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1 ti y1V i The Pilgrims knew o thing or two Thanksgivingv Day they 1 tit 1mow fti I
+ mow A1 7 ti WA i 1 W 7S + v thankful grew for crops of grain for Injuns slainMiuu for libertyti
i i K those could again see Phoebe flI
ti y c r llaatttttlltttlttltlltn Miia they dared maintain good men come aglf
I t lf Snow and watch her when in spotless gown of high renown fresh from the train she t eI
I a 1 reaches town like her they might at that sweet sightall bless the Road of AnthraciteThe
The exclusive use of hard coal in all passenger locomotives is one of the many reasons why the Lackawanna
1 Railroad is the test way between
8 New YorK and BuffaloIt
It means freedom from black choking soft coal smoke that soils the clothes and mars the landscape fSuperior JSuperior
Superior through service daily between New York Buffalo Chicago and St Louis with Pullman Parlor andSleeping
i f ll Sleeping Cars Observation and Dining Cars and highback seat coachesAsk
i 111 is L Ask Lackatfanna ticket agents for information
Mlluiil I i 149 429 1183 1434 Broadway New YorkTKe LacknaRailroad
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FREE k DINNERS FOR THE ASKINITHAXKSGiriXtt
THAXKSGiriXtt CIIKKtt TO IIICovernorKlert
IIiSTIlllIl1m II111MlIfI4iTGonmorIf
Cesrrnor Elect Hughes 0 ttnnl the Hebrew
brew Orphan ANytmn llowery tllnloito
to Keep open House Knterlalnmenfor
for the Sailors Many fHher PraitThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day as udual will opeith
the doom of many charitable institutionto
to New t orks horde of hungry and homeless
less personsOn
On account of tho high prices of provisions
visions special appeals havo l5een made bymany
many of these instltutloas in order thatthe
the number of dinners might not fall bclovthat
1 that of past years The indioatlons arcthat
+ that the wealthy have responded and thatthere
there wont be any curtailment in the feastsOne
One of the most interesting dinners olthin
thin day of dinners will bo at the ilebrevOrphan
Orphan Asylum at 13th street and Amsterdam
dam avenue Governorelect Hughes hatpromised
promised to go to thw dinner and thechildren
children have made great preparations tcreceive
receive him AH aprehide to the dlnneithe
the children Osi strong will march by
Mr Hughes and the other guests led bjtheir
their band Besides the Governorelectthere
there will ho present AttorneyGeneralMayer
Mayer M Linn Bruce Jaooh H SchlffLouis
Louis Stern Oscar Straus radian StrausJudge
Judge Newburger and Judge IlosalskyThe
The Bowery Mltalon Rives two meals onThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day one a breakfast foihomeless
homeless mm TJ e Bread Lino as this iscalled
p called opens attA1 At 0 oclock therewill
will be a distribution of boskets for families
lies each bosket containing dinner enoughfor
for ten persons At 8 oclock there will bethe
the annual Thanksgiving dinner pre ldedover
over by Mother BirdIn
In Chinatown tho Rescue Society willgive
give a dinner from 8 until 10 oclock in theIt
eveningathc rnllon at 1t Doyen streetIt
for
It win be abort of feast rorall nationsIt
It ban been planned to feed over 1000 perins
roes men women and children the membra
brs of the society doing the serving Overl00turke1
100 turkeys will be ort up and distributedThe
The Seamen Christian Association hasplanned
planned to Bee that Home of the sailors inport
port get a celebration of their own Theassociation
port IB located at 319 West streetand
and ban planned a turkey dinner for theBailors
sailors and a concert in the evening ProvUlon
vUlon has been made to feed 400 tareThe
Sri The Little Missionary Day Nursery atiBSSt
Nato Marks place started tho Thanksgiving
r Day cheer yestenlay dUtributing dinnemin
in baskets to coo families For the youngman
men who cannot go to their homes the WestPATTERSON
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The 1Hotel
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59 Nest 46th Stthrougfi
througfi tot
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With its new additionrjust
lust finished appeals tothose
r those in quest of serviceappointments
N appointments and environments
ronments of the highestorder
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Side Young Mens Christian Assooiatio
I haft prepared a special dinner and entertainment
tainment which will l > e given at 2 o clock thiafternoon
afternoon There will also be eierciseat
at the Young Men I Hebrew Association atLexington
Lexington avenue and Ninetysecond streettbo
