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Arlington Dance. Among those noted at the Arlington dunre .ast night were Mr, and Mrs. A. Sturdivant of Hlendora, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore, Mrs. Wl.it Stearns, Mrs. S. A. Horner; Misses Bess Martin; Zena Horner, Roberta Kennedy, Louise Pettit, Claire Mr Laughlin, Prances Risele, Pay Beau champ, Margaret Neary; Messrs. Tom Martin, Myron and Warren Town send, Peyton Jordan, John Lambeth, ■Dick Lawrence. Ray Smith, Miller Belding, Cecil Ledwidge, James Weaver, Harnett Risele, Prank John son, Paul Thompson, Harry Kranz, Jesse Hildarn and Prank Pleasant of Minter City, Miss., and Ernest Ma in ay of Little Rock. * * 0 Miss May Orr Entertains. Miss May Orr was hostess to a party of eight of her young friends, at the home of her parents on Led-i widge street, yesterday i afternoon Book and other games were enjoyed and refreshments served. Those who t ujoyed the young hostess’ hospital ity were; Eliza tie III and Edith Angel, (Marie and Thelma Chapped, Pauline Simpson, Katin rine Hogue. Jewel Murphy and Katherine 'May Hogue of Memphis. . ♦ * * E. W. Elleman, the Park avenue grocer, has been confi led to his room several days with a serious attack of rheumatism. * * * Ed McDermott, chief clerk of tho Arlington hotel, left yesterday for North Bay, Ontario, Canada. He will also visit other Canadian points dur ing his vacation. * * * Ed Johnson is in New York City for the purpose of buying furniture for the Como hotei. * * * \lr. and Mrs. Edward Stelgler are in Benton visiting their brother, Crank Stelgler, and family. * * * jack Davis of Duffle’s has returned luinie after spending his vacation in Nashville and El Dorado, Ark ; Hous ton, Texas, and Shreveport, Ha. * * * Miss Afton Williams returned Tues day afternoon from l.ittle Hock alter a short visit to Mrs. tl. D. ‘>ma hundro. * * ,■* Mrs. F. M. Bailey has returned from a love.y visit to friends in Omaha, Nehr., and Council Bluffs. Iowa. ♦ is * Joe Butterfield, superintendent of Hie street railway system, accompa nied by Ids wife and mother, is in Mena for a ten days' visit. * * * Mrs. J A. Erwin is visiting le r sis ter, Mrs. J. R. Husbee, in Nashville, Ark. * * * Mrs. W. S. Pierson and title daugh tei have returned from Port Hibson, Ohio, where they spent the summer. # * ■* J. W. ilnllman of Dallas, Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. H. Wil liams. * * * Mrs. Mllsted Oaks ami children, Hazel ami Louise, who are in Arka delphia visiting Mrs. Gene Williams, are expected home today. * * * Miss Fannie Fry eft yesterday for Fayetteville to spend six weeks visit in' friends. * * * F. O. Oglesby, a prominent banker from Hope, accompanied by bis grandson, .William Hockiesmitb, is visiting his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Hi. McH allum, at their lovely home on lower Central. * * * Mrs. llettie Collins of HugTies Springs, Texas, and Mrs. M. J. Cou eriy of Marshall, Texas, grandmother and mother of Mrs.. T. I>. McCa.lum, have returned home after a visit of several weeks with the Mel allums. * * * The following are registered at the Majestic hotel; It. G. Pleasant, New Orleans; .1. M. Wilkinson, Kansas City; Mrs. F. and Alma Zimmerman. Public Stenographer Annie Melton 4OT404-405 Citizen* Nat’l Bank Bldfl Hi_I LADIES Don't Forget the World's Famous Nemo Self Reducing CORSETS All Ihs latest models for stout and slendar figures. First-CI ss Facial and Scalp Mas sage. Majestic Hotel beauty Parlor ROOM I I ” -—*-*— • * •4 Memphis; P. W. Rushing, Jackson, ’I'enn.; I). c. Rutledge, pine Blull P. K. Millward, St. Louis. * * * Porn, to Capt. and Mrs. William K. M ootton, Rig Fork, Ark., a seven l ound girl, on August 14. Capt. and Mrs. Wootton are former residents of Hot Springs. * * * H. K. Megginson, manager of the S. M. Duffle department store, wilt leave today for New York, Chlca o and Cleveland to do the fall and win ter buying for his establishment. * * * Mrs. L. II. Harris of Rolls, Tenn , is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. C. Fills. * * i Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Bills will leave Tuesday for Chicago. From there they will take a trip through the Canadian Rockies. * * * Mrs. Robert Meigel lias return'd from a visit to friends in Ohio and Kentucky. * * * Aima l.undguist and Mrs, A. W. I.uens, Rismarok, N. 1)., are