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I'BBACHBD nv THE HOI HE TO
HOI IK rHOTOUIIAPHEJt.
If. Ways Tlim Is no Haft Mkr
Horn* for Pasilllsr Family Picture
tnU‘-s—Hs W*fs Scarfs. Playa
mas. Rcal* Porlry or Inntala
, . tor ■ Mis Sympathy DlPtsies In
order lo list Ibe Ural Hraalta From
Hi. subject*—'Til* Noulk la thr
Ke , note of Expression — Women
I .ik Brat After Pronouncing thr
Word “Violets"—.Mrs Are Impro.-
a <1 by Repeating a (ioaorons Lalla
> * York. Sept. SR.—Tho newest phase
r - . rrrlslnir photography Is thn camera
„ i who tracks the well-to-do family to
. country residence, with a view to
i rg what he calls familiar home stial-
I ' hem, by the light of anew process,
j, a ay* turns up with letters of Intro
, M n and recommendation from eml
, ,i aders of society, and not a few
i r. of royalty who have sat before his
camera. He has Ingratiating arguments
t the effect that no subject Is at his or
yr h ■< In the artlflctal and unaccustom
ed environment of a studio. Surroundings
j ..ays Influence a sitter's thoughts to In-
I advantage or proportionate dlsad
according as tha background Is
l pathetic or not.
!( U pre-eminently an artistic looking
w. tlila Raphael of the camera. In
i nr contrast to the city photographer,
who seldom dresses or shaves up to his
1 ness. Hla enterprising rival usually
•* ts a Quartter Latin beard. liair a trifle
!., a carclraa and pl.-turesque necktie
• and takes every subject with reverent ae
i. ness. He hnMly decries the crude
lent*, tame painted scenery and stagy
( ritura of the conventional studio, and
' ne cases out of ten this reasoning
, right down with the country house
r- lent, who is further amused and In
• ed hv the Infinite pains the picture
r r Is at, and the elaborate schemes he
r ve* to achieve a unique result.
The Psychic Movement.
The home studio aril-t usuallv spenls
f . ■ with his subjects, studying their
• res and varying moods, the house
■ mi, nnd discussing groups and sln
v n ihe camera appears on the scene.
I the new theory of Inviting . xpres
( I as It Is called, Is brought Into ae
t -mpicyment. It la a theory nf Irsfl-s
--i i j agreeable emotions by pleasant
is. odors, color schemes, etc. When
i mtographer has ordered a youthful
I . Into her pose, he subtly places a
1 i of pale pink roses In her view or or
ders a servant to wave a baby blue llb
carf In her range of vision. Prompt
r she responds to a pleasurable sens.i
--• evoked by the sight of the tender
< r and a superlatively charming llke
i i* obtained.
■e. \ err. It Is not always the baby
I e .rf or the pink roses that produce
•> .1 glibly termed the psychic moment,
t .1 ” icnt temtieram* nts are differently
, ■ i ami the man tiehlnd the lense lias
. -s methods at his command for
• i.g your temperament.” One sub
i will only respond to tnueic, and men.
i,|. are susceptible to Its charms;
. • r one arouses to certain lines of
| i v a hen read aloud, while nervous
i -n an never be photographed on a
The Vlaale Word.
\S h n It Is settled beyond argument that
• • l idor or movement vibrates most
I niomously with your spiritual make
ii > her a plate of doughnuts, a sheaf
. in- the moonlight sonata or “Hello
M ii„|,y.” it then Iwcomrs neceaaary. ae
. r g to this new gospel of the came
n give the word that casta the lips
i .1 t dr most natural pose.
ur artist photographer the mouth
1 tiling, thr kfyootr he calif It.uni
i • ii -ilnet of every subjet. directly on
I rig a |Hwe, Is to drag, twist, or stlfTen
< lips Into a hard, affected or simpering
1 To overcome this defect a whole
, • of single word* and sentences has
1 mpiled, and the sitter Is enmmand
•i • speak a piiee at signal and then,
- i.e niial word or letter slips from the
I Hie muscle* of the mouth assume
I rejHse. the line of the lips that curve
• i rauty, which softens and naturalises
t whole face Mo to speak.
