Antone and Luigi are sitting in the latter's cafe in Mulberry Street, talking of their affairs. Or rather should it be said that Luigi was talking of their affairs, for Antone was silent with thoughts of a girl, a girl far away, yet near to him. Giuseppe had received a letter with a very flattering offer to go west, but he cannot go away, because Anita, the only girl, is even now on her way to America, to him, and happiness. Luigi prevails upon him, however, and tells him he will take care of Anita when she arrives. And so Giuseppe, confident that the girl will be comfortable, leaves a note for her and departs. Anita arrives, and Giuseppe receives her and welcomes her heartily. Anita is pretty and winsome and sweet, and her eyes, they are the kind that buy men, and Luigi sells himself. He is just about to give her the letter from his brother, when he realizes! He tells her Antone has gone away, but that he will take care of her. And the girl becomes a woman, one of the legion of them ...
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