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Mothers Cry

going to be all right soon. I kept thinking how if only he'd get a job and settle down and I guess maybe I didn't notice how the years were going by and how he was twenty already and I guess Beatty did and she hated for me to have to work so hard but I wasn't working so hard as I used to-I didn't get up mornings now till seven o'clock and some mornings maybe not till half past seven and now I had a man come around to attend to the furnace. +
After Beatty was in college for about a year she said mama I simply must make some money and I think I'll try to write some stories. That's what I'm going to be anyway a writer so I'm going to begin immediately. So she wrote a story and Jenny copied it out on the typewriter down at her place and Beatty gave it to me to read before she sent it away. It was about a girl who had high ideals and was a worker in a settlement and a rich man fell in love with her and she made him think the way she did and he gave all his money to build a settlement and the girl was the manager and they both spent the rest of their lives working for others. It was very sad I mean the parts where she told how the poor people lived. Isn't it a wonderful story mama Beatty asked me and I said yes I thought it was a nice story and so she sent it away to the Saturday Evening Post and then afterwards all day long when she was home she kept running to the letter box all the time. She kept saying how now maybe she would get two hundred dollars or maybe three hundred or maybe even five hundred dollars for it and she said then mama I'll give it all to you.
But in a week the story came back. Beatty was terribly disappointed but then she said she thought she made a mistake to send it to that magazine because it was too highbrow for them and so she sent it out to the Atlantic Monthly this time.

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