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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I 1JAUGIITWL O ARTBr LICECLAUDE SKBW ADC JlT U l < OF COpYRIGHTt309 nr THE N RTHAb1ERICAN Co The Golden Hour Goes arid Leaves Sadness in its Wake CHAPTER I The Wonderful Chance U ELL ot all the wonderful and astounding things to WELL happened ot all marvelous things I y Patience Amherst r caught her breath as s j her slim i spoke and 0 r s I b fingers tightened almost l convulsively round a letter jam she had just been reading < I a letter that had reached Markentord by the early r morning p 0 s t and had I been resting on Patiences II j j breakfast plate awaiting jV her tardy appearance for Patience was Invariably late for breakfast She was a slim tall f c girl with a face of curi ous and unusual beautya 1 I face that recalled dim I 1 memories to those who t had traveled m u chin Italy ot early Italian Ma donnas Here was the h I g h broW the delicately penciled eyebrows sweet grave Ups and deep wonderful eyes tha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

F T S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKe CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 19U9 r 3 L 0 oAN1rJioft1E AGE 1 I r CJA L J 7ThTR F d ic > y I A HRITAN THANKSGIVING DINNER thc ambitious hostess on hos pitable thoughts intent who wishes a novel innovation for thc timehonored Thanksgiving dinner a Puritan feast will be found to combine delightful possibilities both in the manner of artistic table decorations as well as an appetizing menu contain ing the oldfashioned dainties Indite the invitajons in the quaint phraseology of the seventeenth century besprinkling them plentifully with un expected capitals and in order that everything may be in keeping decorate the livingroom and diningroom with grains of all varieties interspersed with boughs of brilliant autumn leaves in place of the customary chrysanthemums and hothouse blooms If the dinner is to be given in the evening although highnoon is really the proper hour use ill lighting the lower rooms green bay berry candles that burn with a faint aromatic...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

I I I f 4 THE HERALDREPUBLrCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 1 r 1 k 4 wp fr b 1 2 J r I A I ii JLJ J tf I 4 J rkz wnn1 tk 7 e n jj fr l I ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK II I I SALT LAKE THEATRE 1 ipllne and youththese are the dL iIWOfllS by which Edward P Temple Incas foremost stage director guides ork j 1 tot h or them are largely In llkn e I II i chorus ot Lo the rnw lcal T u which CCHrN to the Salt n th 111 onda Tuesday rd cnOSJ fllgits and Vtdlltsja mni Ti j I i3 fOUJded on the urll r li cHal i stlr HI Also t I It C I Henr s1ote last fill f 11 r VIkly and Illk It i Lab 1 dl T drIflatic an 1Ihlh more 1 r tl > 1 than tl mUcul t ly t o f Ipn son iud It IIgllful l II V d mpJn tlltm mal it S f f I I r J ung eVT 111l1mn Mi i Ll 1 wa thE m tT lli 1 I of iit Y k H111lnme It as he wto Re 1 nit t uttd A Ylnk Cr on M Ibe HIH10 PrlneS3 u i 1 The Jder indo jn v 2 t 1h 1 which was pe81t fo tL trt two cirs of its ex i I t l merit Of thee protluc i no car h ffr d than 1lot 1S4St 1 UII stat ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 5 HLO 0 CHORUS DiffERENT A Only a Few of the ThhtyTwo Gills Have Ever Been 011 the Stage Before In the ordinary musical comedy there are always from a dozen to thirty cho rus girls Usually some of them are far from pretty feW of them can really sIng less than half betray any Inteln gence or comprehension uf the ideas and business they are supposed to Le carryIng out and few do their work with any enthusiasm or apparent pleas ure When John E Young In Lo the brllliant musical comedy by O Henry Franklin P Adams and A Baldwin Sloane comes to the Salt Lake theatre for the three nights beginning Monday however theatregocrs wlll see a crowd i of girls who are different In the first place only three or four of the thirtytwo have ever been on the stage before and consequently the ex citement applause glitter and dazzle of the footlights exhilarates them Into Working with a dash and enthusiasm which Is tremendously refreshing Ev ery ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

E r 4 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 H OUR SHORT STORY PAGE If I IF 1 JJ r Al I L 11 If 11l J jJ IV T Al 1 1 ft I The Return OT Hepburn Co > yrlght 1 09 by Benj B Hampton By Frederick Walworth Brow HEN Arthur Hepburn turned up at Ben WHEN after two years In the Interior his appearance was In most particulars equiv alent to 1 return from the dead Certain had year before and narrated of his natives appeared a year his the circumstances of rated with much detail death by fever Accordingly hiI will had been pro bated and his estate settled and Eleanor Hepburn was already laying aside both the insignia and the attitude of mourning lime Everyone expected her to walt a reasonable and then marry Jack Macarthur and everyone wet corned the prospect as most felicitouS Macarthur and had had been best man at Hepburns wedding gone away sorrowful The marriage had not proved a happy one and nobody knew this better than Macarthur There had been friction from the fir...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBlICAN = SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 1 I 4 I J I I 0 4F I 7 I 4j 111 Areal ItnhartHO = = 1 3 Anryo SalTragette HRISTMAS has Its Santa Claus Easter Its eggs and the Fourth ot e July Its fireworks but Thanksgiv Ingthe day ot all lays for the rahrah boysboasts a symbol that Is undeniably Us ownthe football Most people outgrow Krls Krlngle eggs and firecrackers but once a football en thusiast always a follower ot the pigskin Though the microbe ot footballltis bas not Of yet received the respectful con sideration due It from science there Is hope that at some future date these savants will seize It between their thumb and their Index finer tickle Ita bit on the ribs to make It open Its mouth and then xray Its stlngerlno Of course the took Pear exchange ot pleasantries must he settle first and that naturally pre cludes any possible steps In this direction until the cows come home or at last Intll Jel1rleR really fights Johnson In the first place It Is more unive...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 H T0F I INTERESTTO WOMEN I I I For the Vegetarian I According to nut growers the pecan 15 the coming nut with a greater future before it than any other nut raised in this country It is not many years slnct these delicious nuts were first intro duced to the people of the north but wherever they have gone they have met with instant and qordlal ftvor It Is a fine keeper can be grown in prac tically unllmted quantities both shell and meat are good to look upon and it can be success fully grown over a wide area of country Eeing twice as nutritious as any kind of flesh food take nuts pound for pound it Is not to be wondfrcd at that nut meats of all sorts are gaining in favor as an article of diet In nutritive value the black walnut heads the list of our native nuts though the pecan 15 said to be the easi est of digestion In any locality what ever variety of nut is there most plen tiful may be made to serve as a sub stantial par...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

Ir I II i II I I ° T ° FiaSAI T 2tc I SOCIETY MOSIC SECTION FOUR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I AGES 1 TO 10 s ALT LAKE enjoys rather an en S viable reputation throughout the country as being an uptodate 110 cal renter whose activities in the way of entertaining riyal many cities more than twirl its size It also seems to have aH seasons for Itd own as at no one time during the year does the social whirl entirely cease The autumn and early winter months arc always considered the ideal time for social functions and this seasons rec ord is no exception to the rule as the last weeks have been marked by un usual activity on the part of society folk The leading event of the last week was the lcCornlckSnUsbury wedding which vent was not only a brilliant curial affair but doubly binds together two of the most prominent families In the city and state The society vaude vilb which was rather an Innovation II t alt Lake society was a pronounced fHJtn S and fully repaid for the time nl...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

± 7 2 THE HERALDREPUBlicAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 u lrIONDAYFOR THE BENEFIT OF A WORTHY CAUSE RED CROSS STAMPS WILL BE SOLD AT WALKERS Pre Chrisimas SaleSilks Pre Christmas SaleDress Goods J 1 Waist patterns In winters newcs t snksImported plaids French and For clearance we feature a great variety of winters dress goods at tremndous Scotch clans messallnes liberties satin souples A to Car4 length 240 sacrificesbesides the two following lots we have reduced our entire stock worth up to 625 the p attern sale tp of black white and colored dress D goods 20 Per Cent Waist patterns from our regular stock Persians I A great variety of this seasons weaves and color cashmeres l French plaIds Striped liberties satins Ings In satin Ottomans Crystals Gras GraIn etc FIne dress weaves In French serges twills suit High class mostly 54 Inch dress goods In Bedford moires pongees chiffon taffetas etc worth up Ings chevrons satin pruneUas and wool taffetas cord Scotch sUltings worth ch...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

