Animals: Certain Poultry

Most of the poultry of the U. S. spent last week as usual—New Jersey hens rising by electric light to lay early eggs, Cleveland pigeons waddling around Tom L. Johnson's statue in the Public Square, Pennsylvania guinea hens craking in buckwheat stubble, Long Island ducks smiling fatuously down their plump breasts as they propelled themselves around their pools.

But certain U. S. poultry spent the week in special quarters and an almost continuous state of excitement at the 41st Consecutive Madison Square Garden Poultry Show, Inc. Plymouth Rocks, Minorcas, Wyandottes, Pouters, Muscovy ducks, Bourbon Reds—8,000 birds of fine feather, they heard...

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