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Will Par Our Millinery \ ? We have a wonderful assortme ric and color that is authentic, ai is so necessary to every ault Th moderate. We have a Special Suit at $12.6? a lot of suits at.$12.50 which wot iworth it, too, but we are fcaturi them In every color. Be sure t I Our showing of one piece Dress less beaten, anywhere tbroughou very pretty dresses in Georgette Satin, Taffetas and Silks in all th. Sand, Belgian Blue, at prices from Mil We have Just received a lot ol hats which are very pretty indeed Mrs. Bi Exclusive agent for "Froisse!* 1 With The Chi Ph vs i Elementary Valen. The Btudy book for Elementary Union, "Practical -Pedagogy In the Sunday School," have come and can be gotten by calling at Fant's Book Store. Members of CUBB will please take first five chapters for the April meeting. SACKED CANTATA The Crucifixion to Be Giren at Grace Church, Friday Evening March On next Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock the sacred cantata, The Cru cifixion, will be rendered by a large choir in Grace Church. The composer oCtito music ls Sir John Stainer. The words of the cantata glv the story of thc sacred Passion of the Holy He demer, opening with the scene in Gethseman and closing with the Death on Calvary's .Height. Two of .the choruses are of special note, The Pro cession to Calvary, and The Appeal of the Crucified. The first comes at the beginning of the cantata with the words, Fling wide the gate, for the Saviour waits to tread in His royal way. The second ls at the conclusion. From tho Throne of His cross, the King of grief Cries out to a world of unbelief: Oh! men and women, afar and nigh, ls it nothing to you, all ye that pass by? .? The choir which sing this cantata is composed of the following members: Miss Zenobia Welch, organist with the rector of the church directing. Soprano-Misses . Stranatahan. Smith, Ii roy les; Mesdames McDonald, Frank, Maxwell. Alto-'Mesdames Green and Orr.. Tenor-Messrs RicR and Tr Ibbie. . Bass-'Messrs. Fitzgerald and Gib boney. Some . Idea of this music may be gathered from the fact that it hss taken nearly three months of study and practice for tho. choir to be able to render this music. The congregation will be furnished with leaflets giving the words of the 1 HEARST'S SUN! and Daily Delivered to H CARRINGTON Spring ia her? and the roads < .?loy motarme; wish Had tires, sett yo? new owe. AJAX or ? jure the tires to boy. I have the Free Ak to zsses ?nd Suki .ade Easter Will Be There, T?*. SUITS nt of- Suits for Spring in every style, nd they all h?ve that touch of style wh py are distinctive. And our prices i. That is we are making a feature lld H'ill for $16.60 elsewhere and be ng these $16.60 suits at $12.60. We 0 see these values before you buy. >RESSES es title i.pring can not be equalled, mw t tht Piedmont. We are showing son Cr epez, Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chu a ne w colors including Arizona Gray, 1 $6.60 to $80.00. JLINERY r neg/ untrimmed chapes and tri i. See them before you place your ord 3raves Boyd rroat Lace Corsets and McCall Patten arch Women ?17. muiic. A silver offering will be re ceived at the door for missions tn South Carolina, and the public ls cor dially invited to be present. MISSIONARY SOCIETY Meeting* of Executive Committee and ?Organisation Monday. The executive committee of tbo Woman's Missionary Society of tbe First Baptist church will meet in the Seaior Phllathea room promptly at three o'clock on Monday afternoon. Woman's Missionary Society. The regular meeting of the Woman's Missionar;' Society will be held at four o'clock oa Monday afternoon and all of the member., are urged to be present. There will be a called meeting of the Parliamentary class at five o'clock. Missionary Society. The Ladies' Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will hare an important meeting op Wed nesday afternoon immediately after prayer meeting. The members are urned to attend as it will' be neces sary to make arrangements tor Pres byterial which will. meet here on April 21, 22, 23rd. I?Epworth League." The Epworth League will hold its regular meeting at St. John's Meth odist church Monday night, March fifteenth, nineteen fifteen, promptly at eight o'clock. Everybody Ut cor dially invited to be present. Proser am arranged as folio a* lng: Song-No. 20$. Scripture Reading-Ruth 2, ?, 4, 9. Song-No. 75. % Sentence prayer. Recitation-The Sign of the Cross. -Miss Nell Bewley. Instrumental solo-Melody of Love. -Miss Ruth Wells. Pleading-By Little Mary Ramsy. A Bummary ot "The Book of Ruth," -Mr. Charles Sullivan, Jr. Vocal