The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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VE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SlfNUAV. MAY zi ivio.
TJi Home .Mission Sodtty of tln j
folk Stnc ;u. ic. church wlll-ivo'
9 aoclal tea Monday Rttci 110011 1'ioiij
C to 6 o'clock at the tiimu of Mr.
iJ. T. Oliver 1300 Pierce street
1 Mrs. II. N. Beverley's uniite was
Inadvertantly omitted from the Hut
If guests at the Woman's club Uln-
Mrs. Louis Anthony. I Co Polk
Ifctroct twlU bo analmed lit eiitcrtalu-
Ing the La Costura club at .the rep.-
Ulnp monthly social mix tlug by .b'n-
lu slues W. M. Whltmlre J. 1 Wood
and O. T Vluyard. '
Mosdamcs 11. S. "1 hoiiipsoii and C.
10. W'olflla will entertain tho Needle
nd the Twentieth Century clubs
ffuesday afternoon from 3 to 5.
! Mrs. Oscar Sdiilliog 4r.teriuln'd
fhe Five Hundred club Friday niier-
fcooa st the homo of Mrs. Don Cros-
artt 1104 Van liurcii -street. The
Prof. Hi M. Hoyd
(.'Ikiim'ii at Meeting
I of llnli
With the Churches $ EXPECTED
Hint Congregational ' Church
Corner Tenth and Buchanan streets.
Rev. William O. Rogers pastor.
Sunday school 9:4.'; morning ser-
mon 1 1 ; no evening service tonight.
All Congregutlonallsta are urged to
come and make themselves at home
1 -...1 u.ri with us. Families not affiliated
1..-. ........ u u n...i rt ' with sny oilier rhureh are cordially
llBr v1 elected Huperlntendent of nvltcd to bring their children .0
the city K..booU of An.arlllo for the nu B"""- -
next term. 1'rof. Hyrd hua be-u J" "
K. T. .MIIIiv W'lll Itrlrk Inftirnwtlon
tonnccie.l with the schools of Hnl-
llnner for boiii. time and t-onies to
tli 1m city with the hlnhOHt recommen-
dations. Plana now under consideration hy
the School Ilourd. to be perfected
later lyivo for their puipope the de
First Chrixllan CJiureli He v. V
1'. JennlnRB piiHtor. '
Illblo school 9:45: public worttbjp
11; Intermediate Hoclely a: Junior
Kndeavor 4: Senior Y. P. S.'C. K.
7. Mrs. Uarlln National seeretary
Humans and Mlsa Addle
Friend both of this rlty. wore quloi-
ly married last nlKln t 8 o'clock
Itev. J. T. Uurnctt. paHtor of the
Sfcond liaptlHt church oflleiotlnB.
The coniractlna parties were driven
to the homo of the obviating- minis-
' tr uii'l. later returned to their home
in this city. They will begin house-
keeping without the forhallty of a
loonier. tloth Mr. and
i:. T. Miller attorney and apeclal
enoy for tho city V Amarlllo. Is
v.iuh tod lo return limorrow from '
1 1 7
AiiHtin where he wliH.a few days Mrs. Humans are qhite popular In
sli.ro. c-arrvina re.ors of the recent the circles in which uiey move.
bond election for j.e 'approval of
ewel p. Light-1
m. mIiImt re-
velopmi nt of the tlty schools to ; MImhIotih who was to speak at the
highest grade of efficiency and prom- j evening service has wired that ihe
Ihc Is excellent for the most success
ful yeur In Aniarlllo's history
iouho was prettily (iinoralcd with
roses. None but Hi.- iluii uicMiiljera
.Vnd.Bitbxtituies were present. Tho
I club favor w as wun by Mrs. 8. F.
'Mewuiold. A Jsrtily two couitio
luncheon was served by -ihe liontuna.
