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TODAY S PROGRAM
OLIVER'S GLOOM KILLERS
'. A allow of real quality, prenentH
"THE FULL DRESS
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"THE CHINATOWN MYSTERY"
Broncho two reel feature
"MRS. COOK'S COOKING"
N. li. 1 hib Gulliver's Gloom Killers show
is the "Une Best Bet" in a l ah show-take
this from me.-Signed Pinkston.
Interesting Meeting Will be Hold
This Evening at the Cham
? ber of Commerce
The meeting of the Anderson . Ad ,
Club at the chamber of commerce
tonight promises to be an' unusually
interesting and pleasant affair. The
meeting will be tn the nature of a
smoker, and light refreshments will
Following the meeting' nt the
chamber of commerce the members
of the ad club will attona t'Jie Para
mount th??tre aa the guests of Man
ager F. M. Burnett.
An Interesting program h ts been
prepared for the,occasion, and those
who come out for Ute meeting are
? assured a pleasant Evening.
A. talk on "Tho Ablation of Adver
tising to r.i'ia?? ifuuness" . will bc
made by Phelr?? Ho ..on>> r.d~crti=??5
manager of The Intelligencer. A, talk
on "Salesmanship" will be made by
Mr. Archie L. Tedd, while ? talk on
"Window Dressing" will be. made by
Mr. Frank Cngor.
As generally known tho ? ad club
was recently organised so 4ns to be
come a department of tho i th amber of
commerce. New rfheera w.?e elected
and committees appointed to amend
the old constitution and by-'tawa. This
committee and /other comm tttees will
submit reports, at the meeting Wed
nesday night .j
A lot of i nterest ls be |ng* taken
- in the ad cb4b work and 1 i*w mem
bers .are b'i'.ng added ? cons tautly,
? RULED AS A CZAR
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faeturing names for Uro fictitious'
The district attorney told of th?
means employed/ by tbJe defendant!!
to get tuen who/n they fcould control
on the election boards. 1 Ho said they
defied InJuncOons and., drove away
special deputy sheriffs with revolvers
In order to'plac0 tho men they de
sired on HIM boards.
In dealing with the "slUBh fund."
Mr: Dailey produced a table to show
how much money Rotoerta assessed
from saloon men an', report keepers
for registration ano election pur
poses.'Chief Holler and RU H. Red
man, a dofendant a-ho was declared
elected " circuit cour t judge tn . the
November election, collected part of
the'fund, the district attorney said.
Me added the fund totalled about $6,
Mayor Robert?, the government's
counsel asserted. \ "called a meeting
ot hts hand-pick? \ election Inspec
tors'' and told then ? "that no one had
a ; right to touch til e voting machines
e*eept Use " inspect? ts and that when
a man entered fe-" voting the in
spectors should dc the work." Rob
erta also demons) 'rated on a voting
machine tho manrler In which a vote
wOUld not be reg! jrtered. he declared.
Often times. ?Mr. t .Dalley said. the
Inspectors would . pull down the De
mocratic lover, forcing thc voter to
vote that ticket, if the voter pro
- vigorousSy. the inspector
would permit him to vote again, thu?
pairing the votoe and leaving holli
"Tho Huberts InHpectorB.' Mr.
Dailey asserted. "always Htood In a
position to see how a person Voted
and, if tho voter voted Tight.* com
municated with the man on the
outside who handled the money."
Aa an example of the ruothods us
ed by repeaters, Mr. Dalley gave
f "One of tho fellows who waa busy
repeating In a precinct A. sixth ward,
was a one-legged colored man, who
voted eight times in the precinct; o..e
time he came with a neg leg; anoth
er time he wore a cork leg: the third
time without anything strapped to
his leg; the fourth tin e an Iron ex
tension leg; another lime with one
crutch; one time for the purpose of
deception, he wore glasses."
Ulven lu Honor of Mrs F S
H'ley'H Eighty-seventh Amilver
An eVpnt that will prov?? of Inter
est throughout Anderson county and
to a ;.?i(;<- ?umber or people, on ac
count of the prominence and the
uumericol strength of the family,
was the birthday dinner which the
children of Mrs. F. S. P'iley gave in
honor of this typical "Mother in
Israel" at the home of one of her
daughters. Mrs. John Pruitt in
Green vii lo street, on Monday.
The occasion was in celebration
of Mrs. Riley's 87th birthday, and
something like 80 peop'.u were pres
ent to felicitate her on this happy
day. Tho guests were Um i tod to the
children and grandchildren of Mrs.
