Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 59, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 10, 1914 Page: 5 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS SATURDAY JANUARY 10 1914.
UDIES S4.00 SHOES $2.95
HARRISON'S SHOE STORE
SOCIETY NOTES FROM
i mini:. s.
III II :
I hi- I;
among I h chili women of Trxas and
at prcsetil Ih devoting in mil of her
time In making addresses to ;the
club women of thin Mate. While .11
the city she made an address to Hie
licpartnieiit Club ladle ut the Meth-
odist church. Her address was well
received ami highly commented up-
on ! those who were fortunate
enough to hear Iter.
Misses Mable Dunn ami Kittle
Klutts favored their friend with a
dance Saturday evening at the W. (.
V hall. .Music was furnished by
Mls Mallard. Minn Klutts and Mr
K. T. Turner led grand march.
I'r.. hell hiiiI MImh llcniiie
llmiji'ri win- 111 u rr ifil at
Ilk! 1. Monday January '.Hi'
tf A' riiath) The Kronin Ih I
i oiiin.est nun of Mr. and
S . Mitchell of this city.
iiin! m.i- fared In Childress county j
He .itlillded til"' Hllllc M llools Of
I ililr. .id 1 was always h ranking
iiieinner of his daises Kor tin past
! vi er u- has lieeu al liodsonv llle
v In r. Iil bride rei Ides and fheir
love a'!.:ir lias lieen of Millie dura-
tion 'I lie l.rl'l" coiner t Dill) a prolll-
i'.. M tamlly 01 that town and 1.1 11
1 ii.iriii.ii. oung w man
Mi iiid Mrs. Mitchell arrived In
'li i hires:. 'I'ne .day and were enter-
1. lined t h ;i t day hy Hie er'otn's par-
ents They reside on a farm.
Ion 1 iih to the groom's mother
'ah mile!- north we.-.t of town. Mr.
ami Mrs. M il!i- received many
lif fly presents and their vralidraf ti-
er. '..l. It. W. Itiggorstalf. presented
Hit Ih v. th a cheek for H'l' Their
uncle K I Hlggcr-stuff also pre-
we hi. I t lieni w it h a line gift .
'North Side Urldge CI11I1" cave a
harml'it: entertainment at the
Inn 1 Mrs. N. c Nidsi ti hiM Thur
d: v tor tin- hrlili'e players. Mi.
Nil nil with reieitiK (larlV met
i" f s lii reception lutll and the
1 liarmiiiL' '..dies greeted from
vi iy iniok and comer. It being
New Years Hie season decora' ins
Were Used ill every room. A ivld
Hole of (olor was developed with
rnl In lis huii' pendant from the
11 r. h ways with holly mistletoe und .
red carnal urns with soft light beau-1
Til nI cie-tuines happy face. formed j
a picture wen lining llie occasion.
Mrs. I.. I I law sun won top score.
Mrs John KniKhi tiiei prize in a
ci:t Mis. S I'. Muster won consola-
tion prie l-'.ivor for all guests
were red u noil ions. I(e. and white
leils of Ice with Irult cake was nerv-
Mi-s Hess Ford gave a farewell
dining Monday ev) ning I ir the Miss-
es Smith at the .liwllan. l-'ollow-lli
were preset:! Misses Olullalll
and lllaiilon Smiih. Messrs. I'ar!.
Westmoreland I! ti. I h.rrUoti and
The W I st K'ld C' clllll held fori:
at the hoi f Mr. S . Shaw.
.laiiuurv .".nl for llie first t.tne in
several weeks. The lone intermis-
sion since the last 11 tin: gave an
added est to the iitli rnooii s pleas-
ure and a 1I1 liuhH"! time mis had
(lilt of si tahps of players Mrs W.
