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A NIGHT'S ADVENTURE
Luhin 2 reels
Featuring VELVA WHITMAN and L. C. SHUMWAY in an ex
OLIVE AND THE HEIRLOOM
Featuring beautiful MABLE TRUNNELLE in one <?f her
' Olive" serial stories. You are sure t?> like this picture.
SNAKEVILLE BEAUTY PARLOR
li ssa nay
Your favorites, SLIPPERY SLIM, MUSTANG PETE and SO
PHIE CLUTTS. A "side splitter."
A comedy that is great. "CASEY" and his cats furnish lots
Our Program Today Is Unusually Good
10 EXITS VS. 2 EXITS
WHICH DO YOU PREFER?
FIRE AT IVA
STORE ROOM OCCUPIED BY
N. POLIAKOFF BURNED
TO THE GROUND
Goods and Fixtures Insured for
$9,000 and Building for Sum
Music by an orchestra that has no equal in Anderson.
MATINEE 2 P. M. ADM3SSION 5c and 10:
EVELYN NESBIT THAW ANDMON WM. RUSSELL THAW
THE THREADS OF DESTINY
5 part Luhin.
Tin' large storeroom at Iva owned
!>>' J. E. Clinksculcq <>i this city ?t;d
occupied l>y the dry goods business o;'
N. Pollution was destroyed by tin
?bout 2 oVIock Friday morning. A
\:\r\; > farm warehouse in th?' rear ol
UK ?tore, belonging io S. li. Finley,
was also destroyed. Mr. Politik* iff
valued his stork of goods at a figure
between $i^.ooo and fl&,000. < .,r
ried Insurance of 18.500 on his t-to:!:
a-id J60Q on lila fixtures. Tli< build*
was erected nt a coal of Ss.loo
und waa inaurcd for thc sum of
300. Th? Realty Trust company o.
tliis city, W. I). McLean manager,
carried the insurance fur both Mr.
POliokpIt und Mr. Clinkscalcs. Tin
warehouse, which was uninsured,
was worth about S"?00.
Tho-origin of the fire is as yet un
\ known. The im- was discovered about
2 o'clock Friday morning and was
burning ro fiercely when persons ar
rived .in the scene that they were till
able to even enter the building.
First newa of tho tire reached An
derson WUH when Mr. PollakolT tele
phoned Iiis brother. S. Poliakofr. of
! thia city.
Thc storeroom was considered one
-}t the brat constructed between the
;:ities of Anderson and Augusta. .
Better be -safe than sorry
P. Sloan, insurance.
DIANA OF EAGLE MOUNTAIN
in ? part?- Bison
SOME WHITE HOPE-Vitagraph
SH?LTZ'S LADY FRIEND-Joker
ADMISSION Sc and 10c OPEN 1 P. M.
Nortjn Mercantile Company of
Pendleton Goes Into Bank
Of Charleston Will Send An Ed
ucation Exhibit to Ander
Announcement wai made yester
day by Miss Maggie M. G?rl5ngtoa
county supervisor Of rural Behool^
and in charge of plans for Anderson
County Sfrr.nl Fair nnd Field Day
exorcises, ?ha: tho museum of Cha .
lc.-ton has consented tn .end an edu
cational exhibit of bird study, an'.mgl
lifo, nature study, Otc'., to Anderson
for the exercises lo be held here by
t!.. BChoolS tbo county on Friday
Mit? Helle- Williams. In charge o?
cttdttb.cn work ?in this state, will
como to A:idr'-:on that day und bring
cn uiidubsu exhibit. .
It lr. reported in Anderson that the
N"< rion Mercantile company, of Pen
dleton, has failed voluntary proceed
ings in bankruptcy.
The schedules show recured claims
of approximately S>2.200 with unse
cured claims tuoount to something
like $13.000. The assets of the firm
i are listed aa about $G,500.
lt Ia stated that the unsecured
Cl editors ol the firm will he offered
25 cents on .the dollar, and that a
meeting of the creditors would be
i h?ld today IJ consider the offer.
Should Not Feel Discouraged.
So many people troub'od with indi
gestion and const'pation huvo been
benefited by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets that no one should feel dis
couraged who has not given them n
trial. They contain no pepsin or
other digestive fermenta but strength
en thc stomach and enable lt to per
form its functions.naturally. Obtain
liest thing for constipation, sour
stomach. Issy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick : eadache almost
at once. Olvea a mos. thorough and
satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. R. B. Ras
mussen, Escannba, Mich,, writes:
"CUrolax ia a fine laxative, pleasant
to take, and docs the work in a very
thorough manner."- Children Tove lt.
Evans Pharmacy. ?
To test the advertising of this paper we pro
pose to GIVE FREE-TODAY ONLY-the fol
lowing amounts, with every order for Coal or
Wood when this advertisement is brought or
sent us with the MONEY.
.1.00 order reis
$1.50 order gets
*2.75 order g*ts
$5.00 order gets
Only for today-Act Now
B. M. Wyatt
>vti?? ?III lt?' seen ut '?The Garrick" lo
duy lu "Diana of Futile Mountain."
