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TO ENTERTAIN MISS GOLDBERG.
(Continued from Opposite Page.)
ish Women, traveling from place to
j.laoe to establish these branches of the
senior organization. She will address
the Junior section of the Savannah
Council Tuesday morning at 12:30
o'clock in the Chapel, and all the
young Jewish girls in the city are es
pecially asked to attend, as are all
Tuesday afternoon, a general public
reception in honor of Miss Goldberg
will be given at the Harmonie Club
bv the Council of Jewish Women. This
will close the programme arranged for
her visit, as she leaves the city that
Invitations to take part in the exer
cises connected with Miss Goldberg's
stay in Savannah, have been extended
to the other Jewish societies of the
city, the Rose of Zion and the Ladies'
Hebrew Benevolent Association.
TEA AT THE GOLE CLUB,
Yesterday afternoon was a charming
one at the Golf Club, the clear weather
after the rain of the morning making
the links most inviting. Mrs. Malloch
was hostess at the tea, and had ar
ranged the club house most beautifully,
with palms placed about the room,
flowers on the tea table and a pretty
grouping of plants on the mantel and
small tables. An open Are burned in
the fireplace, and the mantel above
was filled with small palms, garlands
of hothouse smilax being draped about
the mantel shelf. Flowering pink be
gonias adorned the small tables
through the room, and on the long
mission table, from which the tea is
served, stood a vase of La France
roses. Owing to the fact of a large
entertainment in town, attendance at
the tea was rather slim, only a few
guests being out to enjoy the after
Mrs. Malloch was assisted by Miss
Brown, and among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew Cunningham,
Miss Woodbridge, Mrs. Hay, Mrs.
Charles W. Saussy, Miss Ashley, Miss
Margaret Cosens, Mrs. George Inglesby,
Mr. Noble „ Hardee, Mr. Kennedy
Owen. Mr. Alonzo Sybrandt, Mr. Allan
Bond, Mr. Rich, Mr. John Hammond,
Mr. Canon and Mr. Strobhar.
Considerable Interest is being shown
in the Golf Club this year. The links
are in perfect condition and the en
tire course has been much improved.
Mr. Hucknall, the professional player
engaged by the club last season, is
again in charge this year, giving les-
Beautiful and Appropriate
Suitable for all can be easily selected from the Truly Magnificent Assortment tobe found at
We call special attention to the
Elegant Line of China Closets
which we are now displaying which
includes over 25 different patterns
to select from. Don’t fail to see
the line before buying. The prices
will surprise you.
Special Handsome Golden,— , -
Oak Closet with bent glass 17 Zf|
ends; exceptionally neat I,q ZIM
design; great value IU. 7U
Dining Tables, Chairs and Buffets;
Large Assortment; See Them.
Here is our strong
point. We are chow
ing hundreds of fancy
# Rockers in Rattan and
all the woods and fln
dVi/ lshes. Our offers are
simply wonderful. Spe
clals: Beautiful Rat
tan Rocker, has large
and full roll arms and
back; special value
Golden Finished Saddle
yjj IJ Seat Rocker, nice de-
UJ sign, great value
Complete Line. Roll
Top, Flat Top and
Standing Desks. Re
volving Office Chairs.
Chairs, and Stools. All
et Greatly Reduced
CAD TUC I ITTI P AMCC Great assortment of Rockers and High Chairs. Rockers in Rattan and
* yJiv / fIL LI I I LC, UIbLD, Wood from 49c up. High Chairs from 98c up.
SEE THE COMBINATION CHAIR AND PUSH CART.
\A//\nrLyyful Inrlu/omonfc rtn Bed Room Suits < Par,or Suits ' ° dd Pieces > Par,or Cabinets, Music
wonaenui inaUCCmenTS OR Stands, Shaving Stands, Pictures, Mirrors, Etc.
SEE US AND GET THE PRICES.
mr oxi a hh,
I’Voro Now to Dee. >
sons to beginners or those who wish
to improve their form, and often mak
ing a round of the links with ambi
The Saturday afternoon teas have
been arranged some time ahead, all
the December Saturdays having been
reserved, and one in January. Miss
Eliza Lamar Hull will be the hostess
this week. A week from Saturday,
Christmas Eve, there will be no tea,
but Dec. 31 tea will be served by Miss
Phoebe Elliott and Miss Lola Moy
nelo. Mrs. Mayhew Cunningham and
Miss Woodbridge will give the first
January tea, on Jan. 7.
CHRISTIAN CHIRCH BAZAAR.
The ladies of the Christian Church
will have a bazaar and sale of fancy
work in the parlors of the church, en
trance on Howard street, on Thursday
and Friday afternoon and evening, Dec.
