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In spite of the fact that our sieit-r u*
public in Europe is holding her wonderful
exposition and that thousands of Ameri
cans are daily fl<x kinfi abroad, more Sa
vannahians than usual seem to be prepar
ing to spend the summer In the immediate
vicinity of their own homes, and the
neighboring resorts ar rapidly becoming
crowded. The Isle of Hope seems partic
ularly popular this reason. The ride
thither in the trolley through green lane
bordered by thick woods is very beauti
ful. especially new that the magnolias
ere in blossom and the air is filled .with
the perfume of ihe grapevine. The place
Itself is x edingly pretty, forming, as
it does, a horseshoe curve with the silt
water end marshes in front and the forest
trees reaching almost to the rear of the
house*. Some of those summering there
are Mr*. Cecil Gabbett and family, who
have taken the home of Mr. C. If. Dorsett.
Mr. ajid Mrs. J. A. G Carson and
sens, expect to move out Saturday to
occupy the Demon place fit the south end
of the curve. Col. and Mr*. J. H K-uill
ore already installed in their delightful
home. Wimberley, at the north end. This
place is rendered doubly attractive by its
position in the bend of the river, and much
has been done to enhance its natural
charms. Mr. James Sullivan*? homo is
now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis
and family, and Rev and Mrs. Scully have
taken Mr. Cooper's house. The home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Canri has been rented
by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis. Mr. and
Mrs. W. Tronholm Hopkins are at Mr. C.
S. Hardee's lovely old place, where Mr.
and Mrs. George Cosens also expect to
l*e for month or two. Others who are
spending the summer at this pretty spot
arc Mr. and Mr>. John W. Fret well. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
C laence Hatch, Mr. and Mi* E, S. Abra
hams. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kulman. Miss Marvin
and Miss Jennie May, and Mr, and Mrs
Bet:. J. Apple.
At TVhi e Bluff, whi h is not quite so easy
of access. Mi. and Mrs. G. Horace Rems
hart and the Misses Itemshart are already
occupying their summer home, and Mr.
and Mrs. D. Y. Dancy and family will go
to theirs on Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Chis
holm has been joined by her sons. Dr.
Julian Chisholm, who arrived from Balti
more last week, and Mr. William Chis
Dr. and Mr*. Louis Falllgant and
family will be as usual at their Montgom
ery home, and Mr. and Mrs. George Mer
cer and children ore with Mr. and Mrs. J.
No matter what changes are made
from year to \ir. the seaside al
ways holds its own. and Tybee is as al
ways beloved of many Savannah people.
The season t the Tybee Hotel will soon
be in full swing a-nd the third of the
Thursday evening dances took place last
wueek and was largelv attended. Among
those at the hotel are Mrs. Aaron Feist
and children. Capt. Flannery and Mr. W.
M. Flannery, Mr . and Mrs. Raphael
Semmes. Mrs. Wright and family of Au
gusta, Mr, ahd Mr?. Louis M. IxHlardy
and children. Mr and Mrs. John Heard
Hi nter end Mrs. J. G. M I.ls. Mrs.
A. H. MucDonell and sons. Mr. and Mr*.
Julian Johnson and Mr. B. W.
Wrenn. Among those who will go down
during the week ar Mrs A. L. Well,
and Mrs. Jacob Uppman,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferst.
The Independent cottagers are. Mr and
Mrs. John ‘Bryan-. Dr. and Mrs. Dunn.
Mr and Mrs. Janus L. Farles. Jr.. Mr and
Mi* J. J. McDonough. Mr. and Mr*-'.
J. J. McDonough, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. O’Byrne. Mr. and Mrs. Willem
Kehoe. Mrs. W. J. Harty. Mr. and Mrs.
T A. Bryson. Mr. and Mrs R. P. Lovell,
and the Mrssng. Love 1. Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. S'Orer. and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Ccrish.
At Bluffton, are Mrs. J. A. Huger and
the Misse.i Lina and Emma Huger,
and Mr. William Henry Schley and
daughters. Mrs. W W. Owens expects to
oren her hour© July 1. and there is a
possibility also of Co’, and Mrs. William
Garrard’s spending the lumimr there.
wMle Mr. an 1 Mrs. Heyward Lynah will
go down. Ju y 1.
The frequenters of Wilmington Island
are only waiting for satisfactory ar
rangements to be made about the boa-?
before going down to their summer place.-.
Greater interest has never been felt In
the yacht race man was evidenced
Thursday and Friday by both Charleston
ians and Savannahians. The Yacht Club
was thronged with spectators, and the
river fron* v w simplj alive with smaller
craft filled ith ga> parties. Of course,
the inter*..' of all was centered on the
contest, between the “Maris” and ihe
"Drag.. > but all boats not in the race,
wcie 1 : y desire to “pass everything
in sigi Conspicuous for speed among
the launches Thursday, was the "Claude,"
which literally left behind everything that
would compete with her. Tine people it
the Ya nt Club house amused themselves
with dancing, and informal lunches and
suppers, while on the steamers following
the course, a kind of picnic atmosphere
prevailed Numbers also adjourned to
Bannon Lodge for* refreshment. The
presence of so many Charlestonians add*
?d greatly to the festivities. Some of the
i isitors were. Mrs. Raw tins Lowndes.