Plenty of Fun Offered Movie
Lovers at Anderson's B.auti
ful Playhouse Today
1 Anderson I od uv h pfferhi.-; Ute
picture funs .t:i excellent program.
Manager Ble'cn bellt v - Hun tia- jx'o
pl? sometimes grow ? ir??'J i.f i it g thy
programa and lio iias arranged to
show ". reeta ?>f pletui ? . cn - <<t tbs
productions belog a : ...?.> reel ?enture
und th? otu? . three . gin :
Some of tb**, most popula-..
t ii filmdom ?ir,", ty .< . JCCII
I they benin: Velva Wit unan.
; Sluimv.ay, Slippery Slim, Sophie
I ("lutte, Mable Trunnellv and Mus
I tang Pete, the program will tippett!
: < tpeclally to the children a*ul io
those, whom euioy good comed?":?.
Tile ?ndert-.n ore li est ra .viii
der a special musical program
v.ill uppeul to Iho pa.rons of
1 Will Be Given Tonight at the
- Two plays "Not a Man in the
House and "And that Awful Aunt"
will bo given this evening by a train
ed company ut the Anderson Mills
Behool. The curtain will rise at 8
o'clock, and two hour-; ol' wholesome
amusement lu guaranteed those at
tending. Good music will al.-.) he
An adm.ssion fen of 10 cents will
be charged, the proceeds to be use-J
for charitable purposes.
Will Be Carried on at the Second
Baptist Church at Ander
Announcement was mnde yesterday
that there will be no services at
Bethel Methodist "church Sunday
night on account of a revival which
start? that night at tho Second ba
tist church. Preaching will bo had
as usual at Brtbel church Sunday
morning at 1:30 o'clock.
It. ls stated that th<* revival which
is to begin at the- Second Baptist
church Sunday nigh', will continue tor
some three weeks, and that while in
progress services at Bethel church
will be suspende'.
Jack Johnson Works Before Mov
ing Pciture MUchine^Willard's
Followers Gaining Confidence
HAVANA. April -^.-Johnson and
Willard trained today between heavy
downpours of rain for ??onday's
championship fjghti A big holiday
crowd paid to see Willard box nine
rounds with three, tremors. John
sen woiked before a ntov'ng picture
machine. Johnson's determination to
*box Sam McVcy BLK( rounds Saturday
ls canning much ?nece?ness among
members of the light, syndicate, hut
thc champion dc lares/there ls no
danger of his r ?inK tujurcd. Many ot
Johnson's hackers apparently are not
anxious for be n. Willard/., followers
are gaining confidence as the result.
Requests for three , to one-odds last
week droppi d to eight to five today.
American fight followers are arriving
here on every steamer. All hotel
reservations have been booked. Per
sons arriving from Key West tonight
reported a big Jam Of .travelers there
hundreds being unable to renell Cuha.
President Menocal today sent a let
ter to tba -American Minister Gon<
Zalea denying reports published In
the United States thal he had placed
a wager on johnson.
Chamberlains Cas*h Kemtdy.
From a email beginning tba sale
and us? of this remedy has extended
to ail parts of the United States ond
to many foreign countries. When you
have need of such a medicine give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
and you will understand why tt has
become so popular for coughs, j^lds
and croup. Obtainable everywaSrt.
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Mrs. W. F.. Cleveland* of Mndlion.
B. C.. is visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. WV Lewis BoK.
Misa Annie Wllli-ais of Clover ls
the attractive gue?.-, cf Mis? .Ruby
Wllllford. of this city.
HOW IT FEELS TO
DIE IN A SUBMARINE
DIARY LEFT BY A JAPANESE
Boat Through a Defect Went to
Bottom Carrying the Entire
WASHINGTON, April 2.-How P.
fuels to go to death in* a ?unken
submarine-a palniul procesa of as
pnyxlation-haB been told by a man
as he liiiii- > M went to big dea'h. His
description of bli feeling; how the
boat went down, how the crew fought
vainly Tor thei.- lives, his parting
message to his friends are all told in
a diary of Lieut. Sakuma. who, with
fourteen Bailors, perished when the
Japanese submarine No. C wa3 lort
in Japanese naval maneuvers off th??
roast of Japan on April 15, 1?10.
The narratlye Is ?hort, and covert)
only the period of 2 hours and 40
minutes-it Waa the death ot the
writer that cut it abort.
An exact photo; -apb reproduc
tion of this diary ab lt waa recovered
from the subma-inc is In the library
of ccngroei here. It was presented
oy Commander Takatura Purga,
cne-time naval attached io thc Japan
Cse embassy. This is tho story the
diary tell as it has been 'rinstated
. Word J of apolo^v fall me for
having tunk his majesty's submarine
Li.*-. No. (!. My subordinates are
killed by my fault, but lt is with
pride ?hat I inform you that tho
crew to a mau have discharged their
dut les us tailors should, with tba ut
most coolness until their dying mo
Clive- LITCH For Country.
"We now sacrifice our lives for the
sake of our country, but my fear ia
that thc disaster will affect the fu
ture development of submarines, lt
is. therefore, my 'hope that nothing
will daunt your determination to
study the submarine until it is a per
fect machine, absolutely reliable. We
ean then die without regret.