('. Murphy proved the most success-
ful contestant Mrs. Shaw assisted
hy her daughter solved 1 delicou
salad coiir-e as a 1 liiua to the en
A dinner was ';iven at the lowlian
II. la"l W ednesday in honor ol
.Mrs. Warren ol ( laude Texas h
ll'i ladies of t ile I l. i:il I no lit ( lull
Mrs Warnii i.-. ipinc prominent
J S. KIHgore of Salisbury romnui-
tiity came ill Wednesday of last week
from Texarkana where lie spent the
holiday Mr Kllgore married Miss
P-orii li-ey while 'n Texarkana and
the happv couple returned to Sulis-
i.ry where they vi! make their
J. W'. Stokts and family returned
Sunday from Corsicana and lllotnlng-
grove where they have been spend-
ing the Christmas holidays.
A. W. Christopher of I'artiell was
n business visitor In Memphis Mon-
day. Jim Heynolds departed Wednes-
day iiighi for his home at Knglowood
Tcnn. a'l.T tt pleasant visit during
I .eon Henderson of l.ockney hu
located In Memphis and has put on
11 transfer wagon ami a service cur.
We are glad to welcome Mr Mender
1011 and his good family among us
lilid extend them a hearfv welcome.
It T Wilklns and family departed
t Ills week for Alenreed Texas where
they will make their future home.
We are sorry to lose these 'nod peo-
ple hut wish tl I Wi ll III their new
Kev W. A. Reynold of (irand
I'ralrle spent Monday and Tuesday
in Memphis visiting Kev. It. II. Mor-
gan ami other friends
Mrlce Stephens departed Wednes-
day night of last week for I Hi I hurt
afier spending the holidays with his
parents .Mr. and Mrs. II i. Stephens.
Miss Messle llradley departed
Thursday for lientoii after spending
the holidays with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. .1 V. llradley.
Misses Myrtle and Kdna .lohnson
returned Saturday from a pleasant
Remnant Sale Today and Monday
mr j frTfriir' 1 r 11 11 n -inr n n. i n n.n ri.ri-njn.ii n.r .njn.rLOjn.iTjTjTJtAAJ'i nsxju juAAfuvvvvyvvwii'i'i'
: Odd Lots and Ends of various lines of good merchandise culled
during inventory and priced today and Monday for disposal.
Investigate it's worth while.
Remnants of Lines of Women's Shoes:
In Grey Nubuck button; $4.00 and $4.50 Short at $2.85
In Tan Calfskin button cravenctte top; $3-50 Slioei at $1.95
In Dull Kicltkin button plain toe turn sole; $3.50 Shoe at $2.45
In Gunmetal button cap toe; $3.50 Shoes at $2.45
In Velvet button tailored caps; $3.00 Shoes at $1.95
In Brown Calfskin button; $4.50 Shoes at $3.35
WORTH WHILE They are all new Shoes
Remnant lot of Serpentine Crepes at the yard 10c
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods HALF PRICE
Remnants of Cotton Fabrics LESS THAN COST
Remnant lot of Auto Hoods HALF PRICE
Remnants of Lines or Men's Shoes:
In Assorted Patent Styles at HALF PRICE
In Assorted Styles Kidskin; $3.50 to $4.00 Shoes at $2.25
Remnants of Silks at HALF PRICE
Remnants of Radiotilk at about the yard 20c
Remnants of Lines of Boy's Shoes:
In Assorted Patents; $2.50 to $4.00 Shoes at $1.25 to 2.00
In Tan Calfskin lace; $2.50 Shoes at $1.85
In Little Cent's Lace Shoes 8 1-2 to 11 $1.75 to $2.25; choice for $1.35
Remnant lot of Flaneletts 12 l-2c 15c and 20c grade fine for comforts 12 yds $1.00
Remnants on Lines of Boy's Suits:
$6.00 Suits at $3.50 $7.00 Suits at $3.85
$8.00 Suits at $4.40 $9.00 Su.'ts at '$5.00
$7.50 Suits at $3.95 $10.00 Suits at $5.35
$12.50 Suits at $6.45
A Remnant lot of Little Boy's 50c Hats; choice 35c
A Remnant lot of Boy's 50c Shirts and Blouses at each 25c
A Remnant lot of Men's Shirts sizes 14 to 16 1-2 THREE SHIRTS FOR $1.00
Remnant lot of Children's 50c to 75c Out in- Gowns; choice 35c
Remnant Lot of Men's Overcoats:
$12.50 Overcoats at $7.00 $15.00 Overcoats at $9.85
$25.00 Overcoats at $14.85 $30.00 Overcoats at $16.35
$18.00 Overcoats at $10.85 $35.00 Overcoats at $18.85
Remnant Lot of Men's Suits:
$12.50 Suits at $7.70 $15.00 Suits at $9.85
$20.00 Suits at $12.50 $25.C0 Suits at $14.85
$18.00 Suits at $10.50 $30.00 Suits at $17.50
$35.00 Suits at $19.85
$5.00 Pants at $3.50 $3.50 Pants at $2.50
$2.50 Pants at SI-75
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
Miss Roshanara Will Give
Nuutclt Dances for Americans
BOYS $3.00 SHOES ON SALE AT
HARRISON'S SHOE STORE
DODSON'S LIVER TONE GIVES
EASY RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION
l iver Keiiieily Thai
imel and au-j's
lion of 1 1 Lit or
Iteplareo Cm I.
