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CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT AND
CONFERENCE AT LOUISVILLE
! J BE HELD IN BIG ARMORY
For The Redemption of the Young of
the Present Generation and Future
Generations Great Meeting
Will be Held. I
The Kentucky Child Welfare Con
ference and Kxhlblt, designed for tha
ultimate redemption of tho children ot
Kentucky, even until the third and
tourtli generations and primarily de
signed for the reclamation of these
'lilldrcn of the present generation, will
bo held in tho commodious First Regi
ment Armory in Louisville, November
Jl-30. The exhibit proper will be !n
hesslon ten days. The conference, will
!ie In session throe days, November
"o-2C-U7 nnd the conference will be
eld In the Warren Memorial Presby
terian Church, corner Fourth and
Hroadway, one of tho most convenient
meeting places in Louisville.
That the child is father to tho man
is the belie of those back of the Child
Wei Tare Exhibit, nnd to give the child
fit least an even break for health, lib-
THjS, LITTLE ;PIG
J-ZThr? tittle child
2j.' made-Irish lace
'Ifw, - 1 'a '
, 'This liltic chitd.
- Mi lit rt'dvm 5(wJinJCtos.iCitiV)i).
jrty and pursuit of happiness Us aim.
The purpose of the exhibit will be
:hovrn 'What wo are doing for chll
i.icn; what wo nre not doing for chll-
'ten; what we ought to do for chll-ui-on."
The Kentucky Child Wclfaro Kxhlblt
rganbation has bean in existence
luce last January, but Its work has
cen so unostentatious, ku nulet, so
. cbtrush e that few realize Its mag
nitudo and eeopo. Beginning the night
.cvei:,oer L'l at 3 o'clock atid last
K ten days the public will have an
"l'ortunity to juuco of tho vastness
f the undertaking. The exhibit v.lll
' held at ih. armory and will be open
1 y from in o'clock In tho morning
"itil 10 cVro'k at nlsht with tho ex
. tlcn cr Fluidity aud Thanksgiving
iy, when It will open at 2. o'clock In
. .e afternoon and remain open until
4 j o'otcck at iil; lit.
PvtrjtSlns that rolates to tho child,
. "iu li'.cuu ihu child to tho parent,
i I tc d -ali with. To epitomize, tho
Nihil II will consi&t of screens, mov
; plr'uuj, llva exhibits, model
!';.. nit iiueincnt, free clinics,
ii' ! i.'iitu.icor.i aud kitchen, dirty
'd ai.j- n ham. n.cdel playground,
i ti..tt.iii"n if the work done at tho
Ire! ? ih Uilnd and tho Babies'
.;!; r'l.ml will have a booth which
lll t- in ilui'so cf a trained nurse,
eir n i can leave their babies,
J I rush pure milk will be pro-
'Inr c ti.'Iilona end needs of Ken
u Icy (.hi'i'rcii will be shown In tho
ilowi.u pi . nuns: Health, schools, tin
MM i nil 1 1' l.nv, bctileiiicnts and edit
. ulcn.'l !... iiifiit, rouoation, Indus
' i.U fcti:, iitins, literal and lellglotts
Iff, u.umiv lire nnd schools, plillan
thic;i a"ii ti iniii.
f'lve h'uidred volunteer "explainers"
'AorUlag iu tutir-hour shiftt: will bu
well irilii'd hi the paitku.ui liaiuh
they ai'e io titieldato and will give any
inform:1 1 Uni dirtied.
Thi oillu'iii of the Kentucky Child
Wolfiu.' Iv.lir.'t aro: Mm. Morrla Itelk
uap, jitMtiUe.it; Mrs. Alfied Urnnilles,
Chi'd Welfare Conference
WARREN MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
1. Monday Morning, November 25, 10 O'clock.
1'iof. U. Iiuntoon, presiding.
AOpening remarks by the Chairman. "Foods nnd Feed In Relation
to Infants' Mortality." Dr. J. Rowan Morlsoh. Discussion
opened by Mrs. Letchnorth Smith.
