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ARRIVES IN CITY TO PER
FECT DETAILS FOR OPEN
Walter M. Role? .Astonished at
Wide-Awake, Hustling Com
munity Which He Finds.
; Walter M. Holes, business manager
of tlie "Prince of Tonight" musical
comedy company, which wjll ' open
''Tho Anderson" ther.tre on the even
ing of Friday. February li?, is in the
city arranging details ot the opening
attraction. This is Mr. Hole's: first
visit to Anderson. Ile expressed him
self yesterday as being astonished at
anding Anderson sud? a wide-awake
bustling city. Ho was greatly im
pressed hy tho natural beauty of the
city and particularly Hs appearance
after night with the great white way'
Mr. Holes stated that the attraction
Which is to open the new play house
here ic one. of the best touring thlB
section of thc South thlu year, and is
drawing crowded houses wherever it
is showing. After showing at Ander
son thc company will work through
Florida and out to Memphis, Tenn
omi hi the direction of the Pacific
eoast, where it is Scheduled" to' appear
at the exposition at San Francisco in
the spring and summer.
: That Anderson has one of thc most
?eautiful and. complete theatres In
ho. South, ls the opinion of Mr. Roka,
expressed without reserve after lie
had been shown over the new play
house yesterday by Manager C. H.
. "TIIK LITTLE GRAY LADY?
3?K8 Jane ?rey- at the * Paramount
Jano Grey, who Is presented as the
star of Channieg: Pollock's dramatic
romance of official life In Washington
as it is today, "The Little Gray Lady"
Youngs Island, S. C., Nov. 23. UK
To get started with you we
yiu the following offer. Send va ?1.5*
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbago Plant*
gi own In the open air and will etanr
freering, . grown ? from the' Col abratet
Seed of Bolglna & Son and Thorbon
& Co? and I will send you 1,000 Cab
bago Plants additional FREE, and yoi
can repeat the order aa many time*
as you like, I will give yon ap?ela
pgftsf? O? Potato 8ee?3 Foist*
Plants later. We want the account
of close buyers, large and small. W?
aaa supply all.
Now on Exhibit in An
drseon until Saturday
Night, hear P. 6? N.
Car was loaded by the Madero
government, tho National Educational
Society and National Railways of Old
Mexico, but fa in charge of Ameri
cans. ? V'c
Come exhibits on display tn CUT
i re: Aztec Indian idols from, the
Mexican National Museum; excava
tions ?rom Pompel ot Mexico;^ 400
y?ar-old bsd; Mexican mun**?*;
Mexican talking parrot and other
tropical birds: handiwork of Mexican
natiyes< as drown work, basketry,
blanket weaving. pottery, 'finger
painting; "opals.'onyx, silver. gold,
kt?L, from Mexican mineai One' chunk
of Bilroy wilgha 400 fha., .'Value <250.
Tbsre -art hundreds of museum ex
hibits 8ncbT?;dteBsed fleajj. In cases;
Bilk worms and raw dlk; horned
triads; thc armadillo or ant-eater;
2T5 pound tu. tie, photos o' Mexican
people afiiT scenery, furnished by1 thc
Mexican National Raliway, valued at
Thero is . much school work, as
uiaps. miniature Mexican mud
houses, split straw and feather work
j:??o In school H.
Tlie agricultural, industrial. and
mineral producta ot Old Mexico aw
t>t->rtaiPtng ?nd educational for ov
rone to see\
Open Hally a a. m. to 10 p. tu. 1
?Admission 16c. School classes
(with teachers), 6c.
NOTE-Ladles need not hesitate tc
visit th? exhibit, as there are ladle*
s not only an actress of surpassing
:kill In tho legitimate production tn
vhich she has been starred tor years,
jut possesses the ability to convey ull
her charm, personality and magnetism
o h?r audience quite as well, wbeii
olaying before tho camera. The title
..ole or "The Little Gray Lady" JIB
lo: . iy resembles Miss Grey's char
icterlstles a? her name does the title
>f the play, and thai of the cha actor
he portrays, Anna Gray. The scones
>f "The Little Gray I July" are laid
n Washington and embrace a typical
Washington boarding house, wfterr- all
ht ima tes are government employes
is well as several departments of the
hilted States treasury.
