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Grand Traverse Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1918, Traverse City, Michigan Friday May 24, the press traverse pity Michigan Pate 8 social service director gives pointers of vice Elimina of organized vice should begin in Home. Health Board ready to act a rent. A. The one who must As for the Ideal. Moral of their children. Of of of the social Servic the state b health believes that the first step in against organized vice the elimination of Ven Prapai eases should begin in the Home miss. Ostrander for several years As connected with Hull House in Chicago and had two years experience 6 woman in Dayton. A very evident facts women hesitate to acknowledge. We All know them directly or indirectly however and we Are be coming yearly More ready to admit them and assume our just share the responsibility in meeting them and overcoming their Long line o hideous said miss Ost Rander. The greatest of these age old monsters is prostitution. It crept into our social life so Long ago that no one knows when or How. We do know that today it exists in every com try and among All sorts and conditions of men and must be reckoned with. It furnishes the world with More filthy and hideous diseases than All sources combined. It. Gives us most of our Blind and deformed children our feeble minded men and women. And our drunkards. It furnishes the Market where innocent girls and boys Are bought and sold to satisfy the lusts of Mankind. It makes necessary More asylums and institutions than All other causes combined. With prostitution goes every form of mental physical and moral degeneracy All of which Are taking tax Money out of the pockets of honest citizens to support and maintain. The prostitutes of which there Are Many More men than women Are children Brrown up. They have All had mothers and fathers. They were All As inno cent As the children you see every Day on the streets of your town. They Are the unfortunate ones who came under the Socia conditions which we As citizens allow to exist All about us and they were too ignorant and too weak to make the fight. Someone asked me where the fight against prostitution should begin. The answer is in your own Home. Prepare your own girl and boy to make the fight. In spite of your Devotion and they will he subjected to the same conditions and temptations As every other girl and boy. The Only Protection any child has against the temptations of life is from within himself. You parents Are the one-3 who must assume the responsibility for the ideals and for the morale of your children. Our debt to society. We As individuals Are perhaps More alive to our responsibility to wards society just now than at any time for Many years because of conditions surrounding the Encampment the boys in those encampments Are our sons and husbands and Brothers. The women who Oprey upon them and the men who corrupt them Are hurting our own. It is no longer an Imper sonar condition existing somewhere it is Here. It touches us directly. Our sons Are their victims and our Daugh. Ters the wives of those victims. Their Blind or feeble minded children will he cur children and our grandchildren. These Are not pretty truths. There Are soft words to describe these things. They Are the truth however and they describe conditions Verj close to our Homes. What will juju do about it the state Board of health has undertaken to treat All cases of venereal diseases and so protect the helpless disease apprehended at the Canton ments or at any other place in the state both men and women. The social service department of the state Board of health has been instituted to organize the rehabilitation work which is necessary before any considerable number of patients can be returned to society with a do sire for a Normal life. Many most fell. Client organizations and individuals throughout the state hav6 already offered their co operation in furthering this work. Plans have b Een perfected to have each patient Given a mental examination during Hospital confine ment to help determine their final Dis position. Those who Are pronounced feeble minded will be placed in institutions for permanent detention. Problem belongs to All classes. The problem belongs to All Claasen and therefore All classes must work to Gether to solve it. Assume your full share of this responsibility now. Pro. Text your own children. Not by keep ing them tied to your apron strings but by giving them knowledge and moral strength to fight their own Viat. Ties. They will have their hardest struggles when you Are not there to protect them. The social service department at the state Board of health is ready to help you in every possible Way hut cannot do your work for you. The Best results can Only he obtained by of us working together All the Elma we Are we won t win if we waste tested wartime recipes for use in Michigan clip and save these recipes for future reference some More wheat remember that Macaroni Spaghetti crackers in general Are made of wheat savers however but should not be used at strictly wheat Leua meals. Remember when using cornstarch or Rice flour in puddings or for thicken