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Mrs. Hindemiller, a widow with five young children, the eldest of whom, Lena, is only eleven years old, finds that the struggle to keep the wolf from the door is becoming too great and decides to send Lena into service. To this end she arranges to send her to Mrs. Maloney who runs the Quarry Hotel. Lena is placed in charge of Fritz, the old stage driver and, amid the tears of her family, is whirled away to her new home, tightly clasping to her breast her one treasure, a thumb-worn copy of Grimm's Fairy Tales. Arrived at the Quarry Hotel, Lena is at once put to work. From daylight until long after dark Mrs. Maloney drives her from task to task. The hard work, the rough men and Mrs. Maloney's constant abuse, do not tend to cure little Lena of her home-sickness. Her only consolation is her book of fairy tales, which she keeps hidden under her cot in the garret. Here, after her day's work, she manages to steal a few sweet moments poring over the trials of poor Cinderella and the Prince. ...

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