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WILSON SENDS, CABINET NOMINATIONS TO
SENATE CALLS SESSION OE ADVISERS
THE DAY BOOK
Mfe IM.'U. Cochran,
500 South Peoria' St.
" Tel. Monroe 353;
VOL:2,N0.133 Chicago, Wednesday, March 5, 1913 ONE CENT
MRSLEHMANN'S SLUR ON DEPARTMENT STORE
! GIRLS SHOCKS FATHER McNAMEE .
Low Wages Chief Cause of Immorality, Says Pastor of' .
St. Patrick's, and.Asks3HowMrs.Lehmann.GotHer
, 'Money 13JSt6r& and Factory Heads Called.
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'Low wages are .chiefly -responsible for the Immorality of the
young girls and young men of the city which is so" rapidly increasing
today.- . - , . , , -
r 'T am glad that'.the. Illinois (senate commission-is going to
jstrike. at .the root of the white slave evil instead, of lopping off a. few,
jotteri branches; as so. many similar, commissions have done in the'
past. t ' K ' . '
"If the.cpmmission does as, it says it is going to do, by the, time
it gets through the people of Chicago will.be standing on State
street and booking with horror on the "hell holes, that have caused
their, little children, to go wrong. - - ."'.'
"Mrs. Augusta Lehmann bwnr-of The Fair department store,
says that tbVgirls of the department stores get moire , money just
now than their brains make, them vyorth. !l wonder, if .-Mrs. Lehmann
got her ;money by her brains." The -,Rey, "William J. McNamee,
pastor of St. Patrick's' Roman Catholic Chufch. . ,
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i Joseph. H. Basch, general rrian-
a'ger of Spiegel, Cooper & Co.
james Simpson, .vice president,
of Marshall' pield & Co. .
' ' Edwin F. Mandel, pVeiident of
Edward Hillman, secretary .of
Hiilrrian's. 1 '
enryG. vHarvgeneral man-
The. listv of; department store
owners'and manufacturers t now
summoned, or to be summoned, in
.thevlllinois- enate white slave
probe( is as follows': , '
, Mrs. Augusta tehmann, presir
dent of The Fair.'- , - ' ;
Edward J. Lehmannj vice pres
ident qfrTheFauv - "