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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

T?i? Meat Valuable H?^ in the W?.t? ? ?Hv.i^r- ? _. " . ? - ?i IV i ' r | ."i: I * .<:A> ? .' ?i i' ? -???Eus ls Lady PJglantlno. holder o! York lu a private car. Aa automo the world's recerd. 314 eggs In a year. hilo took hef to a. nrcailncnt hotel valued af $100.000 and the only hon where she was installed in .. luxur that hos ?traveled In a private Pull- ions suite. From day to day she is man car? Her owner, A. A. CV.Tiatian taken to tho -poultry show to be .-.o^P*I??aelnhi$,'bro9Shi! her. to .-.Now exhibited; . . :!> j fSSBSB M Monthly Bloomers ' ? 1 : j????fe 911 588 MAJftS?ALL ATE. ' MEMBER OF FLORISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERY Finding; that v/e are overstocked with Solid Gold "W; W. " Guaranteed Set Rings, ?ri. which the sets are guaranteed . " tb remart?^ One, Third less than their actual value. , They are'set with Aniethysfc:f-"Qariiei,:..-..B?Qo?stonefc. Emerald, Pearl, .;R?byr. ba.^?.-ni?crS&nphh-e, ?pal^T These are; perfect r^s1 in every, respect; ?apd-"makeScel le...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED ISO?. Publiahed every morning except Monday by The Andoraon Intelligen cer at 140 Wost Wbllner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager Entered UH tiecond-class mattor April 28, 1914, at the post offlco at Anderson, South (.'urollno, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year.$5.00 Six Months_:. 2.G0 Three Months. 1.25 Ono Month.\'l Ono Week.10 SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year.$1.50 Six Months....75 Tho Intelligencer is delivered by1 carriers in tho city. ? Look at tho printed label on your paper. Tho dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice dato, and label carefully, and if not correct' pleaso notify UH nt ouco. | Subscribers desiring the address of, their paper changed, will please stata lp. their communication both the old and now addresses. , To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery, in tho city o...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

fl? JAN itt ' ? >?????.' 1 ' HABEAS 'CORPUS PROCEED INC YESTERDAY itf ANDERSON HEALTH FAILING Luther Hendrix, Convicted - of Manslaughter* Will Be Sent to Columbia. Habeas Corpus proceedings wore held in Anderson yesterday .morning before Judge George E. Pf Ince \Jor the purpose of determining whefclier Lather Hendrix, who 'Avas recently convicted of manslaughter in Pickens cuunty, should servo his term on the county chaingang of Pickens or;be sent to Dae state penitentiary. It I seems that tho prisoner's health baa | not been good recently and- his re latives and friends wanted him sent ? to Columbia.' ?After hearing the ar guments 'of tho various attorneys, Judge .Prince instructed the sheriff I ol Pickens county to inform the su-1 perin tendent of Hie penitentiary . to send to Pickens for the prisoner. Hendrix's, sentence. was such that] it could hive been served on either tho public works of Pickens county br in the stato penitentiary..-- Owing j to the rule which the--'Super...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

?SVIN S. COBB Each Episode Suggested Serialization by HUGH \\ Produced by the Universal Fi [Copyright; lyi.l. Ly the Universa FIRST EPISODE Liquor and the Law Suf?sstir ! fey IStViN S. C23B, Autliar o? "Sack Homo" And "Judgo Prlojt Storki" I 1 attorney of New York, waa n p^Jr, mun who would never bo PUK peeled or hysterical fear, II is |W0rd was good. Whun bo *ald a thing lt was taken for grunted that ho knew exactly what ho whs talking about und that ho hod the fuels to buck up bia stntomonts. And yut he ..wa? nt: this time almost thb laughingstock of tho city that hail swept him -luto ?nice at : tho last election by au unprecedented, majority.- Tho newspapers, while they j did not actually, attack bim, made itu: j of him. Ills own frlonds loolied ut him : nskance. Even bis own non. Bruce j Larnlgun. au unpaid and volunteer ns- j fllstaut la tho district attorney's ?ffl?c, ; shared the prevailing oplulou, ut least; to a- certain extent. Father and son werr talking. "Pvo no doubt th...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