ll is a mistake to take calomel
when your liver Is lay and nieds
totiliiK up Hundreds of people In
this serl Inn have discovered that
IIoiIhoii's l.lvir Tone U a thousand
time lietter 11 ml safer and Km ac
tion is just ms sure. I hi re lire none
of the hud after-effects of calomel
to IioiIhou'n l.lver Tone and no dan-
Ker of salivation.
Kor attack of constipation or hll-
InuMicss one or two hpoonslul of
this mild pleasant tastiiiK vi Meta
llic 1 1 i 11 i are ctiouk!) and all drug
Klsts r Klud to glvt a personal
KUHraiitee that every bottla will do
all that Ih claimed for It. Monf
hack In any caae uhar It fall.
IioiImoii'h l.lver Ton coata Only
fin cent a for a larg bottla. RamffJn-ln-r
the naiiiH berauae there are any
number of remedies nold In Imita-
tion of Hudson's claims. Borne of
them have names very slrullar to
Hudson's l.lver Tone and are In
same color package. These Imita-
tions are not guaranteed and may
he very harmful. Go to your own
ilruKKlst whom you know and you
will surely ct the genuine.
Vl.WH M I'l.milM.
Miss K0Hha11.ua .Li ghter of an
KiixIihIi army officer m lu.h.i. nas
come 10 tlie ' uiieu ? '
AllierlcailH the N'auMi .l.ilice ol lll-
lla. She thinks tin . w ill create
much Interest tor i." one na- ever
done these il'lices n.i ifulh ln-re.
ils Itoshanata .t- tm hidden ly
with lrl. ii.la al III onie Texas
('. Chappel and ife of Lake-
were In Mcuipl 1 l-'ri'hiv 011
vvav ! Winters. Texas where
they will spend seveial nionHis vs
U L. Foren 0 ami f. lily isme In
Wednesday trim Ok ahoma where
they had been .si'ii. tint th h II-
days. J. W. Jones ll lrw on K. A. Thorn
as place ner tl river was a bust-
in ss visitor In Meiiiijhl.? Mondav.
.1. ('. Ilevers S Itevei an. I l
W. I 'u sen I of I iep Lake ire i-i
lors In MeinphN Moiolav
Waller " r 1 1 ti 1 : or 1 1 i v siett
several davs tie latter part or l.i '
week with rel. 'ives aim liieinl in
T. K. I" erlnj- .
If a Kails and a
of his brother'
T. A 'I! i
was In M'Miph
his broth rs . '
and other tela'
Mr. and Mrs
from ll-ill. . Me
Mrs Klnslow s .
It. V. William-
f. ;. .v
1 -en ts
nun Wn h
.. tuner. 1
. . k
lllpli . -.lllli'
i-.il M I ' '
The J W li 1 rah I.imh!. I..
iille a Inure . nln .s 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 I
tuber I'xib 1' Hart. ' I." ; v
their 1 llll.l" ere . ; I .
