The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, August 17, 1919, Magazine Section, Page 8, Image 88

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THE. SUNDAY -OKEGOINIAX, PORTUAXD, AUGUST IT, 1919.
LIFE SKETCHES BY ARTIST WHO SENSES SPIRIT OF THE DAY
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pounding the glass, looking around for help.
Among Us Mortals
The Day Coach
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wrong train and Mr. Meiggs. the con-
ductor. shows no incT nation to turn
the train around and go back, which
to be the least the railroad should
do for her.
Miss Widgett is aw
fully nervous about
missing her station,
and keeps running to
the .door to make sure
each stop corresponds
to what the con
ductor says it is.
The lady member of the team of Grogan. De Laney and
Grogac, sketch artists, getting caught up on her beauty sleep.
Pete, the train boy.
looking over the ter
ritory. Anyhow, it
can t be no woise
than the car behind,
where two five-cen(
bars of chocolate
were the only sales.
Lena and Sadie, off
on a fresh air jaunt,
are from the city
and proud of it.
They are putting
over "Minnie.,
Come Shimmy
With Me" with
great success. Lena
hopes the place
they're bound for
has a good movie
house, but, as Sadie
says. "You never
an tell what you'll
strike in them places
away from
Yawk!"
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Just what there is in Joe Kenney that should at
tract a woman and a baby has often puzzled
Joe. It may be something lovable and then
agaT k may be just fate that makes a trip in a
day coach impossible without having to give up
half the seat to a woman and a baby. Joe has
piled up his belongings alongside hoping thus
to keca intrudcn away.
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And here we see Joe. a usual, sharing his seat with a wcmaa and baby, a very friendly baby, who i gpiog to see tlwt Joe
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