1 Then suddenly Madame Haupt turned to Aniele.
2 He turned toward Aniele's and started at a run.
3 Then suddenly Aniele came to him and took him by the arm.
4 Aniele had given the entire profit of her chickens for several months.
5 As their week with Aniele was up in three days, they lost no time in getting ready.
6 Then suddenly Aniele got up and came hobbling toward him, fumbling in her skirt pocket.
7 It was Aniele's kitchen, and huddled round the stove were half a dozen women, pale and frightened.
8 And we owe Aniele for two weeks' rent, and she is nearly starving, and is afraid of being turned out.
9 It was a standing jest of the boarders that Aniele cleaned house by letting the chickens loose in the rooms.
10 At home, also, there was more good news; so much of it at once that there was quite a celebration in Aniele's hall bedroom.
11 No, she had not heard how they were, but she could tell him that they had gone back to Aniele Jukniene, with whom they had stayed when they first came to the yards.
12 So spoke Aniele, scornfully, and when he started toward the fire she added the information that her kitchen was no longer for him to fill with his phosphate stinks.
13 At last Aniele succeeded in pacifying her, and she essayed the ascent; then, however, she had to be stopped while the old woman cautioned her about the floor of the garret.
14 To Aniele's house, in back of the yards, was a good two miles; the distance had never seemed longer to Jurgis, and when he saw the familiar dingy-gray shanty his heart was beating fast.
15 The next day they went to the house; and when the men came from work they ate a few hurried mouthfuls at Aniele's, and then set to work at the task of carrying their belongings to their new home.
16 He would take them to poni Aniele, who kept a boardinghouse the other side of the yards; old Mrs. Jukniene, he explained, had not what one would call choice accommodations, but they might do for the moment.
17 All day long the children of Aniele were raking in the dump for food for these chickens; and sometimes, when the competition there was too fierce, you might see them on Halsted Street walking close to the gutters, and with their mother following to see that no one robbed them of their finds.
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