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Tuesday vs as children's afternoon at
Hotel Tybee and the ball which had been
so carefully planned for them by some
of the ladirs wa* really a delightful af
fair, almost as much enjoyed by the old
er people as by :he children themselves.
Theee happy little folks in their dainty'
dresses and fluttering ribbons made a
vary charming sight as they thronged the
floor of lie pavilun. The fancy dances
by Miss Mamie Martin and Miss Margue
rite Stults were especially attractive fea
tures of the afternoon. Miss Stults, who
was beautifully dressed in white lace over
pink silk, gave a skirt dance with her
usual ease and skill, and Miss Martin,
who wore a lovely little gown of aceord
ton-plaited lavender sal in, delighted every
one with her grace. After the dance the
children trooped to the dining-room
where generous refreshments had been
thoughtfully provided for them by Mrs.
Graham, and ice cream, cake and many
other good things were enjoyed to the
utmost by the merry little people. Among
those who took part in (he afternoon’s
gayety were Mies Charlotte Bcker of At
lanta. M.'6S Margery Wright, of Atlanta,
Miss Eunice Lippman, Miss Gladys Llpp
man, Miss Doris Lippman, Miss Con
stance Chesnutt, Miss Inez Tiedeman.
Miss Bessie Dixon. Miss Bessie Murphree
of Troy. Ala., Miss Angus a Wood, Miss
Gena Ferat, Miss Hannah Ferst, Miss
Rita Weil, Miss Birdie Van Keuren, Miss
Rosalind Wood. Miss Helen Dixon, Miss
Cora Martin, Miss Norma Derby, Miss
Gertrude Grantham, the Misses Lindsay,
Master Ralph Allmayer of Macon, Master
Moses Ferst, Master Alan McDonald,
Master Rayford Wood, Master Irwin
Wood, and Master Merritt Dixon, Jr.
In the evening after the supper little
Miss Stults danced the bolero oh the pa
vilion for the grown people.
A large party, chap?roned by Dr. and
Mrs. D. R. Hqpps and by Mrs. Guy
Howard, enjoyed the Tuesday evening
dance at Tybee. They were Miss Carrie
IjOU Meldrim. Miss Fanny Meldrim, Miss
Mary Hopps, Miss Marion Maclean. Miss
Cornelia Maclean, Miss Ethel Mclntire,
Miss Angie • Cubbedgc, Mr. Edward
Thompson. Mr. Joe Heyward, Mr. Walter
Heyward. Mr. Lawrence Ixe, Mr. Berrien
Glover, Mr. Stephen Heyward, Mr. Ben
Yancey, Mr. Aleck Hull, Mr. James Mc
lntire, Mr. Thomas Harper, Mr. Charles
Kdmonston, Mr. Siaker of Tennessee, Mr.
Gordon Holms. Mr. Sidney Stubbs, Mr.
Daniel Clinton Betjeman. Mr. Frank Hey
ward, Mr. Montague Boyd. Mr. Tracy
Hunter. Jr., Mr. Robert Waller and Mr.
Mrs. Edward Habersham chaperoned
another party in which were Miss Pritch
ard. Miss K.ghton Habersham, Miss Maud
Williams, Mr. Colter Carmichael, Mr.
Clarence Connerat. Mr. William Simpson,
Mr. Butterfield, Mr. George Heyward,
Mr. David Barrow and Mr. Horace Hun
One of the pleasantest affairs of the
season was the euchre party given M n
day nig hi at Hotel Tybee. The ladies’
prize, a very handsome vase, was won by
Miss Diille Hirsch of Columbus, and the.
gentlemen's prixr. a silver-mounded
whisk by Mr. Seisel of Macon.
The other players were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Wolff, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Alt
rnayer of Macon. Mrs. Jacob Llppman,
Mrs. Max Jackson of Macon, Mrs. Cohen
of Macon. Mrs. William Watson, Miss
Sadie Loeb and Miss Nellie Loeb of Co
lumbus. Dr. Farmer, Mr. Ralph Altmayer
The regatta at Isle of Hope Wednesday
afternoon was an occasion of much inter
est and numbers of people witnessed the
In one of the parties were Mrs. Homer
Hopkins, Ml*s Bower, Miss Culter, Mr.
Palmer Axson, Mr. Edward Demere and
Mr. John Culter.
The most important social event of this
week will be the marriage of Miss Annie
Comer to Mr. (Mark Howell of Atlanta.