With women the word "violets'' spoken
I • g.title tope will, as a mle. lend the
I dli Its happiest arrang-ment. while
•• h liberate and clear dcclamatloti of the
•'ii. motto on tha coins of the United
i • casta bearded llpti Into a sort of
t i atul heroic mould befitting the ms
-■ .n nature. These, however, are but
1 ' - vample* of the words and phrases
' i . minonly used In the new science
• an of photography. Whether or not
i any valu* In method, it I**
Inconlrovertabie that the picture*
t by the. exponents of these novel
• an ure delightfully successful.
The I*hotowrn plier'a Harvest,
tint of families have come hack from
' r outings of last summer wlih outdoor
hat are more properly called pastoral
■ rails of the Brown ups and young
f ire worth the effort and good price
tided on them. The consequence has
> • distinctly detrimental to the city
I ".crapher. for the man with u studio
. p up expects tilwnys at this season
he year, when wanderers are gegt.ng
lo town, a rush of custom and one
I -Mon able picture taker talked bltterb
*■- n -1 his Itinerant fellow artist.
b has cut under us terribly,” said a
• pried photographer, "because he has
\... n-es of a studio and he asks as
' t for hla plates as we do. At this sea
• w u-uaily are huay with the children
•ml parents, who want a likeness of
oys and girls In all the robust beau
-nltlng from ibe country life and sun-
There are hundreds, too, who have
a raft of new friend during the
'• lys and hove promised their likeness
hip! left, and you would be surprls
know whet a boom the summer crop
r-igemems are to us. The majority
rs have their likenesses taken epe
for one another, or they pose to
and order the plate broken, ami
b these pleasant elements that give
tdness Its autumn activity.
' year we have had one sitter where
ir we had five, for the rich harvest
ily groups and fat babies, ami fond
has been neatly reaped by ths men
ike the house to house rourds In
mry and promulgate the new doc
"lat there Is no plare like home for
your picture taken.”
''•rsvheard Is a family medlclnt with
•4 a prominent b nines, man r*a
' > My wifa cases It, aad 1 Bodes
• i* enjoying bsHer health than for
Tha childrao keep well by taking
'irtvb-ard may be obtained at all drug
*' : o or w Mta tmus for It. H*paa Drug
to -. wd* prop*., Savannah, Ida. M>X
Jsabannah illornimj -X'cttis.
WUN’T LAST LONG. sfflh GSgr* rf IRISH POINT
PURE LINEN f | // si Bureau Scarfs and Shams, beautifully ap
hemstitched and p' iqued and embroidered tand worth 50c
eac h* A each.
BLROUGMIOM fir BULL ffifc
OUR FALL OPENING
Demonstrated beyond a doubt the superiority of this store, and established beyond all question that ADLEK’S is the fashionable
store for all kinds of wearing apparel for Men, Women and Children. Beautiful MILLINEKY, GOWNS, SUITS, CAPES, .JACKETS,
WAISTS, CLOTHING, HATS, SILKS, DKESS GOODS, Laces, Passementrics, Trimmings, Gloves and Furnishing Goods exhibited at the
opening, will he placed on sale at prices that will forcibly demonstrate that we have no competition in values. Exclusive individual
garments and rare novelties that cannot he duplicated elsewhere will he marked at prices that will find ready buyers.
Is a revelation of pleasing styles and
charming effects. It has been pro
nounced by ladies who attended the
initial display as the most perfect Mil
linery exhibit ever seen in Savannah.
There is a touch of elegance about it
that appeals to every woman of taste
and refinement. Dainty, bewitching
styles that were selected in person by
our buyers from Vierot, Marecot Soeurs,
Caroline Reboux and Loys Soeurs in
a great variety of shapes and effects,
are here, and only here, for your inspec
tion and choice.
wru.4 Floor. • Elevator Service.
Newest Things in
Dress Goods and Silks.
Wonderful assortment of Black and Colored Dress
Goods and Silks in an immense variety of weaves and
patterns, in numberless colors and effects, a showing
not equalled by any other house, and the price remark
ably small, considering the extreme excellence and desir
ability of the fabrics.
Black Silk Taffeta*, Art" weava, 1
Black Bilk Taffeta, heavy weight, re
I,volts' Black Taffeta,*, (wear guaran
tecil). Beguiar 11. quality; Monday,
Black Peau Da Sole. ReveralM*. all pure
silk. Heavy weight; apeclal at
Pllg Taffetii.. ft rich heavy lustrous
high grad*' quality; In exclusive wait;
patterns; street and evening .hades,
All different styles of Battenberg pot
terns Entire wbls* and sleeves to match,
tlo ends, center pieces, yoke*, etc.
