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DR. CLYDE F. BOSS IS
NEW EXALTED RULER
OF ANDERSON LODGE NO.
1206 BROTHERHOOD PRO
TECTVE ORDER ELKS
T. P. Dickson, S. M. Wolfe and
C. E. Tolly thc Three Knights.
Capt. Ramer Delegete to
At ibo annual mcsllng hutt nlgbl
of Anderson Lodge |20? Brotherhood
Protective Order Elka l>r. clyde F.
Ross, prominent yuung physician ot
tit?- ( ty. wa? elected Exalted Ituler,
succeeding Capt. R. I Ranier.
T. P. Dickson, prominent member
of Hie Anderson l? *r. ?vas elected lo J
thc ofllce "i* lecturing knigbt,
s. M. Wolfe, nuotber weil known
DU. CLYDE Y. ROSS
KU clod Exnlted Ruler.
member of the Ideal bar. wns elevat
ed tb-thc odie.- of loyal knight.
t'. B. Tolly was elected-to the
position of leading knight.
Willett P. Sloan wa; elected secre
tary of ?bo lodge and Uond Ander
son treasurer, both being well known
young business men of the city.
J. W. Norris waa elected tyler, and
K. P. Smith, tnli?itor of thia circuit,
was elected trustee.
Capt. I'. J. Ramor the retiring
exalted ruler, was elected a delegate
to the Orand Lodge, which meets
thia su tu ni'.' . In Los Angeles. Cal.
Th'oro are two other trustees of the
(UT. H. .1. RA MER
lU't!rlng Exalted Rnler,
linnie, the e being A. S. Farmer and
W. L; Prisser, they having held
A n amber of appointment;* are t??
ba m:ido by the exalted ruler, and
.those will be announced ut thc next
mectlug ot tlii- lodge-.
The annual meeting last night was
in oyefy way on enjoyable and inter
esting occasion. A larg,, majority of
the members wore present and there
was much Interest and enthusiasm
in Ute election.
THE RAI.!.01' VASE
Angle Testifier That Ballon
Fell Down Stairs.
BRIDCKPQF/r. Conn.. Ma-.-'i ll.
- Mr?. Helen M. Angle told Ch'ef of
Police Wm. H. Brenton thal Waldo
lt. Ballou received his fatal ln.iurlr?
ob the night of Juno ri bv . ;.>!'.
downstairs In the Hlppnwam hu'Ming
th Stamford, nnd that she ait r-v?r<l
carried him outsde thc buldng where
ho waa found, boping the fresh air
wot.ld revive him, according to Bren
nan's testimony today at Mrs. An
glo's trial for manslaughter in con
nection with IiaRou's death.
"That's how the bloody footprints
came to bo In my room," the witness
auld she told him.
Other, witnesses earlier in tho day
aald that Airs'. Angle expressed sur
prise when told that Hallan had wet
with an accident, and also that when
Rallou's blood-stained hat waa
found In the cedar ohe3t in Mr. An
gle's rear room, ?he explained that
Ballou had given, it to her the Sun
day before to be cleaned.
Chief Brennan said it waa the
morning after be arrested ber that
ah? mat!, the Maternent about Ballou'
"I asked ber why uhe bad notified
the polio? or called- a doctor." said
Brennan, she replied, "that she waa
afraid of the notoriety which slr?
thought would follow."
COURT ENGAGED IN
TAKING OF TESTIMONY IN
SUIT OF JUDGE J. S. FOW
ONE OF SIX CASES
In This Instance Globe and Rut
gers Insurance Company is
Being Sude (or $2,000
Court of common pleas wa? engaged
?iii of yesterday with the case of Judge
J. S. Fowler against the Oto be and
Rutgers IuHurnnce company, trial of
which wuH begun Wednesday after
noon at o'clock. This is one of six
KiiitH which Judge Fowler ha? brought
ugalnst various insurance companies
for tht* recovery of insurance they
carried on his garage -on West Mar
ket Htrcet which was burned several
months ago. The suits are for the
recovery of a total of ?22.000. In this
ease th? amount being sued for ls
All of Wednesday afternoon wa?
taken up in the examination of Judge
Fowler. When court met yesterday
morning he was placed hack on the
stand. After the examination or this
witness had been completed one more
witness for thc plaintiff was put up.
this on J being Joe Norris.