Mrs Mavo Read. Mrs. William Gaidar 1,
Miss Caroline Frost. Miss Virginia Braw
lev. Miss Florence Gadsden. Mist* Phoebe
Gadsden. Miss May Holmes. Miss Mary
Bryan, the Misses Barnwell, Miss Mein
Darby. Miss Kline Haskell, Miss Lizzie
Parker. Miss Lillian Heyward, Miss Har
riet Miss Emma McGnhan. Com
modore Hughes Capt. Wiimot Porchcr,
Mr John Ruvenel, Mr Henry Tinker.
Mr. John Marsh:* i. Mr Mix K. Bryan,
Mr. Robert French Mr. Alfred Calhoun,
Mr. Frank Bryan. Mr. 11 C. Ho ertsoi .
Mr. Alan Tucker Mr. Arthur Young. Mr.
Richard Smythe. Mr .1 M Roberson. M..
lar. K‘S Adupr. Mi l'.i'trM Porch,r, l)t
Prlcloau Wh.iliy. Mr. Richard Wh.il-.-,
Mr. Uourdin Uaillfird. .Mr c. N Bc-i
Mr. gtpphPii M.ucjuitiit. Mr John m
tl*!>y. Mr. C|ni|, 11 iiu* r. Mr. G 1,,-.,
lolmi .. M 'tiliam R : Ml Ju
Mitchell. Jr,, Dr. Edward Pnrkei
Mr Edmund Rh.-ti. Mr J mvs Cl, -m .
Mr I.Helen Melllnyer. Mr. P,. II .\j ar .
■hill. Mr. Homy Prliißlr, Mr Mini.:;
Jr.. Mr. I.oulj Simon,Mr Henry
A alkfi Mi. Deis ,r (.Jordon, Mr \Yt:: u..
‘I. Tu.krr, Mr. Bugenc- Jervcy, ui and Mr
A nutnl" r . f you* '.,' society people went
’own to Tybe Tmsdav evening for a
lanee at the Hotel ixvilFn, and a picnic
nipptr on th* beach. Mrs. J R. Mh shall,
Mk. Tracy Hunter, Mr. and Mrs hid war I
and Mir* Julia Owens hupr
•oiu-ci and among others In the i arty wer •
Ml s r.iffo.d A.i nnei lyn, Min* Rightoti
bet Rham. Mm ,leat U Haines, Mis*
ally He kcll, Mlts Parker of Charleston.
Mr. W illiam liarnwdl. Mr. Wlliiutn
Mmp on. Mr. Savage Lyttai, Mr Kdward
>em< re Mr. Udk oii West. Mr. Si war;
dliuks. Mr. Stc*U. Mr t'harles duMW
on, Mr D. C. Harrow Mr Ben Yun
isy, Mr. George Heyward, and Mi. Hugh
The marriage o( Mr. lwln 8. Obb and
Ml s Laura Sp< ncer Bake: will le among
tie Lite e-tng events rf ih; weee, and
vvi.l take plac- a* tie home of Mr and
Mrs Marcus Ste. h n Raker on Ogle
thorpe avenue, Tuesday evening. Mrs.
Cobb of Pa iucafi. Ky., Mrs. H dgson and
the Misses Hodgson cf Athens, Miss Har
per of Rome. Miss McDaniel of Hrning
liold. Mo. and Mies Coniff cf Jackson
ville wi 1 be among the h at the
w. J ling
A delightful little muslcaie was given
Friday at'te noon a the lore c f Mr. and
Mrs Geojge Sch L-y which was decorated
for the occasion with quantit ©s (f June
rose* and sweet peas. Mrs. hchley's little
scholars ware, the perfoimeis aid the fol
lowing- programme was r nil red:
“Lullabi ,(Kulross), Miss Mary Belle
“Sonatina,” (Beethoven), Miss Eleanor
"L’Egantln*.” (Ludovlc), Miss Inez
“Die Dorfschmitde,” (Heins), Mss Dor
“Billerat j," (LongO). Miss Clad a John
Due'. “Children’s Tea Party, ’ < Read),
Miss Harvle Hull and Mis* Dorothy
“Sr rug .Song.” (Mend l-sohnt. Miss
“Mazurka. ’ (Lir.chu rt, Miss Harvle
"Austrian Folk Sing." (Facher), Miss
"Martha,” (Sidney Smith), Miss Mai
“Yalse in D flat,’’ (Chopin), Miss Kath
An oral examLaM.it cf on** hundred
qu* atlons on musical subjects followed In
which the pupils show* and wonderful .apti
tude. Miss Itu z Tie ieman and M\*-k Har
vle Hull were both perfect, and tied for
the prize, "Pictures From Lives of Great
Composers," which was won by Mi s Inez
Tiedeman. The : rize for the best marks
daring the year, was awarded t) Mis*
Harvle Hull, and was a prettv copy of
"Shurrinn’s Scenes from Childhood.”
Among the gutsi* present w re Mrs.
Gsorgo Baldwin. Mrs C. M. Gilbert, Mis
G'crge W. Tiedeman. Mrs. Julian John
son. Mrs. F. C. Battey, Mrs. Rivets. Mrs.
