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names and residences of their par
ents, and the cause pf their, fall.
The police are -working hand in
hand with the league. Owners of
v all resorts have been notified to
iff sena an new inmates, or women
desiring to be inmates, to tne
headquarters of the league before
. allowing them to enter houses.
There the women are asked
their history. If they never be
fore have been inmates of disor
derly houses they are forbidden
to enter one. The story they tell
the league is investigated by de
tectives before being accepted as
Quitman is in full charge of the
work. He is a veteran newspaper
man. He has worked for Chicago
newspapers for 14 years andhe
knows and understands the con
ditions -which unprotected girls
are forced to face in Chicago.
Dr. Frank E- Phillips of the
Midnight Mission is president of
the league; Rabbi Felix A. Levy
of Temple Emanuel Is vice presi
dent; the executive committee rs
composed of Rev. Wm. Carwar
dine, Windsor ParkM.E. church;
Rev. Johnston Myers, Emanuel
Baptist church; Miss Mary F.
Balcomb, Young People's Civic
League; Mrs. Modestino Mastro
gibvanni, Italian Ladies' Chari
table Society; Dr. John A. Elliott
and Alessandro Mastro-Valerio,
member of Hull House and ediotr
of La Tribuna.
Following officers elected by
Chicago Federation of Labor
yesterday: John Fitzpatrick,
president; O. F. Nelson, vice
president; E. N. Nockles, rec
sec'y; F. G. Hopp, fin. sec'y; '
Thosr F. Kennedy, treas.; Con
O'Neil, reading clerk; M. Silber
Finance Cob. Elizabeth Ma
loney,? M. B. Philp, Gertrude
Legislative Com. A. C. An
derson, D. Enright, Margaret A.
Haley, G. Dal Jones, John 0NeiL
Executive Board James Con- ,
don,' F. Donoghue, Chas; S. Gras
si, J. A. Kain, Mrs. Raymond
Delegates to State Federation
Convention John J. Bruce, W:'
H. Krause, Emma Steghagen.
Delegate to AF. of L. Jps.
Marie, suppose you "and I
were all alone on a desert island,
what is the first thing you would
She Thank goodness I know
how to swim.
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$ wifd, btopd-CMttiling yelL
D ghastly object flashing by,
flften .silence and a smell.