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In this way the work of the police department will be diminished, for one playground is the equivalent of several patrolmen. And it does not cost one-quarter as much. Who knows but our Roma of tomorrow will do these things on a grander scale than any of our cities have yet attempted? " But Mary Snow did not answer. She had caught Bailey Armstrong's smile as he passed down the room, and even the ideal city faded into insignificance as a warm thrill called the color into her cheeks, and made Gertrude say as she glanced up at her: "How pretty you look, Mary.
CHAPTER XII 44 "Then come, Minnie," she said, turning to the stenographer. "Take this to Mr. Thalberg;" and she proceeded to dictate a letter advising him that his resignation, taking effect immediately, would be acceptable to the mayor. Then she dictated another as follows: Mr. John Allingham, Municipal League Rooms; City. Dear Mr. Allingham: Will you do me the favor to call at this office Thursday, the seventeenth, at ten a. , and oblige, Gertrude Van Deusen, Mayor of Roma. Which, when Allingham opened and read it late that afternoon, caused him to give vent to a long, low whistle, and to read it over the second time.
If this is what women can do in politics," he began to say to himself,--but the idea of incongruity was so deeply fixed in his mind that he at once supplemented his unfinished sentence,--"but they have no business here, just the same. " He displayed none of the sense of awkwardness he felt, however, when he entered the Mayor's office and bade her good-morning. " he asked, taking the seat close to her desk. "I sent for you," returned Miss Van Deusen, "because I am in special need of good, reliable men.
A Woman for Mayor by Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck