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munday, february 28, 1915.
High-Class Feature Pictures
Save money and buy a coupon book, 12 tickets
i We present for your approval the following high-class feature
productions for the Week Starting Monday, March 1
In presenting these pictures we ask you to take our word that they are all extra tine, and
sheuld any one feel that they have not received full value for their money we will gladly refund
adnission. We believe World Corporation, Box Office Attraction and General Film Co. pic
tuns are the best money can buy ana we arc sure you will think likewise after you have seen
Attend all week, buy a coupou book, 1 2 tickets
MONDAY, MARCH 1ST.
TUESDAY, MARCH 2ND.
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbie Patch"
This production is a dramatization of Anne Craw ord Fl?xer's suc
cessful play. The story has been widely read, espclally among the
The leading characters are M
I-cvey Mary.lfatri* Michelena
Mr?. Wiggs.H?ncbe Chapman
Bob. .*. . How Petera
Mr. Wiggs.Andrew Robson
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3RD.
"The Daughter of Men"
5 reel Lubin
Every one remembers "The Gamblers." Now this picture is even
better. The same cast of characters are iii this production. They are
Et^el Clayton and Geo. S. Spencer.
This production is great.
The Box Office Attraction Co. oilers
Dorothy Donnelly in the latest New York success
5 reels 5 bv Henri Bernstein
This is conceded to be one of Bernstein's greatest drainas. The New
York Evening World says: "lt is the greatest of ali Bernstein's
dramas. In it heioutdoes his own masterly self.-Wonderful story,
grippingly told by a supermind.-Tremendous study of a woman's
soul." We recommend this production as feing great.
THURSDAY, MARCH 4TK
FRIDAY, MARCH 5TH.
"The Winksome Wid<w"
Vitagraph 4 reels 4
Broadway Theatre Production.
This picture wc recommend to'oiuy those who wilt to laugh. If
you have a grouch see it, because it wilt put you ira ?ood humor.
Now think of these players: Cissy Fitzgerald, Walk Van, Hughie
Mack, lillian Walker. I
Wm. A. Brady presents through the World's Film Corporation
ROBT. WARWICK in
"The Dollar Mark"
in five acts
Th's picture has positively caused a sensation in the larger cities.
We f.re very fortunate in gettng it for Anderson, lt is'truly a feature
wurt ?i while. We recommend it highly.
Friday afternoon, for ladies only, D. Geisberg presents "The Gos
sard Corset Demonstration" in two reels. "The Dollar Mark" fol
lows immediately after, .i.
SATURDAY, MARCH 6TH.
The General Film Co. offers
The Broadway Feature Program in 6 parts
"Mr. Barnes of New York"
This is an excellent detective picture, lt is sure to. please and the
oki Anderson favorite Maurice Costello is seen at-his best.
Above all don't miss this production.
NO, WE ARE NOT GOINGTO RUN VAUDEVILLE Our Orchestra Still Wishes Comparison
Admisi?n witt remain 5c and 10c. Matinee daily 2:30-we do not close for supper.
Special Sunday Dinner
at Piedmont Cafe
Slim Kl) F KO H li TO P. M.
('rocni of tomato HOUP
Roast hoof nu jua
i Slewed lamb wilh*'grooii peus
Mashed turnip? in cream
I'otatoeu au gratin
Bpughettl a la Creole
Hot Croaa Iiun?
Duked Oreen Apple Roll
Ten Coffee Milk jj
Baby Doll Pm
The swellest an
date Baby Doll P
d in the city fo
with a sple that is
right, patents . .
