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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1911.
Woman's Lunch CourJD2Luxeon Fifth Ave. From Which Mere Men Are Barred Really ! HAD REVOLVER IN SLEEVE. Man .Selreit In Of tit Is Held t'nilrr the Xnlllran I. an. .Frank Ifenoto, arre?e1 by Detective Hurka of the Kant Twsnty-sc i-ond afreet station at Twelfth atret arid First ave nue and discovered to be carrying" a baby liaminurless revolver In his rlifl t eleeve, wa arralf-nerl In the Yorkville Court thin mornirm unJer the Sullivan weapon law. Ilurke. who II known n 'Tlom-Shoe ltniy." Kot a tip that Ultra wan to he trouble lit the First aven ! e.irner. lie f' iin.l a crowil there anl UPOfl Uenoto'e rnnklnu a SUftriCtMSj re-n;irk grabbed him by the s-m and (01104 lb revolver. The prisoner told Lieut lreg of tho Kant Twenty-seeond sireet etatlon that he had been In the l ulled State twenty-two yearn, but hud taken out only hi first eltlsetistilp papafS, Jin I I thirty-two year old and lives at No, JW Kent One Hundred and Twelfth afreet. ten Rnaalan Ambaaaador Sail.. ST. l"17rratiBfRO, Oct. 10 -The newly appointed Itlsslan Amtiaalor to tho I'nlfed Htstes. M. Oeorse IlakhtnetlefT, and Madame Uakhmetleff left hist nlflit for America. Secretary Wl eeler and ti e ataff of teh American llmbassy were i the railway station to bid them farewell. Ambassador - iuild Is out at town for a brief vacation. Is No Place tor Slender Purses or the Ctrl in a Hurry, and Strange Marvels of the Confectioner's Art Arc Set Forth Upon the Menu. Ty Tthel Lloyd Patterson. TT.: rc : n . UVS AfTLUW at the paatrv the while vou 'huskllv demand "One of those." and know I yourself from that moment a tOCiaJ 1 outinat. Ilend your fate In the rnls'"l aychrowe and suspeiiiled forki of those i about you. In no other tWMM In New York does your position In eoclciy depend BO . ahsolulely upon I thorough ktiowledKe of what one nilkhl mil the cake ale- j ohtsm. And do not fancy, either, that here I will be a refuse Into which you may slide oil the days you don your lust year's hnt because It looked like rain In the mornlnf. Learn now that a lunch counter !s not necessarily an etebodl meiit of the vision the name conjures. Here are no neatly tailored stenographers, nor emudicd travellers I bolting for their trains. The feet that rest upon the low brass rail are silken I shod and vastly buckled. The purse reposing on the counter top are Jew- ! ellcd and chained and monogiarned. The hats that bend abovo the steaming piaies Dear piume more neavy man tlx thoughts hrneath them. But you must not think these beau tiful ladles who politely hut firmly el bow a place for themselves at the counter do not really eat. Ah, no. The more ethereal the appearance the greater the need of sustenance, appar ently. BUT THEY'RE QOOO EATERS, IF DAINTY ONES. "Mathlhle," sighed the one In velvet; long ametl.-yet earrings madu purple lights on i he cream of her che-ks un.1 Jier throat rose from a fold of priceless lace "Mathllde, I'm Just golnit to eat a trifle. Nothing at all, i rally Vou see, I had my breakfast served In my room very late." "Dearest." replied M.HMlde, "that suits me perfectly. 1 don't want a thins myself Oh, Just the merest bite. You know I'm dieting. I've lost" And trMfl afier a pause. "I tell you what we'll have, Mathilda, Just a few ousters nnl ofler that some bouillon Then, n)v love, as lonn as wo are neither Of us very hungry, we might have a chicken pate and Home egns henedletlne. No polntOes, dourest, they're so fattening. We'll Just havo a white-clad waiter behind the counter taste of lobster naiad and a SttOUlt Tor and watch him deferentially slide the tonl with some Kranglpane caloe. Will trifles of crust and Cream from hi you have chocolate with whipped