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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 05, 1912, Image 12

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' I suggested going into the res
cue home for a while, but she
would not agree to that.
"There was no other place to
send the girl, and I was forced to
let her go back where she came
from, as many have done before
ana as many will do unless we
provide some means of helping
them.
"I had four similar cases in the
past two months.
"To save the girls, who need
o-
saving most, we must Have a Home
yhere girls can be cared for until
they are strpng enough to face
the world.
"When they are ready to leave
this refuge we must give , them
work that pays a living wage, not
a mere pittance to keep body and
soul together.
"We must give them decent liv
ing quarters, and we must give
them a place in the social scheme,
such as we have always allotted
to the male transgressor."
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