ing sauces and gravies to use half As much As you would were you using flour. Remember that Irish potatoes Sweet potatoes Rice Squash and pumpkin Are All excellent for filling up wheat Lisa classified advertising and real estate rates one cent per word per Issue. Three issues for the Price of two. No and run for less than 15 cents. Gap. Meat substitutes the average housewife has for years prepared and served dishes which Are in reality excellent meat substitutes although she has not thought of them in that Way. By planning her menus so that one or More of these dishes will be served on the special Days the problem of meatless Day will cause Little inconvenience. Milk and milk products. A Glass of milk May Well take the place of a Small serving of beef. Use milk soups such As potato soup Cream of pea soup celery soup Etc reliable recipes for these Are found in most Cook books. Skimmed milk is Rich in protein. Use it often. Cottage cheese is one of the Best known meat substitutes. Have it for unch or supper on some meatless Day. American cheese is also an Excel. Ent meat substitute. Use it for such. Add cheese Cut up Fine to Rice kidney Beans Etc. This makes the Lish Rich in protein and uses dry bits of cheese. Eggs eggs Are an excellent substitute for meat. When reasonable in Price serve hem often As a substitute. Eggs May be boiled steamed poached baked scrambled Etc. There Are Many Sim be methods of cooking eggs look hem up in a Good Cook Book or gov rement bulletin. Nuts get into the habit of serving nuts occasionally As part of the meal at which no meat is served. Peanuts Are Ery nutritious and comparatively in a pensive. John a. Wade real estate Loans do your sacrifices now May save you from making greater ones later. Macaroni and Macaroni is made of durum wheat flour containing too much gluten to be used in making a. Good loaf of Breaul. Dishes using Macaroni May there fore Well be served As meat and wheat savers. 1 c Macaroni broken in Small 2 qts. Boiling water 1 c milk 2 t flour battered bread 1 t butter 1-4 to 1-2 in. Cheese 1-2 t Salt of g. Cayenne Pepper Cook the Macaroni in boiling salted water until tender. Drain in a Strainer and pour cold water Over it to prevent sticking. Make a sauce of the flour but Ter milk and cheese. Sauce and Macaroni. Cover with buttered crumbs heat in the oven until the crumbs Are Brown. Macaroni May be Heater in Tomato sauce and sprinkled with grated cheese just before serving. Spaghetti or terms Celli May be used As the Macaroni. Whole grains May Well help to supple ment a smaller consumption of meat. One simple Sugg Petibon 3-4 c Graham flour 2 c boiling water 1-2 t Salt add Graham slowly to salted boiling water. Cook at least 30 minutes. In Stead of serving with Cigar add chopped dates. Nuts May also be added. This May be served hot As a lunch or dish or cold with Cream As a Irish Stew 1 la. Mutton or less 2 c potatoes qut in cubes 1-3 c carrots Cut in cubes 1-3 c turnips Cut in cubes 1-4 c flour 3-2 Small onion Cut in slices seasoning same As beef Stew. Serve with dumplings which May be made of Corn meal. Club sandwiches two 1 slices Toast 2 leaves lettuce 2 slices Bacon cooked 3 t chopped Chicken cooked 3 t salad dressing 4 Olivee 2 slices Tomato 1-2 egg hard boiled on one slice of coast place a lettuce Leaf cover with 1 slice of Bacon 1 slice Tomato 1 1-2 t Chicken. Cover with half the salad dressing Garnish with hard cooked egg and Olves. Creamed Chicken 1-2 c chopped cooked Chicken 1 t fat 1 t flour 1-2 c milk f. G. Salt f. G. Pepper make a sauce from the fat flour milk and seasonings. Add Chicken and Cook slowly until Chicken is heated through. Serve on Toast or wafers or in Tombal holds. Front offices second floor Mikesell building 219 e. Front St. Traverse City Michigan i will be Here with you the lord willing and no prevent ing Providence god bless you neighbor next week with an article on conditions incident ally calling your attention to some Good real estate invest ments i always have and also mentioning the fact that Money editions Are not stringent proving the same to you by stating and proving what i state that i have All kinds of Money for All kinds of Loans provided Security is Good and sufficient in my judgment. John a. Wade i n i. F a wanted washings 255 e. Truth Street. Of housekeeper one who likes children preferred. Cite. Phone 3-22-3 for Sale for gasoline launch and rowboats. Also a pop Corn stand Ami galvanized gasoline Burrel. In quire of mrs. A. Mcmunus 406 East Street hot Sandwich and pop com outfit for Sale. Enquire at press office. For Sale driving harness. Call lt-402 for House. Modern conveniences. Close in. Good renter. Would consider Small farm near City in Trade. 