Puchisw braid In white, creom on 1
black nI so thr.o.t nnd buttons to match-
A pretty line of Mexican drawn work,
piece* from 30c to 118.00.
Zephyrs In all colors, Sc Up.
All new shades In Shetland floss, lie
Stlkalln* in all color*. 7‘sc y*rd.
Bed embroidery cotton, fo* color, lo
Stamped pillow shtuna. SSc pair.
Battenherg BrwM In linen. lc Virt-
Irish point scarfs and aqimres. 3W- piece.
Colton ball fringe, all colors. Sc yard.
Children * Pat and Kid Tip Button and
guaranteed *>d *U-
Mts.es sue*. UW >2. Bo >‘ Bch#o '
Shoes. 11 to PA. H-W
M n', Vlci Kid. Tan and Black, hanfl
welts. Dec. 3. and
SAVANNAH, GA., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER flO, 1000.
English Home Hputi Cheviot*. very su
perior grade tn mixtures of color*; a very
popular fabric with *pl*nd!d wearing qual
ities. and a great value. EOc.
Frwtch Koute Cloth, anew weave, medi
um weight; It* (Ireen. Castor. Porce
lain Hlu* Claret, t'ambrldge Urey and
Marine Blue. 4 inches wide, JI.W.
All Wool Oolf Cloth*; the real ralny
day skirt fabric; all widths, |t 2., to |l.is>
Black Storm Serge, 38 Incliiw, 25c.
Imported Black Serge*. h> new weave*:
Vicuna. Diagonal, Soriana, Imperial. *tc.
Reduced to 7ic.
Black Crepon*. with ft heavy blister
weave, and a rich glossy finish; worth
from *2.00 lo *2.50; sell for *1.25.
I.lsle Thread and Kina Colton loidie*'
Hose, solid Mai'k. tan*, stripes, figure*
and fancy colored, plain and Richelieu rib
bed. full regular made, double soles, toea
and beets, extra high spliced, worth 35e.
all shies, at
Children's Fast Bla. k fine rib school
Hose, high spliced h"cla and toes, and
double-knee, sues 5,0 4. Hpeclal prlc*.
Boy'a Black Bibbed Hose, warranted
fast and stainless, extra heavy lor school
Children's Fins Bibbed Black Hose.
Spliced heels and toes.
Children s lse*. $ to I *1
Children's sites. *H to U H *2
Misses' sue*. *> * 1 10
jAttla Gents site*. * to l* l * 1 10
Touth*' Heel. ***** U to 1
80/* - Heal, sua* fitUiW *'*'
AT CUT PRICES-Second Floor.
First (trade Grammar Hehnul.
Barnes First Reader (Oct.) l*c
Cyr'a First Reader, new edition
Second Grade Grammar School,
Barnes' Second Reader (Oct.) J3c
■tlcknoy's Be.-ond Header, new edition
Merrill's Interim'Hot* Copy llnok A,
double-ruled (Oet.) *c
Merrlll's intermetll.its copy Book No.
I. double-rule.l (Keb.) Ic
Third tirade Grammar School.
Barnes' Third Reader (Oet.) 47e
Holmes' Third Reader (March) 37c
Reed's Word Lessons 23c
Montetth’s First Lessons tn Geogra
phy 1 23c
S.dlter's Geography No. 1 Me
Ni holsona Intermediate Arithme
Fourth Grade Grammar School.
Barnes' Fourth Reader IKI-
Reed's Word lessons Me
Frye's Klements of Urography Sic
Robinson’s New Practical Arith
Thompson's Mental Arithmetic 23e
Lyte's Elementary English Me
Fifth Grade Grammar School.
Barnes' Fifth Reader lie
Beet's Word Lesson* 23c
Lyte's Elementary English 23e
Frye's Klements of Geography *l>*
Chamliers' Hchool History of United
Bu*ller's Primary History of United
R-shtnson'a New Practical Arlth
met b- fle
ThMn|on's Intellectual Arithmetic... 33c
Book Bag" *c. 150 25c
Hook Straps. <c l°c
Children's School Companion Sue
Pencil Boxes, lfle. 150 2Se
lYnet! Sh.-irpener*. I*'. Sc 10c
Ink and Pencil Kraners. lc. 5c 10r.
