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This is the fourth story of "What Happened to Mary." When Mary walked into the office of Raynor and Jones she what might be termed a magnetic disturbance. Raynor needed a stenographer very badly and welcomed Mary, while Wilson, Raynor's trusted clerk, instinctively disliked her. Wilson had been losing steadily at the stock game until he was almost wiped out, and his last hope lay in somehow securing enough money to carry his margin. He knew that it was customary for the collector to allow himself half an hour to get to the bank, so, watching his chance, he steals over to the collector's coat and sets back his watch thirty minutes. As a consequence, the collector arrives at the bank after hours and is compelled to return with the money. Mr. Raynor is forced to put the money into the safe, and, watched by Wilson, he now proceeds to put the safe combination memorandum in his pocket, which hangs on the rack. Later, Wilson, in helping Raynor on with his coat, drops it. Wilson apologizes, ...

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