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candies, cold drinks, and
good cigars, call and see
us at 203 E. Whitner
street, also let us send
and get your soiled linen
ar^d have it launderied at
the best steam laundry
in the State.
B L. Mitchell.
Corner Whitner and McDuffy Sts
Officers Raided Housv I M? Night
And Placed Four Under Ar
Raiding an alleged gambling hoiiB
on Falstaff street last night, Privater
J. \V. Whitten and J. W. Brown an?
Deputy 8horiff J .Olin Handers plac
ed undei nrreBt four, negroes, John
Andrew Mitchell. Bub Lotlmor, Joe
Banks and Wade Miller1.
The officers had reason to belieV'
that gambling waa going on In a house
on Pal staff] street tn wlilrh Wade MU
1er lives. They made an Investigation
they State, and delected several ne
groes engaged in tho well known fas
cinating gamo of "akin." Rushing
Into the house they placed the fou
negroes mentioned under arrest.
Additional charges nf running r
gambling house were lodged against
Wade Miller. ' .
?OIE? C??M1B?C TABEEIS
Stomach r.v>?t .!jyrrAajw-nW?Retalsr
"JESSE L. LASKY"
in association with
David Bel asco
The World-Wide F?vorite Star
In a Stupendous Picturization of the Famous
Belasco Theatre Civil War masterpiece,
hy William C. DeMille
Produced under the direction pf Cecil B.
Most Tremendous Spectacle of War
Most Sympathetic Picture of the Domestic
Sufferings of Civil Strife.
No Advance in Price.
I ! I SOC1
Til? loamier Alumnae will meet on
Krlday afternoon at half paat four
..villi Mr?. James Y>. Anderdon, at
her h?.me Just east of town.
Manum.ml School Association.
The Hammond School Association
will meei Friday afternoon at
o'clock with Mm. Theo. Watson.
Mr?.. Harry Cunningham of Green
ville has been spending several days
with Mrs. J. C. Cunningham. Sh?
return? to Greenville today. .Mr
Cunningham lis? been transferred to
Charleston and they will go there OL
II few days'to make their home.
Lovely Dinner Party.
A lovely dinner parly was given on
Friday night hy Mrs. Joe Fretwell,
Jr.. (n honor of Mr. Fretwell'a birth
day. It wa? a delightful surprise for
Mr. Fretwell. MTB. Fretwell mulling
'ill her plana without lila knowledge
hi? first intimation of the occasion
waa tin? arrival of the guests for
the evening. The homo was bright
willi pink carnations. The arrange
ment on thc table being especially
pretty and effective. An elegant
course dinner wai beautifully nerv
ed. The guests for thc evening were;
Mr. William Laughlin. Mr. A. G.
Means. Mr. J. J. Fretwell, ST.. Mr.
Raymond Fretwell, Mr. Langdon
Fretwell, Mr. T. L. Ccly, Mr. P.. H.
Weekley, Mr. John Wall. Mr. Walter
Dobbins, Mr. Clarence Pr?vost, Mr.
Mr. R. C. Brownlee, Jr.. of Duo
Weat baa been spending several days
.?'fa Mr. und Mrs. Irving Drown
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, Miss
Murgaret Evans, and Mr. Ivy Dug
gan were au automobile party to Au
gusta. Qa., yesterday afternoon for
Mrs. Leo Cram! G uer ry of Colum
bia Is visiting ber sister, Mra. It. E.
Durrisa. She has been in Spurtaubnrg
unending the music festival.
Henris Relight Cl nb.
The Heart's Delight Club was de
lightfully entertained on Friday after
noon by Mrs. Thomas Eskew at her
attractive home just north of town.
The time waa pleasantly spent sewing j
and chatting. Mrs. Eskew rend un
Interesting selection on "Rural Clubs
For Women." After the sewing was
put aside thc hostess served a delight
ful salad course.
Mrs. Bonnie Orr left Friday for'
her home in Charlotte after a visit to
her sister. Mrs. Irving Brownlee.
With The Chi
Womans Missionary Society.
The Womans Missionary Society of
the First Baptist church will meet on
Monday afternoon at four o'clock at
(Ladles Missionary Society.
