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ESSAYS IN COMMON TIME TIMEBy
I By T TWIIIJeRocklndhlJm TWIIIJeRocklndhlJmCLOTlllS Willie Rockinghm RockinghamCLOTHES RockinghmCLOTHES
CLOTHES
Clothes arc pieces of cloth CotbHoput HO put to together together togethor ¬
gether that they thoycreltblan create an impression impressionvarying impressionvuryinginv impressionvarying
varying vuryinginv inversely rsoy us the size of the theclothed thoclothed theclothed
clothed In other words largo male per persons ImrBon8 here hereSons ¬
Sons sons wear vcar striped effects cffectato to make thorn thornappear tJlOmappear themappear
appear thin and abbreviated individuals individualswear
wear solid colors in a vain endeavor to toseem to8cem toseem
seem large largeClothes
Clothes make the man nlan This is
true truellaey They make him sad and cynical
if they arc not paid paidforlull for and otherwise
if ho has hastlao the receipt receiptOlothes Clothes are gen generally genornHy genorally ¬
orally made by tailors Sometimes the theaelld
head of the family is forced to wear a asuit aBuit asuit
suit manufactured by his loving spousethis spouse spouseThis spousehiacures
This hiacures cures a man of talking economy at athome uthome atEl
home homePeople homePeol homePeople
El People Peol > lo at the th North Polo and other othersummer othersummor othersummer
summer resorts reHortsof of like JiI < oJlature nature wear wearsucks weatsuckH wearsucks
sucks Folks I at the Equator dont wear wearsucks wearsucka tvcarsacks
sucks Tho latter state of affairs is issad isHIUI issad
sad because it shows n l very low order orderof ordorof
of economic econ mio achievement There Tborois TboroisI is isthat isthat
that fine long Equator laying out there therethat theretlmt therethat I
that needs only two poles to convert it itinto itinto itinto
into a 1 clothesline clotheslineantI and no uso for it ii
Oh it is sad sadSome sadSomopcope sadSome
Some Somopcope people wear clothes clothosbecausoit because it is isthe istho isthe
the thing to do Others for protection protectionStill
Still others wear them because it affords affordsa
a convenient convonhmtmmms means of carrying tobacco tobaccoAdam tobaccoAdam tobaccoAlam
Adam and Eve Evobegan began the custom of ofwearing ofwCluingclothcs ofwearing
wearing wCluingclothcs clothes many years ago Like Likeall I Likeall e eallgr9at
all allgr9at great institutions clothing had a avery avorY8mall avery
very vorY8mall small beginning but now they nave navereached nnverenched navereached
reached such perfection that we are con canI
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Ii MOBS JllonsBeau ans Beaucaire BeaucaireContinued eaucaireContinued aire aireContinued
Continued from Seventh Scv uth Page PagoHenri l PageIIcnria > ago agoHend
IIcnria Henri he turned to the young youngeauJoli
Beaujolais II I wish you y u had shared my mymasllttuI myiiasquel
masque masllttuI I have been so BOglty gay I U The stir aurfllco ¬
face of o his tone was merry but there therewas therowus therewas
was an undercurrent wearysad to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak of what was wnsth the mood not thentannor the themanner thomannor
manner He made the effect of address ¬
ing every 4JvJryone one present rClmllt but he looked lookedsteadily lookedHtcltdily lookedsteadily
steadily at Ludy IJndyMI Mary ry Her eyes were werefixed were werefixed woroflxcd
fixed upon him with a silent and frightened fright frightened friglatened ¬
ened fascination flls ination and andshotrembled she trembled more moreand morennd moreand
and more morn I am a a 1 great actor Henri Henrithese
These gentlemen are nroyot yet scarce convince
I am IUI1JOt not a lackey I lAnd And I inns tell t llyou you
that I was jus now to bo expelled for
having been a barberOh barber barberOh I IHOh
