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Mothers Cry

Artie was sick for pretty nearly a week and then he went iown to the office again. And now he had to wait for another rnonth to find out if the competition was going to take his )lans or maybe the plans of another firm. And in the end after all the waiting they took his plans.
They started building nearly right away and after about ;ix months the hotel was all really finished and there was to )e a big party for the opening of the hotel and Artie was to 5e there and he said I must come too and I must have a beautiFul evening dress and he gave me a hundred dollars to buy the things with. But I never bought a dress in my life and I 3idn't know what to get so Artie said all right he'd bring Alice Forster up on Saturday afternoon and she'd help me and go with me to buy everything I had to.
She was an awfully tall girl nearly as tall as Artie and Artie was very tall. And when she took her hat off her hair was fixed like a man's all smooth and back off her face and her ,ars only she wore earrings way down nearly to her shoulders. She had lots of lipstick on and she smoked cigarettes but Artie said that was the way all girls were now.
Then Artie went out and left us alone and she said to me jon't you think Arthur's just the grandest thing living. I'm ,imply crazy about him but don't you tell him so. I expect you and I are going to have some awful squabbles about the babies and when I won't let you pick Arthur junior up you'll probably turn on me and say now see here young woman I've brought up four. And tell me do you believe in diapering on he square or on the triangle. I'm afraid I'll never be able to narry Artie if you're a triangular because troubles with nothers-in-law always end in divorce. And she kept right on alking like that all the time sort of hard and glittery on top >ut all the time really warm underneath and soft and I liked

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