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$5 TURKEY DINNER
FOR WS CHEF
Alexander Gastaud Gives
t Menu for a Family of $25
a Week Worker
MORE ELABORATE MEALS
Chestnut Stuffing Popular On
Thanksgiving Bills of Fare
in City Hotels
It Is none other than (Jastaud himself
Alexander Clnstnud, chef at Ihe mtz-Carl-ton,
who liai prepared meals for eery
Kuropean ruler who sava that a turkey
dinner for seven persons can be cooked for
He Ins i arranged dinners In Part. Lon
don. Berlin nnd New York, nnd although
ho has for the most part catered to million
aires and members of the rnvalt), he Insist-
tnt ho knouB loo. what tho poor man
vnnts and what he can nflord This Is the
menu which he navs can bo fullllled nt a
maximum Lotrt of IS
. ,l i Tomato soup
Turkey thread" alumnr) White potatoes
Broad and butlKr Pumpkin ble
"Perhaps zc family Is extraordinaire for
appetites," he explains "Perhaps ny cut
moro ran o average Zen zees dinner will
do for only six Or perhips ze family eats
less zan zo avernge perhaps small children
are among zem zen re dinner will do for
eight But for ze nvarcge zees menu does
for seven "
Good turkey, nlthough probably not as
tender nn Is served nt tho best hotels, can be
had for 32 cents, according to Oastnud A
seven-pound turkey should not only be
enough for the nverngc famll), but should
scro for tho next day, too
Tho tomato aoupmlrc'it ho bought In cans,
hut within tho allotted (5 fresh tomatoes
could bo bought. Gastaud maintains that
for this "special occarlon" a man makltiR
1 i even lets a week can afford J1) for tho
At the Ultz-Carlton there will be no table
d'hoto dinner. But hero nro some of tho
many things that will be served n la carte
nt something more than (G for a family of
A REAL, MIJNU
Conioranw Jullenno Terrapin Baltimore
Turkey nnd brained celery
Red head duck Brussels aprouta
Alllxator pear aalad Coupe llohrmlenno
Meringue Cisco Henri cream cheeso
Gastaud thinks that this would make an
oxcellent Thanksgiving meal, but he ex
plains that there are many possibilities of
varlntlon from the original.
On the Thanksgiving menu at the Belle-vuc-Stratford
there will be exactly 204
Items from which the diner can tako his
choice At that Institution the startling
f.ict was revealed that there aro real, live,
normal Americans who don't like turkey
There are folk who won't eat It stuffed
vlth oysters, chestnuts or bread or served
with glhlet, cranberry or any other sauce
For the benefit of such citizens dishes like
enlson steak, pig's feet, lamb and ham
will bo on tho menu
At Hanscom's rcstaurant table d'hote
Thanksgiving dinners, ranging between CO
cent and Jl 10, will be served
Besides turkey dinners, tho St James'
lleto' will provldo dancing for Its guests
lu uts connection tho management sagely
advises the dancera to Indulge In turkey
At the Continental Hotel tho turkey will
be stuffed with chestnuts Experience of
, years there has convinced the rhef that
this Is the favorite stuffing The same
will rule at tho Vendlg, where snapper New
burg will also be at Important part of the
Chestnut will enhance the turkey at the
New Hotel Hanover, also A sample Jl 25
dinner there Is-
Blue points Filet of sea bass
Civet of rabbit chasseur
Larded elrlolmof beef
Roast turkey Willi chestnut stuffing and cran
Fluttered asparisua Salad
English plum pudding with two sauces
Ice cream and cake.
Cheese and cracliera Nuts and raisins
At nil the hotels, the chefs and head
waiters, tho managers, cashiers, proprie
tors and clerks predict a record-breaking
"Philadelphia a city of homcs7 ' the hotel
men ask In derision More people will cat
away from their homes, they say, than on
any previous Thanksgiving Meanwhile,
the housewives seem to be buying as msch
turkey as ever
it A ols.. tlreen
llmu leather, small
12 mo IIS.
