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"THE A IN P E RS O N"-Tonight-TU ESP A Y
The Fountain Stock Company presents "In Old Kentucky"
A Comedy Drama in 4 acts. High Class Specialties between the Acts Prices 10-29-30c. All Seats Reserved
Make Your Reservations Early. Telephen? 13. Curtain 8.30 P. M. j
Ask anybody who saw last night's show, they will tell you it was fine, if you are not satisfied your money Will* *
IERRE HAUTE MAYOR
BETS SIX YEARS TERM
BOND PLACED AT $60,000
PENDING APPEAL FOR
ISSUED FOR FOUR
Judge Anderson Predicts Saloons,
Where Corruption Centered,
INDIANAPOLIS, April 12.-Mayor
Donn M. Roberts of Terre Haute. one
nf the 27 men convicted In the federal
court here of conspiracy to defraud
the goyernment In an election last
November, wan Hentenced hy Judge
Anderson today to nerve six years in
the federal p:-l.ion at Leavenworth or
pay a fine of $2.<)0U.
i Eli il. Redman, who was elected
?.in ult udge by . ten votes ard
sheriff D' imln Shea were sentenced
io iive yearj, or a Hoe o? $1.000. Har
ry 8. Montgomery, the president cf
tho Terre Haute board of public
works. Thomas C. Smith, a city judge,
Qeorge Khrenlnirdf, a public works
board member and Edward H. Pris
co!, the secretary of tbe Vlgo county
Democratic central committee, were
sentenced to thrc years and fined
WOO. J . X
. INDIANAPOLIS, April 12.-Four of
the men convicted lu,the Terre-Hautc
election fraud trial and sentenced to
the federal penitentiary at Leaven
worth were given committment papers
today. The other sixteen. Including
Mayor Donn roberts, who received
pi.Mon sentences and appealed, and
olr.oty seven others who were con
' (etoo ure in jail here tonight. Hob?
arts who was sentenced to six yeafc
?Did fined two thousand dollars, (tho
severest sentence of all, must furnish
a ? sixty thousand dollar bondr to se
cure his liberty ponding anjfppoal.
In punning sentence federal Judge
Andersen frequently coaTmented on
Terre Haute condltionaJTWhile eon
alluring the cases of Jr number ot
saloon keepera w.ho?)lendod guilty,
Judge Andoraon Bajy: "My notion is
Uje saloon will httW to go. I believe
. pe timo Will rape when the people
UHU risc up andKmaah the saloon, ut
leant a* we ha-Wh now . Tlie evidence
tri this casej?wed that saloons were
the centerj|0rnearly all corruption ir.
Hie e!octl#i In Torre Haute."
Needs Wut ch hip.
Jutflfo Taft says the eyes ot the
cojnitrf,.- are turnad toward. the Re
"""phbllcon party. The country has
?earned (rom sad experience that
when it takes its oyes off tho Repub
lican pun yit ts* not long until some
thing ls missing.-Houston Post.
CAN'T FIND DANDRUFF
, Every blt of dandruff disappears af
ter one or two applications of Dan.
derlne rubbed well Into tho scalp with
the linger tips. Get a ?fi-cent bottle
of Danderlne at any drug store and
aave your bair. After a few applica
tions you can't find . a particle of
dandruff or any falling bair, and the
scalp will never Heh.
The Deering stands a
fection in th? manufai
chinery. Space does 1
description $ your a tte
vital points: Main Ax
and the truly wond<
which has stood the te:
change. Let us show
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* ELECTRIC CIT
* Item* of Interes* and Perses
* Wirelett on the S
Farmerj of Hall and Savannah
townships In the city coming to tho
city brought reports of a serious hall
stcrm in those townships late Sun
day afternoon. I>arge size stones fell
Ulick and fast for a quarter of an
hour or longer, it waa 'stated, doing
considerable damage to oats und oth
er grain. f
Monea 1'ath School
(?ot II lullest Prize.
