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ft. THE EVEN IG WJU ELD, TJU K 3 1J A x , TUBB K 12, 1922. Not the Food, but Decorations, Draws Folks to Restaurants V$ Souls Arc Above Kitchen Pots and Real Art Is Said to "A.1 - TT I! jjurc isamu'ou r rom muing. WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Copyright) .It la not tho food but tho sur roundlngs that count. They swapped color schemes Instead of cooking recipes nt tho annual convention of the National Restaurant Association In session here to-day. They agreed that tho fuluro or! their business waa to equal and exnmplcs. It also waa declnred to be ceed that of tho movie Industry dur-1 unless to waste tho decorative effect uciow mo mutes. Otbcr pcrt-ons recalled that Prohi bition has cleared up tunny blurred oyes, and that while In tho old days peoplo were satisfied with "quick ser vice and lots to drink," to-day they have to have Jaded appetites coaxed tng the next ten years. The rcawm, tho conferees agreed, waa that con gested apartments and tho sen-ant problem are driving tho home-keep-rs more and mom to dining out. Tho only thing that will Interfere with this coming boom will bo If the restaurant people fall to rlso to the occasion. Tho speakers agreed on tfcat. ' Interior decoration nsraln and again was emphasized as of far more Im portance than mere food. The dele gates loudly proclaimed that souls are above tho steaming fleshpota of the kitchen. While the.palato was thus .'ajore or less neglected, tho pocket fcooka received assiduous attention. To Batten thk patronizing bankroll and fatten tho owner's pockctbook. .In only Beds a UUla of tho atmosphere of real art. 'People will return to a place be cause of Its tasteful appearance, 'when what they had to eat Is forgot ten." was accepted by most of tho 3,000 delegates. Restaurant proprietors ven were urged to go In for high rt and to decorate their walls with masterpieces. "Watch art exhibitions and make effera. Even if a very high price Is paid tho Indirect advertising will bring tho money back home." Artists who arc popularly supposed to starvo In gar rets now may find tho cafeteria kings bidding for their creations. . Warning against allowing "house painters" to splash tho colors was given. To have a place done In an In artistic manner was aa bad, a speaker emphasized, as for a hostess to seat bitter, enemies beside- each other at dinner. The decoration should also correspond to the locality: mermaids would be all right In Atlantic City or Los Angeles, but oro hardly tho thing for Chicago and Birmingham. Tho Old King Colo room In New Tork and the Pied Piper grill 4n San Francisco were suggested as good ex- Sport Suits A LIMITED number of four-piece Sport Suits of fee imported tweeds. Some of these lines are incomplete in some sizes, while they last they will be sold at 47.50. "Sportsmen's Hcidquanrn" 47 B. 42nd St. New York Gty by their surroundings. Ship News Information. Due To-Dav- tUnoIut, Hamburg Oct. 3 rnormlna, NMilefl .Oct. 1 I.lttmnlii, Dnntlg Hopt. 20 noehamtxnif, Havre Oct. .1 8lol. Klnoton '.....Oct. 4 Kllvln, St. Jnhna Oct. II Huron, Turku Inland Oct. 1 Kt. Victoria, Bermuda .....Oct. Due To. Morrow. Manuel Caho, Cadlt Hfrt. 30 Franco, Havre Oct. 3 Prraldrnt Hardlnic. Ilremen Oct. I Alifonln, Liverpool Oct. 4 Ball TO'Dav. Malta Cloio. Ralla. Mlnnekahda, llambuti 7.00 A.M. 11.IOA.M. Carmanla, Liverpool. . S PO A.M. 12.00 M. I'rea Arthur. Hremen.. 8 SO AM. 1 1. SO A.M. Holllr Olav.Copcnhagen 8.00 A.M. 12 00 M. Ilrltannla, Piraeus. .. .11.30 A.M. 2 00 I'.M. Dominic, Tarahyba.. .. 9.00 A.M. I1MKIM. Mt. Carroll, Hamburg. 12.00 M. Biperanza, Vera Cmz.10.OO A.M. 12.00 M. Ball To-Morrow. Derengarla, Routhamp- ton 6 00 A.M. 10.00 A.M. itergenafjord, nercen.. 8.80 A.M. 12 00 M. Port Antonio, Kingston 0.00 A.M. IS Oil M Munamar, Kuevltni. . . 