IK Vols.. Green
cloth, library .site.
f A en
a vis.. nro
naekrsm, $1 80,
rem, ii e
10 Toll.. Mne
. cloth. i?,BO.
Goods purchased on and sfter .Sovem
ber IBth. will be conldered ss a Decern.
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Hta and Chestnut Streets.
Kilter cow. Day u alat
Another class bow on
Hue. Come la at wrn.
Stammering Speech DefecU
"POOR YE HAVE WITH YE ALWAYS"; EVEN
MAIN LINE HAS ITS HAPLESS POPULATION
THC FrATHCR. WAS TOKEN UP FOB- JTlL iJfl jSlSlt ONE POOR FrtMILV M-D 3EVEN,
BEING DRUNK HC HrtD COLLAPSED B ff ftp tM $3gYK CHRUTMAi 8SKCT3 OTHHR3
rKOM trfCK or f v m vT ''fis0&mfi none
Handsome Estates at Bryn Mawr, Rosemont, Ardmore and Haverford
Bordered by Dreary Abodes, Whose Dwellers Suffer for Life's
Necessaries, M'Liss Learns in Talk With Social
Secretary of Church Federation
0NHIIALF of tho Mnlrt Line doesn't
Itnow how :ho other lmlf lives Pov.
erty ns dlro nn ever existed In tho concealed
dUtrlctn of a big cltv nourished within i
stono'o throw or tho h-uidnonie estntes nt
Dryn Mawr, Itosemont, Ardmoro nnd Wax
erford Hvory township hni Its Whlto
chtpel Ardmoro his Its Muggins fllory;
Wnyno Its Stumptown, Hnvcrford Hi Kil
kenny In thoso squalid districts people
starve nnd nro vvorklois vvhllo nil nround
them others cuddled In the lap of luxury
lend their blissfully opulent lives In serene
Icnornnco of the conditions which exist
nnd which they themselves, In n mensuror
create N'o, this Isn't n socialist's vvnll It's a col
lection of fncts glcnned from a report by
and n tnlk with n most Interesting oung
woman whose business It In to Investigate
the living conditions In Philadelphia's rich
est suburli-m district
Miss Mildred Kcott. nn clllclcnt Smith
College gradunto Is the soclnl servlco sec
retnrj of tho Federation of Churches of
tho Main Lino Her territory extends from
the city's limits to Vlllanovn In hor re
port, Issued recentl), she called on tho Main
I.lno residents to open their ecs to tho fact
I hit churlty begins nt home
When I went out to Interview her I found
her nt her dek In the dlspenmry of the
Bryn Mnwr Hospital sho has chnrge of
tho soi-lal servlco work there nlso sur
rounded by tho halt, the lame the blind
and tho underfed of n community In Vvhlch
one would have every reason to bcliovo all
to be happy and well nourished. Cvcn thu
garbage cans nro well fed In the Main Line
This Is a community of contrasts," she
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
TJIK Mlonlnr theaters obtain their pictures through the STANLEY Iloekinf
Comnuny, which la a sjnaruntee, of enrlr shonlnc of tho finest productions.
All picture reTlrwrd before eililli tlen Ak tor the theater In Tear ltealltr
rttalnlnr" IctJris throuih the STANIKY IIOOKINO COSlIWNr.
A I IIAMDDA 12th,MorrUrssyunkAve
ALHAlVlDKAMat Dally S. Kves 0 -u
Seattle Hayakawa " 'Ujzr
A TiCW I C B2D AND THOMPSON
ArULJ-Aj MATINEE DAILY
F. X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne
in ' P.OMKO AND JUUF7T"
E. H. SOTHERN in
"AN ENEMY TO THE KINO"
BELMONT 62D AND MAnKET .