In til- School Fair and Field Day
contents held here last Friday the
Honeu Path school carried' off the
prize for getting the men points in
the various contests. Tho prize wan
In tba nature of a splendid set of
maps. The fifth grade reading con
test was won by Miss Morrison, of
the Mountain Creek school.
OB May 24th.
Superintendent E. C. McCnnis of
tho city schools announced yesterdny
that class room work for the present
session with the city schools -vould
come'to a close on Friday May 21,
and that tho following Monday night
the graduating exercises would tatyo
place. As yet lt baa not been decided
where the ch. Ung exercises of the
high ischool will bo held,
COM retire neets.
Tho clean-up week committee of
Ward G will meet this afternoon at 4
o'clock at tho residence of thc Rev.
.lames Anderson, at the eoruer of
Trlbble and Rleckley streets. Thlrf is
thc* committee of which Alderman
Carter ls .chairman. All members are
urged to bc on hand promptly nt 4.
Pr?tes For ( lean
Yards In Ward 0.
Thc Coopor Furnltur0 company o?
this city will give two handsome
prizes for the prettiest yard and tho
cleanest yard in Ward ti following
\ clean up week, which will be observ
I ed April 19-24 inclusive. A committee
?of judges will make a tour of the
I ward at the Hose of clean up week
mid pick thc winners In thc cam
t the very tip top of per
jure of harvesting ma
lot permit of a detailed
ntion is called to three
le Bearings, the Drive,
?rful Deering N otter,
st of 27 years without a
this Harvester to you
Y SPARKLETS *
eJ Mention Caught Over the *
bree ta ol Anderson ?
I II MI rn ncr. on
W. G. Edwards, who Hst his house
hold effects In the fire which de
stroyed the dwelling nnd the one ad
joining, on east Calhoun street, near
Fant, early last Sunday morning, car
ried $200 Insurance on the furniture,
etc. The house occupied by Mr. Ed
wards belonged to Mr3. J. H. Greer
and wai uninsured. The other house
was occupied by John Brlssey, who
carried no Insurance on his "house
hold effects. The house waa owned
by W. Jl. Br'ley und was Insured for
Kn voy Bellin. -
With Si h itu.m Army.
Envoy John W. Bellinger of the
Salvation Army hnB arrived in An
derson for an indefinite stay with
Ensign Belt-he'.-1 of the local post.
Envoy Bellenger come? here from
Charlotte, where he. had been for
some time assisting Capt. and Mrs. I
H. G. Miller, who were stationed at j
Anderson for some time and who nre '
pleasantly remembered here. Envoy
Bellenger waa formerly a resident of
Anderson, leaving here four years ngo
after an eight years' residence here..
Going to Florida
To Buy rotulo Hll|??.
E. B. C. Snipes, one of the best
truck grower8 in the county, vfill
leave here, next Saturday night for
Florida, where he will purchuse po- '
tato Blips for Furman Smith, loeal
lecdBtnnn. Mr. Snipes will spend a
week In Florida nnd will purchaie all
the potato plant:; available. Thero ls
a great shortage thia year In plant?,
Mr. Smith says, the situation being j
real serious. Yesterday, for example,
he received 12.000 plants of an order;
for lOO.OiiO which was placed and paid .
for In advance several months ago.
Junior I'hllnthcas I
Did Hig II n s i nc ss. i
Thc Junior Philathea cla;s of the
First Presbyterian church, who had
charge yesterday of tho Paramount
theatre, did a big buslneaa, to Bay j
the lea8t. Up until G o'clock yester
day afternoon moro than 800 people
had Visited the place on tickets sold
them' by the Junior Philatheaa. lt
hai been announced that "Hearts
Adrift," featuring Mary Pickford. ,
would be shown. By mistake the film .
exchange house sent "Harts of Oak."
Thia waa a splendid picture, however,
and waa greatly enjoyed.
Miaa Janie C. ?arlington announc
ed' yesterday that the meeting of the
Women's Community Club which had
been advertised for next Saturday at
the chamber of commerce will not
bo held,, but will take place on Sat
urday, April 24 instead.
