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A* th© flr e of KmwnVr approaches
there is an end to our i .:•*(, Mlf days
ntiifi the formal winter gayetlea have
not yfi <' *furr.• r I th. will m'
lie reorganization of mo of th© <ard
club* an i 4 i c sand the t* winning of a
l ow \far * fh© G.-.r riuh> Much enthus
iasm h.i# h©en shown over th* proposed
floral pa-.t 1 U given during tha E-k*’
cartuvaJ. The lull i connected with the*
Woftiii.'i Kv hai l.avi' interested tbsfit* <
selves in l“ matter. nd it 1* hoped that
i. affair may l>e ma lr a t>uerr?,f ul and
beautiful ore Th© first of a series of
monthly dan* • wa* given Thurediy even
tug b> t * Chatham Artillery at tho*r arm
ory. About seventeen roitpks sr pres
tni, and in. entertainment proved in every
w.iy li-itK tful Among tho-** present
*•*'(* Mr and Mr R©dtrk. Mis Joele
D'-n* i. M > Marie Drew©, M<*s Marion
Cooper, Ml Elis© Ctiaprau, Mil* R< sse
Coop* r. Misa I.uJa iHivls, Mis* N inno
Con**> Mia* Fallitrent. Miss Kalla Dr©©*©,
5H* Eth*i Walker, MR* Daisy Clark
k * Kfflo Itl mdworth, Miss Adams. Mis*
Emn.l** curk, Mums Ka/ej*. Ueut, H. 8.
Dree*©. Mr J, l> Woodroe, Mr. 'h#*rltofv
Barbratr, Mr Walt* r Allen. Mr. Hldnwy
Cooper. Mr. B. R Armeir <ng Mr. Oeorg.-
Allan. Mr. J. w Hodges. Jr.. Mr Uowi
cu4. Mr. Hockley t©*nfcany, Mr. Edward
Baoan. Mr. Freeborn Clark. Mr Da via
White, Mr Arina rut f'h *p* a Mr. Pipy.
Mr A D. Kreoeon and Mr. William Don
Mr. M A O’Bymi wa* host last cv©i*-
Ing at a htautifu* dmn*r in honor of 171*
Excellent* AtrhbUdop Martin* lit and /he
visiting prlater The n>om was xqtii#4te,
|y d* -‘>rat©>i with the episcopal
Wide satin ribbon*. crossing th© table
from opposite ends, war© 10-j*©d a i *a I.
aid© of the lovely © cenYerpiee©
and fell In graceful boas from '/he four
rorners. In the renter stood vase of
wonderful purple orchids, w h As sliver
candelabra, with purple ©had**/, shed a
warm glow u|4t h rare and ddt'ah
blossom* in their soft shelter of mid*n
b.dr ferns The guests were Moat Rev
lebasnlano Marcnelll, !U. Rev. Alfred
Curt.*. Hr H* v .<• <.*ion Byrne. Hi.
Re\ John Moot©. Hr P,ev A Van d*
Vyver, Rt. Rev. l/o HikJ, Ht. It* v Then
phlle M* * i' hweil Rt. Rev. I*l w ard T
Alien Ht. Rev Henry Mo*ller. Hi. Rev
Benjamit J Kb’ey, Rev. Dr. Hooker,
Rev. Wiaiam o'R. P/k*w, Mr. Farrelly,
Mr Artr.ur J Ollart, Mr O'Connor.
Cap! I*. K, Gleason atki Mr J. J Mc-
Lit* Mis* Mo! Owens was hostess
Thur <l > * t* rno* ti at u inrty tn honor
of b*r fifth ilrttsU. Among the srnaa
fsopiv pro--U wv t* Mi' Ail * (Jordon.
M .** KlizdiaUi 'Jordon. Mi-* Nana Hull
51 >* Hatnee. Master Julian
Hartridg- M*g.-r M.lward (lihh* s. Blaster
Will Mu'Walk Blaster i)uti> an <w*ns
Biastwr ThorAAi Charlton, und Master
Mr*. William Hunter. Miss Hunter, an )
Aius. G Hunter wfho have been
•pending Mimmer with Mr? Annie V
Martin at her i narming home, Forest Hill,
Mrs Thoms'. Mi" Mary t rw’ens and Mr
T L)a>*i <mns are *xpeeled hom thi
Oiomtr* from CJitlnas.
Mae Arnold and M:*s Mary Arnold wil.
In- •gsi* i# this w**-k cf Mr. and Mr*.
(i(S>r|e Oown* They expect to leave Hat
unhy for N*w York, where Mis* Amoi*i
wfll study at the Art during th
Mr and Mrs Hoi* rt Rilling ton will
•move to-tiKMi -w into their new home on
Seventh street near Ahrrcom.
