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-ftz&Xsjni -mi-:vFm7i mWf" ' ,'H yyywy "w LAST EDITION LAST EDITION WOMEN THRONG AUDITORIUM TO PROTEST ' AGAINST OUSTING OF MRS. YOUNG THE DAY BOOK An Adless Daily Newspaper. N. D. Cochran, Qg&y Tel. Monroe 353. Editor and Publisher. C Automatic 51-422. 500 South Peoria St, 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL. 3, NO. 65 Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 13, 1913 ONE CENT YOUNG OBRL SHOCKS WISE JUDGE BY TELLING SOME ROTTEN TRUTH "Babe" Smith of Canton, Ohio, Refuses Help of "So Called Good Rich Women" and Chooses "Jungle" Life Instead -Tells Judge Social Workers Would Be Glad to Help Her Go To Hell Big Sister Mpvement Started. "Where do you suppose I'm going? I'm going back sporting. I need the money. That's the only way I can make it." "Babe Smith," a" mere slip of a giri who looked about seventeen, but claimed to be past eighteen, stood in the Juvenile Court in Canton, Ohio, and hurled this defiance in the face of Judge Krischbaum, while she laughed bitter and brazenly. She had been taken in a raid of a notorious dive the night before, and because of her youthful appearance had been brought to the Juvenile Court, where he knew they could not hold her. "You are free," the judge said, when he ascertained her age. The court received its first surprise then. The girl threw back her head and echoed tauntingly: "Free?" The contempt in her voice caused Judge Krischbaum to lean forward and stare at her. "Don't you -understand," he asked. "You are free. You say you are MittMIIHHHHI ...... -4 -.