Ward 8 Clean
The clean-up committee r.f Ward 3
will meet 11?- afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the thur '.?r of commerce. A full
attendance of all membera is urged.
This'ia the committee* of which Al
derman Spearman ls chairman.
Is klesMng Well.
Health Officer T. A. Campbell, who
was .shot Sunday afternoon by Robert
Bowie ono of six negro prisoners who
he and Private Clamp ot the city po
lice force were bringing to the guard
house, is resting well at his borne, ac
cording to .reports last night. The
officers arrested six negro gamblers
near the negro school on Bast Hamp
ton street and aa they were marching
them to police station- one of the three
negroes Private Clamp wau in charge
of attempted to get away. The officer
drew hia pfoot protect himself but
Bowie snatched it out of his hand and
fired at Officer Campbell three times.
hitting him once in tho back and once
in the arm. Oflicer Campbell returned
th(l frc until he was hit in the arin
and then he turned Iiis pistol over to
1'rlvate Clamp, who fought u running
duel with Bowie, but failed to hit
him. Bowie was later arrested by
Private- Aiken, who came t<> the res
The April term of the court of com
mon pleas convened yesterday morn
ing with Judge Frank li. (iary cf ?
Abbeville on the bench. During the
forenoon a few mattel a in equity were
disposed uT after which court recessed
for the remainder of thc day. Court
will reconvene this morning to hear
the case of Burris? versus Hurrlss, oi
ler which it will adjourn sine die.
May Wear Cotton.
Lotter carriers may wear cotton
uniforms If they prefer, according to
word from Daniel C. Roper, first as
sistant to Postmaster General 'Bur
Icson, jaid that po-tal regulations
had been no amended, as to permit
letter carriers to wear cotton if they
want to. The amended rules per
rit "uniforms fer summet* wear of
lightweight, bluish-gray worsted or
serge, composed wholly, or in part,
of wool or cotton.
The receipts of cotton at the local
platform for tho season tin to last
Saturday nlrM wore 19,21!? bale?.
Tho receipt' for tho corresponding
period of last season were ~ 111. This
is a difference tn lavin- of last sea
son of 2,292.
PRIVATE ACTS AS
Policeman Sanders Will Act Dur
ing Incapacity of Officer
During the incapacity for duty of
Health Officer Campbell, who was shot
Sunday afternoon by a negro whom
he was attempting to arre.it, Police
Private- Sanders will carry out the
duties of health officer.
At a joint meeting rt council and
thc board of health yesterday after
noon the board reported that the
health. officer had been wounded and
that he would be forced to retire
from active service for a week or ten
days, and asked that some ene be ap
pointed to carry on the duties of the
health officer during MT. Campbell's
illness. Council designated Private
Sanders for the work.
Mr. Sanders has sorved before aa
health officer, and made a- very effi
cient ono, too.
KRONPRINZ WILHELM AT
NEWPORT NEWS I
MAY BE INTERNED
? (CONTINUED ON TAGE 81X-)
hostile warships for eight months
while she sent fifteen enemy mer
chantmen to the bottom, and her of.l
oara say she was forced to steal her
way through a fleet of tour allUd
cruiser? off this coast in order to
reach this refuge.
"We got In without being seen by
the enemy, and we can get out the
same way," declared* her commander*
Lieutenant Captain Paul Thierfelder,
formerly navigating officer of the
German cruiser Karcsrube, In a state
ment last night.
Oar .Mltaey" Offer-This aaa fte.
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slip enclose with 5c to Foloy. & Co..
