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With the first of October our spirit* rise,
uni life imimrf more cheerful aspect
hummer. g*y or dull, I* really over now.
the lent belated wanderer* nt the North
•re planning their home coniine, end the
welcome *oun<tg and sights of busy streets
•ro our* Oto e more. The schoolmistress
lb abroad and the übiquitous email boy i
drar to her hi art: the prosperous, fond
II>h; the hue.v mother, ehopjilng and
house keeping with redoubled energy; the
summer girl, transformed from rilbn*
ui and chiff >ll* Into star. hesl shirtwaists. In
traveling garb a* she p.isae. from summer
Into winter, the attendant cavalier, eo
mournful In her absence, now smiling and
aerene; end. everywhere In evidence, that
charming creature, the half-grown girl,
arm linked In arm, ami prettv heads to
gether, discussing, who shall say what oh
atruee problem" rturely these are pleasant
signs of winter not far off.
Mrs. Louis M Warfield and Miss Edith
Warfield will arrive to-morrow from Bal
timore. where they have (sen slaying I t
the past two year*, and will reside this
winter In Savannah, at U* i label sham
Mis* Hartrklse will return to-day from
New York ac.iimiatnK-d hy Misa Ward,
whom she h** been visiting In Booth Or
ange tor the post fortnight Miss Ward,
who will stand the winter In gavannah
w ith Miss Hartrldc*. I* a Kren. h scholar
of reputatluii. her nunserou* translation*
having galni-l widespread and unqualified
praise Her latest work Ia translation
of Bertin's “Madame de Lamliall,,'' and
will soon appear.
Mir Arthur B. M. Gibb** came to Sa
vannah Wednesday from Atlanta, where
ahe has been staying with Mis llarwool
at the Majestic and spent a day or two
In the city with Mr. Glbbes. Mr. Glbben
will Join Mrs. Ulbbcs this we.-k In Atlanta
and they will go North Oct. 4, visiting
New York amt Cincinnati.
Mr ami Mr* Henry M< Alpln, Mrs. F.
V. Walker and Mis* Claudia McAlpitt. who
have t>een spending the summer with Mr.
and Mrs. E. I’. Wilbur In the Thousand
Islands, will sail for Savannah Tuesday.
Mrs. W. W. Gordon. Jr.. Mlsa Gordoo
and Master W. W. Gordon, are at home
again afier spending (September at the
Manor in Asheville.
Mrs. William L. Wilson hos returned
from u sisy of seveiat weeks nt the North
Mi and Mrs. Wilson will reside this witt
ier at 2UI Charlton street, east.
Mats Cbeve* West, who mis been making
a short visit to her mother, Mr*. Charles
N. West, sailed Monday for Now York,
where aha will spend tho winter.
The marriage of Miss Bella 8, Fannin,
youngest child of Col. stsl Mrs. Jume* H.
Fannin, and Mr Wilbur M. Coney, will
be celebrated Wednesday evening, Oct*
J 7, at the home of tlie bride parent* In
La Grange. Owing to reictu bereavement
In the bride* family, tnetc will lie no
cards, the ceremony being witnessed only
by a few friends and relatives After
Nov. 1. Mr ami Mr*. Coney will be at
home at tho reside no of the groom a
parent*. Mr. and Mis. Walter Coney. 217
Huntingdon Slreet, east.
Mr. and Mrs. Balpli Elliott and their
family moved yesterday Into their new
borne on Perry and Draiton street.
Mrs. Louis U. Leliardy Misa Julin I*-
llardy, and Master Frank Millet La-Hardy,
who have been gurwls of Mrs. Flank
Miller on the HUI la Augusta, returnol
Mrs. Hobert Bllllngton returned home
In the only part of the week, after s
delightful summer with her parent*. Mr
and Mr*. J I*. Weed, st their count!y
place In Norolon, Cotm.
Mro W. H. Killoit has returned from
a stay of several weeks 111 Saluda.