0.00 A.M. 12 00 M. Commr-wyne, I a r n- marlbo 12 00 M. ?, 00 I'.M. Haiti. Jarmel 12.00 M. 3.00 I'.M. Oplaml, N'aasau 0.00 A.M. 12.00 M. MEMORIAL MASS FOR 300 WAR DEAD OF OLD 69TH Miifrlril 1 rum Ilentrti In llnml n" Sen lep tJiira Oil. ' A memorial man for the 300 members of the 165th rtcRlmrnt (old CDth) who were kilted In tho opening drive of the ArRonne Octfl 12-H, 1018, wus celo bruted this mornlnp; nt tho Church of tho Holy Cro, 421 Street, near Ninth Avenue. Father Francis I. Duffy, for mer Clmplnln of tho refitment and rector of tho Holy CroM Church, Is In I'ttta linrg nml tho tunas to-ilay w'nH crle brnteil by his aaalitant, tho IteV. Wll llam Duffy. More than 300 relatives nnd member of tho deceased members of tho rcttl metit, nnil inntiy of tho ex-members at tcndPit tho senlcp. Among thoao pres ent was Lieut. Col, Alexander 12. An derson. At tho roncltiMon of tho service the KUard of honor with I.lcut. George Aelic, formerly of Company II, 166th, ascended tho altar nnd a fife and drum corps played "Nearer, My God. to Thee," with muffled drums, while I.lcut. Asho called tho roll of tho abxent dead. Tho ser vices concluded with the playing of the I Ins of "Taps" by Trumpeter 'Jack "Htar Hpnnuled llonncr" nnd ho blow-1 O'llrlcn, formerly of Company M. That's Good ! Try It. Yorkshire Pudding 'iSa! Smontd with Klt'S SettonlRg, Simd with Roast 0h, Pttk or Lamb , Recipe for Yorkthlre Pudding : Hilt together 1H cups of flour nnd a scant tea spoonful of salt) mlc In thoroughly two tea spoonfuls Bell's roultry Seasoning; add l4 caps of milk, Rradiiall jr.o as to make a smooth batter, than add 3 e BS. beaten until thick and llEht i turn into a hot dripping pan, the lnalds of which has been brushed over with roast, beef dripping; when well rlaen In the pan, baite with tho roast-beef dripping. Bake about thirty minutes. Cut Into squares and serve around roost. BELL'S SEASONING For Poultry, Meat, Flab, Game, Croquettes, Escallops, Soups,etc. Send for free cook book to WM. G. BELL CO., Boston 9, Mm. Wholeaale Agent! (ieorge A. Mendea a tV. N. Y. Cuticura Does So Much For Hair And Skin For promoting and maintaining beauty of skin and hair Cuticura Soap and Ointment are unexcelled Cuticura Talcum is an Ideal powder, refreshing and cooling to the most delicate skins. tutaU iMk tnt Vf UtO. AASnm: DiUnii U- Doapaa. uiansMizaaaatM. nuwso, Cvtwan Sop akavaa witkaut mug. FJOLTiPiiif Tube fret A r tiird m frrr mpir. riritd joui untitr tutl Ailt irrr jiitifii. mrtta mhii Uaiiii Special Purchase of "Domestic Science" Fireless Cookers, 24.50 AN extraordinarily efficient tireless cooker at an extraprdinarily low price. This article has so sim plified the preparation of family meals that every kitchen should be able to boast of one. Considering that the superiority of the fireless cooker is acknowledged and that we have been able to secure but a small quantity at this low price, the housewife will be wise indeed who visits oty House Furnishings Department early tomorrow. The "Domestic Science" Cooker has a double compartment, aluminum lined; one 8-quart and one 4-quart aluminum kettle and set of triplicate pails; thermometer, baking racks, tongs, four ra diators and other special features. The Squire "Broilee" 4.75 THIS is a utensil devoutly wished for by those who like tobroil foods without the usual attendant smoke and odor. Ask to have the ,Broilet"dernonsrxated. SnVDNTH FLOOR Dress Your Windows For Winter Ways IF your windows are to share the beauty you plan, for your home this year, they must be tastefully dressed. Fresh white curtains first, to gather and reflect all the light there is. Then overhanginga to carry out the color scheme of each room. You will find a wealth of suggestions for both of these in our Upholstery Department. Hand-Drawn Curtains Scrim of a soft fine quality, finished with two or three rows of hand drawnwork. It would be hard to think of a daintier curtain than this. White or cream, 2 yards long pair, 3.75, "Gay Cretonnes You will enjoy the colors and designs of these imported and domestic ere tonnes, especially on winter days . yard, 85c. FIFTH FLOOR a Cretonne Pillows Qreatly duced in 'Price 2.50 and 3 SOME are shirred on a cord around a poplin center, others shirred on two ends with a button in the center, still others puffed and corded. Round or oblong shapes. The boy or girl away at school would appreciate two or three of these and they will be serviceable all through the year. ART DEPARTMENT FIFTH FLOOR Special 'Purchase oj Comfortables, $6.95 CHANGES in the weather are frequent and sudden. But if you have one or more of these wool filled comfortables at hand you'll be amply prepared for the cold evenings to come. They have floral center covering, fine sateen borders to match. Colors, blue and rose . each, 6.95 Sheets and Cases Sheets 72 X99 81 x Q9 90 x 99 . . 