pfiMJNA For over forty years it has been used as A TONIC AND STOMACH REM EDY. P?rima aids the ap petite and gives new life to digestion. . Be&r Thia in Mind. "I conaUjr Chamberlain's Couch He i..ed y by far the best medicine in the market for .tolda and croups," says Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many others are of the s'\me opinion. For sale by all dealers. COMB SAGE TEA IS HAIR TO en IT -. , .,. .. . --- Ifs Grandmother*! Recipe to] keep her Locks Dark, . Glossy, Thick. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur tor darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's treatment, and folks ere again using lt -to keep their hair u good, even color, which ls quito sensi ble, as we are living In an age when a youthful appearance Is of the great est advantage. ? Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome'task of gathering the sage and the . mussy, mixing at home. All drug stores aell the ready-to-UBe product called "Wyeth's ^Sage ; and Sulphur Compound" for about 60 ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 December 1915

FTr3 Gi TODAY usicalComedyCo. Presents "A FARCE COMEDY" MOVIES FOR TODAY "THE SUBSTITUTED MINISTER" Two Reel American Drama. "ALMOST A WIDOW" Beauty. BU0U THEAT TOD AY "THE LITTLE LADY ACROSS THE WAY" Two Reel Imp. "THEIR QUIET HONEYMOON" Comedy. "THE FROLIC OF THE MARIONETTE" Powers Vaudeville. . ? TODAY THE JACQUITH MUSICAL CO. 15 PEOPLE 4 REELS PICTURES Four Snows Daily--Two Matinees; Two Night Performances PRICES 10 AND 20 CENTS We Open at 2:30 P. M. "CABBAGE PLANTS" >Vo;hnyo now ten'rsiiillon cabbage plants on hand ready for shipment. Ou.r~plnnto \re grown closo to tho Son Coast, tn . tho'opon air, and our seed aro grown by tho very best seedsman on Lon'gv Island,-N. Y. ! ' We have the following -varieties: "THE EARLY JERSEY' WAKE FIELD," "THE CHARLESTON* WAKEFIELD," "THE SUCCESSION" and "FLAT DUTCH." >:_- _ . . , . "'Our prices arof In lots from 1 to G thousand?'$1,00 per thousand, !? thouoand and over 7<3CtB.: per thousand F. ?. II.'hero cash with order. .We" vvjll m...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

VOLUME n. ANDERSON, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1915. NUMBER 286. GRAVE DIP! SITUAI ? -.. NO DEVELOPMENTS YESTER DAY IN AFFAIR WITH AUSTRIA AMERICAN NOTE REACHED VIENNA Belief is Held That Solution Will Come Soon in Some Way. Washington, Doc. ll.-Whllo thero ate no developments today to alle viate . tGie grave diplomatic situation between tho United.. States and Aus tria, information that the American note on the .sinking.-of the Ancona ? reached the Vienna foreign office yes terday led to tho belief that . lhere would bo a definito solution, one way or the other, without more delay. A copy of the note Was'given to Baron Zwidlusk, Austrian charge, when he called at the state department today to discuss a letter ho had writ ten tho Austrian consul general at Now York, suggesting that passports bo purchased for tho Austrian reser vista then in tht United States. He explained .that vho letter waa written when Dr. Constantine Dut aba was In charge of tho Austrian embasy. It was ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

WANT ADVERTISING BATES Twenty-Ave words or leas, One Tune 26 cents. Three limes 60 cents, Six Times 11.00. All advertisement ovor twenty rive words prorata for each ad .iltlonal word. Rates on 1,000 words to be used In a mon tb made on application No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash In ad rune? If your name appears in the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad to 321 and a bill will bo mailed after Ito in sertion tor prompt payment LOST RUNAWAY--Kay mare, branded on BhouMer and n'p. Weight about 700 .pounds. I'lione Xo. ll. J. A. Mc Brcaty Stable. Pelzer, S. C. 12-12-31. STRAYED OR STOLEN-From my residence in North Anderson one ' black and whlto English setter. Had on now collnr with six brasa studs. Howard for return or infor mation leading to rocovery. H. B. Fitzgerald. 12-11-31. FOR SALE FOR SALE-iSlx room houso and 2 1-2 acre lot on P. & N. road about two miles cast of town. Call at DivvorB Tin Shop. 12-113tp. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For farm, ono e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

