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THANKSGIVING DAY STORY
T WASnolatypkal Thatik-
tivltiK dif. beiog o warm
that no Uake of anow waa
possible. Over all New
York, from ih Battery to
Bronx, and berond, the lu
minous prarl-rniy rat"t
1 1 bums, " a ragged canopy,
ill which la apota reached
j I I 0o n to tha moist street
A uen Carolyn Minm
i(x-i.rl uut, aha of necessity looked op,
and aa the only opening in heretny apart
ment waa toward the sky, she saw
' nothing but s mass of irray foe. A a
hi ijhJ W)th Ucr hand on V pul'ey
of her ikyllRbt, a ctioms of efilldren'a
voices, bow in laughter, Trin snatch
s S&to WOmhIIU Vta&wa.
erf ek. strp fn u'ly Itvw h street
; As rrly knew that tha lodger who
'orrupled the tip fiior front had gnna
out, she atole lo one of bla wtnduwa.
It was 11 o'tliH'lt, and the mounted p
lice, aa Is their wont, had cleared
Vrt tVventy-end trtt of all traf
fls tl.i.s, t make ready for the
carrlr that lalT fn thrmg this
boulrvard. t'riB had r!aa late.
The demanrta of the stomach are nut
aa peremptory when one Is quiet, and
arc h.l fiued the fact, 'he nlaht Im
tn; lit Stood poai!eSfe. of as-
ly II cents.
It as still eatly f"r pleura dr
Ins. so that the b"ilvard, fx' the mo
ment, was Blvo over to companlea of
gaxly gsrix-d niler. ho were ring
ing door'l'Hl. snd. In merry luipertl-
0Oce. ac.-Ni(!riK pcr by. Through
the ilvfy, si. ken mist they ent
earai'oling. a broken tangle of trtnt
color, as far as Carolyn coull se
and she wondrred. ss many another
Oewroroer c New Vork baa dune,
l to this odd ThaukSKivisqr duy Cus
iui, chl-h ba a Imtiory that it la
sot tha of hi nsrrstlva to T-
., The ssvor of tha ThaiiKMi;;g din-
aer. in roiirae of preparation below
taint hlh as culve to the keep-
r of tfc Niu aud her family, float
ad utai7!. At Cllyn stixnl looking
nut tha aiitttutfcii .' bat at tbe
a.xr f hr demanding .ug A'.'maolt
ertih laniAliKtng lnliU!i'
The varrlascs era i.w betrianlng
lo pa-s. and. from one f them, si'.s saw
' iorr of rota nun to a group of
...t..p With nliirk ri.iilv
inKiiiK iii. .
.),. tmued. went to brr rKBi. took the
lUts with which he eked out the
l((la aii,."ance hrr old tin. le was able
aewd .'i'l in a few minutes had
Bnlihrd a damtjr ,s'ltie. She was a
IrsKite little Ihios:. anit v., o she had
donned a rostitme which she had n
at a fancy drras aflair one naver-lu-l-e-urgottra
eveulng when Die had told
u- of his loe, and tied about tha
loose.! rurls of her iluik hslr a flllrl
nf g'U clored ilhbou, she lK'krd bo
tuuie thiin a rt;IKi.
M.e siipp'd i. '(iiy l.ia tha stairs,
an A r4iilid the ou'er door of the
(round Oor unobwrved. A company
of niaktts enl m urrjlng dow a tha
Street like bright, wind swept auluuni
(rs Quickly the atepd in em on a
flitiu. akj, srKed with tii abandon ot
h utui.ubt, H-i;.in ti in thai
fyilKkinfl Utile) bir4 KoM."
