Clipped From Arizona Daily Star
V IQ-U-lt at ll-21-3t fita-.bles, 11-23-tf 11-23-tf 4H0 11-21-tf 11-21-tf 11-15- 11-15- of of 11-21- Ad ll--.5-.5t GIVING. By the Governor of Arizona: The proclamation la as follows: "To the people of Arlaona: Thanks. giving day has become so much and so peculiarly an American Institution that wo look forward to its near approach approach with feelU gs of grateful pleas- pleas- uio. "It had Its origin with the sturdy Dloueers of a new continent It Is hal lowed by the customs of our people for nearly three centuries. It Is recognized recognized by churches of every creed, and has been embodied In our laws as the great annual American family festival of Thanksgiving for the mercies, mercies, prosperity and happiness of the closing year. The memories of the years gone by of happy family gather ings have especially endeared the day to us all, having to those, of whom there are so many of us, who have mi grated from the scenes of their early years, a peculiar significance of tho day. The President of the United States has by his proclamation designated Thursday, the 29th day of November, for Its observance. By the law -of -of the nat'.on, and by the law of Arizona, it is made a legal holiday of the people of this prosperous prosperous community, to enable them fitting ly and fully to observe and enjoy the ceremonies, all in their own manner, of Thanksgiving day. "Nowu therefore, I, Joseph H. Kib- Kib- bey, governor of Arizona, do hereby designate and appoint Thursday, No vember 29, 190C, Thanksgiving Day, and Tecommend its observance and celebration as such. "In witness hereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the Territory to be affixed. Done at Phoenix, the capital, this 1st day of November, 1906. (Seal) JOSEPH H. TCIBBEY. By the Governor, W! F. NICHOLS, Sec'y of the Territory of Arizona.