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The New Firm has been received with great favor. The confidence of the people is a great
factor. We appreciate it, and our desire to please grows all the stronger. Our Grand New Store,
with every modern convenience for comfortable shopping, has excited the admiration of Savannah. The wealth of New
Merchandise excels anything ever seen here. The standard of our goods is of The Very Best, the styles are The Very
Latest, the service is nearly perfect, prices always The Very Lowest.
Greater Savannah’s Greatest Storef
Shoes for Ladies.
Shoes for Misses.
Shoes for Boys.
Shoes for Youths.
Shoes for Babies.
Ask to be shown the
All the little requisites of
a well appointed Shoe Store
are here,and the Department
is growing daily in public
favor. Visit the
Only One Price to All! Always the Lowest!
Indigo Print*, only 4r
FUnnelktte Outings ...• 1-F-
Flannelle.it* < utln*< 7c
Fleece I4ned Oulinff,.. 7c
Heavy C<*u>n F.annel 6c
ik4vy Cot ion Flannel 7c
Bolt Yard-Wile Ilk a h 6 l-4c
Ten quarter Wheeling* - 16
Ten ljuart# r Ilk-aching, 17c |
Nice Pillow Cases •••Mci
Scarlet Twill Flannel, 19
Ofey Twl.l Flannel, '
L.Kkrtlown Flannel. 2*
Tricot Flannel 33c
Cotton Huck Towels. 6
1.1 nen llu k Towel* lAc
Hemmed IJnen Towels I<X-
Fxtra I.aita Towel* 35c
Turkey Red Unnant 11**
Cheeked Doilies. a doien 2*-
Damask Napkins. a dozen
I Davy Du k Crash, 6 1-4.
Bleach Twill Craah 3c
Chenille Table Covers,
Tapestry Table covet a 9*
White Crochet Twills B>e
Japanese Drapery * I*4
New Wwise Draperies 16c
LUTHERANS OF GEORGIA.
THICI It SYNOD WIFI. NRKT \T HNlt-
A l.eo N
Jt**T. Dr. YV. C. Irtiaeirer, and Hev.
X. J. Fptlne and Tn lay I a*-1 -
firalpa Will A Mend-To-day the
I: In lit It Anu I v erait r y of llr. Seliaelf
er*a Paalorate at the t liureh of ,
the A*ee*lon—'Trinity < liureh Not
Net Completed—Nerlra of Revival
•*rralrea nt Wealey AN 111 Kail To
liiaht—t hotr Feat Ia a Int *l. Jh'* 1
Itrntal of Feava nt Cathedral of Ml.
John the Baptist to He Held Neat
The annual meeting of the State Synod ]
of the Lutheran Churrta will begin NN **d
r. *da> at llerelaoti. Coweta county, end i
will la 4 probably w week. Tin* dymal s j
< rnpoeed of eighlcen ohur hea. and this
wit be it* forty-first meeting Rev. \V
C firhaeffit, of the Dutheran Church *T j
the Ascension, who la the president of th. j
Synod, and Rev. M J. Hiding. pastor of
th St Paui a lutheran Church, itmethrr .
with one jay delegate from each of thee* ,
churches, who will be elected at to-day's j
a*>:vicci, will leave for lleralson Tuesday)
2to\ Dr Schaeffer will fweach the open- |
*r ; rrrmdi of the scstdoa. The principal,
1 j*li; a that will '.* coneldered besides j
the usual parochial reporie. will be the,
< 1 rational Interests of the church. This
s |, having no state educational insti-l
. ,*ji contribute* largely to the support
of Newberry College. Newberry, B C. I
u.O a.ao to the Theological Seminary at
Mi ficmam. 6 C.
Dr. SchaalTar *ya that the pa.t year
h. be.n a mo.l pro.p<roua on. In L.uth>
<ran ctrol*. an 4 that It I. quit, likely that
Uia aMwrtloQiueiMa w lira dlßerent
FOYE & ECKSTEIN.
In the SILK Store.
At 39c, Silk Taffetas, all new colors.
At 58c, Black Taffeta of superb quality.
At 58c, Satin Duclicssc, pure Silk.
A DRIVE IN SILKS
. at 69 cts.
24-inch Black Satin Duchesse, reduced to 60r
27-inch Black TalTeta Silk, reduced to 60c
22-inch Biack Peau dc Soie, reduced to 60c
22 inch Black Gros Grains, reduced to #69c
24-inch Black Figured Taffetas now only 60c
Rich Taffeta Silk', every color, reduced to 69c
Fancy Silks. $1 quality', in waist lengths 60c
Stripes, Plaids, Brocades, worth $1 and over 60c
Special! Guaranteed Taffetas at. ..98c, at sl.lO, at $1.40
Special! Peau de Soie, charming quality, at 98c
Special! Black Satin Duchesse, “a cinch" 98c
Special! Black Peau de Soie 89c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49
Special! Exclusive Silk Novelties ,89c, $1.19, $1.49
The CLOAK and SUIT STORE
Fur Capes and Collars, $2 49 lo $50.00
Tailor Made Suits ...$6.49, $8.49, $12.49
Very Tony Suits, Fine Cloth,*. 515.00, $20.00
CREAT STOCK COLF SKIRTS
From $2.98 up.
Mercerized Saline Petticoats $1.19, Si.4o, Si.oß
Stylish Siik Petticoats, brilliant colors $4.08, sß.4‘*
Flannellette Wrappers, cheap at SI.OO, they j;o at .. <>‘c
Flannellette Wrappers, flounced and trimmed. 08c, sl.lO
Flannellette Waists, warm, neat, comfortable, at.... 40c
All Wool Flannel Waists, best in Savannah, at 08c
Prettiest line Flannel Waists, a brilliant line s2.4‘>
A dazzling array French Flannel Waists, $3.40 and $4.08
Special! Black Ready Made Skirts $1.40
Special! Heavy Black Taffeta Skirts $7.50
Special! Grand value in Jackets $4 40, $7.40, $12.4*
Special! Cloth & Plush Capes, 08c, sl.lO and up to $15.00
roYi-: c\- i-;cks'it;i : \
branch©* of th© church work for the ne*|
year will be unuaua..y large.
The congregation **f Trinity Church will
I** (llk.ii p. iniMf In not getting Into It*
auditorium to-day. The failure of some
of th** fixtures m*l furniture to arrive,
having riund further delay. The ser
vi©e io*4<iy will lx* held in the Sunday
School room, the i# • r mu j r**a h at 11
oVlo. k a in., for whirl will h* idmtn
|ptere*l th- wvram**nt of th- Ronl'# Bup
pr At right the topi will b* “Why I
Believe the Bible *' The Sunday Behool
will meet at 4 <* • k The Kpworth
R u’.i'' tne. mg Will hr held Wednesday
At s !5 i* m . and praur meeting, Thurs
day at S l* m.
\ *h* Seventh Street Methodist Church
there will be pro *• lung at ll o'clock . m
b; the p.i*t<*r. lte\ .1 A Smith. Hi*
Mibjeet will be “What I Have (liven, I
Have Saved " At the conclusion of the
#**rvie th* lrd Hupper will be iidmin
lpter*i At 9 If* i m , the children of
the church ami Sabbath School will render
pf->*rt arnrn** prepar'd for a ml©*lou.ry
‘•i i iwu Meth century rally The Hundiv
School w i;l met nt 4 p m. The Junior
1/ *g’e. Mondav nf ernoon. at 4 o’clock,
t tie Senior I*©ag i* Tuesday nt ip m . and
i ie <*hnr ' --nferjnca Thursday, at the
At \\'©l#y Monumental Church there
nlll I* H.-rvir** lo .I iv nl II o', luck and at
* l>. m . ron.lu. ii .l by Rev. K,l F rook,
flip pastor The series of special eer vlot*.,
which Im (.'Mi In praii'rrs f.ar two weeks,
will emetndi with i to-night.
will he resumed. Th Sunday R.-hool will
meet at 4 j>. m. The monthly meeting of
t!ie hoard of steward* will bo held on
Monday at * 16 in. A devotional meet
ing of the Kpwonh Leugut will be held i
Tuesday at $.16 p ni The Woman's Mis
s onary Boclafy, Tuesday at 4 p m Pray
er and Bible study on Wednesday at $.16
p m , and the Junior l-ssfue on Friday
at I p. m.
The services at Orac* Methodist Church
mil be conducted to-day by Uev, Oaiood
THE MORNING NEWS: SC NDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1000.
F. Cook, tw.tor At ll o clock a. m his
j them** will h -True to Sacred In-
I rtiienees." anti at $ p m„ he will preach
!•’" " lH,uh, Removal.” Aft.r the mor „-
iiik sermon the sacrament of the laird's
supper will Ik) titlmlnl-tered Til. Puiutay
I S' ho, I w ill meet lit 4 | m , anti the Junl r
l *tie at .. el ", k Ihe Ml |, nu / ,n.l
I'.irsoun** A;d H0.1.-ll.s will meet Met
•Wiy afternoon, and t . steward?-, Muntlay
ntaht Th* t-tpwotlh I.eaKUe serviee .4%.
be held Tiieslay m 1:)} p nt , and prayer
! meeting. Wednesday, at p m.
At Si. John’* Church Rev Charles If
Strong, rector, there will be morning *•;
vice. hs|\ rommunlon and p*rnmn at It
o'clock, Sunday school at 4 J>> p. n .m l
• veiling eorvlccH at 4 o’clock on th
evening# of the first Burnt*.** of rhs non h
th© sermon In th** our.-** of sermons - >
th© Rife of Christ, will !*© >mltt**l sin Ii
service of sacred nnil will he subs'l
tuted. This I* the second choir f- tl\ >1
The programme, h ■% follows
Proce*ionaJ. “On word Christian Sol
The General Confession.
The fiord's Prayer.
Minister O l,oid. ejeii Thou our Up*
Response And our mouth shall show*
forth Thy praise
Minister Glory be to the Father and to
th* Bon. and to the Holy Ghost;
Response- As It w i* In lh** t-umnlnc Is
now. and ever shall be; woild without cut.
Minister- Pruts# ye the l>ord
R©#pun#o~-Th© Lord # name be prtiw'l.
Magnificat .. Ft dln F"
Nunc Dlmtttl* Field In T*
A p***♦!“>' Crre.j
Hymn. "1 Heard the Voice f J*e ** say *
“Seek Ys the IdOr.l" Dr. J V Roberts
Solo, selected Mr. John B 1 irk
"As Psnts the Heart" CoitaJa
Solo, “Sancta MarU“ Fjure
Mr Cuyler Gordon. Violin obiigato by
Organ solo, “Benediction Nuptlan"
• Alfred Hollins
to the carnival of the
will be made welcome at our
large new store. Ladies
will find every convenience
provided for their special
comfort in our spacious par
lors on the, first floor. Make
while in this city. The store
is convenient to every street
car line connecting with
every railroad station as
well as steamboat wharves.
Are some of the special
features of this store.
is in charge of our
who will be pleased to see
our friends, as well as her
own, and serve them with 1
the very latent productions j
of Paris, London and New
supplied at short notice and
constautlv on hand.
Trimmed To Order.
Mr \Voe hi me.
"The Gholr Boy'a Dream'*. Ram ert
Mr. Blots, with vl din obligato by Mr.
"Spirit Immortal from “AttlllA*
Recessional "J**rusaltfm. the Golden,*'
Otg.in “Flute Concerto"..Hlnck
! At St Paul's Chu-ch, Rev. J L. Scully,
Xct r. the services will be as followr*
la.irly celHr.itU>i> at ?30 a. m. Morning
prayer at lo:A* a. m HUrh celebration at
ll a. m Sunday S* iiool at 4 p. rn , an*l
• \citing prayer at S: 15
At Christ (Jhurch ft* v Robb White, rcc
t >r. there will b a service and at
11 o'ck>ck a. in., and also at b 15 p m
The Surubt) School will meet at 4 p tn.
At the First liop*lit Church, the last
regular Isonl's *ifper service in the llr**t
century church's history will be
observed at il o'clock s m. At night Pas
tor John D J Man will administer th©
ordinance of baptism and preach on "The
,v | in m ar public,
at. 1 member* ar *sie < uillv desire*! to t>*
pre • nt at th* morning service, as import*
ant announc*-m* nts will be mad**. Mr
McCardel will si g the offertory at th©
morning servi •
Ser% !•*• nt Chtireh.
I The services which have been held In
the new auditor uni of the Bouthsld* Bap
t’-f Church will be continued this week.
At ll o'clock morning Rev. W I).
K n* will preach ui *1 at H O'clock to-night
the sermon will be bv Rev. J. A. Scarboro.
Services at the Duffy Street Baptist
Church nrlU ba conducted by ths pastor,
Rev Robi VnnDtvtntgr. At H o clock
m the subject of the sermon will bs
"Saved for Servlet.'' All p m tht sub
ject will be “Th# Young Man In Social
Rife ‘ this being the third of • seriea
of Svt sermotis to young men and young
women. The Senior Baptist Young People *
' Union wU4 nivti at It) o'clock, tht Junior
IN THE FURNITURE STORE.
Solid Oak 5 panel Screens, 5 and 6 feet $2.75
YV liite and Gold Easels, also Solid Oak, B9c
Bent Back Wood Seat Chairs, a Cxi ft 49c
SOLID OAK LADIES' DESK
Beautiful Gold Chairs with Silk Damask $3.98
Handsome Sideboards with bevel mirrors 10.98
Sideboards, richly carved, in polished oak 18.00
Smyrna Rugs, 30x60 inches, heavy quality, only 99c
Linen Window Shades, fringed, white or ecruc 65c
Portieres, in a lovely variety of colorings,s3,9B, $2.98,51.98
Art Squares anil Crumb Cloths, 3 yards square 3.98
50 rolls Mattings, every desirable style 45c, 35c. 25c
Special! Parlor Suits, 5 pieces, $25 value, at $13.98
Special! Hat Racks, plate glass, umbrella holder.. 3.98
Special! Turkish Couches, largest line in the city.. 3.98
Special! Turkish Couches, elegant specimens, up to 55.00
Best Tapestry, Brussels, at B(i>£c
THE GREAT NOTION STORE
There Is a profusion of pretty small wares that are so
needful to the Ladles for Ornament, for Adornment and
Luxury, all at Small Prices.
SAMPLE LOT LACE CURTAINS,
Short 25c Lengths.
Ladies Grey and White Merino Underwear 75c
Childrens Grey and W hite Underwear 10c. 17c, 23c
Childrens Fleece Lined Underwear 10c, 13c, 17c, 23c
Childrens Ribbed Combination Suits, at.... 25c and 50c
Ladies Fleece Ribbed Underwear 17c, 25c. 30c, 40c
Ladies Union Suits, Ribbed, at 49c, at 75c, at 98c, at $1.49
Ladies Scarlet Medicated Underwear, 75c, SI.OO and $1.50
Ladies Fast Black Hose, at 10c, at 15c, at 25c, up to 75c
Special! Warm Bed Comforters 89c, 69c, 49c. 39c
Special! Eiderdown Comforters, ....sl2 50, $8.49, §4.98
Special! Blanket Bargains, at 58c, at 69c, at 98c
Special! Thousand Pair Blankets $1.49 to $15.00
rilYll & I-XIISTMI.Y
Baptist Young People's Pnion at 3:30 p. m
and the Bible S 'hool at 4.
The usual servlcea will be held at the
li.*lcpen<l-tu Presbyterian Chur *h, con
; *luct**d by the puss or. Rev. J. Y. Fair,
; D. P.
Servi cs nt the First Prewbvterlan
Church at 11 o*clo<*k a. m . nn.l at 8 p.
| m . will he conducted by the |*o-t*>r, Rev.
Arthur J. Smith.
At the R.iwlnn Memorial the usual scr
j vices nt ll o’clock h. m. and nt 8 p. m.
will b.* conducted by the pastor. Rev. V\\
A. Nlsbei. ,
At the Ruthoran Church of the Ascen
sion services will be held at 11
o'clock m. qi. and nt 8 p. ni.
At the morning service the pas
tor will preach his eighth anniversary
sermon, having token clktrge of th©
church Nov. 1. 1892 At 8 , m n lf . sm
doy 8. hool will hold 1 1 s annual rally with
n interesting prugramm* of music, *d-
J dresses and reports The normal claß for
Bible study will meet Monday at 8.i5 p. m.
At 8* Paul's Ruth ran Church, th© serv
ices will l>e dl\i*led between the c ngre
.at*'n and the Blind ly Si. h*ol. There will
be preaching s' 11 a. nt by the pastor.
Rev M .1 Kpilng fdiowe*l by a tur. c
! tional meeting for elective purpo-< - The
Sunday Be bool will nt*vi nt 1 t j m. At
8 p m. the school will celebrate th© elev
enth anniversary of Its on.’ .ni.i'ion. \
special programm* will b* • nderel Of
f**r*ns wl I b© mad* f* r t • Grp an Home
of th© Fnltfd Synod of the South.
At the Christian Churvh. pattor W. F
Watklna will preach s 11 o'clo. k s m.
on "Ways to Work.” sr.d at 8 p m th#
first of a strlca of ssrmdr.s on "Tlie Story
of a least Bon,'* th# subject being • Th©
Karly . Home." The Christian Knl#.vor
mooting will be held at 7:15 p m. Th©
i remainder oX this series of night sermons
© follows: Sunday. Nov. 11, "Reaving
ib m< . isth, "The Far Country;'* 25th.
' Thouc'ii* „t ii.en-.” Dec. * 'Homesiarj
Koruna ( atlinllc.
Services In Ihe Clhe*lrsl of 81 John
l Ilai n.l ,0 Sundays will l> es follows:
l'lrsl mass nt 7 o'clock ■ m children's
mi--, In the basement, and followed by
S.m-Uy i*i :iool ai 6, high mass and aermon
i* 11. and ve.-|>.re and l>en*sllction of tha
HI.-,<d Ha -ramrnt at $ o clock p m
W.k day services wl,; he First mars
ml mas* „f which the
Bishop will ir th lebrant, at 7, ami
i . :d mu? .ii 7 Conf( ->ions are heard
• I h Saturday from 4.60 p. m. until 9
'I J • n o 10.-k service to-day will he
" be *be
IMSsitlfl a I mass celebrated In the
chinch by Btshup Kelley
'Me r.iuln.- of the pew* of the Caihe
'*r |da i next Sunday uftcr
\ . p i * and w ill tic tinder the direction of
the pew '■'immune, Messrs P F. Olea
son. M. A O'Bvrne and P \V Golden.
• nans show Is the location and prk e, 1
Of the p,l Will be distributed amone the
* w ©d**** horgiii n.
Services will he held at Ihe Park New
I'nurrb -Swe*lenborlan). by Rev. Alex
nnder Henry, pastor. a 11 o'clock a m
and at Ip. m The subject of the morn
,na , r.," , n wm be "God * Real Presence
M ' ll rf >" subject of ihe evenlne
will be -Ore no) m Whom Them
Ia Dlvin© Trinity."
( hrlatlnn S#|#ntlai.
Sendees • th. First Church of Christ.
J clentl*t b'l be t.tld at 11 o'clock a m
Th* sermon wl); os on Morsels and Im-
The Sunday School will m*4t
at U r.oon Th* Wednesday ntaht ssr-
Vce will be he,d a: Iy. o'clock. All aer
vlces are held at th* Metropolitan Hall.
