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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

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In a sense they really were his consulting-rooms, for in them he consulted freely his dictionaries and encyclopaedias. A successful newspaper proprietor can always pension off a father-in-law without hurt to his feelings or harm to the public. For many years the column in Ormsby'.r Home Elevator entitled `The Wonderful World We Live In' was written by a John Fondeveril who (as a Public Man) preferred to use the nom-de-guerre of `James Fountain B. A.' The subject exactly suited his oratio recta style, for in these weekly articles he could take his reader by the hand and introduce him personally to the subject. `Now supposing I were a Bank Manager, and you came to me and said "Ah, good morning, Mr. Fountain, I want to raise Ten Thousand Pounds". Well, I should say, "Very good, Mr. Smithers, but what Security can you offer me?"' - and so on, in `This Week's Talk on Banking'. The B. A. at the end of his adopted name was put in by the editor, who thought it would inspire confidence. Mr. Fondeveril, a little shocked when he first saw it, confided to his son-in-law his doubts as to the propriety of it, seeing that he was not `strictly speaking' a Bachelor of Arts; to which replied Ormsby genially, cigar in mouth and a bottle inside him, `But I expect you were a Bloodyrotten Accountant, old boy.' So the matter was left over, and it was not long before Mr. Fondeveril was talking, with regret for the time wasted there, of his College days.
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