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ANEW Imported Ore part feature le
"A Militant Suffragette." It
dents * ; the present crisis in
England and * of mal vu Um histor
lcally. An unusually clever love
theme la carried through the play, and,
I of course, everything eada happily.
Francis Marion. "The 8wamp Fox"
(In three parts), ls a great new fea
ture. Ever/ incident made famous hy
?VA 1.t^rt g.. -1-a- - -?_
-, ,n nuvwii nt a wny xiint
stirs the blood. His battles with Tari*
ton, "the Butcher;" the rescue of Gen
ern! fJntcp. the "bebed potato" dinner
f not? of!,?- ?ric events make this Of
giu?t lu?w??it < ; .'
"Th? Death, Sign at j?lgh Noon" (In
three parts) is h western classic. ' The
minister's love for gan tndhth maid
capaes his banishment by his flock.
Tfie miskin*' savage nttack upon the
trading i>o9t nnd the minister's great
aadflce, vtiWh saves the lives of his
people, wilt enchain tbt interest of ev
ery beholder.
Mr. suki Mrs, Frank Sloan and
little B*by Escaped Without
Serious Injury
Mr. and Mr*. Fmnjt Sloan who i?vo
on Wittlaer street in Andereon, bad a
narrow escapo yesterday- afternoon
3 o'clock when th?" Automobile
in whicU^bey . were* rld?n^-??n^red
into a tree on North Main streei^ear
the Green ville, stceet- - mtswsa?flpn.
Both Mr. arid "Mrx. Sloim were badly
Shaken up and slightly bruised ?jut
'ttbflSr?&.i^Wro'd. any- nierions" injury
nnd .thu baby ' escaped without ?a burt
tit any -kind. \??\}-{v
k Mr. nnd Mrs.-Sloan were going to
: Clemson College'to-see the baseball
pome, and were drlvla* uri Majm at
n rapid ~rste; ?horny before Greyn
vlllo ?treotwas reached the machinery
'?ort arid the driver Tost control of
it. Almost instantly it struck the tree
and the automobile waa altno.it demol
ii-hvd. 3ir. biron ?iid the oabywere
thrown out but Mrs. Sloan menaced to
Llay lp ber seat.
Medical assistance was summoned
nnd the entire family taken to their
bouie on Whitncr street where their
wounds'wera dressed. Attending phy
ulciapa said iaat night that ell three
the car'a occupants would po over
their'experience tn a few days.
^lekporket W*!! Set Steal
i*u tritt?A rr.."?
I^OHdon.Maj- M.-T|>o valuable watch
which was stolen from 5*OTU Lourdalo
tit a icccot cace, -meeting some tinto
aa bern rpturocd-to 1 Usa. with
mi -Ajioiohy iron? ino, inter tor inc
iitUurc ly FGCOg??i?Hj ni?ii us ? mirinup?"
of C?e brotherhood of sportsmen, whp,
pocket men, aro tm mott o from pick
pocketpu.>|satatlon., Tba fcarl, is not
: ;i ?h.. in?..! conanlcub?s1
.i tifien helped flt? famille.> of
convicts. So it I* probable that the
pickpocket' who got tho watch, waa
hauled over tho coals by his brother;?
Tup mantle of protection (rpm thu
attentions of pickpocket* on the Kn
gllah race courses not only covers tho
well known patrons of the. sport but lt
extends to the racing reportera and
tekvgiaph operators. Rocontly a
ra??iing wrltors's ?lasMOse a u-?c stolen
by a pickpocket and wbllo waiting fur
a ixain ha wa? asked by a pugilist as
to why bc looked so slum. Tho
glWsfcearid thc nuclltot remarked thal
\\. IX WAK
vi l
>f aooiH j
that ihe j
Charles Chaplin, the English panto
ni ni 1st. who ia weil known in thia
.omitry for bia work in Fred Karon's
'Night in KU Kngllab-Mualc Hall." In
raudeviUe. ha? up.to the present time
iopenred In four morie comedies, unC
>y the way ho lins been received by
toth exhibitor;* ?nd public be bids fair
O bo one of the . ?rentost ?nd most
?putar cotucdinos of today.
-rb? coming uf Lope WOlf." s wost
!TO, druniB, whlog nffortla a Wonder
ul Insight Into IniHurj nfc. show? Prln
css/Mona Parkieather. tho Indian ae
reas, in ono of the prluclpnl roles.