HOh Oh no nor the rtmbassador cried out outHo outHo outIto
Ho would not be content with me he hewould hewould howould
would wander over a strange country
Ha ha my Mirepoix And what
is bettor one evening I am aillobUge oblige to tofight
fight some friens frionsof of M do Wintorsot Wint rset
there thercrtudsomeladies and some ladies and cavaliers look lookon
on and they still think mo a servant
Oh I am a greatactorl great actor I Tis true there
is not a peasant in Franco who would wouldnot wQuldnot wouldnot
not have I tvothen then known one born but
they thoynro are wonderful this English people peopleholding pcoplehoMing peopleholding
holding by an idea once it is in their
heads hmulsn a mos worthy quality But my
good Molynoux hero herehe ho had speak to mo mowith mowith ntowith
with courtesy jus because I am a man manan Ulannu manan
an jus because ho is al alwn always ways H kind kindI
I have learn that his greatgrandfatherwas greatgrandfather
II was a Frenchman So I semi to himand him himand himntu
and ntu tell him evrvthing evry thing and ho gain gainadmittance gainndmittanco gainadmittance
admittance for me here tonight to niglit to await awaitmy nwllitmy awaitmy
my friens friensI f rien s sI
flI I was speaking to messieurs about aboutmy nboutmy aboutmy
my cousin who will meddle in the afc af affair aCfnir ¬
c fair of his relative Well that gen gentleman gentlenum gentlenian ¬
I tleman he mako a marriage for mo with witha
a rtgoo good < 1 and accomplish accomplishhulv lady very nobloand noblo nobleand nobloand
and very beautiful bcnutifnlantl ami amiable The Theyoung lhei
i 1 1 young count at his elbow started slightly slightlyat
ntthis at this but immediately appeared appeareelto appeareeltoi to towrap towrap
i wrap himself in a mantle of solemn solemnthought Bolemnthought solemnthought
thought Unfortunately when my mycousin mycousin mycousin
cousin arrange so I was a dolt a little littleblockhead littloblockhond littleblockhead
blockhead I swear to marry for my myself m msoU myand ¬
self and when I please or oruover never if I Ilike Ilike Idike
like The lady is all things charming charmingand
and gentle genUeand and in truth she is isvery isverymuch very verymuch
V f much attach to me JUewlay why should I not notsay notsay notay
say ay it 1 I am soproud 80 proud of it She is isvery iKr iss1
s1 r very faithful and forgiving fr iing and 1111 sweet sweetshe sweett woetshe
t she would bo tho sumo I think if I Iwere It 1wero
t were even evena a lackey But 1 11 I was a adolt ndoltaUttie adolt
dolt doltaUttie a little unscnsiblo brute I did not notvalue notvalue notvalue
value such thing then I was too tooyong too1 too1yong tootong
> yong las Juno So I say to my cousin cousinv
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scantly overheated in Hummer and in inwinter inwin inwinter
winter win tel we have aave pneumonia bubonic bubonicplague bubonicplaguo bubonicplague
plague and other ailments because we woarc weIuoinsufficiently weare
arc insufficiently cladSome clad cladSome cladSomo
Some men have but one suit of clothes clothesWhen clothesVhenthe clotheslVhcn
When Vhenthe the representative of the pressing pressingclub
club cl ub comes conies around they have to stay in inbed inbed inbed
bed There is but ono condition less de desirable deiirnblu dosirable ¬
sirable than this and that is to hove no nosuit nofmit nosuit
suit suitSuits
Suits like all Gaul are are divided into intothree intothreo intothree
three parts partspants pants coat and vest Pants Pantsare
are the most mOltimportant important You can be boBeen beROOIl beKoch
Been in public without u coat or a vestbut vest vestbut vesthut
but without pants pnntsnoycr nnver Sometimes Sometimespants Sometimespnntsaro Sometimespants
pants pnntsaro are called trousers Like every ¬
