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Mothers Cry

him so much he made his prices lower because he said Beatty was a gifted pupil. But Beatty was all the time playing exercises or things she called sonatas while Jenny would play me all sorts of pretty things.
But just the same Beatty had a worse time than the other children because I think things hurt her more.
There used to be a blind man who passed by the school every morning about nine o'clock on the way to mass and the children used to like to walk with him though he didn't really need anybody and he knew the way himself. Well whenever Danny was late for school he used to say it was because he took the blind man to mass. One time the teacher knew for certain it was another child who took the blind man so she brought Danny down to the principal and when he said again he took the blind man to mass the principal made him go back and sit in front of the class all morning with a sign on him LIAR.
I don't know we lived right across the way from the school but the children were always late just the same. But one morning I really did see Beatty going across to school and the blind man was just passing by. She ran over to him and took his hand and I could see him smiling down at her and she walked with him to the church two blocks away. I was sweeping the porch and I saw her running back to school but just when she got in the yard the nine o'clock bell was ringing and I knew she was late.
Well when Beatty came home at lunch time she was in a terrible state. She was crying and sobbing and she could hardly talk. I quieted her down and asked her what was the matter and she said when she told her teacher about the blind man the teacher took her to the principal and he laughed and the teacher laughed and then they made her stand in front

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