Anna Gray ls a quiet, high princip
led young woman who falls in love
with Poi ry Carlyle, a weak, young
clerk whose own extravagant tasto*,
and the dissipations induced by on
leavoring to please Ruth Jordon haye
combined to plunge him Into both dd t
.ind dissatisfaction at his lot. ( I
He linds that his position in thd
treasury department enables him u]
ibtaln possession of nieces of ni" lat
od money and that by-pasting them to
gether he can induce tradesmen to
iccept them for good bills and so add1
considerably to hts income. In a very
few days however, the secret service;
men aro on his trail and lt is only
owing to the heroic Belf-Bncrlflcc o?
Anna that he ls savhd from the conse
luences of his crime, r.mth In his
.rouble discards him, and as he real
izes that her affection was inspired
inly by mercenary motives, while
Vnnn loves him sincerely for himself
ilone, he ls Gwept th a revulsion of
eeling' to a love for her which ts as
leep and lasting as her own.
There are moments of the mo;t.
enso and thrilling suspense while
Ynna ls concealing Perry from the
>olice aud when she confronts Rutlj
ind struggles with her for the evi
lenoe which will clear or convict
".erry, the situation is tremendous AS
he two women struggle with all t'.vc
lercencEH of love, passion, and des
This will bc seen at. the Paramount
PRINCE OE TONIGHT
Dazzling Musical Comedy WM Open
"The Anderson" February 19.
Gorgeous costumes, dazzling, epee
acular effects high class music, stun
ting show girls and dashing broilers
.'orm the background of that moat
vopular of musical comedies, "The
Prince of Tonight," which will be the
ittractloo at the grand opening of
'The Anderson" theatre February 19.
The cast ls headed by Tom Arnold,
vho is seen in his happiest mood lu
he title role. The story tells of the
?dventur s of Mr. Aruold, as a strand
ed college youth wiro falls in love
with and is snubbed by a beautiful
teircss whom he meets while acting
is life saver at 'Tho Breakers," Palm
'leach. Sh% coquettes with him and
hen informs him that minus wealth
ind position he has no chance at all.
lut he ic befriended by an aged gar
dener who has learned mysteries of
angie from hta plants and who turns
tim Into a prince of mythical'land for
a night. It ls undv^stood that if thc
orince falb to receive a kiss from tho
right girl before the night ls over, lie
ls to die at dawn. Tho manner in
which- he escapes the fate threatened
him and wins the' right girl gives ?L?
author, Adams, Hough and Howard,
unusual opportunity to link modern
characters with m-.gie and mythical
3ituationj. The transformation scenes,
the artistic grouping of the host ot
pretty girls included in the chorus,
and the gorgeous stage pictures will
prove a revelation. Joseph E. Howard,
literally surpasses himself in provid
ing the music for "The Prince of .To
night," and tho constant introduc
tions of musical numbers offers much
to charm thc lovers of good music.
Among the many song hits are: "Her
Eyes Aro Blue For Yale," ' "Tonight
Will Never Come Again," "Mean Moon
Man," "I Don't Want to Marry Your
Family." "Follow the Rainbow Trail,"
"I F?6l In Love On Monday," and
"You're a Bear Old World After All."
Miss Milford Dead.
Miss Lillie Milford, daughter ot .thc
late Dr. Milford of Anderson County,
died last Sunday night lu Columbia,
following a long illness. The body
was brought to the city last night and
the funeral and interment will take
place today at First Qreek church, iii
the lower section of tho county.
CHILD IS BILIOUS
Look, Mother! If Tongue is coated
give "California Syrup
of Figs." >
Every .mot)ier realises, after giving
ber children "California Syrup of
Figs" that thir. is their ideal laxative,
because- ?hey love lt\s pleasant taste
and. lt thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
When cross, Irritable, feverish or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, mother! If coated,' sive
a toaspoorful of thia harmless "fruit
laxative." and in a few/ boura all tho
too?!, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passe* out of the
bowels, and you have a well, plavful
child again. When its little system ls
full of cold, throat sore, has stomach
ache, dtarrhae, indigestion, eblle-re
member, a good "inside cleansing"
should always be the first treatment
M'?lons of mothers' keep "California
Syr np, of T1xca'f handy; they know a
teaspoonful today naves a sick child
tomorrow. Aak yocr druggist for a
f.O-eont buttle of "California Syrup of
Cigf," which has directions for babies,
children of all ige? .and grown-ups
printed on the bottle. Beware . pl
counterfeits sold ljerc, so don't be
forded. Get. the genuine, made by
["California Fig Syrup Com|?any."
