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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1914. KIN: Aiinouni-riiirntii. Aimounceiurnt of tlie nieetliii; of the Heau-Not Club ill be made TucKiUy morning. o The I'ajarlto llub will be enter tained by .Mrs. M. K. Kmlth. 802 Jolm-tun street, September 24. The Kntre Nous Club will inert Thursday afternoon with Mis Ma li me. HO 5 Monroe at reel. Tuesday afternoon at her home, 1 : Harrison street. The Kor-Ret-nift-not lll meet Monday afternoon with IIIhh Louine Hurrltt. 1110 .Monroe street. The Itound lU'rcii Club will be en tertaincd by Mrs. Ocar Sihllllni? J. M. IIVDK.V Phone Room 5 1593 '- P. 0. Bldf . OptonictrUt and Optlclaa MltS. M. C Kill AM Experienced Drew form maker. All work ituaranteed. Model at The Miaaea Taylor. I'liona 13 60 or call 612 Jackson street. The R. A K Cluri will be en tertained Thur.Mlav ;if:-rnnoii at the home of Mrs. M. K WulMot), three inlli'h earn of the clt . The N T. ('. find will meet Tlmr-i-day afternoon with Mrs. lear Cou sins, lanti 1 larrismi utreet, at ;! o'clock. - o - The Tu.-ydny Hrldtie Club will be entertained Tuesday ttftcrnnnn frotn ! to o'lini wlih' Mrs. It W Imr en as hnMt-Mt ;it l.er home, Smi Har rison. o The Cemetery Association will i meet Monday afleili.Mili i.t L o'lim-k at the Klrst ITexbyterian church and all members are urged to be present HiiHiiess of Importance is to be trims a t-d -o - The VeMiiiiiiJ-er Cuil.l of the Central Prrshylerian chun-li wi',1 ineit Mini. I. iv Hrt.rnixin with Mrs W. S IE ii It. !'".-. Van lliiren ilreel ,s this Is the rt mrellliK of the jiew- season nil ol, and new members are ured to.be present. The ,Vy,e c, vi tallied Tui':iV iitteriiimn fi o'clock Ht the hon f Ward. lsmi Tyler ft reel. be an iniportiint busiiics mcctinc and every member Is urted to be present. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Central I'resbytenaii church will meet Wednesday at ;t p. in. In tbt' ihuri'h parlors. All member and i. fibers are iirccd to be present as this is strictly a business meetinK. o l.a Custur.l Club will be enter tained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. W. Lynch. San Ja- Into lleltMlm. with Mrs. Waddill as hostess. The meetinK opens at 3:30 o'clock. be enter froni .1 lo Mrs .Inliii Tills Is to For this week the management of THE GRAND THEATRE UNIVERSAL REELS rC8UUr con,1,tin of four Admission as Usual 5c Don't forget the "Trey O Hearts" Tuesday The Ladies AH Society of the first l-eshyierian church will have a sewing bee Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Coop. Tot! Har rison street The meet in it will open promptly at 2 o'clock ami (lie af ternoon will be spent in making ar ticles for the Ima.ir All member n ro urKcd to attend. The nieetiim of the P. K. O. chap ter announced to be held September -!(h. will be postponed until the Tuesday followinic en iiecounl of the r-'alr. The opcnniK meetli a of the iiiipter will be held Tuesday. Of tolirr i;th. wlHi Mrs Maurice It. Harris. I ii I n Monroe street ns llos test.s. O Thursday. September 24th. the Pell Penned Society of the Polk Sired Methodist church will have another hhirt waist sale mid special okIits as to size ihhv be given Mrs. J. N. Ileasley or Mrs. C. ('. Cheno with. ho will hae them tiinile as desired. All ladles are requested to remember the sale. Hie place where it Is to be held to be announced la ter. o The Pell lleuuett Society of the Polk Street Methodist church will lie entertained at the home of Mrs. 0. C. Cheiioweth. l:u7 Taylor street, Wednohdav afternoon from 3 to ! o'clock, with Mrs. .1 N pensley. J. I. Scott. Mrs A. S TuKwell and Mrs. ,. it Knots asslstiim as hos iers'. Kvervono Is evpected to brinu tlielr fai;cywork for a shirt waist sale that is liclni; irepared for an early date. A program of music and readings has been prepared and all member are especially invited to attend these delightful social niect Inus. o The following program of music will be rendered at. the Central Pres byterian church today: Morn I UK Music: Organ Prelude "Caprice d Con cert" Archer Mr. Axtell. Anthem "Sine to the Lord" .. Ash lord The Choir. Oilertor.v "Pastorale" . HIkrs Mr. Axtell Quartette "I'm a I'iUriiu" .... Mansion Mtas Urazclton, Mr. Talt. Mr. Iea- son, Mr. Cockrell. OrKan postliide "Toccata" .... d'Kvry Mr. Axtell. Kveolng Music: OrKun Prelude "Allenret to" ... Wo 1st en ho I in Mr. Axtell. Anthem ") I'y "f H H,"l !lad- ness" Parks The Choir. Mfcrtory "The Curfew" llorsmaii Mr. Axtell. Solo "The Lord Is m Life" ... Altlsten Mr. Kin. brunch postliide "Klnale" HlKKs Mr. Axtell. o - The music at the polk Street Methodist church today will be us Jollows: Morning Organ Voluntary. Kameniiol-Ost row: HubltlRteln. Miss llrltlitln Offertory. Romance; Zitterliart Mis Ttiiltaln. Vocal Solo, Just For Today: Park.- Mr. Waddilt Postliide, In IV Kbit: John K West Mis llrittallt. LvenltiK Orwiii Prelude, in the Twilight: Marker Mis llrlttaln ntlieni. Dear H(r It . Lend Me Miles. Choir Ofrerlory. Violin and Harp niel, Slavonic ('radio Sour, opus II Ner- Pianos And Player-Pianos Style 10 Bush & Lane Piano r Style 10 Bush & Lane Piano .... - ' ) I The Most "Talked About" Piano in the U. S. Five Other Beautiful Styles. EXTRACT FROM THE PIANO PURCHASER'S GUIDE Ruh &. Lane Piano Co. Nii progrra.iive house tn.inuf.H tnre t),r Busli K Itne piino, which instrunirnt i rrcopnieH n hring one of the prominent hi'h pr.ide pianos m.n nfrtctured today. It is probable that no hotiar in the trade has made more rapid prores rlurin the past decade than ha the Bush rV Lane l'iaii' (.o. The company is incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois with a i.ipilal sloi k of $500,000. The f attory and general offices ar located at Holland. Mu hisan The officers of the rompany are: Walter Lane, president; I J (Inn gleton. vice president; C. L. Hea h. arrclary; U'. H. Beach, treasurer. The mechanical department of the company is under the direct supervision of the president, Walter Lane, who is recoRnied throughout the trade as tein one of the most skilled piano builders in America. He has invent ed many valuable improvements whit h are found in the Bush cV Lane piano ex luive!y. He is an expert designer and scale drawer, and devifes hit entire time to superintending the niechanunl de partment. The Rush Ijine factory was built for the express purpose of manufacturing higrh K'a'lr pianos 'in h as the company is turpiuc out i (i thoroughly equipped with the most tir to date fh'nery, many of the ma hines brine lite invention of the superintendent of th- romp ,ny Only I.' most skilled of me.i hanira are etnploved and -ny detail in the manilf.K lute of the f'.n,l, lane piano is watthed with special rate. - nmpany pndes itself pailu ularly upon the tone ,,uitv ( the Rush rv Lnne piano, which has been vny highly (oinmeiided by ninny competent noise ..I cntics 'I he case designs of the Ru-li f l.an pianos have attracted wide attention owinp to th--r indivirbialily and beauty. Nearly all of these d--siin.i have be-n covered by United .States patent. In addition I,, upright pianos, the Mush 1'iaiio ( o. fiiaiiufacture three styles of fraud n'"'; nnr 'hem is an Art Grand, winch is m.