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France Send? Another
Ambassador li Rome.
CHARLES BAN Ol ST
Charles Banoist ls tho nov.- French
ambassador to Homo. There ho must
work to offset tho efforts of Prince
von Buelow, the Otrman ambassador,
who ls trying to keep Italy from go
ing to war with Austria. It ls the hope
of France that Italy will Joinwith
thc allies and invading Austria, drive
her ip peace. Then, the statesmen
believe, Germany would aulckly be
force? to give in.
TO LEAVE MEXICO
Carranza Offers Special Train
From Mexico City to Vera
WASHINGTON. April 12. -Carran .
za iuformed American Con ni Silll- j
man-at Vera Cruz today that lie would
furnish a train for Americans desir-1
lng. to leave Mexico City. This action
results from the United States' effort ;
to secure a neutralisation of tho rall
rnod between Mexico City und. Vera
Although unwilling to mako any
permanent arrangement. Carranza hos
now expressed a desire to aid fer
eignere who'are anxious to reach the
seacoast. The transport Sumner has
been ordered to Tampico to bring
home Americans and foreigners.
Villa T t aps Retreating.
LAREDO, .Texas, April 12.-The
Villa troops' are tonight, retreating
towards Monterey after losing. five j
hundred killed .and many wounded In
a battle lasting three hours today,
south of Nuevolarcdo. according to
Carranza a*eney. advices.
Taking Care of the Children.
No parents would consciously be
careless of.^the children. Joe A. Roz
marln, Clarkson, Nebr., uses Foley's
Honey and Tar for his two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
says. "We are never without Foley's.
Honey and Tar lu tho house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nights, and
raw. Inflamed throat lead to a run
down condition in which the child is
not able* to resist contagious or Infec
tious diseases. Foley's Honey .and
Tar is truly healing and prompt in
action. Evans Pharmacy.
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At ?'Baltimore 5; Newark ts.
At Kansas City 3; Pittsburg O.
At Brooklyn 7; Buffalo 5.
At Chicago, St. Louis; postponed,
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE.
At Albany 5; Columbus 3.
At Columbia 3; Augusta 18.
At Jacksonville 10; Macon 6,
, At Savannah 4; Charleston 7, 14
? At Athens-Georgia ?;_Alabanza JU
At Macon-Mercer 5; Mississippi ?
At Duhram-Carolina 8; Virginia ?.
At Greenville-Richmond College 'ri;
Furtnan 12. ?
At Raleigh-North Carolina Aggies
tr Trtmv ?i called in tenth itrnl
to catch train.
Beat .tbtng for. constipation,
stomach, luzy liver and alitai
bowels. Stops a sick 1
at once. Gives a mop
satisfactory . HntAi'ns
nausea: Keeps yonr syutem \neant
sweet and wholesome. p.. B. Ras
"Citiolvjc la ? fine la:
to < Ak c. and does the
thorough M an ci;:." <
*oa BLEACH* HIOR- YS MU tlAOOaa
Beginning tomorrow we are going to make Wednesday of each week memorable to the shoppers of Anderson and vicinity, by the exception
al bargains offered at this good store.. Remember please, that from tomorrow on Wednesday of each and every week will be Bargain Day at
Lessor's, and it will pay you to wait and watch for the extraordinary values offered here. For today we have some truly remarkable values.
Come, see lor yourself.
This underwear was purchased for sale pur
poses, hence they are Extra Special"v values
Now is the time to lay in your, supply for the
Muslin gowns, cut very full, not the least bit
skimpy, neatly trimmed. A reg- Ofi
ular Soc value. Very Special. ..
Nainsook gowns, made of a nice quality nain
sodk, lace trimmed. Good value Qtf^-*
at 5oc. Wednesday at.D%*/C
Crepe, a^.d Nainsook gowns. 25 dozen gowns
in Crepe, and Nainsook. Made with either
high neck and long sleeves, or low necks
and short sleeves; beautifully trimmed in
laues, embroidery or ribbons. Cut full, and
splendidly made. Values up to y|Q
$ t .00, Wednesday., Hr*7C
25 dozen corset covers made of Nainsook.
