THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS: SATURDAY. OCTORER 15.1010
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Bittllt Garrttt Btkrr
Here is the latest and last word fin
Wherever people of refinement con
gregate, the field of entertainment and
utility of the Grafonola “Regent” is
practically unlimited—in the livihg room,
the music room, the library, and in the
rooms of clubs and lodges.
Genuine mahogany. Not a mere "concealed-horn M
graphophono but a completely concealed graphophone.
Sold by your dealer or
Columbia' Phonograph Co.
Cable Bnilding, 82-84 N. Broad St.
Horse Show Will Inaugurate Social Season in Atlanta
' A pleasant box party at th» Forsyth
xnatlne* Friday ta Honor of the Wom
an'. auxiliary to th. Atlanta Typo
graphical union wa# given by Mrs. Je
rome Jones, who ba* recently returned
from Minneapolis, where ahe attended
i ho International convention ae dele-
Kate from the local auxiliary.
: Those Included In the party were
Aire. Jerome Jons* Mrs. C. U Peacock,
Mrs. E. L. White. Mrs. J. W. Arm-
Stead. Mr*. Edward Jones. Mrs. N. H.
JtlrkPatrick. Mrs. Fred J. Terry. Mra
W. B. Correll. Mra R. L. Whltea
How To Have a Beautiful Yard.
If you want your yard gay with dain
ty, fragrant roses and other flower,
next eummer, they should be planted
this fall. Bend right away for our
little catalogue of Southern-grown
stock. It telb just what kinds of rosaa.
old-fashioned perennials, ornamental
shrubs, shade trees and fruit, ere but
for 8outhern garden. Writs for It to
day. It 1* tru. CHATTANOOGA
NURSERIES. Ml Missionary Ridge.
COWLES-H EARN E.
China Qrove, OoL 18—On Wednes
day morning at IS o’clock Mlu Dora
Louise Hearns and Mr. John Henry
Bust Ms were married at the borne of
Mr. mid Mra. W. J. Bwlnk. Mra. Hwlnk
being a sister of the bride.
Before the ceremony T Will Love
You Forever and Forever More,- by
>'airman, wu eung by Mlsa Cowlea
of Ftanklln. Tenn., and "The Crown
of Love." by Lohr, wu eung by Mr.
H. L* Horton, of Albemaria The wed
ding march wu played by Mr*. R. L.
Smith, of Albemaria
Mr. Cow lu eaterad tbe out parlor.
• fere the marriage vows were said,
accompanied by his brother. Dr. R, R.
I’owlea, as beet man. Tbe bride was
given away by her brother, W. J.
H • Ink. and little Calop Hwlnk, nephew
of the bride, wu tbe ring-bearer. Rev.
T. JL Cheatham, of the Episcopal
church, wu the officiating minister.
The couple left on the noon train fbr
points In wutern North Carolina and
Franklin. Tenn., where they will visit
the parents of the bridegroom.
The bride will be remembered by a
host of frlenda throughout North Caro
lina u having lived at Albemarle, but
for some time has made her home In
Atlanta. Tha bridegroom, Mr. Cowlea,
Is a native of Tennessee, but hu also
llvsd In Atlanta for some time, where
he holde the position of uelatant
Southern representative of the McMil
lan Company, of New Tork.
Tour cough annoy* you. Keep on
hacking and tearing th* delicate mem
brane* of your throat If you want to be
annoyed. But If you wont relief, want
to be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Sold by all dealers.
writes: “The Conover Pia
no—its tone is beautiful.”
CABLE PIANO CO.,
84 N. Broad-st.
WESLEY MEMORIAL AUXILIARY.
Th* Woman's auxiliary to th* Wes.
ley Memorial hospital will hold Its third
quarterly meeting In Phllathea hall.
Wesley Memorial ohureh, Wednesday.
October 1». at 10: M a. m.
A full attendaao* of officers Is abso
lutely necessary to perfect organisa
tion, and tbe hospital committee ap
pointed In each church' I* earnestly
requested to be present. Every wom
an Interested In th* welfare of th*
Wesley Memorial hospital Is cordially
Invited to attend and make th* session
a aucceu. Flans for th* future guid
ance of the organisation will be sub
mitted to th* body. Tbe trustees of the
hospital are anxious for the Immediate
and active co-operation of the womeii.
By order of th* first vice president.
MRS. JOHN A. MILLER.
