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Mothers Cry

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MEANTIME Jenny was working along steady all the time and having a good time in her own quiet way. She was down at Mr. Cooper's place now for two years and she was making fifteen dollars a week now. She belonged to the Y. W. C. A. and she went there swimming every week on Tuesdays and she belonged to a cooking club there and sometimes she used to go out with the girls she met there.
One time Jenny took me to the new Capitol to see a picture and I never was in such a wonderful place. And when the music was playing I kept thinking about away back when I used to take the children sometimes with me to the moving pictures when they had the pictures in stores and it only cost a nickel for me and a nickel for two children together and how the children used to fall asleep. And Danny used to read me the titles because they were in little print and I couldn't see so far I guess,maybe sewing on the machine was making my eyes like that. So when I was sitting there in that great big shining Capitol I could smell it again the funny smell the little store had where they gave the pictures sort of dusty and that stuff they used to spray around in the air that was all smelly and how when nearly everybody went home and it was getting late but Danny wanted to see to the very end and there were maybe only five or six people left and the piano playing along kind of hippity hippity and kind of sleepy and playing the same tune over and over again. And once Danny and I saw a picture and it was called The Bridge of Sighs and it was about a bridge that crossed over to a prison and I cried and cried and after awhile Danny could hardly say the words of the titles because he was all

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