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THE WORLD WEDNESDAY KTEWINO NOVEMBER 25 1003
j1tURKEY RULES
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ta Fifth Avenue Palaces and
East Side Tenements All Is in
Readiness for the Great An
nual Thanksgiving Feast
CITYS DEPENDENTS
t r ARE NOT FORGOTTEN
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The Poor as Well as the Grim
Inal Will Partakc of the Na
tional BirdMan Dfaners
1ii Arranged for Newsboys
Bbta la the Thanksgiving bill of fare
suggested by Oscar the famous chef At
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fi THE WALDORFASTORIA
Cpa Cod Oysters
Giblet Soup
niet English Solo a Ia Marguerite
Spiced Cucumber
r j Baltt of Mutton with puree of Chestnuts
nut
Stuffed Peppers
IUio < J Island Turkey 8tufT d with
Celery
Cranberry Sauce
Cauliflower American Style
Lettuce Salad and Camembert Cheese
Plum Pudding with Vanilla Sauce
Mince Pie
Coffee
Here ft the Thanksgiving dinner at
Dolans famous lunchroom
l CAFE DOLAN
Clam Chowder
Beef andwith tHe accent on the and
Coffee
Crullers
Mlaco Pie
This is the lonset day of the year
to the thousands of children who are
awaiting V 3 dawn of Thanksgiving
morning Longer than The any before
Chrlstmts because through the slowly
movlnir hours hey muat Bit In stuffy <
achool rooms and wonder It the hands
of the clock will never go round
T the buiy offices ot the city where
the providers are at work it In the
comfortable homes Where mothers or
servants are preparing for the coming
feast the excitement Is less tnteiree
yet all share In the Joy of anticipation
Tomorrow U the day ot rejoicing and
of thanksgiving for the good things of
fr earth the year has yielded
In the plltacelln Fifth avenue and
Riverside l Drive and In the humble tene
ments of tho east side can be heard
the din ot preparation for each one can
1 find something for which to be thankful
To the rich and to the poor it Is a tlma
to forget the cores of life and to be
grateful for the things they have reo
calved even though they be small
Hot All Will Have Turkey
Not every one In Greater New York
or in tho nation will have turkey for the
feast but tow will need to go without
a hearty nourishing meal In this year
of plenty For those who have been
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unfortunate and who face the winter
wltl dftuMs and misgivings the more
f < prosperous will provide generously
It i It all the turkeys which ore now
awaiting the oven In New York were
1 moulded Into one a wag estimates thit
the gigantic bird could e > at hto breik
fdst off the roof of the Flatiron Build
lng > There Is Indeed a greater demand
that the market men can supply New
England and Long island farmers are
boldlng on to many fowls for the higher
prices they hope to get later
To the very poor tho price of the gob
bler is prohibitive and even persona In
moderate circumstances find It a lux
ury The market price for turitey Is 21
cents a pound Goose which Is general
ly Within the reach of tho poorat this
seison la now at the same price
The city has not forgotten lu depend
ents and while thousands of happy fam
I ilies are gathered in their homes and the
less fortunate content themeselves with
UIiood things provided by luxurious
hotels and restaurants tho Inmates of
I tho city institutions for the destitute
too criminal and the lick will be ted
bountifully
t iTurUey for City Dependent
In the vuriouk Institutions controlled
by tho Departments ot Charities and
corrections several thousand pounds of
turkey and chickens will be served be
aides large quantifies ot mince plei
celery apples and Ice cream and the
other accessories to a first class Thanks
giving dinner
The Department of Charities will alone
usa 7000 pounds of turkey and 6000
pounds of chicken In the Department
of Corrections 5000 pounds of turkey
have been ordered and Moo pounds of
ohlckeiis Tnere will alio be used for
tJi Department alone 2 WO mince pltu
The number of pounds of fowl appor
tioned to the various city hospitals tol
l Hellovue 1210 pounds turkey 1150
pounds chicken Gouverneur 125 pounds
4 turkey 100 pounds chicken Harlem 75
pounds turkuy 50 pounds chicken Ford
hm TS pounds turkey and 50 pounds
L Chicken
C Uome one alwayj looks after the news
boy and the little ragamuffins who get
thli living from the street and they
W1 eat as they have not eaten in
tuocths They will get turke too the
t richest and sweetest that the farmers
fcuve sent to the ctty These turkeys
C j1 ibe stuffed and there will be cran
2 berV sauce on the side and a lot of
oth r things not omitting the delicacies
4 wItch are most dear to the youthful
11 ate