What Andrew Jackson
Immediately after his brilliant victory over the
British at Chalmette in 1812, he went direct to the
French Market for a cup of the even then famoua
coffee. Then, this famous beverage could be had
nowhere else. Now you may serve* it daily at your
own table. For the old French Market blend is per
The Same Unique
Hygienic Roasting Process
“Thera 1* but one French Market flavor.” For a general, all-
around, satisfactory cud of coffee nothing can approach French
Market. It is shipped all over the country
in hermetically lasted tins to preserve th*
natural strength. At all grocers.
f New Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd.
New Orleans, La.
The Corset Should
Mr*. John Hill, en right, and Mrs. J. W. Morrow, Jr„ who will be among th* Atlanta women riding in th*
quadrille during the hers* shew. This Is en* of th* distinetiv* features of the horse show and will attract a large
and enthusiastic audience. Th* diamond trophy will be presented to th* beet rider, in th* opinion of th* judges,
as displayed in th* quadrille.
With the opening evening of th«
horse show, Tuesday, October IS. the
social aeaaon for the autumn and win
ter of 1(10 will begin In Atlanta Prac
tically all social events will be dated
during and after the horse show, which
will gain In brilliancy and Inturest
from the fact that it Is the flrat social
event after a long period nr rest and
recreation for society in this city. The
boxes have been taken by representa
tive people of the city and wilt be filled
with a fashionable company. The
debutantea will make their first really
formal and public appearance, and the
many visitors to be here will add to the
social Interest of th* occasion.
Buppsrs and Balls at th* Clubs.
The opening night of the horse show
wlll be followed by many supper par
ties and a ball afterward at the Pied
mont Driving olub.
The Horse Hhow association will en
tertain the fudges and a number of
prominent exhlblton and visitors, and
many people will form supper purties
for the oceaslon. Ths elub will be
elaborately decorated with the Insignia
of the horse show, and numerous flow
er, and palms.
On Wednesday evening, the aeeond
night of th* horse show, the Driving
club will again be a brilliant scene after
the performances on the tanbark. Mr.
James 11. Nunnally and Mrs. Nunnally
will-entertain a supper party In honor
of aaveral prominent visitors, their
guests to Include a number of Atlanta
people besides the visitors. Mr. Brooks
Morgan will enterluln a largo party of
frlenda at supper. Mr. John K. Ottley
end Mrs. Ottlsy will also entertain a
supper party, and there will-be many
AI I lie Capital City elub on Friday
evening there will be a dance after the
•upper parties of the evening. Each
evening of thu holt* show table d'hote
eupper will be served at th* Capital
Ity club for th* member* of the club
id their friend*.
Box Holder* for th* Here* Show.
The following well-known people ni l
have box** for th* home show anil will
entertain parties each evening:
Box 1, H. L. Collier: 4. W. G. Raoul;
7, R. E. Miller; », Hon. James R. Gray;
g c. K. Caverly; 10. Dr. Willis West
moreland: 11, E. T. Brown: IS. Frank
C. Callaway and Judge P. H. Adams;
15. J. K. ottley: 17. Judges; II. W. L.
Peal: II. L. P. Smith; SO. Joseph
Brown Connally; SI. E- T. Pace; S., J.
R. Burnett. Jr.; SS. A. J. Ryan; 34. Dr.
E. U Connally; 55. H. 8. Johnson. Jr
and Vaughn Nixon; 31. IV. II. Kiser and
P. H. Arkwright; 37. J. M. Flynn; SS.
E. IV. Alfrlend; 3*. Eugene \. Haynes;
30 II K. Dillon; S3. John W. Grant; S3,
F L Seely: 34. Mayor Robert E. Mnd-
dox; S5 Judge John 8. Candler; 30. J.
T. William* and Dr. W. J. Blalock; 3,.
Cnionsi VanOradale and Colonel Ter
rell. Boxea 3. I. 4. I. II. It and II are
held by different ones for single per
formance* . .
Box I, Clark Howell, Jr.; 10. J. F.
Among the well-known men who will
be here are Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt and
Mr. Paul Borg, of New- York; Mr. Law.
rence Tyson, of Nashville; Mr. Law
rence Jones, of Louisville; Mr. A. J.
Carroll, of Louisville: Mr. and Mrs.
Matt Akers and Mr. and Mra. Culbert
son, of Louisville.
