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month's ago, of ttie proprietors of
the once notorious Roti dance
hall, 1920 Grand ave.,-for absolute
supervision by the leagife, Mrs.
Joseph T.-Bowen, president of the
Juvenile Protective Association,
is greatlyencouraged at the prog
ress of the movebent. She said
that supervision by her organiza
tion would be a good beginning,
and would likely eventually lead
to municipal supervision.
The Roti hall is now run under
the direction of H. N. Hart; an in
vestigator for the protective' association.
have thrown aside sectarianism
and united in a war against Mor
monism. The basis of their fight will be
the facts developed in.a special in-
WOMAN'S, .REVELATIONS" BASIS OF A NEW UNITED
New York, Dee. 30. Church The objective is to bring about
women of 'manv-denommations i. "uiuu iwinpi puivgiur
Mr. and Mrs. Freece have just'
returned to America. The open
ing gun will be fired in New York
Jan. 10 at a mass meeting spons
ored by the Interdenominational:
Council of Women for Christian
and Patriotic Service. Freece
"In 1909, authorities say, 3,000
converts were baptized on the
other sidcof the water, and, as
usual, most of them emigrated.
Most of them were women. The
Mormons have 324 priests and
missionaries from Utah in Great
"I brought back a bunchV'of af
fidavits frorh. unhappy fathers and
mothers ,whose daughters had
sailed against their wishes to join
the Mormons in Utah. Before
these women go they are assured
that polygamous marriage no
The elders and missionaries are
young menof good appearance
and the women are flattered by v
their attentions. The women are
tolcTthat if they go to Utakthey;
wilf have chances to get good po-
oiuuus aiiu iiiau vvbiii .
Mrs. Hans P. Freece.
vestigatibn, ' covering several
months, made by Mrvand Mrs.
- Hans' P: Freece, in Great Britafn,
Holland," Denmark, and Sweden.