpose ot ordering
^Phe attorney for tho paving ' com
mission. Mr. C. Cullen Sullivan, ad
vises that only property owners can
?len thu petitions, or ne 'tons author
Is*"! to sign for freeholder.".. A per
son holding bond tor little "cannot
j elga tho petition.. Kxecutoru can sign,
ns can representatives of corporations
owning real estate lu tho city, ot An
40F. JACKSON M.VKKS HIT
.n Inclhlo Hero of the Diamond
l.H? Attraction at Patinette,
fl Joe Jackson. South Carolinian nnd
close ri fal of Ty Cobb for the olive
wreath In tn? baseball world, with
his I;michail gt.is. was tho attraction
lhst night at the Palmetto theatre.
Tho troupe put on a clean and
clever show, in fact, one of the best
of the entire season, and pleased
Jbreo capacity nndlencee, one yoster
loy afternoon and two last night
Mrs. Carrie Dickson has gone to
Aiken to cpend a month with frienda.
Miss Lois Wells has returned from
Atlanta where she was the guest ot
Mlsn Delle Minor. -
S DRY, HAIR FALLS OUT
abundant, and possess an Incompar
able softness and lustre.
' Besides cleansing and beautifying
the hair, one application of Danderine
dissolves every particle of dandruff
stimulates the scalp, stopping Itching
".,.1 #..111.... h?l> T?.....1....1.,., ?a ?kt
hair what fresh showers of rain and
sunshine are to vegetation, lt goes
right to the roots. Invigorates and
strengthens them. Its exhilarating
and life-producing properties cause
the hair to ??*>w long, a trans and
Menl tadlest You can surely have
lots of charming nair. Get a 2S cent
bottle of Knowlton"? Danderine'" from
any drug store or toilet counter and
r, I will give an
TAKES OVER OTHER HALF
INTEREST IN ELECTRIC
NOW SOLE OWNER
Bought Half Interest Some Two
Years Ago From Judge Cox.
Price About $12,000
Mr. W. E. Atkinson purchased yes
terday morning from Mrs. H. C.
Townsend her one-half Interest
in the storeroom on the east side of
North Mam street formerly occupied
by the Electric Theatre. This makes
Mr. Atkinron sole owner of the pro
perty, since he already owned a half
Interest In the building. The exact
consideration was not given out. but
lt is reported to be In the neighbor
hood or 912.000.
Tho purchaser will improve the
property, a new f:-ont and a tile floor
co be among tho more important
changes to be made at first. This ls
one of the most desirable pieces of
business property in the city, being
centrally located and in a section that
is one of the busiest of the city.
Some two or more years ago Mr.
Atkinson purchased the half Interest
or Judge W. F. Cox in this building
paying for lt. lt is stated, around the
rame price paid for the other one-hair
This is one or the largest deals or
the kind consummated In Anderson in
se 'irai months, and is calculated to
have a beneficial effect on real es
tate business generally. It ls under
stood thai the deal wis negotiated
through Mr. J. M. Evans.
WILL ATTEMPT TO STOP
GERMANY'S FOOD SUPPLY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
should be held whenever a ship ls lost.
I Mr. Churchill declined to adopt such
a course. He said the theories of)
naval warfare had been changed com
pletely, and ho felt the suggested
court martial." might cause comafand
era to play for safety and avoid the
responsibility of positivo action?. In
view of existing conditions he thought I
tho British looses had been com- ]
?..natively few. '
A. Bonar I.aw, Opposition Lender,
who followed Mr. Churchill, spoke of ,
the "Inevitable Irritation" to the neu- ,
Mal powers in connection with their .
