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Pui.iig the week Juat pant society
umii to Imv* lent Itself almost entirety
tu Lie entertain,ng of tho younger #ct,
anil to the family gathering* tha* make
I'liiatmu what >t la, hut the next rta
a * promise a round of gaieties for every,
one. and invitation* arts crowding eaeh
other thick and f.it. The laH evening ot
th. old year will l>e celebrated by the re
ception for which Mr. end Mr*. Alaxan
tier Lawton have eent out invitation*,
while the hrat ent. rlalr.men* of I*ol wlh
tie the Military hell given Tuesday even
lug at the Guards' Hell The cotillion
Thursday, and a reception given by the
members of the Tomochlchl Club Friday
evening, will he among the festivities ot
the week, while of smaller affaire Ihete
will lie the dame given Friday by M!*
jittla Guetard in honor of Mias farter ot
Fort Jackson, Va . Mr. and Mr* Ander
son Carmichael nave Issued Invitation*
for a card party Wednesday evening
given to Miss Be 1. Khotter. Mrs William
>l. Gucrard will entertain with cards
Thursday afternoon, and the Married
Womens’ Club will hold the fourth of Its
winter moling- Friday nfleriioon si the
home of Mrs. Cooper Myers.
The past week has been one continuous
round of gaieties for the rousger set. and
or.e and all agree Ihar there never has
been a more lively holiday season than
thle one. Mr II I>.-na Hievcna utari'd
the hall rolling Wednesday evening by
giving a delightful dan •• at the home of
hi* parents on Gaston etreet. The beau
tiful rooms w. i. throw n open to the
young pewple and decorated with garland#
of bamboo vine ami holly. Among the
guests were Miss Irene Withers. Miss
Fhoelie Kilt oft. Mis* Hell- Khotter. Mine
Cornelia Maclean. Ml* Minnie Ms kill..
.Miss Ophelia Pent. Miss Mery Morel.
Ml** Lillie l.ynah. Miss Kllaabelh Hhot
ter. Miss Kl-anor Khotter. Miss I.ury Mir
row. Mi** Margaret Charlton, Miss NelHe
Rot.cs ts. Miss Anna Hunter. Ml** Con
stance Cheinult. Miss Minnie Adam*, Miss
Karsh Cunningham. Ml** 1.1-a Car
michael. Mise Kathleen Fey, Miss
Ora Adams. Ml Julia Hunter. Mis* Hda
Hunter. Miss Augusta Wood, Ml** May
Kg an. Mis* Lucille Hunter, Miss l,mKa*
Hearing. Ml** Nellie White. Ml** Louise
Pearce. Miss Annl- tUmkins. Ml** Ger
trude Kulllvan. Mb> Elisabeth Gilbert,
Mite Nora Edmonmou, and Me**ra, Me*
Kay D-aring, ti-oige Ua.dwln, Jr.,
Charlie Btrong. Waller Heyward. Alfred
Vlartrldge, Joe Heyward. Edwarvi Karos,
I owlet Karas, Alexander laawton, Jr,
Charles iierney, Larcombo Kchley, Cor
don llalm*. Garrarvl Haines, l.yman Wil
cox. Owen Daniel. Willie Rond. Relrne
Gordon. Jr . Gordon Carson and Hoi ace
Pomeroy of York. Pa., and N-ylo Klmklns.
Antonio Waring, James Waring, and
Al* Hull. Jr.
Miss M iry Wayne *> the guest of
honor at one of the love.lest card |>urtle#
of the season, given Friday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cooper Mvers Their
home, already one of the most a,tractive
In Ksvanneh mv parti, ularly charming
on this owgrlgn with Christmas decora
tions of crimson and white. Flower*,
evergreen* and shaded light* were ar
ranged In the room* with erllsUc taste,
end Ihe gueet* were delighlfully enter
tained Among tin—e who were present
were All.-- Mary Wayne. Miss Jeannie
Jfaliie*. Mis* Clifford Munnerlyn, All*#
Ethel Taylor. Ali*s Jennie Bryan. Alls*
Belle Khotter. All** Helen Henlm. Altos An
nie Alalenn Miss Kilxabeth Haskell,
Ml** Kelly Haskell, All** Florence oltn
atead. Alls* Lln.t Huger, Alias Kmma Hu
ger. Mr. Clarence Anderson, Jr.. Mr. At
C Tobias, Mr. fftrftte Hunter. Mr. I'wmo
Hardee. Mr. Charles C. Kchley. Jr . Mr
William Barnwell, Mr Berrien Glover,
Mr Fred Myers. Jr.. Air Wllllsm*. Mr
Thom** Denmark. Air Edward Demere,
Mr. W. F. Klmpeon. Air. Louts Morgan
and Mr. David C. Harrow
A merry party of college girl* nod boy*
were entertained Thursday evening by
Mr. Ctoorge Baldwin, Jr , nl She home of
hii parents on Mali street, vst. An Im
promptu cotillion danced, and the
young dM not di-bjrid until the
early hours of the morning. Among thoot*
Who were present. were Mist* Coiinne
Ma kail, Mia Farris laxi M Mrirn Ml>s
Finnic Maldfiiu, Alisa Clermont Huger.
