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A Thought for
the New Year
By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
in the New York Sun
wa a young storkand
narrow-minded. Before he mar
ried he had ^consorted mainly with
striplings of his own kind and had
given no thought to ttie ladies, either
maid or matron.
After he married his attention was
concentrated upon his All-Satlst'ylng
Wife upon that Triumph of Art, La
bor and Lovetheir Nest, and upon
those Special Creationstheir Chil
dren. Deeply was he moved by the
marvelous instincts and processes of
motherhood. Love, reverence, intense
admiration, rose in his heart for Her of
the Weil-Built Nest Her of the Gleam
ing Treasure of Smooth Eggs Her of
the Patient Brooding Breast, the
Warming Wings, the downy wide
mouth Group of Little Ones.
Assiduously he labored to help her
build the nest, to help her feed the
young. Proud of his impassioned ac
tivity in her and their behalf, devoutly
he performed his share of the brooding
while she hunted in her turn. When
he was a-wing he thought continually
of Her as one with the BroodHis
Brood. When he was on the nest he
thought all the more of Her, who sat
there so long, so lovingly, to such noble
The happy days flew by, fair Spring
sweet Summergentle Autumn. The
young ones grew larger and larger it
was more and more work to keep their
lengthening, widening beaks shut in
contentment. Both parents flew far
afield to feed them.
Then the days grew shorter, the sky
grayer, \he wind colder there was
large hunting and small success. In
his dreams he began to see sunshine,
broad, burning sunshine day after day
skies of limitless blue dark, de,ep yet
full of fire and stretches of bright
water, shallow, warm, fringed with tall
reeds and rushes, teeming with fat
They were in her dreams, too, but he
did not know that.
He stretched his wings and flew
farther every day but his wings were
not satisfied. In his dreams came a
sense of vast heights and boundless
spaces of the earth streaming away
beneath him black water and white
land, gray water and brown land, blue
water and green land, all flowing back
ward from day to day, while the cold
lessened and the warmth grew.
He felt the empty sparkling nights,
stars far above, quivering, burning
stars far below, quivering more in the
dark water and felt his great wings,
wide, strong^all sufficient, carrying him
on and on.
This was in her dreams, too, but he
did not know that.
'It is time to go!" he cried one day.
"They are coming! It is upon us!
YesI must go! Good-by, my wife!
Good-by, my children!" For the Pas
sion of Wings was upon him.
She was stirred to the heart. "Yes,
it is time to go!" she cried. "I am
He was shocked, grieved, astonished.
"Why, my dear!" he said. "How pre
posterous! You cannot go on the
Great Flight! Your wings are for
brooding tender little ones! Your body
is for the Wonder of the Gleaming
Treasure!not for days and nights of
ceaseless soaring! You cannot go!"
She did not heed him. She spread
her wide wings and swept and circled
far and high aboveas, in truth, she
had been doing for many days, though
he had not noticed it.
She dropped to the ridge-pole beside
him where he was still muttering ob
jections. "Is it not glorious!" she cried.
"Come! They are pearly ready!"
"You Unnatural Mother!" he burst
forth. "You have forgotten the Order
of Nature! You have forgotten your
Children! Your loving, precious, ten
der, helpless Little Ones!" And he
wep^-for his highest ideals were shat
But the Precious Little Ones stood
in a row on the ridge-pole and flapped
their strong young wings In high de
rision. They were as big as he was,
nearly for as a matter of fact he was
but a Young Stork himself.
Then the air was beaten white with
a thousand wings It was like snow
and sliver and sea-foam 'there was a
flashing, whirlwind, a hurricane ot
wild joy, and then the Army of the Sky
spread wide in due array, and streamed
Full of remembered joy and more
joyous hope, finding the high sunlight
better than her dreams, she swept
away to the far summer-land and her
children, mad with the happiness of
the First Flight, swept beside her.
"But you are a Mother!" he panted,
as be caught up with them.
"Yes!" she cried joyously, "but I
was a Stork before I was a Mother
and Afterwardand All the Time!"
And the Storks were Flying.
New Tear comes adorned wltH holly.
Crowned with greens and mistletoe.
Full of youthful fun and folly
In the sunshine or the snow
With a forward-pointing finger
New Year steps upon the stage.
Round the old year shadows linger
And he trembles, bowed with age.
Through experience and reason
Many pitfalls he can see.
But the New Year for a season
Has his opportunity.
-Belle Willey One, Los Angeles Times.
TMF TTHWlWaWK WHITE EARTH. MINN.
