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1  A moment later came Jadvyga, peering over the child's head.
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2  Then there is Jadvyga Marcinkus, who is also beautiful, but humble.
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3  You told me you had been to Jadvyga's house that other night, and you hadn't.
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4  This is the fifth year, now, that Jadvyga has been engaged to Mikolas, and her heart is sick.
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5  She had pains in her back all the time, Jadvyga explained, and feared that she had womb trouble.
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6  Instead there was one of Jadvyga's little sisters, who gazed at him through a crack in the door.
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7  The forelady had to come up to a certain standard herself, and could not stop for sick people, Jadvyga explained.
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8  Jadvyga did not know what had become of the poor creature; she would have gone to see her, but had been sick herself.
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9  She must have gone home again with Jadvyga, he said; Jadvyga lived only two blocks from the yards, and perhaps she had been tired.
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10  Jadvyga is small and delicate, with jet-black eyes and hair, the latter twisted into a little knot and tied on the top of her head.
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11  Jadvyga likewise paints cans, but then she has an invalid mother and three little sisters to support by it, and so she does not spend her wages for shirtwaists.
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12  But one day she walked home with a pale-faced little woman who worked opposite to her, Jadvyga Marcinkus by name, and Jadvyga told her how she, Marija, had chanced to get her job.
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