Tho Riley family is one of tho larg
est in this section of the country,
and for years has been one of the
most prominent and Influential. The
birthday dinner was'in every way a
splendid affair and wns greatly en
I Joy?u by all those present.
Tar After Wedding.
Anderson people attending (he
wedding of Mr. WUlet P. Sloan and
.Mh's Haiel Hill, which will ba
solemnized this evening at the resi
dence of Mr. J, J. Norrisa. In
Greenville, will be able to return to
Anderson tonight. The last regular
Interurban ca/ lea vos Greenville at
7:40 o'clock p. m., but arrange
ments have been r, ade for operating
a special car out of Greenville for
Andersen after the wedding. The car
should reach Anderson about mid
Looped the Loop 32 Times.
CHICAGO, March i.-Arthur Smith,
of Chicago, In a biplano bedecked
with -24 skyrockets, ascended tonight
over Lake Michigan and looped the
toop seven times amid the exploding
fireworks. When he reached the
ground he discovered a rocket had
burned a four-inch hole in one ot the
canvass planes. He looped tile loop
82 times from a height of 4.OOO feet
during the day. establishing what he
aald was a record.
Preparing For Food Shortage.
VENICE, via London. March 10
(1:16 s. m.)-To inaura a food sup
ply for Budapest no matter what con
ditions may arise, the city council
has expended $3.760.000 for provis
ions, Chiefly wheat, ry?, barley, rice,
cr.ttlo and pigs. The municipal bak
ery has arranged to supply 100,000
'pounds ot bread dally.
ELKS THURSDAY EVE
OFFICERS WILL BE ELECTED
TO SERVE LODGE FOR
I? Being Taken hr die Race*
Meeting; Will Be An Im
Tho annual meeting of Anderson
Lodge No. 120? M. P. O. Kike, will
be held Thursday evening at thc
Kl ka Home. The most important
business *o be transacted at this
meeting will be the election of ofll
?.ers for the ensuing year. A great
deal of interost Is being taken In the
election;, and there is considerable
speculation as to who will be select
ed to fill the vurlous offlceB.
The offices to be filled are thoBe
of Exalted Ruler, Esteemed leading
Knight, Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Esteemed Uiyul Knight. Secretary.
Treasurer, Tyler, and Trustee. All
these offices aro to be filled by elec- I
Mon. There are a number of ap
pointive offices, theBO to be filled by
tho incoming administration.
Capt. lt. J. 1-Mmer ls Exalted Rul
er of the lodge at present. There are
several candidates being mentioned
for the place. As a rule the next of
fl er to tue Mxalted Ruler ls advan
ced to the highest office, and so on
down the lino; but this is not always
New Ice Cream end Cold Drink
Parler, de Luxe is a
The Informal opening" yesterday
of "Carrlngton's"-Anderson's new
Ice cream and cold drinks parlor de
luxe-was a great success in every
particular. The large number of pat
rons, and especially ladies, who vis
ited the place yesterday and last
night after the attraction at "The
Anderson" theatre were charmed
with the beauty of the new establish
ment and the exceedingly clean and
thoroughly sanitary aspect of every
lt ls the Intention of Mr. Carring
ton, the proprietor, to conduct an
establishment second to none in the
State, and to make it a place where
ladies, as well as gentlemen, will al
ways he glad to visit again. A ri>n.
eral line of cold drinks, ico creams,
sundaes, bottled soft drinks, cigars
and cigarettes and confectionery will
One nf the specialities of the new
establishment will be home-made
chick, u sandwiches. There will be
served freBh every day, and will be
wrapped In tissue paper, thereby in
suring them against contamination.
A full line of cigars, introducing
many new brands, will be carried.
Mr. Carrington aime to furnish the
best of cigars for less money. His
line of confectionery has not yet
arrived. The fixtures fer the place
have been delayed ic shipment but
are expected to arrive in the near
future. In the meantime plain tables
and chairs are being used.
Mr. Carrington has associated
with him Mr. S. C. Kay, former as
sistant secretary of the chamber of
commerce, who is a popular Ande -
sonian and a courteous and accom
ANOTHER ANDERSON CASE
It Proves That There's a Way Ont
for Many Suffering Anderson
JuBt another report of a case in
Anderson. Another typical case. Kid
ney ailments relieved In Anderson
with Donn's Kidney Pills.
'W. B. Moore, prop, of confection
ary, Earl street, Anderson, says: "I
suffered intensely from backache and
other kidney ailments. When I stoop
ped, a sharp pain caught me in the
small of my back and I could hardly
straighten. The kidney secretions
passed too often and the flow was
scant. I had to get up six times tn
a single night to pass the secretions
and they pained terribly. I often had
dizzy spells BO bad that I would have
fallen If I hadn't put my hand on the
wall for support. After suffering for
about three months, I got some at
Evans' Pharmacy. The first box re
lieved me and three boxes Axed me
up In good shape."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Dean's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Moore had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Prdps., Buffalo, o. Y. __
AMERICANS WARNED TO
LEAVE MEXICO CITY
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shipments of food tu ?lio city.
President Wilson himself indicat
ed that ?om? of thc reports about
conditions In thc capital wer?; exug?
gerated. but said fear of riots and
outrages and thc food tam in? had
bfought about a serious situation.
lt ia known, too, from reports from
the Urazlllan minister that Genera!
Obregon refused transportation facil
ities for the International relief com
mittee which raised 50.000 pesos with
which to bring supplies into the
capital to succor the poor and des
It waa believed, tonight a reply
from Carranza would be received to
morrow, but with the evacuation of
Mexico City and the return <J? thc
Zapatistas who, according to official
reports, policed the city well when
they last were in command, officials
were Inclined to believe the crisis
would be passed without serious dif
Obregon* s Reply.
The" Carranza agency here an
nounced tonight that the following
had been received from General
Obregon In reply to a telegram ask
ing for information about conditions
in Mexico City:
"I note, what you say in regard to
the perfldous efforts of the reaction
aries to disseminate false infonna
tlon in the United States In regard
to conditions in Mexico City for the
purpose of discrediting the consti
"The resident foreigners are abso
lutely in no danger whalsoVer. When
I levied the extraordinary assess
ment of the merchants, bankers, bus
iness and professional men in gen
eral In an effort to alleviate the pov
erty-stricken conditions of the poor
the foreigners engaged in business
here through the minister of Prairie
petitioned the first chief at Vera Cruz
to be exempted from its provisions.
Mr. Carranza granted their request
and since then these foreign mer
chants have been very favorably dis
posed to our caif.e.
Gladly Paid Tax.
"Many of tho business men. bank
ers and merchants gladly paid thc
tax imponed and others stated their
willingness to comply with it if giv
en additional time. They aro now
dally endeavoring to meet its reo'ilre
"It ls utterly false that I have pre
vented food at any trine from enter
ing Mexico City or at any time took
supplies from the city to furnish
them to the array.
"Owing to the depredations of the
Zapatistas bite water supply has been
short, but every effort has been made
to remedy this condition. Flour, coal
and other commodities that must
necessarily be imported at all times
have not been abundant, but vege
tables and ?mall trucking that Mexi
co City a tall times obtains froid the
Indians, who cultivate, small' patches
In the suburbs of the city, have been
aa plentiful as the times justify.
Wests Xot Mistreated.
"Having heard that, the American
newspapers were reporting that
Catholic priests had been the sub
jects of mistreatment and that they
were Buffering abuaes In tbeir prison,
I authorized the correspondent of the
La Prenza and the local et the As
sociated Press to interview the cler
gymen themselves and discover ol
their own record how they were be
ing treated. The following la an ex
tract from the report made by thc
correspondents and nubllahed In the
" 'After many of the priests had
singly informed us that they had
not been maltreated they requested
Canon Juan Climaco Ramirez to
voice the sentiments ot the entire
group. The venerable prelato spoke
" ' "We have been well treated by
all the chiefs and officers, who, I
believe, belong to the staff of General
Castro. . We have not been molested
In the least and we know that thia fa
due to orders from Genera! Obregon,
to whom we are greatly obliged for
the consideration shown us. We re
ceive our food from our homes. We
are allowed to receive those who
wish to call on ua and are have the
freedom of the building and walk
through all the corridors and halla.
(They are lodged lu what was for
merly the building occupied by the
department ot war and marine at
the national palace.) We have daily
communication with Father Paredea
who ia working to aolve the situa
'Tn connection with thia informa
tion that has been received In the
United States. I will call your atten
tion to the fact that certain sources
of Info, nation greatly relied upon
by tho United States are poisoned
against the constitutionalist cause.
Every occasion Ia taken by thor/:
'worthy senor?' to put us in the wort?
"It ls natural that those interests
that prospered under the old regime,
while the .Mexican people themselves
were left in a pitiful state, will stoop
ta any means no matter how lew to
discredit the Constitutionalist
movement which they realize sounda
the death knell of special privilege
and embodies a general revolutionary
movement for the benefit of the Mex
ican masses." 4 A, .mmmmm^
Zapata Porecs Occupy Capital.