solo-Flee aa a Bird-Miss Daniels. ' ' 1 . - ' 1 ? ) AY AMERICAN Georgian r Week ome or Off iee f & CO., Agents iderson Theatre Bldg are getttr&s toed, bot yon cmn*t I ena repair yp?r old tin? IOODYEAR tn in irttwk Andi tito MctjtMfice Coetomers, calming Works 5 I? Ijeavue benediction. So teach us to- number cur days :hat we may apply our heart* unto wisdom. . Leader-Miss Viola Felkel. - UBS. W. A. HUDGEKS, Baiter Pko?e 17. B'xle Chapter. The Dixie Chapter. ?. D. C., will meet Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock with Mrs. O. D. Anderson on Calhoun Sf. Pretty Party. Misses Sara and Carolyn McFall entertained atout fifty friends at a beautiful party yesterday afternoon it their home about five julies below town near High Shoals. All the young people went out in automobiles, and the whole afternoon was delightfully pleasant. Pink waa a.* chosen color end this was beautifully carried, especially in the carnations used. The charming young hostess served an elegant sweet course late in the evening, after many merry and happy games. The Orphesn Muefeal Clcb. The next number of the Lyceum course at the Anderson College, will be given tomorrow evening at 8:80 o'clock*. The attraction will be the Orphean Musical Club, a quartette of gifted artists, who present a beau tiful and varied program of vocal quartets, horn quartets, and solo's on their various instruments; also vocal aolo's illustrated with cartoon pic tures and impersonations. * Cateecnee Chapter. The Cateechee Chapter, D. A. H., will meet on Monday afternoon at balf past four, with Mrs. Rufus Bur rl8s on Calhoun St. " Flower." "Wild Flowev" with Marguerite Clarke in the leading part will be gtvjBn at the Paramount Theatre on Wednerdry. It will be a benefit per formance for the Palmetto Chapter, md the ladles are planning several theatre parties, to see this beautiful tittle play. PopoJar Visitors. Mr. and"Mrs. L. E. Telden of Washington, who have been spending two weeks here will leave Monday for 3reenville. Mr. and Mrs. Telden have made many friends here in the foar rears that they have been coming to Anderson and they will always find a warm welcome awaiting when they ?me again. Mr. Telden is in the em ploy of-the U. 8. government, and makes an annual inspection of the cotton mills. i .?ltilt?B? Miss Kelle MeCaattt Entertains. Miss Nelle McCants entertained ibout twenty-five young, friends st a Icllgbtful little party yesterday af? ernopn. The house was bright with lowers, tulipa and daffodils, being ?sed in profusion, in on interesting Ittle contest. Edward Howard won he first prite, a box of candy. The >retty young hostess served a- dalntv ?weet course, [?dies H Entertain Clemsoe Cadet?. Quite a number of ladies met in the >arlor3 of Kotei ChJquota on Saturday afternoon to discuss plans for enter aining the Clemson boys while here text week. A very- charming plan has teen suggested and the ladlee are very ouch interested in perfecting ?the iccessary arrangements. All the adie? of the town who are willing to lelp are requested to meet at the lolel Chikola parlor? on M-adey iftevsoen at four, when al! lae Anal letalis wt\\ be arraaged. rr o Eeiertefa Clemson Beys. Mr. C. H. Bleich has arranged the tall up stairs In the Anderson theatre Or the use of thu Clemson boys, and t splendid Victrola has been placed here so that th? young people caa go tp and dance whenever th-y erial?. )n Tuesday and Thursday evening Ike ?rchestra of the Anderson theatre will 'amish the music and Mr. Bleich will ?ntertsic the yocng men at two del ightful dances, Tgere will be no for oal invitations and both atfalf*Mk K> pleasantly informal. Mr. Carrir.v ea ls assisting Mr. Bleich and they viii mske every effort to make the reek io Ahtersea * very pleasant ene or the young men. I AT THE CHURCHES I OrrvdUe Methodist Chmrek. South Main street. Bundar, March ?lat. Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. n., J. A. Glenn,, superintendent 'reaching at 11:15 a. m. by the paa or. Rev. W. T. Belvln, and at 7:30 i. m., by Presiding Bider, Rev. T. C. Mell, utter .which Quarterly Confor m?e will be held. The public is '.raia I ly invited to worship with us. Preaching at Trinity. Rer. W. T. Belvia, pastor of the )rrville, Gluck and Tozaway Metho liat churches will preach at Trinity Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The ?ubilc ls cordially Invited. First Presbyterian Church. The services at the First Prcsby erian church tomorrow will be held kt the usual hours. The Sabbath school will convene at 10 o'clock, un ter the .superintendency of Mr. - E. V. Brown. The pastor will preach at .1:30 and 7:30. A very cordial in vi ta lon is extended to the public to wor* diip with us at these hours The nessages will bo the Gospel story and ixvrythlng will be done to make each me feet ? blessing lu to be obtained. Vit t Baptist Charra.. 