Post?Ts Elegant Flour -For ?hAlmas Cake Baking. The Whitest Flour Made From Wheat #j None Just Sp Good I Cake can be no better than the flour from which it is made. You can readily see that the success of cake baking depends on the kind of flour that you use. 48 lbs POsteli's Elegant Flour..$&20 24 Iba P?stell's Elegant Flour.....-...y..-,.. ;....$1.10 COLONIAL rXpUR Not FANCY Patent-but-SUPERLATIVE Patent. Thia flour is; made from the finest soft Winter Wheat, and it is so milled that it eon tains all tho 'nutriment of the grain. Tlie best air round flour that we have, ever sold for all baking purposes. Don't you Uko to eat nutty wheat biscuit-the kind, when you eat one, you want another one? That's tho kind Colonial Flour makes. , 48 lbs . Colonial,Flour..?IV...i......?LS5 SNOW DRIFT FLOUR This is a high Patent Flour-the kind that appeals to the man that wants "nest to the. very best"-the every day . living flour. We are going to Bell this flour ut less than car lot prices-and...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTA BU HUED I860. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer ut MO Weat Whittier Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN... .Editor and Manager Entered ns second-class matter April 2X, 1914, ot tho post offlco at Anderson, South Carolina, under thu Act of March :i, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES i 'Xelcphono.321 SUBSCRIPTION HATES DAILY One Year.$5.00 I Six Months. 2.D0 Three Months. L2B One Month.42 One Weok. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year.|i.50j Six Months.76 The Intelligencer ?B delivered by carriers in tho city. Look at the printed label on your J paper. Tho dato thereon shows whon tho subscription expires. Notice date end label carefully, and if not correct plcaso notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state in their communication both Gio old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints or non-delivery in tho city I of An...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

INAN?ERS GOVERNMENT RECORD ! BLANKS HAVE KEPT SUC CESSFULLY REALIZED $808 FROM TEN ACRES! One Man Made 13 Bales on IO] Acres-Another 21 Bales on 18 Acres. :'' Exceptionally good yields of cotton have been inado In Anderson this year as are shown by some reports now In the hands of Mr. S. M. Pyara, | farm d?monstration agent of Ander son county. .Mr. ByaTs furnished a number of farmers in,?Jip county with.' tho government's cost crop records, which enables them to es'lmats oxacL ly what a crop costs them, and ?onie o! these have boon successfully used. These binnies have spaces fer caca day's IP uar, co^t cf hand, mules, fer tilleer, harvesting, tte. IS Huies Cotton Ten AcreN. -J One of tho best-yields of cotton yet known In the county is that mado thia year hy Mr, T. C. Poore gf near j Belton, lie having maie 6,818 pound3 Of lint, nearly 13 1-2 bale3, on a field containing 10 icres. At the price of 12 cents per pound-ho received ap proximately ISIS for this crop, not counting ll i? ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

THE NEW FABLE OF THE HONEY. MOON THAT TRIED TO COMB BACK. Onco Ibero was an undivorced Couple tbat would get up every G. M. and put on the five-ounce Mitta and walt for tho Sound of tho Gong. "??nh was working for tho Charoricn ahlp of tho Flat and proved to bis a Glutton for Punishment. I Every time ho landed a crashing I Hay-Maker on her Family History ?he countered with a short-arm Jolt on his Personal Appearance. j Both would retiro to tho Corners breathing heavily, but still full of Combat. : Ho loved to start out tho Day by :finding in tho Poper what a Professor 'connected with the University of Chi cago had said about tho American Woman being a vain and Bhallow Par .Musite with a Cerebrum about tho sizo of an?Bngllsh Walnut. 8ho would reta Hate by reading aloud a Special in regard to a Husband go ing after Wife with Ax, while under ,tho Influence of Liquor. I After whi:h, for IC or 20 minutes, the Dining Room would bo just aa peaceful and quiet as a Camorra Trial, j Sometimes...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