"The Fall of a ation
BLUEBIRD BUFQtIEIIANNA AVE
Ethel Clayton & Carlyle Blaclcwell
In "THE MADNESS OF" HELEN"
PCnAD OOTlfAND CEDAR AVE,
' CiLIAK PARAMOUNT THEATEIt
FRANK KEENAN in
FAIRMOUNT :mialAZlu avenue
Robert Warwick and Gail Kane in
THE HEART OK A HERO"
CCTI4 QT THEATER MAT DAILY
DO 111 i31 Del, Spruce. Etis, T to 11
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in
THE COMMON UW"
VIOLA DANA in
'THE GATES OF EDEN"
GREAT NORTHERN aV..
QAIL KANE, ARTHUR ASHLEY. MONTAQU
LOVE and MURIEL OSTRICHE In
"illKd dlEf.l SIE4 e4!lCW
TAXDI7R I A I TH AND WAINUT 8T8.
lJVlrt'KlALi thrbk Tinsa daily
ALICE BRADY in
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
JEFFERSON 9nu BTOTDavu,HIN
2 DAYS ONLY "ROMEO AND JULIET"
Featuring Bushman and Bayne
I I? A Fit? O FORTY-flRBT AND
LX.AJJE.IV LANCA8TEB AVENUE
VIVIAN MARTIN iti
"HER ITATHER'8 BON"'
LIBERTY BB0AD Columbia
JEANNE EAGELS in
THE WORLD AND THE WOMAN-'
EUREKA W lttHKW BW.
Cpnan Doyle'a Stpry
"The Firm of Girdlertone"
-U- JkK I A BROAD AND
UJU IT -- BA:
EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29,
told me, "and although tho rich people are
excessively genorous nnd wonderfully sym
pathetic when they hear of the misery and
suffering in their midst, they seldom hear
"They respond reidlly and nmnirtcently.
howiver, when noedv enscs come to their
nttentlon, ns vv.ts demonstinted last Christ
mas, when one poor famll received seven
Christmas baskets' Others went without
a Christmas dinner"
At this moment a light haired llltlo boy
ontcred the dlspensir He looked wan. but
"That llttlo boy," Miss Kcott raid, "and
his entire family were found In n stnrvcd
condition Tho father hnrt fnllen over In
tho street and was taken lip for helng
drunk. In rcnllt, he had enved In from
lack of food The joungstcr'H illgestlve or
gans were so ruined from constant hunger
Hint ho had to bo opcrnted on Ho's getting
"In Delaware County." Miss Sott con
tinued "any old kind of house enn be
erected No matter how lusnnltnry It Is,
we ennnot havs It condemned unless wo can
prove It a nuisance Tho conscqucnco Is
that many families are living under Intol
erablo conditions conditions that city tene
ments scnrtely parallel"
The vveilthy woman to whom n trip to
town Is merely a matter of ton or fifteen
minutes made In a luxurious llmouBlne, can
hardly be brought to realize that thcro are
people living In her neighborhood who have
not the prlco of carfare to Philadelphia nnd
In wlvoso sordid Uvea n journey to Phila
delphia for It assumes the proportions of
a journc la somethlcj to bo long re
membered "Tho other day," Miss Scott told me
WD AND LOCUST
Matn, 1 SO and 3 30, 10c
ETHEL CLAYTON i CAHLYLK PLiCKWELL
In THE MDNES8 Of HELEN"
LOGAN THEATER "10 Skoad
SPECIAL nNOAQEJIENT OP
Annette Kellermann gjgv.
MarketStTTheater SM ""TrSS
NANCE ONEII, In 'THE IRON WOMAN
TODAY MARIE WtLCAMP In "LIDEIITY"
Tomorrow Chas Chaplin in 'The Floorwalker"
A Kimttnll Oro-nn One of the Finest Esr
i rvimoaii vrgan ,, to phlrt,iphis.
n'lll I3o Ready to Play Thsnkulvlnt Dsy.
