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With fh# flr*t breath of winter hn
coiim m week crowded with lc*^tlvi• i j an*l
• :trartit>ns of varloua kni the Mjcct*? l *-
ful convention of ih* l>aughUr of the
Confe<l*nicy. brii-tf the .*a iiiitf event. Hs
- th* interest of the btisu *—- meer
inffs the w* i! frhetlule ess o
that the tl 1* tf.vt-s hmv* .irrit*l **a\ wtUi
them a pin in* lmr>r"*U*) of tkivannh
I.’ruler blur sktee with bracing breiin the
Md town Is at it* brat, anti the visitors
wera also fiveti a tfhmpre of the t-a. a
genuine o> •‘irr r t, arwl a h-h *l.nn r at
the eehbrai' tl Thunderbolt. Tli r
at Artuorjr Hall Tueeilay evenime
most aucoeaeful and the rharrnJmc after- i
soon tea at the horn* of Mi. ;m<l Mrs J
B. Wood gave the \isitora and the .Savan
nah member* ct the society another op
portunity of nu-rSinR i*o< -tally The ■lef'ora
tlons on both or a'ion* were elaborate,
and Wilkins, who det-.gned the ar
rang merit of the Armory Hall, h.m b* **n
much eompi;mented • n her artistic taste
Besides the crimson and white draper!*
th# battle lUjr* and the |x>rtraits framed
with w r tuha of laurel, ni.is.-es of rod <•*.-
iua berries and white a**u myrtta flower*
w*re Uh* i t - d.i orate the hall At Mrs
Wood s* hiiui- n. hotn* the <*onfelera *
colors w*te csrr.ed out in crimson salvia
and whl* i >-.intliemtitii-. Th** ku* ?
were delightfully m* rt.in*d ind Mrs
Weed, Mrs. lU>uii4Wii. ui.d Mrs Sext o
were prominent tigures of the o atrtotv
The first meeting for the season of the
ate Club w. i tie id M< day t the
refideru c of tli* gu* >ui* nt. Mis William
Hapien. An Intere*ting afternoon was
► pent in arranging th* programme for the
w riter, and the m*’-tings promise to be
even more deligntful than those of last
Winter. H -id* the readings and
sl<its ther* ore to N* papers ir*iarvfl by
the memls rs on the different plays. The
j . i • M:
* . A ILM M i
secretary; Mr*. Tliomus S M' Mr*
James Sullivan. Mrs. Kayrnotid D*m*r*-
Mrs Myers. Mrs. Thomas H
Wylly, Jr.. Mi~ f-ouls (i. Young. Mrs C
N West. Mr A 1 Ouerard. Mrs
('buries G B.irney, Mrs. Nalhaidei I
Jack on, Mrs. William Guerard, Miss Ad
dK liartmul. Miss Lina. Huger and Mrs*
M.b | St'-d bird.
Mrs. Nletrli* iKMlnf Cloa* for adults
re-opened evening at Armory
Hall wlih a informal dance. The ha I
a a. ilrromlt 1 for tl*. yoa.i. n ami Horen
fell]** orchestra furnished Ihr inspiring
music. Among tin- lai ■ r wore Mie C
C Martin Mi*. 8 'uag.. Mrs (lay How
ard. Jits* Tin.* Hobart*. Ills* Edith St ll
m<| . M *s Ai:< fubhol.M ** Mary J •
I-r!.. hard. >3l'* Georgia E>lm<ai#t*ai. Mis-
Marta et T otuaon. Mis* Nellie Roberts.
**' * Burroughs. Ml** Maggie
Bchlcy Thompson, Miss Louise Dupont,
m - Carrie w i
Ham*. M.ta Mamie SUIIwll. Ml** TJaroy.
MU* J.hiajn. M * Hoylr. M ** Sander*.
Mu* 8m h. Miss i>uerarl. Ml-* Miriam
AV.U, Mi - Eimh-o Hr l. MIM KfTle Hloo.l
worth. M s* I.uU* pavi*. Mi Mama- Mir
tin, vis* Hell Hopklna. Mia* Cora Martin,
Mis* Marun i'uj|*r. Mi* Ue*s* t' -ne-r.
an<i M'ara C. C. Marlin. Tom Hasel
hur*t. Frank Torlay .\iaii-u* Hakrr. i May
ton i'ui*. Chariunt Harbour. i.aJ.r Thom
oii. Will Harper, Sie\ William*. Fri.iilt
lleywaiU, Hobert Waller, Harry ftll
llama, futjmond Sullivan, Karl Dasher,
Charley William* Edwin Karon Jsar.l
Williams. Percy Inabnett. Tim Harj-r
Monglti Nichols. Charley Stronif, Edward
Bell, Ueoise Coiuwrli. Joliu liorrouahr,
Mr. MoWilUam*. Mr S|>rlng t Mr Jolin
*on. Mr. Hale*. C. Betjeman Mar,anna
rpv. Horace Crane. Charley lalmonMon,
Will O’Bynse, Wall. Papy. Sigmund rg
Hora e Stillwell. Harry Hreeae, Willie
Clarke. Darwin Hull. Will Donnelly. Mr.
