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AMARIUX) DAILY NEWS, SUMD.y MORNING. AUGUST 30, 1914.
.Mr. a nil Mrs Jack Halt, who have
purchased extensive ranch lands five
mile nortb of Aniarlllo, will move
out to their new country home to
nmrrow h-re they will spend the
kirn. John Hut Kin. from near Can
yon, was guest In the city yester
day. Mm. J. Trollinger has. returned
from an extended stay In New M.
Mr. and Mm Chan. IV Klllott, who
have reeelved their furniture ship
ments, expert to t Jti their pretty
new home at 1705 Tyler street, by
Miss Marie lledfnrd. who lit the
guet of relatives In .Neosho, Mo., la
being ahowered with aortal rourtes
If. among the rnoMt enjoyable be I tin
a 'natutorlum party riven In her
Miss Jenny Carter of Hereford, la
enjoying a visit with her slater. Mint
Irene Carter, at 7u5 Harrison street
Mr. and Mrs". F. M. lilsbee will
move Into the lovely Jack Halt bun
galow Tuesday where they will be
bunted for the winter.
Mr. and Mra. John lliitrhlnxon of
Covinii. Calif., arrived In the city
yesterday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. It. Humphreys, lino Harrison
Mr. Julia Hewing, for several
month enjovlng a visit with her
daughters. Mr. Jark Hall at MO'.I
Jarkson street and Mra. John Hut
no n on her ranch near Canyon, lea
ven today for n visit with her Hon at
Woodward. Ok la.
Mrs. K. V. Fltrh and Miss Irene
have taken up their resilience fur
tlw winter at 207 Kant Ninth street.
Mrs l.lla Austin Myers and baby
and Ml tirarp Myers, who have
been spending the summer In Maul
tan arrived home yesterday.
Jlrs. J .it. Iiooly has returned
from Fort Worth. wh-rc she wan
railed sometime ago by the Illness
of her mother.
W. K. Splllman has returned to
Claude after a brief business visit
to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. White mo
tored to Aniarlllo Wednesday from
After a very enjoyable visit in
f) Crohyton. Mra. R F. Sullenberger
auu ciiiiutcu nave reiurncu nonie.
Mrs. Nancy McCallum of Floydada
passed through Aniarlllo Wednesday
en route to Claude.
Mra. J. II. Thompson has returned
from a visit In Dalhart.
Mra. J. R. Chamberlain of Okla
homa la visiting t the home of her
daughter. Mm. H. H fluxion, u7
Mr. and Mrs (i W. Whittle are
entertaining with a family reuulon
at their home, lino Harrison
atreet. those gathered under the
parental roof Including Mrs. Arthur
Ayers of Dalian, Mra. Steve Tripp
nod children of ("banning and Mrs
Don Howie and son.
J. R. Roberta, of Edmonton, Can
adu, la visiting In the city.
Mrs. II. V. MrAlister and grand
daughter Miss Lilly I.nrsen, return
ed home yesterday morning from a
very pleasant visit of several weeks
with friends In Kansas and Okla
homa. Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. I'lpkln. of Can
yon, spent veMerdav in the city.
Mr. A. H Wlllhorn and family
returned yesterday from a f inh lux
trip near Hereford, at which place
they were Joined on the pleasure
trip by a number of Hereford
Miss Maggie Hae Stanley, of Here
ford, la the guest of .Miss tilady
Stanley, 7o 1 Fillmore street.
hay at the Fair.
Club women and
Now that the opportunity bus
come for us to get together nil (I get
acquainted, let us make the very best
use of it. I.et us make Wednesday.
Septeniebr So. 114. the happiest
dav In our lives since we cnnie to
the panhandle. Let us mak it .
day of vital Interest to every ninn
woman and child; to every school
town, community and county In the
All the other days at the Fair will
he devoted to demons! rat lug and
advertising to the rest of the stal
and the whole country what our
men are doing to improve and ad
Vance different breeds Of livestock,
different Muds of grain anil feed
crops and different method of ugrl
culture. The women certainly need
and deserve one day to demonstrate
what thev are doing for their cluld-
ren. their homes ami their com
munities. "We cannot bring all the products
of our lands and brains and tie
Mrs. Mason Klnu will entertain them un in a stall, or set them up In
the Inter-See Club Thursday after-a row for Inspection. Hut v. e can
noon at the home of Mrs. C. II. Klngr.''t together and learn from one an
12n'.i Iluchanan street. other We can try to have our
..rs. . C. Smith, of Ml. Hlanro, town and rural school, our boys nnd
In the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred girls clubs and all our children In
liorshroiu'h. the children's parade. No one ex-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Newton who dibit will arouse of patriotism and
have In en spending several days with make us feel our duty more than to
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. llrady, are leav-see the children of the Panhandle
lug todav for Cloudrroft. V. M , our futurn iimm and women lined
w here they will spend their honey- I tip together
moon. Kater Mr. aim Mrs. .ewton
will return lo Calnesvlllo where they
will niake their future home.
