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\_r NEW YEAR'S GREETING 1922 1921 s >sr m ... S4-4K 2. si. m . - w Y* "a \ ^4T M ifflli NEW YEAR'S GIFTS Cg sp L!"E '3 HEW YEAR «I # v. .-i-.'S mm if k 7 Exchange of Hearts Regarded as Most Acceptable. * Our Being Mot Transitory, but an Eiernal Possession. mi IÜ -fs? ' V MM / P§ t r ss WMâ mBr I! V ,mîl!![iF i ! 1 : w> III The Most Valued Gems Are Strung on Love's Chain and Beyond Price. Those Time Has Very Little to Do With the Fundamental Things of Our Existence. [lilP ijLUIji I I !. / 1)1 à ■ ■ I All. they know not heart woman who declare I * * « ■. I h time to woo with rare nor name 11 K serious tiling is. not that life is or may lie short, hut that it nmy he wasted or misused—indeed is likely ST' in lie so in most cases. There are few men in whom there Is not somethin;: of the slacker— and yet there is so much to do I Others are tint slackers, hut only because they have no sense of responsibility, and are conscious of no obligation. To these the sudden realization that time is passing swiftly liy comes with a ter rifying effect—when It comes at all. It was these that the Psalmist had in mint! when he wrote: Of man That love Ills altars wait not day Only the touch of sacrwl flame. I ■ ■ m ! i! hi / £À;.| y m i k I aùLu ff .■~"ï|T MAY he duiigerous f, )r i !... •: M/.I .'«'ting woman to ask a nice you g i mu who has hp, IM ^j] paying marked attention 2tA I tier w lmt lie would like to have her give 1. New Year's gift, Laura Jeai writes. Nine out of ten to make ready answer: ''1 should date, more than words can tell, that money can't liny—your dear, and the promise of your Itaiiu m wedlock." a for4.Tftou.fio.5t been our refuge from one geueralioir to cuvotilcr j-i to < ■ .*■ ■1 ssdl tes. Oust Iiope foryeams to luelier from tike stormy Wlast Lome. will come. r ' 9 Ï « Snort as tike watcB tf&at ends il&e Belcre t£e rising sum.. E}imeisLe Beats all its Tfeeyfiy' fsrgotteiri,as a drear i at tike opening A&y gut i t j "Yet they think that their houses shall continue forever: and that their dwelling (ilaees shall endure from gén ération to generation; and they call their lands after their own names." So it is harder to live nobly and bravely than it is to die gallantly in defense of a righteous cause at the call of country. This is, of course, in no way surprising. Yet the obligation Is tile same in both cases, for in both it is a question of being loyal to duty, sensitive to the' promptings of what Is best in human nature, short the wise thing is, not, as the Ko Wli.v shouldn't a lover make hold to ask for the treasure that is nearest his heart, when the opportunity is his? Wlmt maiden, who really loves, will say aught else than papa? of hearts he the most acceptable holi day gift t Im I can he given? All else can he bought with gold by any hand that holds it. lov'e of a pure sweetheart, the earnest, absorbing devotion of u good, loving wife, the love of little and of parents, brothers, sisters and of kinfolk, are gems strung i upon love's chain- beyond price. •hildless husband and wife would give all their wealth if It could purchase a love-bond a they could press to their breast—their very own. whom all the world envies, would bar ter Ids wealth for the real love of honest, trusting heart. PSjmller tine sSmlsSow ©fTliry tHrone, Hlffy Lsaribnrts In Wfficieimt is L am ever-i r # you may ask Why shouldn't an exchange I ave r elit vSecaare; » amnt .one i ■ The tender ©tir Lemce is sure. If time is HJelfore Æe Mis in order si©©«!. Or Laurdk received Her Crame, ■Idldren, aye man poet suggested, to use it reck lessly and to the utmost in mere en joyment. but to build it Into the fu ture self which is being realized with the passage of each day. used is not transitory, hut rather an eternal possession, something of which a man cannot he deprived, of course, is the moral of New Year's day. It is an old moral, and yet ever new—new every morning, practically ihe whole of religion, applied to dully lile. Is summed In it. For religion, culture, is I 3 CW H®pe lor years to come, Be*ïî©u <tmr ^wdwMelile . xLf1 last. And omur eternal H 18 ;• The Life thus Uroma everlasting Ukoui art God, V -Ibid whom >■ To endless years tfa. And that. The proud old bachelor, e same. one. II i Kl h Jsaac toail& one Indeed, as Lut Ilm women from among whom he would choose a mate do not want him. up even more than the study of perfection." whs meant to lie limls that all the wealth of the Indies cannot purchase that which is (iod-givcii—love. A 'A/YJ/IS CITY T/riE.S I and it speaks of, and further, the progress from irnperfee If* Money cannot hnv such loyalty exists between son iufd sire; between mother and ihuighfPFT might secure the turn'd of a young uiift beautiful. in piurriage, but if tier heart lias soon finds y tlon to perfection. He who fins been as 'made perfect in a short time" has. as has been "fulfilled a long time." » ! > A rich man seen. And an un wmimii spotted life is old age hand, the man who lies In wiekednei dies in his youth even though he live far beyond the script lira! term. Time, therefore, Inis very little to do with the fundamental tilings of life. <hi the oilier I not gfqie with It, he wealth, with all its glitter, which can buy many comforts, purchase love. 1 ss 1 m cannot Nor can It buy happi ness amt contentment or prolong life (»1C He Lejt Something ! % 11 - . .'"'"I longer Ilian destiny de 11 THE GLAD NEW YEAR. It health wan a favor which only the i'öiild buy. The rii-h would live. rich Now joy bells ring across the lea. All dear and ! A mess, It is New Y 3 H The poor would die. " wtio was caught In his own trap by the spring door swinging to and locking Itself behind •H and full and free, a«e that the world may hear ' The glad N v Year! Tho snows lie deep fin hill and plain. Our voices sing the full refrain and faith i • -nu J him. f<mml ihm all his gold was hut dross 1o him ami set him lionaire, f xh \S r' Of hoi It is New Ye; wondrous < beer. Kla»i New Year' fi'ee. The mil in a going flown kldp, limls Dial the life tf, sinking of a si nig gling sailor is fully ns precious as his own when hot ! i .iWsf I// Wo break the links HI f trouble's chain. Forget the sorrow and th*- pain An<i it! lovi'd ones vat her v r/ neal Th** glad New Year' titv flgliting fur h T liere is not lummy enough In the universe for l.lin to give hi- life for tho others. There indeed mu it v treasures which cannot buy In this dear, ]nst 1 / :r It Is N, Ye: ■ place In M lifphuflt. ijJl The past S the past, its grief is goim. Theie htt.tks for us a brighter da God ä wr \\ h n 7 <ekf/Æi to us a gift most dp. w »if»* money old world. It 1 s \iv. Yea i A tr : '» . ï Ne\v m- • r! L'J i r, «ts 9 ■JT SW* A«». •iccioi*» vaU. • -7 t :*v' H: -c / ïJm û t . rikJTN J ; M ii vShrf*. Ce* * • * r.i ' v. ;v\( ■ A -v wA 'S/A i . v / /Fr\ s: m I IB ; ■A 0 o-O not stingy. '' N l°' G * nev '*''., I ain . t got , t(noy but I made a resolution that all penme. goe. to th. heathen, thl. VS , (Iff// I N me NO WONDER. Dorothy— Oh father, why have buttoned your chin? Father—Se a. to tdde thi* tie mother bought me for Chriatmaw child. yoe your coat way up around Peanut Butter Taffy. hotter."'" 1 * ' cupful I"*"«« ■■fJy Boll Ihe :m liasses and peanut t.uite, te the crack stage, and then your my *51 rang. When partly cool puli taffy. Cm off into two-inch with Anrp aclMora. f au> plvcos mrn ,i u y-g, .r- -cwiurB-iiwwsasms.