Moncrlef. Mr. Donion and Mr. John Hop
Mtat Roeallr.d Rich of Atlanta wa* the
•U( of honor at a heauliful euchre party
Thurnday e\Vnln* at the De Solo Hotel.
Ml** Te* Rosenheim an* host*** and en
tartalned her gue*t delightfully. Card*
were played In Ih* large reception room
of the hotel amid decoration* of 1-a France
rose* and white and pink ,*hry**tnthe
tnum*. Daier tn the evening the cafe wa*
thrown open to the guests and refresh -
tnente were served al luhle* decorated
with holly and mlatletete The evening
was an Informal on*. and after the game
pretty prur* were awarded to the win
ner- Miss l.lly Truth and Mlaa Itesste
Ultenthal won a gold picture frame and
a pair of silver hat pins, wihlle lo Mr l>.
I flee : t. I Mt Jake cm 111 l l a
card on- a- I ' 1 • r keif. T-i- V,• •!'
Include-l Mr. and Mrs D. J Hosenliclm.
Mis* Mamie Llngel. Mis* Alma Mendc*.
Mis* Janette Meuihard, Mlaa Mamie
Snslth, Ml** Lily Traub. Ml** Jeanette
Herman. Mb* llessl# Llltenlhai, Mr.
Hanry Melnhard. Mr. Arthur Holomot .
Mr joaeph Myer* Mr Henry Melnhard.
Mr Jake Smith. Mr. Wltcover. Mr. Her
bert Kayton. Mr. Oua Kayton and Mr.
Capt and Mrs. Gillette took a email
party of friend* down the river Thursday
afternoon Mr. and Mr.-. John M Egan.
Mrs J. G. Van Marter and Ml** Joseph
ine Egan were among the guests.
Col. George A Mercer returned early In
the week from New York much benefltted
by hi* two month*' stay at the North
Mr aid Mrs Thoroa* Bond left Wed
nesday for Florida, where they will spend
Mr* Arthur M. Olbbe*. who I* now In
At.anta, waa the guest of honor yester
day afternoon at a whist tairiy given by
Mrs Wllmer Moore nt heir beautiful new
home on Peachtree street.
Mis- Clifford Muunerlyn. who ha* been
the guest of Mis* Mary Nellson In El
mira. la now apcndlng ten days in
New Tork On her return home eh* will
be accompanied by Ml** Nelison.
Mr. Anton Wright spent the early part
of th* week tn Charleaton. B. C.
Mts* Eugenia Johnston walled for New
York Thursday and will spend a month tu
Elisabeth. N J , where Miss Elliabelh
aid Mies Edith Johnston r* also visit
Th- *e ond meeting of the Duplkwie
WbtM Club wa* he.d at the home of Mr*.
Cecil Gabbett Friday afternoon
The Mism- Mini* ale at home Again af
ter spending the summer al Cape Cod
Mrs. Edwin O. Weed, general president
of the Daughter* of ti e Confederacy, left
Thursday evening tor Augusts. ,
Mis* Nan dußtgnon I* the guest of Mr.
and Mr*. Henry Wilson Ifbdge In New
Mrs Uslll* Alexander UounsavlUe, pres
ident of the G-orgla division of Ih*
Daughters of the t'onfed- racy, who ha*
< guest .f I' M •• K o'lock dur.
leg the convert on n tumrd yesterday to
her home In Rome
Mrs lewis ,M ilor.s and Master Grata
Malone wrrlved k relay after an abeclice
of several months (p ut In th- North and
Dr. and Mrs W W. Owen* are the
guest* of Dr. and Mrs. French In New
Mrs Barron Carter and Utile Mb* Ell'a
Carter returned la*t week from ffewanee,
Tern... where they spent the summer
Mr John linger arrived Thurisday from
At.anta and Is at the De Soto Hotel.
Mu* Marlon Smart, who has been for
tie pj-t eighteen months studying music
tn Berlin, arrived In this country on the
Marla Theresa Thursday evening Mlse
Smart will return to Savannah text Week.
