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Theatre Open from 11:30 A. M. to 11 P. M. ?J^r s and io! Don't Miss This Great Program Today
The Best for $3.00
We are Stowing a line of
ladles shoes in patent ami
dull leather, with cloth
and mat kid top tops for
S3 not to he equalled any
All lasts and shapes-re
memher every pair is
properly made by men of
experience-matters not
what the price may be.
Anderson Dealers Show Styles of
Very Pleasing Styles ?nd Ladies
Are Delighted
The enthusiastic acceptance which
was accorded the invitation of O.
Gets-berg, Moore-Wilson St Co., Mrs.
IV Graves Boyd and Mrs. J. C. Holle
man to. their formal openings on yes
terday proved beyond a doubt Ander
son's appr?ciation of ber up-to-date
aud progressive buyers in all lines.
Tlie.cool weather of the past week
was calculated to make the fall show
ings very interesting and tiie day was
all that could be desired for the style
show. The merchants had spared no
trouble or expense to make each dis
play attractive and everything was in
readiness to the last detail to re.
oem t'ioir visitors. The call began
t arly in the foronoon and continued in
Increasing numbers tthroughput the
Tho showings were*gorgeous*. Whilo
black and white lead the colors this
soasen, yet there are beautiful show
ings In suits and pleco goods in mid
night blue, gobbelin blue, nigger
brown and bottle green. And the
trimmings more brilliant than ever
before, silver and gold, Persian and
In materials, satin broadcloth takes
the lead la suitings, satin for dresses
and the softest of chiffons, silk crepes
and laces for evening. The styles all
teud toward the basque and tull tunic
Mrs. J. C. Holleninn?
While Mrs. Holleman has been In
her new quarters In the Hotel Chl
quola building for several weeks, yet
her opening yesterdar was the for
mal opening and showing of the new
store ay well as of the season's styles
and models. As a token of apprecia
tion for their patronage, visitors were
presented with a beautiful cup' and
saucer of blue and wblto Japanese
The windows were models of ele
gant simplicity. In the left window
two figures are prominent. One ls
dressed in a tailored suit, a blue
broadcloth made with tho military
coat with long tunic and trimmings
and black braid. The hat whl' h
matched this suit was of dark blue
/velvet thrve cornered turban wHth
silver trimmings. The other figure
was in evening dress, thc skirt of two
flounces of white pleated satin, the
shirred basque of tulle in a soft shade
of yellow with rose design, fastened
in the back and finished with sash of
same material tied in large bow. The
long evening cape wut of yellow bro
cade and tho hat was a large black
velvet with net finish at the brim
and flat trimming of white ostrich
feathers. In this window was a show
ing of novelties in neckwear, cords,
beads, reception cases which go to
make up a complete toilette in the
other window was a display of hats on
bronco pedestials, of bottle green and
Persian velvet and a pretty case of
ornamental slipper buckles. The hats
on these pedestials were the most en.
ticing models and made the desire
to see tbs iurger showing on the in
side of the store lrresistable.
Nor wera you disappointed. A big
plcturo hat of black velvet only re
lieved by white French tips; another
with black velvet brim, dark blue vel-1
vet crown with flat trimming around
crown of purple, yellow and blue^
Howers and green foliage; a misses
hat of black velvet with ?ash of black,
ribbon in loop from the back and sim
ply, yet handsomely trimmed, in em
broidered roses in shaded pink, laid
flat on tlie brim; other shapes in col
ors designed to match the suits wer:?
extravagantly admired.
One of tile pretty dresses- for street
wear wa? a brown taffeta with very
wide girdle and long tunic. A touch
which made till.?, suit "different" was'
the tiny splits around the entire hem!
of the skirt, about four Inches apart.;
Numerous' were the handsome coat
?ultu displayed, but one particularly,
admired was a suit of bottle green
rep. military coat with collar and cuff
nf trimmings of black broadtail, and a
very full pleated tunic. An ?labor?t*
frock which demanded attention was
ono of black mescaline, shirred ba:.'|ne j
with front fastenings. Tho sleeves
were of cream lace, and the same lace !
formed the tunic. Lurge amber but-]
tons down the front of the basque and
a dark green satin nuoh were the pret-|
ty finishings.
