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m, JWedncsday, December 29, 1915. THE LEHI SUN. LEHI. UTAr J 'Hsfe&i
I X vys m, HARLOWR I
I vJj RANDALL MOW J
I ' rtVQirTrHE NowYeaKcomos. ThePIcIYefllrobs
V li&zBzAa) -Adown the pathway"of the years;
;H jent 'neath his pacK of Joys and"vft5e3
V lv I I f Junetlde smiles and April tearsj
'W J I (Across the fields with snowdrift white,
'fl -FholdYear passes on tonight -
U I y XTWELMONmasfwo welcomed him-
fl ' ""-n. -j AiNw Ypsfhe, one year agoi
fl .Butnow hiseye Is weaK and dim, I
fl Ho totters on with footstep slowi
' B ; 7V Hisyoicecomplalnintf on the breeze, 4$?
M .rB-h'gantng of the trees, ggrel.
B X)E walched Wm row TnterUmWfM
I K W Ebbed into spring, and siirnheri then faflKS
fl We saw him pulse with virile pride) "ffl
B When autumn fields were ripe agalni IHt
And now, we view him at the last, y$
W Nipped by December's chilling blefcit. J&jfc
H I VV He was a 7lcd'dhj
4 Jp i So lot us toast him, eeryone a) NV V
'fl And'bld the wantiferer "Ck)d-spdr Jfo-v 1
r-B Old Year, a final healllh to you I Sl-RsSK
e,B You were comrade, tried sdMMi SjfRjk
"fl 'T'HE Old Year goes. The NewYeatlaWsW fL
ojB , Before the door and valte us (J'M vL
to fl Ho, bring him in with, welcomejheuldsjtyj M 4
fl The Yeaf l3 dead"Longke thej"ejirfljl Hj?
; J sw! $ tw ji
1, B Tbs following Nsw Year wish
Bj U ascrlbad to Ooeths.
a fl Health enough to make work a ' !
B '' p'ea,uro -'
Woalth enough to support your ! I
i fl ; nsedi.
i ; Strength enough to battle with :;
t M ' dIfflcultie and ovorcomo them.
. IQ Qraco enough to confess your sins ! ',
' H : ; and forsake them,
i M Patience enough to toil until some ; :
V ; . good is accomplished.
BX Charity enough that shall see
8 "B i 80mo eoo 'n yur neighbor.
Hi Cheerfulness enough that shall' : :
BS '! mak8 others glad.
HE Love enough that shall move 'you ;
' fl ' DB U9Q'UI And helpful to othors. '
" H Faith that ha11 maka real tho : i
B ; ! things of Ood.
t K And hope that shall rerqpve all
i LK i ' anxJous 'ear concerning tho future. ;
, m aUAINT SOLDIER CEREMONY
How Crack Scotch Regimen;, the Sea-
, B forth Highlanders, Ushers In
B the New Year.
K Tho Soaforth Illghlandors, ono of
L Scotland's crack rosimonts now at tho
H front, havo ono of tho most pocullar
m Now Yoar'o ovo customB of tho wholo
H BrltlBh nrmy. Tho coromony la pic-
H turcsquo and Imposing.
B On tho night of Hogmanuy, at about
10:30 o'clock, tho roRlniont assom-
bloa in tho barrack square A fow '
K mlnutoB later tho oldoat aoldlor In tho
battalion, droasod ns a Druid, mnkoa
his appoaranco, to tho accompanl-
B mont of a fiourlah of trurapota. As-
K condlng tho ImprovlBod throno, ho
K collB on tho votoranB to Bhow tholr
K uniforms and achlovomonts of bygono
B tlmoa. To tho music of tho plpea and .
B braBB bond veteran after veteran, ar
'rayed In tho uniforms worn by tho rcg- !
lmont at different porlods, marches ,
past and salutes tho Druid. Tho Druid
BW thon toastB "Tho Beaforth Highland- '
H After a display of Highland dancing
K tho alarm is sounded, and tho second .
BS oldest soldier, arrayod as Father Timo,
K 'approaches. The votorans thon re- ,
BB treat, loaving tholr honors to bo guard- .
B od by their succosaors, and Father
H Tlmo oxpols tho Druid.
