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That Is the Most Important Item of Wearing Apparel Wc feature the cele brated "SCHOBEL" None better-few so good; you'll say the same when you see 'em. Everything in Haberdashery, and Every thing Just Right. Smith. Garrett & Barton "WUKHK QUALITY REIGNS" Palmate Tteaibf TODAY Al Shaffers Boya and Girls PRESENTS "THE NEW JUDGE" MOVIES FOR TODAY "THE SHERIFF OF WILLOW CREEK" Two Reel Mustang. "YOU CAN'T BEAT IT" Novelty. buring Remainder of Week Ladies WAI Be Admitted Both Afternoon and Night for 10 Cents. IJOU THE?TR1 TO P A Y "COLORADO" Five Reel B. U, F., Featuring HOBART BOSWORTH TODAY "DARLING DANDY" Essanay, Three R?els? "THE WIDOWS BREEZY SUIT" Edison Comedy. Alf THE BIJOU THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY. ^fte^ght Time For. thc right Watch'? NOW. Aird thc right watch at ail times is, thc Hamilton, hec?use the tfenrfJt<>n t?ll& '?ih? TI.?^? time all thc time. Wc can $how. you a vartciy--at various prices. bei us show you thc Hamil ton. .; ; ; ?. :; JONES' CASE CALLED THIS MORNING 9:30 INDICTED FOR KILLING DR. L. O. McCALLA AT STARR PROMINENT CASE Smith, Bonham, Pearman, State -Watkins & Prince, Bonham, Watkins & Allen, Defense. Feaster .Tono?, Indicted on the Charge of murder, will be arraigned ?inti placed os trial thia muming a: ;K.iO o'clock, when court reconvenes for the day. It will bo recalled t'.iat JcncB is charged with uliootlng und killing Dr. Lawrence O. McCalla in MB garage ut Starr a few weeks ago. This affair in too well remembered to go lato dc talls. ?wing to tho prominence ot both parties, this caso will attract 'more uti ea Mon than any case that lias been called In recent years in Anderson. At the time of the killing1, the causo for t'.ic act appeared to be a mystry. Since tlint time lt has developed that it was over domestic troubles. It wa? announced yesterday from n reliable source that Solicitor K. P, Smith would bo assisted in thc prose cution by Solicitor Proctor A. Mon ham of Greenville and Mr. Dean Pearman of this city. For the ile fenao there will be Messrs. Watkins ?? Prince and Messrs. Pondam, Wat kins & Allen. INSURANCE AGENTS HAG- ?MEETING 16 COMPANIES REPRESENT ED BY SPECIAL AGENTS YESTERDAY CONDITIONS HERE In Rather Bad Shape and Ander son Stands Next to Bottom List in South Carolina. Tho meeting of tho South Carolina Firo Insurance association in Ander son yesterday was very satisfactory', j IC special agents representing inHur anco companies doing business in this j state being present. Yesterday morn ing was spent tn . inspecting build ings ?nd premises. Yesterday after noon tho agents met with the mayor, members of city council, the chief of police, chief of the fire department, and insurance men of the city in the city hall to discuss conditions in An derson. "Tho u??etlngof the association V.as been very 'satisfactory from every standpoint," stated Mr. It. il. Mc Dowell, representing tko Yorkshire I Fire IriBuranco company yesterday | afternoon. "The reception thia af:e?> hoon by the mayor and the elly coun cil was very cordial and we are well .pleased. Wo frond conditions hero in Anderson in ?bad shape and ther I? plenty need o' ren?cule?, yapuuluiiy lu thc way small nuaittlticB of gnio iino is allowed to be kept, ami haa dl?? by irresponsible parties. Five year* ugo ? Anderson stood at the head of the cities in South Carolina in hav ing the tower fires, bat how. uh? I stands-next to.tho bottom, Columbia-' being the last on the list." ! ' At the mectin^'yesterday nfterndtm talks -war? S??4S by: Hcssrs. Gsorgv Harrington and M. H. Clarkson. The3e < geritloruon impressed upon those present tho necessity of inore precaution in Anderson and the safest, methods to be ?sodln preventing the origin arid the sjread bf fires. Among tho special agenta in tho city yo?torday and the companies t'aey represent aro as ?OUOWB: Edward Cay, Liverpool and London | and Globes M. H. Clarkson, Continental, j. I.. Eddraann, Queen. - S. T'. Sparkman, Royal. George Harrington, Germania. Major ChftB. T. Hard, Germ?n American. , , ? j. F. Hoff, N?rfU Carolina ri?me. B. E. Thomas] Atlas. . R. I).. McDowell, Yorkshire. Gordon Williams. Rhode Island. Bookov?r Toy, : New York Undor* writers. ; . , Fi?d St?d^lch. Milwaukee