Charitable organisations have arranged
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i ranged many dinners where the poor
t tlfiy oT and eat until they want no
S biuro They will bs asked no Uva
I U > ni for tII a season when charity
It exes unbridled
i it there sTicuid be any scarcity of tur
Wkeyt then Is no task on craiiberrles and
fithl palatable fruit finds as much favor
wen eaten with other poultry and meats
f et all binds as with turkey
Tfttro IiltJlbten a large demand for
jtII frUlt since the opening of the leA
OB western people depend chlelly Upon
ttMEast for their supplies and begun I
1 call for the berries early In Septoai
j jundred of carload have been
tQiftItl > d to all sections of the West
j order are now coming for the
1 market
ri rark receipts this year are about
lower than In IWJ amounting
lIum > Mto 17SOOO smhels com
7 r6i ktclllen for the
S i > > lMalr prices now
t71II per loaquart barrel
e t cods and M35 to
4J Uhe latter being
lJMklrig purposes
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George Adas Political Satire
at Wallacks Keeps Conven
tion of FirstNighters in a
Roar for Hours
The County Chairman called a con
entlon ot ftrstnlRhters together nt
Vallacks last night and kept It In the
> e t of good nature for more than
two hours
Oeorge Atles political satire carrlul
the mctropolltan district by a large
majority The County Chairman de
servo to remain In oince until at least
the spring term
Although Mr Ade didnt non out be
fore the curtain and sputter Hunks for
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your kind applause another proof of
his originality ho won a genuine cue
CCII for this playful political play ot
Is Is the best line of goods to uo
ono of his expressions Uiat he had
offered this dramatically mourning com
munity
The great American play which the
Vatlonal Art Theatre Society and oth
er expectantly await hasnt been Unloaded
loaded at tho theatrical freight omen
but Mr Ado hat shipped us something
yplcally American and truly amusng
TO keep Broadway In almost constant
nets Is easy
laughter through four no I
Job jet Mr Ade performed the task
without turning a literary hair or show
lag his forlorn face before tho foot
lights
Unmiuki Politic
In The Count Chairman ho has
unmasked the humor ot American poll
ttcs which at best II little more
than a joke lie has laid his campaign
In country township but Its principle
iplles equally us well to a Manhattan
borough for one touch ot politics like
hat of nature makes the whole world
kin Victorious TiuniraiijItM and an
guished reformers In last ntebta
audience recognized primitive prototype
In Mr Ades crude characters
It wan a relief to llnd that Mr Ad
d not expect us to take him seriously
There is but one serious moment In
the plat and that Is when Jim llucklor
the County Chairman Is on tho pont of
publishing ata thief Ellas Hlgby tho
opposition candidate for 1rottcutlnj
Homey whu years before cheated
liackler out of the woman ho loved
The appeal of Itlgb B wife mOles Hack
er to relent
llackier who Is a politician of the
true country type secures the nomlna
lion of his Junior law partner Tllfoid
Wheeler against old lllgtiy with whose I
daughter tile young man is In love In
the election Vhcelor defeats Ins prospac i
ve latherlnlnw I
That UmU Story I
That Is all there U of the story
but Ade has cununcl with it suiit n
quaint natural picture ot ruri1 pulluc
and htu that i me l > iay wllh Us
> liulesome unniV ruuiiui is is ic
taniif and ciutiaotvrotK iu a flCll
ilaitu teuiu
viunMo type are hit off wUli
tile ui irliu ucuiacy hInt Mi Anu
lspla > vU lu hik lamed iuulva < uul
II M iuiilkaj uutall licvhiJes evuy llmifc
LIon the xlceleuj uKu Llub in thc
uniltiKuuninU upwiKurs suind to the
iiuiiutniiiit of tlio final returns In
to town hull
Macbn Arbuckle In the character
ot toe county nairman mia tile um
oJlireiH ot the oiruwd ural pullii
Ia ii > et it must be admauu lout
Villis 1 Uweatnum as tnt Ij il
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ouch of color tairleu oft tile lion
OU of the cust Mr riwwltlUnl nan
blacked up for rs w lurk a uun
nifcnt on inany oihu uytaniono but
hover uullb au nUwLe nruly n nil dm
lust nluhl He nun the local touch
In morj atnia than coloi aiul his
Per > ua iv < melting cnocolntedrou
style ot iipoecn never failed to reap
Its roworOiU w < u as funny as a
Whole minstrel show
Tlio rvuiniiMUi or the cant was en
tirely ailHluato TI the countrybrinl
dweller In this desert of brick and
tone The county Ulmlniuti will bl
II dtllxht and an for thoie who imve
never tastud the Joys or rural exist
nee It will bring on mwea flavor ti t
the pumpkin pie they eat at ikMirtvcn
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GEE HAW THE FARMERS
ARE TO JOIN THE FOX HUNT
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All the Country Folk Are to Gallop with the
Big Meadowbrook Crowd
Ooln1 tu th hunt nucrled a young 1
Wc tbury farmer of his neighbor to
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Over to see them iludcs with red
ccits No alrec le
Hold on a minute now Dill Them
nlnk tea bovs Is scheduled for a back
unit Tlmnkselvln Th boys has Just
not tin n little hunt o their own and
Itll mnkc that other blzncsn look like
thirty cents as the city teller says
Da tell
Sures voura born Dill Maybe we
wont look quite as pert and fancy but
If you think you can stand the compny
I Jlit throw th saddlo ocr your old
mare anti come along
I And so the word lias spread until every
young farmer nnd the old ones too for
I thai matter are busy with currycomb
nid brush today to he ready for the
great rival to the famous Meadow
Brook Hunt ihe blue rJUbon event for
the horsey men and women of New
Yorks 400
Gut Spirit of Clinxr
The spirit of the chase has finally
Ot Into the veins of the natives Nature
called thorn nnd when It comes right
d > wn to hard pan they argued why
alujuldnt they chase the elusive fox ns
well ns the ltaly uiressedcky folk with
LfoY BOUNTIfUL
NOW ON EXHIBITION
She Is Shown as the Star At
traction These Days in the
Big Show Windows of the
Macy Store
Shy theres Ijady Uauntlful
Small boys and girls nnd grownup I
boy nnd girls too are crowded around
II iry it Co s wlmtows for the moving I
tableaux that have miuie the store n
centre of attraction an the holidays np
proachel Cn past jears has called out
enthusiasm more than ever this year I
Around the show wlndowa on the Thir
tyfourth street sldo the sidewalks aro I
blocked with women and children wfco
have come down to view tho clnractors II
mad famous In the Sunday ncw par rs
The entire show space east of tho Thir
tytourth street entrance U given Up I
to the cllspli nnd here Lady Boimtlfnl I
and her proteges arc shown np In their
prinks and predicaments as pictured by
Gene Carr In tho Sunday World
And theres the Jolly Jackie too
mamma cried out an enthusiastic
jvi in ister
Harriman funny pictures of the
JickUs lacvpaJca which delight rend
ers of the Sunday Wrrld comic sup I
plement are hon In wax Images ic
VoMtiK nroiuid the big Mac wniulows
Wellknown cliomrtem from all the
Sjrnl o colored supplements make up
thu tdblciux llil iaI und the wliuloMH
dlapliy Is the moil uttructlvo the Macy
toro tns ever nnde
All if tho comic characters arc hown
la serIes of pictures The wnvcn of
ililUs are life tiiu nnd art carr < d out
III ixcellent imltullon of their newn
I pipei pioiol > pes
ttiu nn uil Mary display of moving
tableAUx wiilcn U alHjyn looked Jur
warU to by real and grown > up children
was not give lunt your on account of
movlim4 but tho Thlrtyfourth street
vxntbltlon this juir has mado up lor
the mlMinff your
danta Glaus reoelrlng Utters from
supDllcutlrigtchlldren In also shown in
the moving tableaux tad difficulty Is
Kiven matnefa who try to drag their
cjilldren away from the interesting
wltor diCnhilY
The IdM showing the comb char
aol r tWill U fiundjiy pinxgra ba4
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their blooded jumpers and great packs
ot pedigreed hounds
So Dill Perkins proposed a Thanks
giving Day hunt to his neighbor and his
neighbor carried the suggestion along
Every mothers Ion who can beg or bor
row a saddle to sling over an old plough
horse will toe on deck for tho fun
I wonder who knows where old Mr
Fox Is disport himself said Dill to
his friend Aint wo hero Do you
sposo theros any o them buxhtalls we
dont know about Well you Jes wait
until Thankcglvln night
Wonirn Aiiprclieimlvc
Mothers and sweethearts and young
wives uro just a little apprehensIve
about the hunt for the patient nags of
the country folk are nut used to cross
country runs Thu good women are
making lint today and otherwise pre
paring to net na a hospital corps
At the Meadow Urook no one seems to
Ijo very enthusiastic about the rival
hunt The TJwnluislviiig Day event Is
tho greatest In all the year and the
riders are not anxious to have thru
preserves encroached upon
To them it scorns a bit presumptuous
I that these SOIlS of tho soil should not be
I content to look on from a comfortable
I sent on the limb of n tree or from the
rUantlng root of n corn crib Over their
brandy nnd soda the wealthy humors
are pacing unpleasant things while
throughout the countryside the farmer
are making ready for their Initial hunt
made the bluest hit the Macy display
Ills ever tiiown
