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Lngagemcn’i rumored, ensajemenu afi
r an id. ei Kajjfmfnti hpj !v ending in
brilliant 'Mu k —these are n cheering
topic* of thin U • iroii’ti • i if-imn, t.
be dlacu*>s<d r' .ati\rly approvingly
*f!K !jntly. with ii neve failing * thw
fUMn If a!i the world loves i* lover. all
womankind, as* m well known, lot* # upon
a wedding and at this proper proverbial
fa n m re than ever, w n f hrre can
Pc. m& Net. no dm*ra ting thought* of
rout* and dinners nd dai.ee>. and one *
undivided attention n*y In given to the
th.rma of feminine confidences
Indeed a;, life h* i more delightful than
Itie w <h r i ret \ . g ue-s* i a month
ago. which nobody but you must know
J iet yet ? Or the astonishing new# your
best friend t • a 1 from somebody el*e,
who hid :t from ore who knew and wh.- h
I' gotng *o #upri*o everybody when It
t mes out? Or, best of all. th**.'** conge
r .* meetings of the el* i to whom r*-
ievealed. * the ,p; ini* I hour draws
mgh, the wonder* r.d g>rie* of a dainty
troufseau. Clothe* and loth* and
clothe*—more entrancing at this season
than at any other, when one may *om
bine the ftapropriety of winter, the
e t>ernes o! m r imn. the frivolity of
ftumm> r. and the coquetry of spring.
Misties* the tale trial 1 r *e
This le*** n seem- to carry—
Choose rot ai *ne a proper mate,
Hut proper time to marry ”
An event aooui sal h much cordial in
t#r*!*i enters l■* tue applet hlng weMing
of M s Mery W it* at I Mr A-rhur
luverlv Klliott which will be eiebrated
In Christ Cnurch at t.vK#n on
father. Rev R*> c. White. w. 1 p* '*
i • M • v. at i *
w h her brother, Mr Hobh White, J r .
wto wilt give her n*iv ThebrKWm.il !*
w.i l Mise Neil While M > S *ll y iI•
k*ll Mi>i Una Huger. n1 M -* i.mnin
Huger. The be*: man will be Dr t\ W
i *w ene
\fter the ceremony the wr-ddu g i if >
w l be entertained hv fbv Mr Unite
s I Mr* Wtiito a* fheir hume on Pre-
Idem street, bu: thets will be no rc ,-
Mrs J J Wilder, Mr- Randolph An
d* rson <i*l Ms- Pag* \nder*j*i return* 1
e few days ago from Marietta
Mr* law \\ llaskeii Mr Jam** T
I'enr and Mrs Pine left v*-t*rday for
Jv>w York, to *| < i ecve. tl w* *k
Cards ha\ •< n r* n*tl frorn Mr and
Mrs lsouis J old -*i r.ird of Coluin i
Leonard to Mr I rank (Stieve Lumpkin
The terefitonv will nk pin e at ihelr
bom* WiKfw*Hel. at •o < k, on the ven
log of Tt.’ir-di the- l.dh of
Miss Cirr.ird ms \ - 11 • • l )-. Savannah
several tim* s.d both sh** nf Mr
l.unipkin h.i \c many frin)a here.
Hi et and II get
S|ent ti* eumm i IP*. kt*r .•!* Alum
Springs and liav- beet, its W'.idling ton
during Oc t< •r, s* *um J Thursdty irv-rii
Mrs John 1. If iminonJ nnd Mr* If
!■' Hurdcll w ill return in a few' day*
from N* w V< .k M.r> Marlon Ifami
I* vlil:lbi i r i Will, ami I ■ .r t
Toe Dupli .tit- \\ uni t’lub hr Id th* fits*
Birr tin* of i • . loan Friday aft-moon
•KIM f Mi UHird Tin
r -mb. • s of rh* .tin ar<- Mr* 1.. II ir.lv
Mr* !• K Msldi im. Mr*. John Xlabet
Mr* It:* 'l* r Ml J . r:.. I I .. I ,S|| .
C. N Wmi, Mr* T S W\I.V Mr* Ar
thur If M (IthkH Mrs , ....
Mrs William Hearing, and Mr* Henrv
McAlptn. all of whom *rr preaen 1 . ex
cept Mr* Niahei an.l Mr* Glbnes Tlm
beat mirth.,. will take |,l ■ r Kr .1 *\ after
noon •• Mr* Oahhxt * on fj * r,oi ••re*t
Ml-e I.into* at I Mr* Ahr m Damn .
ton Read i *. irri.lirj *..>m* 1 1rr * tog* her
In New York
Ml** Mi.tiir Reid returned Thursday
mornn from <’hi ,ig.>
Tbr Harr lad Woman'* E&urhro <'in ; . *,
lieen reorganised tor r- w.-*.r and will
hull I** rlrsi nv.'ingat (hr mine . .f M a
J 8. ffowklna early In December
Mr* !' \ Walker. who ha* iron tho
*U’*l Of Mr a'd Mr* llonry M Allan.
Irfr Saturday tor hor homo In BlufTt a
Mr and Mr* John Adam* of liiiihno o
aro vlamiiK Mi* J Gueiard Ho* ward or.
Mr* I'harbs Edward P'raton entertain
ed '!■ V. ; < i r *l <’ lb y. stei dav a't.r
n<or Among iho member* preen • **rro
Ml** Irll'' Si weil, Mi*. Mrie I >r-o*r.
Mi** little Hloo.lv.iin. Mira Ueeele
■ • Of M M< ta i* - mi' Mi*- Igtta
Morgan, Mi*a K.itharlne I>r*ro, M **
l.'da i' Mi*- Kllen Moigan MU*
Motion i ..for mol Mi** Enla Hhuptllno
Mis* Kllxabeth llarkoll and Ml,* Silly
Haskell •(..! If :i if. a day* ig.i for P.*.
liniMi to at loud the ot.ur tali Thursday
right. im- Welling Mr. and Mr*. FT;x
Mr* H M I'otnrr led Fn jv to vt.-lt
Mi ana Mr* < lik Howell in Atlanta
Mi* Rob* it Aiolrr/On ... I Mr*. William
Allen of New York * .11 eli.n!
tor Kuro|ir to spend aome ilmo abroad
Mr# Jam#* L Sextoi . M* J F W ood
Mr* W. D Krononu, Mr* A H Hull Mr#
Hot ice A Cione, Mr* Barron 'are-
Mr* Cornwell. Mlo* Irene With
er* and Mm. Juitan .tonne, n
wilt t.p the luwtrtHi at rr. *|Mton to Ih
visiting delegates o( the Daughters ol Ih
I onladora y Thursday atteriwion from
f, until In ;o<k. at the home of Mra J F
II <>iy| oa .1 liltakar otr'• t
Mr A 11 June* returned Thursday. a ■-
* cm; . I 1 1 v I*, r lauffhior. Mr* J 11
Barker uf Now York Ml** Annie V
Jnr . - | cap* < led home the latter |>arl of
A a r rernt rnlci talnment given at the
L'nlvenlv uf the South. Mr liarrl* Cope
nr.d Mr Per > llupr ivirned off ihe hon
or* of the event! in .* cakewalk. which
<m piouo * *1 he an appreciative and
thor. uglily -.onprienl audience (h*- lilt
of the i. * .oil Mt . f*e w ho *ii enter
ed o.i th programme a* Mi** Harrl*e
Cop*. wore ft stunning crimson gown In
the mult approved style. high-heeled pat
>n• leather slippery <nd a very fetching
bat of rad while Mr II ger, a* Mr Hugh,
made n gallant haau. The Bern,in** Pur
ple • week If i ibllslied y " letl A*-
rociatlon of the I ivr*ity i hi* atrua-
Iti* notice <f the iffe.r l.nv but not
la**. v C • II *r •
Cope the form*' • *• a iß.rtor o! t.ie Ethi
opian s loftl'ii Pl* *l* of manly beauty
er.-l grar •. tin latter a timid, grateful
j our. itvvu, w t.u.c deprecatory. aitufP.es
and mole.*, retiring pii-me-1 is brought
down th* ho’jse Af?er e *tv t* libera* on
the Jij*ip - M *-r- L Mj WVUiima. K.l-
P*r k *• i Cameron, decided Huger and
•• • e !he t. v oiplr. and tie present, a
larg* ake. .- presented to th* tn. ‘
Mr Frank B 8 re\*n arrived Friday
morntrg and is vi- ting Mr u i Mr* W
W tiorii n Jr Mr S \*n ;nd Mast* r
Chari* s Mill* re exp- .t. j • little la - * r to
-pend th* 4 winter In Savannah.
Mr and Mrs Chari** A tiibbe* return*
* 1 Frida, from New Yrk
Mr*, Ldw.ird Weed -f Florida, president
of the I>*ught*is of th* Confederacy, will
it* th* gue.-t o' Mrs Jm* L S* xton dur
ing the convention
M - /illah Km me:, of Columbus who
visited Miss Leonora Gabhett last w inter,
was made, queen of the Columbus Car
nival during the past week
M as Flora Dancy left during tie week
J 4 Brooghton Street, West. P
Ladies’ Furnishings. |
The Womens Store.
We will have our display this week. Our fall and
Waists, Dress Goods,
Skirts. Dress Trimmings,
Silk Petticoats, Neckwear,
Kid Gloves Corsets.
As to our assortments in general it goes without
saying it is the larpest and finest in the city.
We have every good style and plenty at almost
anv price you want to pay.
Fashion has approved of Flannel Waists. e have
them plain or embroidered, as you like.
Try our Buena Tonic for the complexion.
On sale this week Ladies’ $5 Walking Skirts at
Closing out the balance of our $5 and sl2 Silk-
Waists at $2.98.
.r, atland tho atata ball In Columbia
M . Haley Bryan, who ha* been In New
York for some time. Is now Hudylng at
the School of Design and expects to spend
ha winter In New York
Mr Waller P Hartrtdtto returned last
night from Guyton, where she lias l>#eu
visiting Mr*. J I, Graham
Mr* H. 1) Munford and little Miss Kr
mlnle Munford are visiting Mr and Mrs.
K >1 Butler on Korsyth Park
Mi** Margaret Stiles h., las been
rt nt:) visiting her slsl. r. Mrs Frank
Atreven In * oWmnu , returned homo
Ml-* Hot* Sullivan lef- Saturday to ,
spend * .'*ral weeks tn N w Yoik
Mr* Hampton 1, Kent I. Mi*# Eleanor
Ferrlll and Miss Margaret l rrrill, have
leturned from New York
Mis* Mary Clay who ha* been In New
York for *..me week*. Is no* visiting Mis |
Enos in Englewood
Mrs Henrv Eaikus returned yester.lav j
from New York.
Mis* Ahhle Orm# left t .* morning for
New Orleano. where *he will visit Mr. atal
Mrs Gordon frme
Hr and Mrs W W Owen* sailed;
Thursday for New York
Miss Nina Crane and Mr Edward Prane
are Visiting Dr vnd Mr# Smith In
Mrs Johr Anna G Rozets returned n
(1 w dA)“ Igo alter M drllghtful s irt)m"r
In Ponne.-tb ut
Mr* Marl* McAlpln ril l Ml** Hell* M
Alpm who sje-nt ihe summer • Warm
Aptinga and nave roconily hern visiting
Mi- Tra v Hickman In August*, are at
.0 n* ciu iin
Mix Mai) Kilt* l visitlng tn Yonkers
Mi n.l Mr* Malcolm Piinnlrgirm have
moved f. r the winter to No. 11l Barnard
Mr* Puller and Mi-* Fuller, vvhn hnv*
been vlsl'lng Mr and Mr* IH nr> I>
.utc-vens. bit revently for tlvetr home, in
Mi* HionlHy v ivnmark ha* relum'd
Mrs Henry Biun saiksd Tuesday f*t
New York, w here she will spend several '
Dr. and Mr* J B. Ilea.l came up ftom
Green Pove Bpr!ng during the w.- k and
will be In lovvn l-t nho.it * fort right
Mi 01.1 Mr- Robert Sidney Cope hive
commenced housek* eplna f r the wli.er
111 their new hesne. on Mornlnrslde Park
Master William Hunter I* visiting Mrs ,
Elliott Ouerard, In HlulTtnn
Mrs W. C Hruen and Miss Ellra Gregg
who have basn visiting Mrs H'-k In
i Wtlkesharre ate expe ir.| horn* shotll)
Mts V M l* IN llwn of Atht.t 1 I* c\.
1... >e<l Tua <hvy lo v i ll Mi aid M>* M
...j|m Maclean during i ■■ ■ omentlon
the Daughlcre of the Confederacy.
Mr. E. E C. Hubarsham haa returned
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 190(1
j imm ivnl n r \ r*p*o ! , io 1
!in#r In f*l-..,
Mr H W and 3* If*urr Kord lf Murint
•..* r,k in th<> >tt bali in Oo
i i inbla.
