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The** autumn day* would be tliesom.
If they ©ere t< t till I ilh preparation
for th* win tar u-<1 pit *©nt anti t;-attO!
of what It ail brtna It I- the entr'art.
of society a drama ftubl'l' the curtain.
wc may .troll about t ic lobM©*, or ait
comfortably chatfina In ttv t-oxe*. while
b-htt.l the aiem th aotora are l>uay
with pencil and p iwdor, hr.*-ad* an I ruff,
©r rehearatna each hta part What will
the **a*on hrlnx' la there one of tie
that doe* not a h the questian with
- interest * A group of ulrle. not
long aa . ©ere li-ou**lne ihte point for
the edtttrauon of a pretty young crea
ture In th-tr mt'lat. who had not yet come
ou' "You poor little thin*' You think It
will he tierfeotly lovely, don't you'" and
the speaker r.t|aed tier lelh ate iron a <x
pre-vlvel;. Hhe l.e-r.'t know, doea art*
girla’" There wae , evmpathetl murmur,
and i almuttaneo . Itftlna of white hands.
"Society," rematked the brown*fyrd girl
with the che rful expreeeion. "la excru
ciating the fits! yeat. nl e though etlll
a bl* arar.ng the ml, and delightful
the third What la It after that Kate- •
Kate raid tha' after that It beams a
quean .n of dinner parties and which tnen
liked you. not how man- of dtairtmtn#-
Uvh. in ehort The trouble the flr*t year,"
the expielne Ia that > u want tiuaniUy,
not quality You muet be dan true all the
time, and If every mart in the room lan t
nice to you you ar- ml* rahle Now at
my comfortable age" gnd ahe *tret<h*d
out her beaded alipper and examined the
toe reflectively, a clever nun next y-m
a* dinner maker a ruff, tetitly agreeable
evening The curly-haired girt eonfeeaed
Juat here that ahe had occaaainally found
dinnera a bit dull "Of eoura*. you have
my dear, because you are only a year
old Alice, here. In tv r third reason, la
Juat beginning to enjoy them Sow Alice
la at the perfect age for so. lety. Site I*
whit Word-worth would .all girl of
‘cheerful yesterdays and confident to
morrows.' For me I tm getting a hit
l-asee" gnd he sighed prettily 'The
trouble a ih you girls." said the Phlloso.
pher. looking up over hla (taper. and flick
ing an ash (tom hla cigar la that you
take society too seriously. You can t meet
things aa they c m- hut muet always he
looking ahead, and wh*n you are danc
ing one germat. you are wondering who
will ask you for the next Society, Instead
of being a mere t-aaime. become* the
chief business of life I have observed."
continued this wise Individual "that this
Is the essential difference between men
and women Even after ahe Is married a
woman would keep on sc"'tttt out If hus.
bands, as a class and arpurglely, were nut
so fearfully bored by It As tt Is. ehe has
always her card |rtle- and teas and
what net. wh reas devoted man finds even
the occasional st.ig dinner a trifle shall I
aav rtwreliable? —an I wott l rather etey
at home with the baby ” Hut at this
there was a chorus of protesting ohs. and
with an Indignant flutter of skirls the
meeting broke up. perhaps to be contin
ued In r-gtotis above, beyond the Invasion
The wedding of Miss Nel.le fharlton
ar.J Df Georg. U llarmon. who-e en
gagement ha- been re 'ntl> announced,
will be celebrated very quietly Wednee
dajr evening. Oct. 1. There will be no re
ception, and Dr and Mrs Harmon will go
North on their w.stdtng tour shortly after
tha csrsmony. Lpon their return, they
wkd reside at No 117 Jones street, west.
* f — <ni j yies. w W. Gordon ant Miss
Uarsaret flell-s ©re now In 8 ~t and \ sit
ing Mr and Mrs W. M Lo© at thetr
place. Mealmore. near Inverness Miss
Bttlee spent the early part of September
on the continent and saw the Passion
Play at Obvramrocrgau on Sept Z. Gen
and Mrs Gordon and Mist* Stiles expect
to sail for America Oct. 10. and will |r<*>-
ablv reach Savannah about the end of the
Mr and Mr* I.ewlm Turner. Miss Tur
ner and Master Krarw 1* Turner will re
turn Tueaelay to Savannah after an ab
sence of a year and a half and expect to
go Immediately to thetr home at Mont
gomery. where they will atay during the
Mr and Mr* Arthur B M Olbbea. Miss
Katherine Harlrtdge Olhbea and Mist
Frances Glhhes. left Asheville Wednesday
after a aummer very delightfully spent at
the Manor, and are now with Mrs Har
wood at the Majestic in Atlanta.
Mr and Mrs. William Garrard and their
famby will return horn* Friday after
spending the latter pari of the summer
Mr and Mrs T Mayhew Cunningham
and Miss Mildred Cunningham have left
Saratoga and are In New York for the
Mrs Louts G Y'oung. who has t>*en
traveling In Europe all summer, spending
a food d-.tl F lime In Swltierland and
more recently tn lea.dor., baa returned to
Mr and Mrs R Hattersham Clay reach
ed Savannah Wednesday marnlng after a
delightful summer at th< North.
Miss Lily Lynah came to the city Fri
day from Bluffton. and t vtaltln* Mi.t
Mr and Mrs W J <! Renne Mias El
frlda de Itenne. and Master Audley de
Retine. returned last week from Europe,
and ere now In New York.
Miss Julia Charlton returned home a
few dav© ago. M.sa Charlton has been
in Grand Rapid M"h . moat of the
summ.r studying modern kindergarten
work and method#.
Miss Mary White, who hn been abroad
for some time, and tn London, recently,
bas tailed for America.
Mai Rebecca Minis and Miss Fannie
Minis have left Vineyard Highlands and
are now In Baltimore
Mra. C. Lurten Jones, Ml** Gertrude and
Muster Catesby Jones, who have been nt
Plowing Hock during the summer, are
now at Lenoir
Mr Jonn l Stoddard nd Mtaa Isabel
Stoddard, after spending the summer at
Oreenbrier White Sulphur Springs, have
returned to their horn* in Washington
Mrs Hampton L. Ferrtll. Mlws Flaw no-,
and Miss Margaret Ferrtll, ara now In
Mr* Pascal ft. Srons haw come In from
Beaulieu, to spend the winter tn town, at
Ilk Jones street, east.
Mr* Joseph Huger will cleyse her sum
mer home In Bluffton and return to the
city to-morrow, accompanied by Mtss Clr
mow Huger and Mr. Percy Huger.
Mine Eu*t. McAlptn, who h ,e been stay,
lug in Asheville for tha past fortnight,
returned horns Thursday.
Mrs Dant-'l Ilopps ard Mlaw Mary
Hopps will go North this week. Mis
Hopps will at end next winter tn New
Ytrk while ML* tP pps a'tend* school,
and Mr. Dan Hopps pursues his course
at Columbia College
Mra. W, W. Mavkad will return from
Vir* ~i* about the ttrst of O- toner. after
-pending the summer at her country home
The latnri ”
Mrs Thomas Clay. Miss Ktixa Clay an-1
Mtsw Carrie Clay, who have been making
i very pleasant stay at Saluda. returned
Mr* 8 P Goodwin wilt go North the
; rstof October to vans her daughter. Miss
Caroline laave Goodwin, who arrived re
••ntly from Europe, nigl will be in New
York r.cxt winter Mia# Nina Goodwin
end Mis* Margaret Goodwin sre in Hol
liikl for a month, having left Paris on the
lith. and exp* t to salt from Rotterdam
about the middle of rest month.
Mis H M Branch Mrs J. L Bexton
and Mr H M Bran ti have g.me from
'•ld Sweet Spring- V© . to till loti Springs,
M Emm, It Hopkins who Is row
with Mr* Henry Wlleon Hodge in New
York will return home this week
Mrs Murray McGregor (Bewart aral her
children are visiting In YVarrenton, Va
Mrs J B Wither* who ha* been vis
iting in Lancaster, and more recently tn
Tampa, resumed home in the early part
of th week Mta* Irene Withers la vis
iting friends In P-wgnee. Tenn
Mrs G \| Sorrell, after spending the
summer at Saratoga, ta now tn New York
Dr J p Waring returned Friday from
Blue Ridge Summit
Mrs N A raps- and Miss Nina Pape,
who are now In New York, will return
horns tn a few dw\*.