A. B. Girardeau. Mrs. A. W. Carmich
ael. and Mrs. Shivers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Muir Lane. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bi llcgton. Mis. W. D. Pe r
Inc, Miss Eugt nia Johnston. Miss Edith
Johnston, Ms* Mary Clay. Mi s Eliza
beth Butler. Miss Annie But’er, Mr Hanc
kle cf Charleston, and Mr. Julian cle
Rruyn Kops, formed a pleasant party on
one of the steamers that followed the
A number of the Chari ston visitors who
were here for (he yacht races were enter
tained informally Friday evening ai the
Lome of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Haskell.
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Gibbes and daugh
ter will spend the next two w •• ks at Ho
Mias Nan dußignon will leave to-day to
visit friends In Connecticut.
Mr. J. A. Huger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
C. Harrison and Miss Clermont Huger
went to Bluffton yesterday and will
return this afternoon.
Mrs. H. D. Lattlmore, Dr. Ralston Lnt
timore, Mr. William Lattlmore, Miss Elise
Guerard and Mr. Sullivan Bond went
down to Darien during (he week to at
tend the La Ui more,-Bond wedding.
Mrs. John L. Hardee and Miss Helen
Hardee will leave during the week for
Highlands, N. C\, where they will spend
Mrs. Robert L. Mercer, Jr., returned
Thursday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Wylly In Brunswick.
Miss Martha Backus is visit ng relatives
in Columbus, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. £3 Id red Simkins spent sev
eral days at Tybee last week.
Mrs. E. E. Hardee and Miss Nelly Bald
win will leave this week for South Or
ange. N. J.. where they will be the guest*
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCoy.
Mr. Frank Screven arrived this morn
ing from Columbus to spend a day or two
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gordon, Jr.
Mrs. F. V. Walker returned yesterday
to her home in Bluffton. after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAlpin.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haskell are enter
taining the following young people ut
their home on State street: Miss Caro
line Williams, Miss Harriet Lesesne and
Miss Parker of Charleston, S. C. Mis*
Elise Haskell of Atlanta and Mr. George
Haskell of Macon.
Mrs. F. Lucas, who has been visiting
Judge and Mrs. Robert Falligant, will
leave next week for her home, Claren
don, in Bartow county.
Mrs. George Mills ha* returned from a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodge, in
Mrs. James T. Dent and the Misses
Dent will leave to-morrow for Brunswick,
where (hey go to attend the marriage of
Mr. Miller Nightingale and Miss Ethel
Downing, which will take place Tuesday
Lieut, and Mrs. Randolph Rklgley have
returned from a visit to relatives in Au
Mr. Malcolm Maclean left Friday for
New York to be absent a week or ten days.
Mr. Maclean will l> joined in New York
hv Miss Marian Maclean, Miss Alice
Dougan and Mr. Edward Maclean.
Dr. William Dancy will return next week
from Baltimore, where he has completed
his medical course at the John? Hopkins.
After spending o few weeks with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Y. Dancy, he will
accept a position at the Brooklyn Hospital
for two years.
Master George Tiedeman. Jr . spent last
week with his aunt, Mrs. J. B. West, at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitzsimmons of
Charleston wore the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Burdell during the week.
Mr. Porcher l’Erge! and ItttU Miss Na
dia rEngel of Ja<kso:i\i! were the
guest* of Mr. and M s. I>. Y. 1 a*ay dur
ing the wt ek.
Mr. J R. Chesnutt and Miss Constance
Chestnut havekone to Wilmington. X. C..
to visit relatives. Mis. Chestnut is spend
ing tt fev weeks with her mother near
Atlanta, after which she will go to North
Mrs. c. C. Schley has returned from a
visit of three weeks to Bluff ton, S. C.
Miss Sophie Albert of Chattanooga.
Term., is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Sloan at
Isle of Hope.
Miss Kwrgilino Bower of Bain bridge will
arrive r.cxt week to visit M ss Raymande
Mrs. J. R. Marshall Is visiting relatives
in Columbia. S. C.
Mrs. K. A. Well returned during the
weak from Atlanta, accompanied by her
daughter. Mrs. Hir.-sh.
The .V -s. Marjorie and Dorothy Work
man v.i ivt for rx.atur next week to
Mr. and Mrs. \Y. A. Ulsbee spent sev
■ ral a ys la 1 week with friends in Jack
Miss Cone> of Cordele Is expected tn
Savannah shortly to visit Miss Raymond*
Ml* ilaniK WlUtc, Mt*s Jennie While,
THE UCBNJU’G MEWS: SUNDAY. JUNE 10. IDOO.
Mrs. T. J Cummir.gs and Master Thomas
J. Cummin*?. Jr., have left the .ty *o .
spend the sunmcr .n Hendersonville, X
A pre’t> lome wedding was ceb-ara 1 * ,
Wednesday evening, the 6th instant, td
•he residence of Mr. and Mrs. La wren e
C. Burn. SOD Charlton street, west. v. h n
their laugh(er, Addle Viola, was married
to Mr. George Moessner. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. M. J Epting, pas
tor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The
parlors were beautifully decorated and
many friends were present to offer con
gratulations and good wishes to the young
Among the parties that followed the
yachts in their course Thursday was one
composed of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wiley John
son. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cunningham,
Jr.. Miss Woodb i lge. Miss dußignon and
Miss Sallie McAlpin. In another party
were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gabbett, Mrs.