Mrs Edward Know Hnd her children
arrived home Tuesday after a pleasau.
stay of two or three months at Cape Cod.
Ilsv and Mrs. Frederick Jackson and
thetr children are In Mavam-.ah for several
day*, ns guests or Mrs. Xkckson s mother.
Mr*. Arnold The will leave to-morrow
for North Carolina. Itev. Mr. Jackson
having recently received a call to a church
In Hot Springs.
Mr* Freeland, Mrs George Cope, and
Mr# Edward C. Mercer returned Friday
from Mount Airy, Where they have been
staying during most of the aummrr.
Mr and Mr*. Edward Habersham and
Me* Itlghton Habersham will reside at
236 East Gwinnett street this winter
Mrs. N. H. Finnic and Master K. Hal
deman Finnic, who are new visiting In
Washington, will return home Friday or
Mrs. H. TV. Johnson and Mies Ellen Mo-
Alp.n Johnson will leave laike Mohonk
to-morrow They will make a short stay
li> New York before their return, reaching
hrrs probably Friday or Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Charles A Glbhes and
blaster Edward Giblw- who were In Can
ada all summer, ami w ho hov* been spend
ing Beptember In New York, reiurnnl
Me i dons
Mis* Bada Btovail is expected In Bavan
hah this week, lo la- the guest of Misa
Mis clar.i e <}. Anderson and Mis*
M.slgle Reid have returned from Hickory,
where they spent the summer.
Mr*. Churl. || i nrn-tead, Mrs. A. P.
Adams Miss Bu*le Olmstead. Mis* Flor
ence Oimsti ad. and Master Charles Olm
*te*d. who hove been st the North all
summer, will return horn* to-day from
Mrs K R Corson. Miss Pauline Corson
stid Master Eugene Corson left Thursday
for New York.
Mrs Isaa Minis end Master Carrol
Minis will return to-day from New York
after a delightful summer oti the Massa
Mr*. Jurob Lipptnan. who hg* h*en
• ai Bsith Bench. L. I ,
•nd In New York. i at home stain.
Mite Hull left >e*n* r.iy ft>r New
Ymk where *he will attend MU* Hartal)'*
a hool during the omtng w inter.
MU* Cornelia Lee I* exacted home In a
f w day* from Brevard.
Mr*. John Heard Hunter, who ha* hn
1 tow i for the ini at week, left Thursday
- Meta Moral ha* returned home af
-t ling the aummer In the mountain*
James I* Htaten and little Mias
Vuglttla Hamilton Htaten are gu***u of
Mrs. H P. liamllioii.
R\ and Mr* ftohb White, the
While and Masters Warren and Fltihugh
White returned yesterday from Char*
|otte*\iie. where they have been staying
Mrs White has gone to New York to
m*et Vitas Mary White, who will arrive
ahoitly from Kurotie.
Mia. <i‘orge H. Haines haa gone to Try*
or. N. C., to spend *onw time.
Mr. c. A. 1* Cunningham, who haa
tatii at Waynvavlka wiib Mrs. Cunning-
J 4 Broughton Street, West.
This week we are ready to display our fall and
winter importations of
# DRESS GOODS,
I end many unique n*.e*.ft|-# which can
only la- found In our Kacluslv# Isadles'
Furnishing Store. In our Heady-made
I'apartment we brve a well selected stock
of Ladies* Tailor-made Walking Bkirts,
different lengths ami style* in cheviots,
Ladles' Cloth Berge*. Pebble Cheviots,
end Double faced Golf goods Also Taf
feta and Pegu de Bole. Prices ranging
from to ll<> The latest fa.l in
| Bisk Bilk Tailor-Made Eton Jacket*.
Never hefor. have hid su-h chic and
well.titling Bilk and Flannel Waist* Our
Walets are finished In (he best possible
stye, and are n seedlngly attractive.
In order to have a wll-flliing fall gown
every lady should supply herself with
on# of our well known Redfern Corsets.