15 and 16. Quite a number of fancy ar
ticles will be on sale, suitable for
Christmas presents. Avery attractive
feature for the children will be a table
of dolls, candy and toys, presided over
by the little misses of the Junior En
Mr. Robert Paul Constantine, form
erly of Savannah, and Miss Adelaide
Catherine Allan of Brooklyn were
quietly married at St. John's chapel
of the Cathedral of the Immaculate
Conception in Brooklyn on Nov. 23.
After the ceremony, a wedding break
fast was served at the home of Mr.
George A. Allan, a brother of the
bride. The couple will reside at No.
369 Carlton avenue, Brooklyn.
CORNELL GLEE CLUB’S VISIT.
Event Will He An Interesting One
No event at the beginning of the
New Year will be more generally in
teresting than the visit of the Cornell
Glee Club. The concert is to be given
at the Theater on the evening of Jan
uary 3, and, though it is hoped that
the members of the club will arrive
that morning, it Is not known exactly
at what hour they will reach the city,
which makes plans for their entertain
ment rather uncertain.
The patronesses of the concert will
be Mrs. W. W. Gordon, Mrs. T. M.
Cunningham, Mrs. Lawton, Mrs. Henry
McAlpin, Mrs. James H. Hunter, Mrs.
Meldrim, Mrs. W. R. Doores, Mrs. Sav
age Lynah, Mrs. Ormonde B. Strong.
the Largest Furniture and Carpet Store in the
City. China Closets, etc., for the Mothers;
Elegant and Luxurious Chairs, etc., for the
Fathers, and Rockers, High Chairs, etc., for
the little ones. Sweethearts and others are
not forgotten. We can please all and save
you money. SEE US.
Large Assortment in Leather; Pan
tisote, Veronas, Velours, Etc., in
Special: Handsome Couch-- _
Upholstered in Leatherette; 01L fly
Strong construction; won- .Vd V.IA
derful value wU.UU
MgflKro We are showing a
most Elegant Assort
ment In this line and
1 invite your Inspection
and comparison of
f values. Special: Gold
en Oak Hat Rack, nice
|TB"| design, quartered and
lOthers Up to $60.00.
N. W. COR. BROUGHTON AND JEFFERSON STS.
Brass 0 Iron Beds.
We are displaying a
“P magnificent line of
qttrj IfiMl these goods and our
if I <333 <4 UW Ml VII, prices are far below
2 V ' ’>- anything in the City.
4 Get prices. SPECIAL;
S? I tIT I ’LivttN handsome Solid Brass
l 1 Bed, has 2-inch posts
i V < -- 1,1 ■ -rf and massive Vases, a
r—-\ ---■T'' "-fl N* ~l~* most beautifully de
,| | J j i f-J signed article; extra
•J. I . *'" ' In' ’j I special
:1 ’ Ml Tw the other Brass
T~inri,jf It 1 ' "J Beds up to $75. 00.
y -a*—“ Guaranteed National
, Springs. This week
“'■'Witt Large Assortment of
tZqma these to select from.
Special: Elegant Case,
highly polished mahog
Others Up to $75.00.
Great Line of these to
select from. Special:
Swell Chiffonier, Gold
en Oak. niecly polished,
has French Plate Mir
ror In Top,
Others Up to $45.00.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
Mrs. Paschal N. Strong, Mrs. Samuel
LaMartine Varnedoe, and Mrs. J. F. C.
Myers. The programme will be attrac
tively gotten up, so as to form a pretty
souvenir of the event.
The alumni committee In charge of
the affair is composed of Mr. Gordon
iussy, Capt. William R. Doores. Mr.
James Lynah. Mr. Savage H. Lynah.
Mr. Horace Mack, 2d., Mr. Ormonde
B. Strong, Mr. G. A. Gregory and Mr.
Paschal N. Strong.
A dance will be given In the De Soto
diningroom after the concert, and for
this invitations will be sent out. The
room will be decorated in the Cornell
colors. Judge and Mrs. Henry
McAlpin will give an afternoon
reception for the visitors. Other
entertainments in their honor will de
pend upon the hour of their arrival in
THE SHAPESPERE CLI’B.
The Shakespere Club will meet to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Raymond M. Dernere.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Julia McLeod Chapter of the King’s
Daughters will be held to-morrow aft
ernoon at 4 o’clock in the Sunday
school building of the Independent
Presbyterian Church. All members are
requested to be in attendance as this
meeting is one of importance. The
nomination of officers for the January
election and other matters will be
brought before the chapter.
