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Mothers Cry

I talked over with Artie what he could do now and I said maybe he'd better learn the trade of sign painting seeing how he could draw so nice but Artie said no he wanted to go to high school and maybe to college because he said he didn't really want to draw at all he said he didn't know what he wanted only he could never be a great man if he didn't have plenty of education. But Artie I said I don't know where we can get the money. So he said he could get a bakery route in the mornings delivering rolls and he could get two dollars a week and then ma he said maybe I can get something to do afternoons too. But I laughed and said you'll have to study afternoons if you go to high school.
High school didn't begin till next September so Artie took the bakery route for the mornings and a newspaper route in the afternoons delivering the Bronx Home News and he made three and a half dollars a week. He gave me three dollars and I let him keep fifty cents.
Then he put a lock on his room and whenever he wasn't working he locked himself in his room and wouldn't let Danny come in. I asked him what he was doing but he wouldn't tell me. He made a big wooden box and he put a lock on it too and he kept whatever he was making in the big wooden box. He kept asking me for all kinds of funny things like did I have a piece of gold lace or did I have a piece of purple silk and he went through- my rag bag and took lots of scraps. He was drawing something on paper too because he came out to change the water for his paints often.
One day he said if I wouldn't tell the children he'd show me what he made so I said all right. First he showed me a lot of pictures of dolls. One was Cinderella and one was the Stepmother and one was the Wicked Sister and one was the Prince and one was the Fairy Godmother and there were

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