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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, March 26, 1915, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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Both Tailored to Your
With all suits at $15
giving a choice of a
tailored to individua
in Palm Beach cloth
you get a spring
price of the first nan
from cloth of your <
measure, for the rei
This oller to stimulate 1
tailors, have ever made.
* ELECTRIC CIT\
* Itero of Interest ??id Personal
* Wireless on the Sit
Ci Gadsden Sayre, well known
architect ut Anderson, haB been ap
pointed architect for tho First l?ap
tiu church of Clayton, N. C. This
is to he un elogant structure and will
coil .something like $35,000.?.
Mr. Hunter Called
To I,euell, Muss.
Superintendent Hunter of thc
Equinox Mill? received yesterday a
tolcgram from his old home, Lowell,
Mass.,, stating that his father wa?
critically Ul. He left at once for
Lowell. Mr. Hun ter '* friends will re
gret to learn of hts fa'.her'a illness
and trtist that he will Boon be re
stored to health.
Te Give Lecture
On Subject .VIVKIOIIM.
T. 0. Lawton, of Greenville, olio of
tho best known Rapt lr', laymen of tho
denomination, will deliver an address
ba misson^ ut Mount Tabor Tlaptlst
church Sunday .March 28. at ll o'clock.
Mr. Lawton is a ?peaker of force.
The general nubile ls invited to hear
bim nex: Sunduy.
Bed Men Will
tilt* Oyster Hopper.
The Lud Men of Tccumaeh Tribe No.
0 will give an oyster supper ut Tox
away Hall on Saturday evening
March 27. All Red Men are welcome
and aro expected to attend. Toasts
will be responded to by prominent
men of the community. The tribe
meets every Friday night, and ia
growing quite rapidly. Hight now
members were added to the roh lust
101 Wild J
a different picture froi
Don't miss the free
N?w Theatre Buildin
:e of O?
Measure in the SUPER
?.75 and up sold thi
fine Palm Beach S
,1 measurement. ?
to select from. 1
suit and a Palm B
ned suit. You get t
3wn selection, both
fular price of one s
rade is the most generoi
I Mention Caught Over tho *
cet? of Anderson *
The Are department was culled out
yesterday morning about ll o'clock to
extinguish a blaze on the roof of u
negro house on Wost Market street,
about one-half block from Main street.
The damage was Blight.
Hood Roads Machine.
The demonstration which was given
yesterday morning on Broadway hill
on the road between Anderson und
Itt Hon, with thp White good road -, mo
tor tractor was not a success in th?
true sonne of the word, but thia wat
no fault of the tractor. Tho demon
atrntor i borrowed u road scrape fron
city council hut the machino was en
tirely too light for the das 1 of worl
to he done. In the afternoon a dem
cnstraYlon in pulling rond draga witt
the tractor wu? givi n, this proving'?
There ur? moro prisoner ? In tin
county jail nt present thnn have beet
thore at any one tua,, jiuce tho nev
judiclul clrcu't was created, accord
lng to a statement yeaterday by oftl
elals of the sheriff's office. There ar,
10 white and nine colored prisoner
In Jail awalt'ng trial at the next teni
of tho court of general sessions.
By W. A. Power.
Tho splendid service that has bee:
givn by W. A. Power und John Lin
ley In furnlab'ng the major portion c
tho provisions for the Clemson col
lege cadets in camp here thia wee'
> A. Y
n the one you saw yes
rope exhibiten in front
5c AND 10c
bridge & Suggs
ig. W. Whittier St.
JOR Columbia Style.
s season we are
luit, worth $10,
'his means that
each suit for the
wo elegant suits,
tailored to your
ns we, or any other
was the topic of some very compli
mentary remarks yesterday by "Capt"
Schllletter. steward of Clemson col
lege. Mr. Power furnished the ca
dets with sonic 800 pounds of meat
and some 75 dozen eggs daily, while
Mr. Linley furnished the camp with
some 800 loaves a day from the An
derson Pure Food Bakery. "Capt."
Schilletter ?aid that the service ren
dered by these well known business
men was better than that he hart got
ten in any other city where the cu
tlets had been in camp.
At The Anderson.
Today and Saturday there will be
shown at Thc Anderson theatre one
f.f the best motion pictures that haa
ever been exhibited in Anderson, lt
li entitled "The Spoilers" and lu taken
from K? x Reach's book. This is a
Selig production of nine reels. The
show will open this morning at 10:3d*
o'clock and shows will be given ever;
two hours thereafter. The picture is
put on this morn'ng in order that the
('lcm.?on endets may have au oppor
tunity of seeing lt before they leave
Wild Went Show
At the Garrick.
There is being shown at the Garrick
thia week one of tue moat interesting
features In the nature nf vaudeville
that has ever boen shown 'here. The
attraction is entitled a "101 Wild West
Show." There is a cowboy named
LaRup who glvc3 a wonderful exhi
bition .of lariet throwing. An Indian
and a buffalo are also among the at
Returns Prom ?
Land of Flower?.
Robert, familiarly known as "Rob"
Ollmer is at home after a stay of
some months In Florida. His many
friends will oxtend him a cordial wel
come back home.
BK WAHI) 18 ASKED
IN WHITMAN CASE
GREENWOOD, March 26.-Coroner
Dock Owen has requested Gov. Man
ning to offer a reward of $100 for
the capturo of tl o murderer or mur
derers of J. C. Whitman, whose throat
was cut by unknown parties in thc
orphanage woods several months ago.
Tho governor replied that he wished
a little time in which to think over
the matter, but promised a decision
at an early date. Coroner Owen states
that he will not close the inquest in
to Whitman's death until he hears
definitely from Gov. Manning.
