' REAL lJuALITIES OF WORTH. Loyalty, CHarlty and Generosity Most to Be Praised. As a man grows older ho perceives that the moral dualities nro worth a good deal moro ln friendship than tho Intellectual qualities, and that no brilliancy of mind, no charm of conversation con-versation can mako up for lack of loyalty, loy-alty, charity and generosity In social Intercourse. Young men of brains aro disposed to valuo mainly montal power In other peor-le, and It is a human quality to forgive much In men and women of genius. This is a falso appreciation of tho respective values of mentality and tho moral qualities. Tho tlmo comes when a man learns that unselfishness and affection aro better In wlfo or friend than Intellectual power accompanied by Intenso self-love. Fortunato tho man who does not como to this knowlcdgo too late. San Francisco nniiQtln.