Dance dresses of tulle, chiffon, silk
crepe In delicate colorings combined
with laces were on exhibit. The skirt
of one frock waa entirely of cream
lace flounces', the corsage was of
copen blue pussy willow silk with
sash of the same tied In the back.
Blouses in all the new models for usc
with the coat suits were sn added at.
traction. The evening capes and coots,
one very handsome coat of black cut
velvet, made cape effect, with fur col
lar was1 much admired.
An interesting showing was one of
missen Behool and street dresses of
the F.tadmawr make, mostly of very
dark materials simply made similar to
the Mary Jane style, and finished with
soft pretty collars*.
In addition to showing the ready-to
wear, millinery, pretty neckwear and
other accessories, Mrs. Holleman has
given another touch to her store by
adding a select assortment of odd
china, bric-a-brac, Japanese w?re and
pretty wood Aber baskets, and these
were verv tastefully displayed.
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd.
Mm Boyd announces her usual
fashion display with Miss Feeney of
New York as her model, showing
dresses and suits direct from the me
tropolis, for next Wednesday after
noon and evening, and yet after view
ing her displav of these articles at her
opening on yesterday, one miebt won
der if the later showing could bc more
The four handsome costumes tn one
window, and the two flirures In
handsome suits and the pretty hats in
Ute opposite -one. formed the ele
gant window dlcplaysi One hguro
was in a black suit made with hasnue,
shirred back and fror , with satin
lash in back and long tunic. The hat
which was shown to accompany the
suit wac dark blue velvet with soft
crown trimmed with ostrich feathers
and silver braid. The other suit was
af deep purple broadcloth with black
trimmings. New nurses, daintv hand
kerchief a and Persian neck cords were
Included in the display >
Other milts In the ready-to-wear de
vilment In blue, nlfsrer brow??, in
broadcloth, velvets and new su'tinns,
made with the long tunic*. Russist)
hlnutas. and redingote effects made
the Insneetion of this department
worth while.
A table of pretty evening frocks in
the center aisle caught your attention
Immediately. One ?own of cream net,
with tunic of tile same net embroid
ered in pink and gold, and finished
around the bottom of skirt with dou
ble rudie of pink satin ribbon, and
corsage of pink :^aiin in surplice of
fert with ?. butterfly bow in the back
was especially lovely. Another equal,
ly attractive was of pale blue crepe.
Tho cordage was draped and caught
wi:li dainty pink and yellow roses on
tin* shoulder. Tin- tunic was long and
finished with deep tucks und the gir
dle was very deep of pink Batln em.
hrolderod in blue and opalescent
beads. i
Mrs. Doyd is making a specialty of
piece goods' and trimmings and has a
right to IK; proud of lier selection. lier
showing {ncludes all tho new mater
ials, and all the new shades, with
trimmings that arc elaborate and
handsome indeed. ?
In the millinery department the dis
play equals if not surpasses other dis
plays in past seasoup, One black vel
vet simpe with top facing of silver
clotii and silver quills and band was
very chic. There wa* another brack
French hat slightly tilted on one side
with white tips and silver band; still
another closely nttlng#turban with re-l
lief coronet of hagen blue and trim
mings of opalescent spangles and par
adise feathers; and numerous other
models that cannot be described. The
special attractions of the millinery
display were the imported hats, se
cured for Mrs. Hoyd by a foreign
A case in the front of the store
shows the new neckwear, hair plas
and oranments, pins, purses and dress
?Accessories dear to the hearts of the
well dressed woman.
Moore-Wilson & Company.