The New York Association for Improving
tbo Condition of the Poor started yetttcrda
to distribute Thanksgiving dinner to familien
lien There are 2040 families on the list ofthe
the association but not all got dinners Inthe
the cam of families of foreigners who mighnot
not appreciate the sentiment of the day asmuch
much as American families clothing waoften
often given In some cases more than adinner
dinner was given In one case a widowwho
who had been prevented from working foiweeks
weeks beoauso of an injury to her handgot
got with the dinner a half mouths rentThis
This was typical of many gifts made by theassociation
associationPnEFKttS
PREFERS ItKATH TO imitKIIOUSEBut
But Mate Ilurke the Medal of Honor lirafiler ICulr
filer onldnt Let llrr DrownMichael
Michael Burke mate of the CorrectionDepartment
Department steamer Minnehannock whogot IKot
got a gold medal from Congress two yearsago
ago for rescuing wouldbe suicides whodont
dont want to face a prison sentence madewhat
what he figured was his twentyfifth rescueyesterday
yesterday afternoon He pulled DeliaBeauchamp I
Beauchamp a feather curler of 113 WestFifteenth
Fifteenth street out of the water Just beforethe I
the steamer started for the afternoon tripup
up the riverThe I
The Beauchamp woman was sentenced tosix
six months in tho workhouse for disorderlyconduct
conduct by Magistrate Steinert in the EssexMarket
Market court yesterday She wan one of adozen
dozen prisoners taken bnto the boat incharge
charge of Keeper Joseph V BlandishBurke
Burke as usual wan watching all the prisoners
oners and when he saw the Beauqhampwoman
woman throw off her coat and hat andJump
Jump over the rail of the Minnehannockhe
he went in after her He caught her thefirst
first time she fame up and although shepleaded
pleaded to be allowed to drown he kepthands
hold of her until a ladder had been droppedalong8ide
alongside With the assistance or the deckhands
hands he lifted her onto the boat Shewas
was barely conscious and wax hurried toa
a ward in BellevueTO
TO ClT IIURYEA AIIMOXYWife
Wife Now Gets Twothirds of Clirstrr DDuryrks
Duryrks IncomeA
A report filed with the Supremo Courtyesterday
yesterday by Cephas Bralnerd as refereeshows
shows that Chester B Duryea whose wifeNina
Nina Loire Duryea obtained a legal soplaratlon
aratlon from him four years ago ia so redduced
dticed in circumstanced that he can nolonger
longer provide for her aa he has done sincethe
the separationUnder >
Under the separation decree he baa beenpaying
paying her since 1003 130 a week alimony forherself
herself and J15 a week for the maintenanceof
of their infant child who ii In the motherscustody
custody
Referee Brainerd nays that Duryea hasproved
proved that he is now working DB a starchchemist
chemist in Caioda at a salary of 2000 ayear
year and that his total yearly income nowt
js only tsow Hence Mr Brainerd recommends
mends that the alimony be reduced to 120a
a week and the allowance for the child to
110 a week or 1600 a year altogether out ofDuryeas
Duryeas incomeNrphrw
Nrphrw In Chance of Mrs fltrnton KitatrGeorge
George I Malcom nephew of Mrs LouisaMalcom
Malcom fitcnton who was recently declared
dared Insane by a Sheriffs Jury has beennamed I
named by the Supreme Court to act ascommittee
committee of her estate lie gave a bondin I
in 33000 yestenlay Mrs Stenton la thengod
aged woman whose daughter Alice MKlnnan i
Kinnan was murdered under strangecircumstances
circumstances in July last in the housein
in The Bronx In which mother and daughter
had lived for years together Mrs Stenton
h + now in a sanitarium and doctors havepronounced
pronounced her incurably insane
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LAID OUT OCEANICS SKIPPERTtnrKinxa
TtnrKinxa SEA BOARDED TIIITonEfiixo
I TonEfiixo fill purl
Curled over HIP Lofty Bridge and Hmt Cantmrron
< mrron Fljlne Acalnjit the ntnnaclrWhere
Where lie Iny Sfn elr s First Ofllrriand
and Miss Alice Hollander Alto HurtIt
It war by sheer luck that Capt J GCameron
Cameron of tho White Star line steamshipOceanic
Oceanic which arrived here last night fronLiverpool
Liverpool did not lose his life last Sundajmorning
morning when a sea came over the starboard
board bow and knocked him insensibleon
on the bridgeCapt
Capt Cameron was not the only one toBuffer
Buffer for his first officer Mr Thomson waRbadly
1 badly cut about the face and shouldersby
by flying glas > v broken from the wheelboueowindows
windows by the same sea and a flrnt cabinpassenger
passenger Miss Alice Hollander a singerwaa
was thrown to the deck BO violently thatber