9:45 Teachers' Prayer service. 10-Sabbat i cc boo). Dr. A. L. Smothers, superintendent. 11:30-The annual meeting of the 'burch will be held. Reports from all he different organizations will be leard. All thc members of the church ind their friends are invited to be iresent. 3-F.c.yal Ambassador meeting. 6:30-B. V. P. CL service. Sub lect: "Power for Service." 7:30-Public worship. Sermon by the pastor, John P. Vines. Subject: .The Man Who Comes Short/' Monday 3- Executive Committee meeting of :he W. .M. S. 4- Woman'? Missionary Society nesting. 5- Parllmentary claej. Wednesday 7- Teachers' meeting. 8- Prayer and Praise Service. 8ub |ect: "Tho '.urea a Praying Force." Leader, W. McGee. All members ure urged to be present and help make thc meeting helpful. The public ls cordially Invited to be present and worship wltb us at ?ll these services. St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Passion Sunday. Maas and sermon nt 8 a. m. No other services until the following Friday when the Sta tions of the Cross will be received. All are welcome. ' Toxaway Methodist Chmrek: Sunday, March 21st, Preaching? at 11:30 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m., by Rev. J. D. Croat. Visitors and strangers welcomed. v . ti race Church. Rer. J. H. Gibboney, rector. Phone 535. Ser Wee s for the Fifth (Passion) Sunday la Lent, March 21st. 8 a. m.-The Holy Eucharist. 10:15 a. m.-Sunday school and Bible class. 11:30 a. m.-Morning prayer and sermon. 4:30 p. m.-Choral Even song and sermon. Monday 4 p. m.-Evening prayer sud address. Tuesday 4 p. m.-Evening prayer and address. Wednesday, Annunciation ot the Blessed Virgin Mary. Thursday 10 a. m.-The Holy Eu charist. Thursday 8 p. m.-Evening prayer ind address. Friday 4 p. m.-Children's service. Friday-8:30 p. m.-Sacred Cantata, the Crucifixion. The Rev. C. H. Jordan will give the address on Mon lay. Churchman Club tc ?ec* at the Rectory. The Churchman Club will meet ?onday evening at 8 o'clock at the rectory. Sometime ago the club ex tended aa invitation to the Rev. CH. tardan, rector of the church >t the Resurrection, of Green wood, to be their guests and o deliver'a lecture before the club, the Rev. Jordan -viii speak to the :lub on Monday, his subject being the 'Hand of Ged in American History." ia win also be the preacher at the donday Lenten service. St. John's Methodist f>unh. John W. Speeke. pastor. Sunday ?chool io a. m. o. M. Heard su perin ea tient. Preaching at il:30 a. m., md 8 p. m. by Pav. A. N. Bronson if Spartanbarg. Mr. Brunsen la pas er of Bethel church and is a man if unusual ability aa a preacher. At Central PHbbrterfe? t kare fa. The services on Sunday- at the Central Presbyterian church will be ? follows; Sunday school at 10:15. ?Corning service at 71:30, Subject: Earthly Treasures." Evening ser Ice at 7:45. Subject: "Man'? In ufflciency." A cordial Invitation to til to be at tbeae services, special auV at each service. Asent?te termed Ch??*. The services on Sunday at the As oc?ate Reformed Pr?shytertan church rill be. Sabbath school at 10:80 reaching at ll :30 ia the morning and :30 in the evening. Air have a cor Ul invitation io come to this church or all services. Calomel makes you stag and yen one s daya work. Calomel is a aa ty. daa^eroua chemical. To liven our sluggish liver and bowels when onstlpated. headachy, b\\u, O-cent box of harmless Cascareis, ney work while yon aleen, don't! ripe, sicken er salivate. CENTRAL MUSIC FESTIVAL BOARD Make* Statement Witto Reference to Attraction Held Last Week The following statement ws3 Issued yesterday by the Central Music Fes tival Committee of the Chamber of Commerce: To Whom lt May Concern: This committee in its endeavors to give to Anderson a musical festival was actuated by the best intentions and desires, and while several of the beat attractions for a variety of un forseen reasons failed to appear, lt was no fault of the committee, and proper notice of the same was given to the public through the local press. We believe that every purchaser of a season ticket, who attended the festival, received more than his or her money's worth. Miss MacLaren in her characterisations la generally recog nised as the ieadlng artist in America in her line, and certainly the magni ficent production of "Paid in Full" was worth st least $1.50, not to speak of Peg O' My Heart. Tho Battis at traction in Dickens oortrsysl in America. The H ea ron