ill THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 190 3 N I L SOCIETY I Continued from Page 1 4 Stephens Mrs C L Rood Mrs J M Bowman Mrs Joseph Brinker Mrs J S lnkead Mrs J Dlnlnny Miss Nel lie BrInker Mrs S V Derrah Mrs L H Fransworth and Mrs Ernest Sten ger Mrs James E Jennings was the host ess Friday afternoon at a delightful bridge tea the second in a series of afternoJl1 affairs given at the hos pitable Jennlng home on East South Temple street The spacious rooms were bright in autumn effect In terra cotta chrysanthemums masses ot the rich fall flowers being used in bowls uses and jardinieres and also form ing the artistic centerpiece on the tea table where Mrs George H Smith Mrs John N Sharp and Mrs George T Badger presided At the eight tables i bridge prizes were awarded to the following guests Mrs J J Campbell Mrs Richard SUngle Mrs W V Rice Mrs Thomas Kearns Mrs L C Rob Inson Mrs J B Risque and Miss Kate Williams I Miss Catherine Yllllamson was the complimented gues...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

t I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 E I Tstate SociW i I EUREKA Special to The HeraldRepublican Eureka Nov roWIIIIam Knight and John Roundy came up from Provo Wed nesday evening Mrs S Gould is recovering from In jures received in the recent runaway ac cident In KnlghtvlIle Mr and Mrs H F Gear gave a party last Saturday in honor ot Mrs H W Newton the occasion being thtt of the latter eightyfifth birthday Mrs New ton was the recipient ot many handsome presents Gerald Cazier ot Nephl spent a few days ot the earlY part ot this week with the family ot Mr and Mrs Laurence Blackett Mrs Lynn Smith ot Knlshtv1lle went to Salt Lake Wednesday John Creer ot Spanish Fork came up to TinUc Wednesday evening rL H Daley and his son went to Pay Bon yesterday Mrs Margaret Hutchison Is still very m at her residence In KnlghtvlUe Miss May Birch returned to the capital on Tuesday after a pleasant visit with the families of MIS Thomas Ashby and llr and Mrs F E Birch Nepbl Ste...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

I 0 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 5 I State Sotietv I b4 E OGDEN SpecIal to The HeraldRepubllcar Ogden Nov 2OMrs Thomas E Fitz Gerald and daughter Miss KatherIne Fitzgerald wife and daughter of Assist ant Superintendent FItzgerald of the Salt Lake divIsion ot the Southern Pacific railroad arrived home last Saturday mornIng after a most delightful trip to the rnthwest They vtatted Seattle Pot land and San Francisco Dr Hugh M Rowe has returned home after a six weeks stay In Colorado Mr and Mrs Arthur Kuhn were the host and hostees to the members of the FrIday NIght bridge whist club last Fri day night at theIr home on TwentYfourth i street At the luncheon which followed the game the table decorations were beau tiful yellow and white chrysanthemums In a huge vase The prize winners were Mrs Abe Kuhn and Dr Ambrose P Hibbs Mr and Mrs David C Eccles will entertain the club In two weeks Dr and Mrs A D Barber left last Tuesday for Chicago expecting to return ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I L Stat SocieW II PROVO Special to The HeraldRepublican C Provo Nov IThe Utah Sorosls held a very Interesting session Wednesday afternoon at the homo ot Mrs D D Houtz Mrs Clara Henrie gave a paper on Miracle Plays and Morality Inter ludes Miss Alice Reynolds gave a cry Instructive taUt on Theatres In Shakespearean TImes The hostess served an elaborate luncheon The ta bles were prettily decorated with chrysan themums and autumn leaves Captain fine of Fort Douglas and Governor Spry were the guests of Dr and Mrs D H Calder Monday Senator and Mrs Reed Smoot enter tained the district forester at dinner Tuesday A quiet wedding took p ice Monday at the home at Mr and Qtrs F W C Hathenbruck when their daughter Miss Pearl was marrIed to Walter S Stewart of Des Moines The ceremony was per formed at high noon Miss Hothenbruck 1ft one of the popular young ladles of Provo and but recently graduated with nigh honors as a nurse from th...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 7 k L I Stat Socte1 ty I BRIGHAM s Special to The HeraldRepublican BrIgham City Nay OSaturday evening a delightful birthday party was given at the home ot Mr and Mrs B O Jeppson In honor or Miss Hazel Cald well The evening was a most pleasant one and games and music was Indulged tn Refreshments were served Those present were Misses Clara Smith Ed na Stohl Hazel Caldwell Ethel Higley Inez Forsgren Sarah Josephson Crys tal Jeppson Imogene Jeppson Messrs John Forsgren Amile Jeppson Lester Anderson Merrell C Valentine Clean Burt Gilbert Hess and Orson Korth A reunion of the Jeppson famIly was given at their home In the Third ward Saturday evening In honor of the sev entyseventh birthday of Jeppe Jepp son one of the pioneers or the state and this city The day was devoted to vari ous amusements and a big dinner was served Among those present were Mr and Mrs Jcppc Jeppson Mr and Mrs lL J Jeppson Mr and Mrs B Ole Jeppson Mr and Mr...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

5 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 1 l r iJ UTAHS BEST PIANO HOUSE 4 y DaynesBeebe Music Co r k w v qd Great Club Sale tY aIry 1IEw Iry 4l b M UPRIGHT 4 5 F 4 I 28 GRAND PIANOS I 28 I F I Y PLAYER 1 t t Jpii F x f Begins Monday Morning Nov 22 at 4i L f y 1 830oclock LASTS 10 DAYS ONLY i lf THE MOSP GIGANTIC SALE ETER EMPtED IN THIS Ol ANY OTHER COIlrrNrrY ONE HCNDRED 1 1Di VEXTYEIGHT PIANOS 100 OF TIIEI BRAN NEWT 1910 STYLES FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES AKD 28 SLIGHTLY USED OR STORE VORX PIANOS ALL PRODrCTH OF THE WORLDS BEST 4 MAKERS WILL GO IN A lENDAY SALE 11 LV AVERAGE SAVING OF 100 125 1 150 AND EVEN 200 OX EACH J JUST 128 KO MORE NO LESS WILL GO 10 128 LUCKY PEOPLE THE FIRST fO GET HERE OR RIlE OIl PHONE lTS A1 DISCOUNTS ACTUAL BONA FIDE SAVINGS TIIAf REALLY MEANS SOIElIIIKG IN OTHER WORDS 128 PEOPLE WILL BUY 128 PIANOS WITH EVERY ADVANTAGE TIIAf ACCRUES fO SUCH A GIGANTIC DEAL EACH BUYER MAKING ALV ACTUAL SAVING NOT POSSIBLE UNDER ORDINARY CONDITIONS ...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

i 1 F THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 9 SALT LAKERS IN NEW YORK CITY Party of Utahns Arrives to Do issionary Work in East ern States MRS DUFFY ENTERTAINS NEW JERSEY MECCA FOR EXILES FROM ZION t Special to The HeraldRepublican New York City Nov 20T A Woolley oC Salt Lake who has been located In Chicago for the past eighteen months Is now living tn New York being located nt 118 Vest One Hundred and Sixtyfourth street Mr Woolley has a number of friends among the Utah contingent Miss Afton Young daughter of Lc Grando Young of Salt Lake who has been spending a number of weeks visIting with her aunt Mrs R C Easton will leave for the west on Thursday next She will remain In Chicago for a few days MIss Young has been very popular among the Utah people here Albert Fisher and wife of Salt Lake are regIstered at the Imperial hotel They ire combIning business with pleasure visiting many of the eastern cities James G Doolittle of Salt Lake Is reg Istered at the Waldor...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 J H v I l ii f T f s C rte 1bt e 1 r 1 L F 1 f 1 u1 d c 1 f MTh rs ± r i i Sri = k rw 4 L a r p 1 A Spread of Thanksgiving Bargains This Thanksgiving Week Shall Be Made Memorable A bargain feast shall be spread on every counter of the store The descriptions may not be so elaborate as youare accustomed to read but descriptions win correspond with actual facts AND COMPARISONS WILL DEMONSTRATE THAT THERE ARE ACTUAL SAVINGS HERE WORTH TAXING INTO CONSIDERATiON MONDAY MONDAY 3JOXDY lUOYDlYI lIIOND4YI IONnilYI fIOXDtY 12 f 1le UP TO o Children Bearskin Shawl 39c COLOREI CRill UED r86A 8 car e c Xu HOllE lUTE SILK EI ES ril BL r S 1 I I PERCALES UIlOInEUED SKIRTING MITTENS Fascinators Buys a Way Knltttd BLA LETS Doub told all the best + Beat c Grade at 41e Bent 40e Grade at 25c ZlIuftler In white or any FLANNELS desirable colors thIs Is the In Buster Brown BoPeep colon all the best designs L Bearskin Mittens for small Knitted W...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