"Tin- Vision In, thc Window" is the
ouri h <>f Wood it! Werid'a senti ment al
Kees, by Mark Swan. He saw
cr flrsf with bis held niasses ns she
tuod In a distant-store-window. He
[lubed over, but could not find her nud
'hs thrown out nf the store. Then
s saw thai sante co*tume and prompt
'. .proposed to the wearer.--wrong
Hain. But be fl na Hy found her und
??me .\/otes About the Cemmenceiueat
Exercises of Institution?.
.ft^?imViVavUst Courier.)
?iie commenccmont exercises of
ti rm un and nt t ha C? ri, .n rivilla ITomnln
e will bo from May 3' to June
t program has beet; arranged
BtltutlonB aro, . expecting
a and former at?ldentela1
Ins liku "doves* to-J
?^'^^!^^i^^ f^*t.\irtiQ ot
ommer>cements aro tho gradu?t,
ses.' This year Furman's grad
claas bas thirty-two' members
^that ?r th.? o. F. 0. thirty. There
'p^aome. events In the program that
e tor both institutibue: . The. Baft
Ja'ureate sermon by Dr. Herbert 8.
maso*, of, Boston, 'Mass., and the
rnion before the. Y? M. C, *A. and
e Yv W. C. A. by Dr.JA. ?T. Jam
in of Gleenwood./ . ,
Tho special features JtJkrr Furmnn
e: A declamation contest on Mon
KJ^Oi-;, annual"banquet
o^Uuy^SlguwSW literjary" address on
Og by Dr. EJ. C. *
??., i?u iiitj cmn
epcemeut exercises proper on Wod
isday night.
Tho spacial exercise? of the (I.V.
have not all been announced,., but
3 eeo that Dr. J. K. White of At
ula, Ca., la to*make the literary art
esa which will corns on Thursday
gilt, tho night bf. the closing oser
?as. W? have never had ? titter:
.ogram thad thia. Come und renew/
mr youth.
In tho catalogue of tho Southern
iptist Theological Seminary. Loula
lic, Ky., w0 nnd tfee names or twen
-one South Carolinians. They arc aa
Hows: Haskell Thomas Abbott, Ar
ur, Thomas A?!en; Porter Marcellus
tiles. Waller Black, John licury
-com, W-illlum AUrod Ducworth,
liita-drw^leWjSwWards. Joseph Ar
?)d Ga&eS, Arthur Fitzgerald Guy
n. Don LeBny HUI, John Alfred Lues;
y, l4ilt?to Wirt Langston,'Washington'
nt miiu Pitt*
.tn. Edwin McNoIIl I'otoat, Jr., Gor^
?it Potent. .Gecrgo Klija'h Smith, Ste
len i^awton Watson und Maxcy Gregi
I?EFE? THv. mnr> ?.iVE \
??d ii treen of Inala nd BO Not
Like Elaborate Affahrw.
lon. .May 1J. ~- Tho king anti
dislike formal courts ao intenso- ?
?aya "Truth" thut they muy revert
tit?: old time drawing rooms with)
a served Instead of tha pr?sent cl-,
loleta supper.. Jt la known that the
its - of tho throne regard- tho
-occasion and bowing of .hundreds f
ghorgcoualy attired women aa dis-1
idly trying to Hie- nerves. King Ed. j
ard detested .those noromonica, and
t many occoaions ho found lt dim. j
ilt to nit through the court without
-onDapxe.-. Otieon Victoria- presiden"
much smaller fttnctlona .than the
Hil imoQ/iwi. ?nt? *nnu luutu iim-i
o reception, of tho entree company,
l?eneral pr?sent?t lue
o Princess of Wales.
HHH^th?j^ernot^n drawing room
r^WWtewvflniThuraber of prr-aerja - .
? i occlnlly ambitious ?
;inrUont'.t to make their-bow before
*^^="* ^^^^^^^^^^^ jj '
provea o bles-ring tn- every bom? J !
Ce? -la. ?bctW - ?ora - .Itastet, fi
lMsatee?tv -fcb-e?ast>, >^ ^y?Wwnet K
* of jtfre
I*r*vlinwl'to cnYd~r1ngp.cture* Mira
Ttj?fi*t featured for throe years
tb William A. Brady productions,
Iona or the most important or which
Was 'Thc-Gentleman; From Mi<?xU?in.
p).M- Prior to that time she uns a
member of stock companies with. .*r
thur ?Byron ?nd. Mortimer Snow. Her
thcHtrh-ul experience bcgnti eight years
Miss' ?laird is a high spirited, laugh
Inn girl, ?but *ho lintis ber efforts are
more profitable in serious, heavy roles,
pme is matured to that extent that she
olly understands the.deeper emotions.