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A passer halted and thrust a coin tnm mind lo Just bunt Hit I found yon. But,
her band, remarking to bis rxtapao- tell me, little g lrL why you were, prank
lun: j Ins with the ciaskers? Was it just a
Tbt child Iim a, wonderful rolce." laxkr
Tbt half dollar Insured warm din
ner, but what the man aald of ber
roice was far more to her than a din
ner, much aa ahe wanted one. Her
voice waa now her bope, a hope which
waa leading her to atrueKla alone In a
big city that haa no time to sin cor
thoae who fall, and where only the fit
An automobile drew up to tbe curb, '
and a young man sprang to the walk. t
Carolyn quickly raided her hand to ad- .
Jul her masque, bringing into view an
antique moonstone ring, oil which was
cmt, la intaglio, a quaint and singular- !
ty beautiful head. As the man saw it
ha exclaimedf -
"Carrol, It Is you. What does this
"What right have yon to aik?" Her
words were brave, but her vote trem
bled. "No right now, Carrol, save that of
an old friend wbo haa been looking for
you everywhere, and Is so glad to tpi
you that he does not rare, what sujr
thmg means." he said gently. Thy
walked on. leaving the an. It-ring
masker behind, to the entrance of the
"tt us ait here for a few mlnutea.
Carrol. I bar wonietHing 1 wt ay
to you." Site glanced at her cos
llitne. ''Never mind." ti aald, lnterireting
her look. "The first time I saw you
In that drana wa wera very happy, and
why did yoa leave me, Carrol, with
only tbe little message that I was
free?" She railed her e)e, limpid
with unshed tears, and she anawered:
1 did not want you to find me. Why
did you look for me?"
'llM-auae 1 love you. Carrol, and life
Is not worth living without you. bvit.
tell me. why did you go away as you
did?" Sbe hesitated a little, and then
VhfQ the bank failed, aad 1 had
nothing, your aunt cams and told me
that if yovi married ma It would ruin
your career, as she would dlnitiherlt
you. She said what you ahould do waa
to marry A!ce Gurry, and that she
aa sure yuu would, but for a cotioa
(hat you were bound la houof to me,"
"Just as I thought Hut nvar rould
you go sway. Carrot, without seeing
V j; V
,te v V -
tk Bs ta Sua.
u.f. without hvariaa what I ha4 to
. "Dirk, do you Itlak I could Sioll
your life? What eurt of love would
that lie? And I knew I Uilfcht grow selfith
and weak, if I saw you."
.'you darling. ' b said, and prefed
Ike atendef Cl'-l-'rs of the hand on
which was Hi ci,J ntcKuistone tics un
til ihs winced. "Did uu know." be
I n winceo. i'ia uu muw, y
ihllrote(U."thst Mrs. IVmpsey is not
y aunt?" '
Nc4 your aunll-'Why, Dick, what
1 you mean?'' .
"Jiist this- she waa adopted, but not
legally, by iny grandparetna When my
Uiolhr died, shortly after 1 as born,
h and-ke, haLit4 jtoaiui-iHl. by a
iefs4 t clsver frauds, lo g-l bold of
iba ne.MMiro. Na one kuett aU'Ht ti
bul old t'andes. ki, Jsf)u-.i v paid
her to keep mum, bul when h knew
ih was going lo die. money did not
count, and ahe aeut (or me and lol.l at
lb whole story
"When the truth came out about
Aunt IVtl I ms ! bp my mind ahs baJ
toinalbing lo do With your going, and
i set out lo find you I knew yoa
ere somewhere In Kew York, fiom
MsIm'I our ub.ls toij her that, but
iMild you loid him sot to give your ad-
diets to acjvnt, to I c.ada vj Biyi(iir mnry -Je.
.- , aesT .
"No, Dick, It wasri't: I wanted some
money. I was hungry for ft wartn
"Great Scott, Carrol, you don't mean
to say you are. tn want? To think of
your being hungry .
"It isn't so Dltk. It's only this,
Mr. Ferpucon, the cashier where I sell
tbe menu carda and other thing I do.
waa away yesterday, and what Vnle
marlea sends me did not gat her as
usual. had a few ems for rolls.
but it Is Thanksgiving 'n!ay. and I did
want aomething else."