Dr and .Mi* rh trle 3 llarron ha.a **■
I w I *h
- iramrr ,i 11. k M intain #r4 Aha*
M- Hn-r Smith n| f*hrllnn m ,<l*
• .tiort ~t t • S.v ti.t. , i turin* tha weak
Mr* R i a R Ni 11 raturr.rM Irom N< •
York Mur lit
j|, j h 11, i r,' Cnl imhua hai barn
*p*fidir.g 4 f* a ;•> - In town.
Urn o> \ tort It V. i* r.l Ml* em
iron r > t tarn in Virginia for *.me
Mr V. .ni h .i.itn Ir p< nlln* tha day
In Sr vft I n,h
\j r . \s s llrr.. fif! M.i Rft‘liaal
3bt.niai, *:.I -pnJ .!. wln, * r ln At "
Sri O*. iwi: and Marairr,
ii .riivrd tn Nrft nrk iurnla>
(rum 110 l ..r. i
Mr. Hr...!(< ■ I Dun :m raturr.'d and irin*
th- rk ir.m Haliiß. ra
\[ , ft,. o' \V.,vn< -boro nUI
, It j|i and J*i Horaci K CrmiM <1 .•
„ ,i ~r - nof Use Daughter* of
Mr, ,< r ■ A 11 : .rnn rxprr to !*'•
•hi month o -t n.t thr nier tn Nan
\nrk ..i i I'. H ..H-lphU
Mt*< M • \alf4i. I* ft >rn rd y or
rji.it... •ro *ha aa.l li* th* *'i ,v t of
Dr and Mr* H K At hrr.
\l ltrrl i Nn-- aum of It ilr.hrl le* i
th. c .„ of Mra M 11. KHrtD h. on Ituni-
Intsduti Mi. • t. • ..-t
Mr HI. I Mr* H U Martina % ..rr< Ina
. .nt Tlturrlay ,n S.iainah and Ihm
ft.nl t.i V .ldo,ta for u ahort vlalt af ‘r
they wtu e>. ID< 1 lo thati hon.a
I In Tampa
Mr Ilrrman Nnrdan r.f Nr—' Y* rk. ft tin
I %.d tn Savannah .i frw year* <* made
i vi*tt cf M-varal
Mr and Mr* J P Mrrrlha* * apart to
.pond th.- iilnirr at Mir V\ .l.tutn Hun
tar** on G ..ton tlrarl
Mrs MrCaw ar.d Mrr Nruhlt of M iron
.li ha .1 Ml,* Nona Hautry <iu:-
Ing the . ouventtnn of the Dioghiers of
the Confe.lera v.
Gen Kttahuah passed through Bn
vatinnh Ttiurs-lnv on hts w ly to Havana,
after spending two months with hi# family
Mr- Joseph Kingsbury of P.irrollton will
be the guest of Mis* Cabanlaa daring the
convention of the Daughters of the COll
Mr* H G Haywood reiurne.l during
the week, after spending the summer
Mr* H 8 Purse left Thursday for New
Mrs M M O'Brlen o' Atlanta |efi
VV* dnes.lav for New York Miss Helen
O'Brien, who i* visiting the Mieses Mo
Prohan. exp. ts to return to A'lanta to
Mr S dnrv p Goodwin left I* nt week
to Join Mr- Goodwin m New York
Mrs John T Honan and M s* May Ho.
nan have returned from New York, after
a delightful summer In the Catskills.
Mi J 1 'h Cohn hi- Issued .rd* to th*
welding of his daughter Nellie mid Mr
Jacob Gazan, whl-'h will take place at the
P* koto Wednesday evening. Nov H. nt
* Nt o'clock.
Mr- \\ II Hall, nfier spending iwo
months in N w Y'ork has teturned 10 Ba
>li .1* k Corner of Augusta. Is cxpect*.|
Ihi* week to mike a short visit 10 friend*
In th city.
Mr* Whelrs of Augusta. I* the guest
of Mr Mr* J Piurve Whelesi on
Habersham etre- t
Mis* Gertrude iMwney of The Hl.tge.
ruirlrii. made a short
luring Hi* work.
Mrs G.airge Dudley Thotnit* of Alhen*
I* ex|-cled this week 10 be the guest of
Mr* W D. Krenson on Whllnker street.
Mrs, G. M Hv.t’s and Mis* ft- tl* have
returned from a two.months stay In
Virginia and YVashlnglon
Mrs l.afayette Dm.) a: I Mss Mae
Da y of Ja ksonvlll' have returned
home, after a visit to Mr and Mrs. p
A wedding of lnterc-i lo stv ann ihlans
t* that of Miss Hort*n*r Alexander of At
lanta, tt niece of Mr. J>.*eph M Solo
mon*. wild Mr Thomas JefT. r-on Tobias
of Charleston, whi h will l .elebr.ued in
Altai in Wsdneaday <v. lug
Mr Pan C. 11. I), man .rrlvcd a few
d.tv* age. fr.'tn N> w Y’ork and • xpe ts 10
spend the winter In Savannah
Miss Georgia Edmotisttwie who has been
visiting for some time In Northern Geor
gia. ts at home again.
Mrs. Harry Hlrsch of New York and
her llllle (laughter um guest, of Mr and
Mr* 8 Melnhttrd
Mrs John 8 II tine, hi* r. red from
4 visit to Judge and Mrs J ime* 8 Ho ,k
Mrs. A G. H> vvaid. who hi* bten the
gucsl of Mr. and Mis John Malruge Car-
DROPS PRINTERS’ INK
May Mirror Large Buildings, But to the Purchasing Public
A GREAT STOCK IS A MORE PLEASING PICTURE.
THE LARGEST *TOCK. THE BEST VARIETY. AFFORD THE CUSTOMER GREATER ADVANTAGE.
Such is our stock, the largest and best assorted in the city of Savannah. Our
store is exclusively a dry goods store, brim full of the season's latest novelties,
brought together bv concentrated thought, energv and ability.
INVARIABLY THE BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICE
AT GUTMAN’S DRY GOODS STORE.
ladies SllltS To our variety
UUlt> ‘ 3UI,S * of Suit.* other
a.i.ftortmcnts of Ihl* city may be
contracted, hut not compared.
Note this specialty: AIA |p
RUSSIAN 111 Oust \| / IK
Suit.stylishly finished I 4.1 I W
TAILOR CHEVIOTS. Si-ln. wide.
SCOTCH KIRSEY. Sd-lnch wide.
No lining required. ** p _ A
Value $ 1 . 00. [HP "
SPECIAL PRICE | JU IQ.
4*.lnch shim sk CHEVIOT mm
O-ntch HIM KHIinJ HltitCiUE SEROE .... fl U n
4S-Inch Nil k FINISH Mt NRIETTA ZL H I'
4 4-IIKh wool POPLIN TVU
Vour clinic, ol th* abov.at A yard
JAEGER’S WODLEN UNDERWEAR , DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CT
BARCAINS IN BLANKETS
o A 16.00 All Uool Blanket. SUe 11*4,
PRICE THIS WEEK, $4.95
Canton Fl.anal. L.rgt 51c.
Eitr. Hr.vy, Plllw |Cm.,
The I i l2c Kind (land Quality.
9c a yd. 10c each
in all Colora at
75c a yd.
The Largest Assortment, The Best Quality. Invariably the Lowest Prices.
At GUT TWAIN'S, 19 Broughton St., West,
ter I,a* return**! to her home In Graham
Mi*- Mot el Stoddard I* vlrtllng In Wil
mington. N. C.
Mia* Inly Falk la expected home thl*
week, after a pleasant nimm.fr at the
Mr* J B Wither* hae returned from
Mr*. N F Jaekron ha* been visiting
Irieq-le In Columbus.
Mr Joseph M Solomon* will leave to
day for a Viftit to hi* .laughter. Mr*.
David Flk In CharleMefi
Dr Old >fr* llwrv 8 folding and chil
dren r. turtle I ta*t nlgnt from New Y'orll,
after n im of ev.rol week*
Ml** Mabel Zelgier wap ho*te* T re*-
loy afterr oon ■' an Informal t. In
h.-oor of her birthday Th* g re*t aero
Ml* i}ertri:le I-yon* Mia* Mary Gleaaon
Ml** Stella Kennedy. Ml** Ar in* Mal
. i Mrs* Hertnid- Si*!' 'i h Ml*. Marv
r'rohon Ml** Gertrude Crohan and Ml**
Mr *rd Mr I. D Joe! and Mr fjorit*
Joel f Barnwell S C.. vl*lled tare re
*n Iv to cejehra'e the ellver wedding of
. their parei.t* Mr am! Mr*. J. Joel
Ml** Beulah Hexter wen’ North during
the werk to *pei and the winter with hr
eieier, Mr*. Kreigsmm . In New York.