Testimony for thc defeusc WUK be
ing taken when court recessed ut fi
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Three
witnesses had been put on the stand
when court recessed, these being C. I.
Mell. Ribert O. Hays and Lee A. Fol
ger. Ft? taking of testimony will be
continued when court meets this
THE GARRICK WILL
BE OPENED TODAY
Anderson's Latest Motion Pic?
ture Show Throws Open
Under new management and under
a new name Anderson's latest motion
picture palaco will be thrown open to
the public at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
ThiB new motion pictuic theatre ls
'"The Garrick," formerly The Bijou.
Tho new owner ls C. H. Bleich, iesse
of Tho Anderson theatre, who pur
chased thc movie house from James
McCullough, ot Creen ville.
A deal for this th? tre was closed
i several days ago and at once. Mr.
! Bleich had the place closed down for
.?vt cn ni vi. repairs. ITnder fhn carpen
ter tools, the painter's and decora
tor'? brushes p.nrf the h M nd nf th?? up
holster, the appearnnce of thc theatre
has been greatly Improved.
To see the interior of the old Bijou
theatre, one would hardly recoguize
lt. Tasty painting, and a thorough
cleaning has made a tvondcrful
change in the appearance. The Hteps.
which formerly had two turns, are
now leading directly to the door and
they will admit a far quicker metnod
of reaching the sidewalk. Tho fire
exits are palinly marked and aro
being fixed In such a marVier that it
will be 'one of the safest houses In
the city. There ls not so much to
burn, If that were the question, hut
a fright would have been had with
the narrow steps leading to the exits
before the remodeling was ^i.'.e.
The Bijou was originally a. very
! pretty house, but was'allowed to run
down, and now, the pe'niors and dec
have rcstoi -r*. it to Its former
Tho opening has been set for Fri
day alternen at 3 o'clock. The old
l?ljou patrons are assured that their
te-orltes wilt be there on tho
It was first thought that thc Ander
don orchestra would be divided and
half of them sent to tho new house,
hut Mr. Bleich says the^thla ls not
tho ph*?. This would Impair both of
the orchestrates, and an entire now
orchestra will be hired.
Universal pictures, an occasional
feature and thc best of music ls the
bill of fare for the ucw' play bouse.
IT IS A BEAUTIFUL STORY
"The Italian" At The l'nramouot
Simple NanatlTe of a Poer Italian's
Love for a UM of His Race
His Coning to A ??rica.
'Tho Rallar," to be shown at the
Fammouui rt ?ia rc today ?B a beauti
ful at ?ry, and is not failing to please
tho crowds- '.lie press notices tell the
In Its the ne, "The Italian" is a story
of Intense nunian interest, deftly put
together with the skill of the master
playwright and expressed on (he
screen with all the power et the com
mand of a premier actor and .his sup
It is the simple narrative of a poor
Kalian'* love for a ,elrl of bia race,
his cotuing to America, his subse
quent marriage, and * the burning
paternal love for hts little baby.
Beppo (Mr. Beban) toils hard to
make enough money to. bring his
sweetheart lo this country. A baby ls
born, but ls stricken with illness
which the doctora declar? will prove
fatal unless thwarted by the use of
On his way borne with money to buy
tho milk. Beppo ls robbed by thugs.
Me pots up a 6gh? and ts arrested.
Suddenly he sees t.Te ward boss rid
ing an automobile. A plea for as
sistance is Ignored and Beppo ls sent
to Jail. When ho is released he find?
t-thnt- bis baby baa diod.
Swearing vengeance noon the ?ard
boss, whom h- blamed for the baby's
I OPENING SPRING DISPLAY
WORLDS LARGEST TAILORS
IOur showings for the corning season arc a veritable mH^M ^^^^^ ^ 1^
exhibition of our Mills' ftneut fabrics and choicest styles. H fl m mB |J UHf MB
ll matters not how fastidious a dresser you may be, we M W| ' ( S j??M ?B?k
only ask you to look our line over. We say to you we ].?. |k V.: . ^^f' ly ?^Pra^ P^alr
have pleased thousands of well-dressed men and saved ^| BBLr mSgr
them thousands of dollars since the inauguration of our ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ?
