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Society! MRS. D. A. CROCKETT, Editor. TeleDhone 2245. j j! Mail IteniB to 320 Rector Avenue. * ♦ WBDNKW'IHY, MAY 20— 'Woman's Missionary Society of Park Avenue M. K. church. Sewing Circle, Jewish Temple. Arlington o ..cert. Majestic concert. Roekafellow concert. THURSDAY, MAY 21 Altar Society of St. John Catholic a .cliurcli. I Ladies' Aid of oran e Street I’res S'by terian church. Sans I’ariel club; ho le s, Mr:i, M. t J. Murphy. •Arlington eoncort. Majestic concert. Rch kafellow concert. I TU !» \ Y, MAY 22 Majestic informal dance. Lawn social by Christian l.adic ’ * Aid society; hostess, Dr. and Mrs. iSBjr John Fowkos. Arlington concert. Roekafellow concert. C VTURDAY, MAY 22 levelling free musicale, First Dap list cliurcli. Arlington informal dance. Roekafellow concert. Majestic concert. (Sewing Circle. The Sowing Circle will nmol at the temple this afternoon ami sew on linen for the Leon N. Levy hospital. The hostesses for the occasion will be Mcadaines Karl Mendel and Albert Visitors arc always welcome. Re ft eshments arc alawys served. Mem bers and visitors usually contribute £.'• cents eacli. A Coming Treat. Too much praisa cannot be given the Presbyterian ladies for engaging tile Schubert Symphony club and I .-ft cly Quartet of Chicago to appear Uiere on May 22 at the First Presby terian church. This company is in its twenty-fifth year of success, and is acknowledged everywhere to be the most “up-to-date” musical com pany traveling. everybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. A delightful blending of pure. Stomach Trouble; . Wholly Restored! Jy . r«. Wilson iAjV JKobinun, 744 j Nessle St., Toledo, Ohio, i writes: $ . "1 feel like a new p won. J I have no 9 mac heavy a feelings, no mor* pain, don't belch up gas. can eat most anything without it hurting rne. I want to be working all the time. I havi gained twenty - four pounds. Sreopie that jSBMmm J: BC6 m« now Mr*. W il*on Robison. * and saw me two months ago seem astonished. I tell them Peruna did it- I will say It is the only remedy for spring and all other ailments.” No argument Is needed for Peruna Just get a bottle and try it. If you have catarrh <>f the stomach you have a serious trouble. If you want t<jt>1 a remedy It would be very easy to Blake the experiment. Before you have taken Peruna a week you wilt likely find yourself better, then you will need no testimonials on the part of other people, or arguments to con vince you. Until you try Peruna, however, all the testimonials In tho world and arguments, however log ical. will not move you. Just one trial of Peruna will convince you. / • persons who object to liquid medi cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. fun and fine musiic is one reason why the above company has won its way to the top notch of public esteem. Cookson Klein Engagement. The many friends of .Mr. Chester Klein have read with much interest H!ii* announcement of his engaged) *nt and approaching marriage to .Miss Geraldine Cookson ot Cincinnati, U. Tlie wedding will take place June :iu at tlie Church of the Advent, in Cin cinnati, and be followed by a re op tion at tlie home of the brides pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cook son. I lie ha.ppy couple will sail on July i for Europe. Before returning they will visit at the home of the groom’s unde, near Frankfort, Germany. The attendants at the wedding will .ho: Mrs. Arthur Weller, matron of liionor; .Miss Ernestine Klein of To peka, Kail., and Miss Marion Cookson of Kansas City, bridesmaids; Mr. Arthur Weller, best man, and the groomsmen, Messrs. Jerome Howard, I.ester Johnson of Kentucky, Mil liain Hchrieher and Kicliard Kinchin* . Ont-tof-town guests who will at lend the wedding include: Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Klein and Miss l.ila iti< of this city: Mrs. S. M. Thomas of Topeka, Kan.; Mr. ami Mrs. T. ,1. Cookson of Kansas City. •Mr. Chester