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Saint's Progress

He squeezed her hand, and said: `I also want to tell him.'
`Dad will say the motive for life is gone.'
`I say it leaps out all the more, Gracie. What a mess we make of it-we angel-apes 1 When shall we be men, I wonder? You and I, Gracie, will fight for a decent life for everybody. No hands-upping about thatl Bend downl It's good to touch you again; everything's good. I'm going to have a sleep. . . .'

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After the relief of the doctor's report in the early morning 1'ierson had gone through a hard struggle. What should he wire to Noel? He longed to get her back home, away from temptation to the burning indiscretion of this marriage. But ought he to suppress reference to George's progress? Would that be honest? At last he sent this telegram: `George out of danger but very weak. Come up.'
By the afternoon post, however, he received a letter from Thirza:
`I have had two long talks with Noel and CyriL It is impossible to budge them. And I really think, dear Edward, that it will be a mistake to oppose it rigidly. He may not go out as soon as we think. How would it be to consent to their having banns published?-that would mean another three weeks anyway, and in absence from each other they might be influenced to put it off. I'm afraid this is the only chance, for if you simply forbid it, I feel they will run off and get married somewhere at a registrar's.'
Pierson took this letter out with him into the Square Garden, for painful cogitation. No man can hold a position of spiritual authority for long years without developing the habit of judgement. He judged Noel's conduct to be headlong and undisciplined, and the vein of stubbornness in his character fortified the father and the priest within him. Thirza disappointed him; she did not seem to see the irretrievable gravity of this hasty marriage. She

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