New PDF release: A Woman for Mayor

By Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck

ISBN-10: 1406564982

ISBN-13: 9781406564983

ISBN-10: 144445613X

ISBN-13: 9781444456134

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I thought you had more sense. And, I tell you, Miss Van Deusen is going to give this town a waking up, such as will make you want to enlist under her banner--quick. " "If you think it will be best for the League," began Allingham. "Yes. It'll be better for the League--and best for you," said Bailey. " It was late when he arrived, and the rooms were closely crowded with guests, so that he was hurried past the receiving party and left in his place in the line. He had just a formal greeting for Gertrude and at the dinner was seated where he could only note her beauty and brilliancy from afar.

The leaders of the different parties were here, there and everywhere, looking after the interests of their respective candidates, talking, persuading, urging or buying the dilatory or vacillating vote. And the women found, early in the day, that in order to compete with the opposition, they must stay close to the polls. "What shall we do? " they asked. Bailey Armstrong had just dropped into the coffee-room in the principal ward. "Well, something, and at once," he said. "Sam Watts is everywhere, guiding his committees and buying up votes.

I always said so. '" "As indeed, it does," replied Gertrude, thoughtfully. " "Undoubtedly," replied Gertrude. "Thank you, Bella, for coming to me. " CHAPTER XIV 49 "O, no; and Rudolph thought it better that I should not be known in this. So you must promise, Gertie, not to let it be known that I told you. " Gertrude laughed. " she said. " When her visitor had gone Gertrude Van Deusen sat alone for some time. She had caught only at a straw,--but it might indicate which way a very strong wind had blown or might now be blowing.

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