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Since the first announcement'of the fact that
wc were going to show, a moving picture
film of corset fittings, we have had no end of
inquiries about this special matinee for ladies
The fflm <ni}1 be shown at the
Friday, 330 to 4301 M.
We are one of the first distributors of Gos
sard Corsets to show this film, lt was pro
duced by The essai?ay Film Company; of
Chicago and in it you siee how moving pic
tures are made, how corsets are fitted and
iu addition you see a beautiful story entitled
"How Marjorie Won?a Career/'
A few more complimentary puses can be bcd by
ca?tfng at out Corset Depaftment. If you have
not yut received your pnr-8, call and get lt today.
You caa phone your reservation, if .you prefer.
livery dossard Corset shown in this beautiful film
-can be had at our store.
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Do not miss this special
matinee . for ladies only
Exclusive Gossard Agent
128 W. Whirner St.
(Saar? ola* ?tan?) ,
Vnt* * -in -I- ' .*
Remodeled, cleaned, painted and
equipped with np-to-dsts fixtures.'
FRENCH DRU* COFFEE
J. JSv DERRICK
i li ftl i lin ifli rn
A Specific A^n Colds.
"If there la such a thing a? a npe
ciflc Against bolds, it IH to be found in
the Bleeping porch or the open bed
Next to that comes thc cold
l ii^th iu tho morning," sisys the
Companion. HQ as careful as
:? yea will, occasionally take
i ?nd wfcW you do you will find
iberlain's Cough Remedy, a great
in enablingyt.^fevktil? ot ii.
D. P. Sloan & Son Accent Po
sition With rViufrjai Life In
Ono of Anderson's oldest and best
known insurance firms bas decided
to change companies. D. P.. Sloan
& Sou, who haye for the p-.st two
years been representing the. Maryland
M?o Insurance Company aa M?nerai
Agecls.of Sooth .?Carolina, "have given
up this company te accept a position
with the Mutpal Ufo Insurance Com
pany of Now York. Prior to having
served the Maryland company. Mr.
Sloan, the senior members o? ?he firm,
was for fourteen years connected with
the Mutual Life. Tho representative
or the Mutual Lifo in Anderson hus
been Mr. Calhoun Harris, and he
will contin?e *vlth tho company in
the capacity of, district superinten
dent, embracing several counties.
?Ir. Harris will move hie omeo frou>
the Itrown: building to the Watson*
Vandiver budding, where ho ned tha
Messrs. Sloan make the headquarters
for their coinp- ny.
Pumps For $ 3
The pump we offer for $3 cannot,
betottcfced. All new style*, made
iver lasts mat you'll like.
We 'ru t??S??g a feature of the
pomps at "three" and yo? won't
make a mistake ?f yon ouy a pah*.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
ING DR. E. H. PARKS SOME
k>UT ON BOND
Gumbrell Enter? Plea of Not
Guilty and an Alibi--The
A preliminary hearing was given
yesterday afternoon to Cornelius I
Uambi ell, the negro who was arrested
last Saturday night and idenVtled by!
Dr. E. H. Parks as the person who as
Kitiiit?) b'ai IQ his store the previous
Saturday. * Following the preliminary
hearing. Gumbrell waB bound over to
the court of general sessions by the
presiding magistrate, G. H. Geiger,
land was released on ball in the sum
Upon arraignment the negro enter- i
?ed a, plea of not guilty and an alibi.
The record of the bearing is es fol
The State against Cornelius Gam-1
Ibrell charged with asr.nult mid bat?!
Jtery. with intent to kill. Mr. Leon L.
(Rico appeared for the defendant and
tated that our plea ia not guilty and
Mr. E. H. Parks sworn says: I am I
?certain that this' is the negro who |
?truck me at my place of business'in
?ho city of Anderson, South Carolina,
^County of Anderson on the 27th day
f February, 1916.
Cross examination by Mr. Hice.
I gave thc alarr? about one minute
ftpr the negro raft out my place of
?business. I told Mr. Whitter- and Mr.