ber left ankle was sprainedPassengers I
Passengers agreed that it was the worstgale
gale they had ever experienced even theofficers
officers admitted that it did blow and for thobenefit
benefit of those who wished to let theirfriends
friends ashore know just wliat happenedthe
tho souvenir copies of the extracts of thelog
log set forth that there had been a galeand
and a dangerous era It isnt often thatsuch
such admissions are made by the shipsprinter
printer The funnels of the liner werecovered
covered with brine when she came inTho
Tho bin fellow that mounted the bowsof
of the Oceanic came shortly after 8 oclockSunday
Sunday morningTho
Tho Oceania was doing pretty well againstthe
the head seas but in spite of her heightabove
above the water the decks on the weatherside
side were wet and early rising passengerswere
were warned to remain in the saloonsThe
The sea that did the damage Capt Cameron Iron
ron saw coming when it was several hundredfathoms
fathoms off but he thought that tho vesselwould
would rise to it But a sea that came aheadof
of it was of no small proportions itself andthe
the Oceanias bow was just falling when thefrosty
frosty headed monster arose and peepedover
over the bow Further down wont thebow
bow and higher up came tho big gray seacurling
curling an it approached the bridge Thecrest
crest of the wave struck the captain OB hestood
stood on the starboard side of the bridgedashed
dashed him to leeward and threw himagainst
against the binnacle In the middle of thebridge
bridge Capt Camerons head hit againstthe
the binnacle stand and he lay limp andinsensible
insensible The wooden stanchions thatsupported
supported the canvas screen on the bridgewere
were torn away and a piece of the timberstruck
struck the capjaln on the nose cutting Itbadly
badly
Two seamen word on the bridge and assoon
soon as they could disentangle their commander
mander from the canvas they carried himto
to his cabin and called the surgeon Itwas
was nearly fifteen minutes before the captain
tam n was restored and more than an hourbefore
before the doctor would permit him to goto
to the bridge againMr
Mr Thomson won in the wheelhousowith
with the quartermaster lie raw the seaknock
knock Cant Cameron down and turnedto
to leave the house to go to his assistanceJust I
Just then the wave struck the wheolhousestove I
stove fn the window and sent the heavypate I
pate glass flying in all directions MrThomson I
Thomson was so badly out as to give thodoctorwiother
doctor notber JobMIM IMiss
Miss Hollander was Injured later in theday
day She went out on deck and was thrownby
by a sudden lurch of the shipAmong
Among the passengers were Lady Purdon
don Clarke Dowager Lady Cook 0 ADenny
Denny H 8 Donny Miss GreyWilsondaughter
daughter of the Governor of the llahamiuvMrs
Mrs John B Stetson and J N PhelpsStokea
Stokes
PILES CURED IS O TO 14 DATSPAZO
PAZO OINTMENT II guaranteed to cure anyCAM
CAM of Itcblnc Blind Bleeding or Irolruilln PliesInSso14daylormonsyrefunded
lalto Udayior money rtfunded 6OIIAclr
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I MOLIXEVX AT TIlE TOMttSSees
Sees Thaws Wife and Mother Pas but DonNot
Not Call on the PrisonerRoland
Roland B Mollneux surprised the officin1Rat
at the Tomb by dropping in yesterday
for a little visit lie called at noon in theregular
regular isitors hour Ho had not beethere
there in over three years and it was hisecond rslcond
second visit since ho left the prison afteibeing
being acquitted at his second trial for thimurder
murder of Mrs AdamsJiiHt
Just dropped in to see Dr Sandersontho
tho prison chaplain he said a greaWarden
friend of mine lie shook hands withWarden
Warden Flynn and several of the keeperswith
with all of whom he had been a favpritduring
during hit long incarceration in tho prisonlittle
While he stood In the corridor holding alittle
little levee Mm Wlllla1l1 Thaw and MmEvelyn
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw passed out after avisit
visit to Harry ThawThere
There goes Harry Thaws wife andmother
mother said a keeperAh
Ah so thats Evelyn Nesblt is It saidMolineux
MolineuxNo
No he said to reporters I did notnine
Arne here to see Thaw or give him anypointers
pointers Just a call to BOO my friend DrIMC
anderson thats allDOG
DOG XAVLOIl SVltltEXDEIlSWantexl
Wantexl for Three Years for the Murder ofGambler
Gambler K If CarpenterA
A white bearded man over 60 years oldwalked
walked Info Judge OSifllivuns court inGeneral
General Sessions yesterday afternoonI
I want to give myself up on a chargeof
of murder in the first degree he said whenasked
