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Colorful Evening Frocks j Prosperity Is translated Into clothes In this season’s evening frocks. Satin, ercpe, brocade, cloth of gold arid sil ver, met a Hie laces, and, above all, masses of not are used for making them. There is no limit to the use of color, which Is of wonderful value lu them. Intricate combinations of color, and the introduction of unusual shades bring the attention to a standstill In many a gorgeous gown. In this par ticular designers have found a new world to conquer, and they appear to be enjoying the business in band. Leaving the matter of color to those who study It, the lady of fashion may proceed to choose either straight hanging or spreading skirts for her evening frocks. If the slim silhouette Is possible to her she may choose It. hut the full skirt covers up defects of too little or too much flesh. It makes the waist of the stout figure look small er than it really is. and it obliterates the angles of the thin woman entirely. The tinder sltp of sfttt and metallic tissues Is In high favor, along with ; satin and taffeta, as a foundation for ' evening gowns of net. Net for the J gown, in at least two colors, both dll- | w ferent from the color of the slip, re veal tin* latitude allowed in this mat ler of color. Two odd ami beautiful combinations have been found in (peri winkle blue and honey color, and in pinkish buff (like (lie inside of a cauieloupc) and light olive green. The evening dress pictured bus a boiliee of satin, and n full yoke of it, in the skirt, is gathered on to the waist. An insertion of light net is set on to the satin yoke and a fbiuncp of •lark net is shirred to tills insertion. An underpettlcoat of taffeta is finished at the hottiptn with a puff of the light net. and the model may he made suc cessfully In any good color combina tion. 'I'here is a senrf drapery of net over the shoulders. It begins at the waist line at the hack, falling in long ends at the front. The airy scarf of ma lincs or net, whatever the evening frock may tic. Is a part of it. or Is wound about tin* shoulders or may fall from the hair as a separate drapery. ^ V • 4 it a da^li oi lemon quenches the most irritating thirst COUNTY SCHOOLS HAVE BIG j ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN AT HOWARD SCHOOL | A big event in county edu<ational ' circles was the get together meeting held a' the Howard school hou-e. Tour | mu, s north of town, and attended by t i vei' two hundred people. Four s hools participated in the 1 lonlosts which were followed with ,ger ini ’rest by spectators and con t< stunts. The schools participating were Wal 'nut Valiev, taught by .1 L. Herndon: Lowery, taught h;. Miss Kmma Silas: i Number One, taught by 1). K. Hig nieht; and Howard, taught h> f. V. . Pittman. j Superintendent David V fro Lett acted a- conductor, presiding in his in*ml fair and impattial mine r wh h ,s won for b:m th< confidence of the I ivblic generally. | The feature address! s were made hv two prominent nvn of uo» Springs, .ludg' Alnnz/u furl, who delivered the "WBBL j:' —— [candidates for conns EIGHT NAMES ARE SUBMITTED THIS MORNING FOR THE PUBLIC APPROVAL. Nonpartisian Form of Government Results in Several Well Known Re Publ cans Responding to Call of Friends. 1 lip nou-partisian inrm of govern ment known a- the commission form with tiie e.ty manager, wnicli will e effective in this city at the end ot the present city administrative terms, has resulted in the announcements of <i number of leading citizens for the eominissioiierships which have con L ol ol all the city affairs. 1 his morning in (he announcement column i- found the names of many citizens, democrats and republicans alike, who are answering to the call of 11 lends and submitting their can didacies. Those who have announc ed thus far are: M. A. Bisele. (leorge V Callahan. Hubert A. Jones. Hamp Williams. I>r. Leonard it. Kllis. K X. Kollh. It. O. Mor. s. (Jus Strauss. There has been one mayoralty can didate, (Jecrge It. lidding uaviag made formal announcement lor the office under the commission p'uu, after he had recently won a demo cratic nomination for the mayoralty under the former plan. It is reported that there will be (other nominees t'er the mayoralty and | eommissionerships during the coming week, particularly after the proclama tion has been made calling the el - tion. Tlhe candidates in this race do not have to hove nominations or pet itions, but may comply with the ccr rupt practices act and by lili ig the proper papers with the city clerk, he ent iled to place oa the tickets. best ndilrcss of his career .<» a pub lic speaker, talking for one Hour and fifteen minutes to a deeply interested audience, and Mr. Ilamp William!:, who taked for forty minutes in a dis course both entertaining and protita t ie to his audience. Program. Prayer I. K. Herndon. siona. "Arkansas"—Four S- hod*. Contest. Spell ink"Fftnr "SfWwvts Address. “Preparedness'' Judge A Curl. Picnic Spread on Ground*. Baseball Game. Address. “The Kcho of Kind Words' Hon. Hamp Williams. Contest, Spelling —Four Schools Contest. Arithmetic -Four Schools. The contest .work done was of a high character, all of the schools mak ing splendid grades or per cents which Rttes'ed to the diligent study of the pupils and the excellent instruc tion given by their teachers. , State Superintendent J. K. Bond and State Agent W. K. 1-aster were invited to attend but were detained m Kittle Rock by business. announcement. Dr W 11 Hickson announces that be treats eczema, blood and all kinds of skin disea. es. by a method that is simply wonderful. Also diseases of the rectum and cures piles w.thouf the use. of the knife. Twenty years in Hot Springs Citizens’ Natl. Bank ' 2-21-1m Bldg.. r*r ’oad of trunks at Ha ls He cuts •he price. Hail advertises Hot. Springs Wliv net you he’n Vim. 1-?0-1mo —-- " fi" jrj_____ UJe Ure Prepared to Print Anything From Card to Catalog —Che— Sentinel -Record Job Department « Cetter Deads, note Deads, Bill Deads, Statements, envelopes, Cards, etc. , 4_i——=a COXTIXCKD FROM PACK nXR. I At in r.'clix k the casket was taken trout the city hall, where it had lain in state all night. A cordon of mounted i polio*- preceded a g utrd ruling along with a major general’s flag, tpvn white stars on a rod field, (leheral Hell and his aid", ih" Ttlird crust artillery band two regiments uf artillerymen and the I sailors and their hand preceded the | casket. Directly after came the gen-1 oral s hcr-o shrouded iu blath.A pair I of black riding boots with dangling spurs were reversed In the stirrups Mouners in automobiles followed and companies from various military and patriotic organizations brougtu up the rear carrying draped standards Coast artillerymen waring side arms guarded the entrances of the First Presbyterian church and re strained a throng many times the cap acity ot the edifice Here the general's widow, son, Frederick, and brother, Altho. and immediate relative's await ed the casket borne ny eight enlisted men who had seen service with the general. The honorary pallbearers fol lowed. They were; Rear Admiral Wil liam F. Fuilmnn. commanding the Pa cific fleet; Krigadior tlenerais Will am 1.. Sihert, It. K Ryans and Oscar Long Colonels John T Knight, City L. Rddy and Captain Fitrhugh Lee. Ceneral Funston's personal aide. They were in full dress and were followed by the mayor. James Rolph Jr. and city offi cials. Services conducted hv the Rev. William Kirk Cuthrie. pastor of the eburch. were brief. T.vo of the gen eral's favorite hymns were sang, "Lead Kindly Light at d "Ju-t for To day." "lie was a man of deeds, not words, and to say more 01 him would lie d's pleasing to his sou! " said Rev. Mr. Guthrie at the close of the eulogy. Throughout the jonrue- to the cemetery the storm steadily increas ed. drenching the marching <olum:ts j A-- th< ct-son entered the gates of the I r°servation minute guns began to bornt. firing 11 times. \t the conclu sion of the service the mouners left. Orders were snapped out. three vol leys were fired and a soldier blew taps, \nother saltt'e of II guns con eluded the rites. Dr. E F. AVlnegur nan returned to his practice and om i.c found at hip office HG-ns Corral awn-te from ft to i- end 1 to n in. 1114 If. -o -- — — Expert KODAK finishing Foriells^ Drug Co. tf. When She Goes Bicycling Clothes exactly suited to their use are sure to possess distinction, be cause this js one of the elements of Rood style. Now that everybody goes bicycling, costumers have bent their fertile minds upon togs for the wheel, and have turned out such altogether fetching creations that tin* sportswom an dotes upon them. It. is enough to tempt one to live out of dobrs all the time, when comfort and beauty are combined as they are in sports clothes. From top to toe the lady who smiles at life, in the accompanying picture, is dressed as site should be. Her suit comprises three pieces, kniekerboek ers, coat, and skirt. She wears golf stockings and low-heeled, limad-toed calfskin shoes. Her hat is close fit ting, a smart shape with brim enough to shade the eyes. It is of a light-col ored velour, trimmed with a scarf of soft silk. » IIIK* <>l| l XIf Mli/jiM i «'i umn a new, rainproof fabric which is dou ble faced merits mention. It looks like a thin leather on one side and a .satin on the other. It is used in huts intended for motoring, or any other sport. Then there tire hats crocheted of a patented braid. They are beauti ful mid comfortable, clinging to the head like a glove to the hand. The wheel suit shown in the picture Is made of serge In shepherd's check, and depends upon bone buttons for its decoration. The coat is made with a sct-ln belt of the material, nnd Is pro vided with patch pockets. The wide sailor collar is faced with satin. Plain contsleeves are finished with deep cuffs with n pointed turned-back flap at the top fastened down with n but t?iu. The knickers are Just plain knickers, with nothing to distinguish them from any others. The skirt is perfectly plain, tils smoothly about the hips, and is just full enough to allow a comfortable stride. When the fair bicyclist abandons her wheel to walk, take tea, or otherwise disport herself, she may fasten it at the front, for it is furnished with buttons and button holes for that purpose. The skirt is cut rather short, hardly long enough to reach the shoetops. Its advantages for climbing are evident. It may be buttoned only part way to suit the requirements of tlie wearer's action, and permits perfect freedom either on or off the wheel. f / J I1U" ■""'■i .. . ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ 1 Natural Gas Service j |-| % NEXT TO THE GOVERNMENT HOT ♦. % WATERS, NATURAL GAS IS HOT ♦ X SPRINGS'GREATEST ASSET ♦ ♦ I ♦ -♦ ♦ ♦ X WE VENTURE TO SAY THAT NEARLY i X EVERY WOMAN IN HOT SPRINGS WOULD X X VOTE NATURAL GAS SERVICE THE VERY ♦ X BEST ASSET. ♦ t X ♦-♦ X Natural Gas Service is ideal for Heat- ♦ X ing and Cooking. It lightens the hur- X X dens of the housewife and prevents X ♦ drudgery. It is Clean, Efficient and X ♦ Economical. J X ' X ♦ Always at Your Command ♦ ♦ ♦ 1 Consumers Gos Co. 1 ♦ Xs ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ RECTOR AND SAWYER. The partnership between K. \V. Ttor : r and nil seif lviving been dissolv 'd by tlie death of .Mr. Rector, 1 .'''ill ■ontinue tiie practice oi law under the inn name of Keeior an 1 Sawyer, heretofore tied. this continued use > iiis name having been generous'.v suggested and permitted by Ids fam ly. R. !•;. SAWYER, lot Spring' Ark, Feb. it, r>17. L’-’.’-vf iDEMOCRATS BREAK THE FILIBUSTER COXTIXt ED FROM PAQB < >NB, rungement gave them a chance to save enough of their legislative program to avert an extra session. There was no understanding, how ever, as to what the republicans might <io with other hills than the revenue measure in case some of them should hold to their determination to force tin extra session in order to have con gress in sesion for developments in the European emergency. Several others pointed out that a vote on the revenue hill wottid not n.Mitl art extra session would tie avow cd. Aside from this legislation the most important supply bills, the navy, army and sundry civil bills carrying alto gether dose to a billion dollars have not been taken up at all in the senate. On the .nsistence of Senators Hans dell and Vardanian a provision was a eluded in the agreement giving five hours on Monday for distil loa of the flood control bill with no assurance, htl vever, of a vote. When just before midnight Sena tor Simmons suomitted the proposed agreement to the senate for ratifica tion every senator was on his feet.. Senator Ashurst declared he would object unless assurances were given of consideration of t ie conference re port on the Indian appropriation hill and it was agreed to give an hour to this report on Monday. When other senators including Sen ator Shafroth. urging the Porto IVco leport began to plead for "pet" meas ures Senator Penrose declared: “This has gone far enough. If there is to be any fur’her wording of this agreement, objection will come from the minority. The minority already has sacrificed enough. I will sax tur ther to the senators from Colorado and Arizona that neither of their bills will puss at this session of congress " The objections were withdrawn and at 12:05 a m. the senate adopted the agreement by unanimous vote. BOWLING NOTES. A most enjoyable afternoon at bowl ing was spent on M('Roberts Valley Place Alleys Saturday when Mesdames N. P. Linn of Decorah, Iowa: F. H. An son .Chicago; N. A. Weems. Haskell. Ok la.: Geo. Pos'el, Cincinnati; F. Brandt, Rock \ alley, Icwa: Frank SeM. Harry G. Smith, A. W. Williford, and llobt. M(Roberts of Hot Springs gave a copmlimentory to Mrs. Bessie Anderson of Decorah, lo>wa. After | bow ling a match game a lunch con-j '- '■ ■ ' ■ - ■ ■" ' —. tributed by all the ladies was served to all present. Mrs. MciRaberts won first prize, u "Salad Bowl." Mrs. Seyl a “Baking Dish", Mrs. Rotel won the •booby "Rattler. Mrs. Anderson was presented with a beautiful hand made linen "handerkerchief", Mr. and Mrs. Linn with Mrs. Ander-on leave for New Orleans and potnts in Florida be fore returning home. Blues— Mrs. Seyl . .Vvs. Anderson .171 Mrs. Bostel .13S Mrs. Linn .137 Mrs. Brandt .DIO Total . 918 Pinks— Mrs Weems .277 Mrs. Anson .237 Mrs. Smith .217 Mrs. VyiUifortl .162 M'.a/MoRojferPlj.349 Total .\.1269 RIDING t-l* For Rent t>r Sal* HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CO. ?0S> Cottage St. Phone StJ - —o—. Try • Sentlnel-Record Want Ad. j BIG SHIPMENT OF I NEW SPRING HATS Has arrived and will lie on ON DISPLAY * MONDAY —AT — POPULAR PRICES NOTICE WINDOWS Star Ready To Wear I Store S 818 CENTRAL AVE. \ ■——— Saint John’s Place 591 W. Grand Avenue On South Hot Springs Car Line. A quiet home like place, In a high and dry location, l blocks south of the Courthouse. It has large shady ground* and airy porches, good home cooking. Board and Lodging per week $7.00 and up according to room or special service. For further Information Phone to 1582. BENEDICTINE SISTERS.