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ALR&ADY IN MARKET
More Than 375 'OOOPounds of Turkey Is to Be
Consumed in Capital Is Estimate
- Olf Dealers.
"Oh, f you turkey!" -
Such are .the sprightly cries about
Center Market, for they are already
planning; for the advent of the national
Twenty-five can, UGO birds to the car,
twelve pound to the bird-mow pounds
of light meat and 'dark lent wings,
breast, saddles, and also neck, and the
several Inner works that are admitted
Into our best families.
That's a whole lot of turkey, to be
sure, but It Is not a bit more than, a
conservative oh, yes, progressive, too
marketman estimated last night
lihe turkys expected to be shipped
to Washington for Thanksgiving- Day
dinners, probably only half will be used
in the District The others will be shlp-l
xu u neignoormg cities and towns. But
nearly everybody, this nwrketman said,
want turkey for Thanksgiving.
.Turkey Is the right bird for Thanks
giving; and everybody, of course, wishes
to be an fait especially whsn his taste
and. appetite are amenable. The sale of
chickens during Thanksgiving week will
run to about twice the average amount
snd though a few persons who affect' the
rustic win display small porxers wiin
the 'conventional apple In the porcine
mouth, the turkey will hold the place "of
prime' importance In the Thanksgtvlng
"Turkeys this season will be aa fine as
they ever have been perhaps finer." A.
J. Simmons, of Center Market said.
"They will be bigger and' fatter and of
finer flavor than usual. The cause of
that Is the wonderfully large crop' of
chestnuts, which are the best fattening
food for turkeys that can be had. The
crop this year Is tremendous, and the
country turkeys are In splendid condi
Most of the turkeys brought to the
Washington market are raised In Marx
ian!!, Virginia, West Virginia", and Ten.
Of course, the President's wilt come
from the famous Mr. So and So. In
Rhode Island, who always supplies the
White House with Its Thanksgiving bird.
RESCUES SLEEPING FEHERMAH.
Xu lxi Motorboat Prevents Sailing?
Craft from Being; Capsised.
Special Cable to The Waihtnsttm Herald.
Belfast Nov. 2. Found fast asleep In
a small sailing boat a lobster fisherman
named Breen has Just been rescued when
within fifty yards ot almost certain
It la to the prompt action of James
Nelson, a ferryman, that Breen owes his
rescue. Nelson saw the sailing boat
drifting helplessly toward Strangford
Bar, at the entrance to Strangford
Lough. County Down, where the tide
ebbs at a speed of twenty miles an hour.
Seeing the heavy breakers big enough
to swamp a large schooner. Nelson
promptly went in pursuit In a motor boat
and reached the sailing boat when It
was within fifty yards of the breakers.
Breen was found fast asleep In his boat
and was safely towed to Portaferry.
CAUSES WIDE IHTEBEST.
Americans In Parte Follow Con
stance 'Warren's Love A flair.
Special Cable to The-WasMnstm Hermit
Paris. Nov. Z. Much Interest has been
created in the American colony by the
announcement of 'the engagement of
Miss Constance Warren, daughter of
George Henry Warren, and niece of
Mrs. Ogden ,GoeIet. of New York, to
Count Guy de Lasteyrie. son of the
Miss Warren's original manner and
cleverness made her much remarked at
St Moritx this summer, where the count
did his wooing. Miss Warren's future
husband Is a rare type of a holder of
title. He is serious, and not the frivolous
man of the world one usually finds
among the French nobility.
Tb. production of rattan In th. Philippines Is
being fostered by th. gtmmment.
VvtMhntM Ofjjn.ls hsjlaf
,a tIilliar" Iieta-as."
Sasaki Caste 'ta Tw wsstkwtaa HarakL.
Pari. Not. t-If will latarest European
travelers to know- that' a. down well-
known Parts clubman bar Just organ
ised what they; call a "Seaside Summer
Loiterers League," designed 'to wags
hot warfare against the movement In
stituted last week at a convention of
mayors of French summer resorts, es
tablishing a communal tax. to be im
posed on all visitors during. th season
This tax ranged from two to fifteen
cents per day per person? graded ac
cording to the amounts such persons paid
at hotels and boarding-houses. For
cottage holders the rate is fixed at four
per. cant -of the rent paid.
Adopting. for a motto "Millions for fun,
but not a. sou for tribute." the league
proposes a. great national boycott- on
such resorts, and the .creating in the
fashionable world next summer of a
heglra from France to English and Bel'
glan watering places.
BIG GAME HUHTEB
BOASTS; XIOH APPEAIfi; .
HEBO OF FORESTS FLEES
Spadal Csbls to Ths WssMsaton Hsraid.