The INTERNATIONALLY PAMOUB DANCFKR
Maurice & Walton ln 7?lJ2?"
PALACE IS14 JrAnKET STREET
VIOLA DANA in
THE COSSACK WHIP"
PARK" niDOE AVE. 4 DAUPHIN ST.
r.rAi.rw MAT s,n r.vr , aM5 t0 1
H. B. WARNER in
'THE VAGABOND PRINCE"
CLARA KIMRALL OU.Vtl In "WITHOUT A
SOUL." EVERY TUESDAY 'THE SCARLET
RUNNER" Featuring EARLE WILLIAMS.
DFPPMT lfl' MARKET STREET
IEU1I1 i. HUilAlf YOIOH OKOAN
Ethel Clayton & Carlyle Blackwell
In "BROKEN CHAINS'
Rl A I T fi OERMANTOWN AVE.
a , Li I J t TIT.PKHOCKEN ST
BLANCHE SWEET in
Rll D V MARKET STREET
J BELOW 7TH STREET
Owen Moore & Marguerite Clark
In "THE KIS8'
SAVfiY IS" MARKET
" V V STREET
MARY NASH in
"ARMS AND THE WOMAN"
ITIQQ A ITTH AND VENANGO STS,
nuSHMf and BAYNB In
"IN THE DVLOMAT1C SERVICE"
Added DREW COJiEDT
VI C T n R T A market wr.
I - J S. LJ ABOVE NDfTH
WILLIAM S. HART in
THE DEVIL'S DOUBLE"
UAKKET ABOVE 16TH
HUB A M to It ilS P, M.
PAUUNE FREDERICKS in
NANETTE Off THE WILDS"
RIDGE AVENUE Jm K,DaB AV&
WILLIAM GILLETTE in
"SHERLOCK HOLMES" -7 Acts
Wfcen W want la leasts wher ta ss
COOD PhetOBUrs, read this iljllr VlutiUr
earnestly, "I toolt nn otel woman In to
Phlladclphlt for her first lslt. oho wai
a Brantlmothcr, yet In all her llfo Rhe hail
ne er hid ttip opportunity of nor tho money
to sec tho 'blB city'."
To relieve the "distress of tho poor of the
Main I, Inc. .Mis Scott pointed out, thcro
Is not bo much need of nn enlarged gen
erosity aa of a creator 10 operation
"Thcro is too much rivalry between the
townships Industrial Ardmoro Is Jealous
of educational Ilryn Mawr and lco ersa
Tersona llvlnc on one side of tho railroad
track look up or down, as the caso may be.
on those living; on tho other side More and
moro persons each year arc trusting their
chnrlty nork to the Church 1'edoration, but
the Ideal condition will not prcvnll unlit
sectlonnl Jealousies aro wiped out
Here, in the 1917 "Standard Eight,"
you find that mighty brawn, that
structural soundness and vigor which
on the football field makes the All
Here is that instantaneous responsive
ness to every signal a half-back's
responsiveness duplicated in perfect
machinery. Here is that speed which
breaks through the closest field and
HOW TO SOLVE THE
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PROBLEM
By LUCREZtA BORI
rrlma Donna of the Metropolitan Opera. Company .
SUTEnFLUOUS hair la a blemish that U
more nnnoylns to Ihcfre afflicted with It
than any other three blemishes combined
An appeal from ft reader prompts m to
publish the different depilatories that hae
been found satlsfac
In answer to her
question! "is thcro
am thin that will re
move the hair perma
nently?" 1 nm forced
to answer Nothing
but the electric needle
All other remedies of
fer but temporary re
lief from tho unsightly
From the benlnnlnc
of lime, probably there
tint a VtMAit sBvtartiril mi
pllcatlotra for tho re- - .u..i.v iioltt
moval of superfluous hair Somo- are un
doubtedly more effectlvo than others and
ttlll kill the ttrowth temporarily Tho rea
son tint the hair grows again Is easily
undostood when It Is known tint each
hair la Imbedded In a cuplike receptnele
which vt 1 constantly renew tho hair un
let It Is completely destroved
A VAIAJAllLfi DEPIliATOItT
External applications kilt only the hair
Itself, while tho root receives new nour
ishment from the cup Electrolysis Is the
only agent that will destroy this cup, but
It Is by no means nn Infallible cure If
the operator Is skillful tho needlo Is mado
to fo'low tho anglo of tho hair beneath
Jie surface of tho skin and kill tho root.