?Aiken that I was not certain that this
Bs the man who struck me, that I
wanted to see him again. I am will
Hps; to swear that this is the negro
If we can prove that this negro waa
i Belton w^hen you were struck
would you still say be ls the man who
truck you? .
Yee. I had seen the negro before
struck me hut did not know where
worked or'what his name was..
I go to dinner about one o'clock or
.1 little otter. I WSB struck between
Bwo and three o'clock in tho after
? oca. It was about 3 o'clock when
be negro ran out of my r office or
ilnce of business. If you can prove
I this negro was in Belton when
waa struck I would still say he waa
man who struck. I can't say
ertain what kind ?birt*he had, on, I
bought be had ou a white shirt. He,
on black hat.
DR. E. H. PARKS.
Asa Watson sworn says:
I was standing before the window
f tho business place of Mr. E. H.
^rks on the evening of February
7th. 1915, and saw the .defendant
un o-f vf. Mr, V^r?r'r ?tere. Th's
as between 3 and 4 o'clock In the
ftemoon. I heard Mr. Park say O
rd. and in about ooo minute saw
e negro run out the store. I tried
catch tho negro..
Cross examination by Mr. Rice.
I .work jit the Equinox Mill. I have
en in thc city about 20 years. I saw
o' negro good. He had on a' dark
.ay looking shirt like , he has on
ow. He had on o red looking neck
He had on the same suit be has
now'. The. same hat ho bas now
brown hat. I chased him as far
. the ten cents store. I saw him this
riming for the first time sine* ho
sault?d Mr. Parks. I Identify the
Jety pin in bia collar-he had it in
s collar when ho ran v>nt ot Mr.
ark's store. He did not have on a
est. I am certain he is the man who
It Mr. Porks even if you prove ho
In Belton. If he has a twin
rother I would still identify him as
,e negro who struck Mr. Parks, the
wn clock Btruck 8 wheu I was com
irouud thc corner at Davis Livery
_ lo. lt was pretty clo*? to
when the negro came ont o\
? e atoro. . .
March 3rd, ISIS.
WiVk OF PRAYER
ice ting* o? In waar* ?t'?pfst
ChureTi Grow la Interest.
Thc meeting? of the women-of tho
irst Baptist church are growing in
tte rest and attendance as the week
lvuhccs. Mr?,. X'. S...Sullivan led
Tednesday on "Mountain Scfiool*.
Ibo great dormant power of theo?
urely Anglo-Saxon people of ' the
ountains was forcefully presented
tley ?re n people uncontaminated by
ao World and live so close to natura
li?t,natures God may speak to them,
'here are' four mountain schools, in
outb, Carolina doing a good work,
ut the need for larger and better
quipment "is urgent. The-hui:ger of
'ie?c mountain boys apd girls tor an
decatl?n and the sacrifices they are
'iiitag to make is touching.-nd ct Al i
sr us to sacrifice, on our. part, -.id
iv?et our interest and money w?ier*
. counts for SQ much.
Mrs, Eula.PUttnghsro will ?ead this
fternoon on the subject, "Ev?age
sm." Let the women come and bri ag
our friends. The children will he
n ten sin ed in tb? basement at tho
une hour. air*. J. E. Barton is tho
Indictments Against Horn.
BOSTOX, March 3.-Three fridlct
leuts charging the illegal transpor
itlon of -explosives baye been re
traed by h federal grand Jury here
gainst Werner Hom. who tried io
low up the International bridge at
anreboro. Me . February 2. Federal
ttoriey Anderson fin nen uceo the
?Snd Jury's action (odey* Tha'ntaxl
tum penalty fer the nffens* ls 18
ionia?, imprisonment fl td a fine of
'bo o o o o o o o o o o o o o
? "THE WIN(K)SOME o
> WiTJOW* o
> ia the funniest picture ever o
> ?bown m Anderson. Every o
t child attending school it in- o
? vited to attend es otar guest o
a this afternoon at **TrlE AN- o
? DERSON." o
O ? O O OJ o o o o ' o o o o o o o
-THE WIN (K) SOME WlflOW
A Merry Farce In Four Puris Ander
son Theatre Todny.
linaine** ls had with the "Winnome
Widow" -.musical comedy company,
and Ciitey. the prc SB af ent, worries
ever bow-to. keep the ghost walkin*.
