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iThe Anderson-High Grade Pictures Starting Monday
i "THE PATH OF SORROW" "HEN PECK SMITH"
3 Reel Drama 1 Reel Comedy
See this program; you will certainly enjoy it. -:- Admission 5c and 10c, Open 2:30 P. M.
We do not close for supper. Music by our Orchestra. Enough said.
The Garrick Monday
"THE GARDEN OF THE FLOCK '
Featuring WARREN KERRIGAN
"WEDDING BELLS SHALL RING"
A Joker Comedy and a good one.
f Jt\\Zm MUSiC BY rHe OAR RICH TRIO.
ADMISSION -:- -:- 5c and 10c
Visiting in Piedmont.
'? Misses Glenola and Estellp Oray
ind Mrs. M. P. Hardy, who live on
Irihble street, are Bpendlng the
^eek-end with relatives in Piedmont.
Franc? Sends Million to X. Y.
PAHJS, April '?A.- Tho bank of
Frunce todnv released a million dol
lars to the Bank of England for
transmission io New York.
"The Bomb Throwers"
A Pathe, 3 Reel Intensely Dramatic, and Inter
esting Italian Drama.
"Pathe News No. 19"
"Col. Heeza Liar"
A Very Comical Pate Cartoon Comedy.
'.Five Good Reels-all Patho.)
One of thc Paramount'? Best Features.
j CHAS. CHAPLIN in
An Essanay Feature.
The balance of the week's program will be
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ADMISSION ALWAYS :-: Sc and 10c
* ELECTRIC ern
* Items of Interest and Personal
* Wireless on the Sb
Local Elks Will
The fourth annual convention of the
Elks of South Carolina, wheh will he
held in charleston June 8-9, is enlist
ing already tho interest of local mem
bers of the order. The Elks of An
derson will go from here to the con
vention in a special railway car.
That summer has arrived ls borne
out in more ways than one. One
strong blt of evidence ls furnished
In the number of refrigerators and
ice boxes which the local furniture
stores have bien selling iti the last
few days, and particularly yesterday.
One well known furniture concern of
the city sold probably more than a
dozen of these during the day. while
otherB sold almost that many.
Slakes Mg Ben
Into Elgin Window.
Walter H. Keese & Co.. who had
one of the most original windows in
the window dressing contest which
was held last Thursday under the
auspices of the Anderson Ad Club
have, by u few slight changes, con
verted that window-which was de
voted lo an advertisement of the l?g
Hen alarm clock-to one adevtlsing
the Elgin watch.
nfcLee* Behool Will
floue This Week.
McLoes school will close for the
present season the last of this week.
A contest will bc held next Friday
night for a medal, and on next Satur
day a big picnic will bc held. This ls
one of the inoBt progressive schools
lu the county and ono of which the
county board of education is Justly
proud. MiflB Lillian Cllnkscales is
principal of the school, and a most
?fllclent ono. too. She has some two
or three assistants.
At Cross Roads.
There will be an entertainment at
Cross Roads' school houso In the
Hopewell settlement next Thursday
night, April 29th. The exercises will
mark the closing of the work for the
year at school. The public is cor
dially invited to attend the exercises.
Denver School ?
l'a trous. Attention.
Tho following self-explanatory no
tice has been received for publica
tion: All the patrons of the Denver
school are requested to meet with
the trustees next Friday, April QO. at
4 o'clock, at the school house. We
want all. not two or three, to come
and make their wanta known or af
terwards hold their peace.
Will Undergo an
Op?ration For fsneer.
Mrs. M. A. Carter, who resides on
Piedmont street, left Friday for Bal
timore, where she will be treated for
Visiting Relatives. '
In Fair Play Steffen.
Messrs. J. Delton Watson, B. B.
Allen, 1. Earle Watson and Theron
Allen spent a very delightful day last
Wednesday with Mr. Floyd n. Watson
at his home In the Fair Play section
ot Oconee county.
Won *.? Prise.
Mr. Eugene Trlbble held the lucky
ticket at The Anderson theatre last
night, and, therefore, received the
prise of Sf. In gold which had been
offered for the person who drew at
the door the number that would lat
er win the prize.