The Ladies Missionary Socety of
the First Pn?byterlhn church will
meet with Mrs A. McConnell on
Manning stree . JU day aft er noon at
five o'clock. 'I members are asked
to bring their presbyterial dues.
Reception for Relega1 es.
The Womans Missionary Society of
the First Presbyterian church will
entertain at a reception on Wednes
day afternoon at the Manse in honor
of tho visiting delegates to the. Pres
byterial. Their guests will Include
tho wives of the ministers, and the
presidenta of all ot the missionary so
cieties of the city. The officers for
the local society are Mrs. R. A. Mc
Connell, president; Mrs. L. D.
Townsend, vice president; Mrs. J. A.
Keely, secretary; Mrs. H. S. Dow
Shirt Wast Sale.
The Ladles Working Society ot the
Central Presbyterian church will!
have a ?ale on Monday of shirt waist,
hand-made underwear and garments
for children. There will be many
beautifully made germants for sale,
and the price.-} on each pelee-ts very
low. Tbs sale will be held In the j
store of the Anderson Pure Food Co.
on North Main street.
Christan Growth flub.
The Chritstan Growth Club held tts
regular meeting en last Friday after
noon when an interesting program
was gl\f?n on Japan. Tho new officers
were in charge and they presided
splendidly. The chorister had selected
six girls wtio led in the singing hod
also gave a special selection and this
adde.". much to the meeting. The time
for the sewing party for the Bap**tt 1
Hospital Tn Columbia waa fixed *Jir|
next Friday afternoon at 3:30 b'eldck
at the. church: when the work ts fin
ished games and refreshments will be.
enjoyed. Miss Clara Burdlno was
chosen, to represent the Christian
Growth Club at the Anniversary meet
ing to be held on next Tuesday.
An hivers? ry C?l?bration.
Thc Fortieth Anniversary.
The Woman's Missionary Socety ot<
the First Baptist church will celebrate
their fort ioth anniversary on Tues
day. By a str?ng? coincident this is!
th? very day thst this society was |
organised on April 20th, 1875. Here
tofore tb * anniversary has been cele
bra ted r b a special Sunday service
and a p- ?icher ot note Invited to give
a Rennen on the subject of missions.
The following Invitation has been ls
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Charming Little Affair.
.Mi ? Vina Patrick entertained a
few friend* at a charming little in
foruiul affair on Wednesday evening In
honor of Mr. and Mr*. Lucius Webb
and M.-. and Mrs. ' W/1 lett Sloan.
Tliese two young couple? have been
the recipient of many lovely social at
tentions. Mr. and Mr?, Webb have
only a short time longer, before re
turning to their home in Panama,
where Mr. Webb has a government
position. Miss Patrick bad planned
'ardH for her guests and several in
teresting games were played, after
aft Ich Miss Carrie Fretwell and Miss
Hehn Patrick gave two beautiful
?electlona, that were very much en
Joyed hy those present.
.Miss Lucile Humphreys of Donald:
is the guest of Mrs. John M. Hub
Mr. Joe I?. Giles spent the pad fe?
days with his father. Mr. J. M.
Among those who went to Clemson
yesterday afternoon to see the , Ber.
Creel player? were: Mr. and Mrs. A.
?. Farmer, Ml3s Alberta Farmer.
Ira". Carrie Patrick. Mrs. M. C.
Dickson and Mrs. W. W. Sruoak.
Mrs. Hammett te Enter?lo..
Mrs. J. D. Hammett will entertain
ut . .rds tomorrow afternoon in honor
of Miss Mary Dunovant of Chester.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Parker will
spend today with relatives in Green
Mr. ?nd Mrs Major Kntertaln.
Mr .and Mas. Pat Major entertain
ed at an elegant ten course buffet
supper on Friday evening at their
beautiful home four miles east of
town. Their honor guests were Mr.
and M ra. Lucius Webb and Mr. and
Mrs. Willett Sloan, and it was a most
delightful occasion beautifully plan
ned and beautifully carried In every
detail. The house waa filled with
the odor of many lovely spring flow
ers, while long graceful spray
yellow Jessamine were used in th(
dining room making a charming and
Those present besides the honor
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. D. P
Sloan, Mr. and Mra. Theo Watson
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Hall, Mr.