The wedding will take place Thursday
evening at half past nine, at
the home of ihe bride’s moth
er, Mrs. Hugh M. Comer. The only at
tendants will he the Misses Mary and Dll
la. Comer and Mr. Howell’s best man,
Mr. Thomas Egleston of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Remshart are en
tertaining a home party at their summer
home, at White Bluff. In the party are
Miss Gretta Horner of Charleston, Miss
George Ashley of Trenton, Miss Nina
Cnne. Mi>ses Alice and Marie Remshart,
Messrs. Fred Hovt, James Dean of Wav
cross. Pilcher Cheatham and William
Remshart of Nashville. Tenn.
Mrs. Lewis Haskell has returned from
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Florance Minis
at their ooun-trj* home in North Georgia.
Miss Clifford Munnerlyn and Miss
Jeanie Haines spent the Fourth of July
with Mi** Leonora Gabbett ai Isle of
Miss Emma Hopkins Is visiting Miss
Mr. Arthur J. O’Hara is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonough at their
Mr. Shelby Myrlck left for New York
The initial trip of the Neva S.. former
ly the Viking, under her new title, was
made Wednesday morning when Mr. \Y
W. Starr, Mr. Merritt Dixon and Mr. J.
J. Kirby, brought a large and merry par
ty from Tybee to Savannah, then to the
Yacht Club, returning lo the Atlantic
Club for dinner in the evening. An elab
orate luncheon wan served on hoard the
launch, and the trip proved delightful in
every way. Among those who took part
in the christening ceremony, were
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Evans,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Merkle, Miss Mollie
Collins. Miss Jutnonville of New Orleans
aucl Mr. John McLaughlin.
Mr. E. L. Tesaier of Charleston is spend
ing some time in Savannah. Shortly after
leaving here Ite will aail for Europe, stop
ping in Scotland, and then going to Paris
and oth r points on the continent.
Mrs. A R Lawton, who has been ve
rting Mr. and Mrs J. F. Minis, was joined
this week by Mr. Lawton and Mr. A. R.
Lawton. Jr . and went with them to
Warm Sulphur Spring*, where Col. Law
ton ate and and the State Bar Association.
Miss A. M. Barnard left Tuesday with
Mr*. Pope and Miss Pape for Lake Chau
tauqua. New York.
Miss Helen Vaughn is visiting friends
In Charleston, where she will attend the
sessions of the National Educational As
Mrs. N. A Pape and Miss Pape saikd
Tuesday night for New York, on their way
to Chautauqua, and later to the moun
Mr. oiul Mr.-, if. M Stoddard and Miss
Mabel Stoddard left Thursday to spend
the summer at Highlands. N. C.
Mr*. Arthur B. M. Glbbes and her two
Utile daughters returned to the city on
Monday, after a pleasant three weeks’
play at Hotel Tybee. Mis. Gibbet und the
children left Monda> night for Asheville,
where Mr. Gltbes will Join them later.
Mrs. W. W. Chisholm and Miss Eh:a
Chisholm returned this week from North
Carolina, where they have been spending
the last two months.
Tuesday morning Miss Jeannette Weil
gave n delightful breakfast at Bannon
Lodge. Thunderbolt. Her guests were
Mrs. Joseph Hirsch, Miss Rosalind Rich,
Miss Bickett. and Miss Rosenbaum of
Atlanta, Miss Flore:te Seisel of Macon.
Mr. J. M. Barnard has gone North to
spend the season ot his summer home on
the Massachusetts coast.
Mr. Henry McAlpin returned Tuesday
from the Thousand Islands.
Miss Doris and Miss Gladys Llppman
are visiting Mrs. Jacob Llppman at Ty
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. LeHardy, Miss
Julia LeHardy, and Master Frank Miller
LeHardy, returned to the city Friday,
after spending several weeks very pleas
antly at their cottage at Tybee. Mrs.
LeHardy and the children will go to Au
gusta this week, to visit Mrs. Frank. Mil
ler at the Hill, and after a brief
stay there, they will spend the latter part
of the season in' the mountains of North
On the Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
W ilson gave a launch party to their guest,
Miss Lily Anderson. The others in the
party were Mr. Warde Motte, Mr A. B.