D. W. Griffith has just finished pro-'
?duclng "Home. Sweet Heine" out In
IMA Angeleft. "with a mst comprising
he entire strength of the Reliance a ad
?he Handwriting on the Wail
For Himself asid Wtji
(By Associated Proa?)
Washington, May?4.-Seignior Grad
ey of Kentucky, republican, toqtgjjtt f
announced that ill heal th end inability
Ito bea*, tho hardships; of a campalgi
ic?mpe#en him'to announce that ho
wi\l not ce a candidate fp?> refection.
I j is ' serving-" hf*' first'TOruir Wht?h
ndo riekt March. H
Senator Unlllngcr. leader of tho mln
|o*ity^and oldcEt ncpatof tu pai?it of
continuous at
pounce Satori
ve he bas
?frill Vrebably^fW^r^tt? t?j the
H PRCla.*a?ay l$?*tyt%&xsf^ Tranco
??dil probably have the ballot in local
?affaire i-befere the end of the present
year, according to Ferdinand Buisson.
preoidont of the universal suffrage
commission, which ls composed of for.
ty tgemlers of tho French Parliament
Bann, which has reported favorably on
Hthe subject to the Chamber ot Dcpu
Tho General Parliamentary, elect lona
frage will bo extended to-women nod
If so whether to the iuU extent-of
national suffrage or with ..limitations
mainly to municipal affairs. The ?Bes
ti?n will bc ono of the .Arat to come
tho wo moo s
cent years,
the eoontrte
woman's sui
during tho ]
iv&tify year
[BOSe/of an a*
Hu: rkhts <
tnt "there in re
ite ont that all
loin I or p?rela!
J? been in force
y oars? Oft cen or
will ht?
in fav
to women
re climber a?
it "present and I
and routed a
In to attend U
300 be? sttc
Vee hive- ??
gan Btlugln
?^v?t* MU Eductkm fc.|a$t ?ft
' Kej-resent ?ie Republic
(By Associated Press)
Wael.ifixiun, Muy H^A.nuw CW
nose Minister tallie United States, Mr. j
K.P . Bhaii, on? of tho vroducts of
the new ie?ri??ic of China, baa arrived
in thu country. j
Mr. 8hah will be the new minister!
under.the now republic of China, re-,
<;2nt!y fiC?Kii^ed b> ii?a Aemrican
government. |
A portrait aud aketch of the new
minister, - forwarded by Mr. Relnacb. '
b.'.Ow him lo be one of the new and
progressive c'.omcnt of China. 'Ttl-,
stead of: thu rich B?ken robes which
have been'- the traditional garb of the I
Chlneeo minister. Mr. Shah's picture'
shows that he bas adopted tho con-j
ventionat. costume, ot the western '
world. H? is show a In the uaual ?
frock coat'of diplomacy and Without
an*.O* flip f?i.irnrlfrUfin? rst A1<< I
regime. Olhelula in Washington have
seen in thal vast thn changas fr nm #he
ways of. the ?eat to those"of the west '
on the part of tue Japanese; later the
Korean? ?,nd now the Chinese. It will
be ono of the tbrst occasions when,the
Chinese' minister ha? appeared in a
conventional garb of the JrVjestern
world. .
Mr. i Hh?b ?nd- hie family already '
have ?pout much:time in this country. I
For ye;;:-; ic was COUBUI Oene'ral in
Now Yofk; froiii lt'o: to 1?08.' Besides"
ibis un cial dut.ej at that time. Mr.
Shah' found t me to ;ake several spec
I lal courses or study at Columbia Oni
V?ra?iy. His daughter, m.??5
Shah, also accompanied him at that'
j time, and purr-iud her studlea in the
?American schools. She i$ now aa ac
complished younB ln i> and 1B .partic
ularly proud of tho American part
,of her education. Mrs. Shah abra ac*
i companies tho minister and ehe has,
tho advantage of several, years suent
jin America. \.
J Miro. -Shah come* : from a notable
I family, ??is fatlior bavbig.'Jwen tutor
of th? tate Emperor IfwafbR HBUe.
I After oompietinc ids education, he eu- '
?tered official lifo pt Peking ?a a mem-1
i b?r of .the forme board; nf: works, ;
.fcJ?Fwfw^-0 tuc diplomatic, s.oi^ttf^
-at ToWo .ajp i then Chm?&tf-Consul at
Now yArR. 'Afterwards he became
eeoreftn^r-b'f tho foreign O?u.co. '?t , Pe-,
klug, later, d.rc.tor of rthfe' mint ?t
' Tlea .-^sinv?nd then sifp?rlnt?odent of
Cy?toins and commic-ih?n^(>.nT4oreign
-?.?fahrs in V Kr ch wan?:! '?se,' Shah'and
accompanied fc^ an
rtonsive-steif'^Tefflc*a?8 w"3o will take
'ftp tbetjr dut?tfy ?t the phih'e?e lega-j
tioubfrtc. ? J_ .