Wade Wat3on, Mr. Willie Simpson
and Mr. Joe Simpson.
Mrs. Clarence Osborne returned
yesterday afternoon from a visit tc
her brother, FJSV. H. B. Harper ii
Charleston. She was accompanied bj
Miss Nan Bryce, of Rock Hill, who
came home with, her and ia her guest'
for a few days.
The Woman's Missionary Society
First Baptist Church
Request the honor of your present at
In.an all day meeting beginning at
ten-thirty n the morong,
April Twentieth, Nineteen Fifteen
South Manning Street, Anderson, S. C
The program la aa follows:
Devotional Exercises-Mra. William
Recollections ot W. M. S. Organi
zation-Mra. J. P, Duckett.
Recollections of W. M. S. Presi
dents-Mra. Mary Stephens.
W. M. W. from. 1888 to 1915.-Dis
cussed by Mrs. C. S. Minor, Mrs. A.
L. Sine tilers, Mrs.''King. Mrs. Lenth
ers, and Miss Bessie Major.
Lunch 1 -.00 p. m.
Devotional-Mra. R. H. Burrlss.
New Home Missions--Miss Mary
The American Indian on a New
Trail-Misa Clara Durdin e.
The American Man and Christiani
ty-A Royal Ambassador.
The Child In Mia Midst-Mra. Min
The Ch?llenge-Shall Wo meet lt.
-To be selected. v
The Future of the W. M. 8. of
Anderson Baptist Church-Mrs. P.
Woman's Place tu the Work.-Mrs.
tVufus Fant. ?
Delegates to the Preabytor'al Pnlon
which meets here this week:
Seneca, Mrs. Sallie Holleman,
Seneca, Mrs. c. N. Gignilllat.
Seneca, Mrs. Leslie Strlbllng.
Seneca, Mrs. T. E. Strlbllng.
Seneca, Mrs. w. P. Reid.
Seneca, Mrs. Hunter.
Pelser, Mra. W. C. Pearman.
Pelaor, Mles Felicia Welborn.
Pelxer. Miss Lota Monday.
Belton, Mra. J. S. Adama.
Belton. Mra. B. C. Prlerson.
. Central. Mra. Annie Baton.
Central. Misa Roea Lee Folget.
Liberty. Mra. W. H. C?apmau.
Liberty, Mra. B. C. Smith.
Richland, Mlaa carrie Smith.
Richland. Mra. S. H. Coe.
Hedland, Mra. S. N. Hughe*. i
Piedmont. Mlaa Hattlo Lee Harper.
Piedmont. Mrs. R. M.* Cleveland.
Westminister. Mra. J. D. Sheldon.
Weattnlnater. Mr*. M. B. Harris.
Pendleton. Mrs. B. M. Aull.
Iva, Mra, Lem Reid.
Iva, Mrs. J. H. McRe-.
Bealey. Mra. C. to. Waller.
. Clemson. Mra, A. Bra-slot.
Those on program: Mrs, W. L.
Wlnter.-Mrs. JL O. Reave*. Mrs. Coif.
Mrs. Cora Goddend.
AN INTERESTING DAY
AI CLEMSON COLLEGE
BEN GREET PLAYERS THERE
FOR THREE PERFOR
Between Clemson and the Citadel
Yesterday Was a Very Slow
A largo number r.f Anderson peo
ple went to Clemson College yesterday
to attend the performances given
there tn the afternoon and last even
ing by ?he famous Hen Greet Players
and wit nea.', the baseball game be
tween the Citadel and Clemson Col
lege. Among the visitors were the
yr.ung ladies of tho Andevron Col
lege, who made th . trip to and from
the college in tho large automobile
truck of W. L. Brissey, which that
public spirited gentleman placed at
their disposal, together with a driv
er for tbe machine.