Mr. Noble Hard* e returned early to the
week from New York.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Douch of Wah
ngton, I> C . have ent out card* for
hie marriage of their daugnler Claris** to j
14 Broughton Street, West.
Women’s and Children’s
Heavy, medium and light weight tn Immense assortment to select from.
We aHI non# but absolutely reliable qualities.
nor non-sbrluknble Underwear t* unrtvnled anywhere.
WOMEN’S COMBINATION SUITS.
WOMEN'S NATURAL WOOL VFJITS AND PANTSI
WOMEN'S SII.K AND WOOL VESTS AND PANTS.
CHILDRENS UNION SUITS.
CHILDREN'S VESTS AND PANTS, wool end mixed goods.
CHILDREN'S SLEEPING DRAWERS, with and without feet.
Agents for ARNOLD'S KNIT GOODS These goods are made from th#
famous Arnold knit fabric, which never grows stiff or harsh from washing
Agents for WOMENS HOHENZOLLERN SANITARY WOOLEN UN
Exceptional value In BOYS' and GIRLS' VISITS and PANTS. 35c
Our Corset Pepnrttnem Is now complete with sll the new models. Straight
Front Comets. Including the CURVE FRONT. DECIDED STRAIGHT
FRONT. Also ERECT FORMS.
The latest effects In FUR COLLARETTES, BO AS. MUFFS and JACKETS.
.Mr. A.vln M McNleh. formerly of this
* I, y The wedding will take place nt
Saint Pnill's English Lutheran Church
Wednesdav evcilng. November twenty
irst. and ibis will be followed by a recep
tion at the noroe of th# bride's parents on
Ml** EJlxabeth Hakell and Miss Sally
Haskell returned early in the week from
Columbia, ft. c.. where they were th#
;utsi of Mr and Mr*. Flix^lnimoo*.
Gen. and Mr*. W W. Gordon sailed
from Liverpool for Now York Wednesday
in the Teutonic.
Mr*. Henry M Steel* end Master H
M. Steele, Jr., returned Tuesday from
llaltlmore. where they have been since
Mr Clarence Andereon left yesterday
for New York, where he will spend
Mr*. Robert Neely end Mias Meaelle
Neely of Wavnesboro. have been the
guest* of Mr and Mr*. P. W. Meklrnn
during lhe past week.
Mr*. Robert Fouche of Rome, ha* been
the guest of Mrs. Orlando Jackson eti
Mr*. Gilbert Wllklna, who ha* been
spending the past two week* In Charlotte
N. C..' I* expected horn* Tuesday.
Mr* Robert Fleming ha* returned from
th* North and Is al her new bom* on
Abercorn and Hall streets.
Mr* Margaret Branch Sexton, after •
visit to Miss Georgia Freeman, lefe yes
terday for her home lu Charlotte. N. C.
The Oll.i l'odrlda Club will not continue
ll* meeting* this winter, owing to the
absence of the president and organiser.
Mrs. St. J. H. Graham.
Mr. and Mr*. De Solo Fltxgerald hare
taken (he house. No. 1( Oglethorpe ave
nue. east, for the wl: :er.
Dr. and Mrs James H Read, after a
short stay a: the De Soto Hotel have re
lumed to Green Cove Spring*, Fla.
Th* Mis**'* Eleanor anil Margaret Fer
rlll entertained u few of their Util* friends
Tuesday nfiermion al o'clock <••* al the
home of their aunt. Mrs N F. Jackson
on Hail Street The Miser- Dorot** Fa
row, Emma Wall hour. May Thlot, and
Kiltie Bell were the little guest*.
Mi*. Clarence S Connerat will return
home from Columbus. Ga.. on Monday,
and will l>e at home to her friend* on Fri
day afternoons during November. Her
s. r Mrs Rk h..r i Perry Ipt keep of
columbu*. Ga . and her daughter. Mr#
O. C. Drew. Jr., of Houston, Tex., will
accompany Mrs. Connerat.
Mr* Salinas of Augusta, has ben spend-
Ing the past few days with Mrs. T. 8
Moyne on Liberty street.
Mis* Claude Rond, who 1* \ Ist Ing Sir
and Mr*. John Screven al their home In
the Meadows, will lenv- Wednesday to
Join her parent* in Florida
Mts. A. E. Movnelo and Mis* Lola Moy
ne!o after an almenc* of etghte-n nxinth*
are spending few weeks ui Favannan
en route m Cube Mts* Movnelo Is the
guest of Mr. and Mr*. Edward P Frost.
Mr. Geotge Freeman expects to go
North this week (or a ehort vacation.