cream, tray to your plate. Hut dare to point dear, or tea"" an uneducated but determined nnger j And Muthlldo murmured "chocolate," a lUJRsj OOimtOf on Fifth avenue. It la ex clusively for wom en. Itemember, It la not a tea room, nor yet a charming little confectionery with dainty tables. It la Just a plain, everyday lunch counter; the first and only Institu tion of Its kind to open Its democratic doors upon New York a long lane of lackeyed portal. Nor I It situated at that far end of Fifth avenue at mention of which so many of us look blankly well bred, and from whence, Incidentally, so many of u came. Neither Is It near that other end where Washington Arch droop It mouth aadly over the om nibuses and dray that have replaced 'be one time brougham and victoria. High l In the midst of New York's moot fashionable shopping district the lunch counter In question haa reared He vinegar cruet and weet pickle Jam Very near Fifth avenue' pocket- book and consequently very near It heart. A none' throw from the Wil dorf; a few block from Sherry' o Delmonlco'a ami directly acroa the avenue from Tiffany's. Surely enter prise makes atrange neighbor. CAN'T GET "PORK AND" OR EVEN "PLATE OF WHEATS." Tot, you must not Judge too hastily. Po not Imagine that you could fluP down on one of the high stool, plant your elbows firmly on the polished auruc of the counter and call for "pork and," or "a plate of wheats,'' and expect to be understood. Here la a new. In fact, an elltely modern lan guage. A lunch counter language, perhaps, but nonu the les very much of Fifth avenue, fitrange marvel of tho eonfei tloner' art are set forth upon the menu, and unlet- ttuee names come trippingly to your tongue you know yourself at once to be a rank outsider. Murmur, line choux praline and a Haba railMennu," to the as she reached for one of Hi Utile graham bread tafldWl hot that are piled at Intervals on I he counter. One cannot help wo' lerlnir whether the cl.-arcter of the me: i would change If men were to Invade the place. How. ever, that we may tie' er knot?, MERE MAN IS BARRED FROM THE HALLOWED LUNCH. Fill now an Mimwi tiabliei in lit pei- aon of a slender youth, Itnmi llal v haiHU. lushed and with a pompadour glistening like a halo, liars the way of the unaccustomed main who turns his feet toward hallowed gr mud. At the bark of the store, up a few ateps a' d at the UVblw . there he may go. Hut the lunch counter from U in the morning until ' 0'ClOOk In the afur noon Is not to be desecrated by tli presence of man. ' And has tho counter been Btarted, a a convenience for thi women who have only a few minutes to spare for lunch con from the.r shopping?" I asked. Tlui woman behind tiie pastry counter hruJued country have a quaint streak of Ameri canism In them. After all, a lunch counter appeals to an organ which la very near our heart. TROOPS TO GUARD TRAINS. Knur i mil lui n les on lnty to Protect NlrlLc-llrcnkere In slteelaalppl. NATCHEZ, Mien., Met. iv. a tele phone message from Mri'omb City says Tour companies of mllltla have been sent to Summit In anticipation of an attack on Illinois Central trains scheduled to : MoComb with strike-breaker. It I reported a number of ctrlker have secreted themselves along the line g abort distance from Mct'omo. IjSL" Ornatoo et Benito ' ' (HJ ft Celebrated Hats ft Ml The permanent choice of IfA i a growing majority of ! u discriminating dressers. A I 178-180 Fifth Ave. I 181 Broadway " B 31 The Wellington M Chestntlt St. IE nl Chicago Philadelphia jj. Oppenheim, (sllins k her shoulder. "lines a l.nly ever hurry, madam?" ahe ld. I watched. Indeed, I watched a wo man leisurely draw on her lonir ud glove and button carefully eaoh out ton, though another woman atood be hind Inr waiting for her place. 