In addition to the moving pictures the
entire show space Is given up to n holi
day display which tempts tho lonely
trin lcnt who has no home of till own
The display of table delicaCies start
ing from the Ingivdlents of a Thanks
gIving dinner down to the complete
ncrvUc arc shown in tho Broadway
windows Cxqulpito cutiTliiy line
china table napery are displayed In
tlm var0114 wIndows
Altogolier the tItle wlntow display
Is coo till year to make father waft
song for his dinner at night while
mamma Anti the children are viewing
the window display
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AMERICAN GIRLS DEBUT
Olive FriiKtnrt Will He Heard
lu Die AVnlkare ToNight
Opportunity to test the elaborate stugo
mechanism which Manager Conrled has
installed nt the Metropolitan Opera
House will be afforded at tonlghtn per
formar i of Die Walkure Tho cast
Is unusually attractive nx 31 me Cladsk
will mikoh flirt appennnco nallrunii
hllde Olive rremntad an American
girl will bo heard for the first time In
I this country in grand opera She sings
I Hlcgllndc and tirnest Kraus as Sleg
I inund will be heard after an absence of
several rears Felix Mottl regarded at
1 tile greatest of Wagnerian conductors
will also mako his Initial bow to a New
i York audience
Mme Mllka Ternlns who will sing
Kundry and Mole lluritstaller who Is
cast for the title rolo In rarslfal
have arrived from Europe and began
rehearsals today They were noeom
panled by Miss Hdlth Walker the now
American contralto
Mme VIcini who created tlm role of
Munetta In this country will Ring Itnt
Friday nlgrhtn Performance of La
Honeno uwlnr to the Illness of Mme
Camille Se > gartl
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THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
The Carter Medicine Company gave
turkeys to all their employees today
This oldfvftabllslicrt custom his been
olxecvod annually by Mr lU6nt Good
tile President of the company for many
years Tin Dr Putt Manufacturing
Company of which Mr Good is also I
Insldont indulge their employees like
wIse Tlio turkors are numbered and
drawn for thus avoiding any piirtlnltU I
lliU year In both companies the small
est girl employed In the yrupulng de
partment received the largcnl turkey
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DIED AFTER NIGHTS WORK
Charles Nichols seventyfive years old
of No 154 Lexington nVenUe Jersey
City nn employee of the Adams Kxpress
Company > orte < on the O9np4fiys pier
In Jersey City lust night and at 4 A M
botrdpJ a trolley car At the Pennsyl
vania retry station for home When
the car started he pitched forward
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HAVOC IN SALOON
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Caught After He Has Cleaned
DOt Barroom and Put the
Proprietor and His Customers
to Flight
Look out Tommy that burnd N the
dlvvle hlmselfl
Joseph Feely proprietor of a saloon at
Grove and Ninth ttrcota Jersey City I
stood on top of his desk In his office
and shouted this over tho top of the
door to Policeman Thorns Moran who
MIa trying to capture a thirtythree
pound turkey that had broken out of
IlLS cage In the window of tho ealoon
and had driven the proprietor and cus
tomers to flight
The turkey hid become enraged by
the tearing of children and broke the
Blats across tho front of the box in
whloh it was kept Before it could be
stopped it hnd smashed all the bottles
in the window and liquor was running
over the floor In streams
Four laborers who were drinking at
the bar dropped their beer glasses and
led as the turkey emerged from the I
window Foely tried to capture it but
It Hew up and uppercut him In the
chin lie then took refugeIn his office 1
MOran heard the noise and entered to
Inc tlgnte Even his club and shield
fnied to awe the Thanksgiving fowl I
and ho beat a hastv retreat on tho ad
vice of Feely An the turkey was chas I
log iMornn out of the saloon Feely
rushed up behind It and grabbed It by
the legs and neck A crate wa secured
tram a nearby grocery store and the
turk was again imprisoned
HHIIDRTFIRE DOES
300000 DAMAGE
Big Plant In Long Island City Is
Nearly Destroyed by Flames
Which Started in New Blast
Furnace
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mjrnlmr on the ruin of the fire that
partly destroyed the architectural Iron
work plant of Rlchcy Ilrowne A Donald
at Harden avenue and Newtown creek
Lcng Island City A renrcsentatlve of
the fIrm said this morning that the loss
would probably about 300000 There
Iar partial Insurance V I
The fire originated in a onestory
frama building In whloh a new bloat
furnace was Installed yesterday It is
thffusfrt a spark from the furnace may