Mis* Olive Speer at Atlanta la the guest
THE .MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1000.
of Mr and Mrs Gardener Dickltifon on
Uwston etreet, east
Mit* Matt e d'AnUgrtaC of Augu t* I*
tbs guest of Miae Carrie Lou Meklrtm
Mr James W Schley who has b -n
-pending the rummer in Europe atr.v J
is Havsnneh early in the week M
Schley Is t.w al Hotwyl. me guest of
Mr James T D nt. end will wot return
for several wcekr
Miss Flora Duncy who n tn* of he
Rxvannah guest* at tn* Bial 11*11 in Co
himbtn Net w<—k haw relurne-l lionae
Mias All e Raster of Allan's. aftr a
vlalf to Mr anti Mr* A B Hull, returned
Miss Jwtn.e Haines, after a delightful
visit •*> Jli-s Marg ire! Greew in Fhllt el
ph.i Is now In New York
Hr- K. I) Mul l rd and MPs E roto e
Mi.nfortl of Mawkln-vllkt who have t* ,
th* guests of Mr and M Rohetl Bn', er
return.d home yesterday
Mis* Nelly Baldwin will leave to-mor
row to apftid a month with her Mst'r
Mrs. Walter McCoy In Orange. N. J.
Mrs. Rice, the dlrecire-s of the All nt*
bran* f. of i!ie Children of lie t'ot.f .1 r
acy. Was the gU'-wt of M'S. (‘hjret G
Baraev during her stay In dxvannah
Mrs Redding of Valdosta I* via tn*
Mr*, a. 11 R -tnehert on Jones #tr,*t
Msrs Ada Turner and Miss Lucy Lowry
of Allama arrlvetl -e-eerday nvirnlng end
are the guee.s of Mr tid Mia J.tme
farle. Jr . oh Waldbuig alreet
Ml*-# Artnantln** ffaumf rs of Gdne j vlle,
(la.. la a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gard.ner
I>i klneon on Gaston street.
Mr lb- Kaussitre Ford r< turned < arty tn
the week from Columbia. K C . wuerc h
went to attend the S si- Rail.
Mtes Mine Remwhert l visiting frtead*
In Way cross.
Mr*. J Morrison and Miss Morri*.w ar
rive.! Thursday on the Kansas City from
New York and after spending a few days
fn town with friend* will ratutVi to ti.a r
home in Eiiabeil.
Mia- Julia Uythowoo.l left list week to
vlatt friends to Home. Ga
Mlse Tess Roaenhetm atid Mbs Ro*
Itod Rich. Mr H.tman lioaen.'icim and
Mr Wltcover left last ev.nnr for Atian
ta. where Mlaa Rich and Mr. Ro.-enha m
will receive to-day the congrat .kitlons
of their friend* ii|w>n their etigagcmanL
The Harmor.lo Club was thrown opn
Tu-s-lay evening to the lady friend* of
the members, and the election returns
were received and bulletined In th.* par
lor* of the club. II w.i* an Informal re-
ception, and various, ferine of amusement
entertained the gueeia durtnr th* evening
Among those who were pie.ent were Mr
and Mr*. Joseph Fer*t, Mi. and Mr* D.
J Rosenheim. Mr aud Mr* B. 11. Levy,
Mr. end Mia. Max Solomons. Mr „nd Mr*
B s. Levy. Mr. an-l Mr* Arthur Well,
Mr and Mrs M. G. Ehrlich, Mr. and Mr.,
Aaron Ferst, Mr. and Mr* lawn Feral,
Jlr and Mrs Ferdinand Neuberger, Mrs
Harry Hlrsch of New York. MW Bessie
Llllenlhal, Ml** Tee* Rosenheim. Min
Mamie Engel. Mis* Lily Traub. Miss Viola
Eckstein, Mts* Mamie Smith. Ml** Norm.,
Eckstein. Mr. Adolf Lelller, Mr Max Lef
fler. Mr Walter Llllentha!, Mr H.nry
Melnhard. Mr. Slgfrted Fanil, slr Edwin
Frank. Mr. Hugo Frank. Mr. Jake Smith
The marnage of Mr. Ju x,h Gasan and
Mia* Nelly Cohen which will take place
Wednesday evening at [he De Soto Hotel
will be one of the loading social event* of
Th* dance at the Y M H. A on elec
tion night wa* an informal and very plea*
ant occasion and a few of those who wen
preient were Ml*s Ada Ehrlich, Ml
Edith Robinxun and her guest. Miss Helen
Levy, of Charleston. Miss Lily Traub.
