1 Why, she'd never even seen a factory, or known anyone who had seen a factory.
2 It bumped through the factory belt, gained speed.
3 Kennicott believed in it; demanded that she say patriotic things about the White Way and the new factory.
4 The husband, in Chicago, was working in a furniture factory for modest wages, and when he met his family at the station he was rather crushed by the size of it.
5 One could go to the cigar factory and chat with the old German who raised canaries for sale, and look at his stuffed birds.
6 She works in a canning factory, and all day long she handles cans of beef that weigh fourteen pounds.
7 There was a barrel factory, and a boiler-repair shop.
8 There was a building to which the grease was piped, and made into soap and lard; and then there was a factory for making lard cans, and another for making soap boxes.
9 She had taken the place of an Irishwoman who had been working in that factory ever since any one could remember.
10 But only ten days after she had joined, Marija's canning factory closed down, and that blow quite staggered them.
11 Marija was in despair, for there was still no word about the reopening of the canning factory, and her savings were almost entirely gone.
12 In the late spring the canning factory started up again, and so once more Marija was heard to sing, and the love-music of Tamoszius took on a less melancholy tone.
13 However that might be, the known facts were that a few weeks before the factory closed, Marija had been cheated out of her pay for three hundred cans.
14 She was in another canning factory, and her work was to trim the meat of those diseased cattle that Jurgis had been told about not long before.
15 With one member trimming beef in a cannery, and another working in a sausage factory, the family had a first-hand knowledge of the great majority of Packingtown swindles.