have set fire to tho building or that
there may have been on explosion In
the furnace
The two main wooden buildings of the
plant were totally destroyed One of
thorn was used as a factory and the
other waR occupied by the omen of
the firm There were several other
woodon structures in the plant which
covers nn area of about three acres and
nil ware conaumed The only building
loft standing M the foundry which is u
brick building This Is said to have es
caped serIous damage A large quan
itlty of machinery was rendered useless
by the flames
FREE ON BRIBERY CHARGE
JAN9INCJ Mich Nov IAlter
twelve hours deliberation tho Jury
which tried cxtienartor limn Holbrook
tot attempted bribery of a talesman In
thp Interest of Ell K Button brought
In n verdict of not guilty
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grateful to tho person who recom
mended Dr Pierces Favorite Pro I
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daily prescribed for diseases of wo
mankind It does not cure eczema
catarrh In all Its forms nor heart
disease for it Is put up tor the
Ingle purpose of curing dttcaicx
iffufor to women It has a reputa
tIon of over thIrtyfive years of
cures and boa sold more largely on
this continent than any other medl
dna for women Another point In Its
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drop of alcohol or of nny narcotic It
s purely vegetable An alcoholic
compound for women is something
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weakness will always bring on ner
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Itlon for which alcohol Is the worst
thing In tho world What tho wo
man needs Is a vegetable tonic like
Dr PIerces Favorite Prescription
which will build up her delicate sys
tern and bring about a healthy tonu
It cures the drains and weaknesses
of women and tho manufacturers of
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which they cannot cure All they
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It you want to know what ails
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stamps
Many people owo their present
good health to the fact that they
consulted Dr Pierce by letter giv
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about their condition symptoms etc
and received In return good medical
advice icitei rant them iioUiliiy This
IK why we advlso you to write to Dr
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at Buffalo N T
Dr Pierce by no means confines
himself to proscribing his wellknown
medicines Ho tells you In tho moat
commonsense way what oils you
what you ought to do what line ot
treatment should bo followed out In
your particular case and If your
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plainly and frankly what you do need
and the best possible method of Im
proving your health If you are a
young woman just entering upon the
duties of life you should have good
medical advice of a confidential na
ture It youre the mother of chil
dren you may want advIce about
yourself and how best to put your
system In order that your children
may be healthy To sufferers from
chronic diseases which do not read
ily yield to treatment or to people
who are past the youthful stage of
life and want confidential advice
about their ailments or their physical
condition Dr Pierce offers careful
consideration < and the beet medical
advice within his power free of cost
I Favorite Prescription Is Indeed
an ideal medicine for women and by
far tho best I have known to restore
lost health and strength writes Mrs
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derson Ky I suffered misery for
several years being troubled with
mcnorrhagla My back ached and I
had bearingdown pains and frequent
headaches Would often Awake from
sleep in such pain and suffering it
would bo hours before I could close
my weary eyes again I dreaded the
long nights as well as tho weary
days Consulted two different physi
cians hoping to get relief but find
ing that their medicine did not seem
to euro mo I tried Dr PIerces Fa
vorlto Prescription as a friend had
recommended It so strongly Am
glad that I followed her advice for
It was the only mexllctno r me
Every ache and pain has gone and
not only this my general health hat
Improved I fool well and strong
have a fine appetite have gained
flesh und never looked bettarr My
advice to suffering jyomon Is to take
HIP Favorite Prescription and they
wilt never be disappointed with the
results
Tho most Important knowledge Is
knowledge of yourself You should
read The Peoples Common Sense
Medical Adviser by R V Pierce
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