WASHINGTON, March 9.-The
Milla agency here annor>r,e~*
that a telegram had buen received
..tat I UK that Zapata fun cv. occupied
Mexico city today and had began
repairing thc railroad northward.
LONDON. March .>.- While the
foreign office ha? received no advices
from Mexico City to the effect that
thc British legation Intends to louve
there, it WHK said today that several
months ag\ the British charge d'
affaires hail been authorized to use
lils discretion as to departing.
(?'?n? al (arniliza's Reply.
VKlv.. CRUZ. March ?.-General
Cnrranzu's reply to Secretary Bryan's
note relative to conditions In Mexico
has-tocen drafted and it ls expected lt'
wili bo delivered to John R. Silliman.
of tiie American consular service, to
night or tomorrow.
lt ls stated that Carranza resented
thc note from Washington, hut that
Charles A. Douglas, his counsel, sec
onded Mr. Silliman In his efforts to
Induce the/Oflicials to make a proper
lt is explained in oflielal quarters
here that conditions in Mexico City
are the result of thc machinations of
wealthy residents who have sought to
bring the constitutionalists Into dis
Three Yeer Old Child of Mr. and
Mrs. Moffatt Pruitt in Ser
Tho three years old child of Mr. j
and Mrs. Moffatt Pruitt, who lives
near Neals Creek church, was ser- j
lously burned yesterday morning
abort 8 o'clock, who nits clothing j
caught fire while standing in front |
of the fireplace.
The child wus given medical at- '
tentlon as quickly as a physician,
could get there from the city. The,
Utending physician stated last night
that the child was resting as well
is could be expected whon he heard
from lt yesterday afternoon, but that
'.t will be several days before the
crisis is passed.
Insurance Cases of Judge Fowler
WAI be Called for Trial in
Today promlsto to be one of the
most interesting duys of the present
cession of the court of common pleas
for Anderson county, as the cases
brought by Judge J. S. Fowler
against the several insurance com
panies which carried insurance on
Ms garage on West Market street,
ind which have failed to reach an
tgrecment as to the amount of loss
'.hat should bc paid, will be called for
Cases have been brought against
tlx well known insurance companies,
ind tiie suit ls for the recovery of
122.000 los? when the building was
lest roved by fire several months ago.
The case ls of considerable Inter
est throughout the county, and lt is
probable that the court room will
he rather crowded during the trial ot
the cases. s
Wednesday, March 10th
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The Box Office Attraction Company
"LIFE'S SHOP WINDOW"
From the book as written by Victoria Cross
The people who have read this hook will know
what to expect in this picture. If you have not
read the hook we would suggest that ? you ask
those who have, before seeing the picture.
We do not recommend this picture for the
Special Music By Our Orchestra
Admission - - - 5c and 10c
We do not stop for supper.
"THE LION AND THE MOUSE"
6 Reel Lnbln
EDGAR JONES and ETHEL CLAYTON
Friday Night, Mareil 12
The New York Casino Musical Comedy Success
Book and Lyrics by Rid* Johnson Young
Staged by R. H. Bumritfe - IVrua?c by WUliam Schroeder
(?Cala Cala*' and ?Watch Toar Step") (?When Lore Sa Young")
(Ute Star "Naughty Marietta" ?nd "The Climax)
J.W.Herbert . Forrest Huff Arthur Albro
("Walts Dream") ("Chocolate Soldier") (Royal Opera, La Seale, Buen)
Emilie Lea Donald Macdonald Gene Peltier
("High Jinks") ("When Breams Como Trae") ("Thc Spring Maid") S
Emily Fitzroy, Sam J. Borl?n? E. H. Crawford and others. |&
Casino Beauty Choros. Gowns by Lady Duff Gordon (Lucile).
? ? '? 1 i . . - - ? ? ?
Priese: Lower floor $1.50, $2.00; balcony 75c, $1.00; gallery 50c.
Seato bh tale at Box Office Wednesday 9 A. M.
ThU Attraction hi? my personal guarantee as being high Claas ia ?very res poet. *
1 ?SLE?CH- ?AM?
free Li?t Kuiire?y Suspended. \ Anderson Theatre.
SEE OUR SHOW TODAY and if you aren't satisfied with your bargain, come to the box office and we
will not only refund your price of admission, but will PAY YOU FOR YOUR TIME spent in the theatre.
I_ PALMETTO TH??TRE