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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 25, 1913, Image 1',
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PRAISING OF JUDGE COOPER CAUSES NEAR
RIOT AT WOMAN'S CIVIC COUNCIL MEETING
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, ggggas . ,0o 500 South Peoria St.
Editor and Publisher. G!dyB TeL Monroe 353.
VOL.2, NO. 228. Chicago, Wednesday, June 25, 1913
IRL WHO "WENT THE PACE" WARNS
OF THE PITFALLS OF SLAVER!
Tells How Young Girls Are Trapped Evelyn Nesbitt,
Eighteen, Tells of the Experiences That Led
Her to the Juvenile Home.
In presenting this, the first of ten articles, The Day Book is giving to
its readers one of the most remarkable series ever published.
It is the setting down of facts learned by a girl -who, although barely 18
years old, is, world-wise and intimately acquainted with the night life of
Evelyn Nesbitt knows intimately of the night life, its pleasures and its
sorrows; she has been pursued by white slavers and knows how they work
to entice girls into lives oT shame. At present she is a prisoner of the
Juvenile Court in Los Angeles, where she is being held as an important wit
ness in the vice investigation now on there which has involved many prom
inent and highly respected men.
In publishing this series The Day Book is not doing so with the idea
of furnishing "spicy" reading. Jt has a fax more serious motive in view
a desire to point out to parents the pitfalls which surround their children
so that YOUR son or YOUR daughter may not be a victim. The articles
will appear from day to day. The first one follows. Editor.
BY EVELYN NESBITT
I'm married. My husband is in New York now, and that's where 1
came from originally.
It seems a long time since we were married, but it can't be so very
long, because I'm just 18. I am now locked up a prisoner of the .Juvenile
I always got along pretty well jn New York before we were, married,