Klein was reared in J this city, where he received his edu cation prior to going away to college. !!e is the son of ..Mr. K. F. Klein, one of the most prominent citizens ol tills j city, whose business interests are many and varied. He is a director in t.Hie Arkansas National hank, is pro pi fetor of a mercantile business, is a line druggist and a leading stock holder in the Park Hotel company. He lias been prominently identified with the leading business, educa tional and social interests of Hot Springs. Mr. Chester Klein is a young man of brilliant mind, great energy, affa bility and very attractive in manner and physique. He was always a very bright student when attending the city schools and this year he will complete his education, graduating from tlie University of Cincinnati, where he Hias been a student in the mechanical department. Following the honeymoon tr ;> abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Klein will re turn to Cincinnati, where they will male llieir home. Mr. Klein engaging in business in that city. The best wishes of a host of friends will accompany (lie happy couple on ilheir niatrimonal voyage. Mrs. Rowland's Luncheon. The attractive home of Dr. and Mrs. John F. Howland was tiie scene of a charming luncheon and card party yesterday afternoon tendered by Mrs. Howland complimentary to her guests, Mesdames Robert Cald well, J. \V. Kirkwood, F. Thompson and li. Bradshaw, all of Little Hock. The delicious, elaborate luncheon was served in five courses. Sweet peas arid smilax were used in profu sion in effecting a most artistic table decoration. Bach place card was accompanied by a floral favor of sweet pens, tile colors being matched for partners in the 500 games whtUi followed, The parlor and reception hall, where the card tables were placed, were embellished with sweet peas. Mrs. Walter Halsey won the first prize, an embroidered linen sofa pi! Jow, and Mrs. J. W. Martin won the consolation prize, a table runner. Bach of the lour honorees were presented with a solid silver Hot ■Springs souvenir spoon. Those present were: Mrs. U. A. Simpson, Mrs. Waldron Draughon, Mrs. B. M. Colin, Mrs. J. R. Akers, Mrs. Charlie Davis,, Mrs. Walter Hal sey, Mrs. Arthur Henderson Mrs. Frank Howies, Yliss Rutlh Moore of I W. G. WILLEY, Successor to |j I BuschSistersHatShop | I The Latest Millinery & I White Hats White Feathers f| I White Fancies White Ribbons g I White Roses White Flowers ■ P The new English Sailor <M H p black or white - - - «P 1 dllu <p£.vJ ■ N™,o“k.or,”“SJIrt'i"79can(l95c I oats Worn at a Saucy Angle MTT>RTTMMER hats, gay with flow ers, are worn at a tilt. Either they are posed at ttie right and lifted at the left with upturned brim or they incline over the eyes and are high at the back. Flowers fill in ttto brims and spaces at tlie lifted portions of the brim. Or they are used in other positions on the hat with rib bons filling in at the side or back. Flowers are pre-eminent in summer millinery. Roses of silk or muslin or gauze vie with those of the garden in beauty. Two examples of flower-trimmed hats are given here that are distinc tive and tasteful enough to command admiring attention in any gathering. They are medium in size, and beauti fully shaped. Not all shapes can be worn, at the saucy angle which is so captivating on youthful wearers, and unless the hat is made with this pose in view, the tilt is out of place and not attractive. At the top and right of the picture the same hat is shown in two views. It i", ef leghorn straw, with brim rolling up at the left side. The entire crown Ik covered with lovely gauze roses In Texarkana, Mrs. J. E. Harper, Miss Rosa Rowland, M. I'., the four honor guests and the hostess. Progressive Euchre. A progressive euclm will he given by the ladles of St John-, church ; t the Waukesha hotel this evening at s o'clock. Tickets will be 2."> cents. f —— ■ ■» ■ ■« [Personals ! tMr. Ralph llowder, traveling pa senger agent of the Frisco railroad, with headquarters in Memphis, was •n the city yesterday. Mr. W. A Muse, travelin ■ passed ger agent of the Sen hoard Air lane, with headquarters in Memphis, was in the city yosterdav. Mrs. F. (', Harrington gave a de lightful larewell party for Mr. and. Mrs. It. P. Slump, who will return to their home, Augusta, Ark., Thursday. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. O. I*. Slump, Mrs. Taylor. Min neapolis; Mrs. I (lallaher, St. I.ouis; Father Kenny, Hr. 1. A. Williams, Hot Springs; Mr. S. H. Amis. Mr. George 11. Lower yesterday re ceived a message announcing the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Renj F. Hopkins of Lakewood, Ohio. Mr . Hopkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. ,wer of till is eitv. F. J. Green left yesterday for Stutt gart, where lie goes as the delegate from the Hot Springs Knights Tem plar to the grand coinmaiulery con clave held in that city today. John A. Riggs left yesterday for Little Rock, where he attends the Arkansas Press association conven tion, after which he will lake in the itinerary of the state arranged by ihe editors. Col. S. W. Fordyce is expected to arrive in the city tomorrow on a busi ness visit of several days Rheumatism Quickly Cured. "My sister's husband had an at tack of rheumatism in his arm,” writes a well known resident of New ton, Iowa. "I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment which he ap plied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism was gone.” For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing better than Cham berlain’s Liniment, old by all dealers. -n— TRUNKS AT HALLS. Drugs, rapid, frpe delivery. Phono 645 Public Drug Co. 4-2 tf -o Strawberry Ice cream, pure cream and fresh fruit. Public Drug Co. white, with a blush of pink toward their centers. At the left four ruffles of lace, edged with a narrow strip of leghorn braid, are placed against the crown. They repeat llie line of the brim and add the requisite height to the crown. There is a drape'of blue velvet rib bon about tlie crown, with a bow at tho side. In this particular hat the bow is placed at a daring angle sel dom found in the graceful millinery of the season. A pretty hat, covered with moire, i3 shown In the second figure. It is the simplest of round sailor, trimmed with plaitings of moire ribbon and a w reath of roses, forget rne-nots and wheat. The long flower wreath is carried over the brim to the bandeau and terminates at the back A long i sash < i moire falls from a bow on the ; bandeau. She who aspires to wearing a hat j much tilted to the side rfiust be very sure her style will carry it off. A little tilt is becoming to almost every wearer, but a pre.nWnfccd angle is out of the question for tome faces JULIA 30TT0MLEY. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE. Bargain of a lifetime, S-passongor roadster, fully equipped. Apply 1X17 Central avenue. 3-2U tf KIRK—THE TAILOR. He will make your *ult, do yon* (■loaning and pressing. 123 Central PlJone 8XX. 10-7-tf Grigsby's Liv-ver lax, that delicious liver syrup, has displaced calomel In nearly every home. Good for grown ups and children alike. Ask R. G. Morris Drug Co. TRUNKS AT HALL’S. 4 2Xtf -V.TJTKI* Debating tlic Rood points of various s iocs tlc> decision is always Riven to the WAI.KOVKK because so many Rood arRii nieiits may be advanced in its favor. The model shown is an ‘■Eng lish" with "recede" toe. invis ible eyelets, low heel, broad shank—flat troau. Hack and Mahogany—(The new tan shade.) $3.50, $4 Kempner’s | The Shoe Store Ahead | Great Reduction Sale of Trimmed Hats Values to Values to $1650 $16.50 92 Fine Trimmed Flats in dark colors, which we offer at this great reduction, as we must dispose of them at once in order to make room for our mid-summer trimmed hats. Don’t fail to take advantage of this great money saving. Remember, Hats to $16.50 for $3.98. All Untrimmed Hats, 1 QQ 1 Values to $7.50.^ ! .1J*J u—I »iawi,—, —»amwmi.«J r—I W. • . ** .(MUM. • WftMWWKIMBfrrf.-JH. II III* —>« f ■ —f» ft TELEPHONE 337 I EXPERT WITNESSES ON DISTRIBUTION OCCUPY MOST OF SECOND DAY IN BIG DAMAGE SUIT PEND ING IN CIRCUIT COURT. Testify That the Appliances Used by the Local Company Arc Standard and Approved by the Gas Experts. Kxhibits <if pressure reduction compliances, together wiili the lesli mony of experts on the question of the appliances used by the Consiiiu ins' (ias company in the distrihuiiun of its gas in this city, and any quail tity of Idg exhibits for the jupy to examine, furnished the feature of in terest in the trial of the civil s u pending iii circuit court yesterday wherein Mrs. Lillian Burg of Mia ncapolis is plaintiff and tlie Consum crs‘ (las company and Mattar Broth cr arc defendants. The testimony of tlit? witnesses for tlie plaintiff was finished shortly li i*r.‘ tlie noon hour, and there wa some hours afterwards spent betwc n Judge Cotliam and the attorneys in the argument for certain instruction, to tlie jury, which were refused later by the court., and the taking ol fut tber evidence in the ease was i sumed. Tlie case is one likely to occupy all of today, displacing on the cal endar such cases as might have lie n scheduled for trial today, arid which cases will have to go over until much later time probably because of a two riay adjournment during tills week iliat the lawyers and all interested may attend the annual convention of the Arkansas Bar association to he field in Little Roc1' On the testimony adduced by ex perts yesterday on tftie stand it was shown that in the installment of the natural gas appliances in this city the company lias provided tlie stand ard and recognized appliances, and that the construction of tlie gas sys tem here is such as would meet the approval of experts on construction generally. Your liver lacks Grigsby's Liv-ver lax. Try a bottle today. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ask R. G. Morris Drug Co. -o • - T)r. M. O. Thompson has returned to Hot Springs and ran he found at Ids old offices, over I-enily'a drill? ■tore. 4-1 ltf mmmmmmwmmmmm—»»r.«uinMi — n n wi— i— —■» mmmmmmm ■« PREACHER SELLS CHURCH. Takes This Method of Collecting Sal ary He C'aims Due Him. Ilartlesville. Okla., May lb. die* cause members of the Kpworth Meth odist church tailed to pay him back salary amounting to $lu, Rev. H. ('. Breeso, pastor, sold the church build* lug yesterday. Today a force of workmen prepared to remove the building. In ten minutes a crowd of one hundred men, women and chil dren surrounded the workmen and a free lor al fight sooa was in progress. A riot call brought Sheriff .Ionian and several deputies, who restored older and placed several guards round the buildin" Mr Reese asserts lie lias received only $u; in salary since last Novem lur and that the sale of the church bidding was ordered by the church board at its quarterly conference. - o — — —— HILDRETH’S NEW STORE AND ICE DEPOT. John W. Hildreth has moved his Ice depot, grocery and market from "(17 Ouachita to 9iK! Central avenue, where he will be glad to greet old and new customers In his handsome new quarters. Habitual constipation and all liver troubles ?an be cured by using Grigsby’s Liv-ver-Lax.. Ask R. G. Mor ris Drug Co. -o Let Sorrell r Drug Oo. look after j 'W »o/lkv Ivishlng Worth Crowing About t Comparison of results and profits before rf:' and after using -y Oratts, Poultry , i f / —9 Regulator U pko* Sic, 50c. 60c, $1.00: Si lb. patl $2.50 ' ^ ♦ ho jrrrat t«*nlc and conditioner is sura to make you • permanent friend of nil Pratta Products. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back Pmlf* I.ice Killer. Powder 2i»c and WV. Also® ^ Spring net (ity. Sure death to all danKerous vcriuiu. licfu-v substitutes; Insist on Pratta. (Jet Pratta 160 pogt Poultry Book 0 For Sale by Williams & Lcckctt, S. A.Sammons & Son. 3061. b Wt, i.. ■■ -£:■ ^ . 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