B'Ticvatablo Dllndncss lu Kentucky." Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lex
ington Ky.; Miss Linda Neville, Lexington, Ky. Dlscujslon
opened by the Chairman of the meeting, Prof. 11. 1. Iiuntoon.
Monday Afternoon, November 23th, 3 O'clock.
A "l'ugenlcs nnd Sex Hygiene." Dr. .T. It. Marvin presiding.
A "Kugtalcs nnd Child Welfire." Dr. John G. Trawlck.
li "Sex Education and Hygiene." Chas. O. Blrtwell. Discussion
opened by Mrs. I. D. Seniple.
3. Monday Evening, November 25th, 8 O'clock.
Mrs. .Morris B. Belknap, President or the Exhibit nnd Conference,
presiding. Openlug Addiess by the Presiding "Officer. Ad
dress, "The Community's Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E.
T. Devlne, New York.
4. Tuesday Morning, November 26th, 10 O'clock.
"Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort, Ky., presiding.
A "Problem of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding
Ofiicer and Prof. Barksdalc Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion
to be opened by Mrs. ('has. P. Weaver, Louisville, Ky.
I! "The Wider Use of the School Plan." Subject presented by
Miss Paulino Wltherspcon. Discussion cpencd by Mrs. Coin
Wilson Stewart, Moreliead, Ky.
5. Tuesday Afternoon, November 26th, 3 O'clock.
"Recreation." Rev. Maxwell Savage, President of the Conference of
Social Workers, presiding.
A "Public Outdoor Play.' Mr. Orahnni Romeyn Taylor, Chicago,
B "Local Situation With Reference To Dance Halls." Mlfs Ruth
Sapinsky; .Mr. James Yunker. General discussion on "Recre
ation" opened by Mr. Uiaham R. Taylor, Chicago.
6. Tuesday Evening, November 26th, 8 O'clock..
Rev. Aqullla Webb presiding.
"The Public Health; How We Aroused the Stato of Louisiana."
Dr. Oscar Dowling. State Board of Health, Louisiana. Dis
cission to be opened by Dr. W. E. Grant, Health Ofiicer of the
City of Louinvlllo; Dr. J. It. McCormacU, Secretary of the
State Board of Health.
7. Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'clock.
"The Child and the Law." Mr. Roger N. Baldwin, St. Louis, pre
A "Probation as a Reformatory Measure, and What Probation
Means." By presiding officer. Discussion opened by Mrs.
Cora M. Batu.
I? -"1 he Street Child at Nigh." Night Chief Patrick- Ridge.
C "The Work ot tho Board of Children's Guardians.'. Judge S. J.
8. Wednesday Afternoon, November 27th, 3 O'clock.
"Dependent and Neglected Ch'ld." Presiding, Dr. Ha'siings W. Hart,
Russell Sage Foundation. New York. i' '
Opening Remarks by Presiding Officer.
A "Tho Work of the Kentucky Children's Home Society." Mr.
ueotj L. action, Louisville. "The institutional Vhre ot Chll-
Priest, Mr. Chas.
0. Wednesday Evening, November 27th,- 8 O'clock.
"The Dellii'iiieut ohlld and tha ITbme." Miss Sophonlsba P. Brock
lurldge. or Chicago. "Thp Modern as Compared With the
Obsolete Inntitution for Children." Dr. Hastings II. Hart, Rus
sell Sago Foundation, New York.
).kE. PfouUMhis Elizabeth. WpjgS?,i8sMattle"' i
has. Strull. Discussion opened. bjAldlag'.Offl-' '
'iNri:iiriciTirol rjf discs.'?.
