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We are still in the boarding house at the celebratory dinner to welcome the new century. Some of you expressed an interest in the other residents. They are there but do not enter predominantly into the story. This scene takes place before we meet Mr. Thomas.
Kathryn looked around the table. She nodded to the two gentlemen who worked at the button factory. They kept to themselves so she didn’t know them well. Mr. Henderson, the third man, who had assised her by holding her chair, also worked at the factory and was the most social of the three men.
Of the other two, she was aware that one was Mr. Smyth, and one Mr. Jones, but she wasn’t sure which was which. Muriel, a seamstress, and the other female lodger said, “Good Evening,” and Kathryn smiled in reply.