guests at the Majestic hotel. * * * Frank and Mary K. Pleasant. Win t<r City, .Miss., are registered at the Majestic hotel. * sk * The late arrivals at the Majestic hole; include A. A. (ioilts, SI. I.nui ; •L 1’. Plunkett, Chicago; Robertville Hainiter, Miss Hess Stevenson, Little Rock; ,1. A. Spiegel, Kewanee, LI.; L. Massey, (ieorge L. Jones and Saain Henderson, Liltle Hock. * * Kno Rodgers, a prominent citizen of Fainsdale, Ala., arrived al ihe Maje tic hotel for an extended visit * * * X. I,. Salsbury, New Orleans, is a guest at (lie Majestic hotel. * * * Prominent among the arrivals al the Majestic hotel are Fred Huffy, Jacksonville. Fla.; A. H. Hearpe, Au gusta, <la.; Miss M-a\ Owing, Ininhar ton. S. .1. t’. W'oife, Baltimore; !v. R. Guthman, New York. —— -o WASHINGTON IS WITHOUT WAK NtWS AMBASSADORS ABROAD HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OUTSIDE THAT GIVEN BY BUREAUS. Washington, Aug. 19. -Officials of the Fulled States government are a ignorant of what is happening on t'e* battlefields of ICurope as is the gen eral public. Not a mosss/ and American diplomats are in hourly communication from ad Luropeau capitals- has come in the last live days hinting at tli,. development of similar operations. In only one dis patch was there any refer nice n> pending hostilities. Minister Whit lock of Belgium reported that al though the seal of government mm been moved to Antwerp lie saw no need of leaving Brussels for the pre ent It was inferred from his die patch that the German forces w, re not yet ciose to the Belgian capital. Absence of information about move ments of tlie armies is accounted for by officials as due to the' fact that American diplomatic officers are ah sorbed in caring for stranded Ameri cans and are unable to call at the embassies or legations where news might tie obtained. Ambassador Herrick, in one mes sage, spoke of the fact that even diplomats were unable to learn whai was happening in the war /one be yond what was given out by the offi cial press bureau. From I lie Far Fast the American government had no dispatches today. Baron (’hinds, Japanese ambassador, conferred briefly with Secretary Itryan. but said lie brought nothing of importance. Kaifushah, the Chinese minister, later talked with Mr. Bryan hut demined to discuss the object if ills visit. Representatives of virtually ail the peace societies in the United States formally expressed (heir appreciation to Secretary Bryan of President Wil son’s tender of good offices to tic Kuropean powers. -o Lyric Theatre Monday, Aug. 24 — Max Figman and Lalita Robertson in "The Man on the Box”—5 big reels— 10 and 20 Cents. 8 19-5t --—-<►*.«-* — - KODAKS anil Kodak finishing by an expert. Sorrells Drug Co. ■ —o HUERTA IN LONDON. Former Mexican President is Now Stranded in England. 9minion, Aug. 19.—9:30 p. m.— Mn rooned in London because of the war and the coiisetpient interruption to travel, Vlctoriano Huerta, former president of Mexico, and his family made a brief sight-seeing tour about tlie city today. Imading his party into two auto mobiles, General Huerta instructor the driver to go to Trafalgar sqiiari and Buckingham. Suggestions that In might a.so car* to see Westminster a™... | We Offer Our Entire Stock of High Grade Straw Hats SSHSBSSHBSMSSHHHHSSnMBHi '"WlUCrWUHg SIWIIIIS—S—1 "SKSSMUMSSI \ f Selling from $2 to $5 for Dunlaps Included II From Flight O clock | Till One O'clock * Ij. Strauss Sc (Emttyamj “Finest Men’s Store South” Party Frocks for Little Girls -- I Till*] three simple dresses pictured hero, worn by little maids from six to nine years old; set forth the most approved lines on which frocks for children aro made. They are of fabrics most in demand for occasional Wear. They are made in tho same de signs ns the simple clothes for daily wear, but show more latitude In the matter of decoration. At the left of the picture tho little miss Is arranged in a party frock of messaline. It could hardly be more simply cut If it were a gingham school dross. It is a plain slip with parallel tucks running lengthwise at the front and back. They, with the shaping of tho underarm seams, provide the scant fullness of the skirt. At the termination of the tucks small ros ettes of velvet ribbon aro used as a finishing touch. Tho neck and sleeves are ornamented with an applique of heavy lace. At the right a plain clo3f*-fltting slip fastens