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for Noel to come and get trained here? She wants to begin at once. The fact is, a boy she is attracted to has just gone out to the Front.'
`Ah !' murmured Leila, and her eyes looked very soft. `Poor child! We shall be wanting an extra hand next week. I'll see if she could come now. I'll speak to our Matron, and let you know to-night.' She squeezed his hand hard.
`Dear Edward, I'm so glad to see you again. You're the first of our family I've seen for sixteen years. I wonder if you'd bring Noel to have supper at my flat to-night-just nothing to eat, you know! It's a tiny place. There's a Captain Fort coming; a nice man.'
Pierson accepted, and as he walked away he thought: `Dear Leila! I believe it was Providence. She wants sympathy. She wants to feel the past is the past. How good women are!'
And the sun, blazing suddenly out of a cloud, shone on his black figure and the little gold cross, in the middle of Portland Place.

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