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LET US RESOLVE
To stick for the big show.
Not to repeat the baby's sayings.
To confine our gossip to people's good points.
To keep our virtues off the band wagon.
To rest between drinks.
To tell the truth only when it is helpful.
To kick no dog.
To hurt no child.
To sneer at no man.
To reverence all women.
To tickle all vanities but our own.
To laugh whenever there is a chance.
To share all our joys.
To keep our sortows to ourself.
To carry no chip on our shoulders.
To love our neighbors and still leave them alone.
To divide our pumpkin pies. '
To give no neckties for Christmas.
To work as hard as we rest.
To rest as hard as we work.
To remember the honey, not the sting.
To see the rainbow, not the storm.
To keep the rose and not the thorn.
To worship as we work.
To dream while we dig.
To live in the sunshine.
To fill the soul as well as the pocket.
To keep an open heart for alJU wanderers.
To cling to eternal things.
.To love man and trust God.
THE 1812 PRESS AGENT
Miss Holman is a young
actress, and a young and beauti
ful woman, with eyes
bright as diamonds
and teeth more white
than pearls, but,above
all, with a fascinating
expression of counte- W
nance which, when she gives pas
sages of archness, softens them
with the delicacy of apparent in
nocense, and adds tenfold pathos
to the tale of wo, by insuring the
sympathy of the beholder.
Dramatic Record, New York
Theater, Jan. 4, 1812.
The New Year will mean noth
ing except as the Old Year's
meaning is added to it.