"Mill-ie-Man" policy, by which we are in position io du- a , Fil, Workmanship and m
plicate any fabric shown and priced elsewhere at $2F to $40, at our never-changing price, Trimmings Guaranteed or I
known to one, known to all-$15, Money Refunded |
108 North Main
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death, thu I' '.'un awaits his chauce.
lt comes when thc boss' infant Is
strie! m with brain foyer. Beppo Kalos
entrance to the home and ls about to
dash the bay's brains out when th*
tiny hand moving remalnds him of bis
own dead son. His heart battens and
he goes away to spread flowers on
tho grave of biy'bomblno."
While the story is abundant with
incidents of the most compelling -
pathos, lt Is rich in th-- Innocent;
humor of the poor Italian. . ul thrill
ing at times with scenes auiopg the
slums of New York.
Mr. Behan has given the produc
ion all the due traits that have made
him noted as an actor. From the time
that he ts seen ma\!ng love to his sen
ora from his Venetlos gondola, until
-lie I* seen to be shaking tn a parox
ysm of grl?f over the tiny grave, his
face is ever an inspiration.
/.'.id sharing with Mr Behan's won
derful acting Ibo honors nf the pro
duction in beautiful photography. The
* ? ri y action of the story ' ia laid in
Italy, with its grape vlneayrds and
canals and quaintly groomed people.
Then the story depicts Beppo's trip tn
America, the scenes st the dock? up
on tearing and arriving. And tho re
mainder oT the tale ls enacted amid
the squalid snrrouuriing* of New
York's east side.
Ti give in detail an.account of the
boundless reatures of the production
would he a cotoftMl ta*k. To paint on
paper a true picture of tho worth of
the production from every stand
point, would be little short of Impos
sible. Suffice lt to say . that "Tho
Italian" bids Thomas H. Ince'smaster
piece-greater even than his "Wrath
of the Gods;" ?realer than "The
Typhoon." and-greater than that won
derful Western photoplay. "The Bar
It is a triumph for the producer:
a triumph for the actor and a
triumph for the industry.
Pl'IM HASKW I* TRANSIT
PORTLAND. Ore.. March ll.-Heat
ley & Co.. of London, purchased while
in transit tho grain on ?be American
railing ship William P. Frye, sunk by
the German auxiliary ?.miser Prinz
Eitel Friedrich, according to Max ll.
Houser, n fortland grain dealer who
loaded the cargo at Seattle.
Tin transfer took place bofore the
Frye was sunk and the loss will ont
affce the shippers. The cargo wus ful
ly Insured. N
To >!??> ; Coal Men.
WASHINGTON, March ll. -Presi
dent Wilson wtlt meet eastern Ohio
coal operators tomorrow lb an effort
tn .bring about a settlement of tho
Ohio coal strike. Tbl? announcement
was made tonight by Secretary ot
Labor Wilson after a final confer
ence between. the secretary and Ose
Operators had failed to bring au ad
The president':? InterTentlo-i comes
as th? result of n request from Sec
retary Wilson, after a six weeks ef
fort by the department of labor to
bring about a settlement through
concilstlon or med at?oe.
Need Attention ia February and
.11 ur rh or Face May Stay
Now is Ute time to take special care
of the complexion (f -you wish tit to
look well the rest of the year. The
February% and MaVeh winds have a
strong tendency to bring out fresales
that may stay all summer unless re
moved. Now is.the time to-use othtnc
-dimble strength. '
?This prescription for the removal
of freckles was written by a promi
nent physician and in usually ?o soc
ccspfol that it ls sold by druggist*
under guarantee io refund the money
If lt fells. Get an ounce of ofilia"
double strength and even ? few ap
plications should show a wonderful
Improvement, xntne ot thc smaller
trtcklea evin vanishing eutlniy.
VALUE CilVltttj EVENT^YEAR
THURSDAY, MARCH 18
f?ur Dollar will do duty and a half or,
aouble duty on the above date with the lead
ing merchants of Anderson.