All the new shapes. Including the
ham and Misa Cunningham, returned
Capt. nd Mrs. Thomas F. Screven will
spend the coming year with Miss Minnie
Winter al Jones and Whitaker elreela.
Miss Ellen Morrel. who haa been North
all summer. Is expected home this week.
Mies Rel.-. a Well l> ft Friday for Wash
Mt*. Paul I.ynah, w-ho haa been stand
ing the summer in Bluffton, returned Wed
nesday to Savannah.
Mr and Mr*. C. Lueten Jones. Mis*
Gertrude Jon***, and Master Catesby
Jones, will reach home Tuesday, after a
pleasant summer In North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It Bhel-ton, who have
been staying it Ralph s, N. Y., are now
In New York.
Mr Lewis W. Haskell, Jr., sailed Thurs
day for Baltimore, tvhere he will attend
the Johns Hopkins University.
Miss Helen Hardee, who Is now in the
city, will be Joined shortly by Mr* John
Hardee, and they will live this winter at
2b Gordon street, west.
Miss Barrow and Ihe Missett Lucy. Flor
ence and I'atlen e Barrow, will return to
day from curkesvllle. where they have
been staying for two or three months.
Mr A L. Alexander has returned from
n month's stay in Montreal and New
Mr. Edward Evs ha* returned from
Bluffton, where he |iem moat of the sum
Mrs Hardee. Miss ll.len Ellis and Mis*
Margaret Kills have left Highlands for
Blue Rl-lge. Pn , where they will meet
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kill*, who are re
turning from their trip to Yellowatone
Mr*. Lawrence Uppman. and the Mieses
Gladys. Eunice and Doris Llppman are
expected home to-morrow.
Miss Nellie Baldwin, who has been
standing the summer In Nw York, and
Massachusetts, ha* returned to Savannah.
Mrs. Dean N--wmnn entertained Tues
day evening In honor of Mrs. T P Wick
er ib-rg before her departure from Savan
nah. A delightful musical programme
was rendered during the evening hy Mrs.
Wlekenberg, Mrs. Ackerman, Mr* Wil
liams. and Mrs. Crittenden Among the
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah
Solomons, Ir John D Jordan. Mr. Crit
tenden. Mr Ackerman, Mr. Wlekenberg
and Mr William*.
Mrs. F C. Hatley and her children have
left Llthla Springs, and are now visiting
In Macon. They will probably return Ihl*
Mrs Henry Blun, Mis* Helen Blun. and
Master Walter Blun, after spending some
months In Massachusetts and New York,
have returned home.
Mrs. Cecil tlabtwU and Miss Leonora
Galibdt have returned from North Caro
lina. and ate now with Mrs Wm Hunter,
U Taylor street, west, for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. TV It. Ivnham. Ml** Den
ham and Muster Denham will arrive to
day or to-morrow to make tlielr homo In
Sovgnnah Miss Elisabeth Denham Is In
Btaunton where she attends Mrs. Htrw
Mr and Mrs. William Henry Henley,
and Ihe Misses Schley, who have been
summering at Hendersonville, are at home
Mr* John Bulllvan Bchley and little
Miss Marian Bchley have returned home.
Miss Maigaret Owens has returned from
Bluffton where she was the guest of Mrs.
W. W. Owen#
Mr. and Mra. dußlgnon are visiting In
Mllledgevllle Mis* Nan dußlgnon has re
turned lo Savannah
Mr# A O Heyward of Urahamvllle la
visiting her duughb r. Mrs J M Carter.
Mr. and Mra Uiorge Schley have moved
Into their new home. No 3M Gaston
street, east, for the winter
Mr* R B Nlcoll has returned from the
North Caro Ins resort# and Is now spend
ing some time In New Y'ork at the Hotel
Mrs J c. Posted Miss Isabelle C Pos
tell and Master* Taylor and John C. Pot
ted. Jr. arrived Thursday hy Ihe Hnuth
eir from Blowing Rock, N C. where they
spent a lery pleasant summer Mrs. Pos
tell also paid a short visit to friends In
Chcstei. B C., on her way home.
Mr Alfred Hearing Harden has return
ed to .Savannah, and expects to make hi*
home here In future.
Mrs Harry Walker and her daughter,
Julia Mildred, have returned to the city,
after a pleasant visit to Green Island.
T BEE HIVE,
st. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
First showing of new fall goods at prices that are
Here are a few sample items to show that nowhere
else can you find such values:
LliUfti' While Coraeta 2ft*
Indies' Coonil Figured .Sm.en <or
Mil, lnht and .lark ground.. .. . r
Ladle,' Ore. isn dir.il. r . .Oc
Ladiee' Solid Color on I Hlick HI hr
lieu Ribbed How 10c
Ladle*' Black. with white lliiurea and
polka .lot Hoee also cardinal with
while polka dot Hoee 16c
Ladlei' Ribbed Veala. hlrh neck. lone
Ladles* Mualln Corset Co.era luc
I-adlen' Mui in Drawers. plain hem,
Nt WELTI KS In Ladlea’ Velvet. Silk,
late and UUt Neckwear.
THE MORNING NEWS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 30.1900.
Where they have been the gueet of Mrs.
Mrs Annie Waring returned yesterday
from Blue Rldg.- Summit, after an ab
sence of two or three months.
Mi# Woodflw. Miss Pritchard, and Mis#
Woodfln will return to-morrow from
North Carolina, after a stay of several
weeka at Bwannanoa
Misa Maude Heyward, who has been
► pending a month In New York and New
Jersey, has returned home.
Mr. and Mr*. Emory Speer, who have
been staying at Highlands, have gone to
Mr. and Mrs. O If. Remshart and Miss
Alice and Murle Remshart have returned
to the city efter spending the summer de
lightfully at their home at White Bluff.
Miss Marie R< mahart left Friday to visit
relatives In Waycross.
Mrs. B G. Trexevant who has been vis
iting relative* in Durham. N C., will re
turn to the city to-morrow. Miss Mary and
Mis* Julia Trexevant are still at Black
Mountain, but are expected home very
Mr Richard Bradley of Wilmington. N
has been visiting hi* sister*. Mis#
Bradley and Miss Fannie Bradley, a* he
rassrd thiough B*vmn.au on his way to
Miss Josle Dorsett has returned from
Miss Regia Meyer, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. II J Meyer entertained her lit
tle friends Monday afternoon from t till
7 o'clock, the occasion being the celebra
tion of her sixth birthday. Those present
were Misses Mary Bohan, l-oretta Bohan.
Mario Lynch. Buttle Hermes, Hattie
llermes. Ret* Hermes. Irene Lloyd. Alloa
Ptlce, N' lie Price. Ollle Coleman. Nellie
Cob man, Clara Hat.tus k. Marie Morris
sey. Marguerite Morrissey. May Meyer.
Regie Meyer. Masters Willie Bohan Joe
Bohan, Eddie Bohan. Andrew Doyle. Mar
tin Doyle, Alolse Hermes. Tom Pries, Wil
lie Price. Eastern Y’ounge. Hobble Cole
man. Leo Morrissey, Willie Morrissey.Ar
thur Hancock, Jim Hancock. Willie Meyer
and Haimon Meyer
Mr*. C. D Mile and hsr children left
Monday for New York, where they will
reside In the future.
Mr. and Mr* B. 8. Levy rcturtied Fri
day from New Y'ork
Ml-e M H Klllotin returned Friday
from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jerger and little* Miss
Mlldied Jerger will res de at 2J6 East
Uwtnnett street, this winter
Miss Willie dußvse Is expected to reach
home to-day from New York, where she
has been spending some weeks.
Mrs. H. J. HutcllfTe. who ha* been sum
mering In Guyton, ha# returned to Ihe
Mrs. TV K Fttrh and her children will
return to-morrow, after s pleasant sum
mer in B.illsbury. N. C.
