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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1913, Image 2

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after extracting promise from
those societies that they would
not connect low wages with the
social "evil.
He had been asked if he did not
consider himself morally respon
sible for such girls at;, having
round themselves "unable to exist
on the wages paid by,, him, had
fallen" by the wayside.
And he had answered by slur-
ring all womankind, saying that
girls who Went "wrong did so be
cause, it was their .nature, and
that low wages, the .struggle to
live,vhad nothing to do, with it
He had been asked if it were
not -true that he was a member of
the Chicago ce Commission,
which found so startling a con
nection between, low wages anti
vice.
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30G&imT PERFUMERY
1 JrOP WAT, WOMAN 8! YOU TRY
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