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The Musical Treat of the Season
late Star "THE CLIMAX" and "NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
FORREST HUFF EMILIE LEE
CHOCOLATE BOLO I UK* ?HIQJl JINKS"
DONALD MACDONALD GENE PELTIER
"WHEN OK EA MS COME TRIE'* **TH E SPRING MAID"
E. H. CRAWFORD, ARTHUR ALBRO, EMILY FITZROY AND OTHERS
45-CASINO BEAUTY CHORUS-45 GOWNS BY LADY DUFF GORDON
This atti action is guaranteed to be one of thc best of the season, the management has offered a large guarantee to bring the pro
duction into Anderson, and desires that the people would make an effort to see this excellent musical comedy.
SEATS NOW SELLING AT BOX OFFICE
PRICES: Lower Floor, $2.00, $1.50; Balcony, $1.00, 75c, 50c; Gallery 50c.
Reserved seat by telephone i3-We do not hold reserved seats any longer than 8 o'clock p. m., date of show, if you make res
ervation call before that time and claim seat or they will be resold.
Free List Entirely Suspended
America's Greatest Battleship,
Thia is the Pennsylvania, to he
launched March 10, at Newport News,
und Miss Elizabeth Kolb. described
by Governor Brumbaugh as the
"sweetest girl la Pennsylvania." She
will christen the vesaui.
The battleship is 600 foet long with
? lw nm nt 07 t"~t ? alia ?.ttl V - I-*
able l-o squeeze through the Panama
Canal If'she ?B sent that way to the
Pacific Ocean. Sha is ot 31,000 ton
nage, considerably larger than the
Queen Elizabeth, Britain's great new
battleship, which IIRB been chief.;- in
strumental in taking the forts ot the
Dardanelles. Tho cost of tho vessel
when completed, will be about $14,
Miss Kolb ls a student at the Na
??iMi.il Purk Somiafry in Washington.
She is the daughter of Louis 4. Kolb,
a former president of the Poor Rich
ard Club of Philadelphia.
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OO MOT M??^?
and Girl Who Will Christ
Of the condition of Th? Dime Savings
Dank, located at Anderson, S. C., at
tbe close of business March 1, 1915.
Loons and discounts.$51,742.50
Overdrafts . 940.01
Furniture and fixtures .. .. 600.00
Due from banks and bank
ers. . 7.966.55
Gold ... 97.00
Silver.and other minor coin. 21S.51
Checks and cash items .... 102.81
Exchange for the clearing
Capital stock paid In.$14,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Individual deposita subject
to check. 32.391.85
Savings deposits. 14,356.28
Time certificates of deposit. 1,775.00
Cashier's checks.' 369.21
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ot Anderson, ss.
Before men came W. E? Watson
mahler ot the above named bank, who,
being duly sworn, says that the above
nnd foregoing statement ls a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
booka of said bank.
W. E. WATSON.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
thia 9th day of March 1916.
J. E. SULLIVAN.
Notary Public, S. C.
Cor rest attest:
J. D. Brown.
S. R Parker.
A. ?. Farmer.
the news while its new
Daily Intelligencer. ?
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
answering questions in monosylla
After half an hour, however, Tn OW
bogan to talk mor?^rooly. The inter
est of the Jurymen, who wre sitting
far forward in their seats so that
they might better hear every word
Thaw sahl, seemed'to give him con
fidence, for from then on ho went
into lengthy explanation.
On croas examination Thaw sev
eral times showed signs of hr.pa
tionce with the manner in which as
sertive questions wore njkod Iibn by
Frank K. Cook, a deputy attorney
gineroi. Kath t'.m*, however, he
quickly became apologetic and said
that he intended to answer Mr.
C->ok'a questions to tho beet "ot his
Thaw was called after his COX?OBU
had tried in vain to got into the rec
ord the testimony of alienists and
others regarding hi* sanity.'
In replv tu questions Thaw said:
"By August,. 1913, 1 Mad com-j to
believe that If would bo sn -impossi
bility for mo to got cut by legal
moans. I was Informed that tba
rrethodj by which people uaually get
out would be unsucccxstul tn my
Thaw said he slept in a ward with
a score or more persons who w?ro
"When they would benong violent,*'
he went on, "they : >'ore put . Jn>
Tho pro* ?cut ion's objection le
that ltnn sustain.
Thaw said h? nsd been advised
by Alfred Henry Lewis, a writer who
bad since died, that tic would he
violating no igw in'escaping, prov'd
PHILADELPHIA. March ll.
Joseph Mayer, of Philadelphia, and J.
P. Poggenburg, of New York, won
their matches today in the claus A
umateur'billlard tournament and will
meot tomorrow night for the national
Mayer tonight defeated E. W. Gard
ner, of Now York, thc titleholder. 400
to 380, while Poggenburg took the af
ternoon game from lt. X. Lord, Chica
go, 400 to 390.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla,, March ll.
--Cravath's hitting was largely res
ponsible for the third victory of the
Philadelphia Nationals over the Dav
ina Reds here today, 6 to 3. The
Phillies meet the Athletics here to
morrow in the first o? a serious of
three games. Score: "
Philadelphia.6 9 3
Havana Reds.3 10 3
Dcmaree, Mayer, Rixey and Burns,
Adams- Perez, Fernandez sud Ferrer.
. Ch inigo Americans.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. March ll.
The Chicago Americans broke a 2 to
2 tie with the Los Angeles coast
elded to leave thc Institution," Thaw
continnued. "So 1 instructed H. A.
Hoffman, ono of roy agent3, to get
mP two automobiles. 1 told Mr.
Hoffman where I wanted the auto
mobiles placed and I flxsd the hour
nt 7 o'clock. I knew the milk wagon
arrived there tAthat lime cn Sun
da v morning.