thing else it is a matter of money
Trousers lrouH lS cost from 10 up pants from
10 down Boys and devotees of the theScotch theSfotch theSc
Scotch Sc otcli national game gameweluknee wear knee pants pantsIn
In r 11 tho latter case it is simply an en endeavor endllwor enmayor ¬
mayor to become boyish boyishand and is highly
unsuccessful unsuccessfulSome umiUcccssfutSome
Some Indies would like to wear pants pantsand pantsand pantsand
and vote The kind that have such as aspirations aapiratioils aspirationa ¬
pirations could do neither with any do dogreo dogreo dogree
greo of ofauccess ofauccessVolumes success successVolumes successVolumes
Volumes could bo written about vests vestsbut vestsbut vestsbut
but the demand for such literature is so soslight aoalight soslight
slight that the proceeds therefrom would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not clothe an ant antand and you know how howlittle
little it takes to clothe an ant I wish
1 were an antThere ant antThere anthere
There are aromany many other kinds of clothes clothesbcBides clothesbesides clothesbesides
besides tho varieties mentioned but 1 1wont 1wont 1wont
wont go into detail
No I make my own choosing I Littlefool Little Littlefool Litt o ofool
fool he answer she is the one for you youAm y ypuAm m mAm
Am I Inotwiaor not wiser than you 1 And he was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very angry and as he has ans influence in inFrance inl inFrance
France l rnnce word come that tlanthe ho will got me meput meput meput
put in Vincennes so I nuts run away awayquick uw awayquick y yquick
quick till his anger is gone My good goodfrien goodfritm goodfrien
frien Mirepoix is jus leaving for Lon London J London on ondon ¬
don ho take many risk riskfor for my sake sakehis sakehis sakehis
his hairdresser die before beforeho ho start so aoI
1 travel as that poor barber But my mycousin my0011111n mycousin
cousin is a man to be afraid of when heis he heis hois
is angry even ovoninEnglnnd in England and I mus musnot musnot musnot
not got rot my Mirepoix in trouble I mus musnot musnot musnot
not be discover dilicovertill till my cousin is ready
to laugh about it all aUaml and make it a joke jokeAnd jokeAnd jokeAnd
And there may be spies so I change my myname mynnme myname
name again and come to Bath to amuse amusemy amusemy amusemy
my retreat r < with a little gaming amingI I am amal amnlwnys amalways
al always ways fond of that But three day dltyngo dayago
ago M le Marquis send me a courier to tosay tosay tosay
say that my brother who know whore whoreI
I had run away is come from Franco Francoto
to say that my cousin is appease aPI > eaao ho honeed heneed honeed
need me for his little littlothcawr theater the play
cannot go on I do not need to espouse espousemademoiselle espousemademoiselle spousemademoiseUe
mademoiselle All shall sha be forgiven if ifI ifI
I return and my brother and M do doMiropoix doMiropoix
Miropoix will meet me in Bath to felici ¬
tate tateClrhero
There is one more thing to say that thatis thati8nl1
is i8nl1 all I have said that I learn a secret secretand 8ecretand secretand
and use it to make a man introduce mo moif moif meif
if I will not tell Ho has absolve me meof moof meof
of that promise My Iy friens I had not notthe nottho notthe
the wish to ruin that man I was not notreceive notrecoivu notreceive
receive Meestaire Nush had roboflf roboflfme
me I IJmc1 had no other way excel to use usothis U80this usethis
this fellow So I say fake me to Lady
Malbournes ball as Chateaurien I Ithrow IthlOW Ithrow
throw off my wig and shave and behol beholt
t am M lo Due do Castle Nowhere Ha Haha lIltIml Hahit
ha You see seeThe 8ee1 8ee1rhe seeTime
The young mans manner suddenly suddenlychanged suddenlyohnngml sudulenlychanged
changed Ho became haughty menac menacing menncing ntenaelug ¬
