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Mothers Cry

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I WAS glad they elected Woodrow Wilson president again because I couldn't bear it to think of going to war. Artie graduated from high school that year and Mr. Robinson helped him study for the examinations for the scholarship and Artie got the best marks of everybody. Artie got another scholarship too and it was from the state and it was for a hundred dollars a year for four years. He finished high school in three years instead of four and wasn't hardly but sixteen years old. Lots of times he looked awfully tired and I wanted him not to work so hard but he said he had to work hard because I worked hard and he wanted to hurry up and make beautiful buildings and earn a lot of money. In the summer he got a job in an architect's office and he gave me all his money and I saved it for him because he was going to have plenty of expenses in college for books and instruments. Afterwards when he started in at college he took a job in a drug store in the afternoons and at supper time at the soda fountain and he made ten dollars a week. He made me take five for myself and I was glad because I needed it on account of everything getting so high because the war started anyway.
The old man upstairs died and his wife went to live with her sister so I wrote to Mr. Landry to ask him what I should ask for the flat because I knew rents were going up every place. All around now where we lived there were hardly any more private houses left because they were tearing them all down and building big apartment houses and sometimes I could hardly believe it that Prospect Avenue was the same Prospect Avenue it was when we first moved up in the Bronx

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