' "Poor little aong bird! Come, get
off those togs, quick, and a soon aa
th? auto ran get ua to the Holland we'd
have a bang-up Tbankegivlng dinner."
Acd such a dinner as ih'y had. Carolyn
declared she had never tasted any
thing as good, and that ti'ver before
had sbe been so truly thankful for a
Thank.Kivtng dinner, liick started out
by sayiag they would be married is a
month, which Carolyn thought was too
soon, but when the titert was brought
"Bow CosM Vo Co Awib. Ctnwll"
la be bad shortened ths time to tea
Wbta their dinner waa over. they
went out oo Fifth avenue, vivid with
light and life. and. crossing over to
rwrnty-nlntb street, walked on past the
quaint Utile rhurth of the Transfigura
tion, where, as a college friend of Dirk's
was one of the assisting clcrrcymen.
Ibey decided to be marrivd.
It was a q-ilet, pretty high-nooa
wedding, and Dl k's (rlrnd wha otK
iiatwJ. sad who H(orins a Urge pro
portion of the many marriages solemn
Ued ft tht far-famed "jjilla Chitrth
Around the Corner." had he not be
longed to the order of "White Krlsrs."
would have envied bis old college
cbum his pretty, wlnota little bride.
AMOI.Nt TTr. VAN' IIOtSKN
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The 01 Palmiat Itfor th !th
of the month. Mi Turkey, you will
become a i.iow Your on life line
1101 a bltxk. Your Riiih Is piainly
arved oiitrand you'll not atirvit jour
rjiUf hand mote Idas
fvles Pfe rail.
Se ik a.'it. re r i( gar
f"fiJ n fsi-iti vicia.
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A eail Sraet,
Craafiird You knew It Is poaa.bi
to hv too nuth cf a ro.t thing
OatohaW'-l ) tl.'nk of that
when C ) vils arn; cnr th Ttti'k-
ft'XiM 'v v
Just for Hoys anJ Girls
t)V. V-y snd girls, dio'l
you think that a r-x1
tnaay of yott would think
It ftt iark to -ai'Ui.k
iees wuh lbs ri(ii..u-'h
children of rrtr than 170
years so, beu ua tbat
Very first Tbaktivinc
holiday tbst ever waa ob
served on Amrin !!,
there came to town ?x In-
din braves and their Chief
Mfoit. Ttey stayed for a wk
aa tha guest of ffca white men. and
they all hunted and fi.-hed and ttnoVed
together and had a general jollification,
because the crop had turned out to
Tbe first pubUg Thanksgiving came
la 1C30. and on tbe 22i of Kebrcsry,
tha day w now celebrate as Washing
ton' birthday. In November of the
neit year tbera wan another Thanks
giving, and one year lhr were two.
but in the nest &S years (here was but
one Thanksgiving In about every two
years. It did not always come In No
vember, a It does now on a regular
day in tbe month, but skipped around,
aomettrijfla being bwrved in January,
and aometimes In August, and sotce
times in o'.ber months, according to
la a Tv&tM Bsats.
the times when the colonists tbonrht
they had most caue to be thankful for
something. Sometimes tt was for the
full harvest, and sometimes It was for
rain after a Rxg, Cry time that they
feared would rum all the crops.
ta these early Ttacknuvicg days
the children were not thought ct .first
and foremost as they are in a good
many homes to-day. Tbey were r xpe-et-ed
to keep in tbe background, and the
little glria had to help their mothers
to keep heuce, and after that waa kept
titey had to keep right on being prim
and proper ta such an extent that they
didn't always have as much fua as
their brother. The toys used to play
wicket on the eommoc. and football
II . lK. Okm t , . , t- Iff- 1
ordinance I -a. paWd forbidding the
playing of football tn the streeta on!