The visitors from Fort Oglethorpe
will add 'to th* social pleasure of the
horse show- as well ax to the sporting
Interest. General and Mrs. Mills will
have as their guest their son. Lieuten
ant Chester Mills, and Captain and
Mrs. I.. M. Nuttnian will have with
them Captain Langhorne. Captain Guy
Cushman will also be a prominent army
Th* Quadrille and Trophy Contest.
One of the most Interesting features
of the horse ehow this year will be the
quadrille, led by Lieutenant Emil Laur-
son. In which the following will take
part: Mrs. John IIIll, Mrs. James Mor
row, Mrs. Frank Stewart. Mlsa Eleanor
Raoul, Mlsa Mao' Allgood Jones. Mias
May Atklnann. Mlsa Llillnn Akin, Mine
Josephine Mobley Miss Mabel Drake.
Messrs. Lamar Hill. Frank Stewart.
Ralph Ragan. Charles Cox. Samuel
Slleer.- Paul Vose. Lieutenants Chea
ter Mills and Haslchurat, of Fort Ogle
The diamond trophy will be given to
the best rider In the quadrille. Th# pin
Is now held by Miss Eleanor Raoul, who
won H last yrsr 4 and who la noted as
one of the finest women riders-of th#
Supper Partite at Driving Club. -
Among those who hive engaged ta
bles at the Piedmont Driving elub for
the opening night of the hors* ehow,
Tuesday evening, are the following:
Mr. F. M. Inman, eight guests: Mr. \V.
A. Speer, six guests; Mr. Edward T.
Brown, six guests; Mr. Clarence Hav-
erly and Mr. Stewart Boyd, four: Mr.
\\*. T. Gentry, six guests; Dr. Willis
Westmoreland, ten guests; Captain
James W. English, four; Mr. J. K. Ott
ley, six guests: Mr. H. 8. Johnson. Jr.,
four guesta: Mr. John E. Murphy, ten
guesta; Mr. Preston Arkwright, six
guests; Mr. Joseph Brown Connally
and Mr. Jack Cohen, six guests; Mr.
W. M. Stearns, seven: Mr. J. R. Mill
er. six; Mr. R. J. Lowry, ten guests;
Mr. E. H. Inman, eight: Mr. J. Frank
Meador and Mr. J. D. Rhodes, four
guests: Mr. R. L. Cooney, six; Captain
L. M. Nutfman. six: Messrs. Wlnship
Nunnally. P. H. Oambrell. Ernest ott
ley and Edward Alfrlend, a party of
eight; Mr. C. E. Ceverly, four; Mr. P.
C. Shaw, four guests; Mr. Georgs Mr.
Kenslc, a party of six guests, and oth
On Wednesday evening Mr. James
H. Nunnally will have twenty guests.
Mr. Brooks Morgan will have a large
party and Mr. John E. Murphy will
have • party of ten or twelve covers,
Tha Judges and axhlbitora will Ik
among Mr. Nunnally*! guests. Each
night of the horse show supper psrtles
will be served at ths Driving elub and
at the Capital City- elub.
Army Officers Coming.
Atlanta's horse show will not be
grated by the officers of th* Seven
teenth infantry as the sole representa
tive* of the army, for a large delega
tion from the Eleventh cavalry, sta
tioned at Fort Oglehtorpe, will attend
th* festivities. Lieutenant c. P. Mills
and ths drill squad are expected tu ar
rive Saturday night, while the rest of
th# party will probably arrive a little
later. Those who have written to Lieu
tenant E. P. Laursen and told him they
were coming are Captain and Mr* Guy
Cushman, Lieutenant and Mra. James
E. Shelley. Lieutenant and Mrs. W. H.
Hell, Captain Georg* Vldman, Captain
George T. I-anghorn* and Lieutenants
M, W. Rowell, F. P. Ames. 8. C. Rey
nolds, D. A. Robinson. R. H. Klmlisll,
H. A. Ktling. IV G. Mead and C. P.
MISS SPALDING TO
ENTERTAIN MISS CAVERLY
Miss Buxnnnc Spalding will he among
those entertaining for Mis* Annie Cav
V i a. . a IIITIIIUKT m U* IIYI IHIU»r liUlf I uwuai
erly. her party to be on event of early, a f, rrBonn „ „„ informal bridge party
The pleasant purgative effect expe-
rleneed by all who use Chamberlain's
Stomach and l.lvcr Tablets, and tbe
??• 5' 1 -• ' o.'e—-■ j| w L healthy condition of the body and mind
- ’ - ' ■' which they create, makes one feel Joy-
ful. Sold by all dealer*
MR. AND MRS. GATELY
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
In honor of Mra. Holt, of New Tork,
the guest of Mra. Hugh Wlllet. .Mr. and
Mrs. Charles !.. (lately entertained at
un Inforpial dinner party Friday even-
The table was beautiful with He ap
pointment* of cut glass and silver anti
decorations of Iji France rose*. Shade*
of pink ellk topped the «llver candle
stick* placed on (he tattle, and tltv
minor aceeaaorle* wen- In pink. Cover*
were laid for ten guest*.
