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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

E.PrnUJP5 ( Novelized from the Photo Play of the Bni Film Manufaet 8YNOP8I8. Ranford Quest, master criminologist ot the world, finds that tn bringing to Jus tice Macdoiignl. tho murderer of Cord Ashleigh's duughter. he has but just en tered a life-and-death contest with a mys terious master criminal. Kngaged by Pro fessor Ashleigh, I.ord Ashleigh's brother, to recover the stolen skeleton of an an thropoid ope. hurried to Mrs Rheinholdt's reception, where her diamonds ?lave been torn from her throat by a pnlr of hands without arms or body, A black box Inter appears from nowhere tn his rooniH and u not? contained In lt. signed by the arm less hands, sarcastically suggests that the Rheinholdt diamonds and the skeleton may be bidder, together. While t.aura. Quest's secretary, shadows Craig, the pro fessor's valet. Quest and Ixsnora. his as sistant, find tho skeleton In a hut In the professor's garden, and discover there nn Inhuman creature, half monkey and halt man. As the professor exp...

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. — 6 May 1915

Palmetto Today's Program Dave Newmans Musical Comedy Co.WfillPresent 'Two Gay Old Sports A Rip Roaring Farce Movies for Today "THE CYCLE OF HATRED" (Thanh*! cr Two Reel Drama "MR. DRCPPINGTONS DEED" Keystone Comedy Wc will continue running the ?and Col orcd Slides of the Willard-John ion Fight between all shows for the halal ce of the week. These are well worth see ftg* N. B. Beginning today, we will c zn ? 3:30 P. M., having only one show in thc afternoon. We will bc cloted from 6:15 to 7:30 for Supper from now c i through the Slimmer. This will give us an opportunity to disinfect, ventilate, ad and purify the air of thc thea rc before the night performance. Bi j o u~ T heatre "THE BLACK BOX" Episod > No. 4 A two reel drama by Phillips Oppei heirn.' $ . "GRAND OPENING OF WORL VS ONLY MOVIE CITY" Victo* I Iiis city will he visited by thousands of peop e on their way to the exposition. "WHEN THEIR WIVES JOINED THE REG IMENT" Joker A groat comedy. AU (Oldest lickels will be honored...

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. — 7 May 1915

WEATHER FORECAST Fair today; gent?o to mod?rate south to southwest winds. The COTTON MARKET U>eal Spots.9 1-2 c VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY, MORNING MAY 4,1915. NUMBER 96. UEKMANS I EFFORTS RU SSI HOPE TO FORCE RUSSIANS ENTIRELY OUT OF CAR PATHIAN PASSES AUSTRIANS CLAIM 50,000 PRISONERS Engaged With RUM ians Through out Practically Full Length of Front, London. May 7.-The Germans and Auutrlaus are nutting forth effort?, tho extent of which have never been ap proached in the history of the war. Throughout virtually the entire length of the western front they are engaged with the Russians. In the west in addition to their attacks around Ypres the Germana are on tho offensive at many points, being at tacked at other points by the French. British and Belgians. In the Rus sian Baltic provinces, heretofore un touched by war, the Germans are at tempting to advance. In western Gal l?la they are attempting wiUi all their tttrength to smash the Russian flank and compel the Russians t...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1915

SLOB MEN HELD SPLENDID MEETING SMOKER LAST NIGHT AT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MOST ENJOYABLE GOOD SPEECHES Pertaining to Advertising Were Made by Several Local Busi ness Men. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Anderson Ad Cluh was held last night at th?* rooniH of the chamber of com merce. The.meeting was in thc form of a smoker. The refreshments for the occasion ?were furnished by Mr. Gus AntOnakoB and u substantial re past was served. Speeches were made by everal mcm bcra of thc club. Among the most enjoyable of these addresses were those made by Mr. Eugene lirowu of the Andorson Cash Grocery Company, bis subject being, "Who Pays tor Ad vertising?" He made an excellent talk on this subject, and thoroughly convinced the members assembled that successful advertisement was not paid for by any one person, but was ac investment which pays dividends. Mr. J. J. Mullan, a comparative er to most of thc members of Club, made a short talk and de some of hlB experiences singe hps been In Anderson. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1915