- .f the most beautiful small grand pianos m U lured. f he desiKn is of the Louis V. pen.,.) I he company has larj-e demand for all three styles of grand pianos. The Hush tt Lane player pin. is reropnied as one of the leading high pltyer pianos in,nufartred today. f,e piano built esp-f lallv adaptable for the inside player and the player met har.ism is in quality and mtisual ex pre-siveness in keeping with the piano The Rush I .an- Piano C o has retail stores lo.aled at )r tn.it. Mm l,iK,r. Portland. Oregon, and .Seifb. Uashmrlon. A large business is bem done at ..II -f t,r, ,!-., he H., A .r line pianos is li.iirlled by proinment dealers located i" evriy Hale in the I 'm,,,, 1 fmHn, , , , . inrr. ill ulandm- of ll,r , ompHny ,,( ,r Ver lo;-hel The Bush & Lane product has been sold in the Panhandle now continuously for 14 years and has proven its merit. We are factory distributors for this piano for West Texas, and a portion of New Mexico. Let us show you one of these pianos. Terms to suit. J. L. Henderson Piano Co. 60 I'elk Sliccl "Qualify Insf AraatilM tula. Mary and Ioule Clark Orjcan I'oMtlude. Fudlietta: Letn alKre. MlsN llrittain. o Tin -iieil.il niiiHic at the KirM Clirlstlau rhiircli today will lie uh follows: MorniiiK - rrelude, .Melody: J. A. West. Mrs Myers. Offertory, Andantliie: Moturt Mrs. Myers. Sido.' Ninety First psalm: Mrlier nud ITof. Myers. rostlude. Trliliiiplial March: lliid ley lliick Mrs. Myers. KveniiiK Prelude. Aiulanllno- Leiuare. Mrs. Mvers. Alitlieui. lilnry ulid llolior: (ion imd - Choir. tiffertory. Chanson Trlste: Tsrh alkowsky --Mrs. Myers. Iuet and Chorus, Saved hy tirare: Sleldilns. - Mensrs. Thatcher it ml Holland and Choir. Post hide, 1'Vstlval Manli: Arthur I'oole - Mrs. Myers .(-- Tl'e Kor-cet tiie lints ill meet Monday. Sepi. 14. lth Met l.ouii-f Harris, Itilu Monroe street. - o - The Lntrc Nous Chili tlf nn-' t with Ml.- ; M.ilotie. So.". Monroe stretd. Thuri.d,iv. Sept. 17. o Pei-sonalx. Mrs Pen Master-ton uinl children of (he J Y. Itanrh have returned af ter a very pleasant summer visllliik Mm. Mailersiins parents, lr. and Mrs. ',. . Tuinliti of Mnrletta. tl.i , and other relatives In Home u nil At lanta, (la Miss Mary Harris of San Antonio has returned and resinned work as Koveruess for Mr and Mr lien Matcrnu of the J Y. Ham Ii When the Sonolas .le(;riis Chili was entertained Thursday alttrnnoii hy Mrs. .1 II looley, the Hist fa vor tor hinh store, a handsome Imx of stationer), fell lo Miss Martha Shellon. while the unet favor, a Kold liar pin. was captured hy Miss Kell. of Dallas. Mr ami Mrs I ( Wilson, who have I n spi'ti'llni: (lie summer in Kansas City and other ud Is. have ritiillied Inline Miss I -1 l.i Hums of hiilla-i Is a t lie ,1 In I In- i l Misn llertha Seal ot Claude en rolled t St Mary's Academy. Mrs II II Cooper Is ciiterlainliiK Miss I'.h.ahi l h Haki-r at the Canyon lor the week-elid Miss Mar. Huff and Ki ernes lluthes are leaving lodav lor Slier man where they will enroll at Kldd Key for the new term Mis Itutli Chandler of Weather lord left yesterday