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wanted and she asked me how did I think Frank would like to be dressed but I didn't know so the undertaker said just to leave it all to him and I said yes. Then the insurance man came and he said I would get two hundred and thirty dollars and I was so glad we had kept up the insurance because I don't know what I would have done for money to pay the undertaker. And then a man came from the street car company and wanted to give me five hundred dollars for me to sign a paper but mama said no don't sign anything we'll wait till after the funeral and just then a funny looking man came in-a Jew I think he was-and he said he saw the accident and that he was a lawyer and he had all the witnesses ready but my head was aching so mama took him in the other room and when they came back she said we had better give him the case and he would take a third. So he went away and the insurance man went away and then a man came from the Board of Health and he made out a certificate and he went away and all the neighbors came walking in and out and I could hear Danny out in the hall on the landing telling the other children in the house how the accident happened and he was having a good time because all the children were listening to him and asking him questions and he was telling such a lot of lies. But Artie and Jenny and Beatty were sort of quiet Beatty not understanding much and Artie maybe understanding too much.
Mama stayed with me the next two days and attended to a lot of things for me. I had to have a black dress and a coat and a hat and gloves and new shoes and a veil. But I wouldn't have the children in black. I said the girls could wear their white Sunday dresses with black sashes and the boys could wear their blue Sunday suits with black ribbons, around their hats and their sleeves. Mama said that Jenny and Beatty

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