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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 22, 1913, FINAL EDITION, Image 1',
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" FINAL -EDITION-- .;" ' FINAL EDITION
RpAD CONCLUSION OF O. HENRI'S FAMOUS
, ."UNFINISHED STORY" ON INSIDE PAGES ,
THE DAY BOOK
. N. D. OocHrari, . sE!5 . ,Qg 500 South Peoria St. --
Editor and Publisher. , a Tel. Monroe. 353.
VOL'. 2, NO. 148; Chicago, Saturday, March 22, 1913 ONE CENT
LUCY, PAGE GASTON ASKED BY EVERLEIGHS
TO OPEN RESORT AS HOME FOR GIRLS
Notorious Divekeepers Try to Enlist Reformers hi
Scheme. to Start Rescue Home for7 Young Girls
Minnie- Everleigh' Writing Story of Life. " '
. Arthur Barrage Farwell, the noted reformer in
whom JuliuslRpsenwald takes so much interest, admitted
late this afternoon that he some time ago suggested to a
friend of the Everleigh sisters, that if they were to tarn
the Everleigh Club into a rescue jiome for youn girls it
would be a very nice way to round out theirlives. Pos
sibly the Everleigh sisters were jading on this suggestion
when they first began corresponding, with ' Lucy Page
Gaston. Farwell and Miss Gaston usually work hand in
-hand. ' - . V-C A A "j
The Everleigh sisters,, who were the owners and'keepers of the most
"notorious resort Chicago ever was afflicteoywith; the place in which Mar
shall. Field, Jr., .was killed, in which one of 'the Swifts was fatally injured by
being struck over the Jiead with a-bottle, -jn which a former mayor "got
.appendicitis;' want to tun that, resort into a "rescue home for ydung.girls."
. To this .end. they hve" been -secretly corresponding with Lucy Page
Gastoji, the. antteigarette," a'nti.-salobn, anti-vice agitator, in. the hope 'that
she and other. Chicago reformers, wili help them to do,so.
Lucy .Page Gaston, being uncertain in her mind as to the. path of duty,
took the, matter up with Arthur Burrage Farwell, Julius Rosenwald's pet
reformer. . - . -.. "
,r Farwell answered Miss Gaston "by writing her that "we .reformers