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I the salt Lake tribune; Sunday Morning, December 25, 1904
tvHT SANTA CLAUS WAS SO LATE LAST NIGHT.
VJ I VALUE JOME I
"Hf? - ONE.
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,(,pV Xv JIllik)YU WILL
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j L Br4trit'JW , y"1 "ke the turkey salad? . .
J Mcma to bo made out of an excellent quality of veal
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
Mra. Cod Good morning. Mrs. Turtle, could I nsk you the loan of a pal
of your son's stockings until tomorrow?
WOULD RE SAFER FOR THEM.
Manager For your new play I've en
raged tho "Shut-Up Quartette." They'll
ring behind tho scenes In the second
r Author Why behind tho scenes?
Manager Walt until you hear them.
A CALL DOWN.
Bojrrnr (In largo nfflco building Say, mlsler. can't yer give mo h lift?
ttenovolcjit Man-They don t belong to rao. Ask tho "elevator raau "
Old Santa Dunder and blltzen! I must get a shave. Those Japs tako me
for a Russian
Tho terrible adventure of Dollie Dimples and tho Tin Soldier.
Fido. I'm tying yr hero to ketch S anta Claua, on' if yer don't ketch him
or bark when he conies I'll sell you to de dorg catcher termerrer for a quarter.