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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta e Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman SHALL BACKWARD DAME DECREE FOR JUNE BRIDES-NEW DESIGNS FROM PARIS PUPIL BE HANDLED She Is Frightened of Her Teacher and Mikes Little or No Progress in Nwded Between the Mother and the Save Much Tiouble. Xvr.Esjn 1m So-Called Failures SO ,ia t arc as- they aiT. tu ior-s e--jih uLforiunatc results afternoon At U-t, in j. -uuV. r.i l hrr ir.o tier's ht r ovsn no'., ones, ?he t d. iv.e rJ LO r. truke me r-n iho part they rcjl of parent The moths r was ,tn the L'aM.-r lu-'jjeho'd allowed to carrv il vhitu'rt'a sr by AU e i cc? vr [y r. t o j K mperair.r nt. (uvfiVxciL It Such only in Ihe at- v! honor in j of sjrr.paihy.j thai j TIJLCfd nrdtr I'tc (if nwmM hcn-fl aUvortiiiccs. jnd ciptctoj lo conform I to ruVs w.Vre r.o c.asifcitv or u, front iirW. r.u-r for n-tds rxUis, ni jn'.erftrv with the nr-- p. atrdUy uf tKK-hfrf. Yet. here was inn---j for w.ts an jjLxv, who. until cifc'hl months i Ail j bright, as those who Kr.cvt ln.3 a happy. hc.Uihj girl, jhvr Ir, happy fiiToucdiRM recognized evtrjthics that came her ubjfvi terror ef a teacher who i.oiv FhoMf unmUlaVablc of utif rl> mirjr.dc-fs-tood her jtal tuff :LE uci! of phy- s.dl erndt, iiUon, iS'ncp hor List pro- ruction, htr life had torea little Hum uau did ISums you for she UUL mamma. I can't hflp U, rijJly I can'L hap- PCILS, ami I Jjst jump around c-r say sonjfthinj; btforo i think." 'Well ion try hard to-day, and she uon'l whip Vm Fiire she- won't whip yod if you're good." 1 -But I don't know my spellings, mottur. I j'JEl couldn't Jeam Ihe.T. O molbtr, don't maKe me zo." nevrr mind liif I'll a note to Miss and I-.LT Ln fxniHo you. She'll c-rtainly do that- Now, be a brave snd run alocg." As tfce child was "brave Kirlie.-1 fhke iht rnoFi -of humane with dried her and hrr hi r trcrnulous frama t'T.ULpptd witb nrxny and very little breakfast. Her "Exam." Paper IN June. vrhPn examinatic.i day ar- rjved, Susly's papers were revelation lo the presiding examiner. A few KiM answers here and there, much blarA Epace, and some pathetic lillJa c.ttcoiptE to set diTvn raadom and unrcTated iatas In tee toUl- of marks, of course, she was Eccred a failure. tint there Is much crowding (n cverj room of larse schools, acd cor.sSdorinj: the general features 'of cose B-JSLB was "recommended." or, to be explicit, jfhe iron l.-r c tt'l f -conf :d er.r e. a nd of. m r, n p fly-al-cm. wiih tiit nioro abililj to itarn than trie (if ?ire to be quiet and orccrly. thirty-rlcven nihir riu'dren In room, it -ilmfist for I a teacher Tif.i'iz? tr.Jt her own pir-- has kepi a child like Susie FMr.ns anake thrnuzh untold itf suffering; thai !t not oted.encc. but want tlotp wh'.ch htr around in her seat and difmrb near and that hrr frcri'Jir.t. almoners from are due, not to parental, bin to th-11 e'fccl of the teicher'5 nin nature, rr-ict- on a rfrlirate orcanlfnt. The dif- ficulty pf course, 3s 10 recognize and to act Wifely, btfore it is. loo late. Need Specific Guidance "shoved along" into the ailhougti siie bad very UUIe _ of the previous star's Ihere are pupils through the motions" of. school, who -never really pass from _on.- srade to another, on their own merits, but who, alter ycai% arc "recoromended" for a higher and thai with prospii cf up to thejr fclloir-pupj tn some catfs, the tncutai yrasp is u _ doubtedly limited; in any case, their chance is the fortunate co-incid- a teacher who will individual snce of meeting understand and stance. The very best teachers, of- course, ire the ones won possess this special- izing power to a degre-e. But many children have Ijccotne confirmed Iruants; have drifted into loafing or occupations; or, at best. become or factorv" hands.- long before tho brightness of as of honor such in the Baxter household is cer- on penerai (innciples, but carried oul !itcrali> it Ls apt to over-rldt the fact that rc-n are at the mcrcj ot their ear- roundiag-. that they are sure to uci-d specific guidance The remeci> 1 courses are obvious, though ottcn uiisafe or im- Eithtr to remove ths .child frc-m the fihixrf, or to w.ith the teachxr. The second is aomelimej fmught terror to a boy. ''Shed onlj get back at me before ail the one child cried 10 Suffragelles Now Organized With Hailing Signs, Weird Rises of Initiation Disillusioned Girls Afraid to Betray Their Leaders Secret Terrors Plot to Kidnap Minister. T1 his mother. go ti to sf-a her, 111 ruti awaj and neier ome bsrlL." This threat an and at ihe tame time, reveals the mostly and gruaUy txagger- ated- lhat ezlsts f n an ovtr- 1 wrought iJea of teacher l her actual attitude toward him; also, ii reveals the gulf he c_t- hi? home and Ills school 3fodtl of liberty satin and slashed skirt cud potnlMJ Deep sguore i tritfi Surely the rk not oniy ol keeu- inp ehSldicti it school, but of krow- ing tbat cor.dulons inert are and moderately congenial should devolve ujmn ilu parent, 'juite ax much as any other form of puar- diansJiip] Also, U is the rtirret of teachers sencralls that their lime an1 strtzigth HmLt them Irom any know- ledge uf many pupils ouisWe, ov home -life. What a world of pain iroiM have been spared rmill Susan had the mother made it her basintss, in a quitt, lacllul way, 10 have fifteen minutes frltndly intercourse with the teacher that not only could the teacher get a glimpse of Susie's inner and feehncs, but also so thai the mother interpret the teacher Lo the chUd, Such an u-idfr5taniUn5 uould ct-rtainly tended to quiet llie frirhtrntd hcart-hcaiE, as welt as to alleviate .1 temporary -moral that so ufttn mars the dtvelojirner.l of an entire LADY TARRINCTON, BEAUTY AND HORSEWOMAN A YOUNG ARTIST GIVES SIX RULES OF GRACE Distant Manner, Little Speech, Studied Gestures, and'Ijow- ered Voice Among Them. --w 7 v NADA. thi artist, who is thought the T'driiun do'.Lncator uf the btautiful Imc.t of ttomcn, bis women Admirers in Ihi? 's La Vic II e jr e u Fon-ie pood a-lcftfc on the tulU-.atton it graceful- ness. (Jratc. hp atsxrSt, is nul ircrely a gift of naturv. !l is at'o .1 complete science, whkn cktry tan should stutiy, do htracif rtal Jus- tice. In to ihy who hold thi-s JCJT'S fashionable Mlhonptte lurked piwu of Ihc Jr.urtistLc, N.itJ i that r.o can (21! to bu graceful It Ehe f.iHov.-s 5it rjlsa: V.'hcn in torn pa ny rather a umoio ,iir, Dont show too tJSfr Inltrcsl Ln t'iy. il bo thought thai ycjj arc (nly succeeds st well sa Jlv at you preciyc all, the intrny of grjttr vtrsAUvn. When at table, r.ilhcr than iMt v ith sl-JrtltO stuns, to as to show c.ff tin- lua.O and arm. Vi id eUmn ,it h in a tiox ot hive iiy slnlftrf al rrom Hmc to This mo.emtni of' ctcsc to ifia is -a T ADV TARHINQTON and her belong to tlic ricb set of the nobility. Tho Viscount baa fine hordes and ami racing as his ehlef hobby. Tarringtr.n Jg a bcnuty, nn'l Tihrrlngo Bicanor Souray, She 13 not very partial ru In society bolda lierscff afoof from Ihem. The Viscount -ntn pr -joiirt hf wss n pace of lo Queen Violorii liaoi Kins EriWd from 1901 lo 1310, v.hcn he was married at the aEc pound of yojr imen part of their charm as soon as thty ftprn Ihe ,V uf half n pitch, low beir.r may he cry lutk wo-iblf. ami Is infi- nitely sjdurUe the (U c ruks in ihe mart nat-jral the cffnrt ptr- ln Vrr K (fforl be rivrnloi] by of Inhaling tfic flower4 or IiuUfr.'4 a to your Hpn, btlttr c-i-.o ir ijp go hick lo mother I mturc." ;j fi '-rdrr to -UUIn to (hr maxinn1 EXQU15ITE BRIDAL CO5TUME fOR A JUNE Model 07 prut c-hormcusc and rtadcd net. "DANCING MEANS HEALTH" -PAVLOVA A, 5MART 1 DPC35 57 PMRY net stryc, icith linen lyraliy, should follow some form of physical culture the syste now in he puts first that ol Mrs. Wai's, who, izttl the s.ilons of Rome, iad ilitn J'.irii- Iltr mcdioJ slid ffjurlsh's hiTo. white the is sources i-t beauty, undt-r ihc tjf C-iprf. In Mjpp'irl (if bU views -A-onitn In French .10- (.Uly. snch as the Goeffulhc. who cf thf most dls- c-iplf; of MM Wntts, the Comleefce Kll'snrit? de and the Mar- t.tiiso ftiio made a found study of rhythmic gymnastics as well us of ind nho regarded as amontr the mdst graceful PI omen in I'arln, Mrr.e, Guