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I SPECIAL TOI
I THE AN DEI
\% THE CLEMSON COLLEGE
^ will '?ive an indoor band concert in our the
8:"JO tonight. Immediately after concert
1? "The Girl I Left Be
ff featuring ROBT. EDESON will be shown, i
ADMISSION 5c AND 10c M>
jk = - -- rt< =
,K J Coming Friday and Saturday
^ The Spoilers from Rex Bc
?J 9 Reels
Thursday, March 25 th
101 W West Show
See the exhibits in front of our
FREE ROPE EXHIBITION BY COWBOY
LARUE THIS AFTERNOON AT 2, 3
AND 4 O'CLOCK IN FRONT OF
The Master Key No. 13
ADMISSION ONLY :-: 5c AND 10c
rilOUU/lM TODAY IS Riggs nf (Tenison College anti .ither
MOST INTKKKSTIMJ ' officers of ibe Institution will he
(CONTINUED y HOM PA? ti ON H.)
guests at a dinner party to he tend
ered at Hose Hill Cl?!? hy sume 18
business men of ?he ?Hy.
nt Camp Higgs and move down North' <i!t'o dut? ?>u.crt.
Main street, au they did yc'tenki, ?if ! Another interesting feature of the
tert'.oon. reaching the publia square evening portion ot the program wilt
nt 4 b'oio?k. Auer marching abo?l I"' 'I"' 1 jncqrt which the Clemron
the square as th v did yesterday BW-^?*1*?8 CU ' < HLB W,U RLV,I LN'UIE
terncon. the hrnt battalion "will take auditorium bl the Anderson College,
position, on North Main titri t. thc A 1Ui! acbonni ol this entertainment
necond .battalion cn Weal Whitncr '* fn'?Iul in nnolher column of The
street and the third hat Ul Hon pu , i'it"lll?% peer this morning.
South Malu stiect. In thia position H"x ,>urt>' ??night,
tim cadet., will go through thc man Thc amusement tmmnUttoa of the
uul or arm?. The ?us. battalion will bamber ot commerce will tender a
IK lu command of Major Osborne. 1'; > rr: I'urty u; "The, Anderson-' theatre
the second hattalioii in roni-mand Ot l"?lRht in honor o? the ladles ot
Mnlor. fruviun. I*, c., and tho ?hird plemson Collage. A number of ladies j
battalion in command or Major Olav: :,r M?? ' i:>' *MJ be Invited to attend j
er, J. K. porty also. Among thone visiting
* Itnnd Concert Armin* . . ludlow or Clemson College tnyltcd to|
Thone who were fortunata t tl ou nhtho bp?! party arc: Mesdames Higgs,
to take In tho delightful hand con- biller. Sadler. Cummins,-Mooro and
cert which the cadet bund gave ve;.- Marshall. Aft r tbs party refresh;
torday afternoon niter the parade win nenio will bo served,
bo Klad to learn that another concert i ' .
ls to be given this evening. From*! Keep Your Bowels Reg*'nr.
h. 8::it) o'clock tho cadet hand ; As everyone knows, the'bowels are
v, 111 give n (oneert at "The Auder- ? thc sewerngo system of tho body, anti
son" theatre, which will he free to1 lt la of the ?rentost Importance that
the pul-ile. they move once each tiny. If your
Dinner ut Hose Hill. ? tiowels become constipated, take a
At Ro*e HUI club ?his .evening at doso of Chamberlain's Tablets Just
8 o'clock Col. .1. M...Cummins, com- ' "f ter supper anti they will correct tho
mandam ol' cadets; re rf dent W. M. diaordor. Obtainable everywhere.
We've set a strong pace in our new line of Spring Shirts.
The Tiger Specials for $t.oo and they're from fashion's in- %
ncr circle where the smartest styles are created.
The Tiger Specials are Silk Mixture* of unusual stripes and
attractive patterns. For men of discernment.
SPARKLING CREATIONS IN SPRING CRAVATS
A new vintage of unusual designs in rich tones and strik
ing combinations. Ask to see our "Tipperary Bat Wings"
Ask "Hugh, the Jew."
. ' y *
Grand Stand seats for the ball game Friday for aale here 40c
T. L. Cely Company
Order by P. Porst.
atre from 7:30 to Jg
\ 5 reel Fox feature
VTINEE 2:30 P M. ?
?ach's Book j?
OMMANBAHT HOST TO
PiiBIY BUSINESS MEN
COL. CUMMINS DELIGHTFUL:;
DINNER PARTY AT CAMP
Business Men of City Will Recip- ?
rocate by Giving Supper at j l
Col. Cummins,, commandant nf. M
cadets a'. Clemson College, was hos! '
la-.t night to a Dumber of representa 1
tlve business men of tii(. city at un j
Informal .-.upper at Camp Higgs. A I '
most delightful ban((ueut was spread j e
by Capt. SchlU'.ter in the large din-j I
lng tent at the camp, and although j 6
thc conditions wer? not UH favorable I}
at the college, rncr?. \v?s little dif
f?rence! H the menu served, nor in
the manner of serving lt.
After ?ho supper Col. Cummins,
acting as ta&kt master, introduced a
number of his gueitB who responded
in happy vein, complimenting the
college, and paying high tribute to the
manly and courteous bearing of thc
cadets .ince tiicv have been lu An
derson. ie\ernl of the speakers dwell
mi tho proposed annexation, pt Clem'
ron College to Anderson, and hoped
tjiat thia nintte- could be accomplish
ed nt ro distant nay. The work the
college in doing to build up the sch u< <
<.f agriculture ? in che State waa also
commended', and tho future wealth ol
South carolina under the guidance iU
tho young men now nt this inst ii ut MU,
was felt to be assured. Thorn speak
ing, in the order calle'd upon, were:
Mayor J. li. Godfrey, W. W. Siiiouk.
editor of The Intelligencer; P?rtu r A.
Whaloy, Secretary, or the chamber of
commerc?; Robort'K. Lig?n, general
manager of Cluck and Bqulnox mills:
B, B. Gossett. vice .president of tho
Brogan, Riverside and Toxnwuy cot
ton mills. .
Among those present were: Messrs.
T. Kiank Wallis, .lohn \V. Linley.
W. W. Smoak, Robert ES. I.i;:on, J.
li. Godfrey; HU A. Orr. P. M. Ihir
cott, w..L. Br|3sey, Leo O. Holleman,
Porter A. Whaley, William Laughlin.
I?. B. Gossett. M. M. Mallison, Pr.
l??'liera. Key. \V. ll. Mills, Capt.
Duckett, A. Sehillete-, Quartermaster
Sloan and Cap*. E. B. Elmore.
Tills evening u reciprocal tapper
will b,? given by the business nen ot
the cl y ai I KM- Hill Club.
HELD IN JAPAN
A New House of Representatives
Was Selected- Women
TOKIO. March 24.-A general elec
tion was held throughout thc Japan
ese empire today to choose a uew
house of representatives. The 1 em
peror dlsol\?'d the last house In De
cember of lost year because of its
refusal to ratify thc cabinets and tho
militar)' program. The campaign has
been exciting and ex pen-ive.
The appearance of -women for the
first t'me in Japanese hi dory caused
a* sensation. Wlws of several a.ih
dldate made a house to house can
vass, thereby provoking considerable
newspaper comment concerning the'
development of "new woman." lt
will be several daya before UJs known
which element won.
Foils Throtstth Skylight.
HATTIE8BI?HG. Miss., March S4.
While repairing a clock on top of a
bank building hore today A. M. Cook,
Jeweler, fell thirty feet through a sky
light iiito the bank's counting room
and was killed.
Mew York Author Head.
ATLANTIC CITY. March _24.-Mor
gan Robertson,' Now York author was
'mind dead in his room at a hotel
here today. Heart failure, was thc
cause of bis death.
BEHIND THE BARS
WHITE MAN CHARGED WITH
HAVING PROCURED TWO
AN OLD TIMER
Believed That He Has Been
Pr? '/ticing This Game for
Charged with swindling. Edward
Hamilton, lilias J, Vf; Williams
waa brought her- list night by
Sheri IT J. M. ll. A hley froai Abb
vii?*, wliero !:.. had been placed under
arron v Sheriff C. Lyon, and lodg
ed in ii;'- county [all. There are
numerous aecusntilnu against the
?nan ono of which la to tho effect
ihut I.<. hay nra ct h d hin game licro
some two years ago and another that
Ito hn ; boon at this business for tho
f>ast IO y vars.
. Tho particular elurge on which
Hamilton la held nt l h l? time is that
ai uttempted to swindle tile h'rc t wei J
scmpany, dealcfs lu live steck, etc..
jut of n nair o! mulea. Last Monday
\ ma i of ordinary appearance went to
tho Fr et wei I company's place of busi
III j ami proposed to trade a black
Horse for h |.a,'r of tunic!, giving $:'.-."
o lief ?. The mau puidered his note
ior the $::^."> and gave i raortgugo on
tho mules to further sci ure the debt.
?Vie a the necessary papers had been
Ir?wn lie told Mr; J.J. Pretw?ll that
i? lived on the farm of a Mr. .\lc
3?e, mar Hue Weat. Abbeville coun
At tho time tho trade was made
hore was no amphion on the part
>t thc tellers that anything might be
vrong with it. but later In tho day
dr. Fretwoll grew suspicious. Tues
iay morning .Mr. .1. J. Fret wei I, Jr
?van sent to Imo Weat ti. find out if
he man did live on the farm of Mr.
?II (icc. aa he had stated, lt wa i found
hr.t tho man did not live on Mr.
dcGce's place and had never lived
lu re. OT receipt of this Information
tr. Hay mond Fretwell and Mr. Cray
on Cann set about to locate t'.re man.
They found him at Abbeville and hud
lim arr o j tedi Yesterday mornitw
Sheriff Ashley went to Abbeville to
?ring the "tun hack to Anderson.
o;?lc'?rs of tue law are satisfied thia
s the same man who swindled anoth
er local live stock dealer out of
mir of mulei and a $500 carriage*:
oms two years ugo. They al*o be
love that thia Is thc mun who has
?eon engaged in thi> aort o' binincs?
t.r the patt lu years and who han
?cen shipping his booty to '?harlcs
on, where it haa been ?.old later.
The man who traded with Mr.
Yelwell gave his name a., J . .Vf. Wil
lama, but his real name ls said to be
Sd ward Hamilton. He iii from Abbe
llle county and la mid to have re
utlvcs living there. Last Saturday, lt
s stated, this man tried to work the
ame kind of game on G^eer* Hros. of
?elton and auothcr stock dealer at
.ill- That these dealer?.. c;c:iped
irohably because they told the man
hey \yere not selling stock on credit.
It ia said that Hamilton admits he
iwi?dl?d Mr. l<retwell la-,t Saturday,
md that when asked why he did this
tated that hs hud a wife a-id seven
diildrcn, and thev were hard un for
noni v. }t is said that after llamil
ob purchased li's inuits last Saturday
ie cam': hack and bought u whip, pay
ng cash for thia and exhibiting a roll
if hills believed to have amounted to
,2(0. . .
f. % nliuMllll
MACHINERY TO REPLACE
THAT BURNED ORDER
ED BY EXPRESS
RESUMES WOR K
Mest Tuesday or Wednesday
Will Start Work on New
Building at Once
Machinery to replace* that which
was destroyed when tho horse collar
'aclory of Mr. T. Q. Anderson was
mined last Monday night haa been
ir der ed by express arid will probably
trrlve heVo today or . Friday. The
nachinery will be Installed temporarl-.
ly in ono of the other building i of
?fr. Anderson'? system, and it ls
jrobahle that e vt ry thing will be la
readiness (or the . n&umptlon e
iperatlons by next Tuesday or Wed
l os day.
Mr. Anderson stated yesterday that
io will begin immediately to rebuild
the plant which was burned. The
itructure will be along the same linea
is that, one that was destroyed, abd
will bo completed at the earliest pos*
ilblo mom tut. Mr. Anderson ha-*
?cen doing r. splendid hit-lues j with
his venture, and that he ia to resume
:peratlona with n new plant after so
mor* a delay will bo gratifying news
o the general public % !
Mr. Julian Calhoun, of Spartan
burg, an Independent (Ire adjuster,
?va? in tho eily yesterday for the pur
503? of Inspecting tho ruins of the
dam and adjusting tho amount of
he loss. Mr. Anderson carried
something like $1,830 Insurance on the
Mrs. R. H. Henderson ls visltln
1er paren U at Picken s.
CLEMSON GLEE CLUB
AT COLLEGE TONIGHT
WILL BE CARRIED OUT
BEGINNING AT 8:15
Club : las Appeared at Numerous
Place? in This State and Has
What promises to be one of thc
most delightful features, of the cadet
encampment in Anderson ls ibo Con
cor! which will 1)0 give n by tho Clem
I sou Coll?ge Qieo dub at 8:16 o'cloek
; tills evening in tho auditorium of the
! Anderson college.
The ? hil? consists of 12 voices, and
since .its organization has given per
! formances at Winthrop and Chtrora
colleges and other places. "Wherever
?Hie club lias appeared tho audiences
I have bet a delighted with the perform
ance:-. and liw entertainment tiiis
ievening^hl Anderson college promises
i to be thoroughly enjoyable and large
The program for the concert this
evening is as follows:
Trombone solo. Selected-Mr.
"In tiie Hean of tho City Thut Has
No ll? arl." Daly-Messrs Sta'-khoime.
\ I ?likes. Moore and LcGrand.
j Stringed quartet, arranged hy Mey
ers-Messrs. Clover. Meyers, LcGrand
' .md T.egette.
"When Von Wore n Tulip and 1
Wore a Big. Heil Hose, Wonrich -Mr.
Dukrs and Club.
Faust Walt*! Duet, Gounod-Messrs.
Webb mil Albrecht.
Medley, ("ranged by * Moore-Club
"Good N'ight. Hoar." Anderson-Mr.
^n""in hand ar -anged hy Moore
"Tho Story or a Tack." Par'.<.??
' Messrs. Stnu^khr.use. Dulcea, Moorr>.
Enchantment waltzes. . Mnmin'in
duct, Albert!-Messrs. Glover and My
"Virginia Lee." -.Lunge-Vest's.
Sfackl?oU8e, Dukes, Moore and Le
"To You." Park*-Club, z r r.
> P"rsonn*?l-A. EUI? 7* S. P?*VA;
??. ?\ SHovitnime. .7. v Glover. T. ir..
duke's. .1. M lvfvors. .7 S. ?to^c TT. C
T ?jette. .7. y Itt^rVm^". L LeGrand
W. \. Tflnl. V. T. Ar-tlptmon.
T"mi8t&-C. II. Albrecht and C. W. !
DEPRIVED UF WINE FOR
i RELIGIOUS FESTIVAL
JEWISH CITIZEN COULD NOT
GET PACKAGE FROM THE
WAS OVER SIZE
New "Gallon a Month" Law
- Seems to Work a Hardship
on Jews of the State
South Carolina's new "gallen a
month" law is proving of great in
convenience to JcwDh people of tho
State who hav.3 ordered wines for one
of their festivals which is to be ob
served very soon. The first instance of
the law working a hardship on Jows
of Anderson who observe these festi
val., carno to light yesterday morn
ing when a Russian Jew went to the
local office of thc Southern Express
company to get a package of w In es
au il Him.n thst had been ordered
.for himself and friends. The wines
had been ordered for.the approaching
festival and the liquor was for tho
personal uso of a friend.
When the package of liquor came
In yesterday morning on tho 9:40,
o'clock train Manager H. B. Johnson
of I'he express office saw at once that
lt was over the regulation size, that
ia, that it contained moro than one
gallon, the maximum amount which ;
anyon,, can receive at on0 time. The
pack-age was opened and found to
contain. 10 pints of wine nod other
liquor'. Package and contents wore'
sent out of Anderson on tho next
train, at tl:M o'clock, Mr. John-son
The person who . celled for the
shipment was, of course, very rmmii
disturbed about the matter;' but when
he was told the law on thh point he
submitted and went Ilia?'way.. .
'Several days ago a number of Jew
ish people of Columbia appealed to
Governor Manning to give them some
relief In this matter, as the new law
would deprive them of wines which
they bad ordered for the festival.
Governor Manning esp?ale cd to the
callers that h<. wan* powerlew to do
anything that would be in thc nature
ot % sus pension of tho'law.