Mrs. C. T. lieriiiu entertained
' lhn Quurtuta Jjos iltib Frlduy aiier-
kioon In her m new homo at
304 Van llure.i Bti'.-ei. The draw-
ing room was de.Mn'ui.'d with h iiishs
of while Ton h :iiil ilie tiinlu room
was beautiful In aweel pens mid
Btuilax. After the giiu! 11 delicious
two eoiirsu luiiiheou Rii nerved. The
Club guoMs were Mrs. Avery Turner
and Mrs. 11. a. Knuiiorn.
Mrs. Fred J. Hush ami daughter
Jdisaes Marlon ait'l Kvelyn lei t lafct
lilgbt for Cl'lcas!'. From there .Mrs.
Bush will go to Ann Arbor Midi.
can not fill the engagement. On ac
count of Baccalaureate esercises to
be held at tho Methodist church we
Will worship In union service there.
The new plpe organ will bo lined for
the first time at the morn'ng service.
A very cordial Invitation Is extend-
ed to the general pubic.
;i:rs nt(.i:xr mi:sh;i:.
Mix. P. K. lioeNon Culled to llediiile
of Injured Mother at Mum.
Mrs. P. H. IloeKon left yesterday
ofterfloon for Messena Iowa respon-
slvo to a telegram announcing a ser-
ious accident lo lur i.ioiher Mrs.
VIII!nm Rnellsou of that place. ' U ypponlzed at i and a IJ. Y. P. I'
Ih learned that Mrs. HiielUon who' at 7:30. The public Is cordially Jn
is rather old BUatalned a fall on a
walk n few days ago. At first It
was thought that the accident would
he overcome by treat nieit and with
out the necessity of calling
Second ItaptUt Church Corner
Fifth and pierce streets. Hev. J. L.
SunJny school 9:4.": preaching at
11 and 8:?0. A Snnbean class will
foot. In the events
turns with ull thlni
the Ixmie approved jhy the attorney
general's - depurtiiKut tj is under-
stood thut the Cliyk'ouncll will ad-
ertlso for Mil for Ihe paving sewer
ertetislon and the;hulldlng of the
ub-lallon Of thfl SL- dopararnent.
At the same time advertlsonient
for the s'ule of the jionds will he ap
proved. It Is understood that there
will likely he no trouble experienced
in disposing of the bonJs. Amarlllo
bonds of the varloua clauses have
always been in ready demand.
THAT F.I.KS' MIXSTP.IX.
MAUKKTH It Y TFLLtiHAPIL
I'lllinorp Street Presbyterian
(Tmrrh Rev. L. C. Klrkes. pnstor.
tt.oLiin 11 ! Junior C. B. 4; Berior C. K
daughter from tl.!s city and cl.ll-7. Owing to the Baccalaureate sorv
dren from other nolnts. The me
Siie yesterday afternoon aeenn
A Ices there will be no evening service
'ndlcate a more serious turn In the
iroiuible and hence the departure of
Until Dr. 'lii-J Mrs. Suellsou have
wUe she will ho ) nd.li.K .-.ura.io j vlslied In Amarlllo. Qnly a few
' ! . . I ......
In the Messiah to In-j-end. reJ at tho
May Music Festival. .Mrs. Hush ex-
pects to return to AmurHlute
" latter part of June.
The mynt Interesting niueilng and
tho beat suton.led or the year was
Jiad by' the Moiheis' club Friday af-
ternoon. Tho vipon and talks were
Exceptionally cod and cieuted niueU
Interest and fnthuslaetu.
Afterf tht -pivogsajji treasurer
made a repoif'oit I nrner At ICx-
hibltlon and li' vManrel ht $112
hal been eleavii. i Theo Aliunde will
bo. usodlu iiyrcnaslnj; pictures for
the M'.hool ro.ais- Tl'ls a the lait
. regular scnii-nioiahly me tlhg for
tiiii yeur. During the vaiatlou
mouths the club will meet the last
Friday ol each month. The noxt
meeting will be a social one June
24 ut tho home of Mrs. I O. Thomp-
aoit 1105 Fillmore Btrect.-
La Costurn Tuesday with Mrs.
Louis' Anthony 1620 polk street.
.Wednesday Wednesday with
JiIIbs Nettle Vhi)utley 900 Washlng-
ton street. ' .
Five Hundred Tnursduy with
Jdrs. II. U. Sanborn S05 Uuchanun
Pierian Thursday with Mrs. J.
. Kendrick 1000 Flllmoro Btreet.
J. U. (1- Thursday with Mrs. 1).
tr. D- Uyimni 1500 Moproo street.
Quarenta Don Friday with Mrs.
SvYill Herring 800 Tyler street
V' Five HundredFriday with Mrs
frank Wolflln 909 Polk street.
V Cluircli Hoilety Calendnr.
' Westminster Guild Monday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock w'.th Mr. Pren-
jfiergast 7 Otl Fillmore street.
St. Andrew's Guild Monday . af-
ternoon at 3 o'clock In Ihe church.
Woman's Missionary Fillmore
ptreet Presbyterian church Wed-
nesday afternoon ajt 3 o'clock with
Jfr. L O. Thompson 1105 Fill-
Iadhs' Extension ' Sacred Heart
(Catholic church Wednesday after-
toon with Mrs. T. J. Stewart Orien-
Woman's Home Mission' Polk
ftreet M. K. church Wednesday af-
noutlis ago they were here for sev
eral wcks ending their visit by a
trip to the Pacific coast. The news
of the accident will create sadness
among Amarlllo friends.
Mrs. W." H. Hollls. 800 Polk
Ktreit left Inst evening for Hustln.
La. called there by the sudden
donth of be vslsler Mrs. Kldd.
vited to attend any and all servcles.
Flrnt llsptlNt Church R. F.
Sunday school 9:45; preaching by
pnstor l; Junior Union 3; Sun-
beams 4; II. Y. P. U. 7. On account
of tho commencement sermon at the
Methodist church there" will' be no
preaching at the evening hour.
Mrs. . George Counts of Little
Rock Arkansas is In the city.
j . i m
(Jock to AUmnuordH Mrs. J. H.
Ulchardsou leaven tomorrow for
Alamagoida New Mexico. She will
be absent from .'.uiarlllo two or
St. Audrew's Kpist'opal Church
Corner Ninth and Fillmore street.
Rev. W. R. Worsham. Rector.
Sunday school 9:4$; morning
service and sermon 11. There will
be no night service on account of
the High School 'commencement at
the MethodlBt church. There w'.ll
be a meeting of the Guild at the
church Monday -at 4 p. m. for the
purpose of ro-organl.ation. Every
hieuibej of the church Is uetlto
be Drent. '
Itcttii'im lo pilot Point Mrs. W.
11. llrowu hss returned to her home
nt Pilot Point after visiting her
daughter. Mrs. L. C- Casiell and her
granddaughter.' Mis Bbntta ' Elaine
Cazzell at 503 Van Uureu street.
Mrs. Hrowu was In Amarlllo several
Sunday In Aniierillo Judge J. N.
Urownlng and officers of the Forty-
Seventh District Court are spending
Sunday in Amarlllo. They arrived
yesterday afternoon from Canyon
City. The present term of court at
Canyon City will wine to a closi
Oldtimer Visits Friends George
Tucker formerly a resident of Am
arlllo Is visiting here from Okla
noma City. Mr. Tucker Is now con
nected with a prominent concern In
Oklah6nia City in the rapacity of
Work Inn On Tilled FloorWork
men have reached the third story of
the F.lks home The structure la
rapidly ssunilng shape under the
hands of a liberal working force
and it Is expected that It will he
ready for occupancy not later than
Arrives from leiitii Paul Young
arrived In ' Amarlllo last nlKht to
The Jlollness protracted jdeJthiar
will open tonight with a two weekb1
service at the South Side Methodist
Ainii illo Church of Christ meets
each lord's Day in the county court
room! P. L. Young minister song
servie 10 a. m. Bible study 10:20
a. ml Prayer praise and fommun
Ion trvlce 11 a. m. The public Is
cordbt'y invited. Every member of
the fchurch of ChrlBt is urged p be
prejnt. . Strangers in the rlty are
itortli llucbansa 4iueet M. E.
Cbach. .1. Leonard Rea pastor.
Suitlay school 9:45 a. m. Preach-
Inriat 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m
Julior League 3 p. m. Boys meet
Ini led by II. K." Humphres at 4
. N'e want to make today a great
da. It will be our first preaching
sohices in our new tabernacle and
first time to try our new organ.
wish to' make the entire day a
prparatlon for our revival which be
gin Sunday June 5 with Rev. J. R.
Ttoley to assist us. s -
PAFFHATH IS CITY.
Moll Known Booster of Amarlllo and
( . Pwihundle Here For Short
A. (Pat) Paffrath Is in Ama-
rllo from Fort Worth. Mr. Paffrath
i generally recognized as one of
be best friends to the Panhandle
tjiuntry as a whole and of Amarlllo
Specially.. He is an optimist' and
Sways sees thing!) from the bright
Ide. He has given much thought
V the development of this portion
if the state and his suggestions
lave been adopted in many instances
vlth great success.
5 He is here for a short stay but
vn while his visit is limited he Is
Kmong the pcDple talking Panhandle
reatnens and waya of. making it
greater. Mr. Paffrath has rwently
Young Woman's Home Mission of ; vlxlt with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
o Polk Street Methodist church j E. L. Ynying at 1303 -Harrison street..
XWdfi-'sduy afternoon at 3 o'clock in
Vio church parlors.
Miss Esther .Margolin who has
Icn in St. Anthony's sanitarium for
Ihe pant two neks has retuuned to
er honie and Is very much Improv-
Mr. Young. came vlr Hamlin. He
will probubly be in Amarlllo for sev-
A n no u. e Dauuhtrr Mr. and
Mrs. R. K. Davis at 20 East Eighth
street announce tn. arrival oi inciri .L u
.. . ' ctiii. Expressed the bellet that with the
daughter. Miss Margaret Elliott f
..... . . .... . fablllty of th s sect on jr the sta e
IOl IOi t lie iniuvi bct n n.aa naivi
nc Cbrsleana young engineer of Amarlllo ndfn TMaaxuris. ana . mat wun-
E. 8. Groen. states that he loves the Panhandle i.wi.-.u
Ml-K Ftl.fl Wai'.hii;
i 1 iMllllfi Hit IIIP V. Ml Wl OI""'n II"" ..-.-v 4
: rollr 'street and other relutlvrsj bitter than ever lie Is one of tbejwlll surpass any in the state as
. m.- hannlevl men In -AmurUlu. . IdalU'lOZ COUntr.
v Fort Wortli Live Stock.
Fort Worth. Tex. May 21. Cat'
tie Receipts 275.
Hogs Receipts 950.
Steers Steady tops $7.10.
t'ows Steady tops $4.25.
CuIvcb Steady tops $3.50.
Hogs Slow tops $9.50.
Rehearsal for Apiinimlidig "Rig
Noise" Are lhlng Ilehr Xnlglitly
Cnder Love's Direction.
(rain and ProvNiona.
Chicago May 21. Wheat July
$1.01; Sept. 99 1-8 ft. 1-4.
Corn July CO l-8c; Sept 00 7-Sc.
Oats July 3c; Sept. 38 l-8c.
Pork July $2272 1-2; Sept.
Lard July $1252 1-2; Sept.
Ribs July $12.45; Sept $12.32 1-2
i x i
ANOTHER HANDSOME HOME.
It Is learned that Dr. J. D. Redfo
u-in -non bee n he eron:on .
handsome home at Hon
street.' The home will be a spacious
frame structure built along entirely
modern linen. It la expected that l'ie
structure will be one of the most
elegant of Its dnss ever In tiiai ex
To Lu To Clttalty
FOA hALi'i a Gammeter Multi-
graph.' -tho. ul'Hl duplihater made.
Monthly payn.-'iti If dcslrod. Apply
L. H. Goff care .lk Hotel. Ii-2p
...ii..nini ....t'on of Ama-iKOR SALE CIIK.VP Second hand
windows and doo-g; also k'ndlldg.
("tmler & Cox Fourth and Polk.
- i 2 HI 1 6 0
OR STOLET -Colly pup.
.i ...t.n tF I? no. or 'I
rown i. "; -- ;Kon SALK.-Mcely
If returned o aiu ncuc - -- i
and white Smtch CoMie pups ellfclble
(J registration; whelmed March 27.
-Five room modern 0 v.nver Claude Tex.
nth and lluclmnan.
23l8-3c WANT TO RENT for thw monthB
n model tl six-room hopne. .rnmneu
- .must huve gas. R. R. Ha.e.od.
rnn riwvr.i nice 5-rooiil house
A I in .nil nnUUOUMln.l lit 1
at nVii ooriii i.i.e"'" i j
once. W. II. Wynne at Curtis Drug .
.... rhone I "Is tfe'pou RENT Two furnished house-
! keeping rooms. Call or phono r(r
l! ii m.. to. Lincoln rnone im.
FOR RENT Desirable front room
iiowlv furnished. Suitable for two
gentlemen. 1U Lincoln.
"Do you know 1 never realized
there was so much genuine fun and
st the samo time so much to he
learned that Is 'good and profitable
as In the rehearsals for 'The U'.g
Nolne' to be given by II. P. O. Elks
on May 31-32 under the direction
of Mr. Love "
Tho exclaina'.lon was heard many
times after last night's rehearaul for
the Elks' show and strikes the key-
noto of the succcbb Mr. Love has ev
ery place ho g;ie8.
If any one thinks It Is a "snap" to
take a bunch of amateurs In hand
and within n short time produce
near professionals thut person Is
sadly mistaken. Hut Mr. Love does
this apparently with jut trouble.
Some of the members of tho cost
begin to think thry are working hard
when suddenly they make the dis
covery that the only one who Js do
ing real hard work Is. Mr. Love; that
they are reallv having a whole lot
of fun end at the ame time learning
songs music recitations dancing and
stage presence and "business" in n
manner gained In no other way.
About the time a member of the
cast gets a trifle peevish Hid discour-
aged because he or vh: can not quick-
ly master a dlf.'J'ult step or strike a
note Just right the idea Is driver
out by a Joke a aong or funny
"atunt." and the first thing they
know the difficulty has been overcome.
Last night's rehearsal was keenly
watched and It was soon apparent
that not the smallest detail was over-
looked br Mr. Love. He had eyes
for everything and everybody and has
a ray of correcting mistakes with a
fnnnylsm and without criticism and
thin explains In part the success of
MOVES TO HOUSTON.
KaiiMas City Lire Stock.
Kansas City Mo. May 21. Cat-
tle Receipts 700; steady.
Native steers $5 . 7C OP 8 . 30.
Southern steers $4 . 90 ii 7 . 75.
Southern cowa $3 . 25(& 5 . 75.
Native cows and heifers $U.10
Stockers and feeders $4.25
Bulls $4 .00Q'.50.
Wtestern steers $5 . 50 if 8 .00
Western cows 14. 236. 50.
Hogs Receipts 500; steady
lileavy $9. 50ft 9. 53..
Packers butchers $9.45(?j 9.55.
Light $9.35 9.50.
Plg $9. 00 (9. .23.
Sheep Receipts 2000; steady
Fed Western wethers and year
lings $4 . 75 -IT 7 . 25.
Fed Western ewea $4 . 25 25
231s 3p NT j;.)-steam plow to break 110
" ..n;H 4 miles from Amarlllo. Apply
Vdll SALE New modern 4-rooin .
houses esst front lot 30x140 feet ' '
Oaa range range In house. Price "s VKKjSlin;
$1750 to $2000-. one-third cash; bul- tjlcnwood
ance easy payments. Wayland. lit LouHt street. $215. Fast fror.t
East Fourth street. ...is 'r1() Hnm Hlr.(.t throe blockj -Hr
line $l5. Two other goon ims
$7; each. Address Owner box 035.
Amarlllo Tex. . 6"
one block cur
FOR SALE Two 50-foot lots be-
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth .on
Van Suren. $1600; will niuko terms.
Wayland. 118 Enst Fourth. 231s 1c
FOR SALE $90 Leyhe Piano Com-
pany coupon $15. Mrs. C. N. Cu.li-
ruan General Delivery Amarlllo.
WANTED -Washing and Ironing or
rough dry. in.". West Second stieet
23 la 4p
WANTED Furnished house for the
summer; five to seven rooms with
bath lights and usual conveniences.
Possession desired by June 15. Beat
of Amarlllo references furnished.
Address II. B. Martin 721 Live Oak
street or Ben H. Stone. Amarlllo.
WANTED To sell a good paying
littlo business: well established;
worth $500. Located In Amarlllo
Tex. Causo of selling account of ill
health. Address Business care of
Daily Panhandle. i31s Cc
FOR SALE A $90 Piano purchas-
ing coupon cheap. Apply 1 00 1
Pierce street. 231s 3p
WANTED Four roomers bc of
hoard. 1500 Johnson street.
FOR RENT Two nicely .furnished
rooms for housekeeping. 709 Hindi-
O. 1 1 It
WANTED Young men to learn au-
tomobile business by mall and pre-
pare for positions is chaff ours and
repair men. We rrtake you expert In
ten weeks; assist you to secure pi si-
tion. Puy big; work pleasant; de-
mand for men great; reasonable;
write for particulars and sample les-
Bon Empire Automobile Institute.
Rochester. N. Y.. 231s 2p
Rector P. Roborts leaves Monday
for Houston where be will enter
business. Mrs. Roberts and the lit-
tle son will leave later for the south.
Mr. Roberts has lived in Amarlllo a
number of years and has a great
many friends here. He was for a
long time connected with tho Amarll
lo Drug Company as one of the pro-
scriptlonists of that concern but re-
signed that place to accept a place
with his fathcr-ln-law In real estate.
Fed Western ewei n B.Z5. ritrce oi -.-
"Music hath charms
To soothe the savage breast.
Warren Thelma .Warren .the
baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Warren died Friday afternoon
at the family home 1P01 Lincoln
street from pneumonia. Funeral
aervicos yesterday afternoon were
conducted by Rev. Waller P. Jen-
nings pastor of the First Christian
CJant Jasper Gaut eight-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs J K. Gaut. died
yesterday forenoon at the residence
In West Amarlllo from ' effects of
measles snd pneumonia. Funeral
services will be held thli forenoon
at 10 o'clock at the family home.
Rev. O. F. Sensabaugh pastor of
the Polk Street Methodist church
A. J. LINUO M. I).
Chronic Disease ami Electro)-
Therapentlc a Hpet lalty.
Rooms 3; 4 9 10. .11 12
Kllbourn-Thompson - Building.
Office Hours: 8 to 12' 2 to
In Iff e from the cradle to the grave it is always so
Xo home is home without vlusic; the music of the
baby's prattle the music of the laughter of later
years; th at which comes from a beautiful and per-
fect tuved piano.
We have a complete line for your inspection. The
following hifhradc and standard makes aro in-
eluded in thelist:
Bush & Lane
Davis & Sons v
They range in price from $200 up. Full line oi .
Graphophones and records. Me are the largest
piano concern in Texas; Twelve stores in all.
Leyhe Piano Company
J. L HENDERSON Manager
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