Lead Pen. 11s. tc. 3o 3o
Our Busy Basement.
tThis week we offer you, for
one thousand Lamps.
Decorated Table Lamp, with 8-inch shade
and large burner, worth 81.25, go at 79c.
A beautiful Decorated Banquet Lamp, com
plete, with 9-mch globe and large burner,
worth 81.75, go at 98c*
At $4.98, we offer you something Extraordi
nary Fine in Banquet Lamps, see them and 11
you will buy.
Fancy shape Hall Lamps, complete with ipySa
burner and chimney, worth $1.25, at 79c#
In Onyx Top Brass Tables, we have a chance
f IT.' for you that may not come again this season.
\\J / We are offering a table, like cut, with a large
/D V Onyx Top, for $3.60 J thy are worth
The Chafing Dish. The true symbol 4 ‘ s^ r —
of good fellowship. See our line
you buy. We arc offering a nice one for T
$3.75, ,at * s worttl 85.00.
FIVE O’CLOCK TEA KETTLES. ALL BRASS,
WORTH $1.25, GO at 59C. f COMPLETE.
■ BASKETS ! We have something surpris.
IMlv cheap, in silk lined warn, lor this week only '* .
We offer one that is worth 50c.
Comes in three styles, at 25c.
[ For Monday ONLY, 10 to 11, SELEXO
<Uth ((rail* Grammar ftrhool.
Barnes' Fifth Reader (Oct.) Mr
Rrad's Word Lseson “I* -
Lyle's Elements of Grammar and
(YmiftosMlon *7 r
Frye's Completa Geography. iww
Robinson'* New Practlesl Arltb
M* rrlll’s Copy Book No. 5 (Get.) 7*'
Merrill’s C*>py Hook N**. 5 (Feb.) '*’
Reel s )\ onl la-ssons 23e
I'. 8 History, "Our Country.” pew
Sa.tller's Studies In United States
Lyte's Elements of Grammar and
Robinsons New Practical Arith
Frye's Complete Geography, new
edition 1 ’•*
Merrill's Buelnee* Forms No. 1 (Oct.) 7c
Merrill's Rust nee* Forms No. 2
lilt.ll M HOWL.
Collar * Danlell'a First Book Mr
Allen A Greenough's laiDn Gram
mar Shorter course '
Allen * Greenough's New Ceesar I 17
Greenough's New Virgil 1 39
Allen A Greenough's New Cicero.... IS3
Goodwin's Greek Gramm.ir 1 **
lA'ighton's Greek Lessons I 15
Goodwin's New Atmbaels 1 **
Hart's Rhetoric, new edition *7*:
Ss in*-ford's English Literature k'***-
Sainton's Outlines of History 1 37
Henderson'* Test Speller 170
Maury'* Physical Geography (Jan )...I 13
Lincoln's Physiology (Oct.) T3
Avery’s Elementary Physic* (May).., **<•
Sleek*’* Chemistry (May) Mo
Steele's Astronomy (Feb.) Me.
Wentworth'* New School Algebra 1 '*>
Wentworth'* Plana Geometry, re
Pen Wlp*' r * *
School Compaa*. se. 23c 2->c
Ruler*, lc. 3c **'
Sponges * c
Pen Holders, Ic.
H*ats Pencils, soapstone. * for I*'
teiskr 81 Me Pencil*. |“-r dogen I"''
Slate Pencil*, per
You Boy Furniture.
You will pay as much for common or ordinary styles
or designs in Furniture as the pick of the latest New
York creations with us. We make a special effort to
give you the very latest the market affords at a price
unexcelled by any.
Complete Dining Room Suit, 6 chairs, 1 china ffj QO
case, 1 sideboard. 1 extension table OJUiOO
This Chair in Rich Golden Thls tslra Ur * e * *%?s&**
ll jj Oak, Cam Seat. Carved j )lk S |p EBOARD| RfflSv
Jack, Fancy Trimmed silver Drawer JSgR)
H-H Spindles, worth, $1.50; phsh lined, lar<e(feggjjaL
Nrltw, , French Bevel Mir- TP?
nii: iif 98c. ror, polished, and *• r* . J rl^aW
tui „ , r large naked lop. KSPiflMl
Tils Hoc Indian hoc, aga* jjj ; m,, HEBI3SB
colored reed Clolhes far**& ai* oa.
