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Arkansas Day Celebration. Residential society was particularly Interested in the luncheon given yes terday at the Hotel Majestic by the local club women who met in joint celebration of Arkansas Day. render ing ft program especially appropriate to the happy occasion. The menu consisted of Arkansas products served in several courses of delectable viands at four long banquet tables in a large private dining-room. The decorations were carnations and ferns which were given as favors. The plaeo cards and several other de tails were patriotic in suggestion, Ar Itansas and American flags being ex tensively used. The assemblage of ladies In gay rolored milliner) and bright colored toilettes were declared b> l)r. M. N. W'aldrip. spe ial speaker of the oc casion, to remind one of a beautiful flower garden. Tlte personnel of the party vas com posed of seventy-five ladies represen tative of thi most cultured, intellec tual. public spirited and progressive portion of local feminine society. Mrs. I. K. Wyatt made a most gra clous and charming toastmistress pre senting each speaker with remains both apt and complimentary. (irate was pronounced by Dr. Wald rip alter which the entire assemblage rose and sang in chorus. "America,” .. ■ — ■■ The secret of success in hairdress ing lies In tlie accomplishment of graceful lines, no matter by "lint means, more than in any other particu lar. The nrlist in coiffures must study the head and face of his patron and with the resources he lias at hand make the contour of the head graceful from every angle of view. A beauti fully shaped head may look it* best with the hair wrapped about it as f.TC Witfc IWjfcrt tour. Oftea the | n (n i build tin* hair out on the neck. Nearly always waves and curls add a charm, but there are exceptions even to this rule. A coiffure whose inspiration lias 1. -----=^-== 'been handed down tlji'uvvph centuries i is huilt on classic Irtnes, as shown in ! tlie accompanying picture. The 1mlr is waved for it and brought ovi r the forehead'and out on the cheek in ac cordance with the vogue of the hour. A small knot at the hack is surround ed by short curls, and a sparkling pin emphasizes them. A narrow headband of ribbon is a requisite of this lovely style. It might lie in satin or velvet in any color, or a narrow hand of gold or silver, plain or Jeweled. This is one j of the coiffures which vie with others at the opera this season, where honors are not easy. For hairdressers are | searching the past for ideas and turn ing out coiffures in many modes, ..... ■ ■■■1 1 "■■■ ■ .•* m Ill —»■««■■ 1—■■■ II a, mmmmmm 1. —i—» M virR. ( ( . Sparks presiding at the piano. The toasis given were by .Mrs. Wal ter Sammons, Ouakesup Club, entitled, "The Club Spirit ■; Mrs. ('. E. Hayes, Suffrage Club, “A Thought for To day"; .Mrs. Oeorge W. Walbert. Fort night ly Club, "The Spirit of Arkan sas"; Mrs. .1. E. Harper, chairman of the Biennial Board, "i»is Anticipa tions.” These were appropriate to the occasion and were received with hearty applause. The musical numbers were delight lul, the contributions neing vocal solos "Carmen" by Mrs. Edward Steigler. "The Blackbird Song”; by Mrs.’ Karl Wyatt and a duet by these same ladies, "Home to Our Mountains” from !1 Trovatore. .Much of the success of these contributions was due to Mis. E. Hogue, who presided as accom panist at the piano. The feature of ihe occasion was the address by Kev. Marion Nelson Wald [ t ip whose theme was "Arkansas.” Dr. Waldrip did not fart to extol the yvon derful resources of Arkansas which he enumerated with pride as a native Ar kansan himself, ills talk was instruc tive and entertaining. However, lie did not confine his remarks to the serious and real but interpersed them with humerous tales and anecdotes, some of which would have put the ra mous humorist, Baron Munchausen to shame in their w it of exaggeration. Dr. Waldrip, is delightful as au after dinner speaker. As an orator he is unsurpassed in this state and is con tinually in demand for public occa sions. Following Dr. Waldrip's address of yesterday, the entire assemblage arose and sang in chorus “Arkansas” with .Mrs. W. H. Connell presiding at the piano. Bluebird Shower Given Popular Bride. Mrs. Bethel Boudler, a popular bride of the past week, was the in spiration of a ‘'bluebird" miscellan eous shower yesterday afternoon given by a bevy of her girl friends at the home of Alias Margaret l+ago on Cedar street.. The game of “hunco" was enjoyed, after which delicious re freshments mere served. Punch was served throughout the afternoon. The shoiwer basket, was a lovely creation of blue and white and con tained many lovely and useful gifts. Musical Star Here. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brooks and daughter. Miss B. Franklin Brooks, oty Little Rock, farmer residents of IVot Springs, accompanied by Claude /lallan, motored over this week. Mrs. /Brooks is the guest of Madame Helen I Swift of New York and Paris, who is enjoying a sojourn at the Eastman. Miss Brooks is the house guest of Miss | Helen Alexander. Sin.-e leaving Hot SjM-ings, Miss Brooks has become a favorite a- a light opera singer. She possesses a wonderful lyric, soprano \oire. In fact, during the past fall and winter she had a musical triumph in New York. She was called south on account of the illness of her mother. •:> Hr * Announcement. The Jones S. I. A. will meet Monday at the school at 3 o'clock. # * * Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Price, Mrs. Joe Longinotti, Jr., Jay Halltnan and Mr. and Mrs. t'harlie Davis motored to Little Rock and back Friday. * * * Ijouis J. Dp Lnmarter has returned to his home in Grand Rapids, Mich. His family expect to remain here for several '.seeks with Mrs. Re Lamar ter's mother, Mrs. H. Schnveder. --- ! > » Just Arrived and Ready for Your Inspection New Spring Hats | N cw Black Lisere Sailors Beautiful Ribbon Sport »• Hats and ' SMART CREPE AND STRAW BEAUTIFUL RIBBON SPORT HATS COMBINATION EFFECTS. In All the Brilliant and New Oriental 1917 Colorings. We will be pleased to have your inspection, feeling sure that it will afford you some pleasure also to see the very latest imported model Hats, perfect in style, quality and workmanship. Mrs. E. Huff's French Hat Shop I 346 Central Avenue Phone 1066 The New Vogue in Early Spring Millinery There’s a Smart “ 1 ouch and Go ’ and a pleasing air o( distinc - tive and refinement in these Hats for Early Spring that will gain for them new owners rapidly when once you have seen them. A very pleasing collection for the remainder ol this week at a price which any woman will consider reasonable-Just note them in our windows tomorrow. 1 he Price $5.95 Private Branch Exchange-Nos. Gl-G?. Mifti WjiAor.AAIUwAflA - A motor party from Pine Bluff yes I terday was composed of .1. A. .lines and wife and are stopping at the Mar quette. They rpeort the roads fine, from the Bluff City. v * it- * Maestic Hotel Music Program. 1. March, Under the Banner of Victory. 2. Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz— S trails'. M. Song, Hose in tlie Bud. bolster ..Miss Schultz. 1 Selection, Siiybil, Jacobi. 5. Song, Poor Butterfly—Mbs S> htiltz. ti. My Dream, Lee. T. Phyllis, Deppen. s. Song, A Perfect Day.Bond-— Miss Schultz. h Only a Year Ago, Albers. lit. Siute, a Day jn Venice, Xevinn * * * Eastman Hotel Program. Soloists. Miss lionise Horner—Vocalist. Mr. Howard Keni’ield—Corneti.'t. 1. March, Dear Old Hants—Syli i Murphy. 2. Overture, Hungarian I. u stal'd pi —Keler .Bela. THIS MEDICINE WOMEN VALUE Positively Relieves the Suffering. More Convincing Proof. When Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab'e Compound was first introduced its cur ative powers were doubted and had to be proved. But the proof came, and gradually the use of it spread over the whole country. Now that hundreds of thousands of women have experienced the most beneficial effects from its use its value has become generally recog nized and it is now the standard medi cine for women's ills. The following letter is only one of the thousands on our files. Dennison, Texas. — “I cannot feel that 1 have done my duty until I tell what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I suffered from female troubles so I could hardly drag around and do my work. I was very nervous, and had dizzy spells, heat flashes, and headaches until life was a burden. My husband brought me a bot tle of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound and I soon began to improve. I continued its use and am now free from ail pains and aches that made life a burden. You may use this letter in any way you like for I want the world to know what a grand medicine Lydia E. Pinkham's N egetable Compound is. ” Mrs. G. 0. Lowery, 911 S. Barrett Ave., Denison, Texas. Write the Lydia S. Pinkham Medi cine Co-, Lynn,’Mass., for free advice. 