Mis N. A l*a|>e iui I Mi* Sallie Ander
p.wi returned this morning from New
<Y! and Mr .1 H M Clinch returned
Tuesday from Morrt*town.
Dr H Ut!m*r ITiiliip* a!t*d Tuesday
for New York wnere ia si.l spend h
we*K mC ten day s.
Mr. Arthur R M Gibles will return
in u day * r two from \ flint a. where he
h* > en eahinPlng * veral horn*# nt the
horse p>h *w of the Interstate Fnlr.
Mi* Sr ilfte McAlpln. who hw* been tne
t i*M of Mr. td Mr* K I* Wilbur In
Hetrdehem. returned tonne this morning
Mrs. Frederick Ja* k*on. who has been
vleJtltig hr moihet. Mr* Arnold leit
M 1 v to Join Rev. Mr f Jackson, at ll*
Springs, N C.
M"s Pboe*#. Belloc returned horn*,
nfief* a visit to the Pari* Kxposiilon and
a short stay in New York.
Miss Nan Soeven is now in New Y*ork.
studying art at the Rhooi >f Design.
Mias Elizabeth Johnetott and Mias Edith
who are iiiw in Washington
will Rave in a few days to visit relative.*
Mi * M **l *1 iiOtnas ami Misa Meta
Ttujrnas returned during !• week, after
a pleasant rummer st (Juinas.
M*rs Margaret who Is now visit,
tng Mr. and Mrs Frank *$ reven, in Cos
lumbus exp rta to return to tfavwnnnh
Mrs. Robb White and Mies Mary Whit,
who have Nen spending tome week* in
New York and Virginia tine# Miss
White's return fr.en Europe, rra bed
Mr. a..4 Mis. II Wiley Johnston left Fr,-
day night t*-r Asheville, where they ex*
pe t lo spend a w* ek or two. while Mr
Johnson recuperates from hia recant pro
sR>* Fannie Williams of Feinantlina l
expectod this w*-ek to b© the guest of
Mr.* James Mensies.
Mr* Karr on Carter and her little dough
tef, MR* Ellen Carter have returned from
Bli* George J. Baldwin has returned
MRh R(U White expects to spend th.
w f,*. with Mr. and Mrs. Peabody 1-
M* i x !* returned home aftf
a r gt ; . umrner in Mas *' huseitp
i /.* fs I- * f Ylrs. C. E. Montague will
Ram with $Ra ur© of the success that sh*
is (oak > . ui th< study of music In New
York c.'s Mrs Montagu© studied two sea
son?- in ry, and has upent the past
stammer in New York studying with Mr
and Mrs The<d r B. Jorksu*n with whom
she wil; * n .uue until January Mrs. Mon
tague - v i ** is •* in* z*o Mp. ano of excel
lent Quality and gnat sw •*'*. u*t.
M r Jorksien is a well known teacher
In New York, and is the rond-njor of the
IkkUi binguug Boclety. In April ha will be*
come a member of Madame Hembrlek's
Mist" 1 irrle Lilienthal la visiting frtand?
In Naw York
Mr and Mr* D Y Dancy are enter
tain.eg Mr* I-afave'te Flajwy and Ml**
Mae Dancy of Ja-k->owill*. who are on
their way home af'er a peaean* trimmer
Mr* Ruhr ft NtrvfH will return from
N-w York Thursday Mr* Nl sdl ha* been
a pupil for the paet eight we, k of Oe
navfeva Stefln* and Constantine
Mies Mari* Et.uOch. who ha* bean North
all summer, will spend November In New
Mrs James L. flexion will rettirn to .sa
vannah tht* wen to be present at tha
convention of the Daughters of tha Con
Mr- Rai*nn Wylly will return In a few
day* from Thomasvlll*
Mr* F. H. Fkkatlng returned during
the a nek from Mr-mphig
Dr J 1. M Curry and Mr G R Glenn
w ill be f guet of Mr and Mrs Otis Ash
more daring the convention of the Daugh
ter* of th* Oongederacy
Mr*, ft A Einstein, Mis* Ruth and Mi**
Ha.ami. lAnMein, are at St Eawrancc. N.
Y They will not return until later In
the *e* eon
TJbc marriage of .Mis* Bessie Winston
Dfe and Mr t'harie* l*atteriton Cardwell,
ftgiioh was celebrated ThurwUiy In ftt
'/“aura Church. Hanover. Va., U of lhtar
est to many people m Savannah Mr
14 Broughton Street, West.
The smartest, newest, best fitting, bast made goods
are always to be found here.
A splendid winter stock is now on show.