The Children of the Confederacy will
meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
A full attendance is urged.
WOMAN’S CLLB ANNOUNCEMENTS.
The Russian Class of the Woman’s
Club will meet to-morrow afternoon at
the club rooms, promptly at 4 o’clock.
SOCIETY PERSONALS AND EVENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Baldwin will
give a cotillion for Mr. George J.
Baldwin, Jr., on the evening of Jan.
2. It will be a debutante entertain
ment, and the invitations will be con
fined to the younger dancing set.
Mrs. Barton S. Wise and Miss Nell
Wise are expected in the city to-day.
They will spend the rest of the winter
with Mrs. Thomas Wayne.
Miss Mary Clay and Miss Crovatt,
of Brunswick, arrived yesterday after-
Another Shipment of these Famous
Values just received; get fl 7
In early on them. Special /M
noon to visit Mrs. J. M. Lang for sev
Mr. Haldeman Finn!*, who is attend
ing Lehigh University, will spend the
Christmas holidays In Savannah.
Mr. George J. Baldwin has returned
from the North.
Mrs. R. M. Snead, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. R. S. Clog
horn in the Meadows, has returned to
Athens. Mrs. Snead will go North
later to spend the winter In Philadel
Mr. J. W. Schley has returned from
a visit to Brunswick.
The Misses Eunice and Gladys Lipp
man have sent out invitations for a
cotillion. Wednesday evening. Dee. 28,
at 9 o’clock, at their residence, 126
Gaston street, east.
Savannah friends of Mr. Henry Rich
MoLean are Interested In his approach
ing marriage to Miss Heard Scandrett
of Macon. No cards will be sent out
for the wedding, which will be a quiet
home affair, January 5. Mr. MoLean
is secretary of the G. F. A. of the Cen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maxwell have
returned home on East Bolton
Street, after a visit to relatives in
Miss Wrenn of Bridgeport, Conn., is
expected in Savannah during the
Christmas holidays to visit Miss Lo
Cards have been received in the city
from Mrs. Newell Lewis Cook announc
ing the marriage of her daughter, Bar
bara Eliza, to Mr. Harry Theodore
McQuade, Thursday, December 8, in
Miss Mary Kehoe is visiting Miss
Marguerite Hines in Washington, Go.
Rev. O. H. Huntingdon and Rev. S.
C. Hughson, of the Order of the Holy
Cross, will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Rees, at 219 Waldburg
Street, East, during their stay in the
Miss Elsie L. Ely, who Is In the
freshman class at Smith College, will
be home for the Christmas holidays.
Mr. Max Glaser of New York Is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. R. Getz.
Miss Hilda Hoffiln of Columbus will
Such articles as will make home
coming of the tired business man
a happy event and give him that
•'Stay-at-Home” feeling, can be
found here. See the Elegant Mor
ris Chairs; Handsome Leather Tur
kish Rockers. Massive Rockers in
Leather, Including the Mission
Designs in Spanish Leather. All
at Special Prices.
Special. A few more left of those
Elegant Massive Mission
Rockers; Richly Finished; 0 flO
Upholstered; Spring Seat; Alla
Spanish Leather Effects ..UiUU
gf.O Patterns to Select
from. This Is one of
the largest assortments
in the South. Every
one a special and
marked at exceptlonal
t'hem. SPECIAL: We
offer an Elegant Side
Board of handsome de
sign, in Selected Gold
en Flaked Quartered
Oak. Piano Finish,
Buffet Effect; usual
Others Up to $125.00
Ladies' Desks. qt/f&B
No Lady’s Outfit com
plete without the addl
tlon of one of these
most useful articles,
and nothing more ap- pSrj'r " ''’’‘TTf
propriate for a Christ- |H ji •' -** I
mas gift. See our line.
SPECIAL: Golden Oak I U
Ladies’ Desk, neatly I B
designed, well con- I B
structed and splendid- jj //
ly finished | II
$5.98 I J
GOO DM IMKiJHAJt
ri) NOW NTORED
AM p| Jt VOI R IN
The Ladies’ Favorite Store.
OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
?- P ™ LA *f AIIE OF SU( n ftREAT MAGNITUDE THIS WEEK THAT YOU SHOULD TAKE AD
<>F THE OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR SEASON'S WANTS. NO STORE IN
OFFEBEI) EQUAL inducements, and even we would be slow to
, €H A keyless cut in prices were it not for the unprecedented suc-
£ E kkTHAT V\ E HAVE HAD IN OUR EARLY SEASON’S SALES, AND AT THIS STAGE OF
E ARE READY TO SACRIFICE PROFITS AND MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP OF
ALL SEASONABLE GOODS.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS
.100 of them, perfect tit tinpr, well made, in heat and newest styles. Materials are such as are now In
vogue. We have them in black and colors,and are now offered at about half price.