' .'.hipping. Ho thought tho strictest j
regard should be paid to the inter
oats and susceptibilities of neutrals T
and he said their rights must be f
Mr. Law thought is probable the ,
pressure of BrltlBh rea power ultl- ,
mutely would cotnpol the German em- ?
perm to risk his navy in a sea fight. ,
Admiral Lu.-.; Charles Beresford (
contended the best way to end the |
war would be for all the Allies to send
a Jolut note to Germany declaring that
they had decided to stop all supplies
, ii.J could bu or benefit to he;*. |
'I dont't think there would be -u>v I
trouble," Lord Charlos Added, "whn ?
that great country of the United
States or with the other neutral pow- :
ON COST OF WAR
(CONTINUED PROM PAor; ONE.)
pared to contribute proportionately!
to loans needed by the States prepar
ed to Join them leter as well aa smal
ler states now fighting with the Allies.
Great Britain, ho said, had advanced
$160.000.000 for Russian purchases la
Great Britain and elsewhere, and Rus
sia had a credit of. 9200,000.000 in
London. Franco had made Russia a
similar advance, and Russia, lt waa
estimated, would still require con
siderable cr?dite for purchases out
side her own country.
After alluding to the fact that the
accumulation or gold In Great Britain
was the largeur In the country's his
tory. Mr. Lloyd George added that
France and P/jsala also had occam u
lated great reserves which had been
barely touched during the war. Ar
rangements had been made regarding
purchases by the Allied countries tn
neutral markets - whereby competi
tion wss eliminated, efficiency pro
moted and delays prevented, f
In conoluston the chancellor em
phasised the'fact .that the "face to
tues conference" of the finance min
isters st Pari? had been entirely suc
cessful and ststed that similar con
ferences should be held for the pur
pose of cooperation in other spheres.
(CONTINUED PROM PAOR ONS.)
; lina, leading the opposition.
Throughout the day conferences bad
been held continuously by both aides.
and the administration Isadora made
vigorous, but unavailing efforts to win
.over representative Kitchin, of North
Carollaa. leader of the next house.
Late tn the day Secretary Daniels,
of the nat j?, made a trip to the capi
tol. He waa closeted with Represen
tative Kitchin for nearly an hour, but
when he left the latter reiterated hu
determination to vote against the bm
and to heep aloof from active par
ticipation In the. fight.
Administration leaders on the house
side were declaring that If the ship
purchase bill were paaaed by the
boase sud tfW? to the senate, aa ex
tra session bf congreso could . be
avoided. Vfiti wan coo side rabi > dla
A MUSICAL GEM (
Seats now on sale by committee c
Reserved seats'on sale Ti
cuBslon of a report that it waa plan
ted to abandon Ute appropriation bills I
lending in the senate'regardless of
whether the ship bill passes, ?j
During the day Paul M. Warburg,
?hose name had been brought into
tenate debates by senators who quee
loned whether Kuhn, Loeb & Co., ot
viileli Mr. Warburg formerly waa a
ncmber, were not interested in Beli
ng German ships to the governmental
nude a statement disclaiming he nev
er had discussed the ihlp purchase j
jiil with anyone.
Sargeant Thompson of U. S. A.
Here to Train Palmetto Ri
flemen a Bit'
Sargeant Thompeon bf the United
(tates army arrived in the city yester
lay for tho purpose of giving instruc
lonB to the local militiamen prepara
01 y to the annual Inspection, which
viii take place next month.
The army officer will be here for
wo or three days, and each evening
rill meet with the Palmetto Riflemen
t their armory for instruction.. Last
tight the company wa? out drilling on
he public square.
For .the peat several weeks the
ullltlamen have been drilling es
rectally hard, preparing for the aa
lual inspection, which wlh be made
arly in March by Adjutant General
V. W. Moore and an officer of the
Jolted States army defatted for that
CONTAIN RUBBER I
[.Ray Examinations Reveal That j
178 Bales Contain About
FOOT Pound? EacJ*
IB* A woe! at ?J rr***.1}
NBW YORK. Feb. U.^m X-ray
laminations of cotton car/toes of.out
uing British ships; condVtcted by re
resentatlvea of the flfrvdah govern
isnt for several monthh to preven*
hlpment of war contrah/aad. revealed
?day that bales of coWn waste coo
lga ed aboard the Wh/te Star linea
retie contained rubhef*. The Cretie
i due to sall tomorro/w for. MedSter
tnean porta. The /c/matgnee waa
Iven by officiais or the Une as a firm
i Genoa, Italy. The, consignee, they
sid. waa A. B. NewrMsn. of thia city.