Ladies will be interested in the offerings we are
making in Flannel Waists this week.
Three specials in French Flannel Waists, in all the
leading shades, $l.OO, 3>l. J 5O, $1.98.
One lot of odd size Silk Waists, worth from $5.00
to $12.00, selling at 5&.2.Q8.
We are leaders in Kid Gloves. Our Kid Glove De
partment is the index of our store proper. The color
assortments are complete, and comprise all of the new
desirable fall shades. In glace, suede,French mocha,
Paris point. English Walking and Evening Gloves.
We handle only Gloves that are reliable.
We are agents for Mdme. Butler’s Buena Tonic, used
so extensively for beautifying the complexion.
Cardwell to (hr non of Judge Richard
cardwrll of the Ruprem* Court, and him
well a young lawyer of promise Tn* btMr
I* th* daughter of MaJ John Ma*>n la*-
of Stafford. Va . and thr adopt'd
daughter of Mr Rt ketton L. Wtnnon of
Hanover. Th* church was handsomely
decorated Th* uruom and ht* heat man.
Mr Leelle Garnett. of Washington. I). C..
were in aalttnx at the altar when ihe
bridal man h was beautifully reodi-ied by
Miss Catherine Anderson, u* the bride en
tered the church. She rat tastefully
gowned tn chiffon over taffeta, and was
accompanied by her ilalsr, Mies Dorothea
lei', In organdie and green aattn, who car
ried 1-a Frame roses She was preceded
by her twelve maids, attired In organdy,
with point (l'eoprlt fichu knotted with
choux of Nile green, and aattn aaahe* of
the tans, ami carrying chrysanthemums
The nrl<lemaldi> were Ml** Nannie l-e*.
Miss Nellie Meredith and Mtv* Edna Ige
of Stafford. Mlaa Abhle St John* of Fr*l
erlckahurg Mia* Man Haw Miaaea Card
well and Mia* Marguerite Tinsley of Han
over. Mta* Ann Dee and Mias Calvin Bragg
of HI ttmond. Mlaa Louts* Waldhauar of
Savannah and Mlaa Nettie Evans of Flor
ence, S C The ushers were Messrs John
l-ee of Stafford. William Lee of Richmond
Klerson and Tavlor of Hanover. Lloyd
Hrptturn of York. Penn . ami Christopher
ilarneft. Dr Davidson and Ir Merrk'k
of Richmond Among the guests present
were Copt lau Lee and (Sen Fltghugh
Dee, uncles of th* brkle. Mrw. D M Watts
• f Norfolk and Mrs. John Hanks of
Henderson. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Cardwell
eft on the northbound train to spend some
time In Boston ami New York
Mr II ft Knber of New York arrived
In the city during the week 10 Join hi*
wife, who la visiting Mr Joseph Feral.
Mr and Mr* Faber will leave In a few
days for New York
Mrs William Baltin will return this
week from Pittsburg
Mr and Mrs S Ist M Vernedo* are
spending some lima In New York
Mr and Mrs De Soto Fltxgrrald are at
Mr HtmtlYl on Taylor at reel, writ, for
Mr* I* Kayton left Thursday for N'*
Mr and Mre J T Shuplrlre have an
pounced the engagement nf their nle *.
Mlaa Meta Kemps 10 Mr, Robert Angel
Crawford. The wedding will take place
Wednesday. Nov. s. at the honv of Mr
and Mr*. Shuplrlne. No K*r Had ion street,
Mrs D R. I.e-tcr and Mr Richard M
Dealer tailed Tuesday for New York.
Mr* I.ester expect* lo *pend Ihe next lw-,
month* at the North. Mr, Drier will re
uim In shout a fortnight.
Mrw Henry Johnson t expected home
this week from Augusta
Miss Edith Cavannaugh left for tbs
North Tuesday. Miss Cevinnaugh will
spend the winter In New York studying
Mr. George W Wylly, Jr ba - returned
from th< mountains of Norn tjeo gl >,
where he has been spending Ihe past two
Mrs. ft. A Keogh of charleston haw
sent out cards of the marriage of tier
THE .MORNING NEWS: SI NPAY. OCTOBER 28, 1300.
daughter Alice to Mr J. H Rolhemu*
! The ceremony will take place at S o c|o k
Wednesday morning Nov 7, In A- Msr. *
Church Charleston Mr, Pt lhamu* is tha
travaltng isier agent ot th Plant
ft-, sleet, and haa many fMer.da It, Bavm
Sir* J E Johnson and Mis* Cornelia
Johnera. sailed Tuesday for N*w York
Mr* Robert Paul of Darien waa In th*
city for several dava during tha wee*.