Miss Mftism Pent. Mia- Minnie Markall.
Mis* M.y Egan. Miea Mm lean.
Alls? Minnie Ad.im**, Ml** Nellie White.
Min Julia Hunter. Mias Hada Hunter
Mies I'Msibeth Oilkrt Mias Alice Hay
morel. Miss NV||li> Roberta. Ml** Heli-
Uhotter. Mlaa Fannie I’hllllp*. and lleasm
Antonio Waring. J tms Waring. Grata
1 em* Edward Karoar M< Kav pear Inc.
J.eater Karow. Tracy Hunter. Jr.. Horace
Pomeroy of York Pa . Lu* ien Boggs,
Alexander Lis ton, Jr .ftelrne Gordon. Jr.,
H. Dana Btevetia. ’h*rl#M l->lmonetn.
R.tlpn Me'drim, and Gordon Haines.
The Married Womens' Card Club was
debghtfuliy enterto in el Friday afternoon
by .Mrs. Hamidon h. Ferrlll at the horn*-
of Mrs 11. C. Ferrlll on Elbert Square
In striking contrast to the dull weather
outside were the brightly decorated pitr
|ors. Molly and Christinas berries, with
Jars of white asalra** imd crimson roses
were effectively arranged about the card
rooms, and tha lights were shaded with
crimson. The pretty g ore cards also
carried out the spit it or the season, and
were painrej with charming designs
of mistletoe and holly, and lords and
ladle* of the olden time Utile Christ
mas bells tied with erkt rtbt>on. marked
the score of 'Tone hands." and the con
tent for the pretty prtres w.is an excltlnc
or# Mrs. William Morrell won the first,
an Indian chief framed in gorgeous crim
son leather. Alts Pei ring the second,
which was a Japanese plaque, while the
prise for the greatest nurn.t't of lone
latsb, a copy of “Wanted—A Match
maker/* was wn b> Airs. John H llow
kins. Airs Ferrlll*- guests inc.uded Mrs
James T. Pent, Airs. Henry A! Steele.
Airs Robert lilliington. Mrs Frank Bat
fey, Mrs. Janies 11. Hunter Mrs. J. B.
Chesnutt. Airs. J C. Le Hardy, Airs.
Tnomae #. Wyfly. Mrs A B Hull Ml
Nathaniel Jackson, Airs. William P.
Pearirtg. Mr* W. W Gordon, Jr., Mrs
John H Hoskins. Mrs. William G. Mor
rell. Mrs. Henry Frost. Mrs. Harris
Cope. Airs. W F. Aiken. Air*. Cooper
Afvers. Airs. II Wiley Johnson. Airs,
John .* reven. Mias Ingram, and Allot
Hall) Ab A.pln
Mis-* Virginia Lord Ntsbet gave a de
lightful supper party lasi eveulng < her
home on Forsyth Park. The table was
lovely with crimson carnations, and
< rim<m shaded lumps. Those who were
pre**iM were: Miss Ethel Taylor, Miss
K!i.* Chisholm. Alias K.ixibeih Butler,
Mias Marie Nbbet, Alisa Nannie Ntsbet,
Air. Philip Thornton Al .ryc, Mr. Edward
Demers, Mr Theodore Ihi r nerd. Air
Lowndes Walt hour, Mr. Wllllum Barn
wen Air. Harry Dealing Mr. fttevetts.
and Mr. Julian de Hruyii Kops.
Mr and Air*. J Flora nee Minis gave a
LtLmui.j JU.iur party last evening,
>*' which Hletr guest* wire All-* Mlilamj
Di rit. Alia* Clermont Huger, All** Mlnnl*
Mai kali Mr Alexatalrr Lawtorr, Jr.. Mr. I
i 1 AH-len Hog* . and Air George Baldwin,
The home of Mr and Mrs, J. 11. Wood
presented a festive scene Friday evening,
the ori i-lon lelng a dance given by the 1
Misses Augusta and Rosalind Wood. The
long drawing-room was converted Inro
I hall room and ornamented with sprays of .
bamboo vine, and red-shud-d lights. He- |
tween the dance* an Interesting contest :
went on. the guests trying their wit# j
.ov-r a series of puxxle pictures, whli-l*
; Illustrated the names of various presl- j
dent*. The most successful answers were
given in by Miss Vera Palmer and Mas
ter Kdwin Carton and they were sward—rl
In consequent** „ pretty gauge fan. and a
sliver isouil. During th- evening e re
pa-t wa# served In the dining-room, where
the de< oration* were elalmrate. In
the renter of the table a Chrlatma*
tree was plared while holly and brlgh'-
colored berries adorned ihe mantel and
buffet Among the guests present were
Alb* Gertrude Kulllvan. Ml*# Klle Kren
on All** Gladys Girardeau, Mis* Janie
Meldrlm. Mbs Kophle Mel,trim, Mis* Hies
Tledemsn. Alls* t.ucy Harrow, Miss Ells
abehl Mslone. Ml** Josephine Steven-
Miss Florence Btevens. Mis- Hell Rat.ey !