LANDED IN THE COURT
ERNEST MILLER CHARGED
WITH MAKING DIMES OF
As the Alleged Offense Was Com
mitted in Country Case Ww,
When thc case against-E. nest Mill
er, charged with cheating und swind
ling, was called yesterday in the re
corder's court it wis discovered that
the alleged offense had been commtt
S. d outside of '.he city limits of An
erson and \v.s, therefore, not within
rte Jurisidl^tlon of tho recorder. The
efeidant was, of course, dismissed.
It was rather a smooth trick Miller
as charged with having performed,
fact, if he did what it was charged
at he did, he comes about as near
living the problem for which ancient
?l'homintB gave their lives as anyone
io ever existed on this sphere. In
?rt, Miller was charged with chang
iii the haser metals Into silver, and
b>\a process involving the manipula
tlra of various acid.;. The base
mtil he was charged with turning
inti silver was one cent pieces, which,
it 1 charged, he made into dimes by
ireling them with some kind of acid
tba!turned the copper the color of
Itlappeared that a negro passed
one If these fake dimes on a Greek
and Ipceived in exchange two rive
centitoackages of peanuts. The mat
ter vis reported to thc police. Later
on a fcgro approached the officer and
show* him one bf the fake dimes for
whichlie bad given a negro two
nickle! This led to tho arrest vjf
Miller! It was also reported that one
of thetakc dimes was palmed off a
negro forking for the- People's Fur
niture Imipany some time ago.
JuBt low many of tho so-called
limes Ve in circulation, no one
knows, V course; but lt is not im
nrobablihat Abe one who worked the
trick fldVod the public while ' the
fleecing Vas ?pod. If the matter
comes t<*he attention of government
-luthorltii it is practically certain
that the f gro will be hauled up for
investiga ian in the federal court.
Tampcrlnlwlth the money of the gov
ernment llsuch a manner as this ls a
cry seriof offense.
men mi FOR
From what tH
?seen of the B
j Fldiihman B
might have b
C:, operate s
chants and as
that the one
merchant is to
aim to employ
?sales people in
^ Their buBipes
their vory marke
quite largely Jo
ting the right kl
man stated that
things in the reta!
gue? tbat poor si
and have been, one
sets pf the mall or
He contends that
store advertises and
io the store and th
competent help to
that tho store is dire
mail order business
ty. He says that thel
been that incompeiant
will drive busluess. a
store mgardleps . of
that is done, and if a
g elippldg from the
de Journal ot Des
is self explanatory,
intelligencer man has
e service ot the local
stor J, this store
v. ritten about tho
of Fayetteville, N.
ores In the Card
ers are real mer
function of ?the
ll goods, and they
e but the very best
stores. . I
good and. is con
d tliey attribute
r success in get
f sales people,
subject with tho
Mr. B. Fleish-.
of the greatest
uslness. He we?
men in retail
e greatest as
ere a retail
ng-3 people In
e the people,
o except to
s are that
drives trade away fro
where ls the customer t
the mall i der bous
Fleishman &_ys, the eh
tho customer leaving thdSsiorc be
cause of the lncompeta? c. thc
salesman will not be nmo receive,
any better elsewhere, io ?>r she, as
the case may be, ls incltnfto buy a
money? order, or a draft dfco send
a check to a mall order holLin some
large city and run the ris? .getting
the goods they want. 1
Fleishman Bros., do .c
advertising to bring peop
store. They often offer bli
but they see to lt that their
pie are competent to coop
tholr advertising deoartm
wien a salesman on their tor
department, shows himself
tant, there lj Just one bf t
for him to do, he n URt either
himself or step aside and maaroom
foi* somvme eise.
Hin Aunt Dee?,
Mr. A. M. Wright, ot The
gencer's staff bf linotype .
returned to the. city last I
Newberry, where he was
KOAOunt of the death early Wu|
day mornlnr of his aunt, Miss.
Feaster Jones of Starr Was il
city yesterday for a ?hort while*.
WOFPORD ALUMNI TO
BANQUET WILL BE HELD IN
DINING ROOM OF METHO
DR. H. N. SNYDER
And Prof. John G. Clinkacales
Will Be Present-Some of the
Alumni in the County.
A gathering or Wofford College
alumni in Anderson County for the
purpose renewing iutereBt uud af
fection on the part of these for their
alma mater, and probably perfecting
an alumni association, will he held
8aturday afternoon at r>:30 o'clock,
about the festive board, in the dining
room of St. John's Methodist church.
President Henry N. Snyder of Wof
ford, and Prof. John G. iiinkmxileo,
for years a beloved professor of tile
same Institution, will be the guests of
honor at thc turkey dinner. Gradual*
es of- the college In Anderson Couuty
living outside of the city will also be
guests at this dlnuer.