asked what he wantedThen
Then It came out that he was Doo NayjorIndicted
Indicted for killing Edward H Carpcnfcra
a professional gambler in the old Rossmore
more Hotel at Fortyeeoond street andBroadway
Broadway on October 29 IBM Naylorwhose
whose right name is Thomas K Lenanauphot
shot Carpenter three timesNaylor
Naylor baa roamed the country for threeyearn
yearn He has been in Philadelphia mostof
of the time but ho has made many tripsto
to this city since a warrant for murderwas
was issued against him A Coroners juryexonerated
exonerated him but the Coroner held himin I
in bail for the Orand JuryI
I never knew there was an indictmentagainst I
against me said NaylorLater ILater
Later he was released on 110000 ball byJustice
Justice Greenbaum in the Supreme CourtCriminal
Criminal Branch The District Attorneysoffice
office consentedMISSIXO
MISSIXO llOOKKEEPEtl XAIIIIEDICilwar
ICilwar J K Loomis to lie brought FromCalifornia
California to Brooklyn for TrialActing
Acting Captain McCauley of the detective
tective bureau In Brooklyn has received adespatch
despatch from Chief of Police Wilson ofOakland
Oakland Cal informing him of the arrestIn
In that city of Edward E Loomis who wasformerly I
formerly the bookkeoper In one of the storesof
of the Hiker Drug Company In Brooklynand
and who disappeared nearly a year agoleaving
leaving as alleged a deficit of about 3000started
in biB accounts Detective Sergeant Parkerstarted
started to Oakland yesterday to bring backtiioprlsoner
the priaoner The Brooklyn police got Information
formation about the movements of themissing
missing bookkeeper several timed sincehe
he took to flight Ho got up a fake storyabout
about bin suicide from a brldgqtn Cincinnati
nati with a view of putting a stop to thepersistent
persistent pursuitSlate
Slate Court of Claims Will Sit TodayALBANY
ALBANY Nov 28 Despite the proclamation
tion of Gov Higgins declaring tomorrowa
a dar of thanksviving which makes it alegal
legal holiday the State Court of Claimshas
has determined to continue its sitting tomorrow
morrow In order to expedite the disposal ofits
its businessTbo
The court is taking testimony at thistime
time In the matter of claims arising out ofet
the clogging up of the Chuetunanda aqueduct
duct near Amsterdam In January 1005owslnlt
cursing the waters of the Erie Canal toAet
set back over the surrounding lands andcausing
causing considerable damage The separateclaims
claims filed against the State are for smallamounts
amounts
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GREEK WOMAN TRIES SUICIDEiiEtt
iiEtt GOOD V4WK SMIRCHED sin
Hllt XOTIIIXO TO LIVE FORLetter
Letter to Hrolher Canned Him to neat 11crand
and She Nwallowrd Glaii Would DoIt
It Again tniler Name CircumstanceInrelentlnt
Inrelentlnt mother In TombsPanoglola
Panoglola Tofaro a good looking youngGreek iGreek
Greek woman wa4 arraigned in the Tombspolice Ipolice
police court yentefday a charge of havingtried Itried
tried to commit suicide Panoglola wouldattract
attract attention almost anywhere by hergreat
great black eyes and moss of coal blackhair
hair She lives with her brother Ana tlUlOIa
a wood carver at 02 Roosevelt streetWhen
When she was arraigned she had a badlydiscolored
discolored eye and was bruised in manyplaces
places Through the court interpreter shetold
told this storyA
A Greek girl must not only be goodbut
but she must never have evil things saidof
of her If that happens she has one thingto
to dokill herself Only BO may her honorand
and that of her family be upheld Mybrother
brother was always so kind to me but lootweek
week ho came home all in a rage He hada
a letter written by some coward who didnot
not sign his nameThe
The writer said I was holding secretmeetings
meetings with a man and warned my brotherthat
that the family honor was endangeredMy
My brother did not even ask me if it wastrue
true He flew at and and gave me a terriblebeating
beatingI
I knew ns God was watching me thatit
it was a lie I could only kill rn snlfeaten
She was found by a neIghbor after havinRpaten
eaten half of a table gloss and finding thisIneffective
Ineffective although it caused her greatagony
agony she had tried to shoot herself Thobullet
bullet made a severe scalp wound and thereport
report of tho shot attracted friends whoprevented
prevented her from repeating the attemptShe
She was taken to the Hudson street hospitalwhere
where she was in a critical condition forMagistrate
aeveraldays3fagstrnte
Magistrate Whitman ordered the brothersent
sent for He admitted without the slightesthesitation