Mis* Ethel Durton of Tcnneee. Is vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. F. A. Juny, at 12
Mrs. TV A Ills bee, who lias been stay
ing at Baraiogn. Is at home again.
Miss M M Kurrer returned Friday from
Mr*. J .1 Carolsn and her children have
returned from Blowing Rock.
Mis* 8. M. Black and Mias A W Black,
who have been spending some time In New
York, will return to-day.
Mr. H. J. Sutcliffe will return this morn
ing from a trip o New York.
It has been re[iorld. some weeks In ad
vance of the actual event, that Mr. and
Mrs. Emile Newman had changed (heir
residence from their present home to
nglihorpe avenue. Lest the report should
bring their friends some annoyance or dis
comfort. In Inducing them to call at what
is not yet the true address. It I* corrected.
Mrs George Baldwin and Misa Baldwin
will spend October with Mrs. C. A. Alex
ander In Washirgton. Ga.
Miss Margaret Furse returned home last
week after spending the siimmrr al Chau
tauqua. N Y.. and Toronto, Canada.
Mrs J. L. Johnson and M s* Cornelia
Johnson have returned from a stay of
some weiks at Blowing Rock.
Miss Daisy Bryan tailed Saturday for
Mr*. T. D Kline has returned to the
city after a p easant summer In Virginia.
The Misses Kline will spend th winter al
Mr. and Mrs R M Orme, Miss Abbls
Ortne. and Mias Lucy Orme. who have
Plaid Windsor Tlea Jc
So."I I*o or 811 k VVlndror Tl*s 10r
Hla k Velvet Ribbon, 10->ard piece*....loc
H.UIY BATIN RIBBON. Black.
White and Color*. 40-yarl spool*., ,14c
I Children’* Bcamlee* Kaat Black Rlb
bed Hoee, all aiiea (c
ladle*' Fine Cambric Handkerchiefs,
la.llra* All Linen Hcmetltched Hand
! Lead Pem lla, rubber tipped lo
l Fancy Toilet Soaps lo
SOI CHOI THINGS
i IT 1 IK
Those se-laeb Kersey gaitlags we
are selling at TB reals a yard have
beea faking very free I y and deserv
edly sa. Nothing to eqaal then* la
the rSty. BETTER Cl ME sal aer
(hroi, as this week aray wind theas
ANOTHER llae worthy of aprrlal
mention nrr onr ,’.3-Inch Alt Wool
French Broadcloth at Mt! rrats, la
all leadlaa shades sad hlark. No
better valnr haa ever graced a runn
ier. Yon will pay a qaarter more
for them elsewhere, and If yoo an
ticipate tin v log a dress shortly
would advise yoa to make It this
Oar Plaid Bock Mklrtlags are
dwtadling very lost, and this I. the
last week to choose from the fall
assortment. A special for this week
Is a llae 48 Inch*-* wide, all wool, at
81.00 a yard—bine, brown, garnet
and castor fares.
ALL WOOL Block *ll k-A nlshed
Henrietta, 4u Inches wide, n speetnl
lender and onr away above the aver
age for the money, 40 cents n yard.
IMI-lneh Shrunk anil Sponged Black
Tntlnr Cheviot, without <|<>nln the
Imsl In the elly. The best prmlarl
of the beat looms, only one fault. It
errors forever, won't spot, shrink or
stretch—Bl.Tß n yard.
EXCEI.I.F.VT quality All 811 k Block
Botln narhesse and Plata Taffeta,
very dressy, very serviceable, very
desirable, and very ehrap. hit cents,
EXCELLENT variety of Comforts
In Saline nnd Sllknllne Cavers, clean
selected rattan, wool and down Ail
ing. large assortment of eolorlnas,
Cool nights suggest sneh articles.
Come nnd let us show yon our |;i,IM
I tors n Comfort, netanl value S.Viai.
bwn in Ashevtl'e during the Iwl weather,
returned Friday morning
Mr. and Mr*. H. E. Drrrmn and Ibrlr
nephew. Mujiit linnmr Adam*, returned
Tuesday from the North Carolina moun
fcv Jamn T. Fair and Ml** Fair re
turned Tuesday from a tx week* - atay
in Saratoga and Canada.
