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Mothers Cry

because this was written so nicely and she began to worry about what she ought to do and after she had tried for days to make up her mind she wrote to Mr. Hartman again and said she wanted to do everything to help him and she didn't want to make him unhappy but she couldn't kill the baby and she told him she wouldn't ever bother him with the baby or tell anybody if only he would help her until after the baby was born and then she'd manage herself and get a job again.
Well then she got a terrible letter. He said she was only trying to blackmail him but he knew her kind and besides how did he know whether he could believe her anyway and how did he know it was his baby.
Beatty cried all that day. She wouldn't go down to the office but just lay there on her couch and wouldn't come down for lunch or supper even. Her face got all yellow like it always did when she was upset and brooding arid her, eyes all dark and heavy and she couldn't speak.
But the next morning she seemed much happier.
You know mother she said I think I'll just wait until Gerald gets back because really you can straighten these things out so much better when you see people and it's always a mistake I think to quarrel through the mail. So I'll just wait.

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