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excited with all her new clothes. She looked peaked but was just the same as always and everyday she slept till twelve or one and then I'd give her breakfast and make her room and she'd sit there all afternoon reading her magazines and her papers and eating chocolates and leaving the little brown crinkly cups on the floor. Then after supper she went out to dance places. She never asked me for any money because she said she made money dancing with men.
One night Sadye didn't come home at all but the next morning a young boy came around with a letter from her and the letter said she was called out of town and would I please pack up her clothes and give them to the boy. It was her handwriting so I did what she said and I packed her clothes and gave them to the boy and I never saw Sadye again.
It was lucky I kept the hundred dollars because now I had to use it to send a little money to Danny every week.

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WHEN it came Christmas time that year I got a postcard from Beatty and I had to sit down to read it because I was shaking so much. It came all the way from Paris in France and I thought oh she's been all the way over the ocean in a boat and I didn't know about it and I shivered with fright when I thought how maybe the boat might have sunk and the water so cold and Beatty might have been lying in the bottom of the sea with the fishes swimming all around her. But then

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