Mrs William Iwvy of Augusta M vlg.t-
Ing her d*-<-r Mr J Lovenstein. No
.-11 Gwinnett striet w-et
Mr* E M Ha-itm returned a f*w day*
ago from New York
Mi** Annie Kehoa and Mia* F.atelic
Gahagner hive returned from a visit to
the Inter (ate fair In Atlanta
Mr- Ferdinand Newberger left y<wter
tle\ for New York
Mr* J K Hay-*- and har little daughter.
M.ee Mav .eft ia*t everting for the moun
tains ot North Carollr t
On Wedmsdj-. last Mi* fhello Kliy
antertained a fw of iter friend* with a
delightful dance at her home Dam mg
wax Indulged In during the even
ing after which, refreshment* were
served Among those present, were
Mtes.e Maude and Emily SuMer. Ida and
El I! lor. Munro* Fannie orwl Ray Sllv-r
--■teln Annie Extrnw -It. Maggk- Delgt-a
M< ill* O Keefe. Arne* Demers, Nelli •
Fotdard ar.d 'Jussi* Ferrell, and Most
Barry. -Sami son. Daly. Jockeor, Oliver.
Brown Von Newim anl Murgionl.
Mia* Itsatsla Krause left during the wre k
for Columbus, where she la the guest of
Mi* Alice Delar.oy has relumed from
Mr Albert Mendel who has Nm In
Wierhadei it I summer, returned re entiy.
aid will ep. t.d tha wlnlet with hut C*r,
Mr* H Cohen
Mr aid Mr Charles Si ller entertained
at dinner Mon<la> evening In hoorrr of
Mr* •etlar'a birthday Their guest* ware
Cap - and Mrs Jacob Paulsen. Mr and
Mr- be dig. aid Mi Otto .Seller.
Mr an*t Mr* E A M. Schroder, Master
John Schroder and M ister John Heimken
The marriage of Mr. Bertram Blanchard
Froet and Miss lAly Heile Drayton was
qulM.y eoferonlzed tn St Pam a Ept---o
pal Chureh Wednesday afternoon at J.J)
o , kwk Ret J E fleuliy ~(h-late*) Mia*
Myrtle Owen of Savannah was maid of
*nr. and Mr John White of Norm Car
olina. aete*J as best man The bride wnr>
a nuud** me tailor-made traveling gown
of tan Venetian ctoth n*l a *tvllah hat
of the same material. Mr and Mr*.
Froet left via the Seaboard Air I.lne Rail
way for a short trip through Southern
Florida, arid will visit Mr Frost'* parent*
before t(-turning to Savannari. Thay will
be at home to their friend* at No. 1M
Hull afreet, west, after N'ov. 4.
Ml** Irene Hanley entertained tn honor
of her birthday Monday eveofug Those
present were Mr and Mr* J. N Melton-
ough. Mis* Mury Downey, Ml** Stella
Downey, Ml** Jennie Helltey. Ml** Annie
Corbett, Ml.** Mtssle llanlcy, Mr. William
Barrett. Mr John bottnev, Mr. William
Downey, Mr. Dawrrme Kelly, Mr B
Sullivan. Mr lie. mond White. Mr. N
Sampson. and Mr. otto Franck
Ml** Will* Cohen, who hue been vteltlnc
her sister Mr*. W. h. Hyck. In Atlanta,
ha* returned home.
Mr. and Mr*. Maurice Greenwood have
moved Into their n< w home on Hunting
•km etreet, near Abercorn.
Mr William Ml'cheleon and Mr Arthui
Mltchelson of lerlrn were In Hie cltv
during Ihe week for a few days.
Mre I M Schwab and Ml** Rosalind
Schwab have returned home after a de
lightful aummer at Saratoga.
Mr Robert frowning of Darien made a
short visit to the city during Ihe week
Mr* A W Harmon ha* returned from
a visit to her mother. Mr*. M E. Wright.
Mi** Alice Bayer* will leave during the
week for Dondnn. England, where she wkl
spend this winter and next summer visit
The wedding of Mis* Marie France*
Wholes* of Augusta and Mr. William R
Eley of Columbus. O , will be celebrated
Thursday evening next at the home of
Mr and Mr* J. Pearce Whele**, No Ml
Habersham street Rev. Arthur J. Smith
will perform ihe ceremony, after which
thsre will be a reception. Ml*a Whe|e*s It
a outer of Mr J P. Whele**, and has
many friend* in Savannah.
Ml** Rosalia Beckett wdll leave to-mor
row for Macon, Mo., to spend the winter
with her uncle. Mr. E 8. Norman.
Mr and Mrs. Shulhafer are living Ihl*
winter at No 15 Bull street.
Mla Dottlte Falllgant entertained Tues
day evening wrh an Informal dance In
hottor of her birthday Her gtie*t* w*t
Mr and Mr*. W N. Readick. Ml** Rena
Falllgunt, Mis* Marlon Cooper. Mis Nan
Houston, Mi** Lydia Houston. Mis* fa*
He Remberl, Mt** M ty Nichols. Ml** Car
rie Nichols Mr. Robert J Travis, Mr
Oustavc Robertson. Mr P M Bryan. Mr
C W Rogers. Mr Alex. Krennon, Mr
Halford Falbgani uml Mr. Molina.
Miss Mellle Greenlea of Asheville, who
ha* been the guest of th* Misses Coney,
left Tuesday to spend the winter with
Mr and Mrs. Edward Coney in Bruna
Mlsa Edith Stillwell will return this
week trom Boston, w here she has Den
vlsllhtg Mr and Mr* John K Royall
Mr and Mrs. Aaron Guthman and their
children of Atlanta have come to Savan.
null for the winter and are residing at No.
an Bull street.
Mrs. W. O. Charlton anl Miss I.ucl e
! fharbon are visiting Mrs. Charlton'*
| lather. Mr Manning. In Jacksonville
i Mrs Julius Prr|ln*kl ha* returned from
n visit lo Mr and Mr* Arthur Me Yer,
Mis* Jessie Strickland, wan ha* been
j visiting friends in Amerlcu* and In Mont
| gomery, has returned home.
Uiss Mailon Coopt r ha* ralurnad lion#
CROWDED, BUSY STORE ATTESTS THE MMiMTIC STRENGTH OF OUR SPLENDID OFFERINOs
THIS WEEK’S MAGNIFICENT SHOWING feet wiMcrnfst "f Coloftd and Black Drs.i
Good*, the richest and moxt pleaiing products of foreign looms in RUrk and Colored Silky. Mark the excellence of the endless variety, in fact,
all oi fashion'd latest fancies in that completeness of assortment, and elegance of quality, that baffle all attempt* at competition, and keep the
crowd continually moving toward this money-*aving store READ ON*—SPECIALTIES FOLLOW.
FIGURED MOHAIR CHEVIOTS, value
39c. Monday’s price 25 r
PRIESTLEY'S SILK WARP.
F.L’DORA, warranted dust proof, actual
value S.’oo. special price ....a yard $1.49
BLACK SPECIALTIES (Continued).
Fine Black Silk- Imported
All-Wool Finish Crepon,
Armure, Henrietta, silk finish,
44-in. wide, s;ood value at 52.00 quality.
worth 5i.75, 50c. Special—
to go at Special— 5i.25
$1.23 a yd 30c a yd a yd.
PEBBLE CHEVIOT shrunk and spong
ed, the best-known goods for Tailor
Suits or Separate Skirts, cheap at
s*so. SPECIAL PRICE ...a yard $1.49
BLEACHED DAMASK, all linen. 75c
quality, Special for this week 49
ENGLISH BOX COATS, made of Black Boucle:
The 25c quality,
Special at 20(1 jfj.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT. THE BEST QUALITY. INVARIABLY THE LOWEST PRICES.
At GUTMAIN’S, 19 brouchton street, west.
a viili to Ml* Katherine Johnaon In
Mr I. A Ashrr of New York was In
the city during the week for several day*.
Mr and Mrs J K Fulton have a* thetr
guc*t* Mr*. A S. Potter and Mtsa Besata
l,ee of Statesboro
Mr* T. A Stubbs of Darien, who hat
been the gue*t of Mr and Mr*. W. B
Hill, hue returned home
Mis* Hannah M-A'arlhy ha* returned
home after visHlng if- ndersonvlll*. Sa
luda Flat Rock. Ashevlile and Belmont,
staying about two weeks In each place
While in H* Imont she *|>ent a delightful
fortnight at the Academy of the Sacred
Hear* a* a guest of her cousin. Bister M.
Cap! J C. Post ell has recently purchas
ed the Howard residence at First and
Drayton street* and I* having it renovat
ed and remodelled preparatory to occu
pancy about Nov. 15.
Mr* A. XI Cohen and Ml* Daisy A
Cohen have returned fo the city after a
nix-months’ visit with relative* In Ger
Mls Bessie I*ee and Mr*. A 8 Potter
of Statesboro Ga are the guest* o? Mr
and Mr*. J K Fulton. Monterey Square.
LITTLE JAPANESE KOZUS.
