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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, March 11, 1915, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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OLIVER'S GLOOM KILLERS
"THE SMUGGLER'S DIAMOND"
A Thanheuaer two reel feature
i ??'.., *
i "MABEL AND FATTY'S MARRIED LIFE" 5
One of those funny Keystone comedies
POSITIVELY-We GUARANTEE a
change of program NIGHTLY.
Miss Kirkpatrick, occupying front rooms,
Mrs. Allen rear rooms, second floor, both
ready to serve you-and of course thoroughly
The best in the city,* embracing the many
new novelties for this season's wearing. A
variety of fabrics in all the new shades and
SOC to $3.50 yd.
As usual, nothing at other places to com
pare with this most excellent line., A trim
ming for every purpose
Just anything you want, from the dainty
evening silks to silks suitable for street
dresses, etc. A good store full of good
things for you.
199 1-2 E. WhHner St. Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake;
* ? . One of the best in the State.
; GOROON LECTURES
' AFTERNOON TALKS WILL BE
GIVEN AT FIRST JRESBY
Night Lectures Will be Given at
First Baptist Church-Sub
jects of the Addresses
lt. has been definitely decided that
the nmlitorium of the First Presb\ - I
terian church will be used in the af- |
ternoons and that of tlx1 First Bap
tist church at night for the series of
lectures to be delivered here next
week by Mr. S. I). Gordon, a Presby
terian eider and world-fatuous lay
man, who has travelled to practically
very iuhabilated part of the globe
and spoken through interpreters to
tho sninkers of 10 different lan
guages and dialects.
Mr Gordon is to begin lils series of
lectures In Anderson on next Sunday
afternoon, when ho will address tho
men's mass meeting in the court
house at 3:30 o'clock. That nicht lie
will speak a? the Kirnt Baptist
church. For three days thereafter
he will speak twice daily, in tho af
ternoons at the First Presbyterian
Church and nt nights in tho First Bap
The topic of Mr. Cordon's address
to the men s inaay meeting Sunday af*
tcrnoon will be "How Au Old Town
Was Quietly Hut Radically Shaken Up
und Then Shapen Up Anew." The
BUbject of his lecture in the _ First
Ilapllst < burch. Sunday night will bc
"God on a Wooing Errand."
Mr. Gordon's lectures In the after
noon : will be at 3:::<> o'clock, while
those at night will bc Riven at S
o'clock. Tlio BubjectS of the after
noon lectures are as follows:
Monday- ' How to Assure Answers
to Prayer; the Great Simple Condi
Tuesday-"How to Assure Answers
to Prayer: School of Prayer."
Wednesday "The Significance of
the World: War to the Thoughtful
Tile subjects of tho night lectures
are ns follows:
Monday-"Biography of Man Who
Took a Long Walk With God and
Never Came Rack."
Tuesday- The Maker's Hule of
Exchange and Brokerage;"
Wednesday- 'The Mastering Pas
AH generally known. Mr. Gordon
comes to Anderson under the auspices
ot the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation, aud the ministers of tho city.
ll RO A DU S KNIGHT TO UK
Cl.Kith IN N'KVi DISTRICT
Senator Tillman's Private Secretary
Sl?fed For titi' Job-Henry V
Tillman Not a Candidate.
ftrradus Knight, private seqretary
to Senator Tillman, former private
secretary to Congressman Johnson,
has been seiend as clerk of the
western federal district, according
to an announcement from Spartan
burg yesterday afternoon*.
Mr. H. C. Tillman's name has also
been meutloned for the place. but
without Mr. Tillman's knowledge or
consent. Ho stated this morning
?hat he was not a candidate for the
position and would not accept it If
tendered him. AB is well known.
Mr. Tillman will bo a candidate for
congress from the third district
against Congressman Aiken In 1916.
The clerkship of the federal dis
trict court is looked upon as a prize
joli, for it pays a good salary, and
allows thc appointment of assistants.
Probably there will he applicants for
tho position from the vnrloua coun
ties throughout upper South Caro
lina, which compose the western dis
Headquarters In greenville.
Thc new court ls ?y have its head
quarters In Greenville, and the clerk
and other officers will have perma
nent offices there. All bankruptcy
and other proceedings arising in the
western district, and which are now
filed In Charleston, will be filed at
Season Opens April 22.
CHICAGO. March 10.- The Ameri
can League's playing season of 154
games will open April 22 and close
September 22, according to an an
nouncement today by two members
of the schedule committee.
* VALUE GIVING
Anderson, S. C.