afternoon fur lor liome alter a verv eiiiinalde sum mer spent with In-r inn le mid aunt Mr and Mrs lv I. to. t,n I Moll roe reel Miss Chandler lias made in, inv friends durum h'-r vi-Hs to A in n 1 1 1 ! and was in -romp tnied In the il'-pnl li ii it ii in !r of In-r vll,l: ailmii ci -s Mr allll Mis lieoln- Cut all- M Jim lim over Hie airiMtl ol .i " sou at llieii home. l :n '.iii loinn Klret-I, Weill, et-ilav e.elillie Mr 1 ion nit II llreeli of !'"i Kill more street, has lieen enjoy lim a tlslt from In-r lather and hint her Mr W .1 P.lackwell of Talmr. N'e vada. and Mr II V lllaikwell tr lie. Mollies, llv.il Tliev have I'l I ilelil. V .1 lll.n knell nl hi -ii ii : iioioe iilnl P. V P.l.n I w '-II Kolot: I" I'altinniia mi m hnsiness trip Mr- I C W ili:lil and huh d.uih Ii rs. Mona Zel! ami limin.i c'luh of I 'lalelidnli. T-v,t-. ari- l-i'lii I '' tin- I I Mr- W I u h' :mi , let Cilllliol' lias lillirnet III visit wilt. Ill II, SlMlH Mr- Hniiiia It liieen. this week Miss l.enlie I ! r I II liome iittnr a pea-;i relative- iind liieinl. Plaiu- l-ein Phillip- I Mi- Vide PI, ill, n- -on an I d.i uf ,.-i o IT.' him I Mr- V V I'luliip-. I'M la-' ! v i-ii hi tr lor Ml--I--1 1 Coliie,. a!,'l Hie I. ilier ill i -n r "H v- i'Ii ' !n- Ha' ti-.liur.- In-iitiii- in ti i urns ii w i ii asi i. Ill N t MuM I'CiWI i: ii;i inn r. in i. s. pi i n a nl inn' ii. pert of ii.it niii.il r ni Lit Kin r i "i i ' , t i- mad'- sum, in v i -t I . a i cm In i1 1-, n . r ' "t" ' in: - It i to- m i l i-l i,l 1 1 ! I .ht i"-v ei a let I In an in, ! ii ' n' I , I I . I I ot ! ' .if .11 I. . i-' ' -! ' i a ' I , t a , I til in, I ,. '. n I. ' an I ' i'l' I.I 'i' -,iii Ii'- ''I, i- M, i I ! i ei -I ,-i, i. a i.-i In I, loin w I, . tm Hi. ,lnl,:, In i.t .V eit- 1,1 ,, tl'e I-' llli'ilvltir i in; port ,l lit lintnr- ,' - a f i 1 1 n i r a ml nm r, nl op i-r-i'tnii 1 1 i i i i k !.'. n thai i ne ii-iii.'k r ii' 1'iliH no he- of pi -Inn di-pl.li e llielil I In- !,llte-l i.., i.t re'.l live power litnl I ,i li lure !nriil-la-al, a-i ii r.i t tin-Is Inr i oil. P i mnfis p . i jl i; i i r ' III J 1 1 r inn 'I lii- ill v e I .-a' r iii ad.- st 1 1 n i n 'i ri -1 1 n d , -i n ere- (.mii'm n..n M.e ii-,inr'i,iif i . 'mli .uv. ' r i- r pn .ml lr lit ot I i - nr ! Is l,..r.V ' It l,v II. e re-'ll' i, i, fall, -I : r i III a i i illi I'l III ' loll it r i ' , i. v. , -ii- -.t i, i I. n I in In - i, I , ' , .Ii ,.n i All !',. I.-.,,::,, I n r i .. ii nf vw re ion, i,,,i,-, i- averaj!" (nr (ill HHI the I'Hil I 'M!el.,il n-.ir II iio'IImI- ot Inia i t- I I f i-n I, 1 1 1 1 1 1 - tin 'i ii' il lil Ml-p; i-ei.i.-il 'I .. t-'i tr . . It " i- I .'i.-'l 'I I, I- t, In. I - - ' . i ik-!, in I'i.o ' f ' 4,-1 Mir It - (if i; r - ( nt n .i . . p ., ! l.i ' .- i .irr.i-l ' 1 -. ' ' ute. Id i l.' p. ' i1 ;-p'.n i- I, . i,l - i 1 1 . a - n i, ii rcli - i a I, i II. -', s ' i r i . v . V II I - .ii ijia ii i in II l 'i . I ' r ;.i a ini i , . i-r -ail ,ml r it aid tnimh r em:, t is ii, -p::. -iii.-'ier s itiitiii, . m I ,iier (.', ih i rn:.ni:e. I i:ivt f-n! in-ifur ar Hocrtt'-irj Wrong rt-otl the offr wltidnw nf tfl" Ki n':m H'-ll'-r In the rsv snd liril! si.t meif' P"!:'. th s'sT fiititr. n an -nn'i1 th t'l m ' (i'i it- i. r th p I'lo h ' ' h t'i "t - -.d " f'tt t' :r 1" '"" '.. .i t ' ' ( tela. I I ii, .a ! ' tat. i ... r . .i ,, i ,,.. ,. . . f II f . ( it I - i - ii ( ii, or, ; f f. . -. i t i . at . . I, t r -;r ft' I . . r i.fitmt .ii. i Ihwl V'll.'