Mrs. Kmmett Cardwell of Here
ford Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs W.
T. Staliberry, 0O4 Harrison street.
Miss Lola Reese left Aniarlllo
Thursday for Kansas City Mo.,
where she will studv music this
winter. Miss Reese Is a graduate
of the Aniarlllo lllnh School nnd ill
so of the West Texas State Norms!
and her many friends wish her well
In her work.
Try Dally Newa Want Adi.
SETH WARD COLLEGE
1'iopeily of Northwest I exas Conference. I he only
rnihiwrd Junior College in Texas. Co-educational Depart
ments of Literary. Music. Art. and Lxpresaion. Kaculty ol
experienced college and university graruaes. Total expenses
for literary course. $187.00. Write lor particulars.
c. l Mcdonald, m. a. J
L. WILLS. M. A-Dean
Let us make this our first object
for the day.
Will our teachers, the education
nl captains of our children, come ami
bring their schools and help to di
rect this plan'.'
Our second feature w'll be a line
nrts recital made up of the best
musical talent m the Panhandle.
This program will In- outlined In i
few more clays and published.
Our Hard motive Is to get a. -iUainted.
Some time during the day
ail III formal reception will be held
for an hour, to give the women
from every county n chance to meet
old friends and make new ones
from ev 'ry county.
I.et us un- ' our county" as the
social unit for this day. If we do
this no one will be left out. for we
all live in some county, but we nil
do not lite in all) louti or city.
We ure trying t" locate a chair
man in every county to take up this
work and organize the women Into
one united band for that day. Will
the City Federation and town and
rural ciulis provide some kind of a
b.ids,c so '"'' I'"1 II Soon II S
we see you whether you belong to
the Hall or the Hale, the Hansford
or llnmphill. the Slnrwalls or
Smiths, the Wheel. Ts or Potters,
the Lntihocks. Armstrongs. Don-
leys or ('arsons or ai other Pun-
handle family. Thl VU1 at least
teach us all a lesson Panhandle
geography if It has Mother value.
How uiany of you k"w the names
nnd location of all U counties In
A letter from an woman who
will help to make tl, day one of
universal Interest an. I pleasure will
be greatly appreciate .Iby the rhulr
man of the Woman'iDny Commit
tee. Let us do all we c:i to prove our
appreciation for wha our old set
tlers have done for t by helping
to fill the day full Joy ad happiness.-
Mrs. W. A.'i'arner.
Al KTIUI1WS THItlU FN
KHIlNTI'li I'Anvl KS
MKLllOI'RNi:. Ai.. L".i.-- Anti
trust measures, propped particul-ir-ly
because Australia i lacing un li -vnsion
by the grea' Chicago pic't
packing companies, fini one of t';e
principal Issues In th general pnrl'a
Imetitary election eutialgn which Is
now In full swing, le election wh!
be held September i
The Labor Party, inning the op
position lo the Lllu il government.
Is striving for coti-nl, promising.
If put In power, to provide con-ii-tutioiial
regulation f trusts T'i
Liberals, on this poll:, maintain tlu.t
all trusts are not I, uud that the
present powers of tie const It ut Ion
ure sufficient to den with the "had"
The iililiiue feutur, of the pre i t t
campaign is the fai that the elec
tions are brought abut by u double
dissolution of parlnietit, di i'-olii-lion
of both the Sutite and the
House. This is the irst time in hi
tory that such urtlu has I n tak
en in Australia, nil it Is said to
have hud no procr...nt In any co'i
siltutiuiiiil governn.nt ol the i:nr-Itsh-spcnklhg
The dusolut ion n granted to the
government by Sir lunro Kcrruson
the governor-genera, because i .1 -
Senate rejected a III wlinli iilmed
to prouihit prefercl e to casual la
bor unionist iinph eis in govern-
The parliament l.nl lnsl.il 'ibout
a year, and with . I.iiieral nriioi
Ity in the House a:. I a tuinoritv li
the Semite. The r Ult os virMia'.
ly a egsl itivi dei iliii k.
