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Society si nor or in mru. ( ., i.f rlf .M wst ttrfc In () h,4i ,f IM tlifM iSii, th 'M n mi of . If. fhfiHh fan" V.t .f h'lf, ll f tit bar (if o, rt..,hr At r .i .., A r. ! hil.l. .ff r ltfily, 'ha tin!t if in if.lr iU' J'hf, f fh brnv fi?l, ,' he, i.f tha fif llrtdiqfit MnlhPf hood. frMf linan ftknwar In f'timplimant , MU MumKlim. Mm, T. J l,ork, Jr.. and-rtainrd vptjf rt.ilmriifply on Thurdnv f'r hmin with n linan iihowpf fur her roii-in, Mi Cdrnl) n Hamilton, who i In h r November bride. Th ele yiint horn wn thrown open and dir onitoil in color arhrme of yellow. Crystal vhm and golden baskf's wre Mini with long stemmed yellow chrysanthemums, making a pretty setting for the happy friend who met to honor the bride-to-be. Miss Nina 1 1 -1 1 played the wedding march as the bride was ushered Into the junior through a shower of con ft'tti. The folding door were then thrown open and a tuhleau scene met the gn.e. An old shoe filled with gifts was hung from the chajide lier, under which was the bride's chair elaborately decorated. Dainty little Irene Locke, dressed as Cupid, in a gaily draped express wagon held the streamers of tulle suspended from the shoe, and as the bride was seated, the sifts were showered upon her. The charming hostess explained that the little wagon was made for the Adams Express Company, and that Cupid had come all the way from the land of flowers, "To bring the old old shoe, Filled with luck and happiness, Pear Carolyn, to you." Miss Hamilton was a striking pic ture, radiant and beautiful in a hand some toilet of yellow taffeta, trim med in gold lace. Her hat was gold lace trimmed in paradise feathers. A salad course with orange ice capped with orange blossoms, was served. ' t-t M IUI'4 If M t H'Mf fk. j Mm T l Ilai'd MM..,. , : a l.rill.aM ll.ll. .'n .a' i.fi I u ly Tmfif at lt, T ' H I tn ' I t I Im'i f w.n f" I f . Mi . f J.nlfif it t v ti f r Mi l,,i.,'fc I Bhd I Irlwl, (,,, !it't "Ifca dr l Vf n'tft. t,.lj f. rtrl to tut f!.r 'i I iitnt, t.i! J k i' lMf n, !!' Ii , iliti and kihdrml tj.inU ni.U It niifidid kmi f'r hub goblin nd bn) 1 1 1 f ( I (if th U'trr, fin 0vpr( nl"it !iity fi rini'lf, hnfipjf dhd f fi. mf j'f''t. Hnd 1 1 m rr ! und md) rnrrry t,n binr, Tbi firt rmlf of th iIhiki' m d by Mi r.l-i i ottrell, of t 1'nint, n mt Mr, Unnge Mhmhuhi; tli lnt blf by Mi linM.ttiv f t it i r t an I Mr. Iml Putty. I'uring lntrmiKinin Mik Klb-n Crawford, dreri mi n witch, rarrv Ing a broom trad palm and foretol I fortune, and her fascinating and magical power in witch craft offer pi much fun. Hallowe'en emblems were given as favor. Mi.-i Jofcphine Senter served punch throughout the evening. At midnight an ice course was served. Pretty Hallowe'en Party Given by Mis Ottley. 'ill. m s , i . "M"ie :iss r ranees uuiey was a arming hostess on Friday evening . hen she entertained at a Halloween - pai i-Jf- - ' The elegant home on College strct was transformed into a bower of beauty. Hallowe'en emblems, vines and autumn flowers were artistically used throughout the reception rooms. Illuminated pumpkin Jack-o-lanterns with the proverbial black cat decorated the tables and mantles, while the chandeliers were wreathed in vines and the lights were covered with Japanese shades. An enjoyable feature was the pinning of a stem upon a large pump kin. In the dining room the same Halloween motif was carried out. A large pumpkin filled with lus cious fruit was used for the center piece upon a prettily arranged table. Lanterns, black cats and bon bon dishes were used in artistic arrange ment. Ices and cakes were served from yellow cups. The evening was one of fun and frolic, and the attractive little hos tess gave her little friends a happy time. Mrs. Thomas Ilogan, and little1 son, have returned to their home in Texas, after a six week's visit to relatives. Beard-Long Wedding Solemnized at Itta Bena Wednetday Morning. Much interest centered in the wed ding of Mr. Eugene Trueman Heard, of this city, and Miss Frances Mar jorie Long, the attractive daughter of Mr. John J. Long, of Itta Bena, which occurred Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock at the bride's home, "Longview," conducted by Rev. E. H. Garrott. Miss Long was attended by her sister, Miss Annie Long, while Mr. Beard had as his best man, his broth er, Mr. Walter Beard, of this city. Among those who went from here to be present at the nuptials were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beard, parents of the groom, ' . Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Beard left for New Or leans and other southern cities. Up on their return to Columbus, they will be at home to their friends at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beard, on College street. The bride is the accomplished and beautiful daughter of Mr. J. J. Long. She was lovely in a handsome travel ing suit of Russian green with hat and accessories in harfhony. She wore a corsage bouquet of valley lillies. The groom is a member of one of Columbus' most prominent families. He is a splendid young man who has every promise of a bright future in the business world. Heartiest congratulations are ex tended the happy young couple. The fair young bride will receive a cordial welcome by Columbians. Lang Slain in Battle. Anton Lang, chosen from thous ands to take the part of Christ in the Oberammergau Passion Play because of his great likeness to the Savior, has been killed in the Champagne while fighting with the German ar my, according to letters received at Manitowoc, Wis., by his cousin, Alois Lang, who himself played a minor role in two of the passion plays. Lang always tried to follow the virtues of the Savior. Once question ed as to how he could fight against his fellow-men, and still be Christ like, he replied that the teachings of Christ himself was that all men should obey the law of the land. Lang was a member of the volun teer ski corps. He leaves a widow and three children who live in this country. Exchange. ,ll " u A l I IH I 1 II A . -OITLR rillS Wi l li EXTRA BIG VALUES IN TT A fin rfTMTTilT: U AXULLUVusi HE: New Shipment Just Received YOU A roRTUim: puri'IMai-: unAiir.n ua Toorrr.n BMUTiruL invTi!!0R-flun: auita at i roa oumourtii TOOMC-TIIIRD Br.lt()W AaiiAl VIKUC.-Tllt: tATlttAU ' AlU C.AbAWL&, POKUUX bROllH'LOm Ar.RGfin 1lh rlf.KI'.ll TWEEDS. rUR TRIAAn bR11l TRIAAHD. Yf.LVr.T TRIMW'.D AM) Tilt: MAT PLlll TIILOR AO OH Lei TII1T AWAYn LOOK 0 ACIT IAD TRIA.-i0AH flXTRyl BIC. VlLUrA AT $D(5.S0 Other Good Values at $25, $19.50, $17.85 and $14.75 THERE IRE il&OUT S"5f SUITS OF THIS SIIIPAVEMT, BUT l( ORDER TO GIVE YOU A L1RGER SELECTION VCIMYE COME THROUGH OUR RECUL1R STOCK ylAD SELECTED yl&OUT A DOZE A OTHER GOOD AODELS IAD WILL IACLUDE THEA IA THIS EXTRyl V1LUE SUIT S1LE. COAE E1RLY AOADIY A0RAIAG IA ORDER TO GET FIRST PICK.-REAEABER THERE IRE MOT MORE THll OAE OR TWO SUITS OF A KIAD IA THIS LOT SO YOU WILII IMVE TO BE QUCK TO GET YOUR PICK. i , - v i1 Hiribman and are Married Mr. Albert Mil Hahn In Mobile. The following from Register of Thursday, with interest by the many friends in , ed and decorated with roses and lilies do Vere. What they want is t.n aUU I of the valley. The presents were es-. infection to the attractions thmu O'l Hey. The presents were es-. j effect ion to the attractions thicugh i penally handsome, representing the tlx seductive defect that gives them the Mobile! friendship that both families enjoy, j something to swing to. A per feet will be read'tne romance of the young couple 'face is like the big diamond in the really dating back to the 'ime of the -jeweler window something f.ir . . . ., t iu- lbert Hirshman, uan" lln"y resuieu in vmumous una i everyune 10 won ui men pass on. imi tniS Cliy 01 .ir. - , . , .. , i i, .. who is one of our most prominent and i'"-a - ""' "r"1 ' iuw.es: popular young business men: "One of October's