"lt was while making a gasoline
dive that thc boat sank lower than
wo intended, and in our attempt to
close* the -lillee tho chain broke. We
endeavored tc* stop the Inrush ol
water with our hands but too late;
the water ente ;ed at the rear and
tho boat sunk at an Inclino of 25 de
grees. ' When it touched bottom i
was ut an agle of 13 degrees. Thc
current .submerged the electric gen
erator, put out the lights and .th?
electric wirea were burned?
"In n few minuter bad gas war
geneiatcd. makin? it difficult for us
"lt was at 10 a. m. on tho 15th
Inst., that the boat sitnlt; Surrounded
by poisonous gas, the crew stood to
pump cut tho water. As soon as the
boat ?tvnk the water was being
pumped out. .The electric light wa?
extinguished and' tho guage was In
visible, but the water in thc main
tank was completely pumped out.
"The electric current has now be
come useless and the hand pump ls
our only hope. The ves-el ls In dark
ness, and I note this down.by the
light through the conning tower at
11:45 a. m.
Work for Heroes.
"It is my opinion that men em
barking tn submarines must possess
the qualities of coolness and nerve
and mut be extremely painstaking;
they must be brave and daring In
their handling of the boat. Peoplr
may laugh at this opinion In view of
my failure, but the statement ts truo.
"We have worked hard to pump
out thc water, but thc boat hs still In
the same opinion. It is now one?
o'clock. The depth of water herc
ts about 10 tathams.
"The crew of a subjnarlne should
be selected from tho coolest, the
bravest, or they will be of little uf?e
In time c.* crisis-in such as we are
now. My brave men are doing their
I always expect death when.away
from- homo. Mv will ls, therefore
prepared and. In the locker. But this
ts of my private, affairs. I hope Mr.
n. g ii chi will send lt to my father.
Lnst Plea to Emperor.
"A word to his majesty, tho em
peror. It ls mv earnest hope that
your majesty will supply the means
of limine, to the poor families of the
crew. This ls my only desire and I
am so anxious to have it fulfilled.
"My respecta apd best regards to
the following: Admiral Saitc. min
ister of the navy; Vice Admirals
Shlmamura and PuJIl, Hear Ad
miral. Nawn, Yamashlta and Carita
-th? air pressure is BO light that ti
tear my eardrums will be broken
Capta. * Ogurl and Ide? Conynander
Matsamura, Capt. Matasamnra, Com
mander Matsamura (this ls my .elder
brother,) Capt. Funakoshln, Mr! Ne
rita and Mr. Ikuta-lt ls now 12:30
p. m. Mv breathing ls so difficult
and painful. I thought I could blew
out the ga-o'ine. but I am intoxi
cated with it. Cap?. Nakono-it i:;
now 12:40 p. m.-^--"
.Here the 'narrative ended.
..... .i. > . . i '
Last Word? for
Higher Pay Spoken
Cr* Ii'AGO, April ?.--The liai work
lp behalt of th? opposing aldea- la
the arbitration demands of engineer**
and* firemen? ot western railroad* for
blaber pay waa spoken today when
Warren 8. Stehe, head ot the Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineer
concluded- oral argument. The time
timi* for award waa extended from
April 2d to'April SO. The case bas
been on hand alor? November ii th
lt ta aald to have been the most elab
orate and beare bing arbitration of
cay Industrial -?aso In American his
I'almetto does not claim to have ten exits, bot
wf have more exit? according to the number of
seat* than any theatre In Anderson.
TODAY! TODAY! TODAY!
Positively We Will Be Open For Business
At One O'clock TODAY!
The necessary repairs have been made to
'the theatre NOW, and everything will be in
"apple pie" order lo open for business at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
Wc have SIX big reels of splendid pic
tures for today. One picture in three reels
is guaranteed to make the hair on a bull
dog's back rise. It is a western drama, full
of excitement and thrills.
Be Sure to See This Show
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
Stenography and Typewriting
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP
(care Anderson Intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C.
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
Memphis, Tenn., April 13-14, 1915.
Tickets on sale April 10, il and 12, limited to ret rn April 24, 1015.
HEDMONT & NORTHERN RAH WAY
(Seaboard Air Line and N.'.C. & St. L.)
Special Pullman Train will leave Spartanburg on April 12th, throngft
to Memphis Without Change.
l.vave Soartanbui?? ..... .8i4S A. M.... .
Leave tJrrer.fl ?S3 JV. M.
f*ate OreenTillc ... . . .10.0? A. M. ...
Leave Piedmont .. . .tut? A.M. .
Leave Heiser.10i? A.*. .> v.
i*ave WIlDatoslon.l;u47 A.M. ...
Leave Helton.ll ri;) A. M.
Leave Hones Path .. ... .llr?3 A.M. ...
ArrUe Atlanta. Ga.. ... 4:*.? P.M..
Arrive Memphis, Tea?. ... .... 8:1? A.M.
Connects at Helten nf'.* train from Anderson.
For reservations, and Pullman rates, write
C. S. ALLEN, T. M.,
Greenville, S. C.