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Mothers Cry

tiny baby and that was the way I felt about Beatty getting the letter.
Oh mother I'll never do that Beatty said. Never, I couldn't. Why it's there all alive and waiting. I'd feel I had murdered it just as plainly as if I had taken it in my hands and choked it.
I was so glad Beatty said that because I was thinking of Sayde and I couldn't bear to think of Beatty doing such a thing and being like Sadye.
Beatty had a little box in her drawer. It was a flat straw box that Alice once gave me all filled with candy fruit and I had given it to Beatty because she said she wanted it to keep for programs of concerts and plays where she went sometimes with Mr. Hartman and she had in it a pair of his gloves she said she took without his knowing because she wanted to have something to keep of his.
Well Beatty put the check and the letter in the box and she wrote Mr. Hartman another letter and in three days the answer came back and this time he was much nicer and said he was sorry he had written to her in bad spirit before but he had had so many experiences which unfortunately had taught him that there were many women who simply preyed on men but of course he knew she was not one of them and she had given him a great deal of happiness and now he begged her please not to make him unhappy because if she had the baby it would ruin him and so he begged her please to go to a certain doctor and he wrote the name and the address and he said she could keep the hundred dollars for herself and the doctor would send him the bill. And he said it would be better for her to ask for a week off and then that maybe she had better look for a job some place else because it would be so embarrassing for him.
Beatty was even more upset by this letter than the first

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