prettiest nup tial events was the marriage of Mins Lucille Hahn, only daughter of Mr. S. J. Hahn and the late Matilda Weiss Hahn, to Mr. J. Albeit Hirsh man, of Columbus, Miss., which was solemnized at the home, 050 Gov ernment street, on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 27th, at 3:00 o'clock, with the relatives and inti mate friends, who were invited to the ceremony, remaining for the wedding reception, to extend their congratulations to the newly wedded happy young couple. "Dr. A. G. Moses performed the ceremony and the attendants were Miss Ethel Dorgan, maid of honor, were friends, the brides boon wrs ket by Josephine Lee, of Memphis, and Carrie Hesi and af the "-!-ding guests, including those from out of town, who were Mrs. Louis Lee, of Memphis; Mr. Sylvan Gottschall, and father, of Memphis; and Mrs. Jacob Foltz, inscribed their names therein, also the bride's aunt, Miss Katie Weiss, who has been spending the summer and fall at the Chicago Beach Hotel, arrived home on Tuesday in time to attend the family wedding supper that evening. "As Mr. and Mrs. Hirshman left for the train, instead of a shower of rice, pink rose petals fell upon them, and they left on their bridal trip fol lowed by the best wishes of many Prrtty Reception Given in Compliment to Vinitori. tine of the mo t beautiful smi.il functions of I lie week wa a recep tion on Wednesday afternoon given by Miss Pnindexter at her hiind- inv studo, in compliment to Mrs. Dim- mick, and Miss Mel.cMore, of F.u- ness produced by pouting lips, a va-liaw, Ala. grant curl that won t stay in its: The elegantly appointed suite phic, a f rookie, or a half do.en of elegant, in Richmond roses in gn-at them for that matter these are the j clusters, and other lovely flowers. Miss M.H'V Hiiluns received guests and invited them to the recep i wu'i fusion red peaches that hang invitingly j over the garden wall a fellow just! naturally gets after it, all oblivious! to the broken glass of matrimony on the edge. Washington l'ost. f w jj 4 i i The Interesting Thing for You to Consider WHEN you purchase a pair of shoes it is not their looks alone which should interest you. You should know, above all else, that they have the quality, Th tro. ar hpnntifnl shnpa which are iw- . U'u.iijiinJ worthless. If ycu and the family are habitual wearers of KAUFMAN BROS. STYLE SHOES OF QUALITY you have every afsursnce of both beauty of style and the utmost shoe value. You cannot buy one without the oth er at this store, for we have built up our business around merchandise of this kind and could not afford to change our policy. LET US SERVE YOU WITH THAT NEXT PAIR OF SHOES Kaufman Brothers WHOLESALE and RETAIL t future home." A Pretty Contideration. Says a recent issue of the Jackson Daily News: "The ladies who make up '- household of the Old Ladies' Home are always appreciative of their friends consideration" of them, a-d when the opportunity comes, thev de light to return, insofar as they may this consideration. "The roses which grow bo abund antly in the gardens of the homj have been beautiful this autumn. So, on Sunday morning they were out bright and early with baskets and shears, and cut great quantities of their flowers, making them up in'o 1 ouquets which they rent to seven of the city churches, with their loving greetings." i fi-ii-ml- ii.ViInh ..-Ml n., ... , : , i 1 ! Jocimn. muni llicj win VJ I v vwlo and Miss Bertha Dorgan, bridesmaid, . ', . , ,, ,them even to Columbus, Miss., their Willi 111. IV VilWI V V W'V a Memphis, Tenn., the groom's nephew in the role as best man. "This Government street home, over which the young bride has pre sided as mistress so well for her father, was made very lovely with blossoms of cosmos and roses, carry ing out a pink and white color scheme, and palms and ferns decor ating the rooms, made them a fitting bower for the plighting of the troth. The ceremony was performed in the front parlor, Mr. Chas. Dunster