Ml*. Holt was gownetl for the even
ing In black lace over white satin.
Mr*, (lately wore a handsome Im
ported dinner gown of white satin em
broidered In gold and vetted with blue
At a delightful luncheon yesterday,
Mr*. John Jones explained the secret;
of her perfectly seasoned dishes and]
gave the credit to Rcdsnapper Sauce.
INSIST ON KRYPTONS
In liming bifocal*, the moat comfort
able and dressy eyeglasses made. John
Moore A Sons make them. (Pru
dential) Grant building. 43 N. Broad-st.
Lowry; 30, Mra. Allen ■ ft
Lula lain#; 33. Alfred Gwynne Vender
blit; 23. Mrs. Richard Tiufker Lowndes;
34, J. H. Nunnally; 35, T, B. Paine; -4,
F. M. Inman; 37, A. Thornton; 25. U.
H McCullough; 3». Marlon Smith; 3d.
John Hill; 31. II. M. Atkinson: 32.
Iluxli Richardson; 33, Lieutenant I>r>*-
dnle: 14 Major O. W. Martin; 34. Lieu-
tenant Emit taiurson: 17. General A. L.
Mill*. 38 officer* United Stnte* army.
Boxes 1. '2. 3. 4, 5. 4. 7. 4. It, 14. 15 and
35 are held for single performance*
Woman in tha Horaa Show.
Apart from representing a most In
teresting and brilliant part of the horse
ehow audience*. Atlanta women and
visitor! will, aa riders and exhibitors,
add much «« the Interest of the pro
grams presented each evening during
tbe horss show. Among Atlanta young >
women Who Wll vide are Miss < hailr*
Owen* who will ride Mr. D. N. Mn ul.
lough * horses; Mis. J. Morrow, who
rides her horse. “Fancy Girl: Ml**
Eleanor Raoul, who will ride li*r home;
Ml** Mari' Allgood Jonee will ride Sir.
John K. Ottley'* home: Ml** Harriet
McCullough Will ride her pony “Jo
sephine." The spirited horses of Mr.
W K Vanderbilt and Mr. Paul Borg
will be driven. In the harness contest*,
by young women.
Among the Interesting women vis
itors who will exhibit their home* and
will add to the eoclal side of the horse
show bv their presence will be Mra.
Allan Pott*, of Virginia: Mr*. Richard
Tasker Lowndes, of Kentucky; Mis*
Lula Long. ■»( Kan»a* City, and Mr*.
Julius Walsh, of St Imui* and New
York. In addition to these many vis.
Hors who will only take part In the
social ride of the show will be l-ere. and
■till b< cnlcrtalmd during tbe week of
MISS HINTON TO ENTERTAIN
INFORMAL BRIDGE PARTY
Miss Fanny Hinton will entertain the
members of her bridge club Tuesdav
to meet her house guest. Miss Evelyn
Wilson, of Anniston. Ala., and Mis*
Ridley's guest. Miss Genie Hood, of
The young wunten of th# bridge club
Special Reduced Price, $3.40
Corsets $1 to $5
Up to $12.50
It is unadvisable for a woman
to wear a corset that is too heavy.
Corsetieres know better nowa
days, than to put a heavy corset
on a full figure. There are spe
cial models made for them.
The above cut shows a model
made for a full figure.
Any Figure Can Be
Fall Weddings .,...
Our samples of Wedding Stationery represent toe very
latest shapes and forms that have been approved by refined
and fashionable society.
We do not follow—we LEAD in tne production of artis
tic effects with fine material. Our prices are low and our
work unsurpassed. Samples, with our new “Wedding Code”
book, will oe sent free upon request
J. P. STEVENS ENORAVING CO.
47 Whitehall Street Atlanta, Georgia
The Simpler Gifts
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Dishes in Silver.
