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0Ir EducationTof child'reV'wilr" do'
,smuch. Thef e "are" " things "that
eevery father should tell hisson,
"'every mother her daughteiywhen
they reach the proper age. We
'"are trying in Chicago to educate
3the parents in district meetings
- for this duty.
., "It is "estimated that 40 per
' jCent of the;people of the civilized
o world are or haye been sqffering
.from venereal disease. t I believe
Arthat a father should insist on a
physician's certificate from the
man "who is to marry his daugh
ter." t! Of what might be done to con
trol m and repress the social evil,
'JDean Sumner said : "We should
"open our schools as social cen
ters' for parents and children;. we
should close the dance halls to
" protect the girls from the cadets;
" we should clean up the cheap
theaters; we should see to the
? 'better lighting of our public
- parks and the better policing of
y'oiir recreation grounds.
' "The work of rescue and re
Morm is beginning at the mouth
"'pfrthe stream. We must go back
' to the source and, there we find
,bthe child. We must do every
thing we can to protect the boys
' and girls. We must see that they
Jget fair wages so that they will
"ot b"e forced by hunger or need
, to enter a clandestine life. We
'must protect them from the un
principled men who chaseas
legitimate prey the poor unfortu
nate child of poverty."
-v ' Following the address there
S was an informal reception for
Dean Simmer- 'inTr-inity" parish -j
house. The audience cohsisfedor
over" i;0Q0: ' ' i
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. IN THE LIMELIGHT '
One of the most
dings of the -Washington
son 'will be that of
lancl, daughter of
Admiral and Mrs.
S o u t h'erland, to
Lewis, Bacon, a Bos
t o n stockholder.
The bride-to-be. is
one of the prettiest
girls in Washing
ton, a leader, of the
younger set. and
Miss Helen Taft's
most intimate chum. The
ding .will be, in January.
' - : THE DAYS.
FJrst there is Yesterday, Ah there.
Our sorrows lie asleep,
And softly .o'er thejr silent, dust"
The gentle'memories creep. '
And then Today PAh here the suit
Shins the midmost skies
Heaping its golden splendor up
".Todrift upon our eyes' ""
And'then Tomorrow there 'the;
'" dreams "
That we' have dreamed today
Come true and call back to ou
' . ,h'earts
To cheer us on the way.
At any rate Adam didn't have r
to listen to 'Eve tell aboutHhe bet
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