"Did you believe yourself sane?
-I did." * 14
"Did you intend to commit a
"I was exceedingly particular not
to commit a crime," Thaw contin
ued : ,
"I never saw any of those co-de
fendants beforc thai morning. 1 gave
the men in thc automobiles their in
structions and thev carried them out.
I wanted to get to Pittsburgh without
crossing the State ot New York. Tint
was why I started out to go around
Direct examination endet!, Thaw
was cross examined by Dopucy At
"Do you remember when you
pleaded guilty on the ground of in
sanity?" asked Mr. Cook.
"Yes. 1 remember that," Thaw re
plied. "The plea was made hy Mar
tin Littleton, my counsel, but 1 did
.pot authorize it. It was nv de With
out iny permission. " /
Thaw was questioned about wf'r i
of habeas corpus he had sued out.
He said Former Governor Store, of
Pennsylvania, was among persons
who had told him he could not hope
to gain hi3 liberty by habeas corpus
"Where did you first meet a law
yer named Anhut?" asked Mr. Cook.
"At Matteawan," replied Thaw.
"Did you have a business rela'tiai
Mr. 8tanchfleld"s objection wes
Justice Page excluded any r?f?r
ence to Anhut's attempt at bribery
the idea bi'dnd the next r?verai
Thaw ? .v- any number of people
besides Mr. Lewis had advised him
there was nothing Illegal about bim
walking out of Matin av. an, provided
ho cared to do so and did not "em
ploy violence or corrupt anyone.'.'
"Who werp the five men who came
with the automobiles?" asked Mr.
"I didn't know them," replied
Thaw said he had instructed Hoff
man, his agent, to have tho landau
lot at the gate and the big machine
"at the bottom of the hil!."
----_ ^ '
Prince Is Killed.
PARIS. March li.-The Balkan
Agency has received the following
dispatch from Sofia. Bulgaria:
"Advices from Constantinople say
that Mf.ummed Burham-Eddin Ef
fendi, favorite 6on of the former sul
tan, Abdul Hamid, has been found
strangled in his bedroom, rt has been
confirmed that i2ie prince was killed
This modern little pi
repainting. We will ?
ices Sc ?
solving Horstiuan's delivery and won,
7 to 2. Eddie Collins duplicated his
recent feat of getting four hitB in four
times up. Score:
White Sox.7 ll 0
I*os Angeles.2 7 2
Scott and Mayer; Perritf, Horstman
Chicago TH. Philadelphia.
TAMPA, Fla., March ^yi- The
Chicago Nationals made/ lt three
straight from the Philadelphia Amer
icans here today by taking the Anal
game of the exhibition series, 5 to 4.
The hitting of Schulte and the sen
sational fielding of Thompson fea
Chicago .012 100 01*-5 7 1
Philadelphia . .120 001 000-4 7 3
Adams. Zahel, Standridge and Har
grave, Bresnahan; Ha-per, Bresaler
and McAvoy. Schang.
MACON. Ga., March ll.-William
Martin, infielder of the Boston Na
tionals, broke his right ankle here to
day. Manager Stallings says he will
^end the player to his home In Wash
ington. D. C. The broken ankle is the
same one that Martin fractured in the
Georgetown-Prhiceton game last year.
BREAK A CHILD'S
COLD BY GIVING
SYRUP OF FIGS
Cleanses the little liver and bowels
and they get well
When your child suffers from a cold
don't walt; give the little stomach,
liver and bowels a gentle thorough
cleansing at once. When cross, peev
ish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat
or put naturally; if breath is bad,
stomach sour, give a teaspoonful of
"California Syrup of Figs," and in a
few hours all the clogged-up, consti
pated waste, sour bile and undigested
food will gently move out of t?e bow
els, and you have,? well, playful child
If your child coughs snuffles and
has caught cold or ls feverish or has
a sore throat, give a good dose of
"California Syrup of Figs," to evacu
ate the bowels no difference what oth
er treatment is given.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know ?its action on the
strma.ii, liver and bowels is prompt
and ture. They also know a little
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask yr.nr druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle cf "California Syrup of Figs,"
which contains directions for babies,
children of all ages and'for grown
i'-3 nla'nly on the bottle. Beware of
Tuntcrfcits sold here. Get the gen
"l^e. ma-*--* by "California Fig Syrup
EXCLUDE SEWS MEN
Colorado House Bars Staff oj Den
DENVER, Col., March ll.-^Repre
sentatives of an afternoon newspaper
were excluded today from the house
of representatives for the remainder
of the legislative session. The action
grew out of an investigation by"" a
special committee of the alleged re
ceipt of a package of currency by
Representative W. W. Howland. j
Speaker Stewart stated a reporter
for tho paper had told members pf
the investigating committee that un
less the committee took speedy action
his paper wpdld attack the commit
tee. "On his motion the reporter was
excluded from the house.
Lalor etiler representatives of the
paper appeared and a caucus was
held to determine further action. Af
ter the caucus, a resolution offered
by Speaker Stewart that hil repre
sentatives of the newspaper be ex
cluded from all parts of tho cham
ber for the remainder of *he legisla
tim session was adopted._
Formerly "TH? BIJOU"
MNAGEMENT OF "TH
es of "The Anderson" Th
ic ture theatre has been c
open it FRIDAY, MARCH
WILL BE SHOWN
md 10c. C
The Southern type of
beauty ls represented by
grace, poise and dainti
Shapely feet should not
be rendered clumsy . by
ungainly, ill fitting shoes.
Your feet can appear to
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when encased in a pair of
our elegant fitting shoes.
$3, $3.50 and $4 buys
the prettiest pair "low.
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or^ A ut- ;
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