Miss Frelda Traub. Mis* Fannie Neuber
*er. Mis* Hortenoe Siern. Ml** Ro ullnd
lll'-h and Mis* M Gtithman of Atlanta.
Ml** Iren* Ihitael, Ml** Ib ulah Putael.snd
the Messrs. Wltcover Herman Rosenheim
helm. Jerome Eckstein. Joe Myers, Mr.
Louis Neuberger. Mr. Mux Neuberger.
Mr Roy Lovensleln, and Mr. Edwin Ep
Mlsa Miriam Gothman at Atlanta I
visiting Mrs Shulhafer. met next week
will be the guest of Mr*. I. G. Haas on
Mr. and Mrs M. Herman Itnve now
moved Into their new residence, No. (fit
Gaston, east, where they will receive
Miss Doerfllnger of Bruiuwltk R visit
ing her l*ter. Mr*. W. II laxypold, on
Eut Henry alreet.
Mias Helen Levy of Charleston, arrived
Monday night, and is the guest of Ml**
Edith Robinson on Gaston street.
Miss yxmle Smith will leave next week
lo visit Miss Rich In Atlanta.
Mr*. Kngel ntul MR* Mamie Engel have
returned from New Yotk.
Mr. and Mr*. William Ballard of Da
rlen, are the guest* of Capt. and Mrs
George Slckel on State street.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I/-flier will leave
for Atlanta next week to be present at
th# marriage of their itetee. Mies Lillen
thal. and Mr. Hoffman of Brunswick. The
marriage will be celebrated at Concordia
Club to Atlanta.
One of the prettiest turnout* In the floral
parade of Wednesday wa* the tandem
pony surrey driven by the 10-year-okl son
of Mr. George Hchnars The four little
occupant* wore Japan#** costumes ami
the decoration* of yellow and white chrya-
Mme. Emma Roderick, who Is perhaps
th- beet known teacher of vocal music for
women In New York, hi* reopened her
studio for the winter. She has a number
of , xcrptlutiaU) ptumislng puptla tutu the
The lowest price affixed to the best quality, is a rule from which we cannot and will not deviate. This fact is
demonstrated in every item of our immense stock and is emphasized by the increasing patronage of the public.
ITEMS OF INTEREST TO YOU FOLLOW.
VISITORS to the CITY are INVITED to Inspect EVERY DEPARTMENT of OUR STORE.
of e\*ry <fe*crliMS‘<n t ** * new mru 1 wtyl
i*h LAMES* OXFi'KD JACKET, velvet
Special Price $5.50
No parallel to b. found anywhere to the
bona fid* Ltigudu off< red here.
New design*, new olors Choice at
New style t-ffecis. Choice at
39c a yard.
SO PI EC Eft
New w.-ave*. n w eckor. Combinatlona
very atylleh and wide, at
_ 49c a yard.
S-4 CHEVIOTS, ai
49c, 75c, SI.OO up
In nil M the i**w at
98c, 51.25, 51.48
n yard an<l up
$ w t I! fm n SAVANNAH’S 19
UU tin call S. Leading Dry Goods Store. Broughton street, west, \
anthemums and yellow satin ribbon* were
Mr Richard D Wylly, the M-ser*. Min
sot, and Mr Stubbs of Darien, who won
the golf tournament yestetday afternoon,
will return home lo- lay.
Mrs Edwin Parsons of New York gave
a charming Um* h during the week, at
whl ti were present ten of her Savannah
friends Among these were Mr* Henry
Wilson Hodge. Mrs. H. Snowden Marshall,
Mrs Julian Hartrldg-. Mis* Nan Screven.
Mis* Una Woodbrldg- and Miss Nan du-
Mr*. E. A M Schroder gave an original
entertainment Frktay evetdn* at her home
on Huntingdon atrwt. It was allied "An
Evening In the flail of Curtoa," and prov
ed to be very amusing The rooms were
adorned with ferns and chrysanthemum*,
and after the contest refreshment* were
served. The prtae, an embroidered center
piece. was won by Mrs. H E IHeeaon,
and the other guests were Mr*. II ftrho
der. Mr*. G. Schroder. Mr*. J. I’außen,
Mrs. C. Seller. Mrs. F Courmey,
Mr*. If. E. Dr e/-on. Mr*. J D.