The object of thc gathering ls UIBO
to bring tho graduates into closer
touch with one another. And it is
not improbable that after the perfect
ion of the alumni association the or
ganization will be extended so as to
take in former students of the insti
tution living in this county. Those
who will attend the diuner arc re
quested to notify Mr. A. H. Bagnall or
Mr. Sami. L. Prince, both of Andor
son, at once.
lt ls expected that some 25 or 20
graduates of Wofford will attend the
dinner, which will b/a so arranged that
alumni living at Honea Path, Belton
and Williamson may attend lt and
leave for their homes on the 8:10
o'clock interurban car.
Following are some of the Wofford
graduates who arc living In Anderson
County: Judge Geo. E. Prince. A. H.
Dagnall, T, Frank Watkins, Samuel L|
Prince, Jno. B. Humbert, J. M. Latt
in cr. R. lu Holroyd, W. M. Sloan, Goo.
W. Sullivan, Dr. Frank M. Lander, Dr.
W. T. Lander. Ftev. J D. Crout, Al
pheus AttavTAy. Rev. T. C. O'Dell. Rev.
W. C Kirkland, Frank Hudgens, W. A.
Hudgens, George Goodglon, T. L.
Cc!;v Fred ??[kel. John Owens, Tom
Hill, Marshall P. Orr, Roy Grimn,
Rufus Hill, Tom Graham, Rev.- Mar
?8EE$t2 MEXICO" CAR
Au Exposition Csr Loaded With Ex.
titbits'-From Old Mexico.
''Seeing Mexico" Is the title of an
exhibit car. containing a complete line
of the producta, resources and modes
of life In the war torn republic of
Old Mexico, which is now stationed on
P. & X. <raok near freight depot.
Since its arrival the exposition car
has had almost constant Btream of
visito; s. and all say the?' greatly en
joyed their ' trip to Mci co." The cw
creates special Interest just now when
tho wires are hot with news of the
Mexican war. The-photo exhibit in the
car is fine. Some of the pictures are
very large-in fact said to be the
largest ever made. Some are on plate
glass, so placed in the windows aa to
be unusually clear. There are plc*
tures showing recent VISWB of the
Mexican' national palace, of the presi
dent's home' at Chapultepee, of the
streets of Mexico City, the public
buildings,, the people,, etc. A picture
I showing a large gathering of Mexican
society people at a' banquet, is of in
terest, as ex-president Diaz, De La
Bara ex-Ambassador Wilson, etc., are
in the group.
However, the photographs 'arc a
small part of the exhibit. Of much in
forest aro the Aztec relics of stone,
pottery and - other' relive ot ancient
Mexico; ores, as gold, silver, copper,
otc. one great specimen said-to con
tain $250 worth of silver. An i qt cr
est lng exhibit.ls a very fine copy of
( the original Aztec stono salendar done
I on onyx. This waa originally Intend
ed to be a present from tue business
men of Mexico City to President Diaz.
[The calendar was not quite finished,
however, when Diaz was deposed and
it ls now a part of the car collection.
It was 'valued at $500. The agricul
tural. Industrial and other exhibits on
tue caf are too numerous to merrion.
They aro either enducatlonal, enter
taining or amusing. The car wiil re
main until Saturday night and is open
dally from 9 o'clock each morning to
ten at night.
The commissioner of this "Seeing
Mexico" car is Wy H. Ramseor. who
Is well known In railroad circles of
the South, and also has many friends
I ha Anderson. Mr. Ramscur ?? ?? lg
Inally from North Carolina^
J. T*. Brown'of the rnuiitrv wu.; n
Visitor In thc city yesterday*
HEAD S??FfED FROM
j; CATARRH OR A COLD
; ; Saya Cream Applied1 In Nostrils
, [ Opens Air Passages Right Up.
Instant relief-no walting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages ot your head clear and you
can breathe freely. No more hawking,
snuffing, blowing, htadache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night:
your cold or catarrh disappear*.
Oet a'smr" ?ottle of Ely'* Cream
Batm from /'cur druggist now. Apply
a -little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every afr passage ot
the head, soothe? tho inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up with a cold or nasty catarrh.
Expect to Have One of Best Ses*
s iona of Season Satur
The resulur monthly meeting of the
Anderson County School Teachers As
sociation, which will be held next
Saturday, at West Market street
school, promises to be one of the most
int. resting of thc season. A full at
tendance of members is expected and
preparations will be made for caring
for a record attendance.
The devotional exercises of this
meeting Viii be in charge of thc Rev.