account of the annoyance to foot pas- j
At first there were no dolls for the
girl to play with, all the fur.cv lU'.le
dolls that we see now In museum dat
ing bark to the times when our remote
great-grandparent were little people,
having been brought over from Eu
rope for the benefit of the mothers, not
the little girls. The mother didn't
wish the doll to play with, but for
models for their best ilresse. for the
dolls, you outht to know, were dressed
by dressmakers and n.lliner in ten
don and Paris and sent over here for
fashion plate, and for many years ail
tha dolls our great-rreat-grandmotbrrs
had to piay with were made of rasa. And
pretty nice doll babies they made, too.
you will admit
"Uattle.loora and abilities." which
the children ed lo p'.ay so mu.h.
earns over la 1761. and luatblee got
her ten year laier. in October, 5.1
they niu't have been played in tbe
honae or eUe with frot-nipped frget
till spring came sraln
There were no blocks of houses and
Mg clilc-s then, but only aejiarate and
often wldelynh altered homes If a
big storm came Ike farmers bad to get
out tbelr lumbcrlES ox wsrob j-.it a
they do In the far western oouniry t
day aad ' break- the roJ. Somet:rues
the storms were so heavy that th ex
pected suitors could at get through
the snow drifts, and the Ttankfciving
dinner bad to be eaten by tb family
all alone. Put the family was general
ly a tug one, and If the bos and t rls
didn't have their looked-for t-ompasy
to plsy with they had each other.
la one family, for instance, cf which
have a record, tl.tr were vitht
little girls, who had been ratutd fci
perience, Waitstiil. I'rervecl. II. -cestui.
Walt. Thsnks, I'ult snd Supply.
Wonder how their brvuhcr nUkumud
3 be tsr'y drs therf were n
stearu radlslors or lirte or tove.
and all the fun-making on Tba.ii:v. :
Ing dsy that wss done ln.kois bad to 1
be done in the big livleg-rwta. w ! ere 1
Ihe huire fireplace blared and crackled
with Its great W aad pile of under- j
bno-h. and the lurkey roatrd a -i'tne ;
on a spit before the fi thai burned
while you looked St It and f;v;e jo'ir i
back at Ihe same lime j
Kerjthlnit co!.le!ed. It's a g.od
llaal au-r aad y.i)lr to be a 1'i'le bv
er t'rl e Ttsakitr.g cf ill kmc
cf ga. e. I-Jt. than It was In K""' oe
for a ems) eiy tears after tkul
Dca'l ycu I'-lnk so toe?
VkeuaS t k.artr
T J t 1 ( tt r 1 k, a.
Ta lurat rta it iv et
v waatt is k 4tt k..k.
'lANKfiniVINO DAT S as
iii'iwtif lti;gao ta
Anjrl'a aa la la triT.
that bird wfekh ta so is! s-S't-Atiy
canrtA wi-h C 4
cmminoraJiosi vt tha sa
acn. A dieaer la thM csy
witioot the t&btW e ita
toata would be. bo f-J at
ail, tiocga a hiBre4 'h
er viands wera iacl-io'd
la rib rtena.
Itankhflviag &if. kaowsi aovtert j
el than la Xh l'chd 8ta.Lea. aa a s
naUctal Institatloii, la of derided mod-
em invention. Pr-aidet Liacoln. Jtut
4 rar aro, wa moved 17 the
Yirtortea of CeltysWc Wkrt-r.
and c-'l-r poJata. ties toailnr tkk-h I
and fit af ;er to aaxy previooa dis
t?r. to dfigTa'e day is. wbka. tha
leopie of the entire nation :ght aeet
and rendr thanks t Cod. This trst
EStiosal ThaLktglvicg day waadealcced
to be diitinrt'y rsrMtkwis ia Ita ctararser,
and the Intact of vrsdxt was ca
derstood and carried oat by the piopl.