Mias Blanch Mohr ha* returned "from
8t Louie where she was ma and of honor at
her cousln'e wedding
Mr. Btdnev Ktuhh*. who has heeti study
ing ut ier Mr Ormond B Strong a t High
lands. N. C . for hla Yale examination*,
left for New Haven with Mr fttrong Fri
day Mr tMrong will return to the city
Mra Harris Cope and Master George
Cope are at home again from Griffin
where they have been staying for some
weeks with Mra Mills Mr* Copst and
her little son will go North tn a few day*
to Join Mr*. George Cope and Mr* James
M Hunter at Mlll'rton. N Y
Dr Craig Barrow of 8t Joseph's Hos
pital, Baltimore. Dr. Hall of Baltimore,
and Mr Julian Chisholm, who have been
spending some time In the city, left Fri
day for a etuis# tn neighboring water*.
Mf* Thomas Cuthhert of Bluffton ta
the guest of Mr. and Mr* Tracy G. Hun
Mr and Mrs Julian fb-hley and Master
Ijr mhe ft- hlcy returned yeaterday from
New York, after a delightful summer at
Highland Fall* and Saratoga
Mrs. Edward Frost expect* to go to
Charleston this week to vlalt relatives
Mrs. Waring. Mrs P A. Waring and
Master* Alston and Charles Waring re
turned last night from Baltimore.
Mlse Margaret Owens Is the guest of
Mr*. W. W. Owen* In Bluffton.
Mrs. Arthur Overton and Mis* Paulin#
Overton reached home Tuesday from Sa
luda. where they have been staying dur
ing the hot months.
Mr. Charles Ellis returned from New
Mrs. E A Cult* and Mr Walker Cut!©,
who have been In Saratoga all summer,
are at home again The Mlsse* Ernestine
and Ella Clare Cult* and Master Hamil
ton Cutts have returned from a visit to
Mr*. W. O. Brewer and Ml** Km* Break
er nr* vlaltlng Mr*. tJ. H M'l.aw* In
Mr* E. I) larttlmore, Dr H*l*ton Bal
timore anil Mr. William Tealtlmore arrived
honv )t night from a two month*' tour
Mr Wlllaqd Sullivan. who returned re
cently from Fenn*ylvan!a. I*ft a f*w day*
•go for Atlanta. wh*r* h will enter th*
ft -hool of T**hnolo*y.
Mr*. I*. T Huhbtl! returned horn* dur
ing th* week from a *umm*r at I'nadllla,
Mr* J W r>anl*l r*turn*<l horn* la*t
night from a month at th* North*™ re
Mr*. Frank U Pl-kerln* who ha* b**n
vUltlng h*r *it*r Mr* F-dward Randall,
at Bergen Beach. N J . will aatl for horn*
on th* City of Augunea Tueaday Bater
Mr and Mr*. Pickering will vUlt relative*
Ml** Kara Charlton expect* to r*turn
Saturday from Now York wh*r* *h* ha*
b*-*n *taylng !nce leaving latk* Chautau
Dr. and Mr*. J. B Howklna. Mat*r
John and M*t*r Hayward Howklna. af
ir a V |lt to Mr*. J Guerard H*yward.
are now at th*lr own horn* on Liberty
Mr F M Pougan and MU* Alle* Dou
aan tailed for N*w York yeeierdav Ml**
IfcHigan I* on h*r way to Oeimdntoa’n.
wh*r* *h attrnd* Mr* Pripp* 1 w'hool
Mr* C. A. B. Umar, who ha* l>**n at
Saratoga all aumm*r. I* now In N*w
Ml* Janl* Kollook and Ml** Marta Kol
lo, k ar* rnjoylng th* fall w**k at Blow
Mr and Mr* Hayward Byrah and th*lr
lamllv will return frttn Bluffton Wrdnea
day to *p*nd th* winter In Bavannah
Mr*. P B Hull and Mia* B. H. Hull
returned Friday from th* North
MU* Julia W. Hart ridge allied for New
York Thumday After a day or two there.
*h* will go to Pnughkeepai*. to re*umo
her ttudlea at Vaer.
Mr* John Hopkln*. who ha* haen •lay
ing with Mr*. M M Hopklne at Ahe
vtll*. will return home thl* week.
