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Mothers Cry

Her hair was all yellow but dark near her head and she looked funny because she had a lot of pink powder all around her nose and her mouth but no place else and the rest of her face was kind of dark like Beatty's. She had paint on her cheeks and paint on her lips and she was wearing a red dress trimmed with gold lace and her hat was gold lace too only it had started to get black. Her eyes were big and black and they had a funny look in them like she didn't always understand what you were saying. They were sort of empty and on account of her bottom lip being thick and hangy she looked like some children I used to see in an asylum that was on the next block when I lived down near third avenue with mama and the asylum was for children who weren't so smart as most children but had something the matter with their minds.
So I said what's your wife's name. And Danny said her name's Sadye Noonan and believe me you'd better always be sure to spell it with a y if you want to keep on the right side of her. Then the big man with the big face said and I'm Sadye's brother. And he turned to Artie and Jenny and said beggin your pardon but could I have a word alone with Mrs. Williams here. So Artie and Jenny went downstairs and I told Danny and Sadye to go out on the porch because I remembered Beatty's face.
You see Mrs. Williams this has been a very hard time for all of us but I'm glad to say that everything's all straight now. And then he told me the whole story.
Danny saw Sadye in a dance place at Clason Point for the first time and she was dancing with her girl friend but he took her away and danced with her and afterwards they went on all the things and then Danny took her to a hotel and after that he kept seeing her all the time and taking her to dancing places. Then Mr. Noonan's wife said one day the

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