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"That, too, was creditable."
"May I ask why you have investi
gated this matter?" demanded
Haynes. "Have I ever wronged
. "I have investigated it," returned
the banker, "because! came to the
conclusion that you might have been
mistaken. Who told you you had
blundered? My dear fellow, it was
not true; it was a joke, a ghastly
medical joke such as the doctors at
hospitals play upon young surgeons.
They tried to find you, but they fail
ed. And you had hidden your tracks
Haynes stared at him as if he
could not understand. The banker
went to the door and called his
"Hereis your patient," he said, as
the man came in. "Perhaps you re
cognize each other now?"
And he went softly out, drawing
the chauffeur after him. He entered
his library, but he knew that Haynes
and Gladys were together, and that
the wrong and shame had been for
gotten in theirhappiness.
Why are you BACKWARD about
getting TO IT whilst the getting is
Standing by and doing an imita
tion of a SHRINKING VIOLET will
never get you anything, Rollo.
You must grab quickly, skillfully
and so your neighbors will not GET
HEP to you.
GRAB all you can, all the time.
If you don't grab YOUR'N youH
Keep that in your mind always
TO ENTERTAIN 20,000 WOMEN
After six months of hard work,
Mrs. Wm. Grant Brown and Mrs. Ed
ward Balbach, announce arrange
ments complete for entertainment
of 20,000 women who will attend the
biennial meeting of the Federation,
of Women's clubs in New York, be
ginning May 22. Mrs. Brown is the
chairman and- Mrs. Balbach is the
director of the biennial board.
Mrs. Wm: Grant Brown.
- - - Mrs. -Edward Balbach