Raymond Demcr*. Mrs. A. G. Guerard,
Mrs. John A. Caison and Mrs. H. G.
One of the largest parties on the Alpha
Thursday consisted of Mrs. Lewi* Has
kell. Miss Biise Haskell. Mbs Parker.
Miss Lesesne and Ms- Wiliams of
Charleston, Miss Clifford Munnerlyn, Miss
Belle Daniel. Miss Elizabeth Haskell and
Miss Sallie Haskell.
Miss Ellen Morel cloised her art school
last week with tin interesting xhibi-.ion
Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons,
showing the work • accomplish?d by her
pupils during the past year. The rooms
were prettily arranged with bamboo vine
and bowls of bright flowers, and the walls
were lined with interesting studies in
charcoal, |*ncil and oil. Alias Clifford
MunnerJyn’a drawings were much admir
ed, especially "The Slave.” The two
• harcoal drawings considered best were ,
the work of Miss Meta Thomas and Miss
Sally Haskell, while a study of vegeta
bles in oils by Mrs. George Perkins was
also very good. The best pencil draw- .
ings weie’ a noe, done Dy Nils Lane, i
and tin can and blocks by Mi s Lilah C;*t
michael. There was also good pencil
work done by Jack Myers, a cup and :
saucer; pen and Ink stand, by Miss Edith |
Wi.liam.*; apple* by Miss Mai Rivers; a
study of tire-crackers, by EdJi Prince;
bio k* and jar, Izlur Olivoros. i pitcher,
Ralph Bailey, and a can, Miss Fay Oem
lcr. Besides their pencil work. Eddie
Prince showed a very good copy of one
of Landseer’s dogs in charcoal, and Nils
Lane two pieces of still life. Altogether,
th** exhibition was an interesting one and
a number of sues'* were present.
Avery jolly party, who had a fish sup
per at Bannon Lodge Friday evening, was
composed of Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Read,
Mrs. Gaillard. Miss Virginia Brawicy,
Miss Mila Darby. Miss Caroline Frost.
Commodore Hughes, Mr. Julian Mitchell
of Charleston. Mr. (J. Nob! Jones and
Mr. William Haskell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hull. Jr., chaper
oned a delightful supper party at* Tybee
Thursday evening. Those present were
the Misses Hodgson of Athens, Miss Har
per of Rome, Miss McDaniel of Spring
held, Mo.. Miss Conniff of Jacksonville,
Mr. W. R. Gravener, Mr. Chilton Hous
toun, Mr. R. L. Rockwell and Mr. T. M.
A merry party that spent Tuesday
evening at Tybee was chaperoned by Mrs.
W. G. Cooper and was composed of Mis?
Lula Davis. Miss Efflc Bloodwotth, Miss
Bessie Cooper, Miss Edith Stillwell. Miss
Louise Waldhauer, Miss Josephine Cooper.
Miss Lucy Bioodworth, Mr. Percy Inab
nett, Mr. J. D. Woodrow. Mr. Sidney
Cooper, Mr. Harry Richardson. Mr.
Horace Stillwell. Mr. Charlton Barbour,
Mr. George Allen, Mr. William Baldwin,
and Mr. Driver. j
Mrs. J. J. Waring and All*? Minna War
ing have gone to Monterey on the Penn
sylvania mountains, where they will *!>end
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Shellman ate spend
ing a few weeks at Green Cove Springs.
Mrs. J. G. Van Matter left last week
for Tacoma, Wash., where she will spend
the summer with relatives.
Mr. George F. Tfnnille has returned
from East Orange. N. J.. where he ha*
been visiting friends.
Mrs. J. A. Crowther left yesterday for
Baltimore, from .where she will go iu Vir
ginia to visit relatives.
Air. Hauers, accompanied by his daugh
ters. Mis* Kate L. and Mis* Frieda
Hauers, will spend the next few weeks at
their home on Catherine’s Island.
Mr. end Mrs. Henry McAlpin and Alls*
Claudia McAlpin. will leave to-morrow
for Thousand Islands.
Mr. Lawrence Lee. who, since ho loft
New York, has boon visiting Mr. and Mr?.
Julian Hnrtridge at St. James. Md., ar
rived in Savannah during the week, but
left again Friday to visit Mr. Montague
Boyd in Oxford, Ga.
Mrs. Wylly Wood bridge. Mr*. Halier
sham and the Misses M iry, Joe and Mar
garet Vernon Stiles, left yesterday for
Miss Meta Fro*well lias returned from
Shorter College and is with her family
at the Isle of Hope.
Miss I>eiia Fret well hds returned from
visiting friends in Forsyth.
Miss Mary Kline has returned hero*
from Englewood. N. J.. where she l.as
been at Miss Guiish’s School.
Mr. and Mrs. William Procter aid the
Misses Proctor have gone to Swannanoa,
N. C.. for the summer.
Miss Virginia Cater of Forsyth, who has
been at Vassal* College during the past
year, is expected heie during th w,ek
to visfcs friends.
Mrs. Thomas S. Clay and the M es
Clay have returned from a visit to Ab
beville. S. C.
Mrs. F. D. Bloodworth, Ms* Lucy
Bloodworth and Miss Eftie Bio ad wo th
will sail to-morrow for Ne\v Yoi k. wine
they will vlsh relatives.