Thursday, March 18
Make Your Dollars Have
EXCELLENT SITE ON NORTH |
MAIN STREET SELECTED
CORPS WILL BE
HERE MARCH 22;
.Varch From Clendon to Sandy
Springs and Entrain There for
The encampment of Clemson Col
Icgc cadets in Anderson during the
week beginning March 22 will be heh? ;
on th?; Roberts property, on North
Main street, this site having been
selected yesterday afternoon by Flrel
I.te.itcnant J. M. Cummings. II. S. A.
commandant of the corps, who. in j
company with Cuterer A. L. Schilel- j
ter. carno down to the city to make
arrangements fer the stay of the
cadets in Anderson.
Elegant Camp Sile.,
lt had been thought that thc on- j
canipment would ba held in North
Anderson and a large site near the
Civic Park WF.S under consideration,
but after a careful [Inspection Com
mander Cu-nmlngs pronounced the
character of the soil iu the proposed
camp Blt? to bo unsuitable. The soil
is extremely sandy, i which would
make lt practically impcsslble to get
a tent peg to stay in tho ground, es
peclally if the wind were blowing.
Other places In North- Anderson were
shown the army ofllcer, but none of
them came up to the requirements for
a camp site such as tue one that the
Clemson cadets will have to have.
Mr. John Linley, who took the party
over North Anderson, showed the
commandant nsxt the Roberts prop
erty, on North Main street. The
character of this soil was pronounced
entirely Bullala fdr camping pur
poses, the drainage being excellent,
the ground smooth and thc place al
together one of thCoest obtainable.
Tho tents will bo pitched on a large
area directly across Main street from
Menefleld's store. The front Une of
tents will be set back several feet
from the sidewalk, and will extend
back into tho property for several
hundred feet. Locations for the
kitchen, the headquarters and other
divisions for the encampment y\ere
selected by Commandant Cutrin|n?s.
Arrive Here Tfareh 22._
Thc cadet corps. 730,, ?tr ont J -will
leave Clemson College soon after
breakfast on Monday morning March
22, and will march as1 far ns Sandy
Springs. Here they will have dinner,
after which they will entrain for An
derson. Several Ppedal trains will
?..3 at Sandy Springs. t.o . bring the
cadets and their baggage to Ander
It ls probable that the Cadets will
reach here about 1 o'clock. The; will
detrain Immediately and go to the
camp, whore everything will be in
readiness for their coming.
Prepare Camp Noon.
Llet. Cummings stated yesterday
that he will send a man to Columbia
this week for the purpose of loading
the tents which arc to be loaned the
college by the State militia. The tents?
will arrive here about Saturday, be
stated. About Wednesday or Thurs
day of next week a crew, will be sent
to Anderson from Clemson to pitch
tho tents and get things ia readiness
for the cr.dets when they, arrive here
on the following Mondr.v. In the
mean tin e water pipes will be laid on
the property and other accomada
tiona of this nature provided.
Camp wi! bo broken Friday after
noon) March 26 in time to allow the
cadets to get back to the college by
Saturday. During the five days the
cadets are encamped here* they wilt
go through a dally program of
maneuvers. Drills and maneuvers
will be held In tho forenoon, while
tho afternoons will bo given over to
amusements and recreation. The ma
neuvers will bs held some three or
four miles out in the country, in a
section to bo selected later.
Drill Dswn Tc wu. f
One ot the features of tho encamp
ment of particular inte:-est to the
public wll be dress parade ot the
cadet corps, which will take place on
the square Thursday afternoon at an
hour to be selected later. There will
ba much of Interest to the genere!
public, of course, in the drills and
in 5 Parts-Lu
ing ETHEL CLAY!
Every one has read the
e missed the best chane
rms PICTURE POS
y and 1 Oe. (We d<
maneuvers which will take place near
the camp alte, and there Ia little
doubt that the place will be surround
ed by visitors practically at ail hours
of the day.
' The closing feature of the encamp
ment will bc tho baseball Kaine be
tween the teams ot Chuinon College
and Furman University! This game
will take place Friday afternoon, rt
an hour to be announced later, and
will probably be played at Duenar
Low Hates Probable.
The trafile committee of the cham
ber of commerce will endeavor to se
cure I ii v.- rates on all the stearn and
electric roads during encampment
A meeting of the amusement com
mittee of the chamber of commerce
will be held this afternoon at 5:30
o'clock when the matter of perfect
ing other details of the encampment
will bc taken up and disposed of.
Cost of Knciimpment.
From a business (standpoint alone,
tho encampment of the cadet corps
of Clemson College In Anderson for
a week will prove a great benefit to
the community. Caterer Schiletter
stated yesterday that it cost some
thing over $300 a day Lo provision ?he
encampment. When this is taken iv LO
i consideration together with the
! amount of nioney the cadets will
spend themselves lt will be seen that
a considerable amount of coin will
be turned lo?se in the channels of
Entries Include Champion two-Year
. of Last Yeur.