Mr Anton Wright returned Thursday
from South Carolina, after a vlait of sev
eral aerk* at Pendleton.
Mr. Arthur J. O'Hara who ha* been
*|>endtrg the season In New York and
Vermont. I* at home ugaln.
Mr. nnd Mr*. A. H Kelley and their
rhildren will return this week from West
I*olnt, Va. Mr*. Kelley will tie accompan
led by her sister*, the Mieses Itrook*. who
w II *p*nd the winter with her In Savan
Mr and Mrs. J. O. Itirney. Master
Charles O, llarney. Jr., and Master Wm.
Pope Harney, returned Thursday from
Mis* Minnie Soh'ey Nlohols 1* a u*t
at Cutter'a Oreen. Last Macon, at a houae
party given by Misa Cutter.
Miss Nina Pape Is expei ted home to-day
Mrs fVipe will not return with Miss Pape
but will stay tn New York for October.
Or W W. Owens and Mr Uoyd Owen*
returned Monday from a short visit to
Mis Owens In Hluffton.
Mrs Barrow and Mr* Spalding and Mr
Randolph Sp.vl.ltn* who have been IP in*
In Athens, have taken the country place
Wellington, near Thunderbolt, for the
Mr Alfred L Harlrldge, Jr will return
to-day from New York, where he ha* been
visiting Mr sod Mrs. Clifford Hart ridge
Mr snd Mrs. Willlsm J Hsylow have
given up their h.wne on t'harlton street
and have moved out to the Meadows,
where they will live (his winter
Mis* Lydia K. Kurrer returned to this
city last Thursday on the City of Augusta,
after taking * Hire* year course In pro
fessional nursing at Hospital,
New York, one of the largest Jewish in
stitutions of Its kind in this country Mis*
Furrer was graduat'd and ha* received a
diploma She will make her future home
In thla city.
Mis* Dillon I* the guest of Mr*. R T.
Hemtne* In Asheville
Mr and Mrs A C. Harmon will reside
this winter at the corner of Liberty and
Mrs William Kehoe. Jr., and little Miss
Elisabeth Kehoe have returned to the
city after spending the summer tn Ouy
Cadet John H Furs* of the I’nlted
States Navy, left yesterday for Annapo
lls. Where he will enter upon his last
year's study at the Nsval Academy.
Mis* Emma Wilkins and Mr. Lang
Wilkins rsiurned yesterday from North
Mr md Mrs. W. C McDonough left
Wednesday fur Olenn Springs. H. C.
Moat Fannie Hannon left Tuesday to
enter college at Belmont.
Miss Kale tlrudy returned Friday from
Miss Leila McDonough and Miss Katie
McDonough sailed Tuesday for Baltimore.
Mr and Mr*. J Perllnskl are entertain
ing Mr and Mr*. Arthur Me Yers of
Mr T. S Lucas has returned home af
ter an enjoyable stay t Highland. Mrs.
Lucas Is visiting relatives In Walhalia
Miss Laleah Adam*, who has been visit
ing at White Bluff, ha* returned lo the
Mr*. W A Jaudon and Ml*s Susie Jatt
don have returned from a stay of eeveral
weeks at Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mr*. Stanhope Tut welter and
their children wHt return this week and
will spend tne winter with Mrs. Wither*
on flaelon street
MU* Anna C lag horn returned Monday
19 Broughton Street. West.
after a visit to Warm Springs and a short
stay In Atlanta
Miss Hullls Bee and Miss Electra Bee
will reach home to-morrow from MePher
sonvllle, S. C.. where they have been vis
iting for some time.
Mrs. P. J. Morrison and children re
turned during th wok from Asheville
and other resorts In Western North Caro
Mias A S. Bacon Is al home again after
a pleasant slay al the White Sulphur,
Mis* A. E. Hourquln will return to-day
from a trig* to New York.