Mr*. Cecil Oabbetl and her family have
gone to Tryon. N. C., from Brevard.
Mi*a Annie Maclean, who la the gue*t
of Ml** Grace Smith in Abbeville, will
probably remrn home next week.
Mta* Anna M Alpm will come over from
Bluffton to-morrow, to be the gueat of her
cou*ln, MU* Kti**n M Alpln for everal
week*, until Mr ami Mr*. Henry McAl
pln. with whom he will *pend the win
ter, return to the city.
Mr Donald Hauer* and Mr Harry Ru
eta railed Tuesday for New York, from
where they will go to Connecticut to at
tend Taft'a School
Mr H W d*Bauur* Ford of Au
gueta arrived Tue*d.iy to apend th* win
ter In Bavannah.
Mr* A F Br>l and her family are vt*-
Itlng Mr*. M 1.. Boyd In Oxford.
Maj. and Mrs J. R Bhe I don left Tuea
day for New York
Mr. Grat* Dent tailed Tueaday for New
Yoik on hi* way to Yale.
Mr. and Mr*. George C. Freeman re
turned Tuerday after apendlng aeveral
week* at the North.
Mr*. A N Barku* went North Mon
day for a May of aeveral week*.
Mi Alexander K l-awton te’urr.ad Mon
dai after apend.ug fame week* at the
Mr. Chart#* Willuox and MU* Myra
THE MORNING NEWS: SEN DAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1900.
J 4 Broughton Street, West.
Our fall importations are here, and
would be pleased to have each and
every one's verdict on same.
All the latest styles in Walking Skirts.
Double-faced Oxford for Golf Skirts.
Most exclusive designs in Flannel
Newest Paris Trimmings.
Special line of Black Goods.
willcox left Monday for Greenville, where
Ml** Willcox will attend school during
the coming term
Mr* W l> Stmktn*. Mis* Annie Slm
kln* and Master Neyle Hlmklna r * , “ rn *' ,
from Baltimore Monday after • delight
fill summer at E.gleamrre, In tha moun
tains of Pen nay Ivan la
Mr Gordon Carson left Monday to en
ter the fnlverslty of Georgia at Athens
MU* Georgia Ch.rKon haa r '' ,u^ n ' <l
fr-tn a visit to friend# at Rock Hill, n
Miss Alice West, who haa heen summer
ing at Blowing Rock, will return tin*
Mr an* Mr* W E OurH Mt
Mt Jackson. Va . ©nd are now tn Balti
Mr J Wallace Comer ha# returned
from a visit of several week* nt Suwannee
Mr and Mrs George W Tiedeman. Mtss
Inex and Maeter George Tlsd man r
turned Monday Irom Baltimore, after a
pleasant aummer tn the mountains or
Mra A. P Adams has gone so New
The following notice from the Cortland.
N Y.. Evening Staalard of Sept. 13. wul
Interest the many friends of the bride tn
The wedding of Mtsa Carol ynn Rene
Kellogg youngest daughter of Mr and
Mrs Henry M Kellogg end Mr. Walter
ol lgr*ngburg, whif.!
occurred Ms* evening al the First Meth
odist Church, was the most brilliant ao
rtal event of the season, and one of the
prettiest, most elaborate and tmpreaslv#
weakling* ever a.ylemntxed in t ortlnnd
More than four hundred Invitation# had
been Issued, rfnd betw-een three and four
hundred people were present at the church
to wlttie** the ceremony The usher#
were: Messrs Charles C. Wk-kwlre and
Burt L Nouroe of Cortland. Harry J
Barber of Homer, and Boy fltowetl of
Pots. lam. Mr O H.rry Garrlaon of
Troy, whs heat man and Miss Grace An
na Dunbar of Cortland, was maid of hon
or. The ribbon bearers were Mia* Grace
Wallace an-1 Mis* Elma Darby of Cort
land. an-1 little Ml** Eleanor Putter >f
flayannah. On., a niece of the bride ace-1
aa flower girl. Shortly after
S o'clock the bridal party en
tered the church tn the following order:
The usher*. Mer# Wick wire and Bar
ber. Nourse and Sloweil. then the rlhhon
hearere-Mlto. Grace Wallace wearing a
white muslin de sole ami Mtsa Him Dar
by tn a dress of pink crepe, and both car
rying pink and white rtbhon; the flower
girl, dreaned all In whit# ami carrying
white carnation*: then the maid of honor
followed by the bride leaning upon th
arm of her father They were met rtt
the altar hy the groom and hi* beat man
and the ceremony which wa a modlfl-d
form of the Episcopal service With the
ring, waa performed by Rev. L. H Peirce,
D D . father of the groom, aaalsted by
Hev. Dr O A Hough*on. paator of the
Flrat Methodla* Chufch. Among
the guest© from out of the city
who attended the wedding, and were pres
ent at the reception were Mr and Mrs
J C Puder and daughter. Eleanor, of
Mia* Anna Harmon returned Tuesday
from New York, after spending a month
or two nt Chautauqua and laike George
Mta* Phl'.omena Mulhrln of Auguara.