- f(jv n.ir rl rtuined mid Ihn' Inj: t-st d liv It V.ii-of ply clan nl SurK. -in S;il.-i:i f In o-.-h nt f... ,r, fw. T- " ( p'.i-! 'ir ni sj'p'i'-f'v This Store Unmistakably Shows The refining influence of the approaching Au tumn season. Daily new merchandise is ar riving in large quantities. When we consid er conditions abroad, we are more than us ually fortunate in obtaining many bargains. We have lived through other wars and ru mors of wars. The Continental crisis will also, sooner or later, pass into history. There should he no hesitancy on the part of our cus tomers. It is the part of wisdom lo buy freely of merchandise NOW. Later, European mer chandise, if it is here at all, the prices must of necessity be higher. We are fair with you; be fair with yourself. Act on our advice while war clouds continue to darken the Eastern sky Pif WW v !' i U UNUSUALLY AT1KACTIVL FALL SUITS The Rrcatcit snorlmeni of new anil original creations which we are now liplayini( are clotted (rem the front rnnkt of the ready-to-wear maniifarlurrri models which you will only tee here at Jones' M-lcrtfcl with the greatest rare as lo workmanship, style and material in t'ne rP"',r Ciaherdim-s, Wool, Faille, Diat-on-is, So'ee, HroatJc lot)), (cilm lnrs innil,tr (nr fall are Mid niiht Illut , RollJe (irern, 1'inwn, Hlat lts and l'urplr. M'IS $l!).,'s'l y.'M $31.85 MF'M! VII. .'-KHMS l( I Ml VV. ... r.-ivinr; .laily many ri w amt mail iiool i I i lii .tt -.ly, I'm Ik to )ir a Ini ' liin -,i i .' i. Vc nil Jmwi i:- 1 1 . I .inv -.v.inleil iiiah rial ina l l.-.lliv lullltllll Myli- '...II.. ll.il.liy lilies ,r' ItllllWII .n ..l., !-. I- .ml ,.i 111 ! .1 , ; ill, its litiii scalltipril lllli'ts .in i il.ills ' A !hi 1 ' lillllii lll if Ml'S mud IV'W loll shades Iii vil.tt fi'ini ,M .. .111. ill iivsnrtctn is,f Si'U (.ti p.- ,, I ml!,- ,ml .Sail, 1 ( I. ..in., n o al $ to $ I G.HH. NLW V I, I)l'f.Ss.' !" I f,..-n-d, lirpe shipments nf new models for fall wear. I'arli' id.ir (llc-ntion is railed to the wonderful thowmi of Sc 11 1, ,-nd SiI'k Dresses for the going- away coHeije pirl. I. aut if til niolt Is, mtnlerately priced, in lilac h, navy, Kiis?iai, qr.-cn ,?nd brown, ize 14 to 20 and 3-1 lo 41. .f!l.?K, $12. IS, $iB.5D, $18.75, $22.50, $24.98. See the prrtly comhinalions of Satin and Serge Chiffon and Satin, and many plain ones of heauliful quality French Serge, fiahcrdine, Satin C'hirmture and Crepe Meteor in number of ptrasint; fa!l shades. 'I he iklrt.s Arc particularly pretty, with lopp. t'ini.., tc tiirdinn cu- nide pl iit-d and plair models; a! I di esses are -imarllv f nii'n-d with patent leather belts or crush'-d Korrnn stripes or satin rirdles -ith tie-baclt ends. S-l.ii-5 !o $19.8. ' Here are the reasons why we ran sell for less: "The Jones Way," sellint frr cah on an economical basis and buying for cah in larte q-ianlihc-,. .lu.l a few of our evrryday prices: Diari-ond D Sheets 49c Slandard Ca'ii 11, v'i' 4q (,,-nui.ie Toil l)u No.'ri .. iham, yard 10c (icnume Amokc ; .(aol-- (.intham only 5c (irnuine Amcsltea "'i't alcdown" Outing, newest fall put terns 0c All Wool 3fi inch Series, usually sold for 75c, Jones' Way 49c 27 inch Silk Poplins 4ge Good Pepperill Shectim 20c Mope Domestic yard 7 l2c VISIT BARGAIN BASEMENT - BARGAINS SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK ON -I "MOST OF THE BEST I OR THE LEASF Corner fiili aim) Nk "The Busy Corner"