N ISLAND of fragrant spices, a land of enchantment that fulfills the romantic dreams of youth, a veritable paradise of emerald verdure, bordered by tho sheen waters of a tropical sea that is Ceylon. And of Colombo, What can be said? lt is there that tho world travelers from the four winds meet; it is there that one hears the languages of almost every land in 'ho two hemispheres spoken, wrltos W. D. Hornaday in Grit In no city of the world is there to be found day by dav a more cosmopoli tan transient population than In Col ombo, lt ls a port of call for many . steamships that ply regularly between points in the far East and Europe, and between; Australia, New Zealand and Europe. It is there one meets elephant and tiger hunters ot India, tea plant ers, spice buyers, officers of the army and navy of. many nations, wool buy ers who pass to and fro between England, Franco abd the far-off lands oE Australia and New Zealand. The island kings-the cocoanut princes from the , coral dots of t...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

IF IS R. LIZER The indications are that Fertilizer will be higher next Spring than it is now. It will not be any cheaper. We have some for sale now and suggest that you come to see us be fore Christmas. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co. Anderson, S. C. pecially Reduced Prices For the Holidays On Canned and Bottled Goods Regular Price Catchup ..'.25c. ?sparugUH.30c Catchup..'.15c Chile Sauce.25c Libby's .Sour PlokloB.30c Sour Spiced Lilly Hot....10c Sour Spiced Lilly Hot.25o .Sour Mlsed Pickles ............2Go Fani;y Stuffed or Plain Olives..".25c Libby'n Preserved Strawberries.25c yHid Monte I'.ra nd ABparaguB.,.30c White Roso Salad Dressing....,.10c Libby's-Pure Apple Jolly.10c 'KShg'p Puro Fruit Jam.,.loo Holly . Brand Desert Peaches.i!5e ' No. 3 String Benns.;._10c frisco ...25c Morriu & 'Ob's. Cooked Brains.. ;..-...'.. .?Oe Reduced Price 20c li for 35c 10c 20c 20c 2 for 16c 20c 2 for 35c 2 for 25c 20c 20c 2 for lf.u 2 for 15c 2 for 15c 20c 2 for 15c 20c ldc See Us for All Yo...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

VOLUME n. ANDERSON, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1915. NUMBER 286. MANY PROMIN APPEARED AT GRi Washington, Dec, ll-'Peace and preparedness ad vocales' alike came in .for a laking fire of Jest at the Win ter dinner of the Gridiron club to night. At the close the preparedness ranks appeared the stronger, but theil- casualties from verbal shrapnel were almost as iicavy as those .of the pacifists. President Wilson, Vice President Marshall, members of the.cabinet, sen ators, representatives and mon promi nent in nubile life from many parts of ?the couutry were among the club's guests. The chorus of the song in troducing the Pr?sidait follows: . We take our stand back of you. Mr. . . Wilson, Strength to your arm wo give; You're the- leader of all, We Tespond to your call, Wo will steift} firm with you for the red, white.-and blue.' . No party or faction divides us in ;. twain We're just plain Americans, proud of the name;. . _ Let tho world realizo Naught cai?, sever our t'63? We t...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

mmm ..:!!!?!':!i!!?l!!?!!!!!! ?""iiilly j I g For the Home " .? - ? 'ft: Vs Making Tolly's Your Gift Store Means a Merry Christmas for Everyone ..?'. *. -. Such gifts so useful and ornamental would be much appreciated by all the family and admired by everyone. If you make your selection here' your choice is from the largest furniture store in the two Carolinas, and the most beautiful line we .ave ever carried. ? From a single pieos of furniture to the complete furnishing of a home, Tolly's is the place. We have the stock, and our prices can't be beat. Don't give something frivolous, when the home needs pieces of nice furniture that will serve to remind the entire family of your love .and thoughtfulness for many years to come. BED ROOM SUITS Bed room suits in any and every finish, and at . any price you wish to. pay. We have some bed room suits as low as $11.00, and from that on up as high as you wish to pay. DINING ROOM SUITS Complete ten piece^Dining room suits in every wood and fi...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

