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mofcris answers baldwin wallops Mclaughlin in the waitresses with a labor union deal new injunction Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at Chicago, HL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE DAY BOOK An Adless Newspaper? Daily Except Sunday N. D. Cochran, Editor and Publisher. 500 South Peoria St 398 Tel. Monroe 353. By Mail, Except in Chicago, $3 a Yean VOL. 3, NO. 232 Chicago, Tuesday, June 30, 1914 ONE CENT WHITE SLAVE DRIVER WILL SPEND NEXT SIX YEARS IN THE PEN Young Girl Finally Revolts and-Her Story Lands Her, White, Soft-Handed Master In the Hands -of the Law She's a Wreck. 1 This isn't a nice story. It is about a broken, racked member of the oldest profession in the world and her man, who sold her night after night, and lived well on the money. So it can't be a very nice story. One year ago Anna -Martin was working in a kitchen in St Louis. There was little in her life but work. And she wanted pleasure. She wanted a life such as other girls had. And then came Frank Miller. He wasn't a man, but the type that prowls am5ng the unfortunate, knowing, through some uncanny instinct, when their power of resistance is the weakest ' He opened the "gates of a new world to Anna Miller. He told her of other cities, and he offered to take her with him. .The girl did not know'that she was to pay the,bills. " f She saw only a -new life-beforeher; andu-refteasg'from drudgery. ,. j' &&j&&iM0!