Ihelr famihi I I In . ! n
liere . 1 ! .IcKi.'Me ! 1
lly of Snv .! 1 W . U 1 1
family o! V iH-er r I !'
and f .1 in i i v ' '. fil l a! i
(. ( nif.e fatnii-. - : 1.
Wei kessef .Hr' ' illlyinli 1.1 ' "'
ones preien! ' 'ellcbt f 1 1 r
en ryihliiK k'" van r 1. ;
and Mis K Cnu" r I . .
I'arks. ale! 'ne i.( ' '
hnd a f"o. ' S'e ra i
re ititiita.' with Pin-!. !'. f!i
eviiiiti: and Jihofo tap!. t
I'aiiipa was tp and tn :... .e '
of the ' rowil "r. Il.ina'i . '
diitilii thin of 'i the Tit I '
III the Call .1 . inn i li t !.. ! r
I T 7 and n .i fine r -p . : f
f ei'i lalile . and an . ' ' ..r
wire fi'im I ' I the lln.'i '
It iffalo awin u his corn
The Mr -I' Socli tv f ! '.!
K h'T. li ! ll'ir boii l.i 1
herv iii s ir ! Hie o! VI r 1
and CM I . f n .1 I
w eat her at. 1 r ran . "
n birr- a " but a I '
spent a I 1 hour.
t w i-eiur- nn w iii
The Mi- rlety of ' . "
h 11 n h inr' . " home (t '
V Lii k.on -sds v . J 11 . 1 .
A'ter tin- ' - bi ini'x . .
.i li-eil 1 1 . . on of of ' 1
lied M r lai kn I r '
! Mr- ll..r-. . n. fli-t ..
j Idi l.l. Mr- Sever'-.ii.
Vue IT. - drs. iii '.
I r'ourth i Hldent. Mr- ! .
Mi Keni.. . "y. Mrs Mi. I r..
I Tri-a-nri r ' 'v S. I.o. k- v.
I for Voi. '.' r n J're !:
I ti- flip snt Mr I
i' l!er letly inarr ! .-
day 1 mi t 1 he rmirl li
Itev J ' .i. Until pnrt" s a'
!! k ti Mis St m in li. in
the ! a. fu r e liln t.ui . '
and Mr W !. ' son of onr iii' '
1 hslit. J II 'IT.
1 u hk.
A i.iMhdiv 1.. Hrstion wns t.ii lei
I at the li.iiii.' ' W. V U'nudwa:
to r parents to practise these dallies
ttliile lie lived ill India but she
.n- lie wi ill out allioiiK the lia-
ln. ! ami li ariieil lio to dunce them
and now she feels that she Is as
nun li i f an adcit as the best Indian
da 10 er-.
Satiinlav in honor ot little :dward
iioiUiird's eighth birthday where
a ji I nl day was speiil when after
u deli' urns dinner many names were
parti.ipaii'd In. Those who helped
Kdward enjoy the day were Mrs. I".
(iieen and daughters. Olive and Kd-
na. of Trinidad. Colo . lir. and Mrs.
l:rook and children. Mr. ami Mrs.
.10C 11 ''lay and children Mr. and Mrs.
K '. flay and los. L. McCaiie. all of
whom wblicil r.dward many happy
1 liii-tinas hay wu'i the occasion of
a vi. Mini! which ;n n surprise to
I 11... -t 01 the 1 r lends of the contrail
'in.' iialti.-.. mi secretlv had their U r-
1 r.in'ciii' iits been made In the af-
! 1. 1 1 .111.1. nf thai ilav. ;n rompaiiieil by
h. pi-other of the bride. Alfred Slay.
ah. 1 Mi-s lulia I'ottei field. Miss liora
! .- a. and Ml Llniei I :.ist rldtfe drove
-.. ' ! hi me of Mrs T V. Met'aleb.
.. ri itev .1 I IP ks and family
. . .. i.iKint' dinner and had him
. li llie Hind- wlihli i!MVe sanction
. .i i' li and st.ite to their union
I ' 'inn retiiteil to the home of
i ' l.e !! ..e
I ' - Slav is the daui'lller of N.