If properly done, tho operation will leavo
Women with dark complexions aro moro
frequently troubled with n growth of
superfluous hair than thoso with fair skins
At tho Ilrst signs of theso objcctlonablo
lin,lr" steps ahould bo taken to rcmovo them
Never, under any circumstances, cut them
off, for this will encourage a heavier
A depilatory that has Drought more let
ters of approval than any other Is a mix
ture of tho follow lng Ingredients:
Sulphide of soda or calcium sulphide.. 100 grains
Chalk 100 itralns
Mix thoroughly nnd keep dry In a well
corked bottle until used Take enough to
cover tho part to bo denuded and add warm
water to It until tho proper consistency In
seemed Spread this over tho hairy sur
faco and allow It to remain for from ono
to llvo minutes, according to tho nature of
tho growth nnd tho nusceptlhlllty of tho
skjn Then scrapo off with a blunt blade
n paperknlfc, for cxnmplc
AVOID 1.0 NO CONTACT
This depilatory should he removed, as
In every tiso of a depilatory, when the
burning scnsitlon Is first felt Too long
contact with tho skin should bo avoided
Immediately nfter tho hair has been re
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Mad by Standard Steel
ipeed, Endurance Responsiveness
80 H. P. 127 inch wheel base 'optional upholstery and color
Springfield Sedan $2300 , g 7-Passenger Touring
limousine $3300 ' ' 4-Passenger Roadster
V hav an txctpthnal propoiltlon for citabtUhtd JtaUrs, Writ for it.
v Eastern Motors Corporation
1634 Chestnut Street
Bell Phone Spruce 794-
moved the denuded surface should bs gently
washed with warm water and cold cream,
or with bland oil applied to prevent Irri
tation. Another depilatory Is composed of two
parts of sulphurate of calcium and one part
quicklime. The Ingredients are powdered
separately, thoroughly mingled nnd kept
dry In n tightly corked bottle When ap
plied they nro made Into n paste with warm
water nnd spread over the growth, and re
moved when a smarting sensation Is felt
Scrape the paste oft with a blunt knife and
wash tho skin with warm water. Then
apply xlno ointment or sweet almond oil,
A third depilatory contains:
QuirVlim ....it... U ounce
I'artionate ot soda .,.,.., , . .. H ounce
Lard . .3 ounces
They aro mado Into a paste and applied
I'eroxlde and ammonia, while they act
slowly, sometimes give excellent results.
This mlxturo blenches the hairs and ren
ders them less conspicuous, In many In
stances It dries the nourishment of the hairs
and kills the roots cntlroty. The right-proportion
Is six parts of peroxide to one ot
nmmonta Wet the surface with the lotion
frequently, but oe that the skin Is not
Injured by becoming overdry.
To two cups hot diced potatoes add two
tablespoons butter, one-third cup rJch milk
nnd one-half teaspoon salt. Beat three min
utes add one and one-half canned pimentos,
forced through a strainer, and continue the
beating until the mixture Is blended Pile
In n buttered baking dish and make four
cavities In each cavity break n raw tee
and bake until eggs nro set.
TO -CHEERFUL CHERUB
tve done. . lot oF
I kope. I never stoop
riv conscience cnt
do much with Yca-)
It never afeema "to
.start in "time.
"8" with a Magneto
Car Co.,CPUtiburf b,
tears down 'tween the goal posts. Her,e
is that endurance which never goes
groggy? the driving grit that puts forth
one supreme effort after another
straight through the game, no matter
what the odds.
From kick-off to goal1 the "Standard
Eight" is in the game for- the sport
Come in and see for yourself
tuAfiawiitiitiii nBnUMin 1 1H Hit iiliill
German Producer Compldsf
Five-Reel Features, Which
Will Bo Vivid
By the Photoplay Editor
Slowly but undeniably the movies Ms afe
sorbins the richest talents ot ins lecmmai-e,
theater. Bernhardt. P.eJane. Blf Herb
Tree, Solhern these are only a few natomx
of celebrated nctors who have tlna is
writer refuses to print It otherwise) "ew
cumbed to the lure of tho films." How the)
directors ate tending screenwfJnl. Th
latest la the celebrated Max Xtelnhardt. tho
J0erman producer, whose spectacle nbron
imva Hircn mm ns muuii iuitiuii.ii;u ...v
Phlladelphlans' eyes as though ho had been
represented In this city by many, Insteafl ,
of one, production. That was the tmfor
gelablo "Sumurun." nt the Lyrlo soma year
ago, and later condensed for vudevill by
Ilerr nelnhardt Is said to have completed
six five reel features and one in three reels.
Ilenle Carmer, whoever she may be, la th
star. Three of the scripts for the longer
films were written by Dr. Von Mullert
author of "The Miracle." "What the stbfles
and their enactments deal with haa riot
The tour ot Bernhardt In this country ku
resulted In a big demand by exhibitors tot
prints of "Jeanne Dore," with which the
Bluebird program Introduced iteelf last
January. She was acting this tragedy at
her own theater In Paris when amputation
of one of her legs became necessary. The
negatives are still In Europe, apd Bluebird
Is trying to get them through the lines.
Most of tho old prints are still In good con
dition, however, and are being snapped
up by the showmen.
The following features are shown in th
Evcninci Lcoacn Universal Animated
Weekly, released today: ,
LONDON IN WAP. TIMB Women sell fla
anil Zeppelin souvenirs to aid wounded (slaters.
Trafalcar Square, tondon. Ens-land.
AiiOAni) oanMANT'a WAnainPB close
cllmpses of Herman battle cruisers. Honuwher
""fusTCniNO- OUT MILtTIAMEN-Flrst Illi
nois Cavalry ault Federal service, atter patrol
work on border. Fort Hherldan. Ill
C1TV mtKRTS SOLDIEIl BOYS Officials
welcome Second llrliado back from llexloan line-
IOTunKt:v"op; FLivvnn. winciir Price of
your holiday bird almost as Mill as aUtos and
"Baa Mejersxllie. Tex.
HACINO FOR VANDEP.DILT CUr Carina
drivers make dlssy speed tn battle for Bio
lllMion of nutn racing. Santa Monica, CaL
nxI'I.oaio.M KILLS POUR Diver starts to
raise tun sunk by boiler blast, ureenpolnt
Creek. Iirooklyn, N. Y
SAVINO HAILIIOAD TAMS Conaressman
nieakley nles 133 mllea to Washington to look
after Onvernment business Philadelphia, Xa.
TRAVKL8 SOOO MILEH TO REVIEW New
York's (lovornor visits Mexican border to see
State troops McAllen, Tex.
CADETS TLAY FOOTIJALL Brilliant crowd
turns out to see annual thrllllns Amur-Navy
came. New York eltr.
NO FUN IN WINTER rrettr girls In airy
drapery cavort cracefully In classla dances.
Washington University, St. Louis, Mo
THOUSANDS SEE PIGSKIN WARniORS
Great battle between Yale and Harvard cheered
by 70,000, Yale Stadium, New Haven, Conn.
TItUY CATCH SUBMARINES Chain of
speed craft like these will protect our shores
from subsea menace Lons; Island Sound.
CARTOONS DY HT MAYER, caricaturist.