217 w. 16th Street. For Horn. Press office. Klapet Auto professional or. Sara Chase 407 state Bank Block. Diseases of women and child Ren. Or. W. .7. H1ggins dentist Good Den Kitry. Fine preparations for painless extraction. Smith Price by gilding. W. N. Millard expert piano tuner and repairman Over 85 years experience Hannah Lay mercantile co. Both phones no. 0 Connine Connine 401 by Iii building Cit phone 123 Dray lines Ben Russell Light Dray baggage line. Cilz. Plume res. Phone 231. Bert Mcllan Light m my heavy Dray. Household goods moving n specially. Auto truck service. Phones. Cite. Office 375 res. Painting and Paperi ranging Edward Martin Painter mud paper Hanger. Estimates cheerfully furnished. A 10th St. Cilz. Phone lodges _ i. O. O. F. Grand traverse Lodge no. 503 meets every thursday evening in their Hall 221 e. Front 8 o clock. Chus. Mimnaugh a. Leutholtz Noble Graml Secretary bruises and sprains have Sloan s liniment Handy for bruises and sprains and All pains and aches. Quick Relief follows its prompt application. No need to rub. For rheumatic aches neuralgia stiff Muscles lame Back Lumbago gout strains and it Quick Relief. Generous if Zed tooth log. Linit nent kills Pat n at dreamland sunday log color clue to Hen s productivity flocks should be culled of Noh layers poultry Man avers a clue to the Lily Long abilities of a Hen is Tif forded it this time by the color of the legs mid beak according to the department of poultry husbandry of the Michigan agricultural College. The Depipi rement. Is mentioning this act in connection with u plea to own is of Birds to cull their Hocks of non Farmers is on the run. In the opinion of or. G. H. Boons Plant pathologist at m. A. C. It can be kept that Way he adds if Michigan bean growers will carefully pick their seed before Plant ing this Spring. As a result of the last two dry Sui doctor Coons declares i lie percentage of Anthracnose has been so reduced that not More than one Sam ple in 50 of the thousands Ive have examined within the past Winter showed heavy infestation by this disease. Antler Tonose is now in Retreat but if wet weather keeps up this year it can make a stand Anil retrench itself unless the precaution is taken to Plant clean seed Beans. The seed Stock should he free from weathered Beans and us clean and dry As possible. All Beans showing spots or stains should be thrown out. Loyal Obrisk of Moose to. 808 meets every wednes Day night it 8 p. M. In Odd fellow s Hall. Tor Otto Furtsch Sec y. It fairing Hospital for sewing machines Anil musical instruments. No nay plan. Address for free Consulta Tiomi 237. .1. Smith plumbing and repair work estimates or any information cheer fully Given free of charge. Kos. Washington St. Cit. I la one Cabinet makers and boat builders Johnson Vandam Cabinet makers and boat builders 312 East front Street Owers for All occasions Frank m. Paine All of these recipes allurements Are level and t equals table spoon t equals Teaspoon c equals cup f. G. Few grains f. D. Equals in room. If a Hen hns not Laid Well during whiter and Trof. C. H. Burgess declares her Lieak should be White now and her Shanks a Pale yellow. If h Hen Oil Pullet began the Winter with Bright yellow legs and honk she hns Hurt Well during the Winter and Shanks and toes us. Well As her beak will be White at this during the coming summer beginning on july .1, a representative of the College will be sent out into the state to demonstrate to Farmers How this culling can be conducted. An Appeal to co operate is being made to Farmers by the department. Bean Anthracnose on run m. A. C. Man says Anthracnose a disease of the bean crop that in past years has been the source of immense loss to Michigan you get the Job we be been watching you Young Man. We know you re made of the stuff that wins. The Man that cares enough about his future to study an i. C. S. Course in his spare time is the kind we want in this firm s responsible positions. You re getting your promotion on what you know and i wish we had More like the Boss can t . When he has a responsible Job to fill he picks a Man trained to hold it. He s watching you right now hoping you la be ready when your Opportunity comes. Out thing for you to do is to Start today and train yourself to do some one thing better than others. You can do it in spare time through the International i correspondence schools. I Box explain without obligating me. Liow i can qualify for Paul ton or in the subject before which 1 Murk x. electric i 5000 men reported and it last year As a result of theirs Slep i took was to snark and i mail this Coupon to Scranton. You i can make your Start the same Way. Glad to Lay before you f t without obligating you in any Way 1th facts the t c. 3. H you win Twining for better jobs nyouwiliglvemetheopp0rtunitv. U g b. Lemmon rep. I 201 state Bank building traverse City Midi. Electric electric wiring Telegraph Eck Moal mechanical cd Rouman machine slip Tift engine operating civil Engineer surveying and muppet off u1kk or by a noime Marine architect contractor and builder Concrete built tar structural Engineer ii Llna Sheet Metal worker iikmi8t sales Man shh advertising window trimmer show card writer sinn punter Railroad trainman1 illustrating cartooning bookkeeper Sicnor Kaplur Aid Tom Cert. Pub. Accountant traffic manager railway account Tut commercial Law Good English teacher mathematics civil service railway mall Clark at Mobili Oquim loin rape Louii in Smuk navigation pc gut occupation Street 1 Cut Carl. I. Campbell South Side druggist 320 South Union Street both phones 270 itty if at 0

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