Mr* W. A. Wlnburn and her children,
who tmve been spending the hot months
at Salisbury and Asheville, have returned
to th* city.
Miss Stella Gallagher and Miss Annie
Kehoe will have this week for Atlanta.
Mr*. Baric eneertalned with a whist
party last Thursday evening. Ml** Cor
bett won the ladies' prise nnd Mr. Sulli
van the gentlemen's. Those present were
Ml** Missle Hanley, Mr. S McDowell.
Ml** Irene Hanley, Mr. W. Barle. Mis*
Maggie Hanley, Mr. W. Ward and Mrs.
S tlruver. Mrs. A Corhett. Mr J. Sulli
van. Mis* Mamie Hanley, Mrs. F. Barry,
Mr. and Mr*. Sam Sheflall
Mr. Thomas Burke la spending • few
days In the clly.
Miss Mary Lynch has gone to Flushing,
L. I . lo visit Mis* Darmour. Miss Lynch
expects to spend most of the winter at
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dennis, who have
been aumtnerlng tn the montalnt of North
Carolina, returned yesterday.
Mr*. Herbert A Palmer. Miss Lolla
Palmer and Mis* Vera Palmer, have re
turned home, after a pleasant summer tn
Waynesvllle and Asheville.
Mr*. John p. Charlton, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mr*. Roliert J.
Walker. In Charlotte, I* al home again.
Mr* Donahoe, Mis* Eva Duffy. Ml**
Birdie Donahoe. Mr. H. U Tletjen. Mr.
(>. Colson. Mr. 11. Donahoe. Mr O Dona
hoe. Mr. C. Ponaho*. and Mr. C. Heebeck
of Charleston spent lal Sunday with
Mrs. C. A. Drayton on Madison avenue,
and were entertained most delightfully by
Mr*. Drayton, Ml** Morgan. Mis* Charl
ton. Miss Baker. Ml** Nelson, Ml** Flood
and Mr Baker.
Mr*. Arthur Jeffords and her llitla
daughter have returned from Saluda
Mis* Emmie Jaudon I* at home again
after a visit to friends In Columbia and
Master Theodore Bell left a few day*
ago for Belmont, where he will enter
In a pleasant parly at Ih* Theater
Tnursday evening were M! Annie King.
Mis* Mary King. Mi** Margaret Klug,
and Mr Frit* Huber. Mr. Henry Behr
and Mr. Hartman.
Mr gd Mr* J fl Him* returned Thurs
day from a three months' stay tn the
mountain* of North Carolina
Mr* H, J Morrison returned*recently
from Hot Spring*. N. C.. where she lias
been spending the summer.
Mr*. J. A. Varrtedoe and children have
returned after spending some time In the
mountain* of North Carolina
Mr*. C 11. Berg of Jacksonville, her
daughter. Miss Adele Berg and Mr C
H Berg. Jr., have Joined Mr. Rcrg and
will make Savannah their home in the
future, reckling at *•** Abercorn *re
Ml** Berg I* a plinlsle of more th in or
dinary aottlly and an active member of
the Ladle* Friday Mu*lcule the leading
musical organisation In Jacksonville.
Mrs. W. B. Daniels, who ha* been vta
iling relative* In Waterboro. H C., return
ed to the city during the week.
Mrs, A. Barnett and Mis* C. Barnett
will arrive to-day from New York
Mr M Reich returned from Ho<
Spring* last Week, where he spent the
Ml** Leonora Amran will return to the
city to-day from New York.
Mr*. Jam** O’Brien, Mr* T. J, O'Brien
nisi her children, and Mr. William If.