I --n nne ot the earliest settlers
1 '. ' 1 1 ' r mid has won the ad
: ' . i n u! all who knew ber home
1 lor devoilon to In-r molher
1 1 i ..ir-i "I seiiil iiUMlldlsiu She
1 ! 1 . k 111. 11 and has many
The new Co':it Theatre III llostun
will be olipened this liionlh
"Today" has passed lis out- hund-
redth performance In New York.
Lranvllle Maker hopes to establish
a permanent'! repotory theatre In
The Talialerro slslers are niiear-
1 11 K ill new comedy called ' Voiimk
Norman llackett has been eliilaKi'd
lo appear at the head of a tm k '"ill
patiy in Atlanta
William A llriolv Is soon to pro
dine u plavlet hy Waller llackett
ailed lion't Weaken".
UoerKc Id nar. I Shaw's play. "The
riilllndorer" has I n r.lveii its first
Ainerlian performance in New York
The KliKlish musical comedv. 'The
tiirl on the I'Tliu." Is provlm; one of
the successes of the season ill New-
York. l.e Martin one of the most luflu
ential newspapers of Carls Is ado-
calliiK the dmUUIuIiuiciiI of a Statu
niov iiiK-plrtnre ttmatre.
Miss Maude Adams Is siiported by
a company of fitly till vers In t'
new four-art comedy. "The Intend I
of Leonora.' by J M. Ilarrie.
Hartley Manerv author of "l'e(
o' .My Heart" has written a play
let culled "llavlil Motitacue." whiih
will be used by .'rank KniiM.- Cuop-
er. Annoiilieeineiil s made thai Char-
lot le Walker will lie seen next seU
son in dramatization of .Lo k Lou
don's novel. 'The Yallev of the
Louis Mann with w r a I sup purl-
ers is toillilU llie v 11 11 v llle 1 111 It i t
Iii a one-111 1 vcrsh.n or Iii- plav.
' KlevatliiK a llu hand
Ann Meredith I- I hav e of
the leading roles n i;ilv iiiin'
coineily ' I In- llule ot Three." whnli
Is to be produiiil in New York mh.i
KiiKi-lie Walter Is plain mi' Li take
a comapiiy to 1 1 - r:i 1 i.i to preseiit
"The Wolf '. The Lasa-i Wav 1
Hon af "William Tell." which will
enlist. It Is said many wonders of
realistic stare settlnKs.
. raulclii I led w Ik Uelcher a beats
tiful and Klffed younc (ierman trat-
edieniie who has acted In Kngllsti
much 011 the American stase has
been s ially selected by (lerhtrt
llaupf iiiaim to create the role Of
I'eneiope in his historical alegorlcal
drama. "The Hoy of Odyssey."
I'lausare Ih Iiik made to present .the
pieif for the first time In Merlin la
the early spring.
YOUR GRAY HAIR
ISK (.IttVDMAM HAGK TEA AND
M It'll I It HKCirt AND NO.
UtHY WILL KNOW.
l a 'r .
. ..II. 1-
I 'e .1
..I 11 a
l.-e Ins been In this see.
natively hort time but
I eplltat loll for lllet
s. aii I Industry he has
in v veais and his vailed
1. .ill. Iiiin a pli Hsant con-
and an interest uifr
Mr- Kastrldife will re-
. r mil v and build up s
. In 1 old friends
" 1 - II II Krrht returned
'rum ro!lmv ll1". Texan
la nl the 1.1st four
v 1I1 1 i 1 1 1 1 'I1.1i Claude
!.. he-t I'la.e I hey could
v all 1 atne I1.0 k".
n a .-'ue 1 1 - 1 1 1 . w ho was
r ie t of Misv Vhda Wll
el !.i ber home at ial!a-
. nn. . she w a - accoiiipa
- llna Wilson w tin voes
. l.i resiirni hT vtn.