Ml** Gertrud* Kalltgnnt ce ehrated her
I fifteenth blrrh.tay with n candy-pulling
Tueaday iftornootx Among her gueet*
were Ml*. Daisy t'erby. Mis* Norma
Derby Mi* K.lot** Thompson. Mr Theo
•loie l.ye.n end Mr John Tiiomp*on.
Ml** Kill . Stillwell, who lia* been vl-
Itlng Mr and Mr* John K Royal! In Boe
ton. returned home a few dave ago
The montage of Mr William If Clark
iml Mis* Alice Summerlin will he *ol
. i ./..I Thuraday • enlug at the home
of Mr J, \V l-jniir*hm# on Bolton
M!* Ciesrgia Thompson I* tin gue*t of
l>r ind Mrs. Frank Holland In Atlanin
Mi-s Dee ntid Mr A S Poller,
who have beer th* giie*i* of Mr* J K.
Fu It on during the pa*t week, nave r*urn
ed to Statesboro
Miss F...dse Rarr ho* been vleltirg In
Columbia. S C . .luting ihe Suite Fair
Mrs K J Millar will k-ave on th* City
ot Auguala Tuesday for a visit to friend*
In Boson and New York
Miss Raymond, fuller after visiting re|.
alive* In New Y’ork. Bo ton and Ho|l|>,
N II will return on the steamship City
of Augusta this morning
Mi* J H Huff of Urifnn. la expected
to-morrow to visit her daughter, Mr*
M K Wilson
Mr and Mr* W. T Dixon, Jr who
■pent th* summer at Beaulieu have re
turned to ihe cWy.
Mr* K.lwwr.l Bailey of Beaufort. 1* the
(ii**i of Mr and Mr*. M FI Wilson
Mr* W W Gros* left Thursday for
Mr.- M A Phillip* of Macon, (a the
guest of Mr *nd Mr* J W Heffernan
Ml** Maud Schaeffer, who spent the
•unimer In th* mouma na of North Caro
lina ha* returned home
Mr* Alvin B Row* and Master Alvin
R R. yve, Jr are expected home this
week from Th.imani ill*
Mi* Louie* Water* of Charlewon, !*
tb gu**t of Mis Etnel Broughton at
The Meadow* "
Mr* M Trager will be home on Mon
s BEE HIVE,
’■in? 4 St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
The new Paris shapes, the low bust, straight front
and lonjtr hip models, the stylish effects in white, black,
pink, blue and drab Corsets priced lower than elsewhere.
Ladies’ heavy Jean Corsets. F hooks.
strong reads and steels XV
Indies’ t'orseje, Jean body and twill
xtrtps. trimmed with lac*, aid# ste#l*
, , laavy from c:**ps ~%c
Ladies’ F’ln# Jean Corsets. lined
lughout full >f hor.es. riehl) cni-
La bes Strip Corsets. we|| made, fully
bound, solid steel back, mealy trim
med, good At —He
Imdlea Prill c’oraetx In white, drah
and back with saloeen strip*, cross
stays and two side (feels, (orded bust 47c
Ladles' Jean Cortets. with sateen
(trips trimmed with lacs and habv
Ml*.. ■ r,,re(4 with 11 bore, on each
side Shoiliei sirap*. 4-hook from
elee! . ,3V*
lwid.es Bust Forms rtc
, Hip l ad* Sc. *c wad 4te
A late rrceipt-*new colors. 48-
inch wide. extremly Art— A
st> "‘special price uuC Yd.
NOTE THIS SILK SACRIFICE.
yonplac. hr.vi All sllk Taffetai. In ,trnt and evening hedr>.
Hess > All Silk l*au de Sole, every color. a aw
Heat v All Silk Stln Ihichess. fj ■J #%
7 hear Silks are worth HAc. H #1
Ot'R PRICE THIS WEEK ULU
Straight Front Corsets.
Savtral new lines lust In. Thia Coraet la
easy lo the flgare perfect fitting pliable
and strong. RhIEMBCR we try on corscta
and fit them to vour figure.
5w ita Curtains.
THE MODERN POPULAR SONG.
THE I n<l\. THE t A>IPICi\ THE
Many Violate the lan* Both of Dr.
renry and Englleh hut Sell on tr
roant of the Afueir—Some Ex
ample# of the Moet Violent of
These llffnelnne— hoi All of This
etnas, However—A Sample of n
Campaign son*. Also tine of a So-
Cnlled I'athrtle Ballad.
"I knew a very wle man who believed
that If a man were permuted to make all
the ballad*, he need not care who should
make the law* of a nation "—Fletcher
If the frb nd of Fletcher, who is credited
with this belief, were alive and anxious
to put hi* theory Into practice, he could
hardly find a more oi>pof une lime for the
experiment for there I* a great and cry
ing need for something in Ihe nature of
a real ’ ballad" or song. If one may Judge
by Ihe recent output of no-called coon
song*. impaign song*, and the alleged
‘pathetic ballad '
It sii a far cry from "Old Folk* at
Heme" and Old Bla. k Joe." which were
until recently the standard and model na
gro song* to "De Rosa Bully," and "Sl*
ml*. Com* Kits Your Honey Boy," which
were the forerunner# of what has sin. *
become deluge of *o called songs, of
which the main Ingredients, If one may
Judge by results, Is a parody on the negro
dialect, distorted grammar. total disre
gard for measure nnd rtiwhm n* fr a*
th* v#re.-“ are concerned.and In a gr. at
many vase* a discussion of subjects that
In any oth*r form would not be tolerated
even by the gm. ral nubile, much I*** by
persons laving claim to - ulture and n
The following effusion will bear out this
"Y'ou say Bill Brown's give hi* promise
Dat h* was goin' fer to mirry you.
But take my word that c*n l never he
•Cane* Brown's Just the mid* a* married
He lived in my hnu** for two years past
And when I had dough, why, he lived
mighty f is*
He had roast turkey and chicken stew.
Rut wh*n d*y run out m y he run out. too.
And my poor henrVs bi refl 'cause he got
up and left
And he’s de aame a* m*rrled to me ••
If any further confirmation of till*
statement l needed It may he found In
the following lyric, wm li in the paems
of the people that write them might he ,
called "a warm number,' and "a win-;
"I won t play second Addle to no yailr j
H win explain his business nnd you
bet he shall
If *h s white, yss. dn I might shake her
hand and be her pal.
But I won't play second Addle *o no yal
The title of anniher of the** soaring ef
forts In Ihe realm of poetry might serve
as a At commentary on the lot It is
"Wouldn't 1* make you mad wouldn't II
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SPECIAL PRICE 01 1 *T J Yd
OUR SI.OO KID CLOVE
Is acknowledged to be the heat Glove at the
price In the city.
• I .7.4 c kind, for
Value fl ..IS, now
tut fur a total !i r-gard of all feet, me**
ur* ruvilim ct.d reason th* following
la commended to all readers:
"1 don’t hclieve In ta.king bout family
I certainly am goin to teil you all now.
i got married Jusi about a year ago.
And ever sine# there's been nothing but
I treat that man Ju*t like a poll parrot
And what I do he thinks Is never tight.
And if h say* one word to me that I
I'm golr.' to holler at him with all my
"Deed I'm done with you." etc.
To wha, extet t this *ori of thing Is car
ried msy he s en fresn the names atone
of some of the other r.cnt publications
of this cja-4 of which a fete follow
Jusi Let My Pork • top* Be," ihe
pork chop* It may be mention'd en pas
sant, refer to Ihe speaker female friend.
"1 Thought My Gal Was Warm,'' "I
Won't Iha Y’our Washln No More."
Youee Honey to Your Mammy, Just de
Of another class, the pathetic, one ex
ample will be enough
"O the heart* that weep to-nlghl, think
ing of Ihe pa*t.
Tim- alone cannot efface, long as life shall
F'on 1 heart* searching for their dead
know not where to go,
Form 10-i theli lives, *om. sweethearts
some w Ives.
In the terrible Texas tornado
And so will a single dip In the realm*
of the campaign son* of the following or
"Ther#’.* a silver ll.ai rampant In the Wild
and Woolly West.
Y'ou will know him by the sliver stars he
bear* ii|Kjn In* crest.
Y'ou will know him by th# cross an I
crown he tears upon hi* brest.
As William Jer nlng.) Bryan of Nenrnska."
I'rohably ro p <un more than Bryan
would tie more mtnested 111 knowing Just
whu: that crown I* doing on his Urease,
t'ntil this I* answered it would be hope
less to try to explain the cross* being
there, so that cun be overlooked
That the*,- song* are not only prlnSed
but aold Is an astonishing fa.-t possibly
It I* because once In a while Ihev are
set in catchy musi . or possibly it is !*>-
cause of rh* never ending erase for some,
thing new Be the r.no* whit It may the
fact remains that they are sung not only
In the mu*|e halls though usually they
originate there, but are -een and heard
tn the hemes of reAned people
Fortunately not all of the allege.) roon
song* are of this class, Ihere are some,
though they are sadly In Ihe mlnorkv.
where ihe sentiment and music la of d<
elded merit, song* that like "I Love Y'ou
In the Same Old W.iv," ■ I Want Y'ou. M>
Honey," and ' Vlandy Lee." approach the
simpler style and sentiment of the ear
Iter member* of ihe class.
After all It’s a matter of taste as I*
exemphAe t by the little story recently
told In a comic paper In which toe young
poet sentimentally explain# to a girl:
"That the most beautiful thought of po.-t#
nevor appear In words." and It met with
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Moua *o anaouaea in. eaceitoocw of
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Our ihoroughly oomtiier.t
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ceive your order* T.iftlr work I* uccord-
Ina to faehion'ft best thougnl, and I, per.
farted hy tne tatty touch of style.
n decided contradiction, and the fur!*,*.
statement that she "thinks the warty y
some of the coon Just beautiful
WILL GIVE A HOLE SHOW
Frneliel Tirol* W 111 Keep It* Foik
Air Home In Mind.
Froebel Circle of Kings Da lighten
which conceived and put In execunor •**
idea of a fresh air htim* on Tvbee Died
for th* benefit of poor children who wou.l
not otherwise have an opportunity to st
out of the city during tha hot irnis
months, will not remain Inactive du-:r;
the winter, but will sirtve by sever*
means to recoup Its fund* expend* 1 upd
the maintenance of the home la*' run
mer and th* care of ns beneficiaries
On* of the project* in view is ihe 4')
show. Such a show was given last wir
ter. and ah ut s!"'> a* realixed It 1* p-i}-
po*< I to have the rhow .luring ihe nrst
week in December, and the ladle* of th
Circle aie busily employed now In mat
ing ihe dresse* for the dolls that will b<
offers*! for sale. It Is expected, too. th*.
a great many children In Savannah w\
enter I heir own beloved dolls for pru*<
that will be offered, the entrance fee be
ing ten cents
The lod.es hsve not yet ae'-r'!n!
what room or hall they will lm\.‘ Dr th*
show. I.a*t winter they gave it In Ih*
Guards iwrlorr. which have now be nm
ttwse of Ihe Tomochlchl Club Feme r ..>m
smaller than the ordinary hall Is denrei
for the show, as so many doll* ate re
quired to make an Imposing dinuar In
Iff ITS AFSW HI AKTEH9.
The Tltllhrlck Klmlersrlen K*-
twhllalied on Hall Street. Kail
The P I’brl k Kindergarten Is i 't *<
Ing satisfactorily to those In chuTt* si It*
new quarters. No. 3*12 Hall sire. t. ****
The Bhllhrlck Is under the mana*e:nlt
of the Kate Baldwin system of klndergsr
The training clas* Is In se**l> n from
to SJI o'clock dsllv. ex. . i>t Wdn kft
and Saturdays. Those In chsis* d*
It understood < 1 vatt vlslior* are wl ta* it
any time, and are cordlillv Invl - t csl
and see the working* of the kln<l‘ cir *n
The *yi*in which h l<e> n *••- - r
Savannah I* excellently dlr*'t*d **i
will doubtless be a tour e of pltasure an-1
interest to visitors.
—The total cost of the P*n-Am*crn
Kxposltlon. exclusive of exhibit- I* fn*
estimate.! ut H0.000.0W. Of thl* arts' r
ahoul It.<loo.non will t*> .'Xiwndel upov
Mi Iwav 'The Midway Will thus r i •
more than Ihe total cn*t of soma very pr'-
teutlous *x|<o*llion* li-I*l in former >**>•
—Stakes In an election wager amnin'
Irg In all to tii were placed In th* h*o!-
of on* Rogers of Muskegon. Mich R"
of the gambler* owed a coal bill of
Th* cowl firm heard of the wager an 1 v
nisheed th* atakeholder. recovering t'
w hole amount.