$15.00 SUITS $22.50 SUITS $30.00 SUITS
at $8 49 at $11.98 at $16.50
NEW WALKING SKIRTS. " NEW SniRT WAISTS.
Our values never equaled. Yet for this sale French Flannel, Batiste, Mohair, and Silk,
we cut still deeper. The best ever offered.
♦5.00 SKIRTS cut to $3.19 $1.25 WAISTS cut to 980
0.50 SKIRTS cut to 3.98 4.00 WAISTS cut to $2.19
8.50 SKIRTS cut to 5.49 6.50 WAISTS out to 3.98
LADIES’ JACKETS. NEW SWEATERS.
Our $ 8.50 value cut to $5.98 Ladies’ $3.50 value cut to $2.69
Our 12.00 value cut to 8.49 Children’s $1.50 quality cut to 98c
CHILDREN’S COATS. CHILDREN’S FUR SETS.
We have an unusually strong line O/l QQ Any kind you could possibly wish in 00
and have cut the $7.50 value to OtiuO for ....69c 10 lUiUU
SATINE UNDERSKIRTS. LADIES’ FTIRS
Well made, nice quality, black, black and At prices less than one-half of what von are
white, and fancies; quality worth i|Qn charged for them elsewhere—s7.so (DA 00
75c, at Tull value at CpT’iuU
OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Bear the same stamp of attractiveness that our other goods possess, choice and select lines that are
sold at our well-known low prices.
T We have got any kind you want. French Jointed Dolls
LIULLo pdr d ra ne XSSrr*:. ,l ’°. Kld n .~ i ; v . and °" r 2sc to $15.00
CHINA SETS S ,a rla N l Z , ,fan a pr™e t ,°. bc . h, “! e, ” wh " e ' A " of,> " row “ 25c to $5.00
ART METAL NOVELTIES ‘ ORMOLU GOLD,”
pleated with pure gold, and recommended for quality and durability. We have an excellent variety
at low prices.
CLOCKS, INK STANDS, FLOWER VASES, THERMOMETERS, SHAVING MIRRORS PnOTO
FRAMES, PAPER CUTTERS, POWDER BOXES, COLLAR BUTTON BOXES, SOUVENIR AND
LOVING CUPS. We also have LEATHER COLLAR AND CUFF CASES, JAPANED GLOVE
AND HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, WORK BOXES, CIGAR OASES, GAME COUNTERS, PEARL
HANDLE PENHOLDERS, NAIL FILES AND PAPER PUTTERS, AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS-LET US SUGGEST
UMBRELLAS, LIN FA TABLE SET. TAP. TABLE COVERS, LACE COLLARS.
GOLF GLOVES, DRAWN WORK LINENS, RI GS ART SQUARES, LEATHER HAND B\GS
KID GLOVES, HEMSTITCHED LINENS, WOOL BLANKETS, FANCY COMBS
SUSPENDERS, TENERIFE LINENS, COMFORTABLES, EVENING FANS
HANDKERCHIEFS, KMB’D SCARFS, MARSEILLES SPREADS IWKKT BOOKS
HOSIERY, LAMBREQUINS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK MUFFLERS. '
LADIES’ SHOPPING BAGS. LADIES’ HANDKERCHIEFS.
Carriage, Envelope and Buggy Bags. 0| 4Q White emb’d sheer linen, H. Sand
Our $2.50 values, special at OIiTJ scalloped edge; quality worth 39c at ... /DC
HEMSTITCHED LINENS. BEST LINEN TOWELS.
Scarfs, Squares, Lunch Cloths and QQ r Hemstitched and plain Huck; also knot- #)C
Runners; $1.50 value at JUb ted fringed Damask; 40c value at /DC
EIDERDOWN COMFORTABLES. OA Qft No. 2611 ENGLISH NAINSOOK Ai pfl
Large size; all new goods; 7.50 value UTiiJU 12-yard pieces, $2.00 quality at OliDu
CALIFORNIA WOOL BLANKETS. O A AQ HEAVY CANTON FLANNEL in
11-4, fine quality, $6.00 value at OTiH-JI The usual 12 l-2c quality cut to |(JC
SMYRNA RUGS, Reversible, the best |Q Oft BERT QUALITY PERCALES in
quality, 7-6xlo-0 feet, worth $25.00 at ... 10. UU o ur 12 l-2c quality, this week cut to ... lUC
FINE LACE CURTAINS. C9QQ DARK DRESS GINGHAMS. in
The desirable kind, $5.00 value cut to OJiUu Our regular 12 l-2c goods, cut to
NEW PORTIERES. AQ EIDERDOWN FLANNELS. t) r-
Aof our 16 00 value cut to UW.HD All the choice colors, cut to 25C
MEN’S SILK CLUB, AND FOUR IN-HAND TIES, at 12 1.2 c, 15c, 25c and . - )0r
SILK WINDSOR TIES, all colors, 25c. TEOK SCARFS worth 75c at ’ •*..