Me chanics. ' Ben j. Smith, Hom,??; ; Leon B; Humphreys, Orient. J; C. Whltner, North British Mercantile.. -: W. 13. AfcWey, JFircmcns. The less a woman's .Sat cost, -the [ moro becoming lt is in the eyes .of her I husband. ;.' '%:}'?' Cared Boy of Crean. Kothlrig frightens ? toother more than the loni; hoarse cough of croupi TW Hmm y&mbt?kiy?M?kwsi choking nnd gas:lng tor breath calf for- Instant action, Mrs. T. Neurones Kau Claire. Wis, says: "Foley*? Honey and Tar cured my. boy ot a, serious at?t?k ot croup .after otliev rem?di?s had fatted. | sec^tnniend \t to every one aa w* t??w .?rom oar own experience that lt is . a wonder* ful remedy for coughs; colds,,,croup and whooping voogh." H.clears ai? p^iges.^sooth*?. and heats. Sold everywhere. IT D?RING YESTERDAY LABOON MURDER CASE IN HANDS OF .JURY EN TIRE DAY NO VERDICT YET Jury Was Still In Their Room Yes terday Afternoon and Appear ed Hopelessly Tied Up. .Most of 'yesterday tn the court of general sessions was taken un with liic hearing of minor cases.. T.je Jury In tho case- of IJenry and Walter La boon, charged-' with murder, waa charged by Judge Moore yesterday morning aud retired to their room. When eourt took: a receew yesterday afternooi at 6 o'clock, a verdict had not been reached. It seems that thip case will receirto the same fate that it did at tul? last term, u mistrial. Jesse Cochran, indicted for as sault and battery with intent to kill and carrying concealed weapons, waa tried iii his absence. The verdict ol the court waa that he be confined at hard labor for, a period of four months or pay a fine of S150. Peter Broyles entered a plea of guilty on a charge of larceny and was sentenced to four months. John Shaw and Jim Jones, indicted on the samo c'..arge, were tried and found not guilty. Sam Griffin also entered a pica of guilty on an Indictment of larceny. Me received ? sentence of -jtwelve months, four of which are to*b? serv ed, tho other to be suspended during good behavior. Tho grand Jury returned "the fol lowing bill: -Joseph Seaborn, violation dispen sary lawx true bill. All of tho minor cases having been tried, and those' indicted on the charge of murder claiming the three days after court convenes allowed by law, tlie work m. court yesterday -was somewhat hindered. Tho Jones'caso will be called thia morning. Mistrial Ordered. Last night about . 10 o'clock Judge. Moore was called to the court room to recbivo the ver?let of the Jury, on the taboon mdrder case. The fof o man announced that an agreement could not be reached, and a mistrial was otdered. ./It la said tent there were fcight for .acquittal abd ?tour for a verdict ot manslaughter iwlthirec-, ?mniendatlon td mercy of the court. BHi Tim following from the Greenwood Journal will be road with utterest here: . . * ^ The Dally Journal;received a tele gram thia morning: from Mr. A. P. MeKisslCk 'In Chnr leaton announcing the election of Mr. F. Barron Grier as president ot the-Charleston and Western Carolina raliway ns aucV censor to Mr. John-B. Cleveland, of Sparlanburg, resigned. Mr. Grier's appointment to this highest position ol' the C .& W. C. system was made at a meeting ot the directors In charleston. No intimation had been given^of tho resignation of Mrv for a "number ot yearn and the news develan^, who baa held tho position wa? i?JI expected in' Greenwood. thoo?n Mr. Grier's .friends are not surprised that ho h*8 beeb thus hon ored bv tire railway; authorities. Mr. Grier has bbcnv 'general soli citor bf tho Charleston & Western Oarpuna' ?or. tito pi**-two years and served ih the capacity of. local conn ed for several years. A. W. Andercon? general manaser was also'made vice-president. Missian. Study Class. Tho Mission Study class ot-,; St.. John's church will mest Friday after noon nt. 4 o'clock instead of Thurs day with Mrs. O. Heard ? Box Party;1. . Everybody 1s Invited toktldnd a box party atx Zion school : house Friday night* November Local cotton market lt 1-4 cents. Nen York gotten, .; New Ybrk, Nov. l^.-^Cotton Opened bareljv steady, 5 to 16 down, with ral lies of about G points on rerrrta . of freezing "weather, preventing tba open - lng, bf polls In. some- js?cUons. "W?1V Street liquidation \ cofetihu?s, farther weakness developed :!h -"the middle of the morning, r.endld|f ' prices jropi 9 to 12 net lower, >u?ttt (his !