-. ' ? 1
ii-?c?!^;^ putiiil at UrteaVnie lian
\ i lear ned. i
Green ville, .^j?y .14.-After, deciding
I IA. ;??-rivi.".::i=!: sync*? T7fc:t?;
j meets in TOW Orl?ans lb November of
'yeax,>the t?ocoaan council of South
I Carolina, nOW in cession ?'.ero, elected
eight dolcRHtca to the convention as
follows: I
. ?ev. W, Iii i:, ?ehdlat?n; r.ov; *.'
(O. FmieywSlev' John Kershaw, Rev."
I "Waiter Ati?cboft, Laymen, E. P. Long,
?JK ?*r 9el&mi,e. C. Sullivan and W. ;,
C. Blasen. I
J ; riorenc? . waa chosen as, tfcO1 mest
[meeting place ci fl J council, -taOjjtffj
i held the second week in May, l&t ".. !
I A resolution by Walter Hasard; lay-1
I man or c?8ora*taw;i, that the .council
Kappro vc the plan for n suffragan
bishop fo? *ha n?gro'1'.plscopallana o?'
?thla slate la Pi ?K'roncc to Ihc .racial
mi8Slou-ir>- p?:-n. was adootod after
SinnI (
! year 1
!4th annual
d V
^'Arrangements have bern nusdo for
a: joint debate between Kurman I'ni
veratty and Wofford (Allege at the
Anderson College auditorium next.
Monday night St 9.30.
:Tbe" subject. to bo discussed La:
"Resolved, Tnol'the labor unions of
the Cn it od States* ?re juatlfied in dc
mtmdlncthrt J>le?*d shoos." '.'
Furninn will it-We the negbtive sttfo
of .U'e <iira?*to~&?BO. win be *rejpre&mt
ed. III I III Wim II.I
W, F (:.' i^'bl. Anderdon. Tb?!
Wofford Bpc*fe5cu are not known . ai ,
this time.-neither have thc judge? been
named j
j torest ano wiM^-sutras*. many persone t
j lo tb? eolege audi'ci ; basti '
ntgnt. j
il?u"-:'' J
average at tb*]im&S3fa:-Mwrnii
An Episode bf
JSIew York Society
" Wueu Jobu Kenwurtliy.wau.t tu Now
Vork"he lind mude a Jdj?. fellini e in
railroad*, ile lind Clci'peO ,ui> qchue
fifteen or twenty ujUNofys aoj?Wfi*. *
director lu ninny road?, flt? wita^Uirjy-t
five year? old whcu.heHtrmrfc mc rng
kro|toll?, and lt occurred.?to i|lf? tUa? b?;
Would like to age, #ot;|c;y.
not to lie seen ?vt'?tbuut, n tjekvi of ad
mirion nny murethon a '.-theatrical
performs IM<I> Keiaworthy^lM^
lng that tli*:iitj|yura .?if..>,UWty JfMlrjl
munt have big: KnluvJivvsad Huit -aue!i>j
Inrles imujt'be eoiitributefyby -itlioao
who Mre nide *u pay. von^Mweil ?? in-1
teat a amwil rpiii::tiini of hi? lecotne in ;i
the show, ... .Uii^|^]l?V3
An oditer of one of t.ie(^p*ftles in j
which Kenwyn*<^WtmM-J*ta?
ki*w New r^Oli^holOp/hPliUea to J
for IO form teflon, gav j ll . .^'LuggW
Tiler? ateubothrjeh in
"hsrs?cd . '"^"*ySS8S^S8S?pBi^T.
their right &..?itte>|ee%:ti v
the rich ha ro^htfeffitjeftljj' 1 r ?..
There are iotany.'ggwr ?a^y^imWif j
they could ?eil,their aoci
would reap n .fortune, by tb* tra
tlon. They c.Mi*t do that, *j^Hfe
them would not do lt .if ?bey
Rut they cnn bein dbe outsiders *p
Inside for a cotiwithyrution WU?
BO provided th?yr|mre HO^fidtince In
the discretion or theoiJtajder.'' -.-m,
.i see." auld 5v^o^tb>.
would auch u trunea.cUdn.'-be-n>flnaged?<'
I will Introduce yq? to a ymWiS mfth'J
whose family bas b?a;itt thc xwira f
ll/l ? ?JO ^ ct? rr,. ii G T?"?" ??oSrCoS^?. ?
your ?titfy iii to society ir it ia tellmat- '
ed that he will be tri ven a perifunekory
position nt a salary of $20,000 n year In
the office of one bf your railroad*
keeper of tho securities, with deputies
to unnrd them."