Miss Juie Seraven. Mi# Virginia Bl bee
Ml-s Fannie Hinton. All-s Kidney G.h
bett, Alls# Lucille Hinton. Miss I.ie v Pan
cy. Alls- Guile Garrard. Ml** Harvey
Hull, Alls# Nora Kdmru.naon, Aftsa Con
stance Chesnutt. Ml-s Caroline Clay. Alls*
fira Adam*. Miss Vera Palmer. M's* An
no Bell, Miss Claudia Johnson. Ml-s An
nie Klmklns, and Garrard Maine* Gor
don Carson. Meldrlm Thompson. Kdwin
Carson Lyman Wlllcox. l.arcomhe Kchley.
Allan Hinton. Joe Hull, Will Cann. Ray
mond prmere. Davenport Bryan, Kidney
K'libhs Churchill M-hard. Charles Bar
rev. Allan i'utfs Kpplng Gahhert. Claud
Girardeau, Frevl Krenso*i, and l-ester
Mrs John Malloch who sailed from
Ktrgland on the Jth Instant. Is expected
In Huvannah next week Airs Malloch will
resume her Friday- afternoon# during Jan
uary and February at her home on Hall
Mr Philip Thornton Marye of Newport
Now* la the gue! of Air*. II R. Jackson.
Mr. and Air* J Kulllvan Bond return
ed early In Ihe week from Florida, where
they have been spending their honey
Alrr James Head, Miss Allrlam Pent and
Miss Clermont Huger will leave to-mor
row for Hofwyi. where they will spend
Mrs W W Gordon will leave to-mor
row for New York from where she will
sail Wednesday In the Teutonic for Eng
Airs. Henry Wilson Hodge of New York
who arrived Thursday from Washington
Is being warmly welcomed by her many
Mr. and Mr* Clark Howell accompan
ied by Ml** Mary Ci.mer. left Friday
evening for their home In Atlanta.
Mr Newell Turner of Philadelphia, and
Mr J C Klaler of New York, are -pend
leg Ihe Christmas holiday# with Air and
Mrs. I,*wi* Turner at Montgomery.
Mr and Mrs Alexander lotwrence have
returned from a visit to Charleston.
Allas Maude Williams Is visiting her
iwretit* In Scranton, Pa . during the hol
Mr Lewi* Mercer left yesterday for
N< w York after • week's stay In Savan
Atr. W. F. Pennlman returned Wednes
day from Brunswick, where he spent
Mr McKay Peering ha* sent out In
vitations for a card party, which will be
given to-morrow evening at the home of
hi# parent* on Hall street, wrst.
All** Lily M- Lane Anderson has return,
ed from the North, where she ha* been
making series of delightful visit*
Mrs. David Stewart Craven arrived from
tier hnmr In Salem. N. J.. Friday, and l
the guest of Mr and Mrs. George Cann
. n Forsyth Psrk.
Messrs Gratx Dent. Harris Cope. Jr
and Percy linger left Friday for Hofwyi
plantation on the Altamuh.i
Miss Nellie Marlin spent Christ mas w th
her relative* In Bouth Carolina.
Malcolm Alaclagn, Charles Mills and Ar.
thur Pougwn ar* enjoying a few days
*(H>rt at dii k aliootlbg In Bryan county
They are the guests of Mr and Airs
Habersham Clay at Ktrathy Hall
Ml** Miry Irwin Bridge# arrived Frl
dav from North Carolina to visit Mr and
Mr*. It F. Finney.
Mr. and Mr* Thomas S Wylly, Jr.,
have returned from Imrten.
Mr A. J. O'Hara, who left Thursday
for Tampa will spend a few dav- wtlb
Pr and Mrs J R Read at Green Cove
Springs before returning Home
Mr Nryle Habersham Blmkins arrive!
(rom the I'nlvendty of Georgia ’a> week
and I- -pending the holiday* with hi* par
rnls. Mr. and Mr*. William P. Klmklns.
Mr*. King Wvlly has returned to Sa
vannah and Is the guest or Mr. and Mrs.
I) R. !jester, on the Talk Extension.
Miss Harriet Alllledge will arrive to
morrow evening from Atlanta to visit
Miss Rlghton llabershtm.
Miss laoulse Puponi spent Christmas
vloy with friend* In Atlanta.
Mr and Mrs r. fi. Ellis gave one of
the largest Fhrislmas parties of the week
Thursday afternoon from 4 to 0 o'clock
A number of the* little friends of Winifred
and Milton Ellis were present, and a mer
ry afternoon was spent in playing games
and dancing. A beautiful <’hrl*tm.*s tree,
lit with colored electric lights and bnlen
ed with ornaments and toys, bad leen ar
ranged In the library, and pretty souvenir
toys were given to all of the little guests
Refreshments were served In the dining
room st a table elaborate y decorated with
pink and green. Wide pink streim
ers were suspended from lh chandelLr
and fastened with rosette** to the table
cloth. while in the renter and at the cor
ners were placed jars of flowering pink
begonias The following voung girls ir
slsted in serving the refreshments: Miss
Fatle Ellis. Miss lailesh Adams. Miss J*w
►le Powell. Ml** Jennie Buckner and Miss
Hallle Ellis. Forty or fifty children were
present during the afternoon.
A congenial parly of young people were
entertulned Wednesday evening by Mi.*
Emmie Johnson at her home, on Jooca
street west. Th#* game of hearts was fhe
amusement of the evening, and the fun
culminate*! in the awarding of prises.
