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always did what he told them too. He decided to build a big cave on the lot across the street and he made the boys dig it out for days and days and he wouldn't let them stop till it was just so and the sides all straight. He said he didn't just want a hole in the ground. Every night while it was still light he made me come over and see how far they got. He marked out the sides with string just like he saw the workmen do for foundations and afterwards he asked the workmen for some plaster and he plastered the sides of the cave smooth. Then he got boards and more tar paper and showed the boys how to make a roof. Afterwards when they tried to roast things in the cave they found they needed a chimney and Arthur made one. They called the cave The Wild Indians Club. I wanted to give them an old table but Artie said no they must make everything themselves because if they were wild Indians they had to make things to live with.
I used to give Danny and Artie potatoes-only they called them mickies-to roast in the cave and sometimes corn too. Jenny said sometimes Danny treated the boys to bottles of soda after the mickies and it made me miserable to hear such things because I knew Danny was taking the money from me. Whenever I sent him on errands things were always dearer and he was always forgetting to give me the change. If I asked him for it he said he lost it or that it dropped down the sewer or the man didn't give him any change.
Once Beatty said to me oh mama Danny showed me such a nice chewing gum machine you don't have to put pennies in but the chewing gum comes out just the same. Artie laughed and said you're a silly he was putting pennies in all the time only he was afraid you'd tell mama.
And once I dropped fifty cents on the floor and I asked Artie and Danny to look for it under the bed where I thought

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