By Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck
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Well," returned the man after a speechless moment, "I'll be dinged if it isn't! " Which he proceeded to do, although in somewhat maudlin fashion. At ward three, Miss Van Deusen came face to face with John Allingham. It was an awkward moment for both. Gertrude flushed, but she carried her head high, and said "Good morning," with so much cordiality that Allingham felt more awkward than ever. All night he had slept but fitfully, and in his wakeful hours had regretted with self-denunciation, that his name was to be voted upon that day.
CHAPTER XIII 46 And yet--to her? Why not? How capable and strong and self-reliant she had looked that morning in the mayor's chair. How different from any other women he had ever seen! --to sit there in the temple of the money-changers and try to wrestle with its problems. Bah! he had no taste for such modern women, or for such-But he had promised to do everything he could to help her,--and to see Armstrong. Pshaw! He would go back and have it out with Bailey. He turned and climbed the stairs to the city solicitor's office.
But now,--well, let's make it a mutual thing. " said Gertrude to her inmost soul. But she did not change countenance. "Well, I will look into the matter," she replied. "If your contract is all right--and you say it is--the city will certainly stand by you. Of course I could not promise anything more definite than that now. But I will look into the matter and advise Mr. " "O, don't take your time to look up a contract a year old," said McAlister. "It won't be worth your while. Take my word,--the word of one who worked night and day for your father,--and just call Armstrong off.
A Woman for Mayor by Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck