In 1914, every man and woman of every civilized country should feel a deep personal interest in the reduction of infant mortality. In the name of humanity this should be true of Jamestown, where it not only affected the happiness of the home but the welfare of the city and the future of the race. On July 1-3 there would be exhibited in the State Armory building, charts and illustrations dealing with the proper care of children to which every mother should devote some time and consideration. A great percentage of the babies that died the past year might have been saved had proper attention been given to three things. First - the proper care of the future mother; second - the proper feeding of the baby; third - the proper sanitation and ventilation of the home.