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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TIUItsn.YY, NOVr.JjllKH IS. ISIS I I ES FOR GIRLS' FALL Mothers Too Busy Attending Clubs, Theaters and Card Parties, Says Clifford Roe at Purity Congress. MIN. -EAPOLIS, Mlnn.; Nov. IC department of recreation to ombat the evil influences of the dance. halls in all cities; federal laws jfovemintr livorcF' and marriages of an Inter Mate nature; a congress of newspaper ir.en to discuss methods of Kovernlntf the lLs.eomlna.tlon of news relative to i ho white slave, traillc. were amonp recommendation.0 offered ly Clif ford G. Itoe of Chicago, in an address before the International Purity" con- xr:sa which closed here Wednesday night. Mr. Roo is the president of the American bureau of moral education and r.iA appointed a delegate to the rontrre? by Secy, of State Wm. J. - Mryan by authority of a Joint resolu tion of the federal con'res. The Bubjeet of Mr. I".oe' address was "White Slavery and tho Best M thod3 of Dealing With the Evil." "The term 'white slavery' has broadened greatly in recent years," lie ?ald. "In the past, efforts to deal with th social vil problem were mostly regulative." the speaker continued. "Within the last seven years a new method of dealing with it hns been adopted. A Kcientlilc study has brought about the adoption of the at titude of constant repression as the immediate method and absolute sup pression of commercialized vice as the ultimate ideal. Parents to Jilame. "Neglect by the parents in bringing up their daughters is a hit? factor in the making of white slaves. Mothers aro often too busy attending clubs, theaters and card parties to lind time to look after their children. Fathers have a keener interest in their prop erties than they have for the welfare of their daughters. They lot their ehildren ;;rov up like the weeds in the prairie, to care for and look after themselves." Farms and homes throughout the country where refuse may be. extend ed to unfortunate women are to be established by the World's Purity federation under whose auspices the i-ongress is held. Five members ! th organization were appointed this afternoon to study conditions amontr these women and to establish the refuses. Funds for the enterprise will be raised by the committee, which is composed of the following persona: Arthur I. Farwell. Chicago; Mrs. S. Cairns. Minneapolis; Miss Lll llan Orace Topping. Fargo, X. IX; Mrs. Elizabeth It. Grannis, New York, and J. Ralph Roberts. Labette, Kas. A Purity congress will be held" at Kami us city in November, 1914: This decision was reached late Wednes day. The next regular congress will bo held in 1915, but the location has not yet been decided. School children over the entire country are asked to contribute ten cents each to assist Anthony Cum stook of New York to carry on his crusade against immorality according to resolutions adopted Wednesday. . . i how i ney are requested 10 iorego f-venhig at the moving picture show for that purpose. POULTRY ASSOCIATION WILL BE INCORPORATED Arrangements .Made for Show in ,Juii uary at Meeting Held Wrtl iictlay Night. Arrangements for the poultry shotf to be held in January were discussed :tt a meeting of th directors of tho South Rend Poultry and Pet Stock association held in the office of Atty. Fred Gabriel in the Jefferson build ing Wednesday night. The association will be incorporated under the laws of the t.ite. Judge Northrup. of New York, will be the judge of the exhibition. As one of. the most prominent and ex perienced mtn of the poultry business in the country, Northrup is fully ca pable, and the members of the local poultry association consider them selves fortunate In securing his ser vices.. There will be a debate in the city i-ourt room on next Wednesday night. The question will be. "Resolved. That the Asiatic Fowl is the Best Purpose Fowl." Atty. Fred Gabriel will dis cus. the negative side of the question PATENTS An Tradi Marks Obtained In nil Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. OLTGCH, Roistered Patent Atty., 711 Xl Studebaker Bid.. South Bend. In VER of 3T The force of habit has a tremendous power. No ordinary calamity of emergency can withstand it. Try doing some one thing daily for a year and observe for yourself the extent of Its power. The habit of saving is a good one, and will save you from many a salamity. This bank will help you. AMERIGANTRUSTGO, L 1 j On Savings. 1 NT MA B 4 Perfect biscuit perfect delivered At the grocery store you will find many varieties of biscuit baked by National' Biscuit Company. Each variety of biscuit sweetened or unsweetened whether known as crackers or cookies . . wafers or snaps . . cakes or jumbles is the best of its kind. The extensive dis tributing service of the National Biscuit Company extends, from Coast to Coast. This ensures a con stant supply of all the perfect biscuit of the National Biscuit Company being de livered to every part of the United States. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL. BISCUIT COM PAN.Y Always look for that name and Atty. Pattee will hold up the af firmatlve end. The directors and incorporators ap- pointed at this meeting were W. H. jmiuif u til in is iutH-iiii,H writ" . 11. Cordier, C. E. Pettee, J. S. Chapell. r. c. Gabriel. J. II. Avery, C. M. Bill. J. S. Karlon, C. ix Feldmier, and E. C Martlndale. 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My Lest refenmc la the fac that I am reliable and hare proven that I am successful. All patients calling: on me are assured PlUlSOmiXi ATTENTIOX. X do not care how Ion you have suffered nor who haa failed to cure you. Come and hav a ta'.k with me FTtEE. WILL CELEBRATE T I VERSAHY The Westminster Presbyterian Church, Which Was Dedi cated Five Years Ago, Shows Remarkable Growth. Next Sunday the Westminster Pres. byterian church will celebrate the , tempt to force the administration cur fifth anniversary of its dedication, i rencv bill through the senate by 'uay The pastor, ilev. II. E. Ilostetter, will also celebrate the tenth anniversary of his pastorate of the church. Remarkable growth has been .shown by the church membership eiriee it organized with 4 7 charter members. May 11, 1S9G. During the 17 years since it was founded it has increased to over 600. Development in the Sunday school has increased at a similar rate. The dedication of the present church was made five years apo, Sun day. The present church occupies the site of the old building. The building1 cost 530,000 and is equipped with every modern convenience and has a capacity of over 800. A committee consisting of W. O. Davies, S. E. M. Coulter, E. C. Whit comb, Ij. P. Hardy and A. D. Turner had charge of construction of the church. Rev. W. K. Shirey and Rev. H. U. Ilostetter were the only two pastors. Rev. Mr. Shirey left five years before the present church was dedicated and during the past ten years Rev. Mr. Ilostetter has been pastor. Messrs. Whltcomb, Hardy, C. R. Ringle, Coulter and J. J. Kenyon were elected and ordained the llrst ciders of the church. Since the first officers were selected other elders chosen aro R. F. Cook. R. P. Kizer, W. S. Coulter. Nelson Gal braith. U O. Gllli?, G. W. Gastil and C. H. Mlllhouse. Of the elders before mentioned S. E. M. Coulter is now an elder in Presbyterian church, St. Louis. R. F. Cook is an elder in Presbyterian church, Indianapolis. The board of deacons has included Messrs. Blake, Reyrer, Rrodbeck, Col lins. Coulter, Eller, Galbraith, Gillis, Kizer, Eerntf, Marcellus, Nelson. Sackman, Sigerfoose, Trager and Woyahn. The present board of trus tees is composed of L. C. Whltcomb, president; A. E. Reyrer, secretary; Ij. O. Gillis, treasurer; L. I. Hardv, A. H. Neuwerth. W. C. Jackson and Will iam Clem. The present officers are: Klders Nelson .Windsor, Ij. P. Hardy. R. P. Kizer. C. H. Millhouse, L, C. Whitcomb. L. O. Gillis. Dr. W. M. Cook. A. D. Youngr. C. E. Crabill. Deacons A. E. Beyrer, P. E. Woyahn. J. F. McClave. S. S. Gill, C. M. Sigerfoose, J. C. Harney, A. A. Dodge, Edwin Steele. PREDICTS A COUNTRY WIDE PROHIBITION Govs. Hodges and Hanna Are Princi pal Speakers at Anti-Saloon Convention. COLUMBUS, O., Nov, 12. Pre. dieting that a resolution prohibiting the traffic in intoxicants ss beverages In the United States and all territories under its jurisdiction soon' would be adopted by congress, and declaring that "If I am governor of Kansas. I will immediately convene the legisla ture in special session if necessary, for the purpose of ratifying the amend ment," Gov. George II. Hodges of Kansas. Wednesday night threw the fifteenth biennial convention of thi American Anti-Saloon league into an uproar of applause. Gov. Hanna of North Dakota, an other speaker, gave statistics to show the prosperity of his state under "pro hibition" reign, and said the "brewers year book" showed no consumption in his state of their manufacture it 1911. Gov. Hanna said however, that some intoxicants were used in North Dakota, but that the consumption was so small that there was practically no profit for distillers or brewers. 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Shafroth and Hollis in support of the administra tion measure despite their votes against some of its provisions in the committee. These six democrats have virtually agreed on a bill which meet3 the views of Pres. Wilson. This measure will be taken before the senate as soon as possible, A further attempt to swing Sen. Hitchcock of Nebraska in line with his democratic colleagues was made in a meeting of democrats of the com mittee after the conference, but Sen. Hitchcock insisted that he could not reconcile his views with the demands of the president. Thursday the full committee, democrats and republi cans, will meet, and another attempt will be made to secure an agreement among a majority. If this fails it is probable that the democrats and republicans will make a unanimous report on those details of the bill which all approve, and then submit supplementary reports show ing the senate their disagreement on the fundamentals of the bill. The re publicans and Sen. 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