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tl lhe in ON DECEMBER TW Christmas Dinner wi' the great banquet hall will be the greatest event in t Dinners ever known in any ( since the Babe of Bethlehe twenty centuries ago. Around the tables will be citizens of New York, each 01 cured from friends or will hi thousand dollars for the pr that feast. Many of them w sacrifice to buy their thousai will not be a millionaires' c great banquet will be three a invisible guests, representing rope who are waiting on Air them. The sumptuous meal, ser consist of the nourishing fo< these children receives throu; Relief Administration, for wl request, The Literary Digest during the past two months parts of this great Nation. T] this banquet will be the Fai least one hundred thousand 1 and blood, and will guarant tinuance of that nourishin through the winter in Central You fathers and mothers of New York and wherevei Most of you can not be prese Christmas Dinner to the invi ; can multiply it a million tin your own loved ones aror table; as you look into the daughters, the pride of youi of your life; as you watch i unutterable love your little grandchildren, whose faces a mas glee, ask yourself how priceless lives is worth to yoi give to save one of these swe< ?your own dearest?from cold, or cruel disease? Car in dollars? Would you not ea lar you have, every dollar's even your life itself, and cour if it would give health and co love? Over ftaovo in thncn noire v/ ? VI v* IV* V AAA WllVkJV 11U1W has crushed whole peoples, ; children precious beyond th? in the sight of the living Chr utter want and helplessness to you to love and to cherisi time. Many of them are orp to the holy task of mothering them, in His name. They a you feed them. They are s ter's cold; He asks you to e< bodies with warm clothes. Li joy have gone from them; I love you bear Him, by the Make all Checks payal tributed . ??????????? THE NEW Y(J Greatesi i tliA His THREE A! rENTY - NINTH a your 1 11 be held in one of His li Is of New York, that healtl he way of Christmas hood. ;ountry of the world m was born nearly T1 time, With seated one thousand o foKi Cv l/UAJi f whom will have se- and a mself have paid one other ivilege of dining at hungi nil have made great haps id-dollar tickets. It at the lub. Present at the the ol nd a half millions of ing in the children of Eu~ as We lerica to-day to save turn j will r ^ed in a tin cup, will ?* ^ id that each one of . A gh Herbert Hoover's iich, at Mr. Hoover's these* has made its appeal, .. . to Americans in all he thousand Hosts at genet ry Godfathers of at a 1 ittle children of flesh frvppt ;ee to them the coni j -i 7i natior g meal, daily, all home and Eastern Europe. Chrisl 3 in a million homes - thoug r this page is read: seas \ nt at that wonderful childi sible guests, but you enoug les. As you gather are o nu v?i n ^ ~ X* l>r? una juui iolixicid U1 net i faces of sons and the p * heart, and the joy stronj vith tenderness and for fc j children, or your child} re alight with Christ- the sj. much one of these i? What would you ' M 2i, laughing children Amei starvation, or bitter n?t b 1 you count the sum have gerly give every dol- lives, worth of property. * have it the sacrifice small, ancl < mfort to the one you y?u> J Chris re pre ?d lands, where war . Qne ? Eire millions of little guest j measure of dollars beeor ist. Because of their least He has given them I I i h at this Christmas ^ hans; you are called f them, and fathering that v ire hungry; He bids hivering in the win- ' aver their thin, little FppHi aughter and childish ie calls you, by the CI love that swells in the se t ble to "The Literary Digest Child-Fee , to see that it goes, without one peni Address, Child-Feeding, 1 IKK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DEC t Chrisl torv of <D A HALF Mllll heart for your own dear ones, to lo ittle ones, back again to the laug i that are the God-given heritage wo wonderful gifts are yours, this C from the bountiful hands of a lovinj one hand He gives you a comfortat e loaded with plenty, a happy fami 11 the delights of this festive Day. hand He is leading tenderly towai y, ragged child, perhaps ten of tl a hundred. You will not clutch ! gift in the one hand and refuse tl :her. We want His presence and 1 our homes, our churches, and at c celebrate His birthday, and so we dim away with the little ones He lo lot expect Him to allow us to kee s precious gifts if we reject the oth great Christmas tree was lighte )politan Opera House the other i destitute children of Europe, ai that blazed out on the big tree repr< ous gift of life to some child. E son Fosdick spoke straight to the ican fathers and mothers, not onl auditorium, but throughout the 1, when he said: "Most of us a to help our own children get r T~v114- rvv\/-v WinfllWA All rrV.4- 4- A 1a L/JUdO, UUl VJIIC ^ltlUIC UUgllt . IA7 II hts?the fact that mothers and fatl vill have to decide this week whicl *en they will allow to die. Ther ch food to go around; some of the bviously failing away, but some si nging on. Since some must die, >arents let the weaker go and ?? It is a sorry business at Christ ithers and mothers to pick out f\ *en those who will have to die fc lecial food necessary for children ake no mistake, you fathers and m ica. This grim, heart-rending dec e made by those fathers and mot nothing to give their children to s The decision will be made by plenty and to spare. The questie :leath for these children is in yoi md you alone, can give them life, tmas table set an extra place wt sent to those who gather around 1 ind if possible more than one, of the s to whom you and your loved on ne Godfathers and Godmothers. ii one I lie, as you wouia save your ( o not for a moment be satisfied i 7 your heart, your conscience, yoi are for many. Put into the plai acant chair your Christmas offerinj :ng children. Immediately after tl the money to The Literary Dige ng Fund for Mr. Hoover's life-savi [lurches, hotels and clubs are urg ime thing on a larger scale, perh ding Fund" and mail them direct t ny deducted, to Herbert Hoover's HE LITERARY DIGEST, 354-361 EMBER 22, 1920. tmas B the Wo SON GUESTS >ve these, special cerer hter and a Christmas of child- President \\ and many ot the children Christmas meal a day y Father: sand dollars )le home, one thousanc ily circle, children, on< With the children, anc *ds you a Give your he iem, per- one supreme i ea^erlv . 7. . uu I1UL JeL he gift in prodigality a dis bless- when it com< >ur feasts y0U wpj gjve i will no: from sutferii ves. We blessed mem jp a part er part. There is great thing. d in the Are they lo< night for stored away nd every patriotism t( esented a thrill of ferv >r. Harry y0U Were he! hearts of need. Now y in that are waiting, city and a far safer p re going chance, wail eady for bank of hea aunt on* doth corrup lers over- through and 1 of their e is not A fifty-c i children hve children low signs precious live shall not sand-dollar 1 save the from death. mas time .joy that life rom their would be yoi >r lack of could save t " and give the cold and hi [Others of Liberty Bon< :ision will this blessed hers who and storing i jave their Will you gi\ you who five, or ten < )n of life ir hands; What an At your box, those L lich shall off every si: ;he table. spending mo ? invisible dividends th es are to treasure in Save at Literary Dip 3wn soul. price you hi vith only little childrc ir ability will be the k be before little childri ?s for the and saved fi I _1 n*. t'rtil ne dinner wuu \ju .y^u st Childing work. Three a waiting for ed to do Is there not laps with this Christm; o The Literary Digest, who wjll b< Relief Organization for the work D Fourth Avenue, New York. ===================== * ' * ' *4* 7 anquet >rld nonies. Those who can not arrange ; dinner are asked to "adopt," as rilson and President-elect Harding ! hers have already done, as many of I as they can provide for with the one j throughout the winter. Ten thouwill pay for one thousand children, 1 dollars will pay for one hundred 3 hundred dollars will pay for ten 1 ten dollars will pay for one child. yavt a real Christmas treat. In this indulgence of the Christmas spirit ?conomy control. It is a time for nd utter abandonment in generosities to counting the children to whom life, and laughter, and whose rescue ag and death will be your most AVTT in o 11 rflQiv tr? o il Vl J 111 CV11 V11V-- J VtVi kj vv W iiivt need now to make haste and do a Where are your Liberty Bonds? :;ked in a vault? Are they safely in a strong box? It was an act of ) buy these bonds. It gave you a ent joy and satisfaction to feel that ping America in its time of national these bonds, that service rendered, perhaps, a still more glorious service, dace of investment. They are, per:ing for you to deposit them in the ,ven, "where neither moth nor rust t and where thieves do not break steal." lollar bond will ransom the lives o:' / ! rw 11 n vi U/vwrl it'll 1 Kin* t , cl liuiiuicu-uunai uunu >-\ in uuj s of these innocent sufferers; a thouDond will rescue a hundred little ones Can you think of any more glorious and opportunity could offer you that irs if you could save ?-you personally he lives of a thousand little children m warmth and happiness in place of inger and wasting disease? Every d or Victory Bond you consecrate to use will be making heaven on earth ip priceless treasure in heaven above. <e. as a royal Christmas gift one or of your bonds?NOW. 3 they earning for you, in their strong iberty Bonds? A few coupons clipt * months; a few extra dollars of ?ney. Think of the difference in the ey will earn when you bank them as heaven. Every bond Riven to The :est Child-Feeding Fund will be the ive paid for the lives of a group of ?n. Every dividend earned for you xughing faces and shining eyes of the ;n whom you have fed. and clothed, rom death. Are these worth 4:| pe r investment? nd a half millions of children are you men and women of New York, room in your hearts for them all at as time? ; responsible for every dollar con; of saving lives. ?