SHE S A7CI Z COMIC SUNDAY SECTION NOV 21 1909 L The Loadin 1p of Uncle Louie and a Sen or 1 ti = = = 0 = = = 4 o ou see SENOR FtIE yi 1k r iiic NOW GOES ze NEXTOHEL bNC ZEN OMES i J i = HeM R SEES EES DA EET GOES DOW N IER L r j WAY WE LOA A I > A B G of ItO 0 F f QUEE P 5E ZE 01OM m = ZE 1 I SHEEP S ETY FEET = + > ftii r ccSY rf t 1 SEE PY x DOWN YD U seE EeT 7 DING 1OTS A GOOD tEA rJzi S 1A r 4T G4 L J t A UND ifrj y JASS < o DOING G I lI I r I r b r HEY 1 STOPA Uf i 1 Y i 4 t y t r ti i1 xxx41t = r d T = CAORR M6 tl NEFER MINDOLDCHAP 4 a i n t 1 DOD SOUSE + T VE VILL kAF j C BoozA RRREVENCH FOR DE N = lr EE5 AGAIN s 1 ttt SULT P SHoos + I KNOW A CONSt + RAt JlHd V A5DER REASON FOf 111 + IT OR Itn A LO I 1 I LOPSTEt t ° t 1 I TNKIT i OIN 155 ASOUT tlli TIME to 4 LEAF DEB 11 A 1 FELD OFF Mt ACTION PE ARO N J N SEE1iTY EETI A > F g k + t f K JiAM JfOUlONTALLOW HZMJZLFAWJYLWPZCXZD I L J SS I F c AN 1 t BUENOS PIAS CHoJT I M SENORITA I PRITHEE TA f fIJ I j FOR t A MOMENT l...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 1909 JINGLING JOHNSON SPENDS A LIVELY THANKSGIVING WITH LOONIESY lHINKSUllNG COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR CRAN BERRY SAUCE is NICE AND RED OH PUMPKIN PIE I IN DAYS OF OLD t TBRltJGS ROAST TURK Y OTHERClHEER BeWARE THE PASS sHE OLD MAN SAID WAS sERVED AT ONCE NOT EATEN CLD A SWEET POTATO IN YOO1 EAR AND HEN H E PUT OME ON HI SHEAD T WAS THE FOD OF WARRlcrts OLD LETS ALL BE LADZHATwE ARE HERt EX CEL ioR II rAKE THAT r f = NEXT s T A Tror AT WHIeH THIS HEAVENS TH E JM THe DUKE TRAITOR GASOLINETANt < HoW sLOW THe IitAINSTops I5 KALAMAZOO OF YORK rl p HA5 ECPLODED NI CN T G OES M OTHER t KA LAM2O1 LET ME SEE Z WROTE v I HARUM gym a I I I TN ANN G1U ING IN I THE FARM HOUSE WAS Ii DAYOPREST SCJOY SOLETU3ALLETANKFULANDWELLOPFER UPAPRAYER TRICKLETRICKLIWGWAZERIASYOO1hKL6a WNTNESPOUT 11tEYOFTENCAliEDTHE Dc roR ORAN OVERLOADED 130Y 1HATNONEOFUS AREeRAZYFOR WEALLHAlE RAINSTOsPARE YOU CAN WREaK A BOXcARWITH K 1DN OFSAUER KRAUT AND lF ISTREA...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 1909 I r WILLlES BOOMERANG FOODCARRIER SPOILS PAPAS THANKSGIVING DINNER o MOVAb1E RAC f a CARRYt NG DISH + Q J = L1 I L I 5 Pa L q S Q n 4 A l r NILLtE 1 1 a l v rl l jiJ r E NEfTIHGtiOUSE liOH I t jj i 5Ml liti FIG2 EC1ONtL PAT VIEW OF i r T LE Lw2 r l r a z lr 0 0 f H r THEOPEt TOR 6Y MEANSOF 0 T TH e PEDAL < AM MOVE TiE TRAY c f l FORWARD OR BACKWARD rrOPPIH4 i G rr WHERE EIEK 4ESIRE D r i r r r DEAR TUMMY I made this contrivance to show Aunt Jane how we could serve a Thanks8n ving dinner without a diningroom 1 rl We had a lot of fun with it at first but tt gof stuck on the center and PaPa Put his whole weg i ht on the Pedal SaY TommY it shot back at PaPa like a cannonball 1 Yours etc WILLIE 1 L e C Oa v I I pt i 0 I J 3 k a ai a t a J tl N 1 J J 2 O fS 11 q r Z j f d rr C I y L 2 i r s 1 u t S 7 v V lG u I 1 J 1 > = P tl a ITS 0 ONL Y El HELINDASHE MERELY PASSES ON A THANKSGIVING CIGAR e5O YOV VNCLE k5WT IN MIS ET...

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