Paris. Nov. t During a complimentary
banquet in the Cafe Ardennes in Charle-
ville. in honor of Baron Mandlean's re
turn from his expedition to Africa, and
while the baron was relating his thrill
ing exploits, a lion escaped from an
Itinerant menagerie, and chased by
keepers, sought refuge in the cafe.
A bewildering stamped of banquetters
followed. The chief guest of the even
ing plunged through a rear door and
overturned a waiter, breaking the tat
ter's leg. Later dispatches say the baron
is still missing, and It is said he has
returned to Africa where there Is less
Stolen Palntlnas Imported.
Bpadal Cabto to The Wuhrnston Hfnid.
Paris. Nov. 2. Police Investigations
lead to the belief that a number. If not
all. -of eight paintings belonging to the
French school which were stolen from
the Museum at Bergues within the last
five years have found their way to the
This trail is still being followed by the
authorities who only recently discovered
Incandesopat lamp, ia which th. Dlameota an
In th. form of an tfircrtsd con. have been found
to glT. one-fifth mora Utht than thorn, of tb. aame
fin in which th. flluncnts form erliodera.
NOW A REALITY
CreiaUH Cattatittl sftBlf tCtlrt 8u-
ititiT tkat It Better Hub
tosoU Cable to The WssUartoa HarsM.
London, Nor. r An artificial milk, man'
ufactured from vegetables, which is said
to contain all th elements of the best
ooWs milk, and can be used .for th
same purpose, was shown to a. gathering
of scientists la London. Among those
present were Sir William Crook, repre
sentatives of th bom office and the local
government board, savers! medical offic
ers of health, and other members of th
A. X Fsuldlng, who will be responsible
fr the. Introduction of artificial (or syn
thetic) milk to this. country, told a press
representative that it Is- more digestible
than ordinary milk, and Its cream U far
more nourishing. The milk can be used
for all cooking purposes, and very good
cheese, can bo made from it but it will
not produce butter. As the milk Is germ
free, it will keep longer than coWs milk.
The discovery waa the work of three
Germans, who spent three years In per
fecting it The process of manufacture
Is simple and always produces the same
result It Is not touched by hand, or
exposed to atmospheric Influence until It
Is poured Into bottles for delivery.
The principal vegetables used in the
manufacture of the milk, added Mr.
Fauldlng. are Seya beans-Japanese and
Chinese beans and It will yield a cer
tain profit sold at 3d. a quart Cheese can
be produced at 3d. a pound. Analysis will
be made by public men end the results
published. It is proposed later to form
a company and erect factories for the
manufacture of the milk.
EXAMPLE OF DEVOTIOS.
Prince. Give Tare Yemrs' Allow
ance to Help Red Cms.
Special Cable to Th Waahinfton Hwrald.
St Petersburg. Nov. 2. Princess Elena,
of Servla. who last year married Prince
Ioann Constantlnovltch. third cousin of
the Czar, has given an example of filial
devotion to other princesses of Europe.
The young couple are so poor a settle
ment or J37.000 a year granted to the
princess by the Czar waa very welcome.
The moment Sen-la began war on Tur
key Princess Elena had an Irresistible
call" to her fatherland. But being prac
tical aa wK spatrlatlo ah Insist ca
getting thr years allowanc la ad
vance before leering Kuaaa, ana wwn
tULOat ate sc "tsd herself at her fatb
era aid aa .voluntar for th -Servian
Red Cross. . '
Her busts acumen in . extract;
from tteSBwataa treasury a larger sub
in read. aaoswr than h bad ever ban'
died pleased 'bar father no less than her
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Btsdal Cable to ne'WsaUartea Herald.
Paris, Nov. t M. Fallieres is at pres
ent at his win growing estat of LoupO
ion, where he la' superintending this
year's vintage. The property usually
yields an abundant harvest of ttrlnkable
wine, and there is a friendly rivalry in
the matter of quality between the Fred
dent and a well-known author whose
"vlgnoble" is in th neighborhood. M.
Fallieres greatly enjoys his periodical
stays at LoupUIon, which is his "ousts!"
or ancestral home. He leads th simple
life while there, retiring night at 10
o'clock, according to the papers.
Belgian Chemist Uses Halt In Male
lag; mbetltute for Beef.
spatial Cable to The Waahinfton Herald.
Paris, Nov. t At th Instance of the
legislative commission Investigating
methods to provide a remedy for the
increasing cost of food, scientific ex
perts of the French Institute are testing
artificial meat produced by a tseigian
chemist, from the residue of malt after
breweries have used It for beer making.
