1 The new hands were here by the thousands.
2 Such was the home to which the new arrivals were welcomed.
3 The center of the placard was occupied by a house, brilliantly painted, new, and dazzling.
4 The other houses in the row did not seem to be new, and few of them seemed to be occupied.
5 It seemed as if every time you met a person from a new department, you heard of new swindles and new crimes.
6 The family had paid fifteen hundred dollars for it, and it had not cost the builders five hundred, when it was new.
7 There were new white cotton gloves upon her hands, and as she stood staring about her she twisted them together feverishly.
8 In the latter part of November they hired a hall, and invited all their new acquaintances, who came and left them over a hundred dollars in debt.
9 The people had come in hordes; and old Durham had squeezed them tighter and tighter, speeding them up and grinding them to pieces and sending for new ones.
10 Sooner or later came the day when the unfit one did not report for work; and then, with no time lost in waiting, and no inquiries or regrets, there was a chance for a new hand.
11 Then, too, a still more dreadful thing happened to him; he worked in a place where his feet were soaked in chemicals, and it was not long before they had eaten through his new boots.
12 And so Stanislovas went down a long stone corridor, and up a flight of stairs, which took him into a room lighted by electricity, with the new machines for filling lard cans at work in it.
13 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.
14 And Elzbieta would call upon Dede Antanas to support her; there was a fear in the souls of these two, lest this journey to a new country might somehow undermine the old home virtues of their children.
15 In the first place as to the house they had bought, it was not new at all, as they had supposed; it was about fifteen years old, and there was nothing new upon it but the paint, which was so bad that it needed to be put on new every year or two.
16 Very often a man could get no work in Packingtown for months, while a child could go and get a place easily; there was always some new machine, by which the packers could get as much work out of a child as they had been able to get out of a man, and for a third of the pay.
17 Having the advantage of her in altitude, the driver had stood his ground and even ventured to attempt to speak; and the result had been a furious altercation, which, continuing all the way down Ashland Avenue, had added a new swarm of urchins to the cortege at each side street for half a mile.
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