ing He stretched out his arm and andpointed nndpointed andpointed
pointed at Wintersot Now I am no noBeaucaire nojBcaucniro noBeaucaire
Beaucaire messieurs I am a French Frenchgentleman I Frenchgentleman reu reugentleman
gentleman The man who introduce mo moat Ino Inoat inoat
at the price of his honor and then be betray betray betray ¬
tray mo to redeem it is that coward cowardthat cowardtlmt cowardthat
that cardcheat eard eheat there thereWinterset therolVillterset thereWinterset
Winterset made a horrible effort to tolaugh tolaugh tolaugh
laugh The gentlemen who surrounded surroundedhim
him fell away as from pestilence A AFrench AFrench AFrench
French gentleman I he sneered savagely savagelyand
and yet fearfully t dont < know who whoyou whoyou whoyou
you are arc Hide behind na many toys and andribbons andlihbons andribbons
ribbons as you like Ill know the name nameof nameof I
of the man who dares bring such a acharge acharge I Iclmrgol
charge chargeSir j
Sir cried do Mirepoix sharply advancing ad advancing adancingn ¬
vancing ancingn a step towards him but ho
cked himself 1lim8 fat at once Ho made a low lowbow
bow vof of state first to the young French
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man mantben then to Lady Mary and the com company companY company ¬
pany Permit me Lady I ady Mary and andgentlemen Bndbrontlemen andgentlemen
gentlemen he said to assume the thehonof tilehonot thehonoi
honof of presenting you to His Highness HighnessPrince IIiglmeBsPrince HighnessPrince
Prince LouisPhilippe Loui8 Phihppo do Valois Duke Dukeof
of Orleans Duke of Chartres Duke of ofNemours ofNemoura ofNemours
Nemours Duke of Montpensier FirstPrince FirstPrince First FirstPrince
Prince of the Blood Royal First Peer Peerof Peerof Peerof
of France LieutenantGeneral of French FrenchInfantry FrenchIifgntry renclaIilf
Infantry Iilf ntry Governor of Dauphine DauphineKnight DauphineJ DauphinKnight
Knight J ight of the Golden Fleece Grand Master Mas Master Mastcr ¬
ter ot the Order of Notre Dame of ofVfoitnt ofMolut ofMont
Mont Carmel Carmeland and of St Lazarus LltZl rus in inJerusalem inJerusalem inJerusalem
Jerusalem and cousin to His most moatChristian mostChrJ8tinn mostChristian
Christian Majesty Louis J uis the Fifteenth FifteenthKing l FifteenthKing iftccnthK
King K nK of France Irance1hoso Francethose
those 1hoso are a few of my brothers brothersnames hrothersnaUe8 brothersnaiges
names whispered Henri of Beaujolais Beaujolaisto
to Molyneux Old Mirepoix has the thelong thelong I
long breath but it take a strong man mantwo mantwo I
two day to say all of them I can sup suppose 8U Bullpose p pposo ¬
pose this Winterset know now whotiring who whobrjbg whorlbg
tiring the charge chargeCastlo harge hargeCastle I ICnRtle
Castle Nowhere I gasped Beau Nash Nashfalling NashfqUing Nashfulling
falling back upon the burly prop of Mr MrBantisons MrBantisons MrBantisons
Bantisons shoulder shoulderThe shoulder1he shoulderThe
The Duke of Orleans will receive a amessage nme8saRc amessage
message from me within the hour hoursaid hoursaid hoursaid
said Winterset as he henmdc made his way to totho iothQ totho
tho door His face was black with rnge rngeand rngeand rageand
and shame shameI
y I tol you that I would not soil my
hand with you answered the young youngman youngPlan youngCusp
man Cusp If you send a message no gentle gentleman gentleman ¬
man m man in will bring it Whoever shall bear bearit bcari bearit
it i will receive a little beating from fromFrancois froml fromFrancois
Francois FrancoisHe l rnncoisHe
He stepped to Lady Marys side Her Herhead lIerhend
head was bent low her face averted She Sheseemed SheBeemed Sheseemed
seemed to breathe with difficulty and andleaned andleaned andleaned
leaned heavily upon a chair Monseig Monscigneur
neur she faltered in a half whisper whispercan