Hamper, with cover,
lull M/r worth
$1.98. w TWjnr
Tl,is Cllina Case ' -
ronnl glass ends, line g p |i v U
w adjustable shelves; This new shaped table has lo he seen
■■ H worth $13.50; this to be appreciated. Has the new water
are* sale, rubbed linisb, polish top, rich golden
i oak color, worth $2 ,00; this sale,
< |I Id.DU. $6.98.
corners and fantastic dens,
niki iMnV wor th sls; this sale. 9.50.
l adies’ Wearing Apparel.
Our dress show In Ihe new department,
second floor. Bull street able. I* now at
Its lie*!. All tha new styles, modirn
fabrics, < .during* and effects are here. A
few week* later many of the last line#
will be gone. I'nle.w the weather moves
most unfavorable this will be the best
week for Sulla. Capes. Jackets. Skirts and
Waists that our second floor has ever
had. 1 | )ilf
1 oldies’ Black snd Navy Blouse and short
coat suit. Pebble Cheviot, new low French
effect In both blouse and skirt, coat silk
Ladles' Black and Navy suit, all wool
S.rge, new s.lk lined coat ami flam
We have been told that our assortment
Is tetter than can be found anywhere else
In town We would like you to com# and
Gray Oxford Skirts, all handsomely
stltehed, * . _
Excellent values In all Blue. Black
and Brown Skirt*, all well tailored and
New Walking Skirts In flare styles. In
Black and Irark Oxfords, at
sfo, $f 2 and sls.
Taffeta Waist. Hla< k lined throughout,
and cord and. shaped > 'liar,
ladles' Twill s-tge Klaiwtel Waists,
handsomely tucked front sh iped collar,
Children'e Cashmere S hoot Dresses. In
Green. Brown and Navy. Eton effect,
trimmed with a Fancy Braid, lined
Children's Plsld School Dresses, fancy
raver* of solid color, lined throughout,
Children'* White I-awn School Apron*,
PAGES IB TO 24.
Gloves for Karly Fall.
To-morrow and ail thl* week a *r>octal
showing of our new • Tampa" Kl<t Glove.
In all the new ami captivating shad#*—all
Bisea, two-4 lo*p, over ream and pinna
erwn and iwo-daap overwam Buede
Ulove* Assuredly lha beet IVollar Glove
on ilm market Every pair warranted and
4 0 pair* Kid Glove* left of that woo
drrful seven ty-flve-eent Glove aala. all
leading ehad'e. such a* Tana, Mode*,
llmwn* Navy*. Illark and White, all
sices. There will be no more after they
are gone. They v 111 go rapidly Monday at
DOMESTICS. I M
Direct from the mill*. (Ivin* every ad
vantage which mean* a saving lo you.
Past Color Dree# Print*, So quality, Ilia
Apron mnghain*. So noallly, S*<\
HI in peon Hun*' treat print*. velue, So
Navy Ir.un and garnet Ik-Inch iwrcalee,
S'*<- value. Sc,
New Blur* and Garnet Print*. In 10-yard
Yard wide Fruit of !em shirting bjr
the I writ or per yard, sold everywhere at
2't yard wide Pepperel Pleached Shirt
ing. .*- value, O'/tC
42-lnch IVpperell Bleached Pillow Cas
ing, 12Hc value. Sc.
Ilaby Outing*. laced on both tides, IJHd
Printed KUnnetlelte* In light and dark
coloring*. ISc values, lPy.
Eiderdown* for cloaking and dressing
gown*. 20c quality, 11c.
Immenaeasaortment of printed, embroid
ered and not Id color French fianneta. Aak
to are them.
Pine l.lnena at Idttle Price*
IS-Inch Bleached Twilled Crah, M
V H iUC
All-linen Checked Doyllea. SOc value. (So
S-S All-lelnen Damask Napkins, *: <
value. Tic dosen.
&4-lnch Bleached Damask ISc value. Sc.
M-Inch Turkey Red Damask. J6c velua
m-lnch al'.-llnen Demeek. TSc value, Ida
Bleached Duck Towel*. 4c.
Large Hl** Linen Huck Towel, fancy
border*. Ur quality. 10c.
Alll.inen Huck Towel*, hemstltehed,
Sr. value. ISc.
TSc quality Crochet Spread* Ska.