Kenworth.? waa introduced to Georee
de Hotter, whose, ntHeulprs. rame . to
N>w Verb In ICUd u.ud.ppened n dy?
house. De .Botter wa? iitppoluted alstb
frl?3pr??Bldent of u railroad, with du
ties requiring bis. attention once a
week for . rwo boiir?. His Ellary waa
to he feiiMW a year for aMl?Mttm|
year. UK KM jo lift,^.^enwortby
un flit steps--on? step pt a "time-of
the temple of fashion.
One evening De Botter niino?n?e^W
hlra- de I*Wney-that-he was arritng
iliS'S ohmer ifor n -gesHlemac- from the
u^gfe/nttd ? naked. pern: 'i
ni me and that of her d??gbter 6?nr
tmer?ie. ?>ii the -liai of Invltwl ?uw?ts.
Mr*. de Kawnej-groclo?siy accepted,
tind when De Borter; ;bad gone she
found ii thousand dollar bill-between
|tb*" leav.-.^ of it book hf had been read
K. for har to cornel
vn to receive htm. .
is wa*Hot the flrst, such tranftac
that lind taken piare bet Wees
.'. .iiui ..; :r^,,i< > n. ui?u. ?irmii j
und truly rvflued seien Of good old*
stock, '-was not ecatnomit ot -tBetn^he
knew the family U?antes were lowVod
wondered how ber mother ?nanapc-d to
eep : their beads above the- uttrface.
de Botter, though he retied on tho
ret iou of bia i employer, .thought it
h while to tell him that If Matt
ie de: Jjrw?ey Mhpi'.ld bear. tiitttV
e. lind been paid to attced hin eptor
ralumeht lt would produce a commo
tion. , ;: -
This "ato temen t m?de, aa Impression
on. KecwoThy. -He ?r*^^.*?. bay 'I*?-:
ron?, but ?^rsens ?'.tho wars-. >;u? to be
purchased bail for b'fm an
bte c harlu'.., ,-We directed ,De B?lier to
nsidgn ;)jiBk ffoLrwuey to thc bast for
a illiHo-r companion.and When tb* nf-'
.y.srere hired to be pr?acut nt
ipt'^pa. considering tba they
te OwuV part In accepting nb?
ut. jot ve .bini- an Wy .dionkler
M las. tie Law-iif y. hnd ;*?el
i?twif. if so sue was .ibo
discreet. He
re paid to nt
ie bar palu
taalty felt
A Few
;J .ayS^Y INTELLIGENT PERSON KNOWS thai thc eyes are
thc most valuable a*sei. LET ME TELL YOU thfrt tieadaches, diz
???cssVp^in in lite back of your fond is the cause of neglected eyes.
Vou mii^ht know, ?hat to neglect your eyes foo long is dangerous,
paralysis of the optic nerves might result, and then what? Why a
mi?iion dol?a cs could not restore yor.r eyesight, because there is no
remedy -for paralyzed optic nerves.
? When you can get ymir e\es. c.4::'.:;iiucd and
glasses lilted that will relieve that that strain of your eyes, and :ts
soon as the strain will be lemoved-l?er.?aches and all other eye ln,u- '
bic willbe know:? to you.
<-;^Cb?jfe "?^^.w?th your troubled eyes, J can make them strong
^h^r?V?clenfJttcallv Jittei glasse*? : rirJC? far hipitnw vmi.iiaiv?*fri
j^ky ?ltewner?. 1
if U,,,.f\- ..
an oculist 1 will so advise'.
, I *W^;*4^mMELY not furnish glasses . unless they arc abso
itftetv. suited io your eyes.
YOU NOTHImS to investigate my claims, a
few Smilies of your time4l?rr. tell the talc. \ v
7. ifif ^?*RENC?,' huncU-d? of stt?sned customers.
Dr. I. M
^f^this the Spencer National Bank? This
? is Goodwin 8c Company, of Springfield,
Mr. Goodwin talking. ? stranger has
Just offered a check OB.jfj^it bank ior $30
la -^t^?atidr?^i^. go^p~' Sa^s Iiis name
& jdhn Doe. Harhe au account and is he
good for that amount?."
Rv J"**?if?r%htf?v?r4Cr Vf\' tka Kew* lr
---' i"-"""C. vu.cxn.f 1.11V ?a?*??'*
chant can a!wa?s^brotect himself from loss
by worthless CMCKS.

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