who ha* been visiting Mis* Rourke on
Hasten afreet, returned home Friday.
Mr E H Hinton and hi* two son* re
turner! Monday from New York.
Ml** Nellie Harly will return to-morrow
to New York where she will resume her
studies tn volca culture under Virgil.
Mra. J T. Shuptrlne and Mis* Janie
Shuptrlne. who went to Atlanta last week
to meet Ml* Eula flliuptrltie upon hr ar
rival from the West, will remain In At
lanta until the Aral of October
Mtsa Florence Whitehead, after two or
three month# at the Norm, returned Tue
Mr C W. fMuasy returned Friday after
a fortnight at the North
Mr and Mr* A P Solomon*, who have
been staying nt Wayneavllle. are now at
the Bon Air In Asheville
Mr and Mr* William Roger# who have
be n at Saratoga for some time, have gone
to New York for the fa-1
Mrs 8 A Einstein. Mis* Ruth and Miss
Hvnnah Klnateln are In Atlantic Pity.
Mta* J. C. Furae. who ha* been North
mnet of the summer, rei timed home Tuea
Mr Joseph E Harty ha* returned from
Mr* J J. McDonough left Tuesday for
THE BEE HIVE,
St- Julian and Whitaker Street#.
Our Mr. N. Schutz returned yesterday
from New York, where he bought
A STOCK OF GOODS
WAY BELOW USUAL PRICES.
Some of It has arrived already, and the
balance will be here during this week.
Our customers will get the benefit
of the bargains.
.\ Store closed to-morow (Monday)
on account of holiday.
Near York to be absent at Ih* North un
til about tn* mi idle of November
Mr* J W Bank* left yeaterday for
Mr 8 p Kehoe returned Friday from
New York after a atay of two or three
weeks at the North,
Mr Robert F Schlrm Is among the Ba
vantiahlan* who have entered the Enl
verslty of Georgia for t#e coming term
Mr, John Flannery returned Monday
Mr Henry Levy went North yesterday
with hi* son. Mr Sidney Levy, who l to
enter the Mount Pleasant Unitary Acad
emy at Sing Sing.
Mr and Mr*. Ralph VanKeuren and
Ml** Birdie Van Keuren returned Tues
day from New York.
Mr* M A Ambrose, who haa been at
Suwannee Springs for a fortnight, return
ed a short time ago
Mrs II P Salas and Mrs Rafael Sals*
left for New York Friday
Mlsa Renta Boatwright, who has been
visiting her alster. Mrs Clancy, ha* re
turned to her home In Edgefield. S C.
Mr and Mr* J. R Morton have returned
to the city, after spending the summer
at thetr horn* in Virginia.
Ml** Nannie Mullarkey of Augusta will
arrive this week to vlalt her alster. Mr*.
J F Hfrty. Mtss Mullarkey ta on her
way to Europe to make an Indefinite atay
Mr* F S Jette left Friday for Macon.
Dr. and Mrs. F C. Exley have returned
to the city after spending three weeks al
Mr John Reharer will sail for New York
to-morrow to continue his musical atud
ie* at the New York Conservatory.
Mrs. W A Blstiee has gone to Sara
Mr. Thomas Kavanaugh ha* returned
to Emory Collect, at Oxford.
Mr and Mta. D. B Lester are spending
some time at White Hprtnge. Fla
Ml* Delannoy Is now visiting tn At
lanta after a pbasant stay In Thomaaton.