SECOND DAY CADET
(CTWrnNUKTV F HOM PAPE 0KB.? ^
Butte manual., Co. A. Capt. Strlb
bling, and Co. P., Capt. Harris, ?pre
selected to give this exhibition drill
Th.? two companies wore io command j j
Of Major Osborne.
Tin drill proved of Interes! to n vam | I
brcwd cf people, who Congregated |
aloifg all streets sad in tho plaza to j
witness ; the exorcises. Many? rf then: I ,
hair never witnessed just such n drill j
and it proved especial Iv interesting .
-, B?nd Oncer. Kit joyed.
Following tile drill the cadet hand
a;sombl?d o? tho balcbuy of Hotel
Chlquoin and gaye a mont delightful
concert. Practically all those who
witucs-cd thc drill remr/ncd for thc
concert. A number of SelcCtir.no, in
cluding sonic ijf the newest piecc.i. -t
were rendered. Judging from tho ap-J
plauso following the rendition of thu
vai-loua selections, the rync?rt waa
heartily enjoyed hy. everyone pr?sent. '
K?upept(on Lust Night.
The crowe IHR feature of the day's
prrgram was tho entertainment for*
tho cadets last ovenhig by the ladles
of the city. The event was in the na
ture of a theatre party followed by a
reception. At 7 o'clock ' the cadets
marched to "The Anderson" theatre,
wi-.ore they enjoyed motion picture-?
and a conceit hy thc cadet band for
an.hour. After that they repalicd to
tho rccent.o.i ball i.ver the theatre
where' they were introduced to scores
of "the men and women of Anderson.
Delightful- punch and landwichca
were served hy a number of young
ladies who very kindly assisted thc j
committee of ladies having'thia mat
ter in charge. The hall had bven de
coratt (I tor the occasion in Clemson
Col lege'colors and presented a most
Still another enjoyable feature of 1
yesterday's program was. tlie dinner
which Qol, J. M. Cammlna, com
mandant of cadets, tendered u few
friends at Camp Higgs last evening.
A' full account of the dinner party ap
pears In another column of Tho In
telligencer this morning.
,Prr,r. Mitchell of C?em3on College
was among Hie visitors at Camp
NV. lt. Glenn of Centervllle waa lu
thc city yesterday. ?
DO IT NOW
Take advantage of the pleasant
"weather and have "your decorat
ing done now-we have the? pa
per in stock and can deliver the
gooda on c. moment's nt tice
no walting and no 01:-.appoint
You will find some exception
ally nice pupers for
A double roll
olitcria a littlo moro-but what
ever the price. yoq will find lt
v right-just as low or a littlo blt
lesa than you would pay any
GUEST PAINT CO.
'(Guest SCHB thc Best'*
ESS MAIDS fi*m?**
i OF FLORENCE"
: the people with thc
own in Anderson. -
LAD ll DEATH IN
1ST UNUSUAL Wi
NECK BROKEN WHEN COW
RAN DRAGGING HIM
TEN YEARS OLD
Victim of Accident is Sop. of
Charles L of tis of Near
VarenrXes Ch Of cfc*
Thomas, the 9 year old son of
Mr. Charl-s Loftia, cf the Vareunes
church setjion, riustn'.ned fatal in -
iurles yesterday afternoon .about I
o'clock when a cow which he wa?
driving to pasture ran away, ami
ilra>d the Ind -onie" '.?00 yards. Thc
hov? neck wnB broken
The boy was driving thc cow by ?
rope. one.end cf which he had passed
..round his body and fastened with a
snap. The cow became frlgh'JVied
and made a quick lunge, which jerked
the boy off his lei t. This appeared to
Lighten the bow r.tlll .more and she
immediately began to run. The man
ner in which the ropo was*, fastened
caused it to tighten about rho boy'?
b~dy like a noe re. which made it.
impossibly Tor him to extricate him
self. ? ' ". . .
The animal r:in for some 300 yards,
dragging tbe lad ?tl the way. His tieck
was broken in the meantime and when
as ii stance reached tho boy, he was
dead. The accident Is a deplorable
one and 'the r.\*n:;ei' In which tho lad
came to' I"! > '.'oath is most unusual.
Tiie funeral services will b,. held
this morning at tl o'clock at V?rennos
church, uiter which interment will bo
the ;ylJoining churchyard.