hesitation that be bad beaten his sisterBut
But she did nothing wrong said Magistrate
trate WhitmanShe
She was suspected It was enoughYour
stolidly replied the brotherBut
But youi must not do that In this countryYour
Your sister is a good girl said the Magistrate
trate I could send you to the workhousefor
for six monthsIdonot
I do not care if you send me for six yearsThe
The law of this country I respect It butit
it is nothing as against the honor of mysister
sister I took her when her mother diedShe
She was two months old 1 have workedhard
hard always to make her a peat lady Herhonor
honor is my only treasureWill
Will you beat her if I let you goYes
Yes If shell IIgaln suspected shall beather
her If she dishonors me there can be onlyone
one end insisted tho woodcaryerAnd
And If ho beat me again I know whatto
to do I shall kill myself Next time Iwill
will not fall calmly said the girlLock
Lock him up and see if a night In theTombs
Tombs will cause him to modify his Greekcode
code of honor ordered the Magistratewho
who released the girlOno
Ono night two nights a year will notiffect
affect him your Honor lillie Moustaklho
the Greek interpreter Were he to takeany
any other stand he would be ostracizedby
by all the Greeks of his class Their honoris
is dearer to them than their lives or merefreedom
freedomliecrnllon
liecrnllon Here for Slav ArtlttiTho
Tho Slavic Alliance of this city will givetonightattheclubhou
tonight at theclubhoulleat 240 East Seventysecond
second street a reception In honor of theSlav
Slav artists in New York Mme Sembrichand
and Mona Rosenthal who are Poles Wassily
sily Safonoff who is Russian and KarlBurrian
Burrian of tho Metropolitan Opera Housewho
who Is a Bohemian are to be the guests ofhonor
honor J
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movement is aa Elgin that makesa
a beautiful and appropriate giftfor
s 4 for Christmas time Seventeenjewelsmade
a set jewelsmade in the popular thinmodels
models Ask your jeweler toshow
show it to youELGIN
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO EL6IN ILL
SMALL FIRE BIO CROWDHose
Hose Croigliflt a Street Congests Travel Intons
tons island CityThe
The mucilage factory of Stem Davisk
k Co in Jackson avenue and Seventhstreet
street Long Island City was destroyedby
by fire last evening at dusk The fire soonburned
burned Itself out The loss was put atS2SOOO
25000 Some of the materials used in thofactory
factory were very inflammable and madea
a big blazeThe
The first fire captain to reach the sceneturned
turned in alarms which brougitt Deputy
Chief Lally from Brooklyn and Chief tallysent
sent out others Chief Croker crossed theriver
river and took charge of tho fire The policereserves
reserves from six precincts were called outAs
As the fife occurred at the beginning of therush
rush home from Manhattan there wasgreat
great congestion near the ferry Boatloadafter
after boatload crossed the river oaly to findno
no cars were reaching the ferry owing tothe
the lines of hose crossing Jackson avenueTbo
The crowd flocked to the scene of the fireand
and thousands massed about It It was tohandle
handle this crowd that the police were calledfrom
from no wide an areaWoman
Woman Who Shot Three Men IndictedOttilia
Ottllla Schneider who shot three menat
at Fiftyninth street and Madison avenuea
a week ago was indicted by the GrandJury
Jury yesterday for assault in the first degree
gree She was arraigned before JudgeOSulllvan
OSullivan in General Sessions and pleadednot
not guilty Assistant District Attorney
Marshall asked to have her committed to theTombs
Tombs or held in 125000 ball as one of hervereity
victims Paul Sheehan a Columbia Unlversfty
vereity student would probably die Shewas
was locked up I
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an accurate timakaapor Mawrange
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JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN
Deputy Sheriff Pure baa reoelnd InacluBelllll
AIfIlIIIIIIDIr lht6o sttsebmeats
stains the German IIIraD
company of Freeport III nowlllr out 01 losses
by the Jan Francisco lireLL
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60000000000000000000THAT
THAT rheumatism is not wholly due
tOt 1 to the damp air and cold winds
Theres something wrong with yourconstitution
i constitutionScottj
a Scott Emulsion of cod liveroil
0 oil and hypophosphites contains the
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O menU required to set your constitution
g rightNeednt
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