The Hen Greet Players gave a most
delightful rendition of "Twelfth
Night" on Friday evening. Yesterday
afternoon they were seen In "AB YOU
Like It," and again last night in "The
Merchant df Venice." Those who were
fortunate enough to witness a per
formance by thesc well known ar
tists when they appeared hero last
year can appreciate in but a mild way
the three delightful performances
which they gave at Clemson. In
Rhowing here the players were udder
canvass, but at Clemson they gave
their performance out In the open, us
ing the ground for a ?tage and green
boughs for triage settings.
The game of ball took place direct
ly after the performance of the Hen
Greet Players, and was a slow affair.
Clemson winning by n score of lil to
3. The game was replete wltii error J.
The features of the game Were twe
home mus by Citadel men and u
beautiful running one-hand catch of
a fly by the left fielder of the Clem
TO REMAIN NEXT WEEK
The l'ounlain Stock Company nt The
Anderson One Hore Week.
' The Fountain Stock company, which
has been the attraction nt The An
derson for tho past week, have en
deared themselves to the theatre
goers of Anderson and Manager
Bleich has decided to keep this com
pany for the coming week. The thea
tre was crowded during the matinee
yesterday when "The Sweetest Girl
In Dixie" waa offered and last night
"The Wolf" was played to another
For the coming week the programs
Interesting and the opening bill Mon
day. "The Parish Priest," will no
doubt find a large crowd present. The
other plays for the week aro "St.- El
mo." "The Lion and the Mouse." "The
Girls of the Golden West." "Amy.ot
the Cireuse" and "A Midnight Trip to
Chinatown." The usual matinees will
be held Wednesday and Saturday.
Manager Bleich announced last
night that the prices for the coming
week will be only 20 c?nts for the
entire lower floor and 10 cents for
the entire balcony, all seats will be
reserved as usual and reservation*
may be made for any night during thc
The Warrens of vTrgr.nia" Most Pre
tentlouK Lusty Offering.
The Lasky-Belasco production of
"The Warrens of Virginia," picturis
ed with Blanche Sweet as the star and
a truly .exceptional cast, is beyond
all comparison the most pretentious
offering yet shown to? the public un
der tho Leaky banner. In fact this
great and moving drama of the Ameri
can Civil war, is said to he the moat
stupendous war-drama ever produced
for the film in this country, and r
veritable army of actors was employed
in taking tbe picture.
Among the foremost artists ap
pearing with Misa Sweet are House
Peters (who is tho Northern hero of
the casL) James Neill. Mabel Van
Buren, P. E. Petersm. Dick La Reno,
Sydony Deane, Raymond Hatton, Mil
ton Brown, Dick La Strange, Lucien
Uttlefleld. Gerald Ward. Mludred
Harris and Mrs. Lewis McCord. At
the Paramount Tuesday.
Tale Told Too Late.
"Now. Thomas." said the teacher
severely, "bow many, times must I
tell you not to" snap your Pngera?
Pot your hand down and presently
I'll hear from you."
Five minutes later ahe said: "Now,
then. Thomas, what was It you "rant
ed to say?"
"Tnere was a man In tho entry
awhile ago," said Themas serenely,
"and he went out with your new otlk
Over and Over.
Sample of tho question a clerk in
a public building has to answer.
.?Where is the oftce of tho Regis
trar of WoesT"
"Right over this roora; noor
"Ye?i the floor above ls always up
to have Monday or not later
than Tuesday, between
Fifty and Seventy Five
"Wash, Confirmation ans||
Ranging in price ?rom $6.00
of course, every one w??l be the
newest and best in style
Bear in mind we are selling Suits and
Dresses now in stock at
And you can buy your MILLINERY at
surprisingly low prices.
Suppose you come in Monday and look
around. You can't help finding some
thing newer, better and different.
We have a lot of good cheap mules and horses,
with little age, just the kind to m ke cheap cotton.
We handle high grade vehicles, such as' Moyer,
Babcock, Tyson & Jones, Rock Hill, etc. Also
Studebaker, Tennessee and Old Hickory Wagons,
none better. We manufacture and repair harness
and guarantee everything we sell to be as repre
sented. We want your business. Call around, we
will be glad tb Show you what we have to ofifer.