He reads of the coming to New York
of Cissy Prits-gerald, a musical com
edy ?tar with a famous wink, and
quick action enables him to persuade
her. before landtag, to Join the com
pany. The name ia then changed to
'.Ttu;i Win(k)siime Widow Musical
The financial horizon brightens
wonderfully, and Cissy's wink plays
havoc, not only with the public, but
Cutey, Hughie, her manager and
Tosca, ber orchestra leader, to say
nothing of Got rocks and Jack, weal
Cissy tiring ot hotel life, rents a
house. She invites all her admirera
to a house warming and each presents
her with some animal as .a pet In
the course of the evening each ad
mirer proposes, and gives her a ring.
The next day each.of her five admir
ers calls up and suggests a quiot little
supper after the show. Unfortunate
ly., while they arc at the bouse her
husband arrives unexpectedly and all
aro obliged to hide. Cissy certainly
has a trying time keeping her hus
band from discovering them. Cot
rocks, In the fireplace, rubs soot on
his face, wraps a lamherqueln around
hts head? turban fashion, and ls pre
sented to Cissy's husband aa her Hin
du servant The other four then get
busy, and are Introduced in turn:
Hughie as "her aunt from the coun
try," Tosca as a chef,-Jack as maid
of sll work and Cutey as a plano tun
er. Tosca ls. ordered to cook a spe
cial dish for the husband, but only
succeeds in creating a dense volume
of smoke, calling Out the fire depart
ment.' Soon the . house is floe/ed with
water giving Cissy's admirera au op
portunity to escape. After, some excit
ing ?adventures, husband and wife are
left m peace.
SCHOOL ( 1I!MH(K\ FPFF AT
.THIS ANDERSON' THEATRE
Managet- Bleich to Have The Little
Ones Au His Guests Today.
"If you don't think Anderson has a
prospectivo group of citizens for tills
coming .generation, -you had better
SCJrf? to The ?nderst???, ? jSay and see
for yourself/' said .Manager Bleich'of
"The Anderson" theatre last night, for
we are going to let tho children in
free thia afternoon. We are today
showing ofte of the funniest pictures
ever in this city, it is "The Wln(k)
scrao Widow" r four reel Vitagraph
and the leading playera, are Willie
Van and Cissy FriUgeraid. We want
all the children to come and he our
guest today, no matter how little or
how big. Just ao they go to school.
The doora will open al 2:30 this after
noon and tho free . performance will
continue until C o'clock, no children
.will be admitted free at the night per
formance, as this oiler only applies to
A special treat is In store for the
kiddies as they wilt also seo the
eptaodis ot "The Master's Key" which
vrill be shown today at "The Ander
Tho. children will be out in full
force today to take advantage of thc
?ger of Mannaor Bleich and many a
little heart will be made happy to at
ttnd the "ruovi&s" aa his guest.
end Headaches, Colds,
Sour ' Stswitnch.
t a 10-centr box.
ut aside-Just once-tho
Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative
Waters which merely force a pas
sageway through the bowels, but do
not thoroughly cleanse, fresher, and
purify these drainage Organs, and
uave uo effect whats-vee upon th* liver
Keep your "insides" pure ?nd fresh
with Cascareis, which thoroughly
deans? the stomach, remove the un
llgeated. sour food and foul gasea,
take the exes** bile from the liver
ted carry out ot the system all Ute
constipated waste matter and poisons
n the dowala.
A Ceseeret tonight will make you
'eel great "by morning. They work
rehile yon sleep-^nevar gripe, sicken,
tad coat only IO cents a box from your
imggtst. Millions or men Sad women
ase a Cascaret now. and thea and
?ever have Headache, Biliousness,
tarers Cold*. ludigvrsfton. Sour Stom
ich or Constipated Bowels. Cascarcts
?slang in every household. Children
just love to take fi*etu.