Tlie practical usefulness
of such Rifts combines with
the beauty of them to make
most appropriate presents.
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47 Whitehall Street
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SWISS CLOCK CO.,
ftS Barclay Str««», Niw York C'ty#
SOID BY DRUGGISTS EVERYMHERF
f OVING cups and trophies.
^ Beautiful line in silver;
all the different designs, in
small, medium and large
Sec our window of these
Charles W. Crankshaw
Atlanta National Bank Building
who will be Mia* Hlnton'a guest* are
Mia* Muriel Halt. Mlsa Edith Watts,
Mlsa Margaret Nutting. Mlsa Laura
Wyatt. Mlsa Marguerite Reek. Mis*
Claire Ridley and Mr*, t- W. Robert*.
MISS CAMP ENTERTAINS.
A pleaeant party of Saturday morn
or wa» the domino party given by
Site* Mary Camp In honor of Mia* Bar.
nice Cox. a brlde-elert of the aeaaon.
The living room war decorated In
quantities of ferns, while In the parlor
vase* of pink roae* were prettily ar
ranged. In the dining room gnldenrod
was used a* decoration.
A pretty souvenir wna given for top
•core, and the guest of honor was pre
sented with a hand-emhroldered belt.
Delirious refreshments were served at
the clone of the game.
311s* Camp received her guest* wear.
Ing a becoming gown of lavender mull,
Mlsa Cox wore pink silk, draped with
black marquisette, and a large black
hat trimmed with willow plume*.
Mlsa Nellie Camp, who assisted In
entertaining, wore a white lingerie
gown, and 3llaa Kate Johnston, who
also assisted, wore lavender silk.
1AATRON8 DANCING CLASS.
The Matrons Dancing class la prov
ing to be moat Interesting nnd Is large
ly attended by young mutrons of the
city. The class meet* on Tuesdays and
Friday* at 10:30 o'clock In the morn
ing, Hi* beginners twice a week and
th* more advanced members of the
clas* once a week. MU* Lillian Viola
Mosely |* the director of these classes
which meet at Hegadlo's hpll. and will
continue thru the winter aeaaon.
MISS PEN^LOPFCLARK’S PARTY.
Among the delightful event* of the
week In honor of Ml** Helen William
son, whose marriage to Mr. Ernest G.
Beaudry take* place Saturday evening,
wna the bridge supper at which Mlsa
Penelope Clark entertained on Thurs
The guesta played bridge for pretty
prises, Mr. Clarence Corwin winning
the gentlemen'! flrat prise, a new- book,
and 3lrs. Corwin the ladle*' flrat prise,
a Christie picture. The guest prize was
a heart-shaped picture.
The decorations, were red rone*, with
all detail* In red, and the cake* and
Ices heart-slut tied. The centerpiece for
tbe table wna of the red rosea, nnd
the Oliver candle shade* were lipped
with red silk shades.
Jllss Clark wan gowned In pink satin,
lace trimmed, and 3IU* Williamson
wore a most Irecomlng evening toilet
of cafe au lait erepe de chine.
FOR MRS. JONES. ■*» .... ... .»•••.
A pleasant partv of the week waa with reference* from your own locality
that given on Wednesday by Mr*. John j If requested. Immediate relief and per-
Mell In honor of Mr*. Horace Jones.| manent cure assured. Bend no money,
who he* recently returned home from! but tell others of this offer. Write to-
Kuropc. I day to 3frs. M. Summers. Box P, Notre
The first prise, a hand-painted plate. Dam*. Ind.
wag won by Mra. Glover Elfe; the con
solation, a deck of card*, by Mrs, D. H.
Farrell, and the guest of honor wa*
presented with a lace Jabot. Refresh
ment* were served during th# after
On next Wednesday afternoon Mra.
31*11 will entertain at th* aeeond In th*
series of parties at which she Is en
LADIES MEMORllAL ASSOCIATION.
The Ladle* Memorial association
will attend In a body the memorial ex
ercise* of Camp 154, United Confeder
ate Veterans, to be held at the First
Presbyterian church on Sundry even
ing at 7:45 o'clock.
3IR8. W. D. ELLIS. President.
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NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, Itcldng.
blind or protruding Plies, send me your
address, and I will tell you how- to cure
yourself at home by the new absorp-
■ lon treatment; and wilt also send some
of this home tregtma.it free for trial.