There was one for each of the players,
and they were selected by the guests be
fote being taken from their wrappings
Among the young people present were:
Miss Eileen Hunter. Miss Myra Wllteox,
Miss Lucy Boyd. Miss Maggie Tlioni'**oii.
Alls* Corn Johnson. Miss Annie Haines
Miss Ethel Mclntyre. Miss* Angle
Vjhb+df*. aia) Meswra. kipping Gab-
Ihett, Robert Waller, Lawrence I*ee
Moultrie I*ee David Allan. Darwin Hull.
Itaym*>i>d Bull! van, titephtn Heyward,
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1900.
14 BROUGHTON STREET, WEST.
Ready for Our Sale==l9ol
It is important for all mothers to inspect this stock,
as we have secured a special line of Embroideries, rare
in quality, choice in design, and very special in price.
Look at Our Line for 9c.
Look at Our Line for 15c and 19c.
Our Underwear stock needs no introduction, being
noted by the women of Savannah for its Regular Make,
Perfect Finish and Durability.
Big cut in Evening Goods, consisting of
Organdies, Gauzes, Nets, Lace Robes, Spangled
Rohes, Embroidered and Plain Chiffons.
Evening Cloves in all lengths.
Tom Denmark, Frank Heyward, John
Waller, and Tattnall I’rltohard
Atasier Herbert Moore eniertalned de
lightfully Thursday evening with a
Christmas party. In the many game*
played Masters Hamilton Horsey. George
Ingleaby, William Seahrooko and Joe In
g!e*hy Won the prlae*. Ataater Jack Afy
crs. with hi# graphaphone, added grea Iv
to tha entertainment of the hoy*. The
supper table was beautifully decorated.
A small Christmas tree rose from the . en
ter of the table while garland# of tinsel
hung from the chandelier above Tho
places of the gue#t# were marked by
dainty favor#. The guest# were Ma***r
Robert Tr#tn. Jo* Ingle,hv. George In
gl#hy, Charlie Adam*. Jack Mvers. Jes-o
Ives, GuntilV Karow. Ro# Ouerarl. Car
vllle Carson. Harvey Gilbert Kvereft
Rlthop. A*hbv Racot. William Keahrooke,
Fratt'-I# Dasher. Warner Butler. Hamil
ton Horsey and Klfred Papv.
Allas C.ttle Kills, who I- at home from
Shorter College for the Imlldavs. pleasant
ly entertained a few of her friends Friday
evening with progressive game*. Miss
Jessie Powell ar.d Ml** l-aleah Adam# and
Mcsars. William Robertson and Pan Mc-
Millan won the prlxe#. which were a pot
ted fern a cur-ala## vaae. a rllver knife
and a silver flic In leather case
Mis* Anna Rell ha* sent out the fol
lowing Invitation# for the first evening of
th* N*‘W Year
On the first of the vear.
When all Is good cheer,
Mv friend* I hope to greet
From the hour of eeven
Till half-part eleven. .
At K-i*t Huntingdon street.
We start with th- game*
To -bring In the "dames."
Then dancing will follow In turn;
Refreshments on tap
Will tit like a cun.
And good cheer we ll have to burn.
In answer to this
'Twill not be amiss
To ask for .1 verse in reply;
The pleasure begun.
'Twill add to the tun.
And no one need to be shy.
Anna K. Bell.
A icry Interesting marriage ceremony
took place at Live ok Fla.. Wednesday.
Dec. 26. at S |>. in., when Mr. Andrew Han
ley, Jr., manager of the Suwannee Spring#
Hotel of Suwannee, and Alls* Alary Kllxu
beth Hines of Live Oak. Fla . were united.
The ceremony was performed hi the
Rev. p. J Lynch of Gainesville o! the
home of tlte bride, where ti>e parlor. aid
reception room were besul Iftillv decorated
with palnte and hol!> In Ihe reception
room an altar w .* eroded and hrllllantlv
lit for the occasion, ard adorned with
tlower# aisl rmllax. Direeily over the
fool of the altar suspended front the
four corner# of the celling, with while
ribbon, was a large bell made of smllax_
At the appointed hour the "Lohengrin"
Wedding March was played by Alls#
Flectw-ood. and Ihe bridal pair advanced
to Hv altar and knelt upon two satin
cushion*, which were placed heneush the
hell The impressive ceremony was
witnessed only by member* of both
families. and AP. and Mr*. IV. II
Moflit o' New York. Mrs K. Mc-
Clellan of Louisville. Kv„ and
Mb- Mary C.aStgher or Savannah.
