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PROBATION OFFICER, GIRL
ACCUSED OF SELLING
BECAUSE SHE WAS
THE DAY BOOK
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N. D., Cochran, xggfe Tel. Meoroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. Tg Automatic 51-S22.
500 South. Peoria St. 398 ' By Wail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 171 Chicago, Saturday, April 18, 1914 ONE CENT
N. D. COCHRAN'S REPLY TO A LETTER
FROM ARTHUR BURRAGE FARWELL
Is the Chicago Law and Order League a Human Ins.ti.ta-
Hon Comment on the Anti-Saloon League, the
" Chicago Vice Commission and the United
Charities Law and Order and Christianity
BY N. D. COCHRAN
I have received the following letter from Arthur Burrage Farwell,
president of the Chicago Law and Order League:
"Dear1 Sir In your issue of the 8th, under the heading of 'Orie
Man's Opinions' by N. D. Cochran, you, say: 'I don't think I would go to
a meeting of the Law. and Order League or the Anti-Saloon League if I
were looking for genuine human sympathy and fellowship." And there is
no comfortable place- to sit and visit in a drug store. There you are sap
posed to take your drink and hurry out.'
"For many years we,have had to do with, many people that have been
hi trouble-, both men and women, and if you knew what had been" done
and the way these people have been received in our office you would not
make suck a criticism of the Chicago Law and Order League as you iave.
"Yours very truly, Arthur Burrage Farwell, President' '
I Tiaya no doubt at all about the good intentions of Brother Farwell
and,hiff associtesia the Chicago Order League, or-of the good intentions