M. Gibbes. Mr. George F. Tennille and
Mr. Clarence Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Billington will
leave to-morrow to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Weed at their summer home in Noroton,
Mr. J. W. Schley has gone to New' York,
from where ho will sail this week for Eu
rope, to visit the Paris Exposition, and
probably to make on extended European
Mrs. Charles Ellis and the Misses Helen
and Margaret Ellis went this week to Dau
fuskie lo visit Mr. Albert Stoddard.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steele and Master
Henry Steele, Jr., hove returned from Ty
bee where they spent the month of June.
Mrs. J. S. How kins and her two boys
left Friday to spend the rest of the sea
son nt their cottage at Tybee.
Mrs. Hauers returned this week from a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Minis, and
left Saturday for St. Catherine’s Island.
Mrs. T M. Cunningham will leave to
morrow' for Saratoga.
Mrs. W. W. Owens end Master Duncan
Owens have gone to Bluffton, S. C., for
July and August.
Miss Eliza Chisholm spent a fewr days
with Miss Frances Charlton during the
Mr. and Mrs. Ralston Wylly spent the
Fourth of July with Miss Nona Wylly at
Isle of Hope.
Mrs. Julian Schley and her family are at
Highland Falls on the Hudson, near West
Point, where her oldest son, Mr. Julian
Schley, Jr., has Just completed his flr<t
year’s course at the Military Academy.
Mr. Schley made a remarkable record,
standing eixth in his class of one hundred
and twenty-seven, and third in mathe
matics. He has been made a drill master
of the plebs, and has received i.-e appoint
ment of corporal, and his popularity with
hi classmates as well is shown by his
election to the honorable office of Hop
and Social leader.
Mrs. John Hopkins left Saturday to Join
Mrs. M. M. Hopkins at Asheville.
Mrs. Isaac Minis, Miss Minis, Miss Re
becca Minis, and Masters Isaac and Car
roll Minis, went to New' York Tuesday on
their way to Martha’ Vineyard for the
Miss Baker of New Orleans, who has
been studying in the Johns Hopkins
Training School, is visiting her sister.
Mrs. J. M. Guerard and Miss Lucille
Guerard went North last Monday.
Mrs. Joseph Hirsch of Atlanta, is visit
ing at Tybee.
Misti Morris of Atlanta, is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonough at Ty
Miss Ethel Walker left Monday to visit
friends in Charleston.
Mr. James H. Stacy went to New York
Miss Martha G. Backus has gone to
Lake Chautauqua. After staying there a
few weeks she will visit Mrs. Parker at
Perth Amboy, going later in the season
to Col. Huae’s at Highland Falls, N. Y.
Mr. T. Mayhew Cunningham. Jr., left
this week to attend the meeting of the
State Bar Association at Warm Sulphur
Mrs. P. W. Meldrim and the Misses Mel
drim left Friday night for their summer
home at White Sulphur Springs, Ga.
Miss Estelle Heyward, who lias been
spending a few' days with Miss Elizabeth
Heyward, returned to Bluffton last Tues
The Mieses Stiles have been entertain
ing a house party at Green Island. Their
guests were Miss Annie Maclean. Miss
Phoebe Elliot, Mr. Erl ward S. Elliot and
Mr. Hampton Wade.
Miss Irene Withers returned Friday from
Tybee. where she has been visiting Mrs.
J. S. Wood.
Miss Cornelia E. Lee. who has been
the guest of Mrs. Roaz in Charleston, re
turned Friday after a delightful visit.
Master Charles Mills, who has been
spending the month of July at Montgom-
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THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. JULY 8, 1900.
J 4 Broughton Street, West.
Everything in Summer Apparel
AT COOLING PRICES.
Tvbee Breeze Corsets 50c
Summer Weight in Batiste Corsets SI.OO
Summer Comforts in Light*Weight Underwear,
Lisle. Silk, Cotton Vests and Drawers; also the
latest in Combination Suits.
Clearing Sale of Ladies’ Bathing Suits, Shoes,
Hose and Capes.
The Choicest Patterns in Foulard, sl-00 quality,
cry. left Thursday to visit his aunt, Mrs.
Malcolm Maclean in Griffin.