3. Vocal Solo 4. Fantasia. Amerii an Songs— Foster. • 5. Cornet Solo, Eastman Polka— Kenfield. 6. Descriptive The Village Smithy — Dug Hotchkiss. 7. Selection, Katinka—Frintl. X. Vocal solo. ft. Medley, la. In Dear Old Scot land—Oscher. Star Spangled Danner. * * * Jones S. I. A. The Jpnes S. I. A. will meet at the school Monday afternoon at 3 o’cIock. Ail members are urged to attend. Dev. J. f}. Pile of Arkadelphia will preach a tt/lie First aHptist church at 11 o'clock, also at 7:3f). Mr.’, Pile is one of the professors in Ouachita Baptist college. # * * Word has been received in this city by Mr. T. J. Leonard, of the marriage tltis week of his grand-daugtiter, Miss (ilenora Cook, at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cook at Rockford, 111. The bride to' be and her parents formerly resided in this city. * ■* -* T), W. Thompkins mid family w 1 leave for I.oanoke today on a visit to friends. * * * Frank .Toplin is confined to IF; home with a severe illness. * * * ■Mrs. H. IS. Mnggoridgo and Miss Mary Finley will return this after noon from Little Rook where they spent O'.e week-end the guest.* of Miss Ethel Goddard. * * For bridge and euchre parties—Ap propriate girts in rut glass, bric-a-brac, clocks, lamps, stationery, etc. Lowest prices. Splendid varieties, Jaecard's, 502 Central avenue. --o FOR NU BONE CORSETS phone 2.102. Mrs. ft. R. Vantandingham. —o— — - DRESS FORMS. Mrs. Armstrong Is In the city mak intr her famous Dress Forms. For in formation call Woodcock & Lawson's 2 to 5 p m. or No, 6 Doll street, morn ings. MASSAGE TREATMENTS. iMRK E. T. -ROSEN wants you t0 try tli« New Life Electric Magnetic Swedish Treatment, for body and face, f'jnll at 420 1-2 Central avenue, apart trent No. 14. tf. MASSAGE TREATMENTS. MWS E. T. ROSEN wants vott to try the New Life Electric Magnetic Swedish Treatment, for body and face, Call at 420 1-2 Central avenue, Apart - meat No. 14. 1-30-lm Pretty Party Frocks for Girls -,u*' l There are many pretty frock* on dis play for members of the primary class in the school of social wisdom, and they are calculated to develop her taste, liy the time she arrives at the “flapper” stage, with a mind of her own ns to clothes, she will know some thing about party frocks, anyway. There are many dresses for the little miss, made of plain and changeable taffeta In light colors. And there are others of crepe of chiffon much beruf fled. Seine of thorn are short-walsted 801,16 ihem are long waisted, and others have no waist at all. All of thorn barely reach to the knees and their sleeves are ns brief ns their skirts. Meeks are round or square, and a little sleeveless body In several good designs Is worn over a dainty undorbody with sleeves, muclo of tulle or luce, In narrow ruffles, set close to gether on a net foundation. A new Idea 14 successfully carried out when taffeta,Is the material used, phort-walsted dresses, or slips without » ""Inline, are trimmed with several rm's of u»rrow ruffles of the silk shout the bottom of the skirt and miss refuses to go at nil. Here Is a11* of the latest creations for a littlegty" If Is nmde of French batiste and i* trimmed with narrow valenclenne»lWj and a little frill embroidery. The Ion* waist has n front panel of five too* ami wlnm it Is set Into the side bodf* frill edged with lace Is set on. ilar frills (Irtish the neck and slrevr* The short skirt Is laid In fine pl»" and trimmed at the bottom with serth.n and edging of valenctenM* lace. J The girdle Is made of wide M satin ribbon laid In pluits. At «*' side there are double rosettes hanging ends of baby ribbon In '“J same tint as the girdle. Little bo are tied In the ends of the pendant buns. The girdle slips through a atw of batiste at the back «ml fasten* •ler one at the front. It Is the dress ut each side, under rosettes. t ^*6* I Crash Golf Coat. I, Sleeveless golf coats of heavy ' are stenciled. A rose-colored <101“ I recently was stenciled In hlarfcj. Hie deep-cut urui place# wpre I bound.