A eolation wa- -•riel Immediately
nfier the ceremony. Tlte bride wa#
aiilced In it artty traveling coa
tume. The happy couple departed
on the evening train for New Orleans and
other point* In Ihe South for a brief sa.ty
preparatory to k three months' trip to
Europe in the sitting. This >m-
I imrtant event will he * surprise
to the many friends of both par
ties Mr. Andrew Hanley. Jr.. I* n Ka
vannahlan, and prominently known In Ihl*
P DPI TC M le of GIB-bound HI k Velvet. Kins Qflw
UllVlyLC I Batin Ribbon with gilt points /OC
r £ BEE HIVE,
St. Julian and W hitaker Sts. ( Sav 4u n &Vnr®**)
Whit- n<l Naturnl R;blkl
lilh n*.'k. long lwvi. 12 l ,c
Hr*vy.Klol While Ribbed
I..i.|le' While itn.l Natural Bhape<t
Kim Vmii JKi
I.udie*’ Giira Heavy Kleeced Vet*.
ami Pant* to match, full *l*e*. per
fectly ahaped B*
laidte*' White three-quarter W.ol
Veat* and Pant*. fa>hlnne<l, etecant
tai.tle*' White All-W'nol Veat, and
Pant*, full fn.htoned. aelected atock,
Ijidtr*' All-Wool Scarlet I'mlerwear.
Veat* and Pan,* to neitch TV
('hlldren* Wht e and Natural Pn
dewear. lc. ISHc. lfc-. IV and up.
ChlMren'a Wonl I'mlerwear-Jlhlrt*.
Pant* and liratver*
C, 2&c, 29c. Uu, c. Me, Wc
elty. He I# the #on of Mr Andrew Han
ley of East Taylor stree-, ope of the lead
ing huslnesa men of Savannah. Mr Han
ley. Jr.. 1* manager of the famous Florida
winter resort. Suwannee Springs Hotel,
and h.t# acted In that capacity for some
vears He hue been very popular with
hi* patron* who visit the spring* from all
pari# of the I'nlted Kutee and Europe
Th* hrtde Is a prominent society lady
of Florida and la a frequent eontrlbutor
to tho literary columns of many Southern
paper*, and 1# also a magaxlnc writer of
IJttl* Miss Frieda Galls, daughter of
Mr and Mr* Benjamin Orll*. gave n
Christmas tree party Thursday evening
at her home on Puffy elreei A delight,
fill evening wa* spent by the little guest#
Those present were Aliases Norma. Wand#
and ftllma Sterly, Nora and Pauline Lang.
Ruth f haeffer Mildred Kheftall. Gen
evieve Ripple. Ethel Mlsrally and Ala*-
ter* Brant Schaeffer. Stanley Ward. Rich
ard Mordecgl and Carlisle Sipple.
The marriage of Mis* Corlnne Street,
daughter of Atr#. Alice Al Btre*t of Phil
adelphia. and Mr. Clifford Gray Rowland
..f Savannah was perform- 1 Thursday,
the I7th. Inat , at the residence of th
brbV* sister. Air*. John Herbert Hillman,
In Philadelphia. Rev. Pr Rutnney, rector
•if St Peter'# Episcopal Church, per
formed the ceremony Th bride wore a
gown of heavy corded white silk, with
accordion pleated flounce of point d'eaprlt.
The reception rooms and hull were banked
with palms and potted plants, and pink
anti green was th# rotor scheme of the
room In which the breakfast was served
At b o'clock Mr. and Mrs Rowland left
for Phllade:phig ami she South.
Air. Lawrence who I* studying #
Ihe College of Physician# and Burgeons
In New York. Is spending the holidays
with hi# parents. Mr and Mrs. J. Moul
Mr. Wayne Cunningham Is spending the
holiday# with Mr and Air*. Henry Cun
ningham on Gaston street.
Mr ami Mrs. lot Martin* Varnndoe re
turned Fthlny to their home In Tampa.
Miss Kshcl M.Tntyre Is at home for the
holiday* front Georgetown. Md.
Mis# Annie Moye of Ramlterg. 8 C,, I#
visiting Alitw Eva Stoke* gt 121 Gaston,
Ml** Krtto Rioodworth entertained the
B. G. Card Club Thursday evening, Ihe
guest of honor being Miss Lucy Blood
worth of Atlanta. Atrs. Wilbur Coney
and Mr. Paul Hryan won the special
prlae* at i-anls. which were • band-palnt
-d satin lap* measure and a traveling cup
Mi * Edith Still well and Air William Pon
lan w->n the other prlxes. which were a
tlonltoii lace h.rndker hlef and a hook
The room, were decorated with pot:*d
plant* amt flowvrs. Present were Air. and
Mr Wilbur M Coney. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Crawford. Mis* Marlon Cooper. Miss
Bessie Cooper. All*# Marie Dress*. Alls#
Marnl* Stillwell. Ml*# Eunice Crawford,
.Mies I.tila Pavl*. Miss Katherine Drees*,
Mis# Gertrude Powell. Ml## Ellen Mor
gan, Mis# I-ella Morgan, and Messrs
Mongtn Nlcholhe Horace Htlllwell, Blg
inund Berg Harry Richardson. Wlnthrop
Dwel>, Herbert Stillwell, I .eon Lyon*.
Sidney Cooper. William Itonlan. Iteven
-lorf. Yale# Thompson ond >Poul Bryan
Air*. Merrlt Plxnn gay* a beautiful
bin. heon Thursday to her little nler-e# and
nephew#. The table was prettily decorat
ed with hollv and I'hrlrtma* gift, marked
the pia of the guests. Those who were
present were the Misses Helen Dale
Dixon, Lilia Nicholls. Alma and Pella
Lindsay, Kar.th Nb-holl* Katie and .May
Dsborne. Jesse Dixon. Merrlt Dixon. Jack
Lindsay and Don Prosaer.