Miss Jane Siroit. who ha? been a stu
dent at the Woman’s Cclb g • in Palt -
more since last October, has returned
Mr. Dan Hopps has returned from Co
lumbia Law School, where ho lias b on
studying for the past year.
Miss Maud Schaeffer wa graduate 1
from Elizabeth College. <’h. rl He, N. <\.
last week with first honor, deliver ng ihe
valedictory. She also received the *cho’-
arship modal which is given t the you cr
lady making the hlghesi average ii t e
full A. B. course. All .- Schaeffer has re
turned to her hom .
Miss Rena and Miss L>uise FadU.mt
have returned from Slcidawd.v I-la and
where they have been visiting Mrs. Mc-
Master § George Hcdgsoi de L (ful
ly entertained a numb r of ils
young friends at a birthday ;a ty
“cA Perfect Food "
“ Preserves Health”
“ Known the world over.
. . . Received the highest in
dorsements from the medic.il
practitioner, the nurse, and
the intelligent housekeeper
IS mi and caterer;' and
M \\‘k Hygienic Octette.
i Walter Baker & Cos. lw.
iSST DORCHESTER, MASS.
I on Every Package Eublihed 1780.
14- Eroughton Street, West. :
: Ladies’ Furnishings. <
As we keep “Ladies’ Furnish- ;
: ings” exclusively the ladies will :
: find everything they may need :
: for themselves and the little:
: ones in our • various depart- ,
: The right goods at the right :
: prices, and every new novelty
| and fad of the day.
t Matting Insurance (A Secret).
I| i ; Wo will insui-o your mut'lng. We wl'l
KUurntee to keep it fiesh, elear. ar.ii
ptttet tho long summer mortth=. it's
simple enough. Matting. I kc caipite. must
hi I he wept regularly. A r.ioe n.elitun ti.ip .|
broom im:r> be u?ed.
Now comes the secret: Antiseptic
Brooms arc a icntiflcally oonsttujterl, an.l
on account of their chemical action keen
the matting (.'.con and tresli looking. An
tiseptic Blooms are u-i 1 like any other
broom, only they ''purify while you
sweep." They .to this without any extra
effort on you: part. Ask your dealer tor
' 1 ' FOB SAL.E EVERYWHERE.
"Purifies whl e you sweep."
on Monday last. Among those pres
ent were Mitses Annie Meyler, Josephine
O’Connor. Res i Livers. Annie Doyle.
Wirdfred O’Conr.or. Kina Yoc in. Regi
na O’Di iscoll. Katie O’Leary. M tud Sul?
Uvan. Ella O’Leary. Florence Tnorn.
Louise and Jessie Hodgson; Maste's ('bar
lie Brooks. Dan O’Connor. Emmett
O Connell, Frank Brooks. Charlie Coth r
wood, John Falvey nd James Davis.
Refreshmen is were served !)>' Miss
Norma O’Connor, Miss Ethel Hodgson,
and -Mis® Carrie Buchhelt.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frost left yes
terday for Charbtston, where they wlil
spt.n<l the summer.
Miss Ann!© Haines has returned from
Charlotte, N. C. where she has been
attending; Elizabeth College.
Mr. Walter Lilienthal and Mr. Carl
Herman left <arly in the week for Ban
in the West. They will be absent a month
or six weeks.
Mrs. A. Vets burg and -Mrs. Lawrence
Uppman chaperoned trolW party Wed
nesday evening, in which were tin* Missi-s
Esther Belsinger, Zippora.h Mewb's. Eu
nice Uppman, Stella Levy. Ruth Ehrlici.
Stella Cohen. Mattie Putzei. Miriam Her
man, Rita Guttnun and Rita Mohr.
After having spent the past week very
pleasantly lit Charleston, as th** guest *>f
Miss Daisy Rttndbej’g, licti Miss Ethel
Miscully vvi:i return home this evening.
Mrs. Tho. M. Randall and Master
George Randall of Atlanta, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bra nan, 301 Waid
burg stree;, west.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubensttein <ff
Charleston, B. C.. have announced the en
gagement of their daughter. Pearl. io M *.
L. I>. Joel of Savannah. Miss Ruben
stein is it present visiting her sister,
Air®. R. D. Cohen of Florence. S. C.
Mius* Leonna An ram left yesterday
morning for the North, expecting to visit
the various kindergarten schools before
return ng home in the fall, combining
business with pleasure. Wc wish her a
pleasant trip, and her many friends will
welcome her on her return in October.
Mrs. K. Coiner and Master Jerome Box
horn of Tallahassee, Fla., are the guest*
of Mre. Flora Max on Gordon street.
Miss Rcbertine 'Murphy will sail on tho
City of Birmingham Tuesday for New
York. PTo will spend the summer with
AJ i .-as Fannie Price of Boonton, N. J . and
In the fa 1, will leave for California to
make that her future home.
Miss Gerald Pelot of Wilmington, spent
the week with Mbs Robertltte Murphy.
Miss Plane Ranks is spending the sum
mer at Isle of Hope.
The Misses Mamie and Lottie Lang have
returned from Elizabeth College.
Mrs. Zoe Crisp and (Master George Crisp
have returned from o visit to friends in
Miss Annie Duryea of Charleston Is
visiting Mr and Mrs. W. C. Lyon.
