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Mrs. G. B. PritcHsiril. Jr., ( <>m 11 1 i—
nirntrd I>> sli Pritchard.
Most attractive and charming was
the afternoon reception with which Miss
Pritchard entertained yesterday for
Mrs. George Barnard Pritchard, Jr„
who is her guest for the winter.
The rooms of Miss Pritchard's home
on Macon street were beautifully ar
ranged for the event, with many lovely
flowers and handsome palms, giving a
decorative touch. The walls are tinted
in a light soft green, against which the
green vines that garlanded them show
ed with pretty effect.
The mantels were covered with smi
lax, and in the first room, where the
receiving party stood, the flowers were
American Beauties, two or three vases
of roses being placed on the mantel,
and others on the piano. In the sec
ond room, the flowers were pink car
nations, with pots of blooming pink
azaleas placed about on the cabinets
and tables. All the flowers were pink,
and the lights were shaded in the same
color. Between the two rooms was an
arch of palms, rising at each side of
the wide doorway and curving to 'a
circle at the top.
In the receiving party were Miss
Pritchard. Mrs. Pritchard, and Mrs.
W. G. Woodfln. They stood in the
first drawingroom, against the south
ern windows, palms being gracefully
arranged at each side.
Assisting Miss Pritchard were Mrs
Ormonde B. Strong, Mrs. Henry C.
Walthour, Miss Jennie Bryan, Miss
Edith Johnston, Mrs. William E.
Harper, Miss Julia Hunter, Miss Nelly
White and Miss Flora Dancy.
Among the callers during the after
noon were Mrs. W. W. Gordon, Jr.,
Miss Mary Joe Stiles. Mrs. Harry
Newell Walker, Mrs. Wright Hunter,
Miss Barnard. Mrs. D. Y. Dancy, Mrs.
Charles G. Bell, Miss Maxey, Mrs. Ed
ward Frost, Mrs. Beirne Gordon. Miss
Mary Comer. Miss Fair, Mrs. William
R. Leaken, Miss Rowland. Mrs. P. W.
Meldrim, Mrs. Fred Hull. Jr., Miss
Ysabel Smart. Mrs. Charles McLaugh
lin, Mrs. Horace Rivers, Mrs. George
A. Whitehead. Mrs. Marion X. Corbin,
Mrs. James Farle, Jr., Miss Elizabeth
Gilbert, Mrs. Edward S. Elliott, Mrs.
George L. Cope. Jr., Mrs. James Men
zies, Mrs. W. M. Davidson, Mrs. L. P.
Pettus, Mrs. R. S. Claghorn. Miss
Mary Wayne, Miss Caroline Meldrim,
Mrs. Pratt Adams, Mrs. Heyward
Lynah. Mrs. W. R. Crawford, Mrs. Oli
ver T. Bacon, Mrs. Olin Mclntosh, Mrs.
A. L. Alexander, Mrs. Frank Butner,
Mrs. F. D. Bloodworth, Mrs. Charles
H. Wlllcox, Mrs. Charles L. Willeox,
Mrs. Henry McAlpin, Mrs. LaMartine
Varnedoe, Miss Lola Moynelo, Mrs.
Alexander Carey. Mrs. John Gray
Steinhimer, the Misses Olmstead, Mrs.
C. M. Gibbes, Miss Ethel Taylor, Mrs.
Julian Chisholm, Mrs. George F. Ten
nille, Mrs. George Cosens, Miss Belle
Daniel, Mrs. C. M. Gilbert, Mrs. Frank
Webb, Miss Madge Reid, Mrs. C. R.
Woods, Miss Elizabeth Heyward, Mrs.
George Heyward, Miss Edith Thiot,
Mrs. Richard Thiot, Mrs. Frank Mil
ner, Mrs. John Heard Hunter, Miss
Jessie Anderson, Miss Eugenia John
ston, Mrs. James H. Johnston, Mrs.
Horace Crane, Mrs. William Cann, Mrs.
Edward Stoddard, Mrs. Charles B.
Malone. Mrs. T. M. Cunningham, Miss
Cornelia Lee, Miss Emily Charlton,
Mrs. Anton P. Wright, Miss Margaret
Vernon Stiles, Mrs. Trenholm Hopkins.
WALSH & MEYER,
\4 BROUGHTON STREET, WEST.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S STORE.
Practical Holiday Suggestions, Gifts at Lowest Prices,
Collar and Cuff Boxes,
For the Little Ones ,
Band Made French Caps,
Hand Embroidered and Crochet Sacque,
Afghans and parasol Covers,
HEADQUARTERS FOR KID GLOVES.
Only the Best Makes Kept: Fownes, Regnier; Freres, Maggiom.
ALL GLOVES WILL BE GLADLY EXCHANGED (If Sites a te not Correct after Christmas.)
Miss Phoebe Elliott, Mrs. James H.
Hunter, Mrs. Maner Lawton, Mrs. Ral
ston Wylly, Mrs. V B. Girardeau, Mrs.
George Cann, Mrs. Charles Park. Miss
Duckworth, Miss Mary S. Jones, Miss
Lily Anderson, Miss Eliza Lamar Hull,
Mrs. Otis Ashmore. Mrs. Francis Rob
inson Clarke, Mrs. Marion Thomas,
Mrs. S. L. Varnedoe, Mrs. J. B. Ches
nutt, Miss Pape. Mrs. Harry Blun,
Mrs. Harold O. Ayer, Mrs. Gordon
Harrison, Miss Edith Warfield, Miss
Irene Withers, Miss Georgia Freeman,
Mrs. Frank Battey, Miss Nelly White.
Miss Laleah Adams. Miss Minnie
Adams, Miss von Gundell, Miss Rems
hart, Mrs. G. Noble Jones, Miss Sey
mour, Miss Cecelia Woods, Mrs. J. S.
Wood. Miss Royster, Miss Wheeler,
and the Misses Newcomb.
BOOK OF oi.n RECEIPTS.
Compiled l.v Bishop Beckwith So
ciety From Old Savnnnsli Homes.
An interesting compilation of old
receipts, many before unpublished, has
been made by the ladies of the Bishop
Beckwith Society of Christ Church and
will be sold for the benefit of the Free
Manual Training School. The title of
the little book, "Favorite Receipts
from Old Savannah Homes," suggests
its character. Most of the receipts arc
‘ those that were in use for years in
old Savannah families and have been
handed down from generation to gen
eration, tested and endorsed by a suc
cession of good housekeepers. This fact
will make the collection invaluable, as
receipts of this sort are more and more
sought after and always difficult to ob
tain, not often being purchasable.
The book, which has been made up
in very attractive shape, will be ready
by Dec. 15 and will be put on sale
immediately at the Woman's Ex
change, so as to be available to those
who desire copies for Christmas gifts.
TO ENTERTAIN MISS GOI.DRKRG.
Visit of Field Secretary of Connell
of Jewish Women.
Miss Janette Goldberg, field secre
tary of the Council of Jewish Women,
is expected in the city this evening and
will be at the De Soto during her
stay, which will last two days. Miss
Goldberg's visit is of great interest in
Jewish circles generally, and will be
the occasion of much that is pleasant
socially, as well as important in con
nection with the work of the Council.
A committee of ladies has been ap
pointed to meet her upon her arrival.
To-morrow morning she will be taken
for a carriage drive, and will after
wards be entertained at luncheon at
Bannon Lodge. Her first public ad
dress will be made to the Council of
Jewish Women in the Chapel to-mor
row afternoon at four o'clock All Jew
ish women in Savannah are invited to
be present. It will be open to the pub
lic, and, while Intended primarily for
the Council, the members of the junior
section and all Interested are asked to
To-morrow evening, Miss Goldberg
will be the guest of the Rev. Dr. and
Mrs. George Solomon, with whom she
will dine, and will afterwards meet
some of their friends at an informal
Miss Goldberg is organizer of the
junior sections of the Council of Jew
(Continued op Opposite Page.)
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
CDCPIAI OAIro in every Department this week. Our last week’s business was very ‘gratifying to us, and recipients of gifts bought here will be pleased with same'
OrtUIAL OALto Good, sensible articles for everybody; articles that are lasting and will give real comfort, will be yours if you trade at this popular shopping center
Were selected a $7.00 grade of
this popular article and priced
them so low, that if you
see the quality you'll (tjf* QJ
HOLIDAY WAISTS, /ft mm mm ft*
Made of Chiffon Taffeta, trimmed with tiny tucks IjL me AO
and buttons, neat collar and cuffs, in black, navy
red and brown; $6.50 values, now priced W
Warm weather still with us,
consequently too many Furs.
Prices cut very, very deep. Note
these two specimens of what awaits
you, if you come in time.
Ladies’ Handsome Fur Neck
Boas, in quite a variety of furs,
$2.98 VALUES FOR 5 Q
Handsome Furs, Stalls Capes,
Boas and Collarettes. Scarcely a
piece in the lot worth less than
$10.00; some even /f* £ OJP
more; . j
now priced Hr
For Women .
Hand Made French Muslin Underwear,
Fancy Shell Combs,
Hand Made Neckwear,
Evening Scarfs and Shawls,
All the New Shades. \
Chiffon Ruffs and Capes,
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Real Lace Collars,
JACKSON & PUTMAN
' BROUGHTON AND WHITAKER STREETS.
SENSIBLE ARTICLES FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS.
Grand HOLIDAY Opportunity in Ladies’ and Children’s Suits.
One more grand sale to add to the glory “ ~ir Our Misses’ and Chilkren’s Department ot
, t 1 i fer to the buyer, during this sale, a most ex
of our many successful sales held this winter. ce ile„t opportunity to buy Ready to-Wear
and to indellibly impress upon your mind the garments for barely the cost of material, thus
, . f ... doing away with the worry of making during
absolute supremacy of this gigantic these bus / days> K *
READY-MADE DEPARTMENT . Children’s Dresses , of fancy checks, yokes
of plain Cashmere to
Ladies’ Suits, of finest French mixtures, I match, trimmed with fancy Wg
mrrii i on g and medium Tourist Braid, Velvet and Buttons; Jmf
Coats, with strap backs $3.50 values, now priced I
a °;!Jri e „. sleeveSl s2s '°° IJ'UU Children’s Caps and Bonnets. Mostly ere
values, now -r . ■■ - r thing want .
Long Tourist Coats, Made of. English Man- ed is here. One special line of Silk with
nish A O pleated front and Kuching, rt* 4 Q A
mixtures, in light and dark jrafJ W/l pink, white and light blue, jfc I I
greys, mixed, brown and
HOT .in A V HANDKERCHIEFS—
Buy now while the line is still complete. No disappointments to you
or your friends can come from our goods. They are positively correct,
and our prices the very lowest.
$1.35 Beautiful Snow QQ-
White Damasks UUu
$1.75 and $2 Nap-fl*| AO
kins, pure linen....oli*tU
H. S. Linen Scars A
and Squares Hot
Embroidered and Drawn
Squares, Scarfs, Mats,etc.,
and Renaissance, prices in
Just a few left after the win
ter’s selling—all white, white
and black, pearl, grey and plain
black. We’ve slashed the flfl
so that you get a S2O article for 01U1U U
Useful Presents For
Hand Embroidered Linen, in Lunch Sets
Centre Pieces with Mats to match,
Very Attractive Gifts in Our Hand Made
and Art Department.
These little gifts must be seen to.be appreciated.
Work Bags, Frames-
Buy your Ties, Hand
kerchiefs, etc,, here and
All Linen Handker- |f) ft
Handsome Ties 25c
Pretty Shirts soc
Fine Socks 25c
Oriental Art Squares.
9x9 feet, very handsome and
very heavy; makes an ideal and
everlasting floor covering. A
$15.00 value. Now of- OQ QQ
fered at wuiOd
HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS. An
One of the iargest invoices ever brought to Sa - M mIW
vannah. and so marked as to insure ready sale. * S
One special is a handsome Ladies’ Umbrella, silk covered, at ®
$2.50 White Quilts; Large
Size With Handsome Oj “IE
Fringe Oh I J
Laundry Bags; Shoe AC.
Bags, Pillow Tops,etc. Zull
$4.50 Marseilles Spreads;
Large Size, Heavy Jin
$3.00 Lace Net Ruffled Cur
lains; to close a line QQ_
we price them per pair DOC
The genuine Centemere and every
thing that’s good. From now till Xmas
we offer our $1.25 line of Suede, P. K.
and Kid Gloves guaranteed to fit per
fectly and wear exceptionally nn
well, at OIiUU
Wool Dress Goods.
Black and Colors. We offer an ex
ceptional leader of all Wool Che
viots, Batistes, Albatross, etc.,
plain shades and fan
cies, 60 to 75c values,
Velvets, etc., Real Laces, Silk
Hosiery, etc., For Gentlemen
desiring to buy for Ladies, we
sell you anything with the priv
ilege of exchanging at will.
Handkerchiefs Daintily Embroidered, or Lace
Real Lace Handkerchiefs of Valencies Duchess
and Point Lace,
Hand Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs, Every
Kind for Men, Women and Children.
All Holiday Handkerchiefs done up in Fancy
Suits, Coats and Waists,
Tn our line of Outer Garments we have made
Extreme Concessions in Prices for the Holiday
These Goods are Highly Tailored and only
made of the best material.
STORED AND DELIVERED