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MRS. ORMEROD

Aleck on his way back from the station had run into Simon and had half killed the boy. It seems that he had been standing by the roadside, a hundred yards from the house, waiting for the car, when, hearing Mrs. Ormerod's whistle, he darted across the road and the mudguard caught him in the back. They think that it is quite likely he will live, but it will be months before he can be moved. `How fortunate,' wrote Mrs. Wilson,, `that the Inchpens are both doctors. Poor Simon has given Mary a new object in life. She lives for the day when he will, be well enough to go with his mother to the sea. But he is horribly frail, and though I've never breathed it to Mary, I fear he will never leave the house. The strange Mrs. Ormerod bears up wonderfully.'
Cheer up, Agatha. You have never had to deal with a woman like that. She can't really touch the Inchpens; they are too good. But ordinary mortals like you and me? Ugh! I shall dream of Mrs. Ormerod to-night.

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