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Mothers Cry

others too. The pictures were lovely and they were all painted in pretty colors. Then he opened the box and inside there were all dolls made to look like the pictures. They had kind of funny faces and arms and legs with a terrible lot of strings and he showed me how he could make them walk and dance
and bow and do all kinds of funny queer things by moving the strings. He said they were puppets and he showed me the book that he got in the library where he learned how to make them and he told me how he made the faces and the arms and the legs with newspaper and glue and he showed me how he pasted the scraps on for clothes and everything was done so neatly and just right. Then he said he wanted to build a stage for them and he asked me couldn't he work up in the attic so I said yes and I cleared out a big place for him near the window. And will you keep it a secret he asked me and I said yes. But the children learned about the dolls anyway because Artie kept the book out from the library too long and when they scolded him about it he told them why and they wanted to see the dolls and when he brought them they put them in a case and put a sign on the case Puppets Made By Arthur Williams Aged z2/ years and a rich man gave the library a hundred dollars to buy books because he said now he saw how libraries helped the young.
After Artie built a stage he gave a show for all the children on the block in the back yard and he showed Beatty how to help him. He charged two cents to come and he gave the show three times and he made two dollars.
Artie and Beatty got along fine together. He liked to talk to her about what he was going to do when he grew up and she liked to tell him all the grand things she was going to do. One time they were all crazy for horsehair rings. The boys used to pull the hairs out of the horses' tails themselves

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