By Helen M. Winslow & Walter Dean Goldbeck
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And then she blushed, remembering he was out to defeat her. "Oh, I am well again," he returned, "only these bits of plaster make me out worse than I am. " "You'll never find out," said Bailey Armstrong, coming up at that moment. "It was some of Burke's dirty work, but they've covered their tracks mighty well. I've been making inquiries this morning. " "Then they came over from Bonborough--or Plattsville," said Allingham. " CHAPTER IX 33 "Yes, many," returned Armstrong. "But we shall never learn the truth.
Thus doth fate pursue the over- ambitious and wreck their plans. "When the chauffeurs returned from the farmhouse whence they had gone for help in extricating their machines, Allingham, the aristocrat, lay prone on the ground with his head in the lap of her who had been his whilom opponent for the mayor's chair. A sight fit for the gods, truly--and also for the voters of Roma. "The couple, erstwhile at swords' points, but now tucked cosily together in one electric cab, were later brought back to Roma at one o'clock in the morning--she none the worse for her skillful evasion of the platform contest, and he with a slight scalp wound only, to show that he had been worsted.
A prominent place in the city government. He was not sure that he wanted it. "Perhaps you would like a day to consider the proposition," she went on, divining his hesitation. "And won't you talk with Mr. Armstrong about it? He knows as well as anybody what the work of the street department is going to involve. " "I thank you for the honor you do me, anyway," answered he, rising to go, "and I will talk with Mr. Armstrong as you suggest. " "Yes, yes, I believe so," she returned seriously. "And, Mr.