Chicago, III., writing your name and
address Charly. You will receive in
return a rial package containing
Foley's Ho iey and Tar Compound,
for coughs, colds and croup; Poley
Kidney Pl1 ta for pain in sider; and
back, rheumatism, backache, kidneys
and bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablotn,
a wholesome and thoroughly e'eana*
lng cathartic. Evans Pharmacy
Provided For In Recommendation
Of Board of Health To City
At a special meeting of the board of
health held yesterday afternoon af
ter the Joint session with city council
several matters pertaining to the
health of the city were discussed and
certain recommendations aj to leg
islation on sanitary matters were pre
The most Important of these recom
mendations waa one that council pass
an ordinance requiring owners of
cows in the city to have them exam
ined periodically by an expert for
tuberculosis. At a meeting of council
in the near future the recommenda
tions will bc placed before the alder
men for their consideration.
COUNCIL ABANDONSIOEA OF
PUTTING STABLE ON CITY LOT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
council by thia time thc question of
thc. advisability nf building it outside
the city limits or on some lot within
the city limits but In' a sparsely set
tled section was taken up. The board
of health appeared willing to recede
from their position to require that
the Barn be built outside the city pro
vided a lot waa selected in a sparse
ly inhabitated section of the outskirts
that would meet with the approval
of tho board of health.
After a few more talks with refer*
once to the matter. Alderman Dob
bins moved that the mayor be -au
thorized to appoint a special commit
tee of three aldermen to suggest a
lot-after conferring with tho board
i of health-for the erection of a city
barn and report back to council. The
I resolution was adopted and the mayor
appointed Aldermen Dobbins, Tate i
! and Spearman members of this com- j
With every seat on the lower floor
taken and the balcony and gallery
practically, full, the Initial perfor
mance of "stock" was witnessed at
The Anderson last evening, the
Fountain Stock company, which is
here for a week, presenting "The
Man of the Hour." Both the com
pany and the play made a hit with
the large audience. In the troupe
there are several highly credltablj
performers, particularly Bobby Foun- I
tain, Miss Nanna Leigh. Will Suther
land, Mles Edith Kurtz, D. F. Marion.
The play waa Interspersed with lively
specalties that wers particularly
pleasng. The play for tonight la "In.
Old Kentucky," and if the play is one
tenth as good as the one presented
last night and toe actors do one
tenth aa well as they did on the first
night, anyone attending the perfor
mance this evening will get more
than their money's worth. It'a a greet
little company, and they are putting
up a classy show. There will be a
change of bill every nigbt. With mati
n?es Wednesday and Saturday.
- - .
Proprietor and' Manager A. M.
Pinkston of The Palmetto opened up
the week at hia amusement place
with "The Southern Beauties Musical
Comedy Company." Hie company is
a humdinger, to say the least, and the
performances they put up yesterday
proved immensely pleasing to large
audiences. This company has been in
Anderson before, and this fact in itself
ls a big ad, for there are hundreds
of theatre goers who remember the
swell little comean v. There wilt IMA
The World Film Corporation
The Marked ^Woman
a in 4 Reels
The most sensational picture ever in Anderson. If you miss
it you will always regret it
MUSIC THIS AFTERNOON BY "THE ANDERSON"
Admission. .5c and 10c
li If I I ?M ? I il
Coming Thursday the first serial of "The Black Box"
complete change of bill every day<
The drawing card at The Paramount
today is "Her Triumph," featuring
Oaby Deslys. The, doors will open at
3 o'clock and admission to see this
feature ia only 5 and 10 cents. Thjs
i s one of the most beautiful acts ut
thc film world, and the famous dand
' ? i - -
lng star is at her best In this parti
cular performance:-" ?.Wfj '
The Garrick is ofieilng the best in
motion pictures and muslo'this weak.
The splendid orchestra of .The An
derson is playing at this theatro In
the afternoons of thia week, and that
alone ls a great attraction. . , ,
_ t is Herc!
Get your Screens
for your Windows
?nd your Porch
Screen 'em Ont
Tho files that survive the winter produce the mil
lions* which in the next few months crawl through
manure piles and heaps of fllt^,>bver the butter,
tickle your bald spots, and finally are drowned tn
the baby's milk.
From any filthy place, or sick room in your neigh
borhood, they may take typhoid fever germs to your
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just the ??act size, you want, you are BOUND to get jusi what YOU want. A
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