BH At tho last stroko of midnight a '
loud knock is heard at tho gate and
BJ out rings the sontry'B challengo: i
"Halt! Who goes thero?" (
BB "The Now Year!" comes back tho
BB answer. 1
H "Advanco, Now Year, and glvo tho
jBB countersign '" u tho next command.
H "Pass, New Year; all's well!" r
iW Tbo gatu is then opened and the -
youngcat boy of tho battalion enters,
dros8od na tho high chief of ancient
Roes, to represent tho Now Yoar. Tho
colonel obukea hands with tho boy,
whllo tho band strikes up, "A Quid
Now Year to Ano and A'."
Aftor tho colonol's greotlng to tho
battalion tho national anthom 1b
playod and tbo mon fall out
When the World's All New.
It is tho samo old world that wo
rooted on Now Year's morning. Dut
somehow it looked bo different. The
invisible dividing lino between last
year and this has mado posalblo a
now anglo of vision. Tbo grip of old
passions accms to havo lost its hold
and a "now purposo, partly old, partly
now. throbs l'or recognition. A gen
tlonoflB appears In faces thought to
be hard and cynical. Happiness
sjmrklos in tho eyes of sad and lonely
folk. A' sort of Introduction la need
ed to oncaelf. For tho dawn of tho
now year makes posslblo a fresh at
tack on tho ezo-weary problomn,
another attempt to produco tho beat
Instead of tho good, and n now walk
down by-ways of human exporlenco
whoro ono may bo a good Samaritan
with no oyo but his to seo and
understand. Tho world Is all now on
Now Year'B morning my world,
your world, our world to mako over
for tho Kingdom. Ralph Welles
A NEW YEAR'S PRAYER.
Lord, help mo reach that hlRher plane
Above all sordid, selfish strife)
Help mo a pure life to attain,
Nor count tho cost, nor heed tho pnln,
E'en though I loso this present life.
While God's clear PIsbbIi heights I cnln.
Itov. Urovor C. Clark.
Victor Herbert tells this story of
two famous musicians:
"Do Pachmann nnd Goldmark once,
met in front of tho lattor'a Vienna
homo. Goldmark was a most cstl
mablo old chap, and, as ovorybody
knows, a writer of exceptionally bril
liant and molodlotiB music, but his
ano great fault was his overwhelming
conceit. As Do Pachmann and Hold
mark walked nway from tho compos
ar's Iioubo tho pianist pointed back
ward and said:
"'That modest little odlflco will bo
rignally distinguished somo aay nrtor
rou aro dead.'
"'Indood!' said (Joldmark.
"'Yes,' contlnuod Do Pachmann,
they will decdrato It with a tablet'
"'And what do you suppose they
ivlll say on tho tablet? asked tbo
'"To lot!' replied De Pachmann."
The essenco of friendship is entlre
iess, a total magnanimity and trust
TKqiv Care aivcl Cultivatioiv k?)
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A Bunch of 'Mums That Makes Drloht the Living Room.
HANDLING FLOWER POTS
By IDA M. 8HEPLER.
Casters wo know aro cheap. Fivo
conts aplcco, and four of theso fas
tened in tho discarded logs of an old
table, bod, or oven it theso aro not
at hand, four pieces of square pine
wood on which you can nail a long
This is really a good stand on which
to slip your window plants in tbolr
pots. Fill tbo shallow box half full of
sand, bed tho pots in this sand, which
absorbs tho molsturo from tho pots,
saving tho carpet below and sending
somo of 1t back into tho plant roots.
Of course tho box should bo .painted.'
good, color. ""
I havo soon for this arrangomont tho
combination of tho logs painted groen
and tho box dono In lattlco like stripes
of whlto and greon. Mako tho box as
long as you havo room each sldo of
tho window (not measuring just tho
window spaco Itself), as then ono can
nltornato tho pots, bringing tho end
pits la turn to tho mlddlo and direct
On very cold nights, as glass draws
frost as woll as hoat, flowers often got
nipped. A box for plants resting on
castors is easily drawn away from tho
window dlroct, nnd can bo pushed back
tho next morning.