(By Associated Pr**?,)
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. March 10.
Probably the largest field in the his
tory' of thc Kentucky derby will face
the barrier at Churchill Downs May
S. The 68 entries today Include
champion eastern two years-olds of
last year, horses that gave promise
on the Kentucky and western circuits
and aeveral that have run well this
year as three years olds at Juarez,
X' v.- Orleans and Havana.
With $10,000 added money, the
race, lt was said, probably would be
the richest of the American turf this
year. It Is for three years olds at a
mlle and a quarter. .
Among probable starters are the
unbeaten Last Coin from the stable
of James Butler, with Kilkenny Boy
and Pebbles. Harry P. Whitney has
entered Prlnce Henry, Spun Glass
and Regret. J. E. Madden has five
eligibles. . .
Emerson Cochran and Plf, Jr.y tho
entry ot H. L; Maker, i; Kentucky's
favorite for thP derby.
Ghetto Girl..winner of the Chapul
tepec handicap ut Juarez this year, is
regarded as the most promising filly
Tonight! Clean your bowels
and step headache, colds,
Get a 10-cent box.
Take a Casdaret tonight to cleanse
your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and
yon will surely feel great by morning.
Yon men and women who have head
ache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are
bilious, nervous, upset, bothered with
a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or
have backache and f/el all worn out.
Are you keeping yj;ir bowels clean
with Cascarete-or merely forcing a
passageway, every few days with
salts,'cathartic pills or castor oft T >
. ?ascarcts Immediately cleans and
regulate -the Stomach, remove the
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; take Ute excess bile
from the l?ver and carry off the con*
stipated waste matter and poison
from the bowels.
Remember a Cascaret to-night, will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-cent box from your druggist means
healthy bowel action; a clear head
dnd cheerfulness for months. Don't
forget the children.
Ktf iACHACHS ANO f.LAU?fci
Vf arch lltti.
) THE 1
ON and EDGAR JO
book orneen the play.
:e if you don't see the pi
?TIVELY IS GREAT
> not close for supper) ?ur (
Emily Fitzroy, who nlriys thc Chap?
leneheiV Association .neets
in Fioreucc .March ?4.
On the' 24th of March, more than
one thousand of thc leading teachers
of South Carolina, representing
schooin and colleges, will gather in
Florence to attend the fifty-third
anima'? meeting of the State Teach-,
ers* Association. The president of
the association, A. B. Rhett, super
intendent of the Charleston city
schools, has prepared for the general
meetings a program of extraordinary
interest and value to all concerned
in the pvomotipn of public educa
tion. Those attending will have thc
privilege of hearing discussions of
live educational questions and issues
by men of wide and successful ex
perience, among them being Dr. J.
J. Joyner, State superintendent of
North Carolina. Dr. J. A. C.
Chandler, superintendent of the Rich
mond city schools, State Superinten
dent ,J. E. Swcarlngen, President W.
S. Currell and other well known
teachers. The departmental pro
grams of the - city superintendents,
th0 county superintendents, the ele
mentary teachers, and of*the school
improvement association present
vital .problems in supervision, man
agement and teaching.
That the social features of this
convention will bo up to the standard
of previous years ls guaranteed by
thc well known hospitality of the
city of Florence whose cltlsens and
chamber of commerce have fully pre
pared to entertain this great conve,.
On the above date i
of Ar?dersori will offer ?
tien which has taxed thc capacity
of tho lamest cities ic the State.
Everything possible wiil bb done to
contribute to the comfort and enter
tainment of thc visitors.
The railroads have granted a low
er rate even thantthat of last year,
lound trip tickets will be on salo
March 22, and do uot require certifi
cate or validation. Persons residing
at non-coupon stations ore required
to notify their agents, three dayB in
advance, of intention to purchase.
There has been a keen rivalry
among the counties for the honor
of having the largest percentage of
trachers at the annual meeting.
This year a handsome silver trophy
cup will be awarded to the county
that sends thc largest percentage r-f
its enrolled teaching force. It ls cus
tomary for trustees to grant leave
of absence, without deduction from
salary, to ill teachers who attend thc
Among the attractions of Interest
and profit not the least will be the
exhibits of work and equipment to he
shoWn by several of the progressive
schools of thc State. The book com
panies and supply houses also will
have exhibits. A new feature in this
department will bo th Audubon So
ciety Exhibit on bird study, which
will be of practical help to teachers
who have int-toduccd this valuable
study In their schools.
The secretary has received an ur
gont invitation to the association to
hold Its next annual meeting in the
city of Charleston. This and other
invitations will be presented to tho
association at Florence
, MARCH 18
he ieading merchants
exceptional values for