Beautiful Shirt . Waists On Sale This 'Morning V In Voiles. Rice Cloth, Organdy, Lawns, etc., at a special price jof only $1.00 each We are qwte sure y cull say they are thebest you've ever seen fer the price . : Only six dozen in the lot so hs well for you to he in a hurry :. : ; : Moore-Wilson Co* I ll I ? We are sole agents for Spalding's Tennis and Sase Ball goods. > (See Window.) ^ ? fi * ' ? '. .* " Kl ; - -V h * *. "* foat'sBookStore A Big Feature of Cha uta Ttt?o Great Lecturt DR. CHARLES E. j Who w?s physical adviser to' Pres dunng Ki? administration in "W TB?RD DAY OF Tiffi CHADTA?Q Meneling Lecture on "Happing of health giving physical exercises. ^hautapqua Week May ! MUS. W. A. BUDGEN8, Paoae ?7. Willie Cann has gone to At lanta to ?pend a month with her sis ter, Mrs. M. L. Lowe. Miss Florence Harris of Belton is visiting friends here. Primary Phllathea. The Primary Phllathea class will meet thia afternoon at four o'clock .with Miss Catherine Griman on South Main stre...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1915

HE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860. Published every morning except ?lay by The Anderson Intelllgcn ?r at HO West Whitner Street, An arson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays Entered aa second-class matter April 28. 1914. at the post office at Anderson, 8outh Carolina, under the .Act ot March 3, 1879. ___._ ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone .321 :-:-? SUBSCRIPTION RATES DAILY Ono Year .$5.oo Six Months.2.G0 Three Months . 1.25 One tMtonth.42 One Week .10 I SEMI-WEEKLY : Ono Year .SI.co . EU Months.7 G The Intelligencer .is delivered by carriers In the city. " Look at tho {printed label on your Paper. The date thereon shows when e subscription expires. Notice date r on label carefully, and if not correct 1 please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of nptaf^tpor changed, will please state '"UP/ "TO- their communication both the old ' and new addresses. To Insure prompt silvery, com %. plaints of non-delivery in the city * of Anderson shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1915

25 Pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1.60 OUR QUIT SALE IS ANDERSON'S POPU LAP. TRADING RESORT Dry Goods Lese Than Cost All classes, all conditions-, the shoppers with the big fat purse and bank account, the hireling, the tenant, the cropper, the landlord, the farmer and professional man, all with an eye to saving appreciate the opportunity presented by this sale Fancy Patent Flour $7.75 OSB TOMORROW A MONEY SAVING DAY ORNE & PEARSON We Are Going To Quit Shoes Less Than Cost Wedding Fresents for the June Bride We have a very largo assort ment of everything pretty, and serviceable that you would expect to lind at a first class jewelers, suitable for wedding presents. Drop in and let us show them to you. It will afford us great pleasure, whether you purchase or not. Lesa! Notices Columbia. March 13. 1915. Mr. WlnBton Smith .County Auditor. Anderson, S. C. Dear Sir: The State tax commis sion of the State of South Carolina lias seht me the following communi cation' relative to the e...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1915

Today CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN *? LOLA" A 5 Part Worlds Feature This actress will be remembered as playing the leading part in "My Official Wife." ADMISSION S and 1 O c We Close for Supper at 6:15 Automobile Takes P CARS WILL ASSEMBLE AT MAIN AND RIVER STREETS 5. P. M. TICKET SALES HAVE REACHED 906 Admission to Alice Neilsen Night .Not Guaranteed Unless Sea son Tickets Held. Thf MK Itcdpath ClinutaiMiiia tent will K<> up tomorrow. lt will arrive here tonight. Tho parado will take place thlii afternoon at .'i o'clock promptly. Nine hundred nix persons have purchased and paid for tickets. The chautauqua I? already guaran teed a larger and bigger and better HUCO'BH than hint year. The sale :if tickets promises t?i be a record break er for A II der son. Tho central chau tauqua committee now estimates a salo of not loss than. 1,200 tickets. ThI? far exceeds last year's sale. niched Tomorrow. ^ D. K. Thomas, who will bu superin tendent nf ;!)<. chautauqua, will arrive ti lu Anderso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 May 1915

