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foot counts for so mueli In a wo man's appearance! The shoe must have style—the verv lat est; it must not violate digni fied good taste; and It must suit the occasion. Careful wo men are in the habit of finding all these things in The Hanan Shoe The reputation for quality of ■workmanship in these slua-s has been built up during sixty years. We carry these shoes in order to satisfy you—as we carry the best lines in men's and chil dren’s shoes in order to sntisfy other customers we want. A vital element is fit; we take I care of tliat, too. ! ItoJftfmpner Bn. y<c Shoe Store Ahead” F <4oO LATE TO CLASSIFY. P - 'RENT -Two nicely l'u: nifihed P'rooms, ensuite, private bath and toi let. Telephone 104*5 or inquire man ager Western Union. 3-28-31 FOR RENT Modern rnriushed two room apartments, 133 Orange St Phone 1103. 3-28-tf ________ o Imported lace and embroidery sale for tlie benefit of St. .loltu'si church next to Princess theater. 3-28-1 \v MUSICALS AT HOTEL GODDARD. Musical* this evening in file par lors of the Hotel <»oddard at 8:30. G-iiests and llieir friends are cordially invited. • vi: w a: v# w v.f v.: tgj ^ ^ Willey’s Hat Shop 230 Ouachita Ave. Bet. Como and Moody Hotels Smartest Millinery In Hot Springs We Specialize $5.00 8 $7.50 I14TS Society 0, A- CROCKETT. Viliphou# U4I D. A- CROCKETT. Bdlt#r Mail items to 120 (Rtrland An. WITH THE CLUBS. Sans Pariel Club. \ favorite subject of st^'lv wtth the liter; ry clubs Ibis wee/ it W01llJ s'em, lias been "Arkansas •> The re. search and discussion .ulVP impressed upon .iil tlie varied posKlbiliUes of Arkansas with her wondWful re sources. (, Thursday afte»|0on the Sans Pa riel Club met itf, rpR11,ur s ,SH|on for the enjoyment/rof a„ Arkansas pro. f a'" at the ^ome of Mrs. A Bill low ^lo^ar street. rr"'/Ute to Arkansas” was tho suij-ct roj] ouj| an(j elicited re sponse/^' Rave information ot upi r'jo^iriat - character. ‘.Arkansas Admitted to the Union" u ,'d the naming of the various gov ernors was the subject of a talk bv '.Mrs. il. H. Hell. The subject of other talks and papers were: "The Waters and Minerals of Arkansas," by Mrs. Hililow : "Fruits and Flowers of Arkansas,” by Mrs. B. Gross: "Arkansas’ Manufacturers and TbMr Products," by Mrs. M .7. Murphy; "Principal Cities and Rivers of Ar kansas," by Mrs l. V. (offers; Hat ties Fought on Arkansas Soil." by Airs. F. .(. \V Hart, and “Possibilities of Arkansas." by Mrs. Calvin Webb. Mrs. Calvin Webb was leader for (lie day. The election of delegate and alter t:.;it * to the A F. W. C. meeting In Fayetteville resulted in the following choice: Mrs. Hart, delegate, an.l Mrs. dross, alternate. Ihiriug tlie soeial hour the hostess served refreshments, a much en joyed feature of the afternoon’s en tertainment. Cook Literary Society. The high school Cook Literary So ciety held the preliminary contest | Friday evening for both piano and reading. The entire program was both in teresting and edifying. | The piano contest narrow d down [to three members of the Cook So ciety Opal Harsh, Nadine Allen and Miss Ruth Thompson, and a: the eon elusion the judges awarded first honor to Nadine Allen, who played Oreig’s "Butterfly." I.itt! ■ Miss Allen, though a sophie more, is quite young, and is consid ered a very unusuai pianist. For throe years sue has been a pupil of Mrs. Irma Chinski Hogue and lias been called upon to do considerable public playing. Oaklawn Club. Tlie Oaklawn Club members antici pate a delightful meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis iv Bloom, and Miss l.ydia Howell will entertain jointly. As the day will be all fools’ day, a foolish program has been arranged which promises much merriment. All former members and all those now members of the club are invited to be present. College Girls’ Club. The College Girls’ Club met yester day afternoon with Miss Bernice Fellheimer, at her home on lower Central avenue. A brief program was rendered. Vocal solo, "Stille Wie l>ie Xacht" -Miss Juanita Gilliam Vocal solo, "If I Had You”—Miss Juanita Gilliam. Tcjk by Mrs. F. M. Williams, the founder of the club. Plano solo, "Caprice" (Ph. Leach oti/.kyi, by Miss Frames Horner. After the program the young .ipdies played five hundred At tie coat'Umion of the afternoon the hos tess sef-yid a salad course. Musical Art Club. The Musical Art Cub held Its reg ular meeting Tuursday aft'moon in the music room of the Kordyce bath house. Miss Josephine Brown wa* the hostess and the composer of the afternoon was Mendelssohn The program Included: Paper, "The Ideal Mendelssohn,” by Mrs. \Y. K. Lake. A piano solo with violin obligato, “Andante,” from Concerto Opus 25, Practically a New Market Increased Business Galls For Modern Equipment ■I have just installed n complete cold storage system in my market—increased buslm -s demanded it. I can now care for the meats 1 handle as they should he cared for. Three large display refrigerators filled iwith all varie ties of the choicest eats of Kansas City meats obtainable from our foremost packers, and h -pt to One Certain Degree of Temperature i by a Urecht Cold Storage Machine—the most complete article of its kind made. 1 am in a better position to handle the orders of all my old * customers, also, to win and hold new ones which 1 am sure to do ®if the very highest grades of meats, careful and polite attention, and the low eat. prices will do it. I GERSMAN'S MARKET ANxCHiTA AVENUE PHONE 597. ___ by Misses Josephine Brown ami Adele Johnson. Violin solo. "Berceuse. ” from Joey In, by Edward Cuvaziel; Miss Frames Hardin, accompanist. Trio (ai "Tannhauscr,” by Mrs. Hugh Steel, 'll" Jacques Manier and Prof. Dierieh. Several exquisite violin solos by Prof. Dierich concluded a lovely pro gram wnich was especially enjoyed. Oaklawn S. I. A. Entertainment. The entertainment given by the S< hoo improvement Asfueiation of t:ie Oaklawn school Friday evening was well attended and most enjoy able Messrs. M Hose, Houston Emory and Hump Williams made talks, and musical numbers were rendered by Misses Frances Hardin, Una Cot ham. Alta McGee, Mollic Hollings head and Lydia Howell. Headings were given by Dr. It. J. Lewis and Miss Mildred House. After the program, sandwiches, cookies and coffee were served. The refreshment committee included Mesdames L K. Bloom, James Spa,go and Hube Gilliam. Mrs. A. llogaboom, Mrs. Houston Finery and Miss Una Gotham were the reception committee. A neat sum was realized Hie school improvement fund. * * * Dance and Card Party The Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors will give a dance and card party \ the O. F. hall Wednesday night, .\ -eli ill. A good time is an ticipated >»^d all are invited to come. « Woman's Missionary Society. The Woman's Missionary Sod tj of Central M. E. Cnurch will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs W. O. Beauchamp, 49L' Pros pect avenue. This will lie the regu lar monthly social meeting. All menib. rs and their friends are cor dially invited to attend. n * * Mrs. Edward S. Caviezel and Sister, Mrs. Fringer, Honorees Mrs. T. .1. O'Neill entertained Sat nrelax ai her home on West Grand avenue in Honor of Mrs. Caviezel and her sister, of St. Joseph, Mo. These ladies have been spending the winter here but will leave next month, to the regret of their many friends, who hope they will return next win tor. These ladies are prominent in social affairs in their home city. Those enjoying this hospitality were Edward Caviezel, ,lr„ Miss Crystal Caviezel, Mrs. Fringer and daughter, Miss Olive, and Miss Weissert. * * * ANNOUNCEMENTS. The executive committee of the .Missionary Society of Third Street Methodist church will meet at the church Monday afternoon at 2.30 o’clock. Every member is urged to attend. The executive committee of tht Associated Charities will meet Mon day afternoon, March i.MJ. at 2:30 in tne office of the Associated Chari ties at the court house. All members are urged to be present. * * * Mi's. Oeorge Schneck has returned home, after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Shelby in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Shelby was Miss Miibe! Weatherman of this city before ltcr marriage. * + * Mesdatnes T. E and Estill Holland spent yesterday in Tittle Rock. * * v Dave Kempner will return to bis home in Uttle Rock today. * * « Miss Roberta Kennedy plans to loavo soon to visit frieuds ami rela tives in Washington, D. C. * * $ Abe Kt mpner is expeeter over from Tittle Rock Monday for a month's stay. * * * Mrs dames M. Anderson lias recov ered from a three weeks' siege if la grippe * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Norwood of El Dorado have been paying a honey Tomilir Dinner For Sunday, March 28th, 12 to 1:30 p. m. The Best Meal in the City For 35 Cents. MENU. Florida Celery Queen Olives Radishes Chicken Gumbo with Rice Boast Voting Turkey with Chestnut Dressing (Cranberry Sauce) Boiled Country Ham. Hum Sauce Green Peas Candied Yams Asparagus with Drawn Butter Mashed Potatoes lettuce Salad ■Southern C-ornbread Rye Bread Cream Bread Ice Cream, Assorted Cake Coffee Tea Sweetniilk Buttermilk We have both American and Euro pean plans; 160 rooms, all outside; steam heat and modern. Your inspec lion is invited Hot Springs' largest and best popular price hotel. EASTER SHOWING -AT Mrs. E. Huff’s French Hat Shop MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 28-29. The Store Recognized for Styles and Good Merchandise We will have on display Hats from $2.50 to $18.50. You are cordially invited to inspect our stock. Don’t wait*—buy your Easter Hat early. 346 CENTRAL AYE. PHONE 1066 moon visit to their cousins, Hr. and Mrs. I. <’. DoWoody. but left Friday for a visit to Texarkana and oth -r points before returning to El Dorado. ♦ * * Miss Eva Heltzel of Little Rock i? ex pect , d today, to be the guest of Mrs. Vernal Ledgerwood. * * *■ Miss Lucile Shepherd lias no.v been confined to tier tied for a week with !a grippe. sis * * Mr and Mrs. Virginias Wilkins will return to their home in Pine Dluff tomorrow, uftt r a three weeks' visit here. sis * sjs Miss Alma Frances Dressen of Isonisville, Ky., arrived Friday to visit her aunt. Mrs. 1. (i. Broy, at 1 Cedar place. sIs :» * | Messrs. Archie Ledgerwood and Frank Kitchens have returned from Pine Bluff, where they attended tit Eagles' house warming. Edward Buchanan, a leading young member of the liar of Little Rock, was here yesterday on a visit to his par ents. Mr and Mrs. S. A. Buchanan. * * * 'Mrs. H. Stone di d at nor home In St. Louis Thursday. Deceased was a sister of Mrs A. Harris of this city, who was at her bedside when the end came. * * * Misses Bess and Mary Martin will leave Easter Sunday for Birming ham, Ala., to be the house guests of Judge and Mrs, Oscar Hundley. * * * Hat Drew, the popular New fir leans singer who has been a visitor in the city for several weeks, has re turned home. Mr. Drew is a cousin of Mrs R. (1 Davies. * * * Mr. and Mrs K. C. Baehr and litt'e daughter, Evelyn, will return to their home In Kansas City tomorrow aft -r a visit to Mrs. Bae'nr's mother, Mrs. A. G. Wyatt, on Oak street. * * * Miss Marguerite Westbrook, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alf Whittington, returned to her home in San Angelo, Texas, yester day. -o NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To Whom it May Concern: Tiiis will serve as notice that 1 have severed all my connections with the American Prepay Electric Kan Company and American Prepay Kan Company of Tennessee. Any and alt differences existing be tween the said companies and the un dersigned. its officers agents, attor neys and other employes have been amicably settled and adjusted This 25th dav of March. 1915 SI M ON W! 11 TEST (> NT. Witness: E. H. WOOTON. W. 51. TATE. Hot Springs, Ark.. March 25. 1915. 1. W. H. Tate, in consideration of the sum of one dollar, to me in hand this day paid by Simon Whitestone, receipt of which is hereby acknowl edged, and other valuable considera tion, do hereby discharge and release the said Simon Whitestone from any and all obligations to which he may he liable to me on account of any mat ter, contracts or agreements growing out of his or my connections with the American Prepay Electric Kan Com pany (an Arizona corporation) and the American Prepay Kan Company of Tennessee, or otherwise W H TATE. SIMON W1HITE8TON E. \\ it nesses: E H WOOTON. W H TATE. ARE YOU A VISITOR IN HOT SPRINGS? You are welcome at the art exhibit of tlte l^ser Decorating Company . 7:52 Central avenue. All pictures at 50 cents on the dollar. -o—- -- 25 New JCsster Suits just received at Woodcock & l-awsou * 3-27-21 .■ »••• Arrivals at Hotels •MMwMMHMMMmMM « Arlington Hotel. Mr and Mrs. R. F. MoClintock. Ma rianna. Ark.; ('. Fairbanks and E. P. 'Fairbanks, Indianapolis, Ind.; Bert Swor. Al Fields' Minstrels; Mrs. M E. Cpdike, Mrs. Benjamin H. Adams and Mrs. Frank B Coleman, St. Louis; Mr. an l Airs. .1. Kramer. CTiicago; R. B. Jaeobs, Oincinnati; Ashley Cock rell, Little Rock; George E Foster, Mellen. Wis.; Charle- \\ Young. Kan sas <’ity. Mo.; C. H Dicker son, Keo kuk. lo.va; Charles A. Benjamin, New York City; I. Baer, .'Monroe, La.; Mr. and l.Mrr.. George F Hewitt, Montclair. N I : A. B. Edwards, New York City: W. F. Keener, Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Cole, Canton, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Carl \V, Koop, little Rock: 'I honias II. Outline, .New York City. Theodore Weiss New Or leans, La.; Kdwin Is K.thuer, X' w X’orU City: H W, Elmore, St. I/ouis: William IK. Aldrich, Chicago; Mr and Mrs. .lames S. Mullen. St. 1-ouis; St. I., Stewart, New York City: Erarik H. 'Coleman, St. Louis: E. E Nine- Jr., Little Hock. Hotel Goddard. M. F. Hryant, Paducah. Ky.. 0. \\ Bmnkover, Carrollton, Mo.: Edward Maxwell, Spokane. Wash.: C A AI ingham, Vernon. Texas: .1. E. Jokey, Janesville. Texas; O. C. Sims, Oardanelle. Ark ; F E. < 'art wriR.tt, Paducah, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. £F> Cahill, Shatnokin, I’a: C !•' Hanliu tna. Fairbury, 111,: l‘. \V. I la, i'll. "101 Ranch,'*: \V, K. Leak**, Spro. <>k a.: S C Flournoy, Paris, Texn ,1. O. McClain. Spiro. Okla : II. (I Sharp, Paris, Texas: .Toe c Leonard, "101 Ranch": Miss Cora |\Vorn r, Batesville. Ark G I.. Ki keatrick, Ml. Sterling. Ky.; I.. T. Slayden. Tutkerrnan, Ark.; I li Slayden, Tin kerman, Ark.; W. II Dainmyc*-, Algonquin. 111.: Mr. and Mr- W. I' Seginer, Cmrlon. Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. II. VV. Miller. Clarion, Iowa; M. II Reid. Clarion, Iowa. .1. \\\ Hogan, Argenta A W. Mc.Ni 1 . New York C. M. Robins, Salina. Ohio; 1.. Ste phens, Dodgevllle, \Yis Hotel Como. K. S. Favmer, -St I souls; 1+ \V Giver, Chicago: K. \V. Dozier, Little Rock; K .!. Willett, Chicago; C. M Barber, Little Rock; <1. Fouler, Kan sas City; Mr. and Mrs. K \Y Bcti:< I. Kansas ( ity; William b warts. Clev« ; land: W. H. Swarts, Cleveland; t\ \\ 1 'Miller. Little Hook; \V. T. Smith. Lit-1, tlit Rock: X N\ Row II. Alamnioth 1 Springs; AN'. K. Lemley, Hope: it. H ! (Rush and wife, St. Louis: .1 (1. San ford, Chicago; A. X Lyon, Wt I unis; CL A. Monroe and wife. St .lames, Minn.; VN. J. Ueekmun, Memphis, Hotel Eastman. L. It. (biddings. Chicago; Mr. and Airs. Thomas It. Jacobs, Little Rook: T. B. Met tehee, Little Hock, ,1. p. Fit/; Hugh. Leavenworth, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. .f. VV. Donnelly. Troy, X. Y-: Miss !I>ugan Moore, Little Rock. LADIES Don't Foryet the World's Famous NEMO Smart Set Self-Reducing ) CORSETS $3 and up All the latest rnr els for stout i slender figures. First Class Fac! and Scalp Massal * o3 _L h 8 'a up lex! ISElF-REDUat^ Majestic Motel BEAUTY PAOLO Room 1. MADAM DOWLING At 339 Market St. i taking orders for all kinds of hand rrix'li. t and embroidery and has ai | ■ now onn from 1 p in to 3 p. n Phono calls answered. Phone i fjnil.jf _(>_3'2™t ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A&T? An unusual display of the old mas t' rs and modern artists on exhibition at half price—Laser's, 733 Central avenue. ---o— ■ I tv \\*pr to clean your 111 US. Telephone :u: and ‘•lias, llotehltiss, M>tr. CAItl'lCTS an 1 "■■Ki'li will . . U, 3-tu-tr 'A . ^- JC h To Wire Your Home TO WIRE YOUR HOME for electric service it is not necessary to go to a lot of bother and have your house all torn up for a week. Up-to-dane electricians do their work quickly and neatly, and even if it is necessary to take up some flooring to conceal the wires you will be surprised how neatly it can be done. Electric service in your home means more than electric light. You have at your command all day long a ready and willine servant that will help you wash your clothes, do your ironing sweep your floors, make good coffee and toast and many other things that add comfort to your home. Don’t live in a poorly lighted home any longer, when you can have your home wired for electric service so neatly and quickly and the cost sS low. Phone an electrical contractor to day for estimate for installing electric service in your home. i; “Always at Your Service.’’ j; Buy in Hot Springs.” ■ Citizens Electric Co. “DO IT ELECTRICALLY.” / Phone 150. 915 Central Ave. ® !i ■*.