Newspaper Page Text
We Keep Clothes New j
Merely because yon buy many or expensive wraps, gownB, waists, lingerie, etc.. ?IOPH not mean lu Itnetf that your ward robe lt above reproach. lt's the appearance that your clothes have when y<ni wear them that counts. If they alway? look clean and fresh, hang smartly-in fact look as though they wera Just new-you are getting the value from your wardrobe that you should. Our French cleaning ?nd pressing service wilt help you make this possible. rn OM; 7. Anderson Steam Laundry IOU CAN CHOOSE the meat best| autted to your requirements and wo will cut It exsctly ss you request it. If you don't have timo to select per sonally THF MEATS for your table you should send your orders to us. We give every order careful attcn tiqn and will scud you only choice cuts of the best meats. Try our market The Lily White Market jr. H. LINDSAY, Proprietor. Phone 6M. When in Anderson eat ml the old Reliable PIEDMONT CAFE Fine Cooking and Special Dishes each day WHITE HELP G. D. ANTONOKAS, Prop. You can get the newa while Its new In Th? Morning DajW InteUlgcnrwr. 77Z? WllL EXAMINE ALL STATE INSTITUTIONS Board of Charities and Corrections to Make Tour of Inspection During Summer. Columbia, June N An examination <>f nil of the Institutions in South Carolina over which it han vial tor I al und advisory |?oworn will be under taken hy the ulalu board <?f charltlen and corrections before III? Kunitiiur ends. In order thal iii?' Btatc may de rive tlii- greatest ponai bl?; ?:<>< ><i from thin examination of county Jails, (.'hain gangs and poor house?, a? well ns stain penal, charitable ami corroe tbinni Inaillutions, Du- Btate board of charities and corrections ami Its of ficers ar?> making a careful compar ison of re|Mirts of hoards nf charities In other slalis lu seo what data they have found mos! useful in mapping out reforms in Hie management of Institution? umler their care. The South Carolin!', hoard has already made a preliminary study of the pen Itentlary ami tho state hospital for the Insane. The hoard la closely III touch now with the hoard of regents of the hospital and is fully informed of the chaugeB in management the re gents uro putting Into effect. Thc ?tate hoard of charities and corree tloiiM. after making Us statewide sur vey of inBtltutlotin of a penal, chari table and correctional character, ex pects to co-operate with the ofliclalB in charge of nil of them in bringing about improvements In the conditions surrounding the Inmates of these placea and In undertaking any need ed reforms In tho system of man;:^ InK them. Albert S. Johnstone, secretary of the state hoard of charities and cor rections, will visit especially success ful hoards of charities In other state:-, to get a first hand view of their meth ods of work. BIG BATTLE IS GALICIA UNDECISIVE (CONTINUED FROM PAOB ONR.) allies 1B diminishing, saya a Berlin dispatch to tho Cologne Gazette. It says: "Klimanin has rejected the first of fer of tho Triple Kntonte HS minali; actory. Mulgaria has received offers from tho Kn ton tc. lt la not known that Bulgaria has formelly rejected them, but ?he ia in an agreement with Rumania and tdnce latter han re jected the offers. Hulgarla probably will do .llkowiac." Rome. Juno 8--The Italian army ia proceeding methodically to take possession of important positions along the frontier, reports (Seneral Cadorna. Italian chief of Htaff. Re ports that a closely contested artil lery duel continues on thc plateau of Lnvaronno. Folgarla. Tho Italian army la in close con tar* with the enemy from Cnporetto to li aea. Boyond the Caporetto mo li nina, along heights and In .^Alleys, Italians troops continue heavy fighting agaliiBt Aust.lan positions on tho on ?i! ?si te slope. Tho Italians aro reported to have gained a foothold on both banks of thc iHonzo rlver. The Italians seri ously threaten Tolmlno. Tho Italians succeeded in crossing the lower taunto. They are fortifying i Hoodoo t positions on tho east hank. Kalian losses relatively light. The Italian authorities are draw ing tighter tin' screen of secrecy a? to th,, italian operations. Neverthe less, it may he said that manses of ':.ni.m troops have been concentrated on the roads from Connans, Caiman ova ami Cervignano. The resistance of th?* Austrians daily i'? becoming Btronger. This. Italian ofllcer declare, has had the effect of making their men more de termined. Tolmino, on the east ?Ide of the lonzo. ia one of the Italian objec tives. Nniull Successes Claimed by Vienna V ienna, June x. The Austrian war nfiice has Issued the following state, men! in -egard to operations against th" Hall ns "lu the southern war theatre our frontier troops have been successful In several minor engagements. The Italians appear to he pushing forward with strong forces against tho I/on zo." MiTF, IS COMPLETE; WILE BE CABLED TO (J ERMA NY TODAY (OQNTINI'ED FROM PAOB ONE.) Hague agreement, particularly with Omse relating to marine warfare, de signed to prevent the useless sacrifice of human life, it cannot discuss the application of -The Hague, agreement to th?, general aspects of Germany's war with Great Britain. lt will he further pointed out to tile imperial government that the funda mental (piestlons Involved in tile con troversy between the two governments must take precedence over all other considerations. C. S. Stands Firmly on Furls. Cermany's piendlngu