VKTE* NtYSPWtt UNION
HAS been a very joou
day," said the New Year. "It
has been my first day here
and I mast say I have great
ly enjoyed it.
"Old Man Winter is not at
ail the chilling, told "Vrea
ture I expected him 1o be.
By no means. Of course it
is true he is cold, but his spirit is a
nice one. He has the kind of coldness
about him that I like. It doesn't make
people feel unhappy, but it makes
them feel like walking and doing
things. It makes them feel energetic
"It has been such a beautiful day,
too. As for the peoplethey have
"They have gone about wishing each
other a happy New Year and the greet
ings have been so pleasant and cheer
"Now I have a few new idea". Per
haps they are not really new. But they
are new to me. I've
heard it said that
there is really
nothing so very
"Anyway, I'm go
ing to tell these
ideas of mine.
are new or not, I
am hoping every
one will like them.
"Now today 1ms
been the first day
of the year, as ev
eryone knows. Ev
eryone has wished
everyone else such delightful wishes.
That is no news.
"But my ideas are these:
"Why not keep up this spirit all
through the year? Of course I do not
mean that everyone should wish every
one else a happy New Year every day
of the year.
"That would be very foolish.
"But I would like the same spirit
to be about all the time. I would like
it if everyone felt that they were wish
Jng the best for everyone else at all
"It would be so nice i'f people could
feel happy toward others all the time.
"For example it would be so nice
not to have any jealousy about. It
would be so nice not to have some
envious of others.
"It would be wonderful if when one
person heard that some friend had ha
good luck for it to make them happy*
"That would make the very air full
of happiness and cheer. 1 don't mean
that I think everjone should go about
with a silly grin. That would be fool
ish and tiresome.
"My idea is for them to have their
hearts smiling so that their words
would be cheery and so that they
would feel so much goodwill towaW
"I had a talk with the Old Year just
before he went.
"He told me that the one tiling
which had made him really ad at
times had been the senseless quarrels
and ugly words and mean speeches
which once in awhile he had heard.
"Such things he said had made him
cry. And when a year cries there is
sorrow in the air.
"He told me that the reason, or at
least one of the reasons, why every
one was so happy
at Christmas time
was because every
one felt happiness
and wished friends
"And it is the
and the New Year
spirit hat I would
like to see kept up
all the year.
"As I say, these
may not be new
ideas of mine, but
they are ideas
feel ^ery strongly.
"For example, I would like it If
mothers and daddies were just the
same all the year as they were at
Christmas time, and If children were
the same too, wanting to do for each
other, saying kindly things.
"I would like It If grownups never
hurt children's feelingsthose grown
ups who don't understand children. I
wish they would never say things to
hurt the feelings of children.
"The New Year is young and knows
that one con feel hurt when one is
"And I would like it if children
never hurt the feelings of older people
and never acted as though they felt
they were old or tiresome.
"The Old Year told me something
about that and the Old Year told me
how the feelings of oldi-r people could
"Yes, let's wish everyone a happy
New Year and happiness all through
the year and let's keep wishing it in
our hearts all the time. When we
think of mean or rro* or Impatient
things to snv let u? say 'Happy Ncv
Year* to ourselves." i
Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced
Pills and salts give temporary re
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In perfect health a natural lubricant
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A Matter of Form.
George Cohan was talking at the
Lambs club about a very popular
song-bird of revue.
"Is she good?" a poet asked.
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PESSIMIST LIFTS HIS VOICE
World Surely la in a Bad Way, off.
This Writer's Liver la Out
Strike and the world strikes with
you, work and you work alone ou
KOUIS arc -iblaze with the apathy craze,
thu wildest ever was known.
Groan and there'll be a chorua
Smile and you make no hit, for we've
grown long hair and wo preach dor
spalr and show you a dally fit.
Spnd and the gang will cheer you,
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and borrow from all who'll lend.
Knock and you'll be a winner. Boost
and you'll be a frost for the old sana
ways of the pre-war days are now
from the program lost.
Strike and the world strikes with
you, work and you work alone, for
we'd rather yell and raise blue hI
than strive for an- honest boneRoy
K. Moulton in the New York Eve*
Papa's Golf 8tockings.
Father, brilliant in striped goll
stockings, was off for day with the
family at the Van Courtland links. He
was complacently self-conscious. Eight
3 ear-old Ethel was fretful and nerv
ous. Several people In the subway
car were smiling. Suddenly Ethel
piped, "Mamma, can't I have some new
stockin's like papa. I wanna look like
a zebra, too."
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