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BITS OF NEWS
Knoxvill Term. Internation
al i-Printing Pregsrnen's and As
sistants' Union, by overwhelming
majority,' sustained Pres.3erry's
action incallingstrike- through
out" country in -sympathy jvith
kcked-6ut Chicago pressmen.
Home. Pope-Pius sawnoving
picture sho wthis afternoon for
first time. Machine, showing
Venice scenes; set up in Vatican
by his' permission.'
San Francisco. Ad Wolgast
and ABe Attell will meet in 20
round match heer in August.
Baltimore. Urey -Woodson
named as temporary secretary
Washington; United Press-
hulletins have been beating ,all
other reports of Chicago conven
tion'into White House byS min
utes. . Prank Gabriel and Louis Fas
sino, " arrested. Sold fake gold
mine by confidence ga'me. Frank
Sundres, -iruit -dealer, 2000 W.
Frank Witz, conductor,' em
ployed by t!he Chicago Railways
coinpany, died at the Ghicago
Eye and Ear hospital today of
Wpund receivedjn street car fight,
Saturday night. The fight was
started on a Wells-Sheffield car
by Hearst newspaper wagon driv- !
ers, three of whom were arrested.
"I wouldn't try to be a fool,"
exclaimed the angry party of the
"'Huh! You don't have to tryi"
THE TRAINED MOTHER. '
Here's a new profession and a
new school, the profession 'of
trained motherhood and a. schofil
to 3o the training.- New Yorkihks
the iirst and only one. , -,
yhat do they,teach"?
The first fyear the pupils, learn
to take scientific j:arepf Very little
babies, both well and.sick, and to
mak'e their tiny garments. They
also learn s,tory telling. Thifjk of
"thatThey become familiar with
games and ottyer simple amuse
ments. - '
r TJie- second year they, take up
hygiene with special reference' to
the kindergarten age, child study,
the wofk of the trained nurse, the
principles of -heredity, 'and the
routine of day nursery work..
The third year they get deeper
in to. the study of hygiene with
eminent physicians to lectureto
them, and then venture into, the
field of mental life from infancy
This is learning "mothereraftl'
. Probably it will bea goodthirig
for the fortunate kids who get
the trained mothers, though there
have Deen some very good moth
ers in this world who didn't nave
such advantages. It is to be fear
ed, too, that the, new school will
turn out a lot of fine' trained
mothers who will never tiaye any
babies to mother.
Itis doubtful if there TV0uldj.be"
any more homes or husbands. if
every young -woman were school-7
ed in mothercraft, but there might
be some happier and healthier