Avery charming party from Troy. Ala.,
spending the past ten days at Tybee con
sisted of Mr. and Mrs. James Murphree,
Miss Minnie Gill Murphree, Miss Bessie
Murphree, Mrs, Fox Henderson, Mi.ss
Gussie Henderson. Miss Loulic Wilkerson
and Mr. Josh Copeland. They left Sat
urday, to the great regret of their many
friends at the hotel, to whom Mrs. Mur
phree, especially, with her beautiful
daughter as accompanist, has given so
much pleasure by her exquisite singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolff, who have been vis
iting at Tybee, returned yesterday, to
their home In Macon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clay left Tuesday
night for Martha’s Vineyard. Later they
will visit Nantucket and other New Eng
land coast resorts.
Mrs. F. V. Walker of Bluffton, who
spent a few days in Savannah last week
with Miss McAlpin, left Tuesday to visit
relatives In Albany, N. Y., from where
she will go to the Thousand Islands to
stay with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wilbur, at
Sport Island, Alexandria Bay.
Thursday morning the launch Neva S.
brought a very pleasant party from Ty
bee to Savannah. A delightful luncheon
had been provided, and the little journey
to town was a very enjoyable one. Those
who made it were Mrs. J. E. Grady, Miss
Jumonville of New Orleans Miss Lizzie
Kirbv, Miss Miss Margaret
G. McCrohan, Miss Norma O’Connor, Mr.
John W. Golden and Mr. John Brennan.
Mrs. P. J. O’Connor and family are
spending the season at the Atlanta club
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Clay returned
Wednesday from Tybee.
Miss A. V. Bourquin sailed for New
York Tuesday to spend two or three
months at the North.
Mr. T. S. Lucas went to Charleston Fri
day to attend the convention of the Na
tional Educational Association.
Miss Georgia Hull McATpln, who has
been traveling in Europe during the past
year, arrived in New York on the Fourth
of July by the Oceanic.
Mrs. Malcolm Maclean, the Misses Mac
lean and Masters Malcolm, George and
Charles Maclean left Thursday for Cher
ry Hill, their summer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ashmore will leave
for Charleston Tuesday' afternoon, to be
present at the National Educational As
sociation Convention, which will be held
this week in that city, and which will be
attended by the mos* prominent educa
tors in <he country. Mr. Ashmore will
take an important part in the exercises,
speaking at the Friday afternoon session
of the department of elementary' schools
on a subject assigned to him by the com
mittee, “Should the Grammar School Be
Mr. J. D. Weed left Friday for his sum
mer home at Noroton, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Binsw r anger left during
the w'eek to spend the summer North.
The Terpsichorean Club, which has
given so many delightful dances during
the past year, has disbanded for the sum
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Readi will arrive
this week from Green Cove Springs, to
make a short stay in Savannah.
Miss J. <’. Purse and Miss Margaret
Furse will leave to-morrow to attend the
National Educational Association Con
vention in Charleston.
Miss Cec lie Woods wMll go to M*<on
Tuesday to spend a few weeks with
Miss Julia T. Hunter will leave Tues
day with her grandmother, Mrs. George
L. Dope, to spend a month in Griffin with
Mrs. Thomas R. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jones, Miss Ger
trude Jones and Master Oatesby Jones
left Friday night for Blowing Rock,
where they expect to spend the summer.
Miss Hada Hunter will go to Griffin
next Tuesday to visit Mrs. Thomas R.
Miss Susie Olmstead and Miss Florence
Olmstead sailed for New York Saturday.
Mr. Roy M. Bailey returned Frid y from
Lexington, where he has been attending
the Virginia. Military Institute. He will
spend the holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Bailey, at the Inlet Club,
Mrs. Kline, Miss Helen Kline and Mas
ter Frank Kline have gone North for
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Grady and
Miss Marie Grady will spend the rest of
THE BEE HIVE
St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
On Standard, Reliable First Class Goods.
Japanese Paper Kan* lc
Japanese Folding Fans :’<*
Palmetto Fans 1*
English Pins, polished needle points,
400 pins on i>aper . lo
Goldeye Needles, a puper 1c
Safety Pins, a dozen 2c
Black Jet Head Steel Pin*, best quality.
u box Be
Stockinet Dre.** Shields 60
Featherweight Drrs* Shlleds. washable 14c
R ack Dress Shields. Nainsook covered,.lsc
Ladles’ While Leather Belts 10<*
Ladies’ Satin Ribbon Pulley Belts, nil
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the season at Montgomery White Sur
phur Springs, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Glennan Grady left
Thursday to spend the summer at Cataw
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilbert, Miss Eliza
beth, Miss Mabel Gilbert and Master
Harry J. Gilbert went North Friday.