playing the Lohengrin bridal chorus for the entrance of the bridal party,! and Dr. Moses using the double ring ceremony. During the exchanging of the rings Mr. Dunster played "O Perfect Day," to match the beauty of the October day on which the wed ding took place. "Miss Hahn made an attractive bride in her coat suit of navy blue broadcloth with steel trimmings. Her black velvet hat with its facing of shell pink and a bird of paradise was most becoming, a boquet of pink rose buds and lillies of the valley ad ding the finishing touch. Her two at tendants wore dresses of blue pussy willow taffeta, Miss Ethel wearing a waist of Georgette crepe over flesh colored crepe de chine and a black hat with a silver ornament and blue trimmings, while Miss Bertha's waht of tieorgeue crepe was trimmed in brown fur, her black velvet hat being trimmed in old roses and fur, both girls wearing corsage boquets of pink roses and valley lilies. "After the ceremony while felici tations were being extended, refresh ments were enjoyed in the dining room, where the bride's table was lovely with its lace covering over pink, matching the flowers which Wetley Clan Member Give Enjoyable Program. In the Sunday school room of the First Methodist church on last Tues day' afternoon a most delightful pro gram was given under the auspices of the Wesley class, which was as follows: Song, Miss Elise Lipscomb, accom panist, Miss Irvin; Story by Mrs. Dimmick, subject: "Polly, of the Hospital Staff," Duet by Mrs. Pea-h-er and Mrs. Osborne, accompanied by Miss Louise Peacher; Story by Miss Addie MeLemore, subject: "Edith's Burglar," by Frances Hon kin Burnette. Columbians who bad heard Mi si MeLemore and Mrs. Dimmick in j these beautiful stories at Monteat-lc ' anil other places, were prepared for. the pleasure they knew was in store for them. The entire audience pro nounced it an afternoon of unusual enjoyment ami interest. tion room, where Miss I'oindevtcr, Mrs. Denimick, Mrs. Sheffield, Mi.is MeLemore, Miss Ella Sherrod, am! Mrs. J. M. Morgan stood in line. Passing on to the music room, where 'ci ytliinjr was bright with fragrant flowers. Tea was served by Mrs. Mary Pope, Mrs. K. E. John ston and Mrs. T. J. Locke, Jr. The afternoon was delightful in every detail and will be a pleatar; Mr. Simm Entertain Bernard Roman Chapter. Mrs. F. R. Simms, regent of the Bernard Romans ( hupter, D. A. It. entertained the chapter members very beautifully on Thursday after noon, at her elegant home on South highlands. lulamey roses were used in pro- throughout the reception rooms, Interesting papers on Revolu tionary times were read by Mrs. Mar- theigio Patterson, Miss Susie Will Gun- tec and Miss Alice Halbert, after which work for the year was discuss ed. Before the guests departed they were invited into the handsomely ap pointed dining room, where an ice course was served. The same flower motif was carried out in this room. memory called. for the many friends who In I lie ce.iier ir the table which wiw covered with cluny lace, a lar?, cJt gin -i lv filled with Kilarney roses i rested. The mantels and tables were also adorned with this fragrant flower. o Miss Elsie Cottrell, of West. Point, is the attractive guest of Miss Doro- Min Hopkins Entertains Member of Bridge Club. One of tho very pietty parti t.s of thy Bainl. the week was given by Miss Mario Hopkins when she entertained the Mrs. Robert Kirksey and rhildren, member of the Friday Eu' lu e ("! ih j have returned to their home in Alice- Why Want to Lo Freckle? A Washington dermatologist Parent Teacher to Meet. The following is the program for the Parent Teachers Club, which will meet Wednesday afternoon: Roll call; minutes of last meetint; Song Little Folks; General outline of what the club intends to do dur ing this year, Mrs. Jake Kaufman; Music; Brief discussion of punish ment: 1. Object of punishment. Mrs. has' Chalk's Havs: Punishment vs. I)i s- Friday afternoon The interior