Well made, nicely trimmed. Reg- Ag
ular 40c value at. "Pv
Nainsook and Batiste Corset Covers. Some
neatly trimmed; others more elaborately
trimmed. Well made and worth thfc . eg
u??nlpr?ce of 75c. 49 C
Envelope Chemise made in either Crepe m
Nainsook, and nicely trimmed. AQ.*%
75c values at.*T?C
A big lot of Waists, made of Striped Crepes, and
Embroidered Voiles in pink, blue and laven
der; also white mercerized Voile, daintly
trimmed. M\ sizes. These will prove very
- popular this season. Regular JJ J ?00 values,
Extra Special Wednesday 5?C
25 dozen Lady's White Pettycoats, made of
very fine, quality Batiste and Nainsook, nice
ly trimmed in lace, embroidery and ribbon.
These are extra fine and dainty. Cracker
jack values at S1.5o. Very Spe- AO
dal Wednesday at..^OC
After Easier Prices in our Ready-to-Weav
Deparfment that will appeal to the thrifty
Choice of Poplin, Serge and Granite Suits,
whose regular values ran up to
? 15.00. Wednesday ONLY .V . ?T'
Choice odd Suits, made of Poplin, Gabardines,
and Silk which . sold for $20.00 and
$25.00 Wednesday $15 00
Silk Poplins, Taffetas and Foulards, which
formerly sold up to $10.00 tf*ff AO
Wednesday ONLY ... .. wOmVO
Each day now, we are receiving new shipments
of Wash Dresses in all materials, Voiles,
Voile with Taffeta Etons, Nets, etc., which
we are pricing special & 1 ft fXia)
from $1.89 to.V 1U?UU
We have an exceptionally strong line of separ
ate skirts; they are specially priced for this
safe. Be sure to see them. We mention just *
two Specials; but we have a big line. Skirifc
made of Chuddah Cloth (Silk and Wool) in
either black or sand. Made with two
pockets and buttons. A very stunning skirt ;
and well worth the regular price of
?8.00 Wednesday d?? AO
Serge Skirts which flare out; made with two
pockets and buttons. Made in'either blue
or black. Regular $4.oo val- d*Q /fl Q
ue. Special Wednesday.. . ?J>???**0
One lot new French Ginghams, beautiful de
signs, value toe, Special for April Ol
One lot new stripe Crepes, in all the new
colors, value toe, April k
sale. .. .OC
New line fine Silk Poplins, 36-in. wide in all
colors, value St.00, April
sale .. ?.
Brown Linen, 36-in. wide, special for Qi.^'
One lot Bleached Muslin, value 10c,
special for April sale.
One lot White Voiles, 40-in. wide,
value 20c, April sale .. /.
One lot Dress Ginghams, in short Iftigths,
value 8c, special for April JC#?
Fine Silk Stripe Voile, value 25c, 1| C?'#?
special for April sale. ^
One lot fine Imperial Plisse, in all the-Polo
dots, value 20c. Abril * ol?
10 dozen extra heavy Crystal Sheets, 72x90,
seamless, value 75c, April t%|"l^%
sale .. . .DUC
m Pay Less"
yards Cynthia Crepe, value 10c H^JL^
special* for April sale . . .. ?
Ladies' Oxfords in parent and :'' "1 <?}
kid, value JU.50, April sale . . 9 * . *
1 i 1 ?.-. " ? 1 ?11 *
Ladies? -Oxfords in patent, kid and gun
gun mc.al value $2.00, April $ J[ 48
.adiesV Oxfords in all leathe/s and all
styles, values up to ?3.00? jjjj ?93
April sale . .
Men's low cut shoes in all ?eathers and tees,
v?tue $3.00, April
WHAT A HALF DIME WILL BUY
Lady's Gause Vests, with tape neck and E_?v
arius. Regular loc value at.
Ladies' White Handkerchiefs. Special
Wednesday -1 for.. . . -
Ladies' Cross Bar Handkerchiefs. Special
3 for . . .
White Pearl Buttons, 5c vaUie, Vi
day 2 for.
press Ginghams in all patten
colors; ' 8c values ai , . .'.
at.. '. . .. . . . . . . .. ..
Big line of Linen and Round Thread
Laces at. .
WHAT A DIME WILL BUY
Taffeta Ribbons in White, Pink and
Blue, 5-in?hes wide, per. yard .. .
Ladies' Kimonas, made of pretty r
lawns, each.. ... . . . . J
Infants and Children's ?ox, . with .
white and colored tops' ai.?v. ....
Menneh's Borated Talan ier,
55c values at.
Large Huck To.wels?
-.- Lire Stoek.
Vf. jiT-"? ?? ^Mk. A Beet cattle, per ib.4 to 4 l*2c
[%/B 5RI ?* ?K ft Veal cftlf* per ,b-.4 to 5 i-2c
* ^'???; -?.'m ^-?? m ?logs, per ib.... .^8 to,9c
? " ^ Sheep, per lb.....4 1-2 to? l*2c
.WP J^P;^J- A ? Provisions
. . y,._;_^__I Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 i-So
Eggs, per. doz... .. ..17 1-3*
-0- Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
tn.ut ara'fiftAvu Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
v!".y . Turnips, pst bu..00c to 8?>c
flul?MlOMii turnip Greens, per bu... 00c to 75c
Ear corn, pe?!US?I <* ??.0? ****** onloni1' per 3c to S ^
Mixed WAK...$1.50 to rn-rxow
05*amf3?*r bushel.?1.2K L-UAitiw
? : ; ?^^u;-^^ cotton. ...o i-te
. .v. ?. : oise* oyo peas, per .
. bushel... .;. . $2.75 i cv $940 _. _
UwarMCsaex ??pe, per pound. . .15c *?W YOa* MAfiKBT.
* *^ * May.?.88 0.06 0.80 9. SO
ikied Cotton ^uty .. .. ..10.19 10.24 10.11 10.11
Cleveland, per bushel.. ' ;75c to $1.00 December . .10.85 10.80 10.72 10.78
'bushel ,.$i.oo to $1.20 ;Womon*a spots 10.15.
? ..?cc to $ i .od ",.,",?, ^T^rr.^-?r
.r. bushel., tl Mt 1IVEBP00L COTTON.
Texas RJorri. . ... : "u. $1.00 to fl-?r ' Open. Close.
ColflOpp'jr, pei basho' '. . .Oi.OOfMay-Jn?e . *....B.06 5.06
JV-;..:;.-. Oct.-Nov. ...0.08 6.98
.<.,_.. ,.3Gc IJ SOC j Root?, G.75 sales. 8,000; receipt*, 9"
Toli That There We* X? Cere fer
~- 'Tiwiki' ' ' - -
"A-fter Buttering for over twenty
years with Indigestion and having
some or the beet doctors here tell me
there was no caro tor me. I think lt
only right to tell you tor the sake of
other sucerera aa veli aa your own
satisfaction that a 85 cent bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets not only re
lieved me but cured me within two
months although' I am a man of 65
/.ara," writes Jul. Grobien. Houston.
Texas. Obtainable everywhere.
Darken Gr&y Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
Sa?? Tem and Sulphur Darken?
So Naturally that No*
body cnn felt
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea end Sulphur, properly compound
efl, brings back the natural color and
lust rc- to tho bahr -when faded, streak
ed or gray; also ends dandruff, itch
ing scalp and stops falling hair.
Years ago the only way to get thia
mixture was to make It at Kasan,
which is mussy and troublesome
Nowadays, by asking at any drug
store tor "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound." you wliT get a large bot
tle of thia faaaotn old recife for
about $0 cents. <
Don't stay gray! Try it? No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, aa lt does lt so nanarlly
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with It and draw' this
(through your hair, taking one smalt
strang at a time! by morning the Kray
hair dlsr-.pears, and after another
application or two, your hair "becomes
beautlfuly dark, thick and glossy.
Makes 01' feel Like 16.
"I 'suffered with kidney ailment for
two years," writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges,
Robinson, Miss, "and commenced tak
ing Foley Kidney PIIIH about ten
months ago. I am now able to do nil
my work Without fatigue. I om now
01 years of age and feet like a 16
yeat-old giri." Foley Kidney Pill*
streichen and invigorate weak, tired
and deranged, klduoys; relieve
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladder trouble. They aro tonic-io.
action. Evana Pharmacy. \?.
C. A. F.?s:
who ii? conmct
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