O'Brien, have returned from a delightful
summer In tho Caiskllls, mid In New
Dr. Rountree of Adrian, passed through
ihe city during the week, on his way to
Mb* Gertrude M. Buckhelt, daughter
of Mr. G. F. Buckhelt of New Decaturs,
Ala., and Mr. Frederick T. Hivwell. were
married Wednesday ofternoon, Bepl. 2-;,
at i:J<l o'clock. Rev. Williom Mayer of
the Bocred Heart Church performed the
Mr nnd Mr*. A If. West and Sllss
Edith West have returned home after an
enjoyable summer In Wayneavtlle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Buchhelt, wlllt whom
Miss Buchhelt ha* been spending the sum
mer. accompanied the bridal couple, the
only alien,louts 10-ing ihe maid of honor
Miss Carrie L. Buchhelt. and the beat
man, Mr. John McMurry.
Mlso C. Landershlne will reach .Savan
nah this morning from New Y'ork.
A number of friends gave Ml*# Re*s|e
Dowling a surprise |*trty on Friday
nlghl. which no* enjoyed by all. Refresh
rornts were served nnd the evening was
spent most delightfully. Among those
present were Mine.-* Flossie Floyd. Maud
Merten*. Mamie Merten*. Resale Howl-
Ing. Birdie Dowling, Sonia Flood. Messrs
Eddie Dowling, Frank Drayton. Jim
Drayton. Willie McFarland. Fat String
field and Sum Goldberg
Mrs. T F. Johnson will reside this win
ter nt No. Jones street, west.
Mre O. Falk and Misa L Falk who
hive hwn Haying In New York, will re
Charleston 1 M ‘"' " Vl '"‘ n * ,rl^*
Mr • n *l Mr -" EI. Byrk returned Fri
day from New Y’ork
Miss Lillie Power* will have this week
Mrs J J McCoy. Mrs M Jones. Miss
Fm"y and MIS* V |u C Kennedy, and
MB* Mary Tarr expect to rea. h Bavann ih
Something Wrong I B SB
C when we can't interest you vB
V m saving money. It’s the ), : jfc| SIP
S tiling you are working for. \Hi Pjßj
I ~ Why not put in a jfll
"gas RANGE? ||H
f It’s the greatest money
A saving agent in the world.
(,j <|nly costs $1 a month rent- gfrjßßgcl
B GAS LIGHT COMPANY,
U i reel,
we will display the latest
Silk and Flannel
Cloaks and Capes
Saturday. They have been spending tag
summer at Richfield Spiing* and ban*
Mias Berth* Eagle has returned from
Miss Maud Farmer ami Ml** Marnrd
Farmer have returned from a visit lo re
la live* in Blackshoar.
Mrs. A. H. Lane, who has bren Ihg
guest of Mr*. Farmer, left during .be
week for her home in IJberty City.
A nulne Bridge Tender.
From the Chicago Tribune
People who use the Wells street brl.lrt
every day are wondering sha! has be
come of "Tender.” "Tender" I* a small
yellow cur dog. He made hi* appesrar a
five or six month ago and Immediately
took charge of the swing bridge over the
Nor:h Branch al Wells street. When the
bridge was In ue he- sat quietly In tie
center mr the official bridge lender, slid
paid no attention to the procession of ve
il I a* running north and south on ciiler
aide of him.
A* soon, however, a* a steamboat blew
Its whistle for the bridge or a ►chooit'f
hove into sigh! and the warning h'd *•
rung, "Tender" went Into action Be rsti
first to the north side of Ihe bridge art
harked furiously at the approo tilng vehi
cles. as If lo stop them Then he d*sh*d
back to the other end and did hi* h* 11
keep people and wagons alike off m#
bridge, displaying a* much vigor and de
termination a* If the entire responsibility
rested with him.
When Ihe chains were finally drawn at
each end and Ihe bridge had begun to
turn he seemed to feel that Ills work *
done. lie would run then to the eerier ef
•he swinging bridge, and. wagging his
fall violently, look up at th* bridge lea
der. as If to give nolle* that everything
all right and It was eafe lo *•> ahead.
People who use the bridge regularly had
got used t "Tender." and when they
fulled to hear fhe hell were accustom*!
lo govern themselves by hi* artlonr They
are wondering what has become ol tag
. lever little dog