They Are the Apprentices of the
The ancient custom of atgirentlceship
down from mediaeval times, and still tn
force In Europe, ha* a parallel In Japan -
like so many otlor Western customs In
Japan, too, It ha* been hand-1 down for
i-enttirle*. and It remain* to-day one of
the most picturesque and little known ele
ments of Jaiane*e civilization, and of
interest to all who have a soft spot til
their heart* f r small boy*.
The little Japanese apprentice Is called
a "kozo," and he belong* to a poor or
middle da** family, who cannot tinder
tiike the burden of his support and educa
tl->n tn the home To apprentice a hoy to
some useful trade mean* to make a good
provision for his future. rd the Japan
ear Idea seem* lo he that the sooner thl*
• rrangement t* made, the better When
the parent* have decided upon what call
ing the on shall enter, or have fount
a good opening for him. perhaps In the
business of a friend, he hove* hi* home
with hi* parent*, and t* hound over to
hi* new master with a long career before
hint as • k zo" before h# ran aeptre to he
a workman with wage*, and finally a
master himself If he develops any ability
In hla trade
Th* (tret born son In an Oriental fain-
T BEE HIVE,
'JSSi N - SCHUTZ,
Vi* ■*. Mars* Si. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
The Newest Fall and \\ Inter No* rltlea. priced lower than elae
ahert. A critical eiatnlnation will ronvlnce yon that thla I* ao.
The New Imported Gilt Trimming Braid*. 4c, sc. Ir a yard.
The New Imported Gilt Trimming Button*. r. 10c. 12c, a dozen.
Th* New Gilt Beltz. 10c. Sic. 41k'. 75c, Me.
The New Black Patent Leather Belt*. Id-. c.
The New Narrow Black Velvet Belt*. 2Sr.
The New Patent Leather and Tinael Belt*. 35c. 4Sc.
The New Gilt Hair Broochr*. c. c. 10c.
Th# New Horn Braid Pin*. sr, 7c. *c, Sc.
The New B.a -k with AVhlte Polka Dot Velvet*. 9c. lie, 14c, tic. 25c.
The New Corded S.lk Ribbon*. 15c.
Th* Net* Shape* White Linen Collar*. c.
The New Silk Dutch Sleeve*. !.*.
The New Grecian Girdle*. 4c. I*e.
Th* New Shape Cor**4*. 47c. 59c. S9c, Me.
Th# New White I-ac# Collarette*. 44e.5e, 9e, 75c. Me.
The New B! iek 8 Ik Boa*. 75c, Me $1.25. 31.48.
The New Black Velvet Collarettes 45'. c. 75c. 38c, *1.25
The New Purl*.an Ribbon End Trimming*. 10c, 15c, 19c.
The New Black and White Stocking*. 125yc. 15c. 23 . *sc.
The New Ladles’ Ribbed Underwear, lIVM- **c, 39c, *sc, 95c.
Tha Naw GecUctneaa Hnavy UndeoTgcar, 20c, 59c, 45c, 75c, Mw
Special at 69C 60.
Ily Is at FO much importance that in Japan
he rarely becomes a "ko*o. * unless hi*
parents are too poverty-stricken to aup
port him; hut that doe* not often happen
In a country where living is so cheap
that small ones mn he reared at the cost
of a few ‘ sens’’ a day If economisiniif
mu*t he done. It Is the unfortunate young
* r son* who suffer by It and are general
Most of the “koto*** in a Japanese city
ar* country* hoys. k tha* when they
leave their homes they may not return
again for many years It 1* rot uncom
mon for a child to become h "koxo ’ al the
age of five or elx vears If the master
considers the hoy bright and strong an l
likely to do well in the trade, he pave
the parents a proof! sum of money, and
agree* to give the boy a home, food and
'-lothinir until he 1* eighteen, when the
apprenticeship I* over. The name, by the
way, means ‘little priest.” Inquiry do> s
not develop th* reason why this term
applied to them Home e;y that it Is be
cause the “koaos” shave their still
their hair Is allowed to grow out ugain.
at I not kept shaved like that of the
priests. The mooter probably finds it more
economical to have hi* ”ko*oa' ” hair rut
very short, at.d therefore at long Inter
Hard Uorliinir (hap*.
The ”kogo' leu Ih a busy Ufe, to he
-ure. one that is filled with work from
* arly in the morning till late n night,
hut he rarely receives unkind words or
neglect, or suffer* hardship, according to
the Japanese conception. Probably
Nmall American hoy of any class would
ohp t to working :* hard as the average
f f 4- apprentice The Jipsncse are
uniformly gentle In their relation*
* * h other, and harsh word* ate
an > heard, so the “logo* is sure of a,
home where he not only ha* all the rice
’hat is tp-od for him to eat, hut is free
from the nagging which people are so apt
to give oth*r }M*op:e‘ children.
