By Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck
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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. Armstrong welcomed him with a cordial bluffing way the two always used towards each other.
You are in a bad scrape and I wish you had had sense enough to say no when those women dragged you forth," which only went to prove the axiom that one's relatives are privileged of speech. But the new mayor paid no attention to her cousin and went on calmly planning for the future of Roma, visiting its various institutions and getting as thorough an insight into its public administration as possible before taking her place in the mayor's chair. She visited the schools, the hospitals, the police stations, the jail.
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. " CHAPTER XII 42 "I will speak to Mr. Armstrong," said Gertrude, rising and pushing the electric button as a signal for the others to return. There was nothing for McAlister to do but depart, wondering just how much he had gained by the interview. "If she goes to looking into old contracts--" he muttered as he went down the stairs--and then whistled sharply.