Virginia Jameson, a girl of lovely disposition, is wooed by a man much older than herself whom she very much dislikes, but who stands very high in the favor of her parents. She might have married another man had not fate decreed otherwise. She meets and accidentally escapes the man she could have loved and would have married; she stooped to tie her shoe-strings, diverting her attention from him. Had their eyes met, both their lives would have been different. Leroy Farley, the man favored by her parents, prevails and she marries him. Her life is unhappy, notwithstanding his great riches and social prominence. One day, out for a stroll, she meets some little children, her heart goes out to them as she thinks of the comfort they might be to her were they her own. As she stoops to kiss one of them, Harry Weston, the man whom she could have loved and would have loved her with all his heart, happens by, gazing with admiration on her and the scene before him. As a married woman, she ...
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