1.80 1.55 Coses 1.70 45 x 36 . . 32c second' floor t 4- From Persia and the Far East ORIENTAL RUGS oIn Exceptional cAssortmcnt is eNprw on Sale AN unusually comprehensive collection of Oriental rugs is assembled here for your selection. The assortment reflects the experience and judgment of men who have made imported rugs their life study. The display represents the best, examples of Oriental rug making. Persia has contributed from her finest Kermanshahs, Sarouks. Araks and Mahals. China has given of her choicest ru'gS' in weave, design and color. The distinction and abiding pleasure that come from the possession of fine Oriental rugs may be had through taking advantage of this opportunity. A wide range of sizes, and the prices are most reasonable. FIFTH FLOOR Italian and Irish Linens In Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Doylies Italian Hand Embroidered Linen Huck Towels With colored borders. Blue and pink,. each . . 1.75 Italian Hand Embroidered Linen Huck Towels With row pf hand made Venetian lace, each . . 2.50 Doylie Sets Italian linen, hand embroidered. Set is composed of 13 pieces, 18.50 set. Embroidered in blue, brown, red and self colors. Cloths and Napkins Pure Irish linen damask, in exquisite patterns. Cloths, 2x2 yards, 6.75 and 8.50. Napkins to match, 22 x 22 inches, 8.50 and 9 "Old Bleach" Huck Towels-Pure Irish linen, grass-bleached. Hemstitched. 20 x 36 inches . . dozen, 12 . Tea Towels -Pure Irish linen weft, hemmed ready for use . dozen, 2.50 Tea Toweling Checked pure Irish linen weft . . . - . yard, 18c SECOND FLOOR Walnut Bedroom Set, 425 One ofSMany Excellent Furniture "Values THE suite illustrated, in six pieces, is built throughout of solid walnut with the exception of tops and fronts which are veneered with figured walnut. This is an advantage not usually found in a set at this price. MCr ft - 1 3 o o J o I I 1 I I J o Single Pieces Reduced We have just taken rad ical reductions pn a large quantity of bedroom chairs, rockers and benches. Seldom do you tee furniture of this ex quisite finish matkeel at such low prices. Other Bedroom Sets Seven piece set, solid walnut except tops and I fronts, which are veneered with figured walnut. Twin beds 440 Six piece set, all walnut . . 475 Six piece set of combination mahogany or walnut, 500; with chiffonier and dress, ing table ........ 435 SIXTH FLOOR Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE STORE OPEN 9 TO S.30 FOURTEENTH STREET FRIDAY Fomiti ; WEST OF FIFTH AVE. SATURDAY 1 Fall Fashions Becoming to Misses and Women at Prices of Advantage to Both Misses' Combination Dresses of Velvet and Metal Brocade Special 13.75 Straightline bodice of silver or gold brocade on black ground combined with full 'skirt of Velvet with long sides. Twisted girdle of black and gold. Other models in Canton Crepe come in cocoa brown, navy and black. 14 to 20 years. , Model is illustrated. Misses9 Frocks Specialized Price "1973 The young woman or the miss can always be suited in a Wellesley frock. New styles at this specialized price come in models of crepe back satin with smart drapery, and still other dresses of wanted materials such as Poiret Twill, Canton Crepe with the new ribbon trimming come at this price. 'Sizes 14 to 20 years. Women's Sfc2!E Dresses Special, 23.50 Poiret Twill dresses, embroidered or braided, in well tailored models selected with the care that always marks our models t 5mahtyme black, navy, cocoa and brown. """" Sizes 36 to 46 Misses' Fall Suits Special, 19.75 Velour, Tricotine and Twill models, in navy, black and brown. Coats handsomely lined and interlined. Some suits are embroidered and others strictly tailored. A good variety to choose from. Sizes 14 to 20 Women's and Misses9 Prunella Cloth Skirts 7.75 Were $9.97 Plaited models' in navy and silver, blue and tan, black and white. Sizes 28 to 34 One Sketched Ready to Wear Hats 2.25 1 ' Were $3.95 Tailored, dress and semi-dress models in the new shades, featuring especially wanted tones ot brown, and also a large selection of black hats. All are attractively trimmed. a - - f napi nrr rv STr m RtAwmj C tOI Centre $, X ' r mam E