MEN’S ALL LINEN COLLARS, 12 l-2c. MEN’S CUFFS, all shapes 15c and 39c
LADIES’ AND GENTS’ INITIAL HDKFS, 0 in a box, fine quality * „
REAL LACE HDKFS, SI.OO to $5.00. EMB’D HDKFS, all prices 12 1-2 cto ‘> 50
CHILDREN’S HANDKERCHIEFS, white and colored border, with initials, box •>*,.
LADIES’ LEATHER BAGS, 25c to $8.50. BLACK SILK HOSIERY ‘flOO to 1*75
LADIES’ AND MEN’S UMBRELLAS, choice variety .. . ' 98 c to $9 00
IN THE HOLIDAY RUSH
IT IS \\ ELL TO REMEMBER THAT WE ARE THE BEST HOUSE IN TOWN ON SILKS AND
DRESS GOODS, SO IF YOU SUPPLY YOtR WANTS HERE NOW. YOU WILL H\VE NO r£
GRETS AFTERWARDS. WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS AH REPRESENTED. WE ONLY
KELL RELIABLE GOODS, AND YOU RUN NO RISK OF DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN YOU
TRADE AT ECKSTEIN’S. lUU
OUR PRICES UNMATCHABLET
OUR SERVICE THE BEST.
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN 6 GO..
arrive next week to visit the Misses
Bessie and Regina Krauss.
Mr. Rudolph Schroeder and Mr.
Henry Strohsohl of New Jersey are In
the city, after a trip through Florida.
They will sail to-morrow morning on
the Atlanta for New York.
Mr. L. B. Stern of Richmond will re
turn home to-day, after a visit of sev
eral days In the city.
Miss Mary Lane Davis, of Waycross,
is expected In Savannah to spend the
Christmas holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Charles Mason Chandler.
Mrs. Charles Neville, of Btlllmore,
who has been a guest of her sister,
Mrs. Charles Mason Chandler, for the
last several days, will leave to-night
Mr. Ernest K Davts, who has been
In Baltimore for several months, Is ex
pected home within a few days.
Mr. R A Relnsy and part/, of Haw
York, will arrive to-day. Mr. Rainey
will spend the winter months la Ms
A great deal may be said about the
new belts, for they form an essential
part of the costume.
In the beginning It must be stated
that they are divided Into several
classes. No longer Is a belt a belt.
It Is sometimes a girdle. Again It la
a stomacher. Again a belt Is so
fashioned that It forma a wide back
making a postilion effect; and It la so
cut that It la deep enough to dispense
with the skirt waist. With a deep
position belt, and a handsome deep
stock, one can put on one’* winter
Etpn coat and be very presentable.
There Is one pretty belt more In the
form of a girdle, and made of liber
ty satin. It is smooth and wide and
Is laid in folds. It is vsry deep, com
ing almost up under the arms. It is
snug and it is put togsther without
visible fastening. There la neither
and ATI KAcrriVK OIFTK
For Ladles now on sale
LADIKM’ HAIR DItKMMNU FAKJjOH
4S Bull Mteeet
hook nor eye and there is no buckle
nor button of any kind.
Such a girdle Is best made over a
crinoline foundation. But you can do
very nicely by taking three yards of
Liberty satin ribbon four Inches wide. •
To make your girdle pin one end of
the ribbon in the front fastening It
securely. Now begin and wind the
ribbon tightly around your walat,
gradually increasing the width of the
girdle. Finally pin the loose end
tightly and Invisibly with tiny pins.
MtKIVII INVALIDS COM FOB TABLE.
Kew people except trained nurses
know that a restless patient la made
much more comfortable if the rornera
of the under sheet are carefully pinned
to the under side of the mattress with
safety pins. Draw the sheet tight and
pin It securely. It will be a relief to
you and the Buffering patient.
NOW THKI ALL YAWN.
"Strange tent It. the subtle power
of suggestion," remarked a Null street
merchant "A short while sines (he
representative of a brother merchant
left a calendar In the store. As eal
sndsr shews the picture sf a little girl
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