Y. *>. O. A.
lbs speaker at tha Young Mao’a chrta-
Cheviots at 4<; c
Venetians at 4q c
Henriettas at 4‘* c
Ladies’ Cloths at .. o
Crepons at (p c
All the well known make-,
“ Black ”
Dress Materials arc here.
lou can depend that the
goods we handle are the
best to be had anywhere.
Our trade has developed
very rapidly and the ladies
are getting to appreciate
Great Stock of
The Dress Goods Store,
Sc silk sir.p.4
20c Novelty Drf. Goo-1*
♦•-Inch Colored Venetian
♦•-Inch Wool (lorn,--puna
♦•-Inch Wool Xiheline, -
fil-ln.-h Wool ll.tnicpima
M-Inch Colored Venetian* >
M-4nch Fine 11r0.v1.-Mh* >.
nver.ible Golf t: .
R< vcrslble Golf Sklrtln** j
Hever.lMe Oolf Skirlln.s f
Htin. tie Waterproof., j, 49
Sum Kjni.-n Venetian* J >.■
Fkrce and Ribbed l'n>Wwrar ?
Camel* llair Underwear,
Ouilng Night Hhiri*
N.itural Wool Underwear
Natural Wool Fritter wear. J •
Men * Fnlaundered Shirts* 3 fo
Beamless Half Ho* • a
Men * Si k Neckwear
Finest SJk Neckwear
Fine Gloria Fmbr* Has ‘ r *
Ladies’ Fancy Hosiery
Ladies’ Warm Fndcrwear
Lid.ee’ Fine Cora*-!*,
Velvet Blok Co.lars
I tian Aeso<btion this afternoon st
■ •clock, will be Rev. W A. Nlcl'c*
. .1' •■ ’r "f • s* ••T .I f‘r . .t
! will I>© found very ©njovwbl© by i
i .itten o.
From th© lggHlon N* ws
| Th# Chinain.in, according to Hug
Frmann in hi recent e-g.iy on "C •
Cultur#," h.s been for conttiri©# a n> *
play and ©port. Flr#t on hi# 11-t of
•‘om©ii cheaa, th© Chin©#© “W 1-K v *
cording to a legend current i; *•
thia "gam© of gam©"'" wo© Invent 1 •
Persian Grand Vlai r, but ll* r i
m.inn declare© that It w.i© payed
< *hln**#© in ag*** which our limh*<l Ii
©an chronology <it pr> *m hvH'* "
prehistoric. The (’hint*-** have i
lioard with *dx time© a nun> l
white "Held#" a© our own. w !<*h * t ■ ' ’*
to ©lxty-four ©<juar*# "Wnl-ki 1- I
with ©ton©#, and © game hit h*©n K n
to la©t for several day©, R tt • <
Kl-lo> and domino#* (Chin© *• ll#* '
iiav© t>e©n l#o in use in China ( r •
turle©. Tii© Chinaman waa a "ai*ri-n
•ay* Herr Oppermann,
lh© Greek# gut her<l to t • ():ym;*i
te#t. Cro##-bow match## a* and mat • • !
ro|M- lugging provided a •“’
athletic energies of th** Chin#"# Vila.. *
thounand© of year© ag . * re 4
maintain©*! The rope i© m 1 <•
and ! oft©n of an a#t ni#hl? g •
Straw rop**© lor # con be Uiw**n
|.tg*># are not lnfr#(|u#nt y two t"
thickness. The whole p.fult*l no r
th© men, but even tin* women •*
dren of a commun#—will turn ut In f
and tug iiaKalonately at tii© rot’*’ (• •
the glory of a local vl tor> P f
cro©©-bow marksmen go rou. *1 t *
lag#* to offer tMi
contest. Hen-'s It miy b* t at ou’
pUInU of cricket or football p t**
lam" are not ao modern a# w n t r
sa'.vsf. but mor# anctei t lan i f gan •
•elf la. aud possibly cam* t* ’h ' *
with our Arysn forefathers In *om© fo •
and point to a atrrn and l#t nt
when thy played "matches '
far Has tern rival*