CONCERT AT ANDERSON
ELLISON VAN HOOSE CON
CERT COMPANY AT COL
Company Composed of Some of
the Best Talent on the
Thc coucort to bo given fmignl at
the Anderson College auditorium l y
the Ellison Van Hoos? Concert Com
pany, will be quite an event in musi
cal circles. This company, is compos
ed of some of the best talent cn the
road at this time. Mr. Yan Hoose ls
a Southern man, having crime iront
Murfreesboro. Tenu, and has boru
connected with Madame Melba, aleo
touring America with Madama Setn
brich' In consort, hod has had won
derful success in open and concert
in England, ireland, Scotland, Ger
many and France.
8peaklng of Mr. Van Hoose, Mr.
G. Wright Nichols, ot Baltimore, wh<>
ia spendings some time lu the city
with General C. A. Reid, rooke ic
the highest terms ot this talented
musician. For many years he was or
ganist ot the Orltorlil Society ia
Baltimore and Mr. Nichols says that
he has'a beautiful voice, sud is a fino
and intelligent Blnger. He says that
any one who care for music at all
will miss a great treat by staying
away from the coligo tonight. The
following program has been arrang
ed for this concert.
1. Plano Solo-Ballade, Op. 17. A
2. (a) A Rose and a Oream-Gil
tb) When Love is Kind-Anon.
(c) lolita-BusEft-Peccla. -Mr.
:i. va) Tho' You Forget--Campbell
(bl * A Heart So Free-Alfred G.
(e) Birthday-Caw eh. Miss Nor
4. Duet-"Love ls tho Sun/' (Rig
oletto)-V*rdi-Ml.? Norman and Mr.
r,. (>\) A Spirit Flower--Campbell
(b) In the Deeps O' the Daisies
(cl Love's Springt ?dc--Fay Foster
- Mr. Vau Hoose.
b (a) A Cycle of Life -Honuld.
(b) The Groves of Shlrat -Cadman
7. Plano Solo-Polonaise in A
8. Scene and Duet. Act 1. (The
Rudolph-A Poet-Mr. Van Hooae.
Mimi-A Young Girl-Miss Nor
f>. Scene and Duct-Cn vul loria
Sant?zsa, Turrldu, Sicilian, Peas
ants-Miss Normen nnd Mr. Van
Scenes * and 5 will be given in coa
HELD HERE IN 1916
Local Camps, City Council and
Chamber of Commerce to Ex
tend Invitation to W. O. W.
A conference was held yesterday at
the chamber of commerce building,
with repr?sent?t ives of the Woodmen
it tb* World camps In Anderson, and
Secrptary-Whaley of tho chnrnber of
commerce took charge, lt was plan
ned to extend an invitation to thc
State camp of the Woodmen of the
World, to bold its 1916 convention in
Anderson. This convention meet? cc
?he 14th, 15th and 16th, of March fa
Charleston, and at thai time an invl
at?on will be extended from tho local
-amps, Which will be reinforced with
nvitatkms from the city council and
:hamber of commerce. It Is more than
ikcly tl?t Andorson will be selected
\* the meeting place for this con
/onKon in 1916, as it ls understood
hat Sumter, the only other city inter
ested, has agreed to withdraw in An
terooms favor. Thia is quite a popu
ilar order in this section ot tho State,
?nd numbers In membership wail over
me thousand .
Work on Elevator
Will Start Soon
i. H. Richard*, in Charge ol Pian,
Expected to Arrive Here About
18th of fm* Month
When interviewed by a representa
ive of the intelligencer yesterday,
fudge J. S. Fowler, who ia "chairouui
ti the agricultural committee of tho
tndersou Chamber of Coromorce
tate?! that work would begtecJKag
hort while on the grain elevator, by
he elev/itor company. \???>?Sy
Mr Edward li. Richards, of Willow
?iry. N. Dakota, who will be in charge
>t tbU elevator. 1B expected to ar
Ive in the city about the lSth of this
?on tlf. Work will doubtless berth ou
he elevator by tho 2Mhf and it will
* ready to roeejvo, grain from the
armers on or before Ute ?rut ot
J. H. C. Griffin has been r^pimls
ioned as a notary public.
I LADIES' HOSIERY and
We hay*1 just received a new shipment of
PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY.
