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XX7HEN the boy passed the baker's
' " shop on his way to school, he '
'Used to look with longing upon the '
display of pies and cakes and, resolve I
In bis heart that if fortune should j
ever uiess mm witn means ne wouiu
have enough of a feast for once. But
when, in after years, he passed the
same old shop and looked upon the
new treasures of the old window, now
with a pocketful of money, he had
ceased to cure for the goodies, and
went on, Jingling his useless coins.
What do we wunt nowT Not what
we used to want. Not more pic, not
more candy, not more toys, not even
more money. The old ambitions have
been realized, the old goals have been
reached, we have the power of which
we dreamed, there doesn't seem to be
i MAKTHA . THOMAS
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spHERE Is always a place to which
one may flee in time of need. That
place is the Inside of bur own heads I
I'rovlde d, of course, that the Inside of
our own heads Is properly furnished
with imagination and that the key Is
not rusted in the lock from long dis
use. If you are a little lonely on
Christinas eve, or a little unhappy,
or a little anything that tends to tar
nish the glow of the season, why not
climb up to that pluce inside your
Head, rattle the lock, be quite firm
with the key no matter how stubborn
it Is, then enter into whut Joy you
may summon by your thoughts?
Glad wishes for friends are the
green wreaths we may hang In the
windows of our Christmas room.
Hopes for another year are the can
dies we light on the table.
New pluna are the fruit to deck the
board, and very likely there will be a
guest or so to share them.
Think of the Fire of Purpose you
may jigbt on your beartn I
Think of the glow and warmth it
will cast over you I
Think of the castles and dreams you
crowded out of your heart because
you were too busy; the flue, adven
turous ones ; the funny ones you have
laughed over all to yourself; the shy
ones you would not reveal to a soul
at any price. Cull them all back and
see what a splendid set of inspirations
they are. Tou'll feel like a new person.
And don't forget to put a present
on the Tree of faith for yourself;
something you've wanted all your life.
If you can't have it this year, waiting
will make It mora precious ; and if you
can (oh, think of that I) you'll be aU
the better prepared.
do spend a utue uio in your inriK
anything In sight worth running after,
we look out upon a spleudid world
with a failing desire for it, we go on
by an acquired momentum rather than
with zest. Still, we are unsutlstied
Yet we want something. Whnt Is It?
Whut do we want? What could the
Christmas time bring us of satisfac
How would you like to recover that
lost art of Imagination? How would
a large investment In hope pay you?
What would thut strange power of be
holding the reality and the loveliness
of a spiritual world, thut mysterious
power thut some have, mean to you?
If you could be a child again, Just for
Christmas Eve, perhaps, you would see
the meunlug of the stars that ride so
gloriously upon the billows of spuce,
You might feel culled up und out by
the supreme and satisfying Joy that
After all, we inny have gained the
world and lost futtli, mi immeasurable
loss. Only he who keeps his chlldlike-
ness not his childishness knows Lhft
eternul worth of time, the satisfac
tion of thut everlasting love that fulth
Whut a Christmas gift thut would
be I Wus not the old colored preacher
right when he sang, "All I wunt, all 1
want ; all I waut is a little more faith
One-half cupful sugnr, 2 cupfuls
seeded raisins, 1ft cupfuls boiling wa
tt, Vs teuspoonful suit, 1 teuspoonful
grated orange rind, , 8 tablespoonfuls
orange Juice, 2 tablespoonfuls lemou
Juice, 1 tublespoonful grated lemon
rind. 2 tublespoonful cornstarch, 4
Cook raisins In boiling water for
live minutes; pour Into sugar and
cornstarch which have been mixed.
Cook until thick, about Ave minutes.
Remove from Are and add other in
gredients. Hake between two crusts.
Waluuta may be omitted If desired.
Lotion for the Skin.
The f.nest lotion for preventing
rough, red hands and chapped Hps In
winter Is equal parts of glycerin, bay
rum and arnica.
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