The Misses Landershine have gone to
Charleston for the convention of the Na
tional Educational Association.
Miss Annie B. Bell is visiting her cous
in, Mrs. Black, on Rutledge avenue.
Charleston. Miss Bell expects to attend
the sessions of the National Educational
Association this week.
Miss Maud C. Williams left Thursday
to spend the summer at her home in
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Well, Miss Jean
nette Weil and Miss Rita Well will leave
to-morrow for Northern cummer re
Mr. George M. Gadsden returned this
week from New York, where he spent the
Miss Mustin sailed Thursday on the Na
cooohee to spend two or three months at
Mrs. E. Schuster and Miss Elspeth
Schuster will leave to-morrow for New
Mr. W. F. Constantine returned lest
week from White Springs.
■Miss Annie McGuire, who has spent the
past fortnight in Brunswick with her
friend, Miss Wcnz, expects to return to
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ransford, Mas
ter Noel and Master Henry Ransford came
back to the city yesterday, after spending
a month at the Atlantic Club House,
Miss Annie McGuire and Miss Garity
will go to Tybee to-morrow for a two
weeks' stay at the Atlantic Clubhouse.
Miss Cora Johnson is the guest of Miss
Alma Lindsay at Hotel Tybee.
Mr. and Mrs. Savage Lynah and family
left Tuesday for Bluffton, S. C.
Miss Eunice Lippman was the guest of
Mrs. Jacob Lippaipn at Tybee last week.
Miss Marie Wheless, who has been vis
iting her brother, Mr. J. P. Wheless, left
Thursday for Augusta.
Mr. George W. Beckett went to New
Dr. and Mrs. Ward of Selma. (Ala., with
their two children, are staying at Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Altmayer of Macon
leave to-day after a week's visit at Tybee.
Miss Lillie Hirsch of Columbus is at Ho
tel Tybee. where her musical talents add
much to the pleasure of the guests.
Mr. J. E. Grady sailed for New York
Mr. A. H. Kelley has returned from
West Point, Va., where his family is
spending the summer.
Mrs. Frank L. Pickering went North
yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Edward
Randall, at Bayonne, N. J.
Mr. Robert Cannon left for New York
Mrs. J. C. Puder and Miss Eleanor Pu
der have gone North to spend the summer.
Mrs. Emma C. Carter has issued invita
tions to the marriage of her daughter,
Caroline Anne, to Mr. Arthur Douglass
Strobhar. The, wedding will take place at
the Christian Church, Thursday evening.
July 19, at 8 o'clock. Immediately after
the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Strobhar will
begin the short wedding trip that they
contemplate. After July 26 they will he at
home at 220 Peachtree street, Atlanta, in
which city Mr. Strobhar now resides. He
holds a responsible position there with the
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company.
Roth the young people are well known in
Savannah, where Mr. Strobhar lived until
the removal of the offices of the Virginia-
Carolina Company from this city to At
In a sailing party on Friday evening on
tin Ecie R. were Miss McKindsey, Mss
Murphy, Miss Nelle Reynolds, Miss Ecie
Reynolds, Miss Gertrude Reynolds, Judge
S. Reynolds, Messrs. Dietz Clark, Jack
Murphy, Herbert Freeman, Joseph McGov
Amonk the delightful entertainments of
the week was the informal luncheon given
Thursday by Mrs. Robert Benjamin Hu
bert at Sand Drift Cottage. Tybee. The
guests were Mrs. J. Quincy Hodges. Mrs.
Charles W. West. Misses Edith Stillwell,
Lula and Ella Morgan. Meta Kenipe.
Marlon Cooper. Emily Crawford, Messrs.
Tarleton Garrett Brown of Denver, D. P.
Woodward, W. B. Hamilton, Robert Mc-
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Tar Soap 3c
Transparent Glycerine Soap 3c
Pear’s Soap .... 11c
4711 White Rose Glycerine Soap 14c
Backer’s Tar Soap 17c
Colgate’s Cnsnmere Bouquet Soap
1 small cakes) 15c
Cuiloura Soap ... % l#e
Buttermilk Soap 8c
Talcum Toilet Baby Powder (per
Complexion Powder, pink anil white .... 4c
f3 st Fuellsh White Pearl Shirt But
tons. four holes 6c
Rolled Plate Cellar Button*, lever pa
Fancy Garter Elastic, a strip 2c
Black Garter Elastic, a yard 4c
“ Ts $2.48
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Great Midsummer Sale of
Hot Weather Goods.
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Special WASH GOODS Attraction for the Coming Week:
10c Corded Lawn Dimities and Ba
tiste, worth 15c.
1214 c Printed India Linens, Organ-
BIG EMBROIDERY TUMBLE.
200 pieces of fine Embroideries, in
Cambric, Nainsook, Swiss and Mull
Sensational Sale of Tailor-made Shirt Waists,
Linen, Crash and Pique Skirts.
I Linen Crash Skirts, worth SI.OO, at 50c.
' Pique Skirts, worth $1.50, at 69c.
[ Bicycle Covert Cloth Skirts, worth
J $2.50, at $1.98
I WHITE GOODS.
, 30c Fancy Pique, now 19c
► 33c Sheer finished India Linen, now 19c
[ Extra large double Bed Sheets 43c
[ Fine English Nainsook at (apiece) $1.39
[ 72-inch Bleached Damask, SI.OO kind
[ at 88c.
[ 25c Cotton Bath Towels now 19c
[ Large, all Linen Doilies now 6c
> 18c White Lawn, 40 inches wide... ,12'-c
Ix'od. John Meredith of North Carolina,
Robert B. Hubert and John Quirn-y
Mrw. A. B. Lawton, Miss Bessie Lawton,
Miss Cornelia I-awion. .Miss Janie Law
ton, and Mr. Asbury Lawton, left Tues
day, the 3rd, for Bluffton, S. C., and ex
pect to be away until October.
Miss Nellie Harty has returned to Sa
vannah after an absence of a year, dur
ing which time she lias been a pupil of
Virgil in New' York.
Miss Margaret Macdonald of Atlanta will
bo the guest of the Misses Lyons, on Mon
terey Square, for the next two weeks.
, In a naphtha launch party on the, Helen
D. on the Fourih were Mr. and Mrs. H.T.
\\ iison, Mr. and Airs. J. J. Pow'ors, Miss
Mamie O’Neill, Miss Gertrud e Reynolds,
Messrs. John O'Neill and Will Ray.
Mrs. Dunbar and her daughters, Mrs.
Martin and Miss Dunbar, of Augusta, who
have been guests at Hotel Tybee, left for
Miss Pearl Bonny of Norfolk is the guest
of her sister, Mrs, W. V. Davis, at Isle
Miss Annie Werner left last week to
spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs.
Charles Salyer, of Butier, Ga.
Mr. Felix Parsons is visiting his mother,
Airs. C. A Parsons, No. 1 Perry street,
east. He is accompanied by his wife and
son. Felix Nicholson Parsons.
Aiiss Aiarie Antoinette Valleau will leave
on Tuesday for Valdosta, to be one of the
guests at a house party, given by Aiiss
friends in Asheville, where she will spend
Aiiss Alice Richardson is visiting rela
tives and friends in AJilledgeville, Ga.
Miss Florence Hardee ieft yesterday for
Hardeeville, to visit her aunt, Mrs. j. H.
Hardee. Later she will visit relatives and
friends in Asheville.
Air. J J. Cnrolan and family have re
turned from Baltimore.
Aiiss Carolyn Gray Hill, who is now the
guest of Col. and Aiiss Frances Hogood,
in Charleston, will arrive next week, to
be the guests of Aiiss Nellie Reynolds on
Aiiss Lonie ATcKindsey leaves on Tues
day for a lengthy stay at Northern points.
Atiss Eva Smith loaves on Friday for
Alts. A. B. Connolly of Atlanta is spend
ing the summer at Tybee. the guest of
her father, Air. John G. Butler.
Air. Horry G. Butler has returned from
school and it: enjoying his vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Butler,
at their cottage at Tybee.
Miss Lillian Hirsc’li returned Tuesday to
lur home in St. Augustine, after a most
enjoyable visit to Miss Lelia Oliveros.
Tuesday evening at Tybee Mrs. VV. G.
Cooper chaperoned a party in which were
Miss Katie Dreese, Miss Marie Dreese,
Miss Bessie Cooper. Mr. Percy Inabnctt,
Mr. Woodrow, Mr. William Donlan, Mr.
Sidney Cooper, and Mr. Sigmtmd Berg.