75c sod $1.00
SC : to all
Parcel Pott orders promptly filled and prepaid.
T. L. Cely Co.
Ellison Van Moose Concert Co.
Concert Numbers and Scenes From Grand
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 4TH,
Adults 50c and 75c, Children 35c.
Above prices made possible only by the company
having an "off" date.
INTEREST IM THE
Mrs. Mamie Clark Deckles to Be
come Regular Shipper on
Tending to show the great Interest
which bas been created in the cream
-iry route leading1 from Anderson, Sirs
Marnie Clark, who owns a farm (wo
ye three miles from the city, called
it the chamber of commerce room yea
erday for the purpose of confering
tilth the demonstration department of
he diambenof commerce. Mrs. Clark
isa decided to purchase five to. ten
tood dairying cows, and become u
-egular shipper on the Anderson
:reamery route. In addition to shlp
dng cream she will also take advsn
age of the opportunity to ship oggs.
Another acquisition to the natrons
if this route will be Mr. A.. M. Camp
lell, who "ad. a conference siso wit li
Mr. Garrison, and states that he ex
leets to make arrangements to dis
jose of the surplus cream and eggs
from his farm, and will also pur
mase sevoral additional cows. Mr.
'ampbeil has also decided to invest la
i cream separator.
Ralph Drake will also come into
his route, and will purchase a cream
leparator, oleo Increasing the number
if his heard to five or six good milk
Hr. G, Wright Nichol? Praises
Game as Out-Door Eg
Comes to Him
Who opens a 8??lags
UCCORBV and adi* to it
He ls in a position to
take advantage of opt
pn rt salties .when pro.
Bank of Anderson
The Wrongest Bani ia
Mr. G. Wright Nichols, o? Haiti*
aore, who has been In tin city tor
cverardKfS a? a guest of General C.
V. Held, lg an enthusiastic soif play
:r. and Kincj> lie ba? been here he has
teen tinging tho. praise* ot golf, as
mt door exercises, to such on extent
hat quite a number of leading (Ilt
ens of Anderson are enthusiast te for
i gold course. It ls very likely that
hlg visit, and the enthusiasm created
ty MT. Nichols, will result in the es
abnehment of a gold course et An
[crson. Thia matter has thready been
tnder advisement by the :. ant ry
Mub. and et one time lt was thought
hat a link wouV be established,
ir. Nichols Is o:' vie opinion ?hat
here ls nothing that would add more
o the enjoyment and lu ?dth of the
onunnnity than, ihis outdoor ???r<?.K?.
Wk\ ATOR? Vf BLA?E DEAD
?* Sews' l^ej^hr^Hls Relatives
iFroru Greenwood Journal.)
News was received by relatives here
afternoon of the sudden death this
Ding of Mr. Andrew W. Blake st
heme tn Griffin. Ga. Ha is sur
ed hy'two brothers. Dr. T. S.
?.ke. ot Nthtfy 9fx, and Col. W. K.
*e, of Greenwood, and ihre? sls
s, Mrs . Lissie Alexander of Greens
N. C., aud Mr?. H.
hackle Plowden. of lteynolrie. acid
M. M- Plowden, of Greenwood,
Hlake waa 80 year? of age. He
known hy many Greenwood
rrbo will nt- grieved to learn ot
That is a secondary consideration.
Thc first question is, What bulcher?
You are not sore of getting a fresh,
tender juicy steak from aa unreliable
You must be sure: If you aro ?ure
of your butt-uer, you are su rc of your
meat. Our customers rely on us f' ?
hetng. choice, down to the last ourvc
of meat, oven it that ounce is over
The Lily White iMarket
J. N. Lindsey. Propr.
Phones ?M and 6?5.
, I am tho man to Ox your teeth
so you oan es* the pie that 1 put
ta the Piedmont Bett.
I make plates at $6. SO
I make gold crown* at$4.00
SOver fieSngs, ??e and op.
Cold ?Bm? $1.00 mxt? np
Painless Ettratirm* 4?ffc.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Al reo Jarte ot fhe gums
and all crown sad bridge work
and regulating mal formad teeih
Ali work guaranteed nrst-clase.