of facts to Justify tlio acts of the commanders of her submarines in sinking the Lusi tania and striking the American ships will he disposed of by a counter state ment thal the actual facts stated hy the United States In tho president's note of May IS were presented only nfter an Investigation through tho proper government channels that per mits of no question or disputo the "Indubitable proof" offered by Ger many to tho contrary, notwithstand ing. regarding thc invitation of Ger many to discuss tho alleged violations of the laws of neutrality hy the I'nlt ed States In permitting "armed ships" of hostile helllgcront nations to leave American ports, Germany will he bluntly informed that til? matter in ono to ho dealt with by tho Cnitod States anil not by Germany. Tho nsnuranc ls conveyed ?hat tho Unit ed StatcJ decir.*} Itself fully able to prove.it such evasions of its law? and ls thoroughly alive to Its responsi bilities In tho promises. A firm reply ls made to the com plaint of t?ermany that the Culled Stales has been aiding tho allied na tions at war with Germany hy failing to protest ngainst tho blockading of (Jermai ports lo cut off supplies for other titan military purpose?. Tho president's note about to go forward states the position of the American government to bc that the matter is not involved in the costrn versy between tho two government', and must walt until the fundamental issues are settled-tho bona fide as surance that American lives and In terests will be respected in tho fu ture, and substantial compensation and honorahlo amends for tho sots of depredation already committed. Will Take np British Problem. Germany is T. direct assurances that when tho plain issues between Zoon Still I tho two Rovernments ar?- ndJUBted to th?> satisfaction of th? United StSatos, this government will pass upon the right of (?reat Britain to ? ut off Amer ican ships from trading with Ger many. Answering the implication that th" United state? has evaded ita respon sibility in this matter, the assurance is niven that the American govern ment will vroeecd aa far as interna i i'm a I law and the demands of human ity will permit. Answering a further grievance of (?ermany. an set forth In Herr von Jagow's evasive reply to the presi dont'a first communication, assur ance will be given (?ermany that the fulled staten may renew its pro posals of good offices, submitted in February to Berlin ami London, with i view to paving the way for a modus #1 vend i for tho conduct of marine warfare between Germany and Great Britain, which were rejected by lan don and accepted by Berlin. The offer wan Inspired 1? the hu man,, purposes of the United stale-, to provide a way for the shipment to ('orman ports of foodstuffs and other supplies for the relier of thc civil population of Germany and Austria. Gcrmanj First Must Concede. But overshadowing all oilier fea tures of the note will bo the painstak ing purpose of the president to con vince (?ermany, without further argu ment, that there can be no basis for future negotiations of any Bort until the imperial government squarely meets the issues raised by the Unit ed StateB. and presented in thc most friendly spirit. This attitude, in a sense, ls inter preted to Indicate a situation closely approaching a cessation of relations between Washington and Berlin, pending the final and satisfactory ad justment of the Issues that Ho be tween them. lt ls probable that there will be no new undertakings of an official char acte?- until the president's note going Berllnwnrd within a few hours has provoked Germany into a declaration of principles to be observed In future relations between the two govern ments. GRANDMA NEVER LET HER HAIR GET GRAY Kept tier Locks Dark, Thick, Glossy, with Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur no one can tell, because it's done no naturally, so even ly. Preparing this mixture, though, at home is mussy and troublesome. For r>0 cents you can buy at any drug store the ready-to-use tonic called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You just dampen a sponge of soft brush with it and draw it through your hair, taking one small str.andd at a time. By morning all gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. You will dis cover dandruff is gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace, is a sign of old age. and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and' Sulphur and looj; years younger. Washington, June 8.-A billion bushel wheat crop, the greatest sown in the world's history, was indicated for the coming harnest In today's forecast by tho federal crop report ing board on the growing winter and spring wheat crop._ Pursued by VILLA IS WILLING TO CONCLUDE PEACE Effort? to Meet Carranza In Peace Conference Attracts Offi cial Attention. Washington, June 8. -United State? officiais today displayed keen inter est In Villa's efforts to meet Car rants in a conference to consider President Wilson's recent note de manding a settlement uf Mexican af fairs. Uitlcials believe this move of Vil la's ls the most important Mexican development since the president';; communication. It ls unofficially re ported Villa has decided to propose a truce pending the conference and thus prevent flirt hex sacrifice of life in Mexico, which might produce intelventlon. Villa's secretary re ports that Ohregon attacked Villa's troops, when Villa ordered a retire ment, tn lino with a truce sugges tion . Villa's action ir. the first step by Mexican leaders toward composing the Mexican trouble since the presi dent's warning. Consul Stillman also reported that a relief train which went yesterday to bring refugees from Mexico t'lty. wac under the direction of the Hritish consul at Vera Cruz and carried the British flag. An armed escort was ordered for thc train winn it readi ed Aplzaco. Dispatches from American con suls at various points today detailed the food situation. Some reported no Immediate need for relief supplies, while others reported short supplies and prohibitive prices. FIRST MACHINERY EXHIBIT IN SOUTH At Southern Textile Exposition to Be Held at Greenville Next November. Greenville, June 8.