It will bo recalled that the inquest
lias never been closed in thia sensa
J February and Mareil Worst Month?
Fer This Trouble-How to Re.
There'a a reason why nearly every
body freckles In February and March,
but happily there ia also a remedy foi
these ugly blemishes, and no one need
Simply get an ounce of othlne
double strength, from your druggist
and apply tx little of it night and
morning, and In a few days you
should aee ' that even the worst
frecklea have begun to disappear
while the light ones have vanished
entirely. Now ia the time to ric
yourself of frecklea. for if not re
moved now they may stay all Hum
mer. and spoil an otherwise beautiful
complexion. Your money back ii
IO CLEMSON OFFICERS
TENDERED LAST NIGHT AT
ROSE HILL CLUB BY BUS.
COVERS FOR 30
Presided Over By Robt. E. Ltgon.
Principal Speaker Was Pres
What Droved to be one of the moat
enjoyable events of encampment week
was the banquet held last night at
the Rose Hill Club in honor of PreB-?
Idem W. M. Riggs, Col. J. M. 'Cum
mins and other officials of clemson
The banquet was tendered by a
group of Anderson business men, and
waa presided over by~Mr. R.' W Ugon.
member cf the executive co.nmlttee
of the chamber of jferamorce. ('overa
were laid for :il) gentlemen nnd the
banquet waa sorved under the direc
tion of Mrs. J O Wilblte.
The principal speaker of the even
ing was Dr. F.t'ggs, who responded to
the toast "Clemson College and What
J It Is to the State," Dr. Rigg? went
on - to tell of the early struggles of
clemson college and how during its
22 years of existence It had not only
had to build an entire college plant
but had In fact also had to build a
gocd sized city, putting In sewerage,
water works and all other things that
a modern town would have. He stat
ed that thlB work was now nearly
done and that henceforth thc college
would be able to expand moce along
stricter collegiate Unes, an evidence
of which waa the building cf the now
Y. M. C. A. building there which is
now under construction, and which
will be the first of a series of new
buildings which will round out the
social and religious lifo of the college
and community. He referred to a
banquet which he attended in Ander
don some eight or 10 years ago wben
he tir u became acquainted with An
derson hospitality and said that since
then he had always considered Ander
son nearer to him abd to the college
than any other city In the State. Dr,
Riggs referred to present tin a ne ?al
conditions as affecting tho college and
said that estimates so far made in
dicated that the revenue of the col
lege for the Incoming fiscal year from
the fertiliser tag tax would be cut al
I least GO per cont., but that he would
1 nevertheless not ssh the loglalaturt
for any appropriation and that the
work would be continued as ' usual
. what money being necessary to bc
borrowed. He said that at all event!
nothing would be done to cause a de
crease In the number of students tx
be accommadated or - any retrench'
ments made along the extension ser
) vice lines. He Bald that the cadeli
were delighted with their stay in An
Other gentlemen responding t(
. toasts were: Col. Cummins, Msyoi
. Oodf rey. Chaplain Mills. V. M. -C. A
I Secretary Sweeney, Q. P. Browne
i publisher of the Dailv Mail, Solicito)
L K. P. Smith and Capt. Duckett
No More Cakes.
I LONDON, March 25.-A Copenhag
. en dispatch to the Echange Tele
. graph says lt ls reported from Berilt
I that the German government has pro
f htblted pastry making from Saturday
next under heavy penalty.
I R IVI
Both Tailored to Yt
Easter is but a few
want a suit for the occ
ured at once we will <
The Columbia T
122 W. Whitner St.
& The Spoile
J$ This picture will b<
der that the Clems
6L The hours to see pi
^> 10:30,12:30, 2:30
0?4?*M-?*??? t IH*1 M < M I M
\ Persona! I
Col. Alex McBee, Commercial
Agent of the Southern Railway, will
headquarters in Greenville, waa ?
visitor in the city yesterday.
E. L. Montgomery, a well knowi
and prosperous fanner of Savannal
township,,, was in the city yesterda:
W. W. Griffin of PeUer was ajnom
the businetn visitors In the city yes
E. H. Melborn of Greenville wa
in the city, yetj.erday ior a abor
John B. and Mrs. King of Williams
ton were in the city yesterday,
Pat Major ot the Hammond schoc
section was?4n the city yesterday. ?
John Cox of the .ntry spent yes
terday in the city ou husmeas.
E. F. Algood of. Liberty waa arnon
the visitors in the city yesterday.
Carl Shirley of Craytonvllle was
visitor in the city yesterday.
Charlea Smith of Loffndeavllle ws
In the city yesterday for a ?hoi
Mra. Mary*_Clark of Belton wa
among the shoppers In tho city yei
terday. ^ I
Mrs. S. F. Shlxar ot Clemson waa
visitor in the city.
. Mia;^ Ida and Floride Calhoun c
Clemson were among the visitors t
the city yesterday.
Misses Lila end Neala Sloan <
Clemson wero in the city yesterda:
Suits for the
ice of One
mr Measure ia the SUPERIOR Columbia ; Style.
hnt a Suit For Easter
days away, but if you
asion and will be meas
deliver your order on
. Anderson, S. C.
and TOMORROW I
rs from Rex Beaches Book
HLYN WILLIAMS and WM. F ARNUM.
s shown starting at 10:30 this morning in or
?n cadets may see this wonderful production*
cture in order to start with first part, will be
,4:30,6:30, 8:30. (Same hours Saturday.)
THE PEERLESS MAIDS
"A Very Laughable
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"The Man With a Record''
A Reliance two reel.
"Ethel Gets Consent"
A very funny Momic
Grandstand Seats -
Limited to 200