Wood ate? Favell
Myrtle camp, No. 69. Woodmen ot
the World, will unveil a monument
at the grace of Sovereign Edward L.
Lnllls n tho Relton cemetery Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The lion.
IX A. Cooper, solicitor, and former
candidate for governor, will be the'
r SPARKLETS ?
I Mention Caught Over the *
eel? of Anderson *
Down an Honor.
Alumni und friends of Clemson
College in this section will be pleas
ed to learn that this institution has
won first honors in the southern In
ter-collegiate architectural contest,
which has recently been concluded.
There were Iii competitors, repr?sent
?e colleges of Auburn, Georgia Tech.
Tulane and Clemson.
I nio MU ?i i in II Is
Desired A I.nut Man.
The mayor is in receipt of a lot
ter from Julia G. Cartledge. No. ".CGI
Paris avenue, Chicago, stating that
she ls anxious to locate the where
abouts of her husband's people, "I
understand that my husband's father
was niimod Ambus Cartledge. I don't
recall the names pf other members
of the family. 1 will be glad to lo
cate any one of them. I understand
they live in Anderson ' county. " The
muyor is ulso In receipt of a letter
from Jacksonville, Fla., asking for in
formation as to the whereabouts of
Dan Dillen. The letter received here
contains some information, which will
bo of Interest to him.
Kev. Mr. White to
Study at Chicago.
The Rev. B. Scudday W?hlte, who
has been preaching at Oakwood Pap
ist church, leaves on Monday or
Tuesday for Chicago, where be will
itudy at Moody's university. Mr.
White Is a successful church worker,
and hts friends will be pleased to
learn of his good fortune In inking n
courao at thin well known univer
Loc'-H Concern Sells
Fourteen Acres Land.
The Antitrson Real Estate and In
vestment company has sold tp W. B.
Bagwell some 14 acres of the land of
the Stevenson tract south of the city
on the Lowndesvllle road. The pur
chaser vlans to erect a nice residence
aud n store on the pfoverty in the
The Anderson mills baseball league
embracing Belton Mills, Oluck mills,
Orr mills and1. Equinox milir. has
been organized with Mr. C. H. stick
land of Belton mills, as president, and
Mr. Max Rice of the same mills as
secretary and treasurer. The league
baa adopted a schedule of games, the
opening games to be played Pitur
duy. May 1st. Some well known play
ers have signed with the four , clubs
and some interesting and close games
are expected during the Bummer
OF HAMMOND SCHOOL
Held Interesting and Helpful Ses
sion Friday at Home of Mrs.
A splendid meeting ot the Home
keepers Hub of the Hammond School
District was held Friday afternoon
with Mrs. Theo Watson. A. number
af Interesting and helpful talks were
Mrs. Arthur Rhody discussed "The
Care of Milk" in a very intelligent
uni interesting manner. She was fol
lowed by MlBB Julia Gaillard, who dis
cussed the subjcc( of "School Sani
tation." Miss Janie C. G arlin eton, In
charge of the work in the county, dis
cussed the evils of the fly. Dr. Breo
na mado a delightful talk on the sull
ied of "Some Prov -atablo Diseases."
Tlie next meeting of the club will
se held with Mrs. English.
Belton Lambaste Riverside Team
In Game Yesterday After
In a fust and furious gume of base
ball yesterday afternoon nt River
side between the teams of Helton and
! Riverside .Milla, the visitors defeat
I ed the locals by a score of ll to 7.
The batteries for the visitors were
Darby and Shaw. One of the best
features of the game was a circus
running catch by one of the Helton
? BASEBALL RESULTS. ?
At Philadelphia 2; Boston 10.
At Brooklyn 7; New York *>.
At Pittsburgh I; Ciuclnnuti 1. (Sight
innings by agreement.
St. Louis 3; Chicago 0.
At Chicago 4; St. Louis 1.
At Cleveland 0; Detroit ?.
At New York 4; Washington fl.
At Huston 5; Philadelphia 6.
At St. Louis 0; Pittsburgh 2.
At Kansas Clty-Chlcago; postponed
on account of rain.
At Newark 7; Brooklyn 2.
At Buffalo 4; Baltimore 10.
