8. Don’t let your home be, as so many modern homes, mere places for the children to room, get their meals and turn in orders for new dresses, new suits and luxuries.
9. Help us to get more police women. Aid in teaching the men who trap young girls to be afraid of the star on a woman’s breast.
10. Help spread the English language among foreigners, and so protect the foreign girls in our midst. Urge the formation of legal employment bureaus, so that girls can be placed in good places with decent wages and their environment inspected.
Commandment No. 3 Miss Shontz emphasized particularly.
Illustration: Mary Cassatt (1844-1926). Mother and Child Reading 1914