Ilelmk'-n. Mr*. J Lube. Mr* H. Baden,
hoop, Mrs, F. Ttetjen, Mr# A Smith,
Mrs M I-an* Mrs M Brhrotltr, Mr* W
O. Turner. Mr*. GorGs. Mr* Savar*se
MBs Annie 8,-bmder nnd Mlaa Meta
Doscher. Mrs.W C. Schaefer Mrs C. Ger
k*n. Mr* 11. Gfk*n Mi*. H. Gails. Mr*
J. D B*im-. Mr*. J II Helttnan. hire
C. H. Konrtnaii. Mr*. C. H Harms. Mrs
K. Siruck. Mr*. F. Haims Mr* 8 L (Jut
ten. Mr* J Jnehter, Sir*. S. Ad
ams. Mr*. A. Khlers. Mr*. O. Rul
ter, Mr* E. Schroder. Mrs. C.
Krscken. Mrs J. Izorcb, Mr* D Entle
man. Mrs M W.lbrook, Mrs. H. Lang
and Mrs M. Hagen.
Mrs. George A Gregory and Master
Arthur Gregory will return 10-day from
ih North, where they spent the eum
Mtew Emma Btilloch. who ta vlattlng
friends In Virginia, will not return to Sa
vannah until January.
Mrs George li '.ley Thom** of Athens
ts the guest of Mr and Mr*. W. D. Kren
son on Whitaker rtr*#.
Mrs W. P. Paillto of Atkinta was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Luclen Jones for
Mr. C H. Bank* has returned from a
visit to North Carolina.
Mr* George W Lamar has returned
from * vRR to h-r daughter. Mrs. Ger
many. In New York.
Mis* Julia four,iff of Juckvoovllle has
been spending the week with Mr. and Mr*.
Marcus Poker on Oglethorpe avenue.
MR* Eula Denton of Gainesville. Fla.,
Is visiting Ml** Roberta Park.
Ms Wilder of Macon and Mlaa Suber*
Miss Mary Cox ha* returned from Co
Mrs J.i, keon and Master Walter Jack
son of Augusta are the guest* of Dr. and
Mrs W O Charlton and Mlaa Lucille
Charlton have relumed home from Jack
Mr. O. W. Wylly and Ml*# Nona Wylly
left I**l week for their horns tn Fori
Real. Fla. '
Ml** Madge Rice of Columbia. S C.. I*
visiting friends in th* city.
Master Arthur Wright Ml MMlan enter
tained Friday afternoon In celebration
of his fifth blrttvtay. Those present were
Mtsees Emily Reenellleu. Ruby George
and Elsie MacMillan. and Maaiert
Vaughn Arroand. Frank Re*selileu. Wal.
ter Jones. Wllhe Mrl-eod. Ouasta. Ptgman,
Robert Vincent and Clarence lllllbrath.
Mr*. E. C. Rlount of Waynesboro hat
been visiting Mrs. Gilbert Tarver during
Mr*. M C. Row# has returned to
Brunswick, after visiting Mr. and Mr*
Mrs M A. I’hllllpa. Mr*. J. T. Calla
T BEE HIVE,
St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
Will Save You Honey on Every Purchase.
Your neighbors trade here —why shouldn't you? It’s
to your interest to do so.
New Heavy Men’s Underwear.
New Heavy Ladies’ Underwear.
New Heavy Children’s Underwear.
New Heavy Socks.
New Heavy Stockings.
New Heavy Skirts.
New Heavy Gloves.
New Heavy Blankets.
New Heavy Quilts.
CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY THEM ELSEWHERE.
LADIES’ READY-TO-WEAR SUITS.
W'o carry an Immenr* *to. k. all new. all elyilsb. the best
I-Hrht gray, tan
Elegantly finished In most Improved
Beauty of Headgear was Never Before So Beautiful
as It present* lire If la this department to-day TU* productive genius of
mrl lnery e>gara e I* Illustrated In every artcle dlp a>el her- Every Item
of the splendki collection bear* the unml* takablc stamp of perfection and
Our k>w price* preclude ml attempts at competition. We suit all financial con
ditions, as follows
Children’s School Hats, neat, stylish, durable 79c
Walking, Riding and Shopping Hats, at. ,98c to $5.00
Onni p* , otra#n* of mllllnrrv p*rf*e tion Wf ftinriwi *•
SI.OO, $3.00. $5.00, $7.50, SIO.OO.
right along up to 30.00, and finer kinds if you wish.
Bird*. Ostrich Tip*. Plume*. Feahers. ak of Dam* Fa Melon'* latest sugges
tion*. in great quantity, at prices that mark thin deparrmsnt a* the cheap
est ml ill m- ry pirlor in the city ReypeiifuUy, GI'TMAN'S
Oil VO 24-in Peau de Soie,value $2, now Sl*49
OILIVO Extra heavy Satin Luxor, full w’idth,
?1 39 kind tor 1.00
EXTRAORDINARY VAU'Eff ars offered In Mack an-l colored Taffeta Bl.ks.
way and MR* Louise OnUaway of Mx-on
are visiting Mr and Mrs. J. W Heftcr
MRs Nelly Abrams R (he guest of
friend* In Atlanta.
Ml#* Elots* Ilarr has relumed from a
visit o Columbia. 8. C.
Mr* E. J. Miller ban gone North for
a few week*.
Mrs Werner 8. Byck of Atlanta I* vla
tlng her father at No. 14 Jones street.
Mr*. A. B Howe of Master A B Rowe,
Jr., have returned from Thomasvllie
Mra. Charles Harper of Rome ts vßltlng
Mr. and Mrs. M S. Baker.
51 f John B. Uaudry of Augusta has
been spending the past week with re}*-
Mr and Mrs. R. R TRon of Gonwdt.
8. e., have been visiting friend* In the
Mr*. H. B. McMaater of Waynesboro
•pent the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Crane on Jones street.
Mr. H. W. Wltcover and Mr. William
MReally gava a breakfast at Bannon
I-edge Monday tn compliment to MRs
Rosalind Rich of Atlanta and Mr Her
man Roaenhe.m. The other guests were
Mr and Mrs. Rich of Alßnta. Mr nnd
Mrs. D. J Rosenheim. Ms* Lilly Traub.
Mis* Mamie Kngel. Miss Rosenheim. Mr.
Herbert Kayton and Mr. Joseph Rosen
MR# Hattie Penny of Wilmington, N
C R visiting MR* Ella McKenalo at 113
Tlilrty-flr*t atreet. west.
Mis* Hobertlne Murphy who has spent
a delightful summer and fall tn th# North,
will sail from New York next Tueedev
Miss Murphy will reside with her mother
this winter at l't Harris street, east.
Mlsa Sadie Rcbatsman of Macon. Ga..
la visiting the Moses Derby on Henry
Mis* Rena Fa'llgent gave a supper
party Thursday evening to a number of
the visiting delegate*
Mlaa Lizzie Dußose baa returned home,
after spending the summer tn Alabama
and In North Georgia.
MRs Florrle Banka ha* a* her guest
MRs May Blukeney of Monro*. N. C.
Mr*. Mary M -Kenxle ha* Issued card*
to th* marriage of her daughter, Ella, to
Mr M. M Parker of Wilmington. N. C.
of Bah bridge are vßltlng MRs Annie
Mrs H. Holey ha* sent out Invitation*
for th# marriage of her daughter Ida. and
Mr. David A. Byck. which will take place
Oil Wednesday. Nov. *l, at the residence
ol th* brides’ mother on Jones street.
—Carmen Bylva, th* literary queen of
Houmanla. ta passionately fond of Sowers
and says she is really unable to roat com
fortably anywhere without having flow
era about her.
—Henri Houssay*. th* French acade
mician and Napoleonic authority, has pur
-haaed for the Paris Rabremach*. the
French military associating, the exact
spot of ground where the Old Guard made
ns last stand at Waterloo, and upoo It
M. Gererae. tho sculptor. Is to erect a
Scrotal* the Chose
Eczema, catarrh, hip disease, white
swelling, and even consumption hare the|r
origin tn *crofulou# conditions With the
slightest taint of scrofula In th* blood,
mere I* no rafety. The remedy for (hit
disease to nil It* furms R Hood s Sarsa
parilla, which goes to the root of th#
trouble and expels *d Impurities and dm
e**e germ* from th* blood.
Tho best family cathartic 1* Hood's Pllla.
We Never Tire In Our Efforts to
Secure the Best Values to Otter You,
Rl'aaiAN BLOI'BE BCITR
Gray*, black. Oxford
A K.MH'KKR REVIVAL
la F.aalietiman'e Coup la Reselling
Naw York, Nov 1 —lt R th* mod# the*#
days to fasten n knocker on one * front
dor. whether that door opens to th* dark
and sinuous corridor of a city flat or the
spacious hall of a big country house. Fur
thermore. the knocker that hangs over
th* threshold must be a thing of beauty,
or curiosity, or In*trln*lc value a* an an
tique. and It I* strictly against the rule
Th# Taro Popular Styles.
to hang a Roman knocker on the door.
If It t* Dutch, or a colonial ring and
disk of bra.-* on a French door, or worse
yet. a big beautiful bronze Venttlan
knocker on a fair white door of the Wah
lngiooUa period. Be well advised In ad
vance and Just learn a bit about knock
er* before yeu drop Into an antique shop
and Impulsively buy the first odd. or love
ly. or masalve ornament that catches your
Nowaday* the dealer* tn brle-a-hrac no l
only buy up knocker* from all part* of
th* country, but Import thorn a* well, an i
one can easily pyy. a* did a wealthy es
tate owner al Lenox, Mass., a* much as
taw for ihe gorgeous old bit of bronxe
that ornaments the door of his Italian vil
la whFh overlooks the Stockbrkige Bowl.
