He had thought Miss Maggie was so kind-hearted! She gave to some fairs—why not to this one? As soon as possible Mr. Smith hunted up the eager-eyed young woman and gave her ten dollars. He would have given her more, but he had learned from unpleasant experience that large gifts from unpretentious Mr. John Smith brought comments and curiosity not always agreeable.
It was not until many weeks later that Mr. Smith chanced to hear of the complete change of policy of Daly's department store. Hours were shortened, labor lightened, and wages raised. Incidentally he learned that it had all started from a crusade of women's clubs and church committees who had "got after old Daly" and threatened all sorts of publicity and unpleasantness if the wrongs were not righted at once. He learned also that the leader in the forefront of this movement had been—Maggie Duff.
As it chanced, it was on that same day that a strange man accosted him on the street.
"Say, she was all right, she was, old man. I been hopin' I'd see ye some day ter tell ye."
"To tell me?" echoed Mr. Smith stupidly.
The man grinned.
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"Oh! OH! Are YOU that man?"
Tips, opportunities to make money：apps that make you money"Sure I am! Well, she was all right. 'Member? I thought 'twas only chin-music she was givin' me. But let me tell ye. She hunted up the wife an' kids, an' what's more, she went an' faced my boss, an' she got me my job back, too. What do ye think of that, now?"
Tips, opportunities to make money：gta 5 money cheat"Why, I'm—I'm glad, of course!" Mr. Smith spoke as one in deep thought.
And all the way home Mr. Smith walked—as one in deep thought.
June brought all the young people home again. It brought, also, a great deal of talk concerning plans for vacation. Bessie—Elizabeth—said they must all go away.
From James Blaisdell this brought a sudden and vigorous remonstrance.
"Nonsense, you've just got home!" he exclaimed. "Hillerton'll be a vacation to you all right. Besides, I want my family together again. I haven't seen a thing of my children for six months."
Elizabeth gave a silvery laugh. (Elizabeth had learned to give very silvery laughs.) She shrugged her shoulders daintily and looked at her rings.