$vol it becanio stronger .and rallies Of K or 6 points followed. ; - .Open, .'HU^t-^^^*^?? Dee . . .11.62 Ui?*. U.4V Hi4a Jan . . .11.67 n?;^ 41,055. 13.05 Match , .,11.90 tim l?,8? ll,i)f. May', ;;i?To?:>t$.w&UM' *2.07 July . . .12.12 ht ll 12.9? 12.?2 Spots 11.70. Idrerpeo? foiton, . . Opeiji. ! : Close. Jae?Feb .. . .. .. .. . ,<Sc73 . Mar-Apr .': .. J. :.. ..5.7'/ 6.?7 May^June V. ..?-.7$' 6.75 Spots 5.97. ,Ssles 10.000. * j;;??teeelpts^.l$,000^,^;,^., Hung Estate But We've Lots to T?lk About We Want to Talk to You Today in a Language You Can Under stand-Prices Fall and Winter weather was 40 late in setting in that we now find ourselves with a larger stock of Men's Clothing on hand than we care to have, hence; the order pf the Boss: And, believe me, we've e?t the price; Read these and come! ; One lot of 40 Men's Blue Serge Suits, worth $6.00 anywhere Special for this If? sale ..... ..... 1 lot Mens Suits in all wool Ca;.simeres and Tweeds in browns and gray mixtures, values up to Jil5.00, this d**7 QQ sale ..'.. ... ., <P # ci/O l lot Mens hand-tail?r?a; blue serge and- fancy Worsteds, all wool and made-up in the.very latest styles, 4 worth $15.00 this sale.... ^ All Wool Rl?e i^erge and Fancy .Worsteds suit, -for men, well worth K'^t: ....$s.so 1 lot pf , All Wqo^ and through wofsteds^ in brown; arni fancy weaves; alt this ^season's'styles and pat terns. Se?? everywhere for ?18 and ? 16.5o arid well worth"' i't,r;too,- [ J; '? ti(% p?cial for- this sale.??P ?'iu?vv ' 1 lot Men's Macl?jnaws'in brown and blue .mixtures.. All- '!this . season's rage. Sporty, looking^ ;and; ?warm, ; top. Sell everywhere for$7.5o, Special .\ .. . . .. .. F. 1 lot Boys-Mackinaws in all the stylish ..plaids worn this Fall, worth $6.00, Our price this sale only. ... . l lot of mens Rainproof, Cravenette Overcoats, with Storm Collars. Well made, alt. wool garments, Sells for ?8.5o elsewhere, here, for this sale at . ............... 1 lot of Rain Coats, worth $3.50. Will shed'w^ter. Sells for $3.50, Sp?cial here . . . . V T ,.;? . . -. .:... .. .. .1 Jot Rain. Coats. Cracker-jack at ! $5.Q0, Spe?jal at this' sale .for j lot of Extr? long- Rain -Goats* rainproof; Regular price $7.501 and worth it, too: - Special hers this Sale . . ...... ;V- . . . : Gltaraiiteed ?ih?rff than 1 lot of Boys Stats ('.Jane Hopkins?? make)0 about 75 in the- lol, : made in- Cassimei'*s, Ker seys and Worsteds; every one All Wool and more than worth the regular price of $5.00, Special to close ? ^ 4?SI mm 1. lot Boys suits, made of Blue Serge in sizes 10 to t7. All Wool, worth $5.00 the world, over. Here Spe cial this sale .... ... . 1 lot Boys suits in Extra Sizes up , t? size 20. Made up in pure AH Wool Wor steds and ail wool blue and brown serges . worth any mans $7.50, to close out at .. ...... 1 lot of Boys Suits-20 m;thp lot* -; Some all wool ; others 'mixe&-.r? ; Made up in; *H fabrics and color?? Values $5;00, fca close ^1 Q|j OUt B* ? lot bf Mens odd Trp^ser^.-Vir^^'ifi4V $4,50 and?5 Bluegrid Brown Serge. . J^. Wool and well worth regu- " jar price, Special tfi?s sale . I-lot bf All Wool work pants.- Guaran teed g2.00. values, Special. -w^S A O this.sale-. tPltTO Lesser's Special; Hats. This is a Soft Fancy hat; made in this seasons shapes arid colors. Regular $2.00 hat and equal io .???t?y ?7J.?/V nats ?pcCiai g? ~n 'Kf^ this sale ......... , f jl?py \ i lot Boys Overcoats. All Wool. Reg-' ular $5.00 values, Sp'echl ? *1 this sale :. . . - . &:X .-.?&-&*.. Ten cases of -G^bd; Warm. Und ?rwe&r h??ght ;?t?;;S?|^?prt; ^:an^^b?nig: >old during tluV sale fh^$airn? way ?t 24c, 39c, ? and 4Sc a garment. ?>on't overlook thia waVm1temin?;s1?ch^ ? < 9 iMhere You -'i-. --;.). W. 0. W. ITuvefling. . Bethel Carno W.iO. W.. wtjl hnvell the monument of their late Sovosfciita, J. Bon 'howo at Mt. -Bethelcemetery, cn thc third Sunday afternoon in No vember at 3 o'clock. vAii S^v?retgn* and' tho ny ht lc "ts c*)VdIai ly invited > to attend. County Auditor ' Winston Siijit'n will ' be orator fdr the occas ;ion'i-':-. C./C.. Baylors, -, MATTHE C. Ci VtM EVE**?-;^^Nj???M& ' Clerk. I irijaT?ii ^F^j>^^rt??)?iiai*ii |t;( tiipi iii* . ? I -have a j^pn*Si*$a &?it~ittt--j)?p. 14 por ;^^;ott ' ytMsr ??o*ey. ' 4 ?00$^ ,:.