The opposing baler.-, and I'r. -mier
.1. Hume Cok. and iHrw
I'islier. the formei pr. inl. r llotli
men ure of the selluia.le I I . i r h
liming begun life s a uiimr
P.oth are trade mloiisist, bill Hie
present premier is liti.-.t b hl i op
poiieiit as havin.' a 1 .i t i I 1 1 - I li i .
trades-union priii'-oh's I'.otli '(
good speakers and .re ti" 'Ihiiiuiii
the country nddres-ing amli.-ni in
wliich the women dertors are well
In addition to tbv trust regulation
issues are the redii'tio'i of Hie
cost of living, tari'l p-torm; a cei -stltutlonal
ninendiM-nt to pro.iue
a national reii-renami as a silt. H
tilte for the dissf.iili.in of plirlla
nient; an amendui'it to give gre.itt-r
force to the ilidiii'l'lal urblt r:i hm
act, uud means of nat mini deleii'e.
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MEANS , CLEAN ' IRON-MERELY A
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Friction Transfer Patterns
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Send this Coupon tngrthrr with t n crpl in i .-in ot M.ninn i() till
lnMt lor oii pckagr containing two niii-ru m In imn tr.inslrr
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Thee pattern do swsv wi'h telious tracing with
hot iions. Willi ilii- nsr of railmn naitei. TTievran
:lw ii.unf. trd to any material, linen.
Ki'iss, i in un worn, Tnrial. by merely
rubliiiigover the deau'in witBi a spoon
i com iliunili r..iil. Kaeh dMign can
Lr ufd msny times.
I or 10 emu and the omipon on
this y,f,f .u will ieeriveail'nveopm
containing two sheets of transfer
patterns. In it will be the design
limited to l.iy. In addition, there ill
lie our shirt of design, (Deluding.
0u Pillow Top rinign,
One CDtrpiN dmign, t
Un Glut Doily dMigo, '
On Dign for Conor of Roptia,
Uno Brood TrT detign. J
; wean- placing a rr.up.in in ca. packa-e of -l:li YlDN' TKANSr'KP, PATTKKNS Ten nf th..-
,KNT.TI..:ou l Kl K()K('HA.:(;.,toai:M.;l:l ,:VUTnT si.in,0rneee.lL"C;)roXr'
i one tusk U.ne stiletto. oe rellulmd.Mlk and Hires I winner, and ten ..ssorted embroidery needles. ulrcMr
rharacterl.lli- antipodean u,i'.. !
in. In. I.. a li'..-rnl provh-iou lor un '
lor cancer and' consumption, an. I u
federal public, service siipi rai'ii'.u
m i;ii,i it ii i:i I i;i i: i s i:
Tuesday mnrnlim Sepiember the
tirsl. uetweeli tile 1 1 oil r ol y and '
o'clni k a iii The new Kiee y.w ami
I'.ar I'l piiisar w,ll .e opened at
1".. and In" West Kourth street.
This Instil ut inn is an innovat ion
in the panhandle and It is to In1
conducted with. ml sordid or merce
'I lie inilU'elit poor of Aniarillo
and sill rounding county. without
I' Mid to race or creeil, are cordial
I'. iiiMH.I to lake advantage ol the
in-i- -cm. cs uttered, either medical
Mitulial or both If necessary
'I hose of the general pnhlie who
feel interested are respectively III-
vlted lo vi-lt and inspect the ar
rangement and equipment of tlm
dispensary Kememlur Hie hour of
opening Is between s ii tid H o'clock
a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and
THE LIMIT CAFE '
Cleanest and best place to et. Try
The Limit. 416 Taylor. t
Try Dally New Warn Adl.
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You do not need a William J. Burns lo find I he maker of any piano on our floor. The manufa, hirers
arc proud of their product and in every case put their name and address on the piano and to the warranty.
In selecting a piano always see that the warranty is signed by fomc of the officials of the makers and
docs not read, "Guaranteed by the manufacturers," and has no signature.
Do you want a piano that the maker is ashamed to put his name to the warranty? Could you cash an
unsigned check? Has a note any value unsigned and bearing no date?
Walk into the store of any reputable Piano Concern in any city in the United States and see if you do
not see some pianos of international reputation.
We have not a piano on our floor with any mystery attached to its origin.
MeMersoE Piae Co
607 Polk Street
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
14 YEARS IN THE PANHANDLE