After Mrs. Baker had operated in Kansas City for a few years, a circular was printed warning people against giving her any money. It was written and distributed by the Associated Charities of Kansas City, and it gives a good rundown of Mrs. Baker’s early career.

It is shared here verbatim as it appeared in The Salt Lake Herald – one of many publications to print it – on Feb. 27, 1908.





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