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ELECTItC CITY SPARKLETS
?term ol Interest tnd Personal Mention Caught Over the
Wire!? on the Street? of Anderson
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Pol ir,. Cciirf
Thc following cases uro disposed
of yesterday In rocorqr's court:
Chris CIsinp. drunk. $5?Floyd Buck
er, violation section ll Jj city ordl
?on'fs. sri; J. B. j(; oi drunk. $6;
Leslie AdsniB, Eloise <*pt and Ed
Han Knight, disorderly conduct. $5
Will Build A
Prwldont J. H. Anderea of the
Cltl*a*ns National Bank ha announc
ed that he will shortly hain the erec
tion of a' storeroom on nts lot Just
nprth \>f tho old C. A. 'teed store
room. Mr. Anderson own a strip of
land between the north aide ot the
building and the railroad ut. Ko has
made application to the Blue Ridge
Railroad to use some t**ee or four
feet of railroad proper,.* .n building
County Board Not
To Be Ie Session.
The county board of registration
will not bc in session tomorrow to is
sue certificates, according lo a state
ment by Solicitor Kurts P. Smith.
The State statutes and State, consu
mion provide that there shall be no 1
session of the county board of reg
istration to issue registration certl- j
neates within 30 days of a general or
special election. The election on the i
quostion of Issuing $750,000 of coun
ty fronds for good roads will be.held
os Tuesday. March 30th. and Monday,
the first, will be within the 30 days
mentioned In the statutes and consti
tution. The board of registration ask
? ed Mr. Smith for an opinion and after
consulting the law on .the subject he
' stated that the ; uard could not meet
in session. \
d most up-to
ump ever off er
?r a two dollar j
last and heel
Or. yt, h. Poteat
Or. WilUam Louie Poteat, president
of Wake Forest College, North Caro
lina. will address the men's mass
meeting In the county courthouse at
a : 30 o'clock this afternoon, the sub
ject of his discourse being "The Nat
ural History ot Religion. At tho First
Baptist church this morning Dr. Po
teat will preach, his subject there be
ing "The Christan Program."
The three overcoats which wera
stolen from the vestibule ot the First
Baptist church last Gundar night
were found, late Friday afternoon In
a briar thicket between Toxaway and
Rooky River, by two little negro Soys
who ware rambling about In the
bushes. The Und " reported to the
sherm' abd the coats brought to bia
office. Yesterday Ute coast were re
turned to the owners. Messrs. J. D.
Brown. Eugene Milford and O
j McConnell Gees Te
Jeta His Temas.
Mr. George McConnell lett Ander
son yesterday at noon for Tampa.
Fla., where he goes to join hla team,
the Chicago Cubs, on Monday, for
spring practice, He has spent the
greater pert of the off season in An
derson. His numerous friends here
are confident that he will make good
In baseball thia year, aa usual.
There was a very Interesting meet
ing of the Burning Bush Chapter.
Royal ?r^ Masoni, bald Friday. The
meeting was held ondee a dispensa
tion from the Grand High Priest for
the purpose of electing members and
conferring degrees. Throe degrees, thc
Mark Msster's degree, thc Past Mas
ter's and tho Most Excellent Master's,
were conferred upon Messrs. Bond
Anderson, Benjamin B. Gosselt, A.
Glenn Evans, James W. Trlbble, and
C. J. Dcnmps. Supper was. served at
8 o'clock and besides the excellent
work that was put HI the event was
greatly enjoyed by. the member's who
were present. The Chapter of Royal
Arch Masons is very strong In Ander
son and will bo strengthened by the
addition of these sterling young busi
ness men of the city.
To Mevt en Mondny.
The Anderson County Highway
Commission will meet tomorrow at 12
o'clock, this being the first meeting oi
the commission since the ratification
of the act permitting Anderson Coun
ty to vote on the matter of 'Issuing
9750,000 of bonds-for good roads. A*,
this meeting an organisation wiP ne
perfected. . A chairman, a vice chair
man, a secretary and probably a
treasurer will be chosen. Plans for a
campaign in favor of the proposed
l-jnd issue will also be worked out at
this meeting.- ,- *
How Mr. Paris Got Bli oi a Bad
"Some time ago I had a very bad
cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black
T?ter, Del. "My brother aicCabe
Davis gave mc a small bottle - ot
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After
taking this I bought half a dosen bot
tles of lt but only used one of them aa
the cough left me and I have not been
troubled since." Obtainable every
A tWO rrri Victo? femiurlfig
BARY FULL EB and CHAS. OGLE?
