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refer r frri to tho society knows oa a the Four Foullundied IourIIlIIlCI FourIIuIiII
llundied IIlIIlCI Ilfl efI Mr r Ford attacks this calf ah ahIts and andIt andltM <
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sirioU about midway between betwe n Washington Waahlngtoiftiinro WuhlngtohHqlllllO Washingtonsiuiiro
ftiinro and Central Park The ho boarder boarderHP boarde1llRr
HP inart ulartt tart nil Included among the calf calfwnihhtppors caltsT1Ihlppor calfsn1itpp4ir4
wnihhtppors and Die Idolatry IdotatryInrly U I partlou partlouInrly tJ4rt1cuInri
Inrly Inri mftnlfoit at the tim dinner hour when wherconversation whenflIIVetUtIOfl
conversation 01111 > 111101 runs > In unrestricted d flow flowTlmt flowVhiit towThat
That MrFord Mr Ir Ford is not likely ever to IK IKni bo boIU hoI
IU I ni IliadId ua < Jf < l fftn r I om lila strong Inimical point polnof pointof
of viw by the prevailing opinion at Mm MmCatnips Mratnlp Mrsntflip14 I
Catnips atnlp Is Ii made apparent In many ex exIllicit exh11 oxJtICtt
Illicit h11 pns agcB Ue In his book For instance instanceat
at till th Hud or U tile ° third chapter which de deplots deplcl dopk1M
plots plcl for us u the glittering show at tho workfamous world worldr worldfnxnu
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famous r mOU > l NickelPlush Hotel we read readTinso
Tinso The 1 IIQiO O be thy gods 0 Israel Israeltheso theso gamb gambrs pmbJr8 gambhr8
Jr8 > rs wino touts and society heaven uav uavtint save savoIhn savethn
tint mark I tradespeople these dead bead beadnnd beatnnd beatssnd
nnd bankrupt who can only keep afloat afloahy afloathi I
< hy b dinging to the sklrta of a society whoa whoafiniiiB Wh080tillill whoaottItig
finiiiB tillill symbolis symbol the meretricious cheap cheapnhiny choaph cheaphixky
nhiny h ny calf ofmolten brass These be thy thjgods thygode thyOII
gods OII 0 leraell I raell It Is for this vainglorious valnglorlouiimiltitude valnglorlouflIIIl1lt1lllle vaingloriousniiItItltLe
imiltitude that thy peoplo of tho latter lattoiilny latterdn
dn ilny 381 exodUs have stripped themselves o othe ot otIhl ofthi
the jweli j wcl14 of righteousness and the pure pungold pureold puregotd
gold old of decent tradition and self respect respectnnd reflpectnnd respectnnd
nnd fashioned for themselves this pitiful pltlfuIdol pltlrutIrol
Idol I declare that there la l not in th thwhole the thewhole thewtiol <
whole country such an exhibition of snob snobIxry snobIt snobIbry
Ixry It < > ry prvtence and sordid greed as that Urnwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which may be seen of all men In this hal hallowr hallowid
lowr lowid < l temple tNIl pie ofthe or tho brazen calf calfWe catrWe calfWe
We may lOa accept Airs Taffeta perhaps perhapsas
as thE leading Idolater at atthe the Catnip table tableShe tableHhl tableSlis
She wan a lady privileged to thank heaven heavcithat heaventhnt heaventhat
that elio was no grammarian KJHj KJHjTitepiuw lQltylitepurBO qttyIitepurso
Titepiuw will bo all aUrlsht right when she mar marriis marrjB marri4
riis young YO1I1 Tlmpson eald Mrs Taffeta TaffetaTwas Taft TafftaTwa ta
Twas him got her the Invite for the AH AHsembly foRslmbly a asexnbly
sembly ball this year thoughthey though they wouidn wouidnhave ouldnt iouldnthave ouldnthal9
have her at no price last year Mr Ford Forxdeclared Ford Forddfclart Forddrdared
declared dfclart < that this young Tirnpson referred referroto rorerredto <
l to by Mrs Taffeta got Into society by Iyrea Iyreason rca rcason reaon
son on of It a pronounced phyHical physica1pcedIiadty physica1pcedIiadtyHis peculiarity peculiarityHi pectiliaiityHl8Pxtraordlnary
Hi extraordinary His ears ho tells us wlilolseemed wlilol wl wIilchseemed ch chfemed
seemed almost to meet over the top of hi hihood his hilihroM hishra4
hood fitted him hI to shine in the fashionable fashionablintellectual t fashionableintellectual llhionablointellectual
intellectual and artistic l tiIlUC sot which iovariabl iovariabldemands i hvarablydxmsnds variably variablyrI
demands rI m8ndll somei some striking peculiarity Q Qvisage Qf QfIllI1ge f fvisage
visage on the part of ita It prophets prophetsMrs
Mrs trs Grinders Mrs Foxglovo Foxglovoand and Mr MrCirosgraln MrnrNlgraln MrGrnsgraln
Cirosgraln were we oother other idolaters boarding boardlniat boardi ng ngat
at Mrs Catnips Mrs Foxglove sent nt he helittle her herIitU herlittle
IitU little daughter to Mrs Birdfobda Blrdq Birdf ods dlilelecs dlilelecsrhool eelec eelecschool Belectschool
school for the children of millionaires millionaireswhere millionaireswhere nllIIonaire nllIIonairewhlre
where the th poor young creature was wlUlanubbed wlUlanubbedunmprclrully snubbed snubbeunmercifully snubbedunmercifully <
unmercifully In the course of the chapter ohaptedealing chap chapterdealing tor torcllaHng
dealing with this thiad1aue distressing slnlt Incident MiFord Mr MrFord MrFord
Ford gays Now and then I hear stories storieof storieaof
of the fast pace set by certain favored favoreiyoungsters favoredyoungsters favoredyoungsters
youngsters of well advertised society am amwhenever and andwll1nonr andwhenever
whenever I hear of a parcel of boys of 1 1dining 13 13dining 13dining
dining in evening dress and befuddlln befuddllnthemselves befuddling betuddllngIhlmkelvM befuddlingI
I themselves with champagne or of the auppowHily sup suppOftly supIlosrdly
powHily humorous but really pathetic patheticItory pathetlotory pathetiottory
tory of the little girls who collected oli olidiver old old111cr oldIlvor
diver instead of sea shells or of some pam pamtered pamperld painPered
perld tered child chil < i of U 1 who loses a hundred dollar dollarat d dollarsat llar8 llar8nt
at bridge I feel teelUke like asking why it is i tha thatho that thatthe thatthe
the brazen calf can make no better return returfor returnror returnfor
for all our adoration than to beckon Time Timand TimeRnd Timeand
and call upon Old Age to quicken his lagging lagglnsteps laggingBleps laggingsteps
steps stepsTho BlepsTho stepsThe
Tho establishment of the Four Hundred HundredIn
in importance and fame is described doecr lbed b bMr by byMr byMr
Mr Ford as follows MI I seated myself ii iimy In Inmy Inmy
my easy chair and permitted my memor memorto memory memoryto
to carry me back to the day when that thagreatest thatgreatest thatgreatest
greatest of It yellow journalist the third o othe ot otthe ofthe
the great Park row dynasty of Bla Bluhf1eld Bluhf1eldTJIUarked fllaehfloIdpnarked hfleld hfleldmarked
TJIUarked marked to jne nil in careless cerel confidence ai airt6 IUI IUIb a alie
lie b lit a gold tipped cigarette I suppose suppowjtou supposetou e eou
jtou ou know that It waa to my father mean meanfi moantig
fi tig 8 Simon th the second owner of the Planet Planetthat Planetthilt PlaneSthxtt
that we owe that t at most valuable of Park row roiinstitutions rowInstitutions rowinstltutionR
institutions the Four Hundred Most peo poopie people peopie
pie believe the honor belongs to Mr Ward WanMcAister WardMcAll WardMcA1lster
McAister McAll ter the leader of the rather bizarre blzarrsociety bizarreMclety bizarreiocIety
society of his generation but he only le lefall let letfall letfall
fall a chance remark while my father see seeing lleeIng seeing
ing at once the commercial value that la labehind lay laybehind laybehind
behind his words did not rest until untlltho the Idea Idehad Ideahad idea ideahad
had taken permanent and practical shape shapeHe shapeHe shapelie
He had been educated abroad and hoi hoialways hadalways bad badalways
always felt that a generally recognize recognizearistocracy rpcognlzfdRrl recognizedaristocracy
aristocracy Rrl tocracy was waS wa one One na of the greatest t needs needof needsot
of the newspaper business I remember remembealso rememberal rememberalso
al also that about this time the growing im importance Importance leaparlance
portance of wood woodmlp pulp had taken a strong stronfhold stronghold
1 hold on his hl mind mindso so that the moment hi hieye hiBpye hiaeye
eye fell upon the theMcAlIster McAU > ter Interview hi hirope ho horOBe herne
rope excitedly from his chair and almost almosshouted almosthouted alinoetshouted
shouted Wood pulp and the Four Hud Huddredl Buddredl HudIredi
dredl dredlThere dredlThlre IrediThere
There Is a thread of story in the book bookbut bookhut hookhut
hut it U mostly I observations ob obs l1vatlons rvations and anecdote anecdoteof
of the charter of otthe the foregoing foregoingThe
The Damsel and the Sage SageIn 8qeInThe sagelit
In InThe The Damsel and an n tho Sage by Ellno Ellnoilyn Elinor1In Eltnorilyn
ilyn Harper ci < t Brothers we have the jo joof joy joyIf joyof
of If a fortunate love story added to anecdote anecdoteof
of wisdom amusingly told The sage wa wapuzzled was WIUIpuzzlPd waspuzzled
puzzled doubtless by some of the quos quoslions questioll quoslions
lions that the danisel damsel propounded pr poundoo to him himand himand himand
and it Is hardly wonderful that ho should shoulihave shouldhae shouldhave
have lost his hlstcmper temper at times and slammed slammcithe slammedIhe
the door of his cave in her face I wan wanto want wantto
to know she said to him once why i iwoman a awoman awoman
woman who has diamonds and pearls pearland pearlsIInrl pearlsand
and emeralds and rubies rublellln in her twssessloi twssessloishould fIOllsesslonhoulrl ossesslon ossesslon4houId
should set < Ot ntore upon a topaz topaza a yellow yeJUntopaz ye yellowtopazthe low lowtopaztho
topaz topaztho tho colorshe color she dislikes dl8l1kelland and a topaz topaof topazof topazof
of uneven temper and peculiar properties propertiesShu
She ho never wears th tha a stone that It does noi noibruiso not nothruise notbruise
bruise her now her necknow neck neckt now her arm armAnd amiAn1 armAnd
And so on disclosing many reasons wh whhe why whylIbe Whyshe
he should rat no store by tho topaz am amyet and andyelllffirming andyet
yet yelllffirming affirming that she did set great store b bIt by byIt byIt
It and asking a kln wljat ljatlt it all meant meantTo meantTo meantTo
To which hlch the sage replied that the woman womaiwns womanwa womanWas
Was wa a fool since what was the th value of i itopaz a atapa atopaz
tapa topaz In comparison with a diamond or i iruby a aIU aruixy
ruby IU h But the topaz which among It ItHoliday Its ItaHoliday Itsiiday
iiday iidayGifts Holiday HolidayGifts HolidayGifLS
Gifts GiftsA
A most mosi acceptable Gift at atthis atthis atthis
this season will be found foundin
in our large e variety of ofGuitars ofGuitars ofGuitars
Guitars GuitarsBanjos GuitarsBanjos GuitarsBanjos
BanjosMandolins BanjosMandolins Banjos BanjosMandolins
Mandolins MandolinsZithers MandolinsZithers MandolinsZIthers
Zithers ZithersViolins ZithersViolins ZIthersViolins
Violins ViolinsEvery
Every fMtrjnMnt t thats that tb Musical MuttcalPRICES MudcalPIUCU MusicalPLICKS
PRICES TO TOSUIT SUIT ALL PURSES PURSESCHAS MUSCHASH PURUSCHASH
CHAS CHASH H DITSON IT N CO COM
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other oiaigreeah Wer disagreeable ntenlfMtatlotui wa wafoivwr WB WBforver
foivwr trying 1ng to goUUwlf UwtM I tae a greater greaterfool graterfooL ater aterfool
fool since it would wouidbe be bemoro more agreeableBurel agreeable agreeablesurely agreeablesurely
Burel surely to lift II clows lOl to the womans womaneoftieck womaneoftieckthad man80rtQ soft jjeck jjeckthan k kthari i
than to ba picked up by any Btranfrer tran or br Go Goneglected tieneglected beneglected
neglected in theduit But Butabovaa1l above all the thestory thesto thestot7
story sto y meant that cherries are ripest when whenout whenout whenout
out of rtach and that the world la I full of offools ofroo18 oftoois
fools who do not know when they are well welloff welloff
off offThU
This was one of the oocanlon when the theRage theMge thesage
Rage went off and slammed his door It ItU ItIs ItIs
Is plain that he was not satisfied IItl fied with his hisown b18own hisown
own knowledge In the case The damsel damaeldid darneeldid damseldid
did not hesltau to have an opinion or her herown herown liceown
own a1 I do not care what hat you say said saidshe saidIIhe saidshe
she MIt It Is better to have what one wants wantsone wantsone wantsone
one oelf than to try and learn to like IIkoany IIkoanything any anything anything ¬
thing else e that other people think better betterWhereupon betterWhereupon betterWhereupon
Whereupon she retastened with great care carea
a bracelet that contained two cotaeyea cotaeyeaof
of no value and went on her way But Butshe Butshe Butshe
she came back frequently and when she shehad shehad shehad
had puzzled the gage ag as much as she desired desiredshe delilredshe desiredshe
she called him out of his cave and married marriedhim marrlPdhim marriedhim
