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TODAY
"MAN'S LAW"
"WILLIE STAYED SINGLE"
"THE WHEEL OF THE GODS"
Palmed? T?hiaatr?
Al Shaffers Boys and Girls
PRESENTS
"THE GREEN EYED? MONSTER"
Featuring
Miss Rhea Ashner, The Tango Dancers and
Desota Trio
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"VINDICATION"
Two Reel.
ONE SELECTED REEL
Ladies FREE this afternoon's Matinee; and also FREE to
night when accompanied by a paid ticket. This Tab Show is
absolutely Clean and the Management wants the Ladies of An
derson to see it.
BUOUT
TUT TC3 ^IT?E
im
TODAY
"BROKEN COIN"
The Greatest Serial Picture Ever.
"MANNA"
Gold Seal Two Reel Feature.
"A LONELY LOVE AFFAIR"
Nestor-.
"THE CIRCUS"
Rex Comedy.
Five R
All modern conveniences on Maxwell street, half way between
two payed streets for rent at $18.00 per month. Fronts the
East, has lot 75 by 250 feet deep.
Also six room, two story house, all conveniences, corner
West Market and Peachtree street, for rent nt $14.00 per
meath. On paved street, splendid ncighb??hoon.
Anderson Real Estate & Investment Company
E. lt. llorton, Fret*. L.S. Horton, Y> 1\, W. F. Marshall, 8eey.
Free
At the Matinee Today and Tonight every L
raitfced FREE with another paid ticket.
TT^s Tab Show is CLEAN and the Mana
wants the ladies of Anderson tc? see it?
Yon w?51 he cordially welcome.
LADIES THIS* ??a?j
Are Investi
Brogon
GOVERNMENT MEN ARRIVED
IN CITY YESTERDAY
MORNING
WILL ATTEMPT TO
LOCATE TROUBLE
Have Been in Greenville for Jud
son Mill Trouble and Are
Now in Anderson.
Messrs. John P. Colpoys and
Charles Hon1-clin, commissioners or
conciliation of the United State?, ar
rived in Anderson yesterday morning
shortly before the noon hour, c'.ielr
vlfcit being for the purpose of Inves
tigating tho trouble at the Urogon
mill. They returned to Greenville
yesterday afternoon but will como
hack to Anderson today to make fur
ther Investigation?.
These men came couth to Investi
gate the ?trikes at li o .luis?n mill
in Greenville and at the Brogon nilli
In AnderHon. They represent the
United State'! department of com
merce and labor, and their trip'ls
morely for Investigation nnd not for
soitlemont directly.
.Mossrs. Colpoys and Hnnhclm ar
rived In Greenville last Friday uni
since that tlmt* have been Investigat
ing both sides of the Judson mill
trouble. These gentlemen gather up
all tho factB nu besvi thev can by talk
ing witta t!ie operatives and the mill
management. They then report to
Washington tho result of their Inves
tigations. Since tho arrival of those
men In Greenville the Judson mill
has resumed operations hut it is not
known whether their trip had any
thing to do with this.
In Anderson these gentlemen will
confer with both the mill manage
ment and tho operatives and wi!! at
tempt to get at the bottom of the
wholo matter. Whether their trip
will result in a settlement remains to
bo scon.
"Wo can toll you nothing except
that we are only '.:oro to ranice .inves
tigations," staled Mr. Colpoys to a.
representative of Tho Intelligencer
yo3tcrday. "Wo havo nothing to say
beyond tho fact Hint wo will report
tho result of cir Investigations to thc
proper authorities In Washington and
if there ls anything to be given out
to tho press as a result, lt will bo
unnounced by tf'ose officials. We are
now on our way to tho Brogon mill
and will return to Greenville this
afternoon but will como back to An
derson tomorrow .
i Mossrs. Colpoys ?nd Bonheim left
.the city for Grec. ?Ule yesterday af
ternoon at 4:50 o'clock.
MARKETS
Local market yesterday ll. 1-4 cents.
New York Cotton.
Open. High. Low. Clone.
Dec . . .11,68 11.68 1155 lt.CB
Jan . . .11.Si 11.81 11.72, 11.73
March . . .?2.Ol 12.04 H.95 11.9?
May . . .12.13 12.20 12.11 12.12
Spots 11.80.
T.hnrnnnl Cotton.
Open. Close,
Oct-Nov.CSG 0.83.
Jnn-Feb.6.89 B:?l\i
Mar-Apr .. .. .. .. ..0.82 - 0.79:
Spots 7.02-0 down.
Sales 8.0QO. -
.Receipts 10.000.
? Tho flrat time a girl ls engaged r*??
imaglnoB t!;o's SB Importgut ai ii*
horoino in a novel.
'gating
Mill Strike
ULM MURDER CASE
. NOT YET GIVEN JURY
JUDGE WILL MAKE CHARCA
THIS MORNING WHEN
COURT CONVENES
TWO PLEAD GUILTY
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One Violation Dispensary Law
and Ano thc* for Larceny-True
B:ll Returned Gentry Case.
