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Mothers Cry

Twenty-Eight
ARTIE got what he wanted and he was made a junior member of the firm and he was only twenty-five years old. His salary was seventy-five dollars a week and he got two thousand dollars bonus but he had to turn the money into the firm because he had to have money invested in it and he signed notes
too for more money that was to go into the firm so he didn't really get but the same forty-five dollars a week because the rest went to pay on the notes. Alice came to see me and she said she was so glad she had picked a winner and wasn't it clever of me she said to provide for my young so providentially.
Lots of magazines printed articles about Artie and his building and his ideas-the magazine section of the Times and Vanity Fair and the Sunday papers did too. There were pictures of the building and pictures of Artie and underneath the pictures of Artie was written Arthur Williams the prodigy architectural genius.
One Sunday while we were having breakfast Danny walked in the kitchen and sat down at the table just like that without saying a word. Neither did we say anything I guess because my breath sort of all went out of me at once. Then Danny sort of stretched his legs out under the table and put his hands in his pockets and said how's this for the brother of a genius he said I guess the whole family's bustin into print together and he pulled out a piece of newspaper and it was about a man named Danny London who was in a fight and Danny said that's me.
Artie got up very quietly and stood up by Danny's chair and he said listen to me Danny listen to what I'm saying

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