Tbe churches of the ritie sad towns
. - j ..... .w '
-1 u , n 1 wirrc giijrtj uiu wy i .
father and mother and sister wbo
offered grateful prayer to God for Its
j victories won and for the preeervatioB
Lof their loved ones who moved day
j amid scenes of Imminent danger.
True, the Thanksgiving day Idea
dates back of this. Tbe adfal of .
Pilgrims la Massac haeeus. ia the year !
following their landing at Plymouth., j
met lo tbelr rhnreh ta obedieac to j
the governor'a proclamation to return j
thanks fc-r a generous harvest. Ia-
termiitently thereaTter for many years,
and then regularly each rear, the day
waa commemorated. spreading through
out the New England ataxea. It US
not reach New York state until 1121.
and waa regarded indifferently by saaay
spates until Lincoln gave it BatioaaJ
Washington did make two Tha&ka
giving proclamaUoBS, bat only at tha
suggestion of tha congress. Two sub
sequent presidents flatly declined to l
aua such proclamation. Inaiirtir-g that
the eilenee of the cocstltntkim aa to re
ligion forbade any such exercise ct
power by the chief executive.
Hence. It is within reason and right
to say that Thanksgiving day, as a na
tional festival, began in 1H1. and waa
instituted by lYesident Lincoln.
Bat by a rapid proceea of tvclutioe
the reUioca ItaLare. that which rave
rise to tbe day, has been dimmished.
la larger citx-s but a limited E use ber
if t hurt he 0(ea their door for serv
ices, w tile la the smaller ones a sitg'.e
touee cf worship wiU conduct what la
termed "union servic" for all denom
inations. I'suaily there are many va
cant pews in thoaa cLurx&ea that are
T5.e day has develoied Into "home"
day. one in which the loved ones meet
with g'.ad hearts, and doubtless thank
ful one, too. and felicitate one an
other that If la aa wll with l)im aa
it is. ThoK who live at a distance.
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t.T atga y?f si .. cr 'i--ts- i
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It's lin d r;u. Tkere are U 4417s i
la tk r a (Art f,r f m;y '
than a srm. aat-i tfce by '
a arjit t-t Tta,mfs evT.s ln ea i
St to er,'s-l ti:.s. ;i m. eiy ri( t';.
year, Bf;T 'M;r a-wt as-i tx-
tree. sly-irrV'1 Sy e-a.Vrt a,c-..ajr'
lr be.e asd i-S c r-.- r
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TtaaicegiTtsg e Tr fi"- m tiw
sar-y (A tie sa-e. it n
or istta-Je Cas fir U .gir :r.-.-
to tie b&"eis? iavor e Sue ;
life aad t&e Lajs&ee tt tlaa fie.
&trlera eaiTerwU ra-tir is tlwe;
states (A every ttas "1 t. i
thlr csldr. nsakrag a Wate i-tT'l
01 1 eaai ini it r : ti ta m-w ,
ga-.berers fee a paaaa-er .-it i
God' eye ttaa tie sje-- '1 V.-i :
an1 awiesta-Iaced cot;-4 r"xcjt
ehtrrvh to stag so!e3 paiata. Ja a.ny '
erest oee stay a-.t aa-vl asy ; r.t
at pratS'ad to tfce f-fM Or4 I'jf Kl
merries beaaa h fc.rt a s't-i ai j
warm la the rirrvai:cjr cf a S-.ved ;
and kU koez. '
Trt Iriewa u ttar ta'..n
God la the Lord, and U wa a
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suggestion that earoe to tie grt Lit-
cioa 10 aa-icjtalii ore lj.c te jut
ia which to prai t tfc Lr b!.ajtf He
ia God. aad to rive thank to K- U.-r
be for mereie that ti:re frwa
geeeralKjn to gitera'K:n
TSItKMItllU TatE HE.
Mr. Crocod.: What
Mrs. CrocoJ.ie Skxc
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dicme sn j some roea doa'l taktf
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