Miss Lulu Davis has returned from a
visit to friends in Waycross.
Mr. Ernest Nathan of Charleston is
; ihe guest of Mr. Read Abrahome.
Mis? Emma Paulsen, who has been et
j tending Elizabeth College, has return- -1
j for the holidays.
Mr? Nina Robertson cf Columbus, who
j lias been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. A.
! Solomons, will return homo to-day.
Miss Levy of Blackvil'.e. S. C., is the
guest of Miss Dora Muhlberg.
Mi * Kate Brady left Friday for Bel
mont. N. C., where she will attend the
St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
HUB KBS SI pillli PHIB.
The unparalleled bargains that we are •riving hive
had a telling effect—people who have bought and went
away satisfied, have told others to come and get some of
the marvelous values in seasonable, desirable goods.
New goods arriving daily—ach item a money saver.
"The Gctham” Corel Attachment Self- , Mir.'. Wfcl'e lawn Full Die- Bowe. .. Sc
Locking La,lie's’ Hose Suppoit r, bU. k ; MeiVs w k , r ..,., n . Bo
811,1 <o or 9 * Sc solid b.ack ana fancy c. lore 10c
Ladies’ Ribbed Vests, taped at neck ,
_ Mens Bleat* od Joan Drawers, tla-'i
Kxtru Large Ladies’ Ribbed Vests loc °' M B, ‘ " ,fM
Ladle*' Black Openwork Summer- Man's Full Dr< r Neglijee Shl;t*.
v,’ i ,ht How ’. iOc Jap.tre e Folding Fau-, new style ,
Ladies’ lie:d M.ico Lice Openwork 3* up /o 23.. •
Flack lioae life Bene Col'.a;- button*. da n 3c
I.hlKs’ Sio U Collar* 8c Pcml Chi ( Bi.uoa do-ten to
Satin Ribbon nnd Leather Pulley Celts. • Tooth 1 r.n he
Summer < orsets ..22c Crochet Cotton, nil colot*, a spool 4
Dre.-s Shield* 5 ;; Velvet Skirt Binding 7c
: Dressmaker Black Sewing Silk.., tlj Aluminum Heir Pin*, a dozen 3c
Pulley Bell Rings l c Table Olt Cloth, white and colors ,18c
| Gold Eye Needles le , Turkey Feather Duster* hoc
commencement exercises of St. Alary’a
Mr. A. K Wilson is 4*o;nrned from
I ne Misses Estelle Kuck, Adeline Sem
ken. and Annie Gwinn. have returned from
Elizabeth College, for (he holidays.
Mr. r. R. Denton is visiting friends in
Ali ss Mohel Gibbon Miss '""u.a ti vi •
Harms, and Miss Annie Menken, lire at
hem** for the summer vocation.
After a delightful visit to ~ Micanopv,
Mn.. to visit the family of Mr I. Hey
man, Miss Essie Oppenhe m wijl return
next week. News of her returp will be
received with pleasure by her numerous
Boci t| y in Wnjcniss.
In the graduating class of the Wa--
cross public school are four of the bright
("st young ladies who ever passed oir from
(be doors of our school. They are Misses
Mildred, who won second honor. Adrose
Ediston, Marie Wester, Afary Young. Tee
other member of the class is Mr. Nolan
Goodyear, who wen tirst honor.
Miss Lalia Whiting has a.s her gue(
tins week Miss Florence Wooten of
Douglas. The young ladies were insepar
able companions■ prior to Miss Wooten’s
removal to Douglas. They were in th'
sum* graduating clans of the Waveros
A number of fishing par ies have lately
enjoyed otXlngs upon the bank, of the
PiiiUla r.ver. Many ladits take put in
ihes<* n>nsure*.? and some of them are
quite cxp< rt w ith hook, rod and 1 no.
Mrs. U. M. Whit dig will spend mod of
the summer at ti e home of der f dher
and moihtr. at Fortson, Muscogee county.
Miss Clro Alber’son is visiting her aar
en s. Mr. and Mrs. Mfle< Albe t on, rt
Miss Lizzl? Thompson is teaching a
rummer school a? Kaginav, on the Wav
cross Air Line Ru Iroml.
Mrs. G. O. Turner will vi-i* her sistfr,
Mrs. Dr. J. W Strickland, at Moniac. be
fore she return* to#her # home, in Tampa.
The summer term f the Eunice School,
e \st of town, opens Monday, under the
direction of Miss Kathryn Shults.
Mrs. N. T. P ifferd and her little dnugh
* r, Ethleen. of Byron, are visi.ing Mrs.
Pafford’s paren s, Ivey and Mrs. Davis,
in Clinch county.
Miss Mamie Adams of Douglas passed
through town last w-ek n her way to
Sylvanla. where she nccent* a posit-on
as auditor in a ra ’r-nd office. Miss M
mie is a daughter of Rev. C. D. Adams,
pastor of the Douglas circuit.
Mrs. C. H. Hargroves cf Romeo risked
friends Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. J. C. Shuts and b'ide came up
E*p. nela. Fla., vis ting here last week,
going from here tj Mcßae.
Mrs. C. M. Babcock is vi i inig friends
Mrs. D. J. kburn o' Needham : s
visiiing her sisfer, Mrs. W. M. K c ator.
Mrs C. A. Sheldon is visitiing her
daughters. Mfsdamcs M ore and Duna
way, in Valdosta.
Mrs. r. N. Marley is vi.-iung her par
ents, in Thomasville.
Mrs. J. O. Johns is visiting her mother,
Miss Virginia Wat's, n harming young
lady of Ohio, who has-be-rn vi-Bi *g rela
ti\c-‘’ in Florida, is spend ng &or.zc time
=:= Up Safe!
Come To-morrow Expecting
You Will Find Them.
Black Wool Etamines; worth SI.CO.
Silk Warp LanaJown-;
u t Hi e
Black Figured Mohair; worth 75c.
Heavy Black Taffeta Silk; woith Ssc.
Heavy Black Gres Grain Silk; worth
Printed Foulard Silks; worth SI.OO
Very fine Dimities and Piques;
Imported Silk Madras Ginghams;
sold at 50c.
Silk Striped Crepons, gray, blue
at 2y. iC
Printed Lawns and India Lir.en 9.
at 9 c
I’olored Organdies and Batistes;
Imported White Pique; worth 35c.
Ladies’ Straw Sailors; worth 75c.
All styles of White Laces; worth 15c
Ladles’ Black Ribbed Lisle Hosi ;
Ladies’ line White Lawn Wd-t*.
some oi Allowr Lace. qhe.s with ia-
Ion; sold up to vG.GO; now SLOS.
Ladies’ White Lawn Wrapprs;
Sit obi Hi Goods loin. gbbel funs
[w teiiiisM! in ffoduiiino Dresses.!
\&\ 1\ Qjllie Ribiian Leadar
■- w wel 14 East KronclUon SI.
Ri'Tons—the lat <t, best and cheapest.
Ail Silk. Heavy Satin and Taffeta, as ort
e 1 colors. Writ * for simple-? and prises.
No. 1 Baity Ribbon Is yard; 48c spool.
No. 2 Ribbon, ‘a-b... 2 1 y. yd; 20c bolt.
No, 4 I • on, bolt.
No. 5 Ribbon, 1-in.. 5c vd; 45’ lo.t.
No. 7 Ribbon, Go yd; 59c bolt.
No. 9 Ribbon. U_-in., Xc yd; 75 : bolt.
No. 12 Ribbon, 2-in.. 10c vd; 90c bolt.
No. 3C Ribhdn, 2Lin., 12 s ,*c yd; $1.1" bolt.
No. 22 Ri on, I It and- bolt
No. 40 Ribbon, SVj-in.. 17%c yd; SI.BO bolt.
No. S) Rib’ion. 4-:n.. 2.Uc yd; $1.8.5 bolt.
No. 100 Ribbon, 5-ir>.. 2oc yd; $2.25 lx>.t.
All above run 10 yards to the bolt. A
lor Fancy Plaid and Striped Rial, n, 3 and
4 inches, at 17Vc to 25c yaid.
with Miss Lull a Whiting, before re lim
ing to her h'me. Mi®*, s Whit ng and
Watts are in ihe same class at Weileyun
Mr. J. C. Hatcher, postmas'er a<
Screven, has won a lovely bride in the
person of Miss Eva Chancy.
Miss Mildred Wooten, second honor pu
pil in the Waycross High School, class
190 1. has go?*e o Dousing, where her
father. Mr. Gecrre F. Woo'cn. resides.
Judge Warren Lo t and family and M*s.
T*. F. W l ams and her dauah e , A.i s
Mat He, go :o S . Simons next week to
spend the summer. Judge Lott has a
splendid cottage heme on the Bland.
Miss Net<ie Jones, who has been teach
ing .at Oocoanut Grove. Fla., is expected
home in a few days.
\. OF K.*> MS ill COS \ E\TIO!%
Wdl Bo Held r.t Emuiet Erl aII in Sa
The Ninth Plenr.ial S ate Ccnvrnt on o"
ti e A: < int O der cf Hibernians in Geor
gia will be he’d in Savannah ic-da... De e-
P ates will arrive this morning irom Au*
g ::-a AU.u on f.nd AM nta Thtse. w(h
th* eclct at* s fr< m the local div . i:ns. will
trok* a meir.bev. hp of about tifiy In the
t onvcn: on.
Tweriv of the leading Hibernian? of
• hrrDstcn will honor tlie occision with
Uei. r>re- tic*. Al' wil 1 a tend n a*s at
b l < ’<•'■ ck, in i:t. Patrick’s ('hutch. T h -
convc* ti n will meet at 19 o’clock in Em
n;.<” Ha 1 v. hi -h h. s!*cr ar ai*g'*d for
tli - purpj. © A I.ri f address o wl* me
vi 1 \r mrde h Na‘i nal Dree o* B. J.
O’Ccr.n r w. ich wil lo reepended by
bt tc Prea cier.t A. J. Goußy <f Augusta.
n.e rcp.rt* cf the stite officers will
show what has be n acccmplishel and ring
tie past two ye ra the jrcsmt s anding
of the older, ind wli t is nees iry to ex*
t nl its work in ti* f t r*. New s‘a‘e
1 y- &W3 i rd ai pro,.: late r soluiio- s w.l!
I * adopted pi -i state effb rs d*tt and f r
th- cnsuii g te m.