W. C. Kirkland, editor of the South
ern Christian Advocate. The address
of the occasion will be made by Prof
Daniel of Clemson College, one of the
most gilted speakers of this' section.
Music will be furnished by Mrs.
Earle and Mrs. Spearman. Refresh
ments will be served by the domestic
science class of the high school, un
der tho direction of Miss Georgia
A SICK STOMACH
'Tape's Diapepsin" ends all stom
ach djs tresa in five
Time it! Pane's Dlapcpsin will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
sour, gaosy dr out-of-order stomach
surely within Ave minutes.
If your meals don't flt comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a.lump ot
lead In your stomach, or If you have
heartburn, that is a sign of indiges
Get from your pharmacist a fif
ty-cent casu of Papa's Diapepsin ^ and
take a dose Just as soon as you can.
There will be no sour risings, no
belching of undigested food mixed
with acid, no stomach gas or heart
burn, fullness or heavy feeling in tho
stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches, dizziness or intestinal griping.
This will all go, and besides, there
will be no sour food left over in the
stomach to poison your breath with
Pape's Diapepsln is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomach, because it
takes hold of your food and digests lt
Just the same as If your stomach
wasn't there. #
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery ls waiting for you at any
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough ''Pspo's DJaoropsin" to kee**
the entire family free from stomach
disorders and indigestion for many
months. It belongs in your homo.
Miss Mytllene Browne ot the coun
try was among the shoppers In the
Don't let ignorance o
benefits and pleasi
if there is a better
been accustomed to, y
the "Electric Way."
much Cheaper in the
There is not a corr
cannot clean with our
with your antiquated ?
Germs kill more P
submarines, etc., of all
' Cleaner nets rid of Mr
plish this very necessi
Let us "SHOW Y<
it's what we claim, yoi
Judge. The price; is
Galvanized Metal Roofing and
.Modern progresa demands mort1 und better building*,- AH good tituber
?cromes mure scarce and inanonry more expensive, naturally the lin est ipa
iive mind Is looking for a better and more economical building material that
not only will give thc maximum of protection at a minimum cost, hut will
IIHO curry willi it those additional feature? desired In such buildings, but
Inching tn so maur of the material* being used at the present lime. This
has led to thc introduction of Mela Hooting and Siding Materials ns high
grade building products worthy of the most favorable consideration.
*iS???^a COHKUGATED SHEETS are the ' j |
p?&ix*t?l strongest and most used of all forms of ? j ' ! ;
l??qj3^? Sheet Metal Hoofing or Midlum j ;
S^^^^wl Sheathing is nut essential; ('omigal- ,
^^pfti*l ed Sheets ure onsily and rapidly upiilled. ! ; i ; ! I
I^^I^TSI Th0RC V*CrIww Roo"u?" Sheets are ?????Ml
J?S|%K^il| wry much superior to the V-Crimp- j < j j ' '
_KV^'|V*%1 ea ,loof,n?? generally sold. It is very j j j ;
Ig%jC5>)Kl much stronger and much less liable to j j
HSTM . mm
FULL WEIGHT SHEETS-This 1$ un important feature mi l ti decided
advantage to every user of roofings. Nany unscrupulous manufacturers
have put on tho market product* very much lighter than standard weight*.
Thc results lune been unsatisfactory service, and criticisms of Metal Soot?
lng? and Hidings. ........
?ln the purchase of this material QUALITY IS OUR CHIEF AIM.
Sullivan Hardware Company
Anderson, S. CH
Belton, S. C.,
Greenville, S. C.
DO_YOUR OWN SHO?P?:
"Onyx" ip Hosiery
Gives the BEST VALUE for Your Money
Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair'
look for Ute Tratfo Mark! Sold by All Good Dealer?.
wbowie Lord & Taylor NEW YORK
[AT THEY ALL SAY
r prejudice stand in the way of learning of the
ires of an
way of Spring Cleaning than the one you have
ou want it, don't you? Vv*ell, we've got it: it's
It's Cleaner, it's more Sanitary, it's Easier, it's
.er or a crevice about your house winch you
. Electric Vacuum Cleaner. . Can you do this
methods of house-cleaning.
eop?e than all the guns, cannons, battle ships,
I the armies of Europe. This Electric Vacuum
. and Mrs. Germ. Qoes your method accom-.
ir y object?
DU"-It cost you nothing "to be shown." if
i want it, if not you don't. You are to be the
>rily $25.00. It's worth three times that
ublic Utilities Co.
WEST WH1TNER STREET