The re to he seen everywhere
tn the streets tn Japan, and in all the
>tores. If they ar* apprenticed to n
“tub!” mak' r ”lahl” are tiie whits
otion an*k with h separate pin e for the
big toe), he sits n I day on the little plat
form within th*' door of the shop, stitch
ing away on the white so ks. and deftly
tilting in the tvary fa-tenlnir Generally
there ere four or five al work al once,
nd the eldest is put in charge. He
checks oil unseemly mirth in thw
enre of a customer, and Interferes when
conversation too loud and turns
into squabbling, for atnali boy a are much
the some the word over
In the streets ‘’kotos** with their
musters’ name printed on the front or
ba-*k of thetr blue cotton fro k* which.
In this department, in
the midst of our great as- /<&
Magnificence, l J
we invariably excite ad- \ J
miration, and never tail to y
THTS CROWSING FEATURE of our store
* evinces skill and taste in bringing together in
T one grand collection, the best novelties in
f Headwear that has ever graced the realms of
fashion The completeness of its every detail, the
- polite attention of the salesladies.has made this
f department the most popular millinery parlor in
the city. Would-be competitors will wonder at.
and the ladies ©f Savannah will be charmed with
The Elegant Hat
At l CIS. Hi
And the Very Stylish
Hat for the small
ull of Style; a perfect beauty. SPECIAL $15.75.
Made of Pebbled
Cheviot & Oxfords
Special at $6.75
with skmriKhr trouser* of tha same
color, make thetr coatume, trundle carta
with lumber and carpenter* tool*, or char
coal. or some kind of *rain Generally the
mark* of their avocation* are so smeared
over their round countenance* that It la
superfluous to look at th* cart to see*
a hat they are doing They always seem
good natured and happy, and have a glow
of health on their brown cheeks ahlch
anybody might envy.
Only Two Holiday*.
' Kozoa have two holiday* only during
the entire year, and one -ond> rs whether
they were selected because they seemed
the most appropriate for the little wretch
es. or whether It Just happened that way,
for they are the two holidays which ap
pear on tha Buddhist calendar a-*
offdays In the Buddhist purgatory, or hell.
Of course such a |4aee never ex I*o-1 tn
the early Buddhism, but It has gradually
grown tn the Imagination of devout be-
Havers, and the list of the torments I#
eatalogued. The unfortunate *plrlt* con
signed to thin plae* suffer from every
Ingenious method of torture ever devised
tn the human mind, hut there are two
days when this ts remitted and they are
alllowed to enjoy life and to recuperaie
These are Ihe two dava on whl *1 the
"koxos” are allowed to do the same, and
great day* they are. and talked f->r* and
to through all the hard labor of the re-t
of th# year.
The master nhveyasupplles pocket money
to the extent of two yen (one doll ir )
which Is a large sum for any Japanese
child to spend, and most of It goes for
a* large a variety of candy and cakes
end other eatables aw the bov can find.
It Is the ambition of every "kozo" tr ie
to the tradition* of his guild to eai so
much and In such peculiar combinations
that he will be 111 and unable to work
for several days following, and he general
ly succeed*. With all their abandonment
to the unrestricted pleasure* of the day,
they seldom forget to visit the temvle of
Kwannon. the God lea* of Mercy, wh-re
they eland reverently before h- r shrine
and say a few prayers, their h its stuffed
with good things to eat and their faces
smeared with the same. Before they leave
they throw a few copper 'Tin" to the gol
desa This never forgotten offering of
prayer* and money Is Ihe mos* unconsci
ously pathetic incident In the m--notonou
existence of the hard work' and little "koxo."
BLACK BEAR STORIES.
The Bear Tells How He Got st the Honey.
t sit telling you last week about cap
turing a bank robber and IBlng at the
time near a farm house where there were
several hive* f bee*. A bear Is a* fond
of honey a* a boy t* of randy, and Is
never able to get enough. I had my eye*
on those hive*, and In prowling around
them smelled delicious honey, hut don’t
you think I didn't know all about bee*.
I'd been stuns several times and knew
how It hurt.
I must get at the honey at night If at
all. hut. of course, I wanted to get the
sweet without the stings. Bee* can't
see very well at night, but If a hive 1%
tipped over they will look for the enemy
who did R. After thinking things over
I went to the wolf and asked him if he
I ked honey.
"I never at* any.” he replied, "but I
have often heard how nice It tastes. Have
you brought me some?”
No. but I know where you can get your
fill of It." I said. ''That'# what I came
to tell you."
Thanks, very much' hut what about
the bees'* J'v* heatd that where there
waa honey there were bees. Bees btte.
"They slir.g sometime? but a wolf
*hou!dr't le afraid fa few bee* AVhy.