Ar 2 2© • . rn . \ sito-s accompanied
by legal Hil:*i n'on i ’.A 1 gi on s;>ecia!
tin in to T Ire l-bncl to enjoy the pleas
u.cs f the s a?ho;e.
my l ' ••+>•*•• Wffa.e n
ON A PACKAGE YOU
K*QW IT IS ALT. P.TGHT.
W!ih,4 IN CHARLESTON,
If you want the best herVlee and every
thing in keeping therewith. ?*top at
Charltoton** Leading Restaurant,
THI3 PALACE CAFE,
273 King irceu
at 3 c
Checked Nainsook, plain ir.jia Lin
ens. Sni|>ed India Linens .md Cordwl,
I.inens (not remnnnta).
at (> 9c
Bleached Table Damask; worth ?1.00.
For 12 yards English Longcloth; worth
Marseilles Quill?, extra slic; worth $5
Best quality Striped Furniture Linen.
White and Unbleached Turkish Tow
el.-; worth* 30c.
liS-inch White French Organdie, work
Ladies’ Ribbed Cotton Vests;whrih 15c.
Ladies’ Pink and Blue Silk Ribbed
Children’s Fancy Para sola; worth 75c.
Ladies’ Cambric Gowns. Skirts, Drawr
ers. and Corset Cover*; some trimmed
with lace, others with embroidery;.,
none less than $1.75. ' 1
Your choice of nil the celebrated
mikes tine* Corsets, slightly soiled,
Ladies’ White Pique Skirts; worth
Misses' Coio'.ed Uuints; worth 50c.
L.idioC White Dressing Sicques and
Co'oied Kimonas. the ki and that sold aw
at 75 .. '■
I lU.CtO boxes Fine P.per and Envelopes 4c,
10a and 16c box; 40c. Otic ar.d $1.30 dozen.
I 10.1VU. line a: .sort. .1 ink Tablets, wor thj'k-,
m 4c* oa ‘li. or 4oe dozen,
i earns l* inf Xo'e Pajer 40c ream.
hr. .•*.<>;•.■ r.:t and mo.!, heavy stock,
- • : for oc. r ’jj - thousirid,
i- ina Lead i'OiiCi s lc each.
j’, 1 -- 1 * - 1 ’ " 1 ;, ‘l PcM 'iid lc each, an<j Better
\ tl - J;< - for Lc, or .Vic. $1.1,1 a,, 1 $125 grss.
; Beols All I-Vn Paints 4 for lei or 25c* gross.
1 ,5^ <c ' Bfn Hohd-ij-; to be each.
! Tll, ‘ Jine Perfumed Toilet Soap at .'c
j to * * ukr; 18c to 37 l 2 e dozen.
Sweet Bye and Bye
To;,pan n Face i owner; 3c to 8c box.
Fi'Mes’ Hose 30c and I2\±c pair.
*■ inc l.ne s** p’> If ,-e T’c ,‘o J2Y e pair.
J. & P. Coat's S;x>:l Thread 5C<- dozen.
Schedules Effective June 10. ISO).,
Trains arrive at utid depart from
Cer*trai Station, West Broad, Foot of
SOth Meridian Time—One hour slower than
Muccm. Atlanta, Oovlng
•i 46am Jtcn Mil'.e.’.f,evi!le and at!.** 00pm
imermei.i.tie points. \
iMlllen. Augusta and in-]
S 4.lam termniiate points. 'jv6 00pm
Augusta. Macon, Mom. I
Igotnery, Atlanta. Athens.|
•3 OOprr. Columbus, Birmingham,|*6 00am
|Americus, Eufaula and|
Tyb* Special from An- 1
50 IJpm'gusta Sunday only. ||lo 23am
t 6 00pmi Dover Accommodation. |t7 48ani
■ 3 COpm Guyton Dinner Trnln. ]t4 50jpm
•Dally, t Except Sunday. only
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND TYBEE
71lh mt-ridlun or Savannah city lime.
Week Days t::3'i a. m.. 10:01 a. tn.. 3:SS p
m 1:35 p. m., ti:lo p. m., S:.T> I>. m.
Sundays—7:4l a. m., 10;0i a. m., 12:01 p
m.. 2:31 p. m., ~:31 p. m., (i:10 p. m., -S:3l
Week Days—6:oo n. m.. 8:00 a. m.. 11:10
a. m.. 5:15 n. m., 7:40 p. m., 10:K) p. m.
Bund , fliOO a. m. Mil a. m., 11:10 a.
m.. 1 :l>o p. m., s:ow>. tn.. 7:40 p. m.. W'.l n
Connection made at terminal point''
with all trains Northwest, West and
Sleeping cars on night trains between
Savannah and Augusta, Macon, Atlanta
Parlor cars on day trains between Sa
vannah, Macon and Atlanta.
For complete Information, schedules,
rates and connections, apply to.
W. G. BREWER, City Ticket and Pass
eturer Agent. 107 Bull street.
W. K M. INTYRE, Depot Ticket Agent.
J. C HATT.E General Passenger Agent.
E. H. HINTON. Traffic Manager.
TIIEO. D. KLINE, Gen. Superintendent.
IF YOU WANT GOOD ' MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank book* from
Morning Nw, Savannah, GNu