Air. Horry L. Wlleon and Alls# Carrie
iI, Bockhett were married at the manse
Ocntlrmen’a <lray Vl*ed Brown
Mixed and White Underahlrt* and
lientlemen * Heavy Hr, White ami
Kuncy blue Shirt, and Dr .in era... 29c
Oenllemen’a Kxtra Heavy Fleeced
Natural. Fancy blue. ami Tun
Undershirt* and Drawer* 42c
Gentleaaen'* Sanitary Naiutal Wool
Shine and I>rawer* TV
Genii men’* Scarlet Wool Shlrta and
Gentlemen'* Blue Flannel Overshlrl*.
well ma le. full *lae TSc
Gentlemen'* t'nblearhed Canton
Flannel Hrwwer* 19c
Infant*' White Fleeced l'nderhlrt*.
open ami button, and In front Kir, i;‘,c. 12.-
Infant*' While Fin* Ribbed band*
Infant,' Zephyr Wool Crochet Shoe,. 7o
Now Is the Time.
Is the Place.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Ladies' Ready=Made Suits,
DRESS GOODS AND COMFORTS.
Filled with the best cot
ton and covered with good
sateen at the following
$2.50 Comforts now SL4S
$3.00 Comforts now $1.98
$4.00 Comforts now $2.49
Comforts filled with pure
wool, sold at $6.50, now
Comforts filled with pure
down and covered with
the best quality sateen,
full size, worth sb.so,
See our line of
Gloves and hosiery
For Evening Wear.
IQ Broughton Street, West.
of the Beeosid Presbyterian Church, by
Rev. W. A. Nlsbet. yesterday afternoon
The marriage was a quiet one. itter.ded
only by Immediate friends. The munv
friends of Air. and Mrs, Wilson predict
and wish for them a bright and happy
future. They will r#**k|e at li2.' Alont
Among tne tlance* of the week, was one
given Friday evening at Armory Hall by
members of the Chatham Artillery. T >*•
dancers Included Miss Palsy Clark. Miss
Marie Dreese, Miss Katherine Dr#-*-*c.
Mies Ethel Walker, Mi*-* Annie Lou Rus
sell, Miss Bessie cooper. Miss Marion
Cooper. Alls* Phelan, Miss Lucy Blond
worth. Mies A1 It eese, Alias Luia Pa vis,
and Messrs. Charlton Ft irbour. Hoe kley
Germany. J. P. Woodroe, William Pon
lan. H. ft Preese. Sidney Cooper. Alex
Krenson. Reid Sweat, Armond Chapeau.
Vamadne Heath. Ben Armstrong. Free
horn Clark. Motigm Nlcholls. Sigmund
Berg, Frank Torley, George Alien, and
One of the most Interesting events of
the week was the wedding of Capt.
Josepn V Morrison and Miss Bnphle E.
Pa tot. which took place Thursday at the
brides resklsstce. No. 22 Henry stree*.
west. The ceremony was conducted hv
the grooms brother. Rev. John T. Mor
rison. a*i*ted by Rev. Mr Webb. Th°
bride la the youngest daughter of the
late Stephen A. Pa tot of tnt* clt>. a
charming and lovable woman. The groom
La a pro*permit truck farmer and mer
chant of Kstlll. B. C.. and father of Dr.
A. A Morrison and Thomas W. Alorrl
son of this city. The bride was prettily
attired in u traveling suit of gray. After
tha ceremony they left for their future
home In Kstlll.
Mr and Atrs Robert A Crawford
cha peroneal a party of young people
Christmas Eve ar a dinner at HI ks
restsuiant. Those who w-rc present were
Miss Lucy Bloodworth of Atlanta, jtfwi
Edith Stlllw.il. Miss Gertrude Powell.
Aliss EfTle ltloodworih. Mis* Bessie Foo.-
er. M Harry Richardson. Mr Armand
Berg. Mr Horace Btlllwell and Air Sid
Air and Mrs. George Henry Whiteside
of Apalachicola have sent out Invitations
for the marriage of their daughter Mattie
Kilby to Air. William P. Brunson of this
city. The wedding will take place at
Trinity Church Monday. Jsn. 11.
Mr and Mrs Leon Ferst entertained on
Monday evening with cards The par
lors were decorated with palm* and i>ot*
ted plants and roses. Among t,he guests
present were Mr. and Airs. Aaron Ferst.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferst. Mr and Mrs
Henry L. Smith, Air ami Mrs rt. Her
man. Mr. and Airs Samuel Melnhard. Mr.
and Mrs. 11. Traub. Mr and Mrs. Harry
Illrtch. Mr. and Mrs. M 11. Herman. Mrs.
H. A. Einstein. Miss Jeanette Melnhard,
Alisa Irene Frank. Miss Jeanette Herman,
Mr. Arthur Well. Air Henry MHuhard.
Air. N Melnhard. Mr ttlwin Frank and
Mr. Herbert Traub.
The Flarmonte Club will give a recep
tion to-morrow evening to see the old
Allss Mails Kberte of Charleston. F C..