-COLUMN S WAST AOtEBTISlNG KATES T vye a ty-Ovo wo rda or lesa, .Ooo Time 25 o&nts, Throe T'mee 60 cents, Six TJmeo $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each ad ditional word Rates on 1,000 word? tb bemused In a month toado on. application. Ho advertisement taken . for le?b than a? cento,, cash In ad ?ance. It your name appears tn the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad to U?rand a bill will be malled after its in sertion for prompt payment. LOST -o RUNAWAY-Soy marc, branded on ehcuMer and hip. Weight about 70? pounds. Phono No. ll,'J. A. Mc Breaty Stable, Pelzer, S. C. .12->12-3t.,.'y.. : STBAYED OR STOLENr-From my I residence in North Anderson one| black and white English setter. Had on new collar with six brass studs. Reward for rotura or infor mation lending to recovery. H. B. Fitzgerald. 12-ll-3t. A'X ff FOB SALE-iSix room house and 2 1-21 acre lot on P..& NV. road about two miles east of town. Call at Di wera-j Tin Shop. 'j 12-...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

Thc New Fable of thc Through Train, thc Tw9 Pacccngcra and Nuthinp. Doing In tho Way of Trancfcro. Two High Behool Heliotropes named Lib and Anglo were very Thick. They hod themselves photographed with their Heads together und used to Dab themselves with the samo Piece of Chamois. Whenever Lib got a new Patch for her Silk Crazy Quilt she would divido with Anglo on a GO-50 Basis. And whenever Angie got ready to sleep on a Pioco of Wedding Cake she would ptach out a good r>'sable Hunk for Lip. Each Girl kept a Nightie ut tho Other Girl's I loane and, long after they had retired,.the Inmates would hear smothered Giggles, interspersed with Fragmenta of what He said to Her and what Sho said to Him. Tho Period of their Adolescence wae about ?O years ago, when Ro maneo was ctlli alive and Knighthood v.'aa in Flower around every Dancing Acndomy West of Pittsburgh. Tho two Chu nw had mado a Pact. They -.vero lo bo/Frlends forever and evor and over nn'd neither waa to hold out nnythlng fro...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

v 3& Tomorrow morning, we will formally declare TOYLAND open, and most cordially do we invite you and yours to inspect the great array of Toys, Dolls, Games, etc., etc., which we have prepared for the delight of young and old. ' _ j On Toylanrl's broad streete wonderful vehicles glid swiftly-regardless of traffic squads. Whizzing past till one fairly grows dizzy are engines and trains that almost leave their tracks, so rapidly do their tiny wheels revolve. Prancing steeds invite the equestrian to ride if horsemanship is among' his hobbies, and for the commercialy inclined youngster there are delivery ; v/agons'vVfith,merchandise. ! '; . ? n Here's a Dandy JPreseint This toy is all steel, handsomely finished, has two to three times as many parts as any other similar toy, and builds twice as many models. Drop in and see it. We have them at all prices. ERECTOR Builds such things as Battleships, Torpedo Boats, Row Boats, Derricks,/ ; Cranes, the differentials and three speeds of an ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 December 1915

YUAN SH! KAI MADE EMPEJjHF CHINA Poking, Der:, ll.-Yuan Bbl Kui, president of th? Chinese republic 1?UB accepted the throne of China tendered ' bini by the council of state. Long before Yuan Shl-ltal was wide ly known abroad he had been accept^, ed by thc Munclius, tho Chinese anj the foreigners In China us a coming man. Boni in 1869, tho son of ?1 district governor In thp province of liomin, Yman Shl-kai aspired to au official position, bul tho rule was that offi cial lifo was open only to tbo.se who poseed in ancient classics. Yuan uUer'y failed in one or those gov ernment tests at which thousands of aspirants are closeted for three days. Ho went into Korea as a secre tary with tho army, and there rose rapidly through his display of mili tary and diplomatic ability. Thc fa mous Grand Chane"1'or Li Hung chang recognized in aim a man of action und r noln' "d him Chinese Teslde-nt nt Seoul. This WBB the highebt post in the empire and Yuan held it when he was only 20 years old. Whon t...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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