CHITON MAUkKT Local ?tyotB .. . . ..9 l-4c VOLUME ll. ANDERSON, S. C. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 8 , 1915. NUMBER 100 MORE THAN TWO THOUS AND PERSONS ABOARD WHEN SUNK NUMBER RESCUED STILL UNKNOWN Steward Says Steamer Waa Given No Warning-Believes 900 or More Are Lost. h\ noon, May . 7.-The Cunard steamer Lusitania which left New York Saturday with more than two thousand aboard was siiuk this afternoon off the Irish coast by German submarines, which Hred two torpedoes. The number rescued ls unknown. Not more than live to six hundred Were unaccounted for ut mid night. The ship's ' steward, who landed at Queenstown, said he' believed nine hundred an dead. Seme dead and wounded were landed and some died since lund In?.. No mimes of rescued, dead and Injured are known. The Cunard office closed at eleven - o'clock and remains closed until morning. Nothing is expected to Ight from Ll ver j Aol. Up to eleven thirty tonight no of ficial news regarding the passengers and crew of the Lusitania has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 May 1915

Yesterday's Good Rain Enabled Us To Re-Ar range Our Stock Today We'll Be Better Prepared To Serve You. You'll lind many unusual and interesting bargains in Millinery and Peady-to-Wear. Many new things just opened up I<T these depart ments. Specials on Trimmed and Untrimmed Hals. Ptetty Shirt Waists, - - - $1.00 Linen Skirts with "Suspenders" $2.00 Coat Suits 1-4 Off The New SUMMERY DRESSES are just as pretty as you'd care to wear-thc prices are not much. MOORE-WILSON CO "The Daylight Store." WEALTH OF EARTH COMESM EARTH Great Fortunes of America's Wealthiest Men Made in Real Estate. Are you aware ot tho tact that all the wealth ot the earth must come troto the earth? Po you also knov i u the Immense wealth of the Mack . .. tho Floods. th?' Asters, the Vanderbllts, and the Letters was first founded on real ft estate? A'S a few cases, among tho Immense "?j ly wealthy families named above ?T Where gold and silver mines played a big part in the beginning; that the real fortunes which...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 May 1915

T??cstonc TIRES They are the tires that carry you longest, far therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and fewest stops on the way. ? For Sale By $ Todd Auto Shop Spend your money at home. Buy South Car olina custom hand made harness, bridles, etc., at factory prices. A trial order will prove our as sertion. We buy hides and tallow at highest prices. Write us your wants and offerings. WILSE W. MARTIN Columbia, 8. C. ?BSrVVING HABIT During the past live, ten or more years, how much have YOU saved as a reserve to be drawn upon in the later and more nev *y period of your life? The SAVING HABIT is very important for you to have in p -eparing for the time when you may not bc in health, strength and energy that is yours today. Why not start that Savings account TODAY? We pay interest on deposits. Peoples Bank of Anderson Do You Raise Chickens If so, here's the place to get 7 ir feed. Wo carry the fall Cypher's Hue -Laying Mash, Scratch Peed, Short Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 May 1915

, PLLIGENCER y USB KP imo. "/every morning except y he Anderson Intelligent ?Neat Whltner Street, An ?EKLY INTELLIGENCER ntl Tuesdays and Fridays 1 aa second-clans matter , 1914, at i'iv post office at ,, Houth Carolina, under tuc arch 3, 1879. TED PRESS DISPATCHES .321 ^BIPTION RATES Yest DAILY Re-, ,$r?.<io , 2.50 . 1.2G . .42 . .10 ^MI-WEE _LY Today ,$1.60 . .75 jligencer is delivered by You'll -bo city. Abo printed label on your Ready-tGo date thereon shown when 'ptim expires. Not lee date merits. re/ully. and if not correct ' us at once. -- a desiring t? o address of /Jrmangod, will pieuse state umunicatlon both the old _ ?fd reason Jjti prompt delivery, com /non-delivery In thc city yin should be made to the ?Uo? ' D?partaient before 9 a. m. copy will be sen', at once, checks und drafts should bc T to Tho Anderson Intelligencer. ADVERTISING fla "? bo furnished on appllca ^HBL/if advortlslng discontint J ox ?^H^K.on written order. ?Vr^ ?Lt Intelligencer will publish brlet jK...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 May 1915

ii in 'i ir - ? i . , i li m ?' rVirt-r i . i il i r ! ? i i" i ? T. ? . f HOME OF VOWR^^^B ^^ZLOWN is A HOME iNoe-eo ^ lj? It Surprised 5|| Ife Himself! jj J jstfiyijQhN UNLEY?f^^r*?"?? ?,UNLU'^?McL,-* ^ . . . , . IjigHf One young man who bought a lot in > SSF** North Anderson last fall, paying $ 10.00 down and $ i 0.00 a month, was very much surprised a few days ago to know what a substantial amount he had al ready saved. And He Said He really didn't miss the $10.00. ~ * Now, practically every young man in Anderson can buy a lot, and later build a home in this way. How About You! c. ?'- COOPER',- . Fresh Shipment of Florida Vegetables Extra fine Smooth Tomatoes, lb. .'. . .12 l-2c Snap Beans, the best quality, per lb .... .10c New irish Potatoes, lb.: .Se Be tis, 3 for.'..''.10c Squash, lb_. .. ...7c Egg Plants, for. .'I'S* New Cabbage, lb. ,. ... . .4 l-2c Onions, bunch.'.Sc California Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs for.25c Prunes, fat and waxy, 2 lbs for ...... .. .. . .25c 3 Cans...

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. — 8 May 1915

Today BRONCHO BILLY IN "ONE WONDERFUL NIGHT" 4 Reel Special. OUR THEATRE WILL BE CLOSED DURING CHAUTAUQUA WEEK, MAY 10THTO17TH ADMISSION 3 and 1 O c Palmetto Theatre Today's Program Dave Newman's Musical Comedy Co. Will Present "In Sunny Africa" Movies for Today "THE ROUGHNECK"-Two Reel K. B. Drama. "THE RENT JUMPERS"-Keystone Komedy. Wc will continue running thc Hand Colored Slides of the W?lard-Johnaon Fight between all shows for thc balance of thc week. These are well worth seeing. N. B. Beginning today, we will open at 3:30 P. M., having only one show in the afternoon. We will be closed from 6:15 to 7:30 for Supper from now on through thc Summer. This will give us an opportunity to disinfect, ventilate, ad and purify the air of the theatre before the night performance. Bijou Theatre TODAY'S PROGRAM "IN DEFIANCE OF THE LAW"-Selig A sensational three reel feature. "THE DOORWAY OF DESTRUCTION" -Bison A thrilling two part picture with Francis Ford. "THE WAY HE WON THE WIDOW" Joker A...

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. — 9 May 1915

Tlae 3lntElliggncEf VOLUME H. . _ ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1915. NUMBER 101. ^ ? ? ? 1,198 SOULS WEP LOSS OF AMERII LITTLE HOPE THAT ANY MORE SURVIVORS WILL BE FOUND, AMERICANS LOST LESS THAN SEVENTY OF HUNDRED AND NINETY AMERICAN PASSENGERS WERE SAV?D?HOSPITALS AND MORGUE OVERCROWDED SUBMARINE U-39 TORPEDOED LINER Noticeable That Only Small Portion of First Cabin Passengers Wer^ Saved?Showed Great Self Possession in Face of Death?Wo men and Children Given First Consideration?Body of Charles Frohman Recovered?Alfred G. Vandcrbilt, Charles Klein and Elbert Hubbard Among Missing. London, May 8.?The latest estimate of lives lost as a result of the tor pedoing of the ?unard liner Lusiuinia by a German submarine off the Irish coast yesterday, is 1,198. It is believed almost all survivors have been landed. There is little hopo of saving any other passengers ullve. Many of the dead are women. Queenstown dispatches relate the bringing In of many women, many of whom are unident...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

The Big Should Con First Cosi FORMER PRESIDENT BIR . MINGHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BELIEVES BRICK THE CHEAPEST At First Appears to be the Most Expensive But There Are Sev eral Things to Consider. "In computing the real cost of a psvement. it Is of vital Importance both to the city paving commission and the property owners and citi zens that the price bid be not consid ered the sole criterion," said John W. Sibley, secretary and treasurer of the Southern Paving Brick Manufac turers' association, who is a guest at Hotel Chlquola and VtsltlQS Anderson In the Interests of brick for the pro posed contracta to be bid upon next Tuesday. Mr. Sibley is a resident of Birmingham, Ala., and was president of th? chamber of commerce of that city In 1912, and has been engaged In the brick business for 25 years, both In the-paving and building and face brink branches of the industry. He haa served as treasurer of the Na tional Brick Manufacturers associa tion for 20 years, so feels that he can speak ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