can you yonforgive forgive me y It is a bitter bittermistake bittermistakeI hittermistakeI
mistakeI I have made Forgive ForgiveForgive JtorgiveForgive ForgiveForgive
Forgive 1 he answered and his voice voicewas voicewas voicewas
was as broken as hers but he went on onmore onmore onmore
more firmly It is isnothingles8 isnothingles8than nothing less lessthan
than nothing There is isonly only jus one onein onein onein
in the thewhole whole worl who would not have havetreat havetreat havetreat
treat me the way that you treat me meIt mert me1t
It is to her that I am goin to make rep reparation repIrltion reparation ¬
aration You know something Henri
r am not goin back only because timeking the theIdng
Idng forgive me I am goin 16 t please pleasehim pleusehim pleasehim
him I am goin to espouse mademoi mademoiselle mademoiCelle ¬
selle our cousin My friens I ask askyour askyour askyour
your felicitations felicitationsAnd
And the king does not compel him himexclaimed himlexclaimed himexclaimed
exclaimed young Henri HenriHenri i iHenri 1 1Henri
Henri you want to fight me tIt cried criedliis criedIlis crieditis
liis brother sharply Don you think thinktho thinkthe i iLhe
the King of France is a wiser man thanme than thanme tbanlIe
me meHe He offered his hand to Lady Mary MnryMademoiselle MuryMade MaryMademoiselle
Mademoiselle Made hoiseUe is fatigue Will she shelionor BheIionor shehonor
honor me meHe me meHe f I IHe
He walked with her to the door her herliand Iterhand herhand
hand fluttering faintly in his From Fromsomewhere Fro FroiOmewherc Fromomewhere
somewhere about the garments of one pf pfthem pfLhem pfthem
them a little cloud of faded roseleaves roseleavesfell
fell and nmllay lay strewn on the floor behind behindthem hclaimlLhem behindthem
them He opened the door and tho thelights tholights tholights
lights shone on a multitude of eager eagerfaces eagorrnces eagerfaces
faces turned toward it There was a ajreat nrent atreat
treat rent hum tuna of voices and over all the thofiddles thefiddles theftdlles
fiddles wove a wandering air a sweet sweetFrench sweetFrench sweetfrench
French song of the voyageur voyageurHo
Ho bowed very low as with fixed and andglistening nndg1istcning andglistening
glistening eyes Lady Mary Carlisle tho thoBeauty thoBeauty theBeauty
Beauty of Bath passed slowly by him himand himt Y Yand
and t nd went out of the th room roomTHE roomTHE 1 1THE
THE END 1
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The few factories in St Petersburg Petersburgworking Petersburgworking Petersburgworking
working by aid of scabs are now pro protected protected protected ¬
tected by female outposts The factory factoryowners factoryowners factoryowners
owners it seems hired the scabs wives wivesas
as well and armed them to protect their theirhusbands tJleirhUBbands theirhusbands
husbands and the factory property They Theyoarry TheyJarry Theycarry
carry revolvers and swords and have au authority authority autltority ¬
thority from the police to use them themagainst themagainst themFugainst
against all a interfering with the work workAs workAs
As a consequence the Russian walking walkingdelegates walkingdelegntea walkingdelegates
delegates and strikers have a very unhappy un unhappy unhappy ¬
happy time for the women indulge inno in inno inno
no parley and shoot and stab at anybody anybodywhom anybodywhom anybodywhom
whom they suspect of interfering with withtheir withtheir withtlieirbread
tlieirbread their bread and butter Count Witto in informed informell infor ¬
formed for tcd the police of other cities of tho thoinnovation theinnOV thoinnovation
innovation innOV tion and an Amazon army to pro protect poteet piotect
tect scabs is is forming in many parts of ofRussia ofRussia ofRussia
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