And the magnificent realism of it fascinated the Lady Alene.
The term is derived from the French Alene; elson for cordwayners, alesne.
But the Lady Alene Innesly was not understood, although her indifference was noted and her exclusiveness amusedly resented.
Within a year after this was done a beautiful little girl, whom they called Alene, was born to them.
In the Coeur d' Alene fires alone, a single one of our Associations put 850 men in the field.
Fearing that Alene might awaken and see him, he quickly turned out the light and stepped from the room.
There upon the bed lay Alene instead of Foresta, as he could plainly see by the dimly burning light.
"My love for Alene invests all that is near to her with my abiding sympathy," said Ramon with quiet fervor.
Arthur ascended the stairs and, coming to Alene's door found it slightly ajar.
The Lady Alene's unaccustomed fingers became occupied with the pink wrapper.