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SOCIETY NOTES FROM Saturday lth Mr. K. C. Shlndler. At th meeting Mr I). It. Hill wni elected delegate to the meotin of Hit Kirm ItlHirirt of the Texan Fed eration of Women' Clnim nt Qiiatuih which nieetn In May, unit Mrs Tiny, I A. Cooper wh udected ultimate. NEIGHBORING TOWNS DAI. H i: i. Mi-" . :ii. ( ,irr. H i; he rii;irri .! to Mr tt.lH III.' ' ,j home iif lr Kl Karw.' .1 tl li .) ii nd Mr K "f H'-ry (.in . U 1,1,1. pr. no t.i Mi ninny fri.-iidH. mid t,,,, livery nf i ,,. gin. a ,. iiaK. ,, win, (, Jlltt-rt-HI ;in, lii n hy in,. inli ,i. . lini' : v iih s,-r I cles w ur lit; ai, ; j rolnr .l.ar lo t lie KmerOd l.-l. At i ' J a late hoir the itnests departed. The club will meet n t with Mi-,-.. i how. II t-X j r . ,1.. .: ",rr lill.i.Ts. r ;, I tie ! i;:fi. n;iiT l.y ...r Nlii,iir fur the comltiK hride tirtn; 1 . 1 r r ' ' days of wedded t ! i it y - 41 Mr II I". tireennajsU a hos-t.-sM to Hie cihhini t'luli Wednesday af'.rtiiHiii. tde Icstmi Ileitis (in flu llcfi rmution In KiirIhihI Mt-n M.irv I'ltKi rul.l hk l'.id"r I cli Imi-' t ff r-sli ni.n t s er erved Tin' ln'' "ill hold itt next meet iiii; willi Mi (' A. I'dil. April Tth. i) Til.' i;:;;tn'H Literary I lull mi l .' ; "k . I.. II,.. ,U f xi... 'I i'it. i An ,!.. r.-'i f t : I SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 2fi, 1915. TV )-r?:V ii "Two Fairs" for "One Fare" Los &AQ OA San Diego Angeles yu.tiv San Francisco The only line having Through service to the Pacific Coast. NO TRANSFERS EN ROUTE FASTEST AND BEST STANDARD EQUIPMENT , MODERN PULLMAN SLEEPERS FRED HARVEY MEALS THE GRAND CANYON WAY For further particulars write, call on or phone R. E. JOHNS, Agent. Phones 85S or 1018. Ixirrnlne Walker on Saturduv, April ::rd - o- Tlie Auction ItrldK'' t'luli wilt en d rtulneil Friday iflerno, n hv xlrt Kloyd A. t'oopor, tile high Miire lie- iiiK m!' hy Mm. It II. IIII ivll rloim refretihnientii were nerved. - o Mrs H (' Sliindler was luetic tr tlie St. .lame Cull. I 1'iliifHil.iT afternoon nt which iiieetitiK Ini'ltiem report were mad... Mr .1 ('. t'.al ItmIIIi will lie lionteM next W ed ties day. Mr V. W. Moore, who recently moved with In r husliand to Dona ton, return, d to Dali an Tuesday alleriioon and left tlie follow I UK ilJV lor their new home with her to miiis. V:t,-r nod llenrv. who have been i-!t!r,f uitli friill'li in I'al hart hIiii'4 the family moved Mr and Vr Kloyd A t'ooper en tertained five tallies with Hid Whift I'rlday evening, the 1 1 i t; Ii srore lie Inr made by Mr oy XV. Thonipson and Mrs tleo Walker The mlor scheme of red and white was carried out In the flower, scor,. cards and refreshment!. The follow iiic pliest' wire pies.-nt Mr and Mo t'lil fold Hr.il, Mrs Win Iteverly. t' ami Mrs J It ev, rly. Mrs 1 I' fall. Mr Htid Mrs W c .tones. Xlr and Mrs II I. M, lull. u. Mr and Mis .1 r Moore. Mr and Mis f Ii Mitnd.iy, Mr and Mrs Hoy XX' Thotnp ion. Mr. and Mis (' llerhet l Walker and Mr and Mrs tie,, XV a I l,er A very in I crest i ii tr eiiieit.iinm.nl was (tiven ui tin- N'orthsnle Mciho ilist Church Thursday iiikIiI to a l,iri:e and uppreciai ive audience. Tl., prof r.i in coinl-ieii of oi.il s,,,is hv Mis Aiilitey .larrell. diamalic read I n nt. hy Mis-, tillie MrCiiinilck ami piano selections y Mi s X'irKinIa I id-mi, en) Ii of whoui was award cd w,ll in, Tin .1 praise for her et forts. II "The Grand1' WOMEN'S' SPECIALTY SHOP We are showing everything that is new and up-to-the-minute in style. NEW SUITS, COATS SKIRTS, DRESSES AND WAISTS. Our Prices arc the talk of the town. "Ash the Woman Who bought her Suit here." Our Waists at S2.75 are the best Waist val ues ever shown in Amarillo. Everything in stock is new and up-to-date; nothing carried over from last season. Our representative in New York has a personal interest in this business and is constantly on the lookout for merchandise that is new, and stylish. We are constantly receiving new novelties. What we offer you: STYLE VALUE SERVICE "The Grand" Polk and T' c' " He Daylight Corner JIT TEACHERS' MEET SpeeJtil to Th NIM. CANYON'. Tex.. Mar.-!, -JT.- Can yon Ik enioyitiK to the fnlleM ettoiit the I'anhniidlc T,fllor Association, wlilrli Is in session in ; the Normal huildinr. A iimrli larpr nuniher nf tea. her at" prPMont. than linv his'ii in attetiilatu ,. ut Hits j" iicit lion lii several year, allil I'very one Minis to lie h -ui nit a pleasuul miuI a profitablw time T!,,. i ef i-.t ral hoi Iiiis Ti nt hJ rnnhldernhly over a hun dred. ' " Tht ehftdt of the Stlvrton. W hite 1 1,-er. Hale C. iiti r. and Can yon pulillr sclmols. and nf the Texas Stale N'nrnial domes! ii -.clem ... tnaiiiial 1 1 aiiiliii:. 'i il and iraiimn' school departments. l,ot. excelleni Irainihp nn l real skill In various l:in s of w ork The a I, In s. I -- d. li, n d dm in" the two s....si,iis of I'riitav wr ' hi.'h oual'iy ami won- from p. t I whose very fa, lal epr. -sloim show ed i-iil liusiasm and love lor the . - t i lational profession We Hill ii ipaic n.'iny more food linn from the v.. - ions t P a t a'c to follow I he normal school Mi-pcn let lass work for KridayV ,.jkii,s an I a ti it in . r o ilie siinlcti!. pros.,.-. I.u I'anhaiidle !iaclier. r.ni.ed III. Iilicfit ol this ex.-ellet.t pri.fr. (Ill j iii, lax . I he norm.-il v ork ill I"' jiarri.-d on hy r. f nl ir profr im. and ! the visitors hae hc. n inu'ed I" i , i i ( ! e x an., ii - dep.Ti Mi' i:l ' ' 1 1 1' iii j ' h,. mom i ne l.ors III.IMMt Miles lo XXe.l. I si l'WTOS. l'a . M ir. h L'7 - An ll.t. r.-MtiU 'cll. re roloal ce is to, ha,- a jovful itilmiiiation In far . V.mi'.a. when Mi ll.len I Indues of tils iix orrpli'te- a I". tuiicj ' jourtiev I.' the I'l'I'IppltH'H Mi-si Hodi-.s todax I.eB.m her lolif tilp alone. r, p.xfil s,iri-. Il wa- while. Ii.. was t.-ni lniiir school in ttie m i'li ha! -lie f T-t met l.lltuTt S I'rc7 the hero of Mie rolnaloe e il .i.si a teacher and la'cr uppomtcd .! . x i- .. ri industrial uperusor of S' hoi, s f Manila Mi-s Modfes ts .. in In-r of a p'oi'iln.-n' fnmih here She complete I ;i roii'.e at !'.,, ion S. hool of lloll.c :r s I' ll' hi.,! t.i'.rVi in the south at li.irl.n: ton S-iiiinarx at e-i rh" t(.. (tirrMli I annul l Cnnd I i'r. I.O . Al'l'l.l. AT lnS a- ' i I e I atit'Ol f '11, Il I l.e " a' of t '' a-e Catarrh Is a l.inod or inn M ' I I it I dl-e.i e. ai.. I iii ord'T t. ( ,-, it ii,. I'lu-t take i:-.ti rt.al ren . i - II 'II atirrh I u re ijiVen l..!,rn I '. and ,' ret!x opori i'i(- l.'.-o t a-,,! i:m 'nt surfaies llaU' I rifarrh I i, re I not a ,iia,k I - d i",. I- - I""--, ril e I l,y oi f I I... I,, t phxsni.itis in this limn ry (,,r xe-ir. ai d i a r'T ilar r- , r ,pt .',1, I ' It iw H'1-.l l.f t ',e ' e' "" cs kr.o' n. i 'in tc ai d with n i I t h.i'd p i r i f ' . I'Ui.f rlirt-t'x ,1 I'e I!,c Ol irfji, 1 'e ,er(..,' r iti.l.iti iti , ii of the two lirre.! . ha! pn.'lie i' h "'.rd'Tful T si't In r'.r rr itarrh Seti l f ir i!:riion' il. fr. e f I I IIKSKV A CO . lT',i . T" le,'i,. 11 s! t.jr liri.rt.-tt pr'.e ?" 1 V.. .ill'. I am I'.'.N f..' . '. ( Xdx i J V ol Mom! iv I't-i-. 1 1 lunn I'iri. ..e . In a at ' on Tlie:. I re. fixe -! I I'".-! '. ,'t, U ,i l- Jl.ved hv V'.t , r I i;.x .o-ic rn. iu i n n m ' ai i iv-a. ii ' i i -i i if i ..i V v ;. r--r- , I 1: ' I i' t I " 17 , " f r It t x ' II' V . J. OiXt-VV 4j G t Show tXM Yon eek a t JO 9 Monday March 29 to Saturday, April 3 NEW COAT SUITS In Serges, Gaberdines, Coverts and fancy mater ials. We are prepared to show you the newest shad es of Military Blue, Sand, Putty and the ever popu lar Sheppard checks. Our coat suits are tailored by the foremost tailors in America. We are showing these famous "Redfern" and other valuable makes at $12.48, S14.98, S19.98 and S24.98. Please com pare and note that these are sold in most stores at $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $32.50. IN THE SKIRT DEPARTMENT The new skirts are very stylish and the materials are excellent. Ask to see some of the newest mod els. We have them in many materials, such as Rom poer Chudaline and Ser ges. The price range is $3.98 to S12.48. THE NEW COATS The Military" and 'The Tipperary" effects are most pronounced in the spring coats. We show some very desirable styles moderately priced. Some in serpes ti inn.ed in braids and buttons, some in new battleship gray covert, some in sand sbaJe covert, handsomely tiiir.rr.rd. The prices are $f.98, S9.98, S12.48nr.dtx.n4.0S. We are sitc you v'ii !)? pleas ed with our cc?!s and the savin? is nMirrabJe. "T? i T ,?'. ' - ' I r-a r ' Visit the Bargain Basement OUR NEW DRESSES Especially pleased are we with our wide variety of late cost'.'::. for street, afteir...'! ,i;d evening wear and r,r,f ei Epinga line?, wool j.l;n el'th, Crepe i!e Cl.ir.es, Ta'lles, Poplins, Ca:.rr.dr, etc.; the eclor rnnrr b coinplete. Our prices am S t to $24.98. We fsel confident you iV'uM be able to get just the 'res.; lilt ill pler.fe nnd fit you. n This will be Ready-to-Wear Week. Wre will have more than pa thousand garments on dis play. We cordially invite you to visit our garment section apt! r.'low us to show you these pretty things. Come look as much as you please, there is no sMkilion to buy, nor have we forgotten the important thing of price, for we are ;ri i.; io do a large Ready-to-Wear business and are satisfied with the smali profit a::d !h quick turn-over. Remember this, that we have a very complete alteration Jcpprlnurt and all garments are guaranteed to be altered correctly, and best of all, this service i absolutely free. Jones Corner Sixth and Polk JHPV FIGHTING PRICES DOWN Goods "The Busy Corner"