Thia big store presented a brave ar
ray of-everything. Each department
vied with tlie other in tempting the
purse strings of the buyers. . The
store was attractively arranged with
tables, each presenting a diff?rent
selection of pretty things. On enter
ing, one was* immediately taken by the
dainty handkerchief display. It seems
that the "something new".In thlB line
is the very deep hem with the em
broidery on the ?ides, then there are
pretty touches of the colors in edg
iagB and designs. Then the neckwear
is hardly less distracting, for tho new
collars are very fetching, mostly of
chiffons, organdies-, and not, often
with cuffs to match The styles are
varied, the Revolution, Gladstone
and Georgette predominating. Then
there are such pretty scarfs in Ombre
Down the center aisle on Arri table
were selections of velvet piece goods,
black, green, plum, and nigger brown,
and trimmings of fun bandings which
included thc new monkey . fur, jet
fringe and huttons; following this
came the Bilks and satins, with sil
ver buttons, tassels, deep laces em
broidered and spangled in silver and
poid and ornamental bandings. The
rou rt h table ls undoubtedly a thing of
beauty, with its showing of materials
?md trimmings for evening wear.
Chiffons, embroidered In gold and sil
ver, brocaded charmeuse and crepe de
chine for bridal costumes, satin de
lane. In " shades of peacock and)
Lucerne, embroidered chiffon In ori
ental colors, and banding of ostrich
ind marabeau and sequins on net In
opalescent tints.
Near1 by are tables of kimona silks,
Haman stripes' tor waist goods, nov
?lty dress goods in Scotch plaids, sib
ilene and broadcloth, displays of lin
ms and cluny pieces, selections of In.
'ant outfits and sacks, robes bootees
and mitten?.
Entering the millinery department
the case of pretty scarfs shaded in
pink and orange, on which is display
ed an enticing evening hat of pink
with plume to match and edged with
fur, a child's hat with black velvet
crown with frills of black net, cream
lace and pink ribbon, and trimmed
with tiny pink roses and maidenhair,
and a Rawak turban of blue brocaded
silk, trimmed with moleskin, with
small butterfly of the uame material,
also edged with the same fur. This
firm handles the Itawak, Gage, Fiske,
Johnson and Aitken models. There
way also a pretty Moorehead and Jar - !
dine hat of black velvet with too fac
ing of gold brocade, trimmed with
black plumer, and ?old grapes A
Rawak street hat. double four corners,
of black velvet, hound with grograin
ribbon and trimmed with feelers wat
stunning. Other especially attrac
tive models Included a Fiske hat of
nigger brown velvet with half facing
of gold cloth, with flat trimming nf
?peacock quills' at.d velvet fruit: a
Gage misses hat with white chiffon
facing and brim of gold lace edged
with fur, black velvet crown with
flower trimming, and a Rawak conti
nental ot silver cloth trimmed In
moleskin and black and white aig
In the ladies ready-to-wear were
shown the latest models In the newest
materials, and the selection 1B BO var
ied tha< one who could not be pleased ?
here would be very difficult to be suit.'
ed. The showing for misses and
children ls as complete as the one for
the grown folks, and^qually inter-1
eating. '
i 'Another Interesting display was
that of the Fred CrosB shoe, in all the
latest designs in tills season's foot
wear. There were pretty bronze, pat- '.
ents, cloth tops and gun metal, In fact '
the same complete selection In this'
department as is- found in ail tho(
other, which is characteristic of this
I). Relsberg.
.-..i.;.; Geiaberg and Miss' Elliott
spent six weeks In New York this fall
making the careful selection, and,
surely brought their best judgment,
into play in buying the fall and winter ?
stock shown yesterday. Passing
through the store one made slow pro
gress because of the many pretty nov
elty exhibits, lingerie, satin petticoats
and hosiery. Special mention ls to
be made of the very pretty girdles,
particularly in black and white, to be
found in the cases.