Mr A 8 Bacon ha* returned from Hen
Mr. and Mra Edward L. Byck and their
family will return this week from New
■ © ■
Ml-s Mary Donovan entertained delight
fully with a muslcale Thursday evening
In honor of Mlsa Alice O Moran of
Charleston. 8 C. Delightful solo* were
rendered by Mr* T. P Wlekenherg. Mis*
Eva Malls, and Mr. George Beckett, Mr
James Goodman, and Mr. W. Lebby Col
Miss Nellie Welsh returned home tn the
natty part of the week, after a pleasant
trip to New York.
Mra. Arthur Well and her children will
return home to-Morrow ©fter an absence
of two r threw months, chiefly in thn
Mtss Mary Agnes Bell and little Mas
ter Charln* Bell left yeaterday to vlalt
Mr*. Black tn Chqrleaton.
Mt** Agnes Brewer, who ha* been vis
iting her aunt. Mr*. M L. Boyd In Ox
ford. returned borne a short lime ago
Mr and Mr*. T. P. Wt.-kenberg an-1
thetr family, who have made their home
In Bavannab for a number of year*, will
leave this week for Charleston, where
hev grill reside hereafter
Ml** Katie O'Brien returned home dur
ing the week from New York, where she
spent several week* very pleasantly.
Master Constant Alphonse Ollvero* en
tertained a number of hi* little friend*
Monday afternoon, the occasion being his
fifth birthday Those present were,
Mlese© Guaale Groover. Alma Broughton.
EHe Dupont, Ruth Petrino. Lillian An*-
yer. Alma Ollvero*. Gertrude Grantham
md Maerer* Horatio Olmtead. Carl
Btult*. Tra -y Broughton, Sidney Lee, Ce
cil Btrohhar. and Oliver Dupont.
Miss Genevieve Hefifernan la the gueet
of Mr* M E. Callaway In Macon
Mra Henry Holomon ha* left Asheville
and la now In New York, the gueat of her
daughter. Mra. Fred Davl*.
Mr#. E H Smith and Mia# Tereaa
Smith, who have heen summering at
Rtilnebeck-on-the-Hudeon, returned home
Mlsa Llia Caban!** returned from New
York last evening after a delightful sum
mer. moil of which was spent at tha Vir
Mta* Bessie Whitley, who has heen tak
ing a summer courae at the New Tork
con*ervatory of Music, returned home a
few day# ago.
Mr* Ferdinand Well and Mt* Rlt©
IQ Broughton Street, West. Georgia Phone 166.
Monday Being a Holiday, Our Store Will Be Closed.
Real French Zibeline, in castor, green
and grey, a very stylish fabric, 54
inches wide, worth sl-75, at
51.25 * yard
50-inch Granite Cloths
52-inch Broadcloths ! 4 W, ‘ l,,B * ,U “*
52-inch Heather Homespuns.) QQp V(|
52-inch Venetians vull
100 pieces Dress Goods, comprising
all the newest effects for tailor-made or
other dresses, on our bargain counter
at 59c. Better see these goods be
fore they’re gone.
A Special Silk Event.
On sale Tuesday morning, a line of Black, White and Colored Taffeta
Silks, that were made to sell at $1 a yard, this week your choice at 69c
We are now ready in our famous
Ready-to-wcar Department with the
newest ideas in correct tailored ap
Handaome stylish made dresses at
(Blouse Suits are the real tiling.)
See our iinc of
and Flannel Waists
|[ MIiKD DVlKil
will interest you. No trouble to show
Ladies’ Walking Hats, in black, grey
and castor, must be seen to be ap
preciated, at 98c
An immense variety of Children’s
School Hats, in grey, castor and
red, at 60c
Well are at home again after a pleasant
summer at Schroou Lake
Miss Margaret Connor. Mias Jennie
Sirou* and Mrs Jette ami her children,
returned during the week from Blowing
Rock. N. C., where they have been amend
ing the summer.