!e i rl 'pll'e a
! It II K I lie i I day week
W M Mi'ler enler
i.m nii'l.t Mr and Mrs
" eies.i mirlit. MiiH
:i Fri !av nil- .t and Vr
.'(odli.it 11 Sat urd 'iy
t dinner Sntidav
her f.ftv ilth
1 1 1 k s to rel
it. d In Ch I
k and ma le a talk to
- (' deration
i ho has been in ln-
M.. asi ivii'h.. monftis.
I to 1 'laude
' Cru' k returned Tuesdav
1 li-e.i Texas where she
nil 'lav - w I'll relatives.
i .1. -taxation Itoyal Neifh
t .ern Woodmen of Anier
it: -t.i Hat Ion of above o-
ake plaie at W. O '.'
ir .lav Mifht January x'h.
II l.ietnbers of both or le.
r latnilles are invited to -e
and several other of !n- hines-fui
In ber lieu ila in w hi. h h. ha-
scoreil a decided u s m p. ni-
Sarah I'ernliar.lt tak-- the r. I" o
the old mot her of a vuunr r n.in.i!
Krank Craven wel known as an
actor lias written a plav i.i. e.t r
Main Cooks . w la. ! U i.h.in. lira
dy has Hcre;t fr ea:H .r . 1. ' .11
'i he ( (iinpaliv ( I the I i in I'aM-
will Liv. .er fni man. i's Mus v- .1
Monte ( .it I. lie lU'Ln.' .1: a. hint. i-
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
rcsturltiK faded gray hair to Hi na
tuural color dates back to grandtno-
ther'a time. She used It to keep h r
hair beautifully dark flossy an
ahudaiit. Whenever ber hair feel
out or took on that dull faded or
streaked appearance this aim!
miiture was applied with wondarijl
but brswlng at home la'UBtsy
and out of data. Nowadayi by tak-
init at any drug store for SO eeat
bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and 8ulphJt
Hair Kemedy." you will get this fv
inous old ret Ipe w hich rau be depend-
ed upon to restore natural color and
beauty to the hair and Is splendid
for dandruff dry feverish Itchy
miilp and railing hair.
A well knowu downtown d rue list
says It darkens the hair ao naturally
and evenly that nobody ran tell It
has been applied. You simply damp-
en a spouKe or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair taking
(iiie strand at the time. Hy mora-
itiK the gray hair disappear! and
after another application or two It
lei iirnes beautifully dark glossy
toft and abundant.
I To 6taln Wleksr.
To stain wicker chairs take live
' cen in- worth of glue and five centa'
! north of Lrown umber. Mix the glue
with one pint of boiling water and
j when unite dissolved put In the uu
j h. r and mis well. When cool apply to
. the wicker with a soft brush. Thle la
also a (.heap and 'jffecUve floor stain.
Sure lo rise
You cm 't alwavt make everxf!'
(Jit in fliotx' slioitcmni! than um. i1.
It mav not It- u.n.cn.cnt f.i ) . t .1
mixed; or your mm mav ind hali
the pan around ri'.ric of these lit
diflcit-nir in ti-ults 1! oj u'
I "iint in." Sometimes you wTO
l i make the Kttttr a little thin: or
v ise in the own the moment It it
(vi nlv anJ it is necessary to turn
a- uiutrUiiitit make the sligblat
I Baking Powder
Ttii m.tc'n d.n.!i!i r.im. I .ikiin! powder has unuiual strength and
lx a!MiluMv tir'.on I r.n-f ya r I w nits cakes and pastry light and
fcathcrv. It i!i 11. a!c .111 at'U' dan. c ol Icav-mintf f.M both In the mls
1 1 1 q howl anil in Lit- i.vin. I in- ijimiiv! is iuUini.d until the dough is
Il.iuv4'wnii who us.- K C never have "haj luck" with their heklnc.
Try K C of our risA. N. ur j-ovir will ritund your money u
nol pkanJ hi wiry va.
wiiiih i n 1 1 1 1 uv$
SHOE SALE BEGINS TODAY
AT HARRISON'S SHOE STC?
Big Reductions on All Shoes.
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