Theso castors aro also a convcnlonco
when sweeping about tho window. Any
woman who koops houso plants In her
room can, herself, mako two or throo
window boxos, legs and all, picked up
from whoro carpenters aro building.
Thoso boxes, of courso, aro used
mainly iu windows that aro kept for
tho saving of plants for spring, and yet
they can contain on assortment of
flowers, which, banked back of a win
dow, glvo an offoctlvo plcturo of beauty
to tho paBsor-by as woll as to tho In
mates of tho room.
For a Bmall window, and ono from
which you must got light for tho room,
bo sparing of tho plants. Thoro is noth
ing pretty In a dark room, tho causo of
which is tho window literally hung and
placed full of all mnnnor of foliage.
It Is such a mlstako to fill up a vtn
dow so full of plants nnd vinos in win
tor that ono can nolthor got light for
reading nor Bight of tho prettier world
outaldo. A fow plants, in a small win
dow, artistically arranged, is a much
If you are buying wlntor plants from
tho florist, don't unwrap tho rootB until
roady to pot them, bubo suro to give
tho soil in which tho plnnt roots nro
bedded, plenty of wator koop thorn
literally soaked In water, and by tho
tlmo you nro ready to pot, if it bo but
two hourn after, you will And tbo plant
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The New Bridal Bouquet.
SAVE YOUR BULBS
Do not throw away your wlntor
bulbs; thoy can bu kept until noxt
spring nnd planted In tho garden,
whoro It Is posslblo thoy may rocovor
enough of tholr original strength to
glvo a crop of flowors tho noxt sea
son. It Is posslblo, I say, but it Is not nt
all probable, that ono out of ton will
Still, It dnos no hnrm to try. It Is
about ns onsy to put thorn Into tho
ground ns to dump thorn Into tho
Dut I would novor odvlso anyono
to mako uso of theso bulbs n second
senson in tho houso. Thoy cannot bo
The Largect Acacia in the World.
SOMEWHAT MRDTO FOLLOW
8tUrdA..V mnrhtR!c,r '" L" Mr.
All Right, but for Certain
'Smi',' "''Wrcck8' has hoc telling
out Ulnesa and attain old ago with-
fcat'oro Is Ocorgo's rcclpo:
you deslntich nn vm. hi ',
"Eat win. " """vcr
"Sleep wir you like.
just iivo iik aro necessary.
Thoro is no downnt to."
the right Idea. Yo,at a ,
Implncnblo ago has ,t , ',a
doslro-bollovos In ont. " " "
It likes, whonovor It ', ,tfl
sleeping when It fools Blcv " , ns
tho tlmo ono Is more or lI , ,,n
"Just llvo llko ho wnt'ta tp" if1 ,y
of training in tho opposite dV
holds up Inhibitory hands nn? I
uis nnen j' ot us savor. i
Gcorgo Is an example but ho pi,
haps owtB moro than ho realltcs tf'1
tho belaying pin and tho rope's end,'
both of which aids to good habits were
In their prlmo whon his habits woro
forming. Knickerbocker Proas.
HEAL YOUR SKIN TROUBLES
With Cutlcura, the Quick, Sure and
Easy Way. Trial Free
Datho with Cutlcura Soap, dry and
apply tho Ointment. Thoy stop itch
ing Instantly, clear away plmplos,
blackheads, redness and roughness, re
movo dandruff and scalp irritation,
heal rod, rough and soro hands as
woll as most baby skin troubles.
Froo samplo each by mall with Book.
Addross postcard, Cutlcura, Dopt L,
Boston. Sold everywhere Adv.
Worked Both Ways.
It was tho morning after a bard
raliibtorm and tho roof had leaked.
Wife Henry, you rosily must have
the landlord como nnd seo for him
self tho damngo tho rain did to our
Hub I can't without letting him boo
tho ilanmg'j the children havo deno to
tho rest of tho house.
"Havo you a publicity Btaff ?"
"I used to maintain ono," answered
tho prominent railroad president, "but
hoio of Into tho Government bus kopt
me bo much In tho public cy that I
, cputrlvo-to Ret on the- Trent iWtfu of
nowspapors ovi'ry day or two without
any solicitation whatever."
Mot Onj Hairs lint Tired Eyss
make us look older than wo are. Keep
your Eyes young nnd you will look young.
After tho Movies Murine Your Eyes. Don't
tell your age. Murine ISyo Remedy Co.,
Chicago, Sends Eye ltook on request.
One Man's Wisdom.
Said She What do you think of
that singt-r's high noto?
Said Ho J can't Indorse it
Yo Prevent the Orlp
Colli t ctate Grip Lntiv Bromo Ootnlnt r
tnovei the emu. Tlieto It only oa "Uromo
Qulaiae." B. W, CROVU'S iliottui ea boi. tjc
Every dog has his day, but, llko
mon, they nlwuys want mure.
Sllunf. watches of the night aro
thoso wo forgot to wind.
Whon all others fall to please
Try Denlson's Coffee.
An Ignorant mnn is usually Ignotnnt
of tho fact that ho Is Ignorant.
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t"nn to drlvo her ? 1 ?maa t bH
oxpensivo, Uo a ,ot woro H
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And eured In 6 In .. J. I C APP"Catlon BBB
P trills refana mog.yy St t,'' ' ui.' IbssI
A frenzied ilnnnclnr i. bVB
earns his money bvthn I ."0 w" IbH
men's brows. WCOt of oU)or JbBB
Not Satisfactory. iBTB
"U0 t0ld mo " s tho last Uruo." ' M
-ur Her Advantage. -nBBw
vomon can't font m r .1'BBB
Incredible. I HI
ero flflj, d whIo SV1(-'SbB
wZ'nniT' "No violinist lH
cjvoroB political pull would have- JlBBW
Sd a pyrolochnlc display to go H
Vvnl performance," g flK
caller other's Errand. t BB
swercd itna at homo?" asked a ' H
miss.0; S-old Lo,n' who ' B
tlmo." worod tho snisiv J IbbL
ca',s Bot Bo,to 2 - m
"Yoa, ma'am," rn,choccI ,. V M
said sho wob going -bB
tho neighbor for a mifc gjd- IflBJ
Why Is Castor Oil, An if 1MB
Mary Cnthorlno, throe, hud -nsB
that God mado avorythlng. 8. . mHB
also boon taught that Ood llkes I, 1 JHf
ono. Ono day sho cried, coaxed ; fHftl
pleaded to nvold a doso af mcdlrln. ' JbBE
Having to tako It, howovnr, sho lookco. t .Hl
up with a tearful and dubious exprcn ' VHl
slon na sho wryly wiped her- mouth- - H
and asked: k BBI
"Mamma, If God likes llttlo gtrhi, v 7 I SH
why did ho mako castor oil?" Clevn- - BbB
land Loader, s - HJH
Make the Liver iHJ
Do its Duty JBl
Nino times in ten when the liver ! XbB
right the stomach and bowels are right W BvJ
CARTER'S LITTLE m I f !
LIVER PILLS jh ''h SM
gontlybutfirmlycomBBjjyzip ' ffcBB
pel a lazy liver ln,BBMjr'(n l(l iBBfl
do Its duty. JHkAslFiP IBsfl
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in.p iiver BbB
digestion, BBj Idl-tS. 'WsVB
Headache,' ' , , J Ba
and Distress After Eatkg. BB
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICES jB
Genuine must bear Signature H
D! A PIT L0SSES sukly rtawmi B
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1 il.JVJsV H-fiM k.. BUrtltf Plllt 4.0 BB1
7m any Injwtar. but Culler's UA faBaBaBa
Tb lupatbrilr of Cuttar products is dsa to 'r IS sfaTssB
fun of (pariaifitns In vimIh.i sad Mmns asly. ""
Insist " Cuttir. It unc,l.utabla, ordr itlmt. nVTsVsal
THE CUTTKR LABOBATOHY, BsfktUy, CtilU.sls. BBJ
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HAIR BAtSAM WS
A talltt praparatlcai ol larlt (MfH
Htlpa to arkdlMtta duujrurr. jBaja
ForRcstorina Color and (HfB
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NtTct Contcnta IS FInM DrurhmJ fJffHj UHIf'a II
1S I l'or Infants and Children. H
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