A delightful supper was enjoyed Tiles
day evening it Thunderbolt by Miss Alice
O Moran. Miss K' i Mi la. Mr Alec Me-
Ponell. Mr Ed Hum and Mr and Mrs
Mrs. I O Haas. Miss Haxet and Master
Herman and Walter Haas, who have been
summering at Blue Mountains, Mil , are
ui home again
Miss Nell Halliard will be at home In a
few days after a pleasant visit to rela
tives In Chstlesion. and will open school
Oct. 1 at Barnard and Henry streets,
Mrs. O'Donoghue and Miss Nan Rich
ardson spent the past wn weeks In Wash
ington. D. C., as ths guests of Mr and
Mrs. Frank J. Hogan Mrs. O'Donoghue
Is now visiting friends in I'pper Georgia,
where shei will remain until Sept >
Mias Nan Richardson was welcomed
home yesterday, after having apent a de
lightful summer traveling through Can
ada and the Vnked States.
Little Miss Ruth Harvey gave a pleas
ant party In honor of her eighth birthday
Tuesday afternoon at her home. 11l Park
avenue, west. Among the small guests
Brown. Miss Madge Hicks. Miss
Marie Thomas. Miss Sarah Mis
ters. Miss Maud Wyness, Miss
Lorain* Auerbach, Miss Marion Auer
bach. Miss Fannie Harmon. Mi** Ruby
Webb, Miss Ruth Wyness. Masters Char
ll* Webb. Oeorge Clark. James Ie roy
Sherwood. John Webb. Arthur Harv*y,
Carl Tillman and Leroy Brown.
Dr. and Mrs R. P. Ollveroe and Miss
Rita Ollveroa. who have been away for
several weeks In the Thousand Islands
and In New York, are at home again
Mrs I. A Solomons, the Misses Solo
mons and Masters Henry and Jo< S
merns Jtnv* returned from Waynesvlllc.
Miss Ed* Dargsn and Miss Elisabeth
Clinch, who have been guests of Mr and
Mrs T P- Wickenburg, have returned
Mrg. E. H. Abrahams Miss Perla Abra
hams and Mr Edward Abrahams are at
home again, after an enjoyable stay in
Ml * Mary Teresa Bryan and Mt. Th..m
as H M'Olnley were very quietly mar.
ried early Wednesday morning. Rev. Fa
ther Carey performed the ceremony,
which took place at the t'athedral of Si
John the Baptist at half after o’clock
The only attendants were the maid of
honor. Mis* Jrssle Knight, and Mr. Joe
ep F McOlnley. the groom's hrother. who
acted as best man Them was a small re
ception Wednesday evening to the Inti
mate friends of the bride and groom at
the home of th** btlde's mother. Mr* Mar
gatet Bryan. 4K Price street Mr. and
Mr* McOlnley will rtslde at L'lo West
Ml*s Wayna O'Nslll left Wednesday to
resume her studies at the Georgia Ndrmal
and Industrial College, MtlUdgevllle.
Mis* Moran of Charleston. 8. C, who
ha* been the guest of Miss Eva Malta
for the iift few weeks, returned to her
heme this morning
Mr*. N J DeWald and daughter* will
return home Sunday from North Carolina,
lacing spent a delightful summer In
Waynesvllle and Asheville. N. C.
Mrs R L. t'ooper has returned to th*
city after a very pbasant visit to rela
tives in Dalton
Mrs Frank H Williams left Thursday
night to spend a few weeks In Johnson
Mrs John Gray Stelnheimer has return
l to Savannah after spending several
w ok* most deiightfu ly with her mother,
Mrs. Anna L. Scott In Asheville.
I’HEJI DICC AGAINST FRIDAY.
How It Shnns In Travel on Railroads
anti Stenmsliipa Lines.
From ih* San Francisco Chronicle.
Camille Klammarton states In one of hi*
books that on Friday travel In France,
even local travel. Is almost entirely sus
pended; that the aupersiltlon of a people
acknowledged to he Irreligious la such that
It win not permit them to commence a
Journey or any undertaking on this Ill
It I* ari Interesting question how far
this superstition exists In the free ami
breexy West The great West Is supposed
to be Irreligious yet even In California
ths strict Presbyterians of the founder
■>f th* Pullman Company permits no
card playing In Its cars on Sunday except
In the drawing room, where the sensibili
ties of other travelers will not h* offend
'd nor their tool mtnnet* corrupted by
evil cmmunlcillon. Yet there is a rule
against the singing of hymn*, which
might h. quite as distasteful to neighbors
of other opinion*.
