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Mothers Cry

Artie was hardly ever home these days he stayed down at Alice's house lots for supper and lots of nights he worked at the office and he didn't know much about what was going on except once he said he thought Beatty needed a rest because 3he had such big rings under her eyes but one Sunday about Dne o'clock when it was July already Artie was in the garden waiting for Beatty to come down for dinner and when she -ame he said my word Beatty what's the matter with your stomach. And Beatty stood kind of still and looked at herself, and she smiled kind of queerly and she said yes sir that's my baby no sir I don't mean maybe and she sort of tried to do the dance steps to it and she tripped and Artie jumped up and he caught her in his arms and Beatty began to cry and cry and Artie just stood there his eyes all wet and his face kind of hard and he waited there for her to finish and the,n they both sat down on the bench. I went inside because I thought maybe if they were alone Beatty would tell him and they were ilways such good friends and now maybe he could tell her what to do and help her so she wouldn't be so unhappy.
I could hear Danny just getting up in his room because now all the windows were open and I thought I'd better get some coffee ready for him.
Beatty told Artie everything that happened between her ind Mr. Hartman right from the beginning and in the end qrtie said I hope you haven't destroyed those letters have ~ou. And Beatty said no she had them. He said that's fine :hat will be all the proof we'll need. What proof Beatty said md he said for the lawyer of course and Beatty jumped up ind said oh no that would be terrible what did Artie think ;he was. She said she couldn't possibly think of anything so ;ordid.
But Artie told Beatty to go up and bring down the letters

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