of the elegart home was festive with Hallowe'en decor it ions. After fevcial games of "uchre the first prize was given to Mn? Martha Searcy, and Miss Joscphen Sinter won th booby. A salad course was served to re fresh the guest?. Punch was also served throughout the afternoon. Birthday Party Given. Mrs. Ralph Searcy entertained on Friday afternoon for her attractive little daughter, Helen George, the i occasion being her fifth birthday. Only a few little friends were invited. After games on the lawn course was served. nlle. o- just gone to great length to inform a waiting world that freekles on the face of any outdoor girl are there to stay. Once attained, there is no los ing them. They stick closer than a brother, and almost as close as somebody else's brother. "You may paint, you may powder the spot if you will, but the sun's brunette tattoo will cling 'round it still." But why, in the name of all out doors, should a girl want to lose her freckles? Would you rob the rose bqd of its gem of morning dew? As well suggest to a small boy that you remove the spots from his agate mar ble as to place before the male mind the idea that a maid would be im proved in looks by removing those defects whose very mission is to lure and charm and bring .back to remem- adorned th table, and also the mint, berance the secret of the thralldom, ices and bonbons. The cutting of the when every recognition of hat and cipline, Mrs. Barham; What is the relation between breaking a moral law and the physical punishment for it, Miss Hart; What connection do the teachers find between the forms of punishment used in the homes and those needed in the school, Mis? Allen; General discussion; Music. Tea and cakes will be served by Mes dames H. L. Whitfield and R. M. Knox. an K Prof. O. M. Lawrence, o' Cale donia, was in the city yesterdav. Mr. Scth A. Meek's friend glad to see birn out after a short ness. i' e ill- Mrs. Ha Oregon, has I. sister, Mrs, ,f, night. A nee l-tvr, ot l-.'tgene, ; been the t of he.' ! Y'i,jii, for a foit-i Miss Evelyn Windham will be hos-te-is to the Trail Club on Monday eve ning at the Twentieth Century Ctub rooms. o Mrs. Jeptha Barbour and children, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reeves, returned home Wed nesday. Miss Susie Will (Junter. who was one of the official judges in the cul inary department at the State Fair, I returned home Thursday. Mrs. Ro' j ert Gunter, who accompanied her to 1 Jackson, remained over to visit her i ii.iuc.hter, Mrs. R. S. Wilson. 0 - j The Mai -el Ward Practice Home , t;ir!--. M:s-os Belle Wade Payne, Elise ' Thorns. Grace Pope, Nellie Paulk, ; I ill , in Fra.ier, Aileen Beanland, i Anna Belle Hughes. Connie Wood- ruff and the Home Science teacher of the I. I. and C, will be at home on Friday afternoon, Nov. f, from 4 to (i, to the- I. I. & C. seniors, the col lege faculty and town friends. bride's cake which "was truly a thing of beauty," being heart shaped andj decorated with a bunch of lilies of the valley Furrounded by sweetheart roses, was quite a ceremony, the symbols being found by the bride's young girl friends. Miss Hortense Reiss finding the ring; Miss Nellie Hess, the dime; Miss Helen Gill, the button, and Miss Anna D. Byrne, the wishbone. The small individual cakes, garment have been lost in his! thoughts. Let it be assumed that girl folks' dress for their gii"' friendg. Surely,! otherwise , it were love's lah-ir I0.7L But freckles art like the late Henry George they are for men, by gum! And the man that won't stand up for them and what goes with them, is no man at all. , Others than Tennyon have shied COLUMBUS THEATRE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3RD "MUTT & JEFF" IN COLLEGE POSITIVELY EVERYTHING NEW. f Be sure to see them gel an education. It qets unnier all the time like the bride's cake, were heart iJiaj- at the t!.jr fault l-Sine ? a V'e I SFATS fin. 75. SUM STREETSSDRUqtORE Ut.. IU y-- MONDAY, NOV. 1st.