Bach ot the 178 bVtej la the eon
ignment contained anent four pounds
f rubber. The en/dre consignment
'aa refused shlpihoftt, lt was said at
?a Cr?tica pier..'
Dollar Dtj.y Thursday
n Anderson. Be Here!
'. Ander sc
(Auspices Anderson D
LE COMTE and F
BY ADAMS, HOUGI
!E WATER-FETE AND BANQUE!
IE BLUE AND SILVER BALLET.
ANSFORMATION TO THE LANI
Grand Illumination of Flowers and LIg
consisting of R. R. King, Chairman;
nesday, Feb. 16th, 9:30 a
FOR THE COMMUNITIES
ASSOCIATION OF SMALLER
CLUBS TO BE FORMED
ON MARCH 6
Women of the School Communi
ties Will be Brought Together
in Practical Meetings
Community development clubs will
be organized In several school dis
tricts throughout the county by Miss
Janie C. Carlington, demonstrator in
charge of the girls' tomato and can
ning club work. Miss Garlington
plans to \iisit the Honec. Path section
on March 3, Lebanon section on
March 5 and Mountain Creek com
munity on Ma.-ch 12 for the purpose ot
organising these clubs.
On March 6 a meeting of all the
women In the county will be held at
Miss Qarllngton's office for the pur
pose of orgi niting a cour ty communl
ti developmr.il club. It is the in
tention of Miss Garlington to hnve
monthly meettngB of the Individual
clubs and ? meeting of tho county
organisation every six weeks.
Following ls an outline of the pro
gram for the community development
I. Saving strength by saving steps
. 2. Arrangement of sink, ice box
kitchen utensils, and stove. In order
to keep things in reach, dishwashing
utensils, racks for drying dishes, etc.
VfAthnHa e\t onvlnir .i.ni In iinttins
ind clearing the table.
3. The best and most economical
?totes* and lighting devices and their
4. - Fireless cooker, pro.and con.Its
ralue la preparing breakfast ..cereals
rtfer night and in saving iuei."
5. Care of drains and garbage dis
c. Removal of dust and proper ven
tilation, dugs Instead, of carpets,
iampened cloth Instead ot feathers.!
7. Canning and preserving, labor
laving devices. Doe? it pay to do all
sf your canning. Instead of buying can
good* when the ' labor and fuel, arc
?dunted In the cost of doing it at
8. Principles and nutrition and nu
tritive value of food. School lunches,
i>. Household decoration, pictures,
gall papers, carpets, furniture.
10. What are the best flowers tc
raise for interior decoration.
(b) What are the beat flourers to
raise for. the decoration for the home
II. What shall we do to keep the
dilldren at home and Interested In
?ome and . farm work.
Mr. Mallison Retaras.
Mr. M. M, Mattiaoa returned last
ilgbt from a week's business trip to
tfew York City,
i & HOWARD
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FANCIES Of The IMAGINATION
With MABEL LAFFIN, EVA PHELPS, VERA
LA VERE, FRANK HARSH, LEW NADEN,
AND CHAS. CORWIN A. HOPWOOD I AND
CHICAGO'S OWN BEAUTY C?OWJ&'
r, A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
D OF THE MOON.
260 NIGHTS AT THE
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J. ii. Fowler, Rufus Fant, Leo Geisberg and J. M. Evana.
.'m. Purchase your tickets from committee.
New Spring Go
COMING EVERY BAY
Just the sort you need for earl;
Spring wear. The prices you'!
find very reasonable : ; ,> >:/
Coat Suits $20.00 Dresses
Shirt Waists $1.00
Pretty Millinery, light-ready
SAILOR STYLE and SEMI-DRESS
only the best grade and colors
12 l-2c yard
New Laces, too, the prettiest
you'll see. We don't mind y our
coming to look. We are glad
to have you.
AU Winter Ready-to-Wear, at
half price. Other bargains m
Winter merchandise, f