s Sisters havo for muuy years appeared at tho leading Cbautauquas in tho country and Mrs. Vesey is quite well known as a lecturor and Chautauquaist. The famous Skovgaard did net come, be ing unexpectedly taken sick In Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Verney and Mr. May were for some reason, not yet known to this committee, delayed in Flori da. So far as we are able, we carried out tbe program for which we con tracted, and we might here mention that we suffered a financial losa of more than 1350.00 cn the festival. If, however, any one feels that they did not get their money's worth, the undersigned stand ready to refund what they paid without question. The Ladies' College Association, who so kindly and generously assist ed us, did so with the? highest mo tives, as did several of the better known local ministers. The Ladies College Association deserve our sin cere thanks which we cordially ex tend them, cid If there are any who may be ?disposed to blame them for tbe failure of some of the attractions to show np, we insist lt was not their fault, nor ours, though we gladly ac cept the responsibility. Respectfully, MUSICAL FESTIVAL COMMITTEE. ooooeoooooooocooo o* DENVER SCHOOL o o o ooooocooooo?ocooo Well, the sun is still shinning on old Denver school. And Denver school ls still prospering as lt always has done.. We wish to say thai the social en tertainment and box supper that we had on the night of March 12th, was a success, and we presume inst all that were present enjoyed themselves. The amount of money that was raised was twenty-one dollars clear. We have already begun preparing for tbe commencement for the close of school. We hope to have the best that was ever had at Denver school. We are expecting to have a game of ball with "Possum College" (Smith) pret ty soon. We hope that the result will be in our.favor. We wish to thank the editor for the educational page, as we always like to hear how all the schools are pros pering. We are also trying to improve the school grounds. We have set out borne trees and flowers. In conclusion we wish to say that everything In the community ls run ing very smoothly at present-. TWO PUPILS. Dies at M GETTYSBURG, Pa., March 20. Sfiss Hannah Moore, 91 years'old, an original Daughter of the American Revolution, died at her home here to day as a result of a fall down a stair way. Her father, George Moore, was s teamster In the continental army. DULL, SPLITTING, SICK HEADACHE Qr. JsttttesV Headache Povrder* re here at once 10 cent? e Tod take a Dr. James' Headache asd In just a few moments head clears and al nen rsl ga and fades away. It's the quickest __ sorest relief for headache, wheth er dull, throbbing? splitting or nerve ckieg. Send someone to the drug i and get a dime package now. suffering-St's so needless. Pe yoe get Dr. James* Headache there will be no dtsap polntmsnt. ?8. Pf?fKSTOX PROMISES n-estri) Geera af Anderses Extra Geed Tah Shew Next Week. Mr. A. M. Pinks ton, manager and owner of the Palmetto theatre states that he has recenUly seen the tab ?how walch is coming here next vee* to play at bte theatre, and be knows lt to be aa clean a tab show as there la on the road today ?and farther more lt is in a class by itself. That there is no other tab shoe playing the larger tah thew boosee lu Atlan ta, Birmingham, and other Southern cities any better than this one. They pier*** two weeks ago in the Bonita ia Atlanta, and this last week in o ot Uit> largest tab show theatres Birmingham, coming direct from B bingham Mr. Pinkston says further, If there lc ?ey one who seeu thia ?di (Ad ls dissatisfied, that he can als money back at the office at ot without argument. I ? ii** m m APRIL 4 Are you prepared? We are ready with your EASTER HAT, SUIT, DRESS OR WAIST NEW EASTER Neckwear, Gloves, Ribbons ?nd Pet ticoats. * . Shop ni the store with the Ecjter Spirit D. GEISBERG m At ?fib Goesard Corsets m Chisholm Trowbridge & Suggs DENTISTS New Theatre Building. W. Whittier St. PALMETTO mm[ ALL NEXT WEEK The Bett Tab Show Ever in Anderson 10 PEOPLE A FULL PONY CHORUS 10 PEOPLE Lots of Good Specialties _ ? MOVIES FOR MONDAY_ THE LOST LORD LOVELL" A Majestic Two Reel Feature THE MUFFLED BELL" Reliance We have seen this show and person ally guarantee it to be as good, or better than nay other Tab Show ever playing An- * Al M. PI NKSTON. I NEWTON IA IrVIARSMlVfALL.O'W * CREME A delicious preparation for icing and filling for fine cakes. Dressing for fruit salads, pastries, gelatines, shortcakes, etc., for ice cream, sherbets and candies. For sundaes, hot choco late or Cocoa. r For Sale By Xlre Anderson Ca s lt Grocery Co.