ihoii euorts were awarded by an at
'ondanco or -HO.O.lfl. 'Exhibits have
cecn h;M in Kaus.i3 City and North
imptcn, Mans., situ aro to be held lu
St. Louis and Montreal. Then Ken
tucky Child Welfare 'Exhibit has re
cta cd nearly H.O&O so far, but murh
more b needed. Donations may be
sent to the Kentucky Child Welfare
t Exhibit at tho Armory.-
Tho Child Wflfaio Exhibit has been
acierued the hearty co-operatlcii cf
the Board of Health, Board of Tuber
m'obla Hospital, various charity or
f.'autratlons nnd the churches. Statis
tics have been looked up. information
ot tediuleal character furnished, re
ports on Iccal conditions iu various
branches have been submitted and tub
ulated after being verified. Tho vari
ous committees total 230 men and
women. But, as is usually the case
where committees aro appointed, a
few active spirits i'o tho work and tho
others come strong on the suggestion
end. That tho workers, the real work
ers, havo been unremitting in their ef
fcrtB Is shown Ly the splendlu results
fw st vlr-e president: ML's Ellrubot't
Walsh, tecend vlco president; Mrs. L
W. Iheitipson, secretary; Dr. Anna
Louis itioiig, director; Miss Add
Lram led, assistant, dircctcr.
V'ttciio ccmuiittcc anJ su'ocom'nlt
tees h e Leen uork ing In th.lr de-.
I'f.it.ventj and the lesulta already no
complit let! bavo teen extremely grat!
I'yl.'tK to IhiEO In charge.
Mi'cli Detsll Involved.
Tlu trcr.cndcus amount of detail
roilt at'iiched to tirli a stupendous
uivlritt ltlng can be grasped only faint
ly ly a vlolt to the headquaiters lu
lilt Anrrty. Tho enly handicap thus
f r ii ainterul U the very serlrus cue
cf i-tnr.y. The Incv Yoik thlld Wei--ire
EfhlLlt ehrws ccat f 10),OOD nnd
.yir v'lfrd Iv IWOOO, . Hio sciivfts
used thrre v.-re used In Chic:.?.', and
lu uddliicn j5Q,(hK was cs.jnMed.
and McCall Patterns
Have N.jra Friends than any other
magazine or patterns. McCall's
is the reliable Fashion Guide
monthly in one million one hundred
thousand homes. Besides showing-
all tho latest designs of McCall
Patterns, each issue is brimful of
sparkling short stories and helpful
information for women.
Sara Moncr and Kaap.la Stria by ub.
scribing lor McCiU't Magtilaaatonct. Com
only jo centi a yen, lndudlDi any one cl
lh cclcbritcd McCall ftucnulnc.
McCall Pattams Laad all olhtri in Xy'r,
fit, licnplkily, rctmniny and numlxr au.J.
Jtor dulcri tell McCall PatKrix than any
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y pi, TmUm Cmilim 4 faun QtUlfU
A great fertilizer, hwJ a linrd.v
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pasture Will grow in any coil,
even In rocky plnee.". Cun lie sown
with spring oHtp, or sown alone in
May for mcutlow, and sown In with
corn at the last cultivation. Prices
of need, nntl circular how to qrow it
sent on request.
BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky.
OVER ee YEARS'
Anyon Undlns aliolnh and description niay
nnlckly aaeartiiln our opinion fro "lictlmr an
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lionsairiaiyoDiinoantuu. iiahiiiwuii on i-atrma
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Fnlanti taken tbrooali iluim Jt Co. rocelva
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Winchester, " S:0a
h. & K. .Timet. " 8:18
Clay City. " 8:'0
Catiipton .Timet. " fl:27
Atliol, " lt):oO
K. .Timet. " 10:57
.Tiieksoiio " 1 1 :."
Qtlieksnnd. " ll:2.'i
West B nnd
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0:03 B'lt) villi .fund." 2:."l
tJ:2" Torrent, " 8:12
U : t:i Caiuiituti .Timet. " StfO
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for l.oulsvilln, Ky. Trn'li No. 3 will
iinikc eo.iui'i lion with L.tt N. at Win
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Caiiiiiton . Timet. Trains Nos. 1,2, Band
4 will make rontiection with .Motintiiin
Central Ky. to and from Cuinpton.
BeattyvilliiJiinct. Truliis Nos. 1, 2 and
3 will make connection with the I. &,
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O. K. .Tiini't. Trains No. iidally and
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Heart Disease Almost
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"Jly daughter, when thirteen yearn
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She was so tmd wo hncl to place her
tied nrnr a window
so she could get
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doctor said, 'Poor
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