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Mothers Cry

were walking up and down in front of the president with signs about votes for women and Beatty went down to their office and she said she wanted to go too but they said she was too young and she got mad. Beatty's feelings were all the time getting hurt.
And one day Beatty came home and all her hair was cut off and she looked just like a boy because her hair was curly and it curled up short. I asked her why she did it and she said it was to show her emancipation.
Then when the war was over Beatty went around making speeches on the street corners because there was a man and his name was Debs and he was in prison. Beatty was so pretty with her black curly hair and her black eyes that when she made the speeches all the toughs said oh you kid and oh cutie and when I heard them I said she mustn't ever do it again but Beatty said she wasn't going to let any bums interfere with her work for liberty and the brotherhood of man and that she had consecrated herself to a cause and so she must obey the cause and not me and I couldn't do anything with her.
Once when I was talking about Aunt Katie's Gussie Beatty said oh mother you're awfully sweet but you're so narrow minded. Beatty always called me mother now because she said it was more refined than mama. She wanted Jenny to too but Jenny said she just couldn't it didn't sound natural and so Jenny always called me mama. So Beatty said oh mother you're so narrow minded. Just because Gussie ran away with a man and didn't marry him. If Gussie was the man you wouldn't always be holding her up as a horrible example.
I felt terrible to hear Beatty talk like that because I knew she didn't know what she was saying and I said it to her. She began to laugh and said oh don't I. Do you see this book she
said. Well this is going to be the class play this year. I'm on

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