at the left side. It is made of a figured crepe, in white, finished with a sailor collar and bow in black sat in and a sash of black satin ribbon. The sleeves are very short and orna mented with four narrow tucks at tho bottom and finished with a piping of black satin. Tho fastening is man aged with small crochet buttons and buttonholes above the waist line. Hc Jow this tho hem In tho material is stitched down. Very long blark stock ings and low slippers with straps are worn with this somewhat abbrevl- , ated garment. A little greater length and amplitude would improve the i skirt. Fine plain organdie or dimity or | the best grades in lawn are suited to the dress shown in the middle of the picture. It is also a oue-ploco slip, with the fullness provided for by deep plaits laid over the shoulders in the back and front. Tho skirt Is bor dered with a wide band at tho bot tom, of printed organdie, showing plain and figured stripes alternating, and tho sleeves are finished with one plain and one figured stripe of tho same material. The figures appearing In the border arc calculated to capti vate tho childish fancy. Conventional figures, fike snow crystals and much conventionalized little, dogs and birds interspersed among them character ize this bit of decoration, only suited to a young child. Tho sleeves in this dress uro elbow length. Tho neck is finished with a band of tho figured fab ric. A round collar of princess lace forms the finishing touch for this lit tle dress-up affair. Half-length socks and low canvas shoes are worn with this as with almost all other summer dresses. In adapting these designs to Ameri can children the/ are improved by cutting them knee length and allow ing slightly more fullness at the bot tom of the skirt. JULIA BOTTOMLEY Abbey and St. Paul’s cathedral were] dismissed by (leneral lluerta with an] impatient “Only Trafalgar square and Huckineliain palace.” (leneral lluerta and family slipped into London unannounced and tools a part meats in an obscure hotel, wiser • they have rested quietly for two days, worn not by their trip from .Taniulea. To inquiries as u> ids health, (ion oral Huerta said lie was well but tit I out. lie will remain in Rngland until August 24, when he will go to San lander, Spain. Simple Coiffure for Any Occasion ONE of tlic loveliest of the now colf furrB Is pictured hero. It Is shown decorated with an extravagant orna ment of paradise feathers, for eve ning wear. The style la not elaborato ami might be adopted as one suited to all occasions. There Is a small pompadour of un waved but fluffy bnlr extending from temple to temple across tho forehead, with a very light fringe as a finish. The mass of the hair is parted In the middle of the back and combed for ward at each side. It is held loosely and braided In two braids, which be gin at a point Just above the ears. These two braids require all the hair excepting the ends of that portion which covers the pompadour. These ends are spread over tho crown of the head at the back, concealing the part, an 1 pinned down to be concealed bv the braids. The braids are brought across tho I back of the head ami are pinned to ■ place. In hair of average length the I _ end of one braid will extend ‘to tho 1» ginning of tho other, the two form ing a double braid across tho buck of the head. Rut tho urrangementiof the braids must depend upon tho length>of tile hair. If It Is very long they will bo colled and pinned down at tho back of tho head or wrapped about it. Tho feature to bo noted in this coftfTure especially is the fact that the hair is brought forward bo that the braids begin above tho ears. To dress tho hair in this way suc cessfully requires that it bo first made Huffy. A small support Is needed to keep tho pompadour In place. A scant supply of nalurul hair may be dressed In this way by using two short switches In the braids at the skies. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. Bridle of Pearls. One of the dainty new evening rapes Is made of lace, wired to stand out about the face and fastened under tho I chin with a bridle of pearls. i * c makes (ienasco so enduring and economical for all your roofs, *j Get it now for all your buildings. Hamp Williams Hardware Company f Hot Springs, Arkansas. m tmmmmmmmmmmmmm j HOT SPRINGS ‘ FOUNDRY CO. Hlgh-CI*** IRON. STEEL. 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