Miss Lily Anderson, who has been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson at Ty
bee Is the guest of Miss Lina Huger at
Mrs. Guy Howard will bav© as her
guest tilts week, Miss Addie Walker of
Miss Estelle Gallagher who has been
visiting Miss Home in Milledgeville re
turned home last evening.
Mr. John D. t’arswel is at Bannon
Ledge for a stay of some weeks.
Mr. Louis Warfield went to St. Cather
ine’s Island yesterday to visit Mr. and
Miss Hartrldge leaves to-day for Now
York and will spend the summer at the
Nor. 11 returning In time to re-open her
school Oct. 3. on the coiner of Gaston
and Habersham streets.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
Thursday. June 12, at noon, of Mr. Ar
thur H. Neeson and Miss Kosa L. Stokev
both of this city. The marriage will take
place at the r sitlenee of the hride's moth
er, Mrs. Emma C. Stokes, at 124 Gas on
street, west. Both young people are well
known in Savannah and held in high
esteem by large circles of fritnds. The
bride is a member of an old South Caro
lina family. The groom holds a responsi
ble position with a well known business
lirm on the Bay.
Mrs. Eldred Simklns left Saturday to
spend the next two or three months In
Woodsto k, Va.
Mr. Sidney Stubbs, who lias been at
tending tin Military Academy. Pennsyl
vania. lias come boro© fer the holidays.
Miss Lula Davit, who has been visiting
In Way cross, returned last week.
Mrs. George C. Heyward. Master Ar
thur Heyward and Mlt Bessie Heyward
dies and Madras, worth 19c.
I7c Printed India Linens, Mulls and
Hemstitched Batiste, worth 25c.
Edgings and Insertions, elaborate de
signs, worth all the way from 15c to
30c; they go this week at 11c yd.
Handsome tailor-made Shirt Waists.
Percale, Madras and Batiste, in white
and colored, cut down from $1.25.
AT 99 r .
Extra fine imported wash materials,
made in the latest cut, tucked, corded
and insertion effects, formerly sold
All our $2.00 and $2.30 Shirt Waists,
handsomest and daintiest lot of styles
and colorings produced this season.
HOSIERY. NOTIONS. TOILET
Ladies’ Lisle Thread Hose, in drop
stitch and plain, small and large
Menen’s Talcum Powder 13c
Good Hair Brushes 25c
And Your Cold Stove L |Pi f||j||
g Heating Only the Spot (i? |jll ffpll
"g Where Heat is Wanted. Hjg jiplH
3 No waste for your poeketbook.
. The ONI.Y STOVK for hot weather.
25 per cent of temperature saved In your
YOUR HOUSE MADE COOLER J
There ranges are large enough for any -
Only $1 a month rental.
IjGAS LIGHT COMPANY, kjjjjjP^
Elizabeth College, Charlotte, N* C.
High gtahn col.ege for women. Experience.! teachers from noted foreign and
American universities and conservatories. FINEST Ml'9lo AIM'D ART CONSER
VATORIES IN THE SOUTH. Fire-proof building. Healthfully located 20 acres
beautiful campus, on the hights one-half mile ftom the city. Catalogue free. A<i
dress CHARLES H. KINO. President.
are spending the summer at Bluffton, S.
Miss Eleanor Howell of Atlanta is vis
iting Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Charlton.
Mrs. Spaulding of Athens, who has been
the guest of her brother. Mr. Pope Bar
row. left last week for Darien.
Miss Eileen Hunter is visiting in Arner
Mr. Paul T. Haskell. Jr., is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hauers, at Green Island.
Miss Lucille Hunter will spend the sum
mer at the North with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Bower of Bainbridge, who has
been visiting Miss Bay Culter, will return,
to her home to-morrow.
The Misses Hill are. ©pending the sum
mer at their home, Eagle's Nest, Grove
Miss Belie Daniel Is with Mrs. Anderson
Carmichael, at Clarkesvllle, for the bum
Mrs. Max Hlrsch has returned front
An elaborate entertainment was given
during the week by Miss Ellen O’Mara in
honor of tie graduating class of St. Vin
cent'© Academy. The table was beautifully
decorated in purple and red. the class col
ors, crimson roses, heliotropes and ferns
being used in profusion. Those present
were Mrs. Brennan, Misses Mary Chris
tian, Annie Houston. Nellie Lyons, Julia
Boyle, May Kennedy. Veva Gaudry, Ma
rie P.ourke, Lillie Boyle, Mamie O'Neill.