him So he was happy and we 0 think the thereader thenader thereader
reader too will wlllbo be well satisfied satisfiedMuahroomi BIIotlsftedUuallroolus satisfiedMushroom
Mushroom MuahroomiEpicures MushroomEpIcures UuallroolusEplcure8
Epicures as well as botanists will take an aninterest anInterest anInterest
interest in Prof George Francis Atkinsons AtkinsonsMushrooms AtkinsonsMushrooms AtkInsonsMushroom
Mushrooms Edible Poisonous Poisonouspublished Ac Acpublished 0 0published
published in a second edition by Henry HenryIlolt HenryHolt HenryUolb
Holt A a Co To the full description of mush mushrooms mushrooms mushrooms ¬
rooms carefully distinguished as edible and andnot andnot andnot
not edible of the first edition with Mrs KirsRorers MrsRorers MrsBorers
Rorers recipes for cooking such as can be beeaten beeatcn beeaten
eaten are added chapters on the Uses of ofMushrooms otMusllroolU8 ofMushrooms
Mushrooms which will be found to be becuriously becuriously becuriously
curiously numerous and varied and on the theCultivation theCultivation theCultivation
Cultivation of Mushrooms which will be befound beround befound
found to be as enticing and perhaps as asillusive IIBillusive asillusive
illusive aa the rearing of chickens Ten Tenmore Tenmore Tonmord
more more plates have been added to the many manyillustrations manylIIultrBtlons manyIllustrations
illustrations plain and colored coloredA
A Southern Presbyterian PreibyterlanThe Preb1erlanThe
The fact that biographies bloRra hles of Southern Southernmen Southernmen Southernmei
men men are rather uncommon adda to tho value valueof valueof valueof
of The Life and Letters of Robert Lewis LewisDabney LewiDabney LewIsDabney
Dabney by byThomaa Thomas Cary Johnson The ThePresbyterian T TiePresbyterian o oPresbyterian
Presbyterian Committee of Publication PublicationRichmond Publlcatlonlchmond PublIcationfllchmond
Richmond Va Dr Dabney was a man manof manor manof
of middle age a professor at Hampden HampdenBldney HampdenSidney HampdenMney
Sidney and prominent in the Presbyterian PresbyterianPUBLICATIONS PresbyterianPUBLJCATIONIi PresbyterianPUHIACATIONa
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Church when in t war wa rt broke1out broko broke out outeeYed He Heeerred ie
eerred aa a chaplain chaptatnand and 0s n8Stonewall Stonewall StonewallJacksons StonewallJackaon
Jacksons AdJutatitClonerttt AdJuti tJoncmkln In the he Con Confederate Confederate ¬
federate Army HB Jt fought fOI18 trop for the tli heflever sever severano severno
ano nee no of the Southern Presbyterian Church Churchduring Churchduring Churchduring
during the war and andatter after The last quarter quartercentury qU quartereentury rtor rtorcentury
century of his hl811to life ho spent at the University Universityof
of Texas A man of old oldtamlly family of dill distinction dillUnction dietinetlon ¬
Unction In his community and In his church churchhlH churchhili churchbill
bill life necessarily Involves the history historyof
of the South during fifty eventful years yearsHis yearsHis yearsHis
His biographer has done his work with withgreat withgreat wIthgroat
great sympathy and care Dr Dabneys Dabneysportraits DabneY1Iportraltll Dabneysportraits
portraits show character and combative combativeWliltaker combativelIeBS
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Wliltaker for 10O4 10O4What 100What 1901What
What people did before the first Whitaker Whltakerappoorod Whitakerappeared Whitakerappeared
The Theworld Theworld Tileworld
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world has been more ejaot c ao in its state statements IItatementa statements
ments of fact and more comfortable in inknowing inknowing Inknowing
knowing where to turn for them ever since sinceWhltakers slnOPWhitakers sinceWhitakers
Whitakers Almanack for 1904 100 U I up to tothe tothe tothe
the high standard of its it thirtyfive pre predqoessore predtooB80fB piedcessors
dqoessore and still keeps far ahead of its itscompetitors Itsoompetltof8 Itscompetitors
competitors There are improvements as asusual a au6ual asusual
usual but all tho old features remain in intact Intact Intact ¬
tact The tariff discussion In England has hasled ha haled hasled
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