We were entirely too busy yesterday to pre pare an ad for Monday's Trading; but herewith we quote a few Specials that will more than pay you for your time. There are a great many Specials on sale Monday that are not advertised. Mermen's Talcum Powder, 1 f\ Monday.IUC Beautiful line Printed Organdies, Voiles and Crepes, ^ g\' values 15c, Monday.IUC New line Ladies Waists in Wash Silks, Voiles and Crepe An de Chines, values up to $1.50, Monday.t/OC New line Childrcns, Misses and Junior Dresses in White Lawns, Poplins, Ginghams Crepes, etc., AQ^ to d*C i^Oi ranging in price from.T?C New Corset Covers, well made, daintily trimmed, 0^.^% values 35c, Monday.?HrC Ladies Muslin Gowns, full size, neatly trimmed, value OA 5oc, Monday . . . .wi/C Crystal Sheets, 7 2x()o, seamless, extra heavy, sold AjQk^ regularly for 65c, Monday.T"?/C New lines I.adi>s Muslin Drawers, good quality, veil Oy^-* made, neatly trimmed, Monday... . . wTrC Childrcns Rompers, made of best quality Gingham, our Qf| ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISH KI? lH?l). >>. ' Published every morning exeept Monday i>y The Anderson Intelligen cer at Ho West Whitncr Street, An deraon, 8. C. SEM I-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays und Fridays Entored as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the poBt office all Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED 1'RESS DISPATCHES | Telephone.821 SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY One Year .Sfi.oo Six Months . 2.50 Three Months . 1.2S Ono Month .4: One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1 ii't Six Months .7fi Thu Intelligencer Is delivered by carriers in tho city. Look at the pointed label on your | paper. The date thereon shows when tho subscription expires. Notice dato I on label carefully, and If not correct pier so notify us ut once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please Btate In their communication both the old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, torn plaints of non-delivery In the city of Anderson sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

THIS WEEK AT THE PALMETTO _ * _ Crawford & Humphrey's Bon-Ton Musical Comedy Company FEATURING "WHITE OAK QUARTETTE The* Greatest Quartette Playing Throughout the South. CHANGE OF BILL DAILY Movies Fop Monday: "HIS BACHELOR'S DINNER"?Reliance. "A TOUCH OF LOVE"?American. "A DOUBLE EXPOSURE"?Thanhouser. i This show this week is a Guatanteed At traction--Your money back if you want it We will be closed from 6:15 to 7:30 for Supper from now on through the Summer. This will give us ah opportunity to disinfect, venti late, and purify the air of the theatre before the night performance * paramount fife * 4 SPECIALS . FOR THIS WEEK * furafnoi "SHADOWS OF DOUBT"?Pathe 3 Reel 1 "PATHE NEWS" "PATHE CARTOON COMEDY" Elsie Jania In "The Caprices of Kitty" Four reels. Written by Elsie Jams Selected from the General Film Co. "Pathe News" "The New Exploits of "Pathe Cartoon Con Friday The Paramount 5 Reel Sj "Sunshine Molly Featuring Lois Weber and PhOU = Specially Selected Program From the Ge ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

WOMEN TAKE PLAGES OF MEN IN ENGLAND Government Urges Their Substi tution Where Men Are Avail able for Army. London, Miay 7.?All departmektt? of the British government service are officially thrown open to women for the first time in n circular issued by the cabinet through the board trade. The circular urges all gov ernment departments to replace, wherever possible, men employes mi military age with women, and offers to obtain suitable women substitutes for various clerical ami other posi tions, through the government labor exchanges. The circular follows up a recenl War office statement appealing for the release of more government employes for the front. In this statement Lord Kitchener was quoted: "I confidently look to the heads of departments 10 arrange by filming suitable substi tutes, for the necessary permission to be given freely to their subordinates who are prepared to joint the col ors." The board of trade's circular points out that "a large number of women clerks have re...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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