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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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lem facing civiliatlon is sex hygiene,
and the most important service in
the fight on vice can be rendered by
the parent in the quiet of the home
by proper instruction.
More inquiries come to me from
anxious parents on this topic than
any other subject of child care and
development, and I felt that the se
ries I have written for The Day Book
would be negligently incomplete un
less I reminded parents of this sol
emn duty.
If you forget everything else I have
said do not fail to remember 'this:
Give your children proper instruc
tion in sex hygiene.
To help parents who are troubled
in this respect the following books
may prove of great value: "How to
Tell the Story of Life," Self and Sex
Series, by Mary Wood Allen, 'and a
pamphlet issued for seven cents by
the Seattle Society of Social and
Moral Hygiene, Seattle, Wash.,
called "How My Uncle, the Doctor,
Instructed Me in Sex Matters."
Inquiry at your local library will
give you the names of many more.
This is a matter of supreme im
portance if you are to mold your sons
and daughters into strong, whole
some, harmonious characters.
(The End.)
Parents wanting to knowe
more about temperaments of
children and how to tell their
character signs may find the fol
lowing books of value:
"The Self Instructor," by
Fowler & Wells.
"Heads and Faces," by Nelson
Sizer.
"Character Reading," by Jean
Morris Ellis.
With an enrollment of seventy-four
women and one man, the, first suf
frage school In the country has open
ed in Baltimor"
NO TRIMMINGS FOR BABY'S
ROBE THIS SEASON
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By Betty Brown j
Fashion decrees the simplest
things for babies no frills, no .ruf
fles, no trimmings. r,
An exquisite bit of baby 'finery is
this christening robe in sheerest
French lawn, with finely tucked yoke
and just a little of the most delicate
hand embroidery. When I tell- you
this slip is from the magazine Fash
ion. Art and designed by Gabruder
Masse, the Lucille of the baby world,
then you'll know it is a christening
gown worth noticing.
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The island of U has the shortest
name of any place in the world. It
is near the southern coast of Chosen,
which once was Korea.
Glasgow provides . its policemen
with warm food and tea when on
duty at night by electrically-heated
plates In signal bpxes,,
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