Tr.-: Laboon murder case occupied
' tho attention of court all o" yesterday,
tho solicitor finishing his argument
J for the stato Just before court look
1 a ?PCPSS yesterday afternoon at ti
o'clock. This morning when court re
,.convener. Judge Mooro will charge the
; jury, il will bo remembered that
Walto/ aird Will La boon arc charged
I with t :o murdor of a negro in tho up
per section of the county. The rase
j was tried at tho last term of court of
1 general sessions but resulted tn a mis
trial .'Thirteen witnesses were ex
amined for tho state and 18 for tho
! t?fense. Messrs. Greene and Dirie !
j oro r-ttonneys for the defense and
i Solicitor Smith for tho state.
I Solicitor Smith announced yesterday
. morning that owing lo some impor
tant plats of land involved in the Bow
den case, lt would bo continued over
to next term'.
j Tho following entered pleas of guil
I ty yesterday:
i " Emmu Frasier plead guity to vio
lation of V'.xo dispensary law and she
vas sentenced to three months at hard
labor or pay. a ri?e of ?iui>, ffii of
which was suspended during good be
havior.
? Mack Anderson 'and f-oorgo Wash
ington plead guilty, to larceny .md
were sentenced to, 12 v.onths.
Tho following,hlf.d w-ero , returned .
by tho grand Jury yesterday: j
Jess Cochran, assault and battery
with Intent T?? kill and carrying iou- ?
coaled weapons, ?ruc bill.
. Elim Griffin* larceny, true MIK
! Peter Broyles nnd Jim Jones, lar-j
cetiy, truo bill.,., i)t.
Kinma Frar.iirV violation dispensary
law, truo bll|.' , \
I Ernest Gentry aria fleed Shaw, mur
' dor, true bill.',' . ..
Kfliclency of Frayer.
Dean Hole, Rochester, England. '
tells of an innocent and obliging cu
rate who went to ? "Yorkshire parish
I whore many of tho parlsioners bred
Q'Jorses and sometlriies raced them. A
few Sundays after ,hls arrival he was
asked to invite the . prayers of the
congregation for_??ucy Gray. They
prayed for three Sundays for her. On
tho fourth the church clerk told the
curato that lae need not do lt any
. moro. ,
"Why?" he asked;--Vis she dead?"
"No." said the clerk. "She's won
tito steeplechase,",
Tho curate became quito a power In
tte parish.-Exchange.
Figuratively Speaking.
i "What you n??od- is elbow grease,"
said* the lady, after watching tho
. tramp's languid efforts to spilt a FUCK
of wood, says Tho^'Kansas City Jour
nal.
. "A purely figurative trem, leddy,v
bo .responded. "It'I knew where el
bow grease could" be purchased. I'd
buy somo. But you 'can't purchase
purely metaphorical commodity."
.. ''Oh, I don't know. You evidently
know where to buy/nose paint."
'mm
2F
Looking up to Quality
and Down to the Smallest
Detail
. ? j
A man thinks about his clothes when he is
buying them and he generally wants to for
get them af ter they are purchased. In other
words, he.doesn't want to feel impelled to
pull up his collar or shrug his neck to be cer
tain the collar is lying right when another's
eyes rest critically upon his clothes during
an interview. - ,
?*Ateo" Clothes for Men
"Stay Put'
They represent values in Style, Distinctive
ness, Comfort and Correctness.
The Fit is perfect before a suit or an Over
coat leaves the store with our sanction.
The value meets the price at the right
place ^
$10, 15, 18, 20, 22.50 and 25.00
WB??B?BrWMSt
. THE OME P?/CE CL O Ttf/E?S
AT THE THEATRES
"TUE PRINCE OF FILSEN"
Tuneful Musie and Romantic 8tory
'AiiVjijn F?p?l?r.
"Tho Prince of Pilsen, the tuneful
musical comedy by Frank Plxley and
Gustav Luders will be the attraction
at tho Anderson, Tuesday, 23 inst.
This entertainment seems to bloom
in perennial popularity and its're
peated engagements do not dull ap
preciation of Its tuneful music and
romantic story; its play of humor aqd
tho poesy of lyrlcB. The company
to bc seen here ls said to bo one bf
(fte beat eyer chosen to intrpret the
musical comedy and its personnel in
cludes Jess Dandy, Edward T. Mora.
Maud Harris, lrt.no Duke, Florence
Honsel, Helen Fitzpatrick, Dorothy
Delmore, George Myers, Eralo Me
Hafllo and others equally as. well
known. As in tho past, the chorus is
said to represent "a combination bf
good voices and good looks.
AT THE B8?U 'THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY.
LOOK AT THIS
I have a proposition that will pay 14 per cent on your
money.
$600.00 (Sk Hundred Dollarn) will tarn the trick.
H. G LOVE
Real. Esteta :' Over Hubbard'? Jewelry Store
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"THE GREEN EYED MONSTER1
i X ? Featuria^r
M?as Rhea Ashner; the peseta Trio and the
'? Tango Dancers .
"V?ND?C^ION"
Two KeelCitfc?isr.
Casftin.

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