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Mothers Cry

And there was Beatty so happy and feeling everything was all right when I felt inside of me that something was wrong and that Beatty was going to get into trouble. I tried to tell her a little bit the way I felt about not believing people so much but I couldn't put it in the right words and it sounded kind of mean what I wanted to say especially because her believing was so sort of shining and happy but still I knew I was right and I think what was the matter was that I was ashamed because I was right and it seemed wrong that I should be right and cruel too. So I just finished what I was saying kind of not making it clear at all and Beatty didn't take any notice of what I was trying to tell her.

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FOR a long time after that Beatty was really very happy. Mr. Hartman said her work was fine and he recommended her for a raise and Beatty said that the president of the bank Mr. Sampson said for once Mr. Hartman's recommendation for a raise was justified. Now she was getting forty dollars a week but Mr. Hartman was always taking her to so many fine places that she was always having to buy new clothes to go with him so she didn't have much left from her salary. Often they went to Long Beach because the man who owned the hotel there was a friend of Mr. Hartman's.
Pretty soon it was getting spring again. Artie kept right on working hard and Alice came up to see me often. Jenny was

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