1 watched her languidly gather her purso and handkerchief find little pir cols, and lam-- iblly siiiiiler to tho cash ier's desk. There he laid down her handkerchief and purse and Uttlo par cels and paid her check and very alow lv adiuated hOf veil, while throe other women with their purses and handker chiefs and little pared waited to do likewise. So It Is no' became the smart women of New York-Can no longer epare tlmo to eat that FlfMi avenue's first lunch counter has come Into existence And It cannot ho boMUM society Is dieting very rigorously, Maybe It Is bocauso evon ooraoni of soolal position ta this Itcstorcs color to Gray or Faded hair Removes Dun drufVund invigorates tlic Scalp Promotes a luxuriant, healthy hair growth Stops its falling out. 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The SAVING Of MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE OP A DIAMOND is due to our lung-established cus tom of importing all our diamonds direct, buying tliem In large quanti ties for s n 1 1 1 cish. ninuntin? them in niir own factory and thus abolish ing all the middlemen' I profits which make diamonds so costly In other stores. We are, therefore, able to sell the beautiful s.ilitairrs here illustrated at remarkably low figures: ir. no. a.-.o.oo. Other Solitnire Diamond Rings from $10 to $1,500. 11- Karat, :i.:m. l S-Karat, tl nu. 12- Karii t. ".'-'". 1 4 Kiirut, i 1 In I Karat, BA.AO, la-Karat, 97. no. The Lambert Seamless Solid Gold Wedding Kings are 14-karat, 18-kar.it and 22-karat, and when we say that no stronger, handsomer wedding rings are sold we merely echo a verdict never questioned in thirty-four years. All shapes and widths. No charge for engraving. LAMBERT BROS., Third Avenue, Cor. 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Anions tliCf many announce ments were off i rs to sell stores, maik ts, liolels, restaurants, (afes, &c., for much less than they v.cre worth. Read World Ad. To-Day for Investments That Pay Lord & Taylor Ftmndtd I8i6 T a. i Special Values in Neckwear, Scarfs Feather "Boas and Muffs Real Irish Lace Neckwear Yoke of baby Irish, also combined with heavy $4.5to $0.25 values $5.00 to $8.00. Sailor and Round Collars $3.50 to $5.95 values $4.25 to $7.50 Stock Collars $1.00 nnd $1.95 values $1.50 to $2.50 Side Pleated Jabots rdpod with lace nnd insertion, $1.00 suul $8.50 values $1.50 to $4.50. Extra Large Collars Hand-embroidered, sailor and round shapes; also lactv trimmed fichttti $2.75 to $7.50. Hand Embroidered and Real Lace Jabots $450 each -values $5.95 to $8.95. Imported Lace Collars Clnny nnd Vcnise, s.'iilor and round shapes, 05e to $2.25. Side Pleated Jabots Stocks with jnl ots, fichus nnd chemisettes, 50c, 85c and $1.35. Fancy and Egyptian Scarfs $1.50 to $3.50. Novelties in Marabout and Ostrich Capes and Stoles black, natural and colors, $6.75 and $8.50 values $8.95 to $10.00. 'Black and Natural Muffs $6.75 to $9.50 values $8.00 to $12.00 JVomen 's Handkerchiefs Imported Princess Lace Handkerchiefs, in fancy boxes for gifts, 85c value $1.50 each. Imported Lace Edge Handkerchiefs . 40c and 50c values 50c to $1.00 each. AH linen, colored hem and colored embroidered initial; also Shamrock lawn, all white, hand-embroidered initial, open-work design, 85c per H dozen. French Novelty Plaids tape borders and revers, 75c to $1.95 values $1.00 to $2.95 each. Sheer and Heavy Linen Hemstitched yi, yi and V$-inch hem, 60c per dozen value 75c. Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St When Yon Furnish Yonr Home VISIT OUR ISSTAaaUBH sasuTB We Guarantee Satisfaction ON ALL PURCHASES The Most Complete Stocks Best Qualities Lowest Prices Furniture, Carpets, Rags, Bedding. Ac. CASH OR CREDIT '1 00 A Week Opens An Account Open Evenings Until t. 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