It was only last week that you chased a
man two inlies
"Yes. I call myself a pretty brave wolf,"
he wild, "and I don't think I shall mind
a few bee* I shall be ready to go with
you at any time "
I think It was rather a mean trick 1
played on the wolf, but a* he was always
trying to get the he*t of me. I didn't feel
bad about it. One dark t ight I took him
down to the farm and showed him tne
hive*, and sold:
' Now. then, all you've got to do la to
jump against * tuva ar.d push it over
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98c a yd. sl-19 a ya. yd.
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stylish and fashionable kinds. Special
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At 2c a Spool.
Patent Hooks & Eyes
2c a Card.
1c a Paper,
and help yourself. Don't b# o pig **J
eat up all the honey away from m*
But what are you going to dof he
•Tm going to watch the house arg
give the alarm If the farmer comes otp "
"Rut why can't I watch?"
Because 1 have the best eyas P>.-*ry
one know# that a bear can sea further
than a wolf It seems to me you art
turning coward If you don't want honey
Just say ao, and I'll get the fox to h p
"I in no coward, aa t'll aorm show yoa*'
said Ihe wolf, and with that hs leaped
up against ono of the hives and tipped it
Then he ran around and put hi* head
In afier honey. I heard him going: “Yumi
Yum'" as he found It. but It wasn't png
before he found something else The bye,
woke up and plteh.d Into him. and tha
wav that wolf yelled out and rolled over
an | over on ;h* ground would have mads
you laugh till she tear* came He made
so much nolsa that the farmer cam* fa
the door and called out lo hi* wife:
Hannah, there's a big dog fight going
on oui here."
"8hoo? RhcoY Get out!" cal!*d the
w ife; and the wolf gave a few more yelp*
and ran away. '
I was in hiding behind the sunflowers,
and they wall'd for awhile and then shut
th* door and went hack to bed Ry and
by I crept up to the hive and found th#
bees gone or benumbed wtth the cold l
stood there and ate honey for a full hour,
and when I could hold no more I went
off to my den and went to sleep At a
late hour next day I woke up and went
d-.wn to the rr*ek fir a drink Along
1 anie the wolf, and J tell you ha was a
oueer sight He was all swelled up al
most blind, and his tall was dragging on
"Hello, now; but what all* you*' I
"Oh! It'* you. Is it!” he growled a* h
squinted at me. "Wall, I want to tell
you that you are the meatiest bear alt'*!"
"Rut what- have I done?"
"You got me stung by a hundred beea.
and 1 didn’t hardly get a taste of ’ha
honey Never again do you dare to speak
"But I thought you like a Jolts" I
"Joke! Joke!” he howled. "Do I look
like a Jok'd Go on with you, you old
rascal and I’ll never be friends with vo
again!” - | f filial
And he never haa been If * *
yeai ago ihat he got stung, bu' he has
not forgiven me and won't live In the
same piece of woods with me
MOhiTKR IN PISH BED
Big Award Fish and as Mail. Mb
From the Phlladolpha! Record
Provlncetown. Maas., Oct. 14. Innova
tions upon the routine of Ashing Ilf* h v *
occurred here during tha part ten day*
Those Innovation* Include the oapfluie of
a *w<>rdfl*h In a mackerel net. tha cap
ture of a mother porpoise with on suck
ling and one unborn babe. In th* **m*
sort of fish "stopper." and the taking M
a monster shark In a flab '*■
Herman Smith caught the ew-ordrtah '
a n*t designed for th* capture of mack
erel. The fish was big enough and power
ful enough to have bum through th*
frail twine, but Instead It went W*n *
flurry of fear or excitement upon comttlk
In contact wl-h the net, and succeeded tn
rolling Itself In successive folds, th* unk
ed strength of which proved powerfi
enough to withstand the frantic thrash
ing of th* heavy fl*h. Thla creature
weighed SSn pound*, and aoM for apt't'O*
The shark was a big one. weighing more
than 1 000 pound* Theoll extracted from
It amounted to one and one-half barrels
The specie* was unknown to Its captor*
men who had ahared In the k>! ng n
many kindfc of shark* The wonder
that a shark ao large would have remain
ed within the wetr and suffered dw*n
when with a few sweeps of th# tan
would have mad# It* escape
The porpoise* were caught by two fld*-
ermen In o mackerel net They were m
ed In the netting, and were he!pi***, but
living when found The captor# kno Keo
• hem on the head and carried tham TANARUS"
sale to a manufacturer of watch oil T ‘
mother porpoise* measured flve f**t ,
length, while the suckling wo* t*° *
one-half fact Jamg>
2 for lc.
be a piece.