The albumen thus extracted Is washed
and nressed into solid bricks, treat
first by sulphuric add and then by lime
water and afterwards submitted to a
number of operations of flltratlan and
vacuum evaporation. The pasty sub
stance thus resulting, is said, to bear
an extraordinary resemblance and taste
snd to possess alimentary properties
three times greater than ordinary meat
Free Barber Shop the Latest.
Staffordshire. England, Nov. 2. Two
local hairdressers having declined to ad
vance the price of a shave from two cents
to three cents, the walshall branch or
the Federation of Hairdressers has decid
ed to open free shaving saloons as near
as possible to the two barbers' shops.
Other hairdressers who may suffer finan
cial loss from the free saloons will be
compensated, and, a subscription list has
been opened to help the association in its
Success of New Plays Made
New York Week Notable
7 sOfORV B. CALVaWVr.
Nsw York, Nov. 2. Th agr greed
for romanc which la In all normal chil
dren, young or old, has always mad th
charming, fairy tale of "Cinderella' saf
material for the stage, even if only a
fair portion of the genius of th pretty
fantasy war injected into Its stats
Whenever this is achieved, as It was
last Monday night at th Globe Theater.
success Is certain.
The nam of this new vehicle in which
Cinderella rides before the public not
referring to the beautiful coach evolved
from the pumpkin. 1 "Th Lady of the
Tb particular "lady." In this instance.
Is that clever and dainty bit of gor
geous youth. Miss Elsie Janla.
Though a whole hort In herself, she
gladly divided stellar honors with those
two kings of grotesquerie, Fred Stone
and Dave 'Montgomery.
These two. men seem to know exactly
what nature cut them out for. and they
are all the time Improving upon nature.
This Is especially true of Mr. Stone,
who never, haa been -so versatile In his
dancing, his Incredible gyrations, and
acrobatic stunts as he was Monday
Aside from the rather catchy music
provided for them by Victor Herbert the
trio or stars had little to assist them,
save their own quaint originality and
The book, which was written by Anne
Caldwell and Lawrence McCarthy, waa
quite Innocent of wit or humor, a habit
which modern musical comedy books
seem to have fallen Into. But apparent
ly, there were spaces left In It which
the stars were at liberty to fill In as
the Inspiration seized them, and Inspira
tion was never lacking.
Fred Stone made his first appearance
as a straw man. his old "Wizard of
Ox" figure, from which his fame em
anated. "The Lady of the Slipper" Is one of
those tired business men panaceas 'of the
first order and will doubtless remain
at the Globe the balance of the season.
"The Point of View."
Jules Eckert Goodman has scored again
with a four-act drama. "The Point of
View." which was produced at a special
performance at the Forty-eighth Street
Theater on Friday night
In his latest 1!ay Mr. Goodman at
tacks th problem of thaj betrayed girt,
an old theme which he approaches-from
quit a new angle.
In this Instance the -victimized girt I
rejects marriage at th hands of her be
trayer, because she perceived that the
proffer comes, not from love, but a cer
tain sense of duty.
It was In order to test this rather
bold situation with a New Tork audi
ence that Mr. W. A. Brady decided to
igivel th play a hearing' at a special
If the audience suffered any shock It.
seemed to be entirely dissipated la a
A decided triumph was made by Miss'.
Lucille Watson. And Miss Emily Stev
ens, as the wronged girl, made almost
as good an Impression In her work,
showing such Improvement In her part
that she Is now recognized ss one of the
significant actresses of the American
Thekcomedy scenes, especially those Inf
which the spinster authoress figures re-j
veal one of Mr. Goodman's defects, which)
la to make his comedy too low, and re
duce his characters to carlctures.
In many Instances also, the author I
shows a lack of self-confidence by depart-
lng from his theme and Introducing; ex-'
traneous matter which, he thinks, will
tickle the palates of his audience. This
In an obvious play to the gallery, a,
theatrlcallsm which Mr. Goodman will'
doubtless overcome In time.
While the play has several defects of
this nature, none of which are- really
serious. It Is one of the best drama of
the year and Indicates that Its author
Is growing rapidly and his furor work
will be watched closely.
Some of the scenes are very beautiful.
This is especially true of those between
the unfortunate girl and her persistant
lover. In these scenes Miss Stevens was
exceptionally brilliant In fact her en-,
tire performance stamped her as an
artist capable of grasping th signifi
cance of a complicated role and deliver
ing; It almost to perfection.
The other roles were exceptionally well
played, there not being a really weak
member In the cast
Those entitled to-praise for their work,
aside from the two young women already
mentioned, are Grace Griswold, Madle
Kennedy. William Morris. Robert Kelly
and Howard Estabrook.
A snrax in th. handl. helps to laeitut a new
wrench from alipplnz off a ant.
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