At nirmlngoain 5; Atlanta 2.
At Nashville 0; Memphis 2.
At New Orleans li; Mobile 0.
At Little Rock 0; Chattanooga C.
South Atlantic League.
At Albany ii; Macon 2.
At Savannah 4; Augusta 1.
At Columbia 4; Charleston 7.
At Jacksonville 4; Columbus 3.
At Worcester, Pennsylvania 2; Holy
At Willtamston, Williams 12; Colby
At Lexington, V. M. I. 3; Roanoke
At Providence, Yale 3; Brown 2.
At New York, Columbia 0; Harvard
At Atlanta, Georga Tech 4; Vander
At Annapolis, Navy ll; Georgia C.
At Raleigh, N. C., Aggies 5; Wof
At Richmond, Richmond College 3;
Hampden Sidneys 2.
PATH OF SORROW
A Tense Drama of Society .and the
Underworld at the Anderson
One must be hard and unsympa
thetic Indeed to look with dry eyes
upon this appealing three-part fea
ture "The Path of Sorrow" hits home
in a never-to-be-forgotten way, but
it ls not morbid nor is lt depressing.
The story moves with Incredible
swiftness and the observer will sure
ly appreciate the clever situations and
thc way the production is stabed and
directed, lt will be, shown at The
F\-PRESIDE>T TAFT DISCUSSES
OPPORTUNITIES OF CITIZENSHIP
Speech Follows One by Secretary
Bryan at City dab la baltimore.
BALTIMORE. April 24.--William
H. Toft spoke on the opportunities
of citizenship at the City Club hero
tonight, a few hours utter Bryan gave
his advice to new voters at the same
Taft then vent tc John Hopkins
University and sp^ke on the presi
dency, ita powers, functions and re
Will Pass Through Canal.
WASHINGTON, April 24.-Secre
tary Daniels reiterated today without
qualification that the Atlantic fleet
will pass through the Panama canal
next July, denying that earth move
menta had cast doubt over the plan.
AStyle artist designs them.
His models are live young
men. And his keen insight
into what young men desire
and prefer amounts to nothing
less than genius. It is little to be
wondered at, that Society Brand
Clothes have won hundreds of thous
ands of young and young-thinking
men, when one sees the style-individ
uality they possess.
Such Clothes Make It Easy to Be
When you don Society Brand Clothes, you know they have
been cut by a master, by a man who had you in mind from
the moment be first sketched the design to the time the final
stitches were taken in the finished garment. You wear So
ciety Brand Clothes with ease and confidence. They are be
yond criticism. They are precisely suitable for the occasion
for which they are intended. They are, in short, "style-per
As Supreme in Quality as in Theil
All Society Brand Clothes are tailored under the watchful
eye of this s'.ylc-artist, and made to give long and exacting
service. Ask us to show them to you. TCote their smartness.
It is the only way'to judgo the complete sn ^sf action these
clothes hold for you.
Ready-to-Wear-$20.00 to $25.00
Other Good Suits-$10 to $25
Parker & Bolt
The One-Price Clothiers
NORWEGIAN CREWS LAPPED
Vessels Were Shelled by German Sub
marine Near Longstone.
DURiAY ISLAND. Scotland. April
24.-The crews of tho Norwegian
barks, Oscar and Eva., wero landed
here today by tho Danish steamer.
Anna. A German submarino over
hauled the barks 170 miles northeast "
or Longa tone, and ge re the crews ten
minutes to take ito life boats. The
abandoned vesses were then shelled
Lat er the submarine stopped steamer
Anna, and ordered her to take tho
cp'wa of barks aboard. Tb? barka
were- bound for Scotland with cargoes
fit mine props.
FAIR WARNING TO MY COMPETITORS
"Remember, the Palmetto Theatre is the place that gives away P ?anos, Automobiles, and other such small premiums. We are goi ng to overlook the $S.oo proposition, ^
Don't You Start Anything with the Palmetto or Pinkston! Come to see us Monday-We'll tell you all about it; and you w ill certainly see the Best Show inAndersow for the price."
(SIGNED) I N ICS X O M
"We run the cream of Mutual Service when it comes to Comedies.''