Is th guest of her cousin. Mum Dale.
Mrs. H H Preese and Miss Anna Drceoe
left ThUrsulay for Louisiana, where they
will visit friends.
Mrs. W. O. Cooper and Miss Josephine
Cooper will return to-morrow from Jack
sonville. where they spent Christmas.
Mist Marie Ehrlich has returned home
from the North, where she has been
spenttng the summer and full months.
Mi** Aleyer. who lias beep
traw-ling in Europe for the lust year and
a half Is visiting her sister, Mrs. k\
Kisertbcrg. No IJ7 Oglethorpe avenue,
Miss Eleanor Haxiehurst Is spfmdt,-* th#*
Christmas holidays w,th relatives in
Mls Ethel Fretwell entertained tp* t
V. Club Friday afternoon with cards.
Miss Clara Butler has returned from
vlattti.g friends In Augitsta.
Miss Bdlth Vlmer Is at home for the
Beginning to-morrow morning we will place on sale
Ladies' Ready=made Suits,
All this season’s styles, of Cheviots and
Venetian, styles are Blouse, Eton and Tight-fitting.
None worth less than $15.00,
YOUR CHOICE for SIO.OO.
30 pieces, consisting of
and mixed effects, worth
from 50c to 65c,
At 36c a Yard.
holidays from the Lucy Cobb Institute In
Miss bln Cherry of Augusta is visiting
Mr anl Mrs E. G. Rogers. Jr., on Bar
Miss Janie Shutdrtne son the first prise,
a l*air of bisque figures, while the boobv,
a *wlen Ur. was awarded to Alisa Nina
Miss Phoebe Vincent gave an informal
and plea--nt entertainment Thursday
evening. The guests were the Misses Inn
McLeod, Kat.e Burroughs. Helen Alclver,
Carrie ami Annie Tyson. Nanlne White.
Daisy Burroughs. Ruby Williams, and
Ale?sr Ray mors I White, John At* Her.
It# x White. Rhett Weber. Octuvua Tilton
and John Burroughs.
Among the pl**nt events of the holi
days was the candy pulling and Christ
mas tre*- entertainment given by Aliases
Htlby and !!.:xci and Master Herbert
Powell at their itomt on Jefferson street.
Gtilte a number of their young friends
wet© present Thursday afternoon. from
:t go to i SO Miss Mary Btlen and Miss
Ruby Powell delighted the crowd with
several very pretty selections on the
piano. The young folks took -slon of
me entire home, and no happier t!m has
been spent during the week of frolic and
pleasure. The Christmas tr** win bril
liant with many candles and beautiful,
sparkling ornaments. At half-|>ust A
o’clock Miss Ruby Powell play* 1 th.
Fhristmas March, and Mr Harry Reddick
•ind Miss Lena Dole led the way to the
(lining room, when- refreshments **-re
served. Among those present were Misses
Alary Btlen, Lena Cole, Etta Lucke, Alice
anl Kara Hagan of Darien, Helen Irwtn
aid I atura and Annie May Johnson, and
Messrs. Harry Reddick. D Gordon, Har
ry ami Cecil Burch, Edward fUckel. John
Funk. Lynn tnd Eugene Drummond and
A party of young people were pleasantly
*-nt( rt.tin#**! at tht nom* of M ss Stella
Cohan Wednesday evening Among tho*
present were Miss* s Etta Ivensidn.
Ruth Ehrlich. Carol atul flare Oppen
h.imer, Eunice and Gladys Ui*pman.
Stella Levy, Alnttle Putsel, and also
Messrs. George Perllnskl. Htella Cohen.
Leoi* Wrf, Rli.e Mohr. Hanna Ferst and
the Messrs. Einstein.
AIUs Rita Mohr pleasantly entertained
the following friends Thursday afternoon’
The Misses Claire, and f.uol
er. Hannah Einstein. Zlpf>orah Me tide a,
Lena Gerst. Miriam Herman. Edna Mohr.
Eunice Uiif tnaii. Ht lk Cohen, Ruth E ti
ll 1 h. Matlt** Putsel. G.al>s Llpprnan. Han
nah Einstein. Hannah Ferst. Esther Bel
singer. Rita Well. F’ella Cohen. Uly
Wle* hselhatim. Ruth 111 •*ein, and Geor
Vernon and Erma A-piinvall gave a
merry party Christmas right to their lit- j
He friends. * *ld Hants Claus hsl filled
the Xmas tre* with |>tsents for all. !
A game was a 100 played, of pinning pa
per baskets on an elepaant, and prises
were given Miss Nannie Doyle receive.!
th* first prise. M ister Milton Ellis the i
boobv Among tlH>>e present Mlssei
Nannie Doyle, Emily Aekew. Hollle Kills.
Helen Doyle, Lil.ian Ask* w. Winifred
Eihs Alma Htothart. Eirl Brooks. Ernu
Asplnwail. Ma ters R. ... Doyle Jam s
I‘oyle. Milton Ellis. W t. r A k# w. Mor
sail Askew, am! Vernon Asplnwail.