The window? and inside trimmings
were of autumn foliage and made a
pretty setting for the splendid array
of nretty things. Miss I.della Meyers
ls the hone] trimmer in this establish
ment and the showing in this line ls
a superior one. Hats in any color
and to match any suit, and for all oc
casions. The new Cato and Pocha
hontas shapes and sailors are shown,
black velvet leading other materials
for the foundations of the hats, still
there are shapes* In the Russian green,!
gobbelln blue, and nigger brown, with I
trimmings of brilliant flowers, ori-l
ental and cun'dn ribbons, monkey fur,)
feathers, numidies. fancy ostrich)
French plumes and silver and gold
motifs* and ornaments.
A brown velvet Pocahontas shape J
with brown fur top and cupid ribbon
trimming In Cossack shape bow, was
most desirable. A misses' hat with
black velvet brim and soft Crown of.
purple velvet with fiat trimming of ?
purple popples; a dainty child's hst
of blaok velvet with ?Ink facing of.
pink and pink ribbon trimmings, and
a masugo-iy green turban with a Peri
Several young men are already
very much interested in esr new
plan for owning a home in North
If a a plan that might well in.
terest any young man.
stan crown and a dress bat with brim
of gold net overlaid with monkey fur
and crown of golden brown velvet
with French shaded plume, were
among the most appealing.
Upstairs you were ushered into a
realm of fashionable ready-to-wear.
Dresses in which the new basque ef
fect predominate, suite of chiffon
plush, satin broadcloth, and wool vel
vet In black, kelly green, gobbelin
blue, all long coats and redingote ef
fects, and tunics, Russian and pleated
and flared. Coats of heavy mater
ials in mixtures? blues, browns,
greens, and plaids, In the new capo ef
fect for both miaras and ladles.
.There is a dark green suit with a
basque effect coat and Russian tunic,
with velvet collar and cuffs with Per.
stan trimmlngs?. and skirt with pleat
ed tunic that is, handsome.
The showing of evening dresses ls
beautiful. Delicate shades of tulle,
chiffons, satin combined with laces
elaborately made and elaborately
trimmed and. a beautiful one, all ot
black with velvet basque, satin skirt
with shirred lac? sleeves' sud lace
oversklrt edged with black velvet
Miss Oelsberg reports a splendid
day in fitting Goseard corsets.. and
numerous .other models. The fact that
special fittings can be had is an asset
not to be ignored In the purchase of
'corsets. .
An article deserving special men
tion ls the new Imported quilted Jap
anese kimonas . These come in all
colors, daintily embroidered in con
trasting colors^ and are very .warm
and cosy for winter use.
An attractive model ls shown in the
window gowned, in a souras black
coat suit, with black picture hat trim
med In gobbelin blue plumes. An>
other black shape Slimmed in ostrich,
quills is very attractive. Then hor
ro wed for the occasica to, make the
wradow display more ittractive was a
goodly showing of the fall boots fron.
Oelsberg Brcs. Shoo house, and they
were cf ruell protty styles that they
did help to make a very complete win?,
Other Displays*
The fact that only the above men
tioned stores announced formal dla.
plays .does not moah that they have
a monopoly on thc beautiful. The dis
plays ot the other stores were none
the less bazaar and Interesting and
receive their measure of visitors1 and
compliments. ^
A $300.00 MANU
Every paid admisi?n to THE PALMETTO THEATRE, beginning today, entitles you to a chance at the BEAUTIFUL PIANO on display in the lobby of the PAL
METTO* Instrument bought from the Willis ? Spearman Music House and will positively be given away ABSOLUT ELY FREE on the night of SEPTEMBER 26th.
--one week from Saturday to the person holding the lucky number.-;
Io Vaudeville-'-TodayV Program
The Twin Waiters"
. . The life of a stubborn wife, who wants to be
come a suffragette, a leader of society and who
thinks more of her club than her home. She be
comes a widow. Then she marries a widower,
then the real trouble begins? She insists on her
husband keeping house; he refuses and employs a
servant. His wife also employs one. They happen
to employ twins. The fun then begins in earnest.
You'll have to see the play to appreciate the funny
scenes enacted, Sill centering around the twin ser
vants. _'
In Movies
2 reel Western drama .

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