Headlines in History: November 3, 1913

As the winds of November blow grey and cold outside, enjoy your Sunday tea and some Headlines in History from 100 years ago:

Anadarko Daily Democrat (Oklahoma):

“It was one jolly time.” This is possibly the most wholesome front page story of all time. Gotta love Oklahoma:

Jolly Time

The Bemidji Daily Pioneer (Minnesota):

Sunday cartoons anyone? It might take you a few reads to get it, though I’m still scratching my head:

Cartoon

The Tacoma Times:

New York used to be so much fun. “Fifteen desperate steers escaped from the slaughter yard and…the bull entered St. Patrick’s cathedral chapel and routed the worshippers.”

That’s one heck of a church service.

Stampede Church

The Salt Lake City Tribune:

Dang peasants can’t understand theological arguments “concerning ritual murder” from the juror stand.

Peasants