Edytho Vaughn. Marie McMahon, Hannah
McCarthy. Messrs John Black. Garry
Boyle. Jaudon, Mux Neuberger. Hogan,
McMahon, Lagan, Mallory, McCarthy!
and William Boyle.
Another pleasant supper given to the
graduating class took pluce Monday even
ing, w lien Mis-s May Kennedy was
hostess. Her guests were Misses Julia
Boyle, Annlo Houston, Ella O'Mara. Mary
Christian and Nellie Lyons. The other
guests were Misses Katie Blun, May Ho
gan. Marie McMahon and Veva Gaudry.
Mrs. Homer Hopkins. Miss Ruby Hop
kins are the guests of Mrs. Hulph Hast
Mrs. R. A. Heislnger left during the
week lo ©pend the rest of the season at
her cottage, at Tybee.
Mrs. Frank Worm and Mr. U. p, Wcrm
Isc Printed Hemstitched French Tam
bour, always sold at 50c.
Val. Laces and Insertion, a new’ line'
Just received, from 25c to 75c apiece,
25c handsome lot of Embroidered and
I,aco edge Linen Hand’kfs, worth 40c <
Fine Dressing Combs <
Large Cake Turkish Bath Soap... 5 C <
30c Japanese Kans j c ]
15c Japanese Fans J
23c Japanese Fans 1
New line of Pulley Belts. <
BLACK DRESS GOODS & SILKS.;
Black and Colored Silks, all Silk- <
Figured Taffetas, worth SI.OO, 0t....75 C !
Perspiration proof Black Foulard. !
worth $1.25. at J
Fine Silk Crepe de Chine, suitable for J
street find evening costumes, very J
handsome colorings jq 25 J
40-inch, all wool French Batiste at 50c J
40-inch silk and woo! real Lansdowne, ]
worth $2.00, at sl.2* J
40-inch wool Poplin, worth 75c, at 50c <
45-inch extra heavy all wool French <
Whip Cord, worth 89c, at 55c <
1900 styles, fine French imported Cre- ]
pon Silk and Mohair, worth $2, at $1.39 J
left for New York on the Nacoochse ••
spend the summer at Lenox, Mass.
Mrs. I*. Brennan and Miss Nellie Bren
nan will leave Wednesday for Waynes
Mrs. Frank Jeite arid family. Miss Mar
garet Connors and Mrs. J. J. Carolan ex
pect to go to Blowing Hock Tuesday.
Miss Fannie Harmon is visiting Mist
Adams, in Guyton.
Miss Rosalind Hick of AHanla was
guest of honor at an entertainment given
Wednesday evening by Miss Mamie
Smith. The others present were Miss
Bessie Lillenthul. Miss Freda Traub, Mist
Viola Eckstein, Miss Floretto Cecil. Mist
Edith Rosenbaum, Miss Carrie Bicker!,
Miss Mamie Engel, Miss Norma Eckstein,
Miss Jeannette Well, Miss Lillie Traub,
Mr. Frank Happ, Mr. Gillespie, Mr. Ros
enheim, Mr. Herbert KHyton, Mr. Mag
nus Haas, Mr. Max Leiller and Mr. Hiram
Mrs. William Clifton and children, of
Darien, who have been visiting Mrs. Ra
i fael Salas, returned homo last week.
Mr. Edward J. Haslam sailed yester
day for New York.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Frank and ,h *
Misses Frank will leave Tuesday for S ar *
Mis© Kate Farreil. who has been visit
ing Mis© Helen O'Connor, has returned
iter home in Blackwell, accompanied .
Cords are out for the wedding ©f v!,.*
Dora Perllnskl and Mr. Arthur MeV© •
who will lie married Wednesday
at the home of the bride's parents, • •
and Mrs, J. Perllnskl. 231) Bull street. I
wedding la anticipated with much tnl '
cst. It will he followed by r a large rec r
Mr. T. J. Daniels, Jr., went lo New
York lost week.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Seiler will
next week for New York, from when 11
will tflke a trip to Saratoga, the ( - ,M
I/aKCHj atui the. Thousand Isles.
Mrs. E. E. Jclkft of Macon, Miss
men l£l lino re and Miss UHa
are pending n week with Mr- ' i,K * *
Amfiew la. Farle t Tybee.
In a merry party at Tybee Tlnir^*^
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