Inquiry at the various transportation
40 inch All Wool Black Figured Serge,
worth 65c, at... • 49c
$2.00 Imported Black French Crepons,
this week— . SI.2S
Priestley’s Silk-warp Eudora, Drap
d’Alma and Melrose, worth $2.00 a
yard, at.... —•••••• $ | ,49
42*inch Rain-proof Cheviots, worth
65c, at 49c
Special, 52-inch English Etamine,
worth $2-25, at - .... $1.49
Full width all silk black Taffeta, wear
guaranteed, worth $1.25 a yard, at.. -97 c
Large size Doylies at 25c per dozen.
10c Glass Toweling a yard.
All Linen Table Napkins, the $2 kind,
at SI. 23 a dozen.
60-inch All Linen Table Damask, worth
65c, at 49c.
Turkey Red Table Damask, 2 % & 5 yard
lengths, worth 50c a yard, at 33c.
Extra heavy all linen Huck Towels,
worth 25c, at 19c.
Boys’ and Girls' Black Ribbed School
Hose 8c; worth 15c.
Pretty line new Outings,(all patterns, at 10c
Unbleached Cotton Flannel, worth 10c,
Best quality French Flannels, all the
new colors. 75c.
Ladies’ Fancy Hose, very stylish, worth
30c, at 19c.
All Silk Baby Ribbon, black and colors,
lC a yard, or 45c a bolt of 50 y’ds
Children’s School Handkerchiefs, fancy
borders, 35c a dozen.
Rear*’Snap tic a rake , EnalUh Pina Sc a paper
mireir a Tonth Powder tic I Brea* Bone be a dozen
Turklab Bath SoaptHc I SafetjPln* 1c admen
companies reveal* the fact that so far at
the traveling public of San Francisco Is
concerned the prejudice against stsrtlrg
anywhere on Friday la confined almost en
tirely to women; that the** women are
generally middle-aged: that they com*
from the middle class of society, and that
almost Invariably they are not Western
era. In short, the New England tourist*
ha* a prejudice against Friday
Ever sin. Is Christ was crucified an 1
Friday and hangmen the work! over cho*a
Friday for the execution of condemn**!
■ rlmtnals tome people hove consider*! ••
th* unlucky. Inauspicious and 111-fated day
of the week Except for those who cher
ish the memory of relatives who wera
hanged on that day and the numerous
other* who associate Friday with a mea
ger diet, there seems no good reason n!>t
Friday should not be a* popular as arf
of the six other days. Ths free and *e,T
unsuperstltlous Wssternsr. who spend* M
time worrying about so-eailed omr* pr*-
serve* few prejudices. To him Friday
was not forever ruined by the rrucllt I'* 1 '*
of Christ, but Is quite a* good a* * n)r
The man of determination, the mm** 1
knows what hk intends to do and *'*•
about doing It, rellea upon his own essr
tlona, honestly put forth, and doe* rot
wait for auspicious signs and lu k tok
ens He wears no abracadabra largimf
from hi* neck, no rabbit’s fot front h
watch-charm, and the sensible soma#
doea not shudder at peacock feather*
room decorations, opal* for Jswel- l|
table, nor worry over the appalUn* *'•'
nlfleanc* of a broken mirror, the * ght
a white hearse, of a croas-eyad woman #
an umbrella opened Indoors and of hun
dreds of other luck sign* that *'me ft* 4 *
pie ar* wont to see add take stock In
All the fool* and crank* of the
have among them enough bad-:urk token,
to terrify themaalves at everv Mrn * ;
every nvunent of the day. could they p ,
exchange lists pf evil signs krosn an
cherished by th* Ignorant and *" p#r * i ,’ ]
tloue fine* the beginning of the •’or.-
Ih* Ir fears enable another part of >
human race to make a living out of t j
by catering to and playing upon uch f
II fa. The believer In algn* belong# to r"
great army of easy marks upon wi
a smaller army of fakirs Is constsn"*
—The Conservatives of Southern A bet
la. CaiKKls. have passed .■ resolution •* j
ing Hugh John MacDonald, the Manli<*J
premier, to re-enter politic*, with • '
to assuming the Conssrvaelve I**’ 1 * _
on the retirement of Blr Charles T