"ZIP AND HIS GANG"
(Two reels to he selected Ia addition)
THE HEART PUNCH*
. Aa Isa? feater!n5
.BASE WILLABA snatch with JACK
JOH M RON fer the world's heavy
THE PLUMBER WINS
A Joker Comedy.
A big U featuring
MMH/ARIN had AGNES YERXON
The ls?t ehester of the
Million Dollar Mystery'
A IX FOB ft CENTS
SLEGLER CONFESSES HI
CONSPIRED TO OBTAIN
WILL TAKE STAND
President Wilson Receives Letter
From Wife of the German
(Oy AxoriatoU IV--.)
NEW YORK. Feb, ?7.-Charles H.
Griffiths, attorney tor Richard P.
stcgior. Indicated today that- If his
client should be Indicted for con
spiracy he would instruct him to
plead guilty and throw himself on the
mercy of the court.
Stegler has confessed that he con
spired to. obtain the passport," said
Mr. Ortfflths. " and to plead guilty
is tho logical thing for him to do."
The federal grand jury ls expected
lo take action Monday.
Stegler is ready, bia attorney says,
to take the stand aa a government
witness tn m.y action the federal
authorities might take against other
persons possibly Involved in the al
"AU information in this case In my
possession or which ? may be abie io
secure," said Mr. Ortfflths. "will be
turned over to tba government AU
Maternants made, by Stealer will be
made under oaMt. If any proceedings
should be started against any of the
oeraons whom Stagier implicates,
8te|1er would desire to become a wit
ness for the government."
That Captain Boy-Ed. naval attcahe
of the Oe nr. sn embassy, had called
Stcgler a traitor to Oermanv because
be had refused to go to England as a
spy waa -the statement which Mr.
Griffiths sahl Stegler made to him to
day in the tombs. Stagier declared,
according to hia attorney, that when
he Insisted to the naval' attache that
If he was to undertake the mission,
he must have a written guarantee
that his wife would be financially pro
vided for. Captain Boy-Ed had said:
"You ar? mercenary:" and that when
he refused to go: ''Yon are a traitor
to vour country."
"I told bim,* Stegler was quoted
na saying, "timi I had taken out my
flrfct papers as an American eli Isen."
President Receives Letter.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27-President
Wilson today received a letter from
Mrs. Riobard P. Stegler, wife of the
German reservist arrested in New
York on the charge of fraudulently
obtaining an American passport, de
claring Stegler had been led into thc
project by Captain Boy-Ed, German
naval attache here.
Mrs..Stegler asked that her husband
be set free. Her letter was referred
to the department of justice.
Mrs. Stegler wrote the president
Captain Boy-Ed had promised her
husband $150 a month for her support
while Stegler was abroad and that she
would be given 1150 a month tor life if
he was killed. She declared she had
no money now and did not know how
she contd support herself unless her
husband wore released.
128 W. Whinier St
(Manie old stand)
Remodeled, cleaned? painted and
equipped with up-to-date fiat; -cs.
Short orders served quickly at moil*
J. E. DERRICK
ALL NEXT WEEK
Another groat* Musical Comedy Company, cern*
lng direct from Atlanta? where they have just
closed a rery xucccssfnl engagement.
Monday's Opening Bill
"AT THE JUNCTION"
Baby Al G- William?, one of the cleverest lire
year oh'.? on Ute road ls well worth the price of
MOVIES FOR MONDAY
.THE l'A BE WK LL DINNER"
A two reel Majestic
"Cl'FID ASO THE POST"
A Koa&e Comedy
A FTE KS 003 A OMISSION TO ALL IOC.
EVENINGS lue AND ??e.