-The Southern Textile Exposition which will he held In Greenville November 4th. ;>th and 6th will he thc first machinery ex hibit or its kind held in tho South, and will be one of the largest gath erings, if not the largest gathering of practical cotton mill men ever con vened In this section. The Southern Textile association, under whose aus pices this exhibit will be held, has a membership of twelve hundred or more, and the expectation is that at least two-thirds of this membership will be present. In addition to tho members Greenville will have as her guests on this occasion representa tives of \'.irious cotton mill supply ? houses, and practical workers who are not members of the organization, j Matters relativo to the entertain- i ment of 'i<Utors, and details as to I thc exhibi? and so on, will'be an - nounced from lime to time as they are perfected. An eastern poet has just written an ode to the dandelion. He must have] seen it In his neighbor's lawn._j the Black 132 *?! is Now Being ' Install ed We expect to be able to serve cool, delicious drinks Saturday next. Our formal open ing will be next Tuesday, and we want you to help us celebrate. We have one of the finest Lippincot Soda Founts in the South. ATKINSON-Drugs ?Un Business For Your Health." HEAVY MEAT EATERS HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS East Less Meat ?Jr You Feel Back achy or Have Bladder Trouble. No man or woman who eats meat regularly eau make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally. 3ays a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which excites the kidneys, they become overworked from the strain, get slugglish and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood, then wo get sick. Nearly all rheuma tism, headaches, liver trouble, nerv ousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urinnry disorders come from sluggish kidneys. Tho moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine ia cloudy, offensive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at tended hy a sensation of scalding, stop eating m^at ?nd get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water bo Ifore breakfast and in a few days your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts ls made from the acid of grapes and lomon juice, combined wlth'llthl, nd haa been ured for generations to flush end stimulate ?he kidneys, also lo neutralize th" a< da In urine so it no longer causea irritation, thus end ing bladder weakness. Jad Salts ls inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightfully efferves cent Iithia-water drink which every one should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications._ Cat ( tr YOU S ? fl/-V7" Intern ?lion ?I Cartoon Co.. N. Y. Fine Selected Queen Olives and Pimento Stuffed Olives Regular 25c Size. TODAY ONLY TWO Bottles For 3 OE IF YOU EAT OLIVES, you can't afford to miss this sale Anderson Cash Grocery Co. Decide the Question next time you suspect yourself of wondering if it would pay to buy a GAS RANGE tackle the coal range all day one of these Hot Days and cook for your wife. That will decide the question for you quickly Anderson Gas Co. Phone 844 IF-SKIN BREAKS" MT AND ITCHES APPLYSULPHUR (Jae it like a cold cream and dry Eoaema eruptions right .up. The moment you npply bold-sulphur to sn itching or broken out skin, ttl? itching stops and nesting begins,'says a renowned dermatologist. This remarkable sulphur made into a thick cream effects such prompt relief, <!ven in aggravated Eczema, that lt is a never-ending source of amazement to physicians. For morty years bold-sulphur has oc cupied a secure position in tbs treat ment of cutaneous eruptions by reason of its cooling, parasite-destroying prop erties and nothing has ever been found to take its place in relieving irritable snd inflnmmatory affections of the skin. While not always establishing a perma nent cure, yet in every instance, it immediately subdues the itching irrita tion and heals tbe Kexema right up and rt is often y en is later before any erup tion ?gain msnifests itself. > Any good druggist will supply aa mure of bold-solphnr* which should be ??pnlird to tbs nffe.-toi parta like the irainnry cold cream* my ft isn't unpleaa tnt und the prompt relief afforded is ..??ry welcome, particularly when the Ec cema la accompanied with torturous Hon ing. What Mere fJould Be' Asked! "Robert," seid Ms fathor, "I thought I told you yesterday to clear up rae yard." "Well, I dkl" declared Bobby, virtu ously. "I fired everything over the fence soon ap I got hom? from school ; but tho kid next door throwed 'em all back alter dark."