Th- marrlap of Mr John Wolff anl
Ml. Amnll 1 Hmip. nlerr of Mr. Herman
. u* r ,,* 111 lnll * , f’ l "'- Tur.i> evening
■ ! Mr lm , liom.- on in. Th.in.*rrllt 1
ro.J. Rev Mr. R hn.-fTrr mil prrfor.n
IM I tr Charles CJraham llaughn Invited a
rew of.hl, friend* on ThurJav afternoon
hi, Christ nine tree at the
ru.a,ltl limiee The Tybee Or.-lteatra
furmehed mush for the o. ~|<,n and the
lltt.e one. enjoyed themeelve* ,ta nc |n c
■nd eakewalklnK. Refre.hment. were
ervel durln* the nfternor.n The aueat*
er. th. Mlt.ee* .iwr*la ldiKoehe. Annie j
I^ROihe.Jda Peay. Mildred Nun*e,. r .
Helen 1.a110.-h.-. B!an :ir TUhlcr, Ma>
Rtv-he Mabel Younalove Ml dred Ueobte
•Ji“!? ,,, r ,, r . I ' ali, 'he. Veronica iMvia!
Maetara John Schrodw, Wl) lam Jan.en,
20 pieces, consisting of
50-inch all-wool Scotch
Cheviots, fancy French
checks and stripes,
At 59c a Yard,
Albert I rf e. Andrew .ieoble, Sidney
Harold Jane.li and Mauler Charle, Ui
Among tha gaiatiaa of th# waak waTTTis
chriatman ira#- and tfant* t'Hius racaptbsi
given by Muster Cletuw Hcrgan at hil
home* bit Wrdnt-sday afternoon. Tna o
•islon wij( a delightful one Those
nf were Mis sea Addia May Gibson. Alt*'*
Lyti.-h. Kihhia Divatie, Ixittls Kingman.
Edith Brin nan, Hilda ilnar. May Gerber.
K a hylecn Murphy. Emma BloomquUt,
r **f * 811 Bed. Masters Freddie Gr. ly.
Altw-ri Bloomqulst, J>s|c McCarthy. Wi -
•’ •' 1 Gross. Henry Gerber, George perst,
Eugene Mahoi*\. Willie WaUh. laaao
METALk I9RII MY JBIVBUMI.
EflorU M(lr It* the Miut iMrrHor* to
K rep 'I ruck of If.
From the Jeweler's Circular.
The d.rector or h<- mint at Washing**** .
| D. (\. hat for many years made an esti
mate of the amount of gold and silver
consumed in this country in our Industrial
arts and mafiufarttire*. which estimate
has been based upon the bullion supplied
b> the mints and assa> offices, as well
• the figures from prhate refineries and
i tu.ifuiiacturer.y fo shout inquiry has been
f#*m on this subject. For the last decade,
however, experts have rerkaisly question
ed the estimates of the con In circulation
and coin consum# *1 in the arts, as man
by the Bureau of th* mint on these fig
ures and on the tab|- based on an club
orate Investigation made in lv*J. To
move all doubts on this subject and t*
' < 'irately d*-terinir.c the consumption of
' gobl oral silver, both lore and coin, m
the industrial arts In the Fritted *tes.
i the *lire#*tor of the mint, last Pacetr.her.
| sent *lrcular to jewelers throughout the
country, a-kii.g as a favor that the jew
jl r> till out the blank showing tha
amount of coin or bars, gold or aJver,
r il* h they (onaumed cither in their re
| pair work or in maruifactunntf. Tie re
| turns from these Inquires, thotigh '>’ t' o
1 means complete, served to make much
more accurate the figures on th con
! sumption of gold and sliver. In tie
report of the dire* tor of tha mlr<.
an eff*rt w 11 now be made to obti n even
fuller returns for the next report
With this object In view a circular ar I
a h.ank. similar to that sent out last vear
will be iwued In January to all nanufa
turerw udng gold or silver, as w*W as t*
all Jewelers, Including those who d° t v#n
the emalleat of repair work, with th*
quest that the re*dplent* fill in th# figure'*
required. In doing this the lewder •>*
f*el > ire that his flgurea will lever he
used except in making a grand X>tl
will he held strictly confldenliaiy by tha
Treasury Department. Among U# reas*>n
which It Is believed caimed |erscfis In the
past to liesitale In answering thaoa In
quiries, was the fear that they had. h
using up coin. Inadvertently viola ted a
statute and that an admission t# this fact
might be used against them, ttjch a fe**r.
however, !*t aimolutely without |mitilatloi .
as there Is no lomenticm that the use <f
gold coin In manufacturas Is gxntrary to
The only object In asking to* the Infor
mation Is to enable the Treasury Depart
ment to estimate as accuratelj/as possibla
the money now on hand, by determining
the amount of Fnlted States oln lost an
nually by being melted up lr manuta
turlng purposes. It Is not 4almd th**t
any manufacturer la by law to
give the Information, but. at there Is no
reason why he should not adf every rea
son #hy he should, for the ienefft of all.
It Is confidently hoped that fhe roapon"*
from the Jewelry trade tej th© depart
nu-nt’a new circular, soon tl ba sent out.
will be as complete a?id *atlafactory
the authorities of the mint ran deslr*
-Many of th* laborer* Jt tha Leag't*
Island navy yard at Phllaivlphki art f®*
cetvlng but |1 0 per day.