This was an exceptionally fine ap clmen.
‘ P LORftfmnff
said to have been designed by the great
Benvenuto himself for the Venetian pah
ace whence It was sold to the rich Amer
ican. It Is a muesli e piece of bronse
showing In Us design the dolphins and
tragic masque that are t characteristic of
all ih* beat old Venetian knocker*.
Tine bronxe knocker* from Italy ara
new difficult to find, so ctngety doe* the
Italian government guard against the
exportation of treasures, but beautiful
copies are made in this country and sold
at a high price, and one of the most pop
ular and charming patterns la that of a
Fompriian knocker, showing s woman'*
head In high relief on a bronse disk and
below this a ring that strike* upon a nail
head when let fall. Another fashion In
door decoration Is to fasten a brass or
bronse ribbon scroll Ju*t above th* knock
er. whereupon In Latin or old English or
mediaeval German a welcoming sentiment
Next after Italian knocker* those moot
highly prize! .me from Flanders and
have been ruthlessly lent from the door#
of old abbeys or convents. These ara
gorgeous iff dr* of wrought Iron and one
of the finest spcxiimens to thR country
decorates the front door of Baltimore,
Electric Seal Boas $1.60
bkuok Boas.very handsooe,s.so
A large aasertment at lowest prices.
In black good, we rv ognlxe no com
pctKor*. Wo have many exclusive
make* and weaves in stock, and our
price* are th# lowest
♦ ■-Inch Heavy Black Biorm Berg*.
V.-'n-'h Black English Henrietta.
J'.-m. h Black Figured Mohair.
4&-tnch Black Brocade Hultßrgs,
Choice of the above styles at
25c a yard.
tn-Mvh Cheviot Rerge*.
♦Finch Bilk Flnlsn Henrietta, at
49c a yard.
M-inch Pebbled Chav lor. shrunk and
sponged. Regular price 11Now
STRAIGHT FRONT CORSETS
tn all of the most approved kind*. A
full large assort meal of each kind la
offered you at extremely low pries*.
REMEMBER, w# try on enraets and
IH them perfectly to your figure. Ex
perienced ladies in attendance.
The Finnish knockt-re are • little too
ponderous for any but the blirreet hesr
lest doors uml with the revival of colon*:
style* the el.-Rant bra** knockers frora
Holland and Kngtand are mowt In kee;4r..
One shrewd Knjrltrhman hounht up. fco
the price of scrap Iron, all the knocked
In a street In the Bkwmabui* district cf
I-onden. a district when- e wealth sri
fashion have departed He sent his col
livtlon to America and s->l-1 them off at
once se knockers of historical value. Bom
had been used, he averred, on houe-s
where Charlie Dick-no lived, another hal
ornamented Doctor Johnson's door, anoth
er hod wakened the echoes In Dick Steel i
or the lovely Gunning* home and the
price he received were flatteringly profi
These literary knockers, as they wer*
called, may or may not have been used
by these famous to k. but they were beau
ties nevertheless and feichad a bigger sum
than any save the genuine brass colonial
knockers that are even now sometime*
picked up tn Virginia and New Englind.
Latest and strongest of door ornaments
R the double knocker. A lion’s mouth
grip* a ring and (hi* Is fasicnsd on the
ouudde of the door, while on tho Inside
of the wood panel* R a replies of thl*.
and the strange idea Is an adaptation of
a custom In old European cities when
street* were narrow and door# opened *ut
w*rd*. Then it wa* necessary for a person
about to Rau* from hla house to tap
thrice with hi* inside krocher and wirn
pedeatrlana to get out of the way of the
opening door, else u mighty blow wou.l
be delivered at aome unfortunate o*-' r ‘
by and a duel or a acuflle anaue. M. A
—The tramp question In the United
ataim haa been a moat aerloua one ever
plaice the Introduction of railroad*. It *•
estimated that no lea* than 10.0 W are car
ried nightly on trains and that 10 000 more
are waiting to **ea! a ride at the •">
time One of the eaatern roada haa taken
a Arm aland In the matter and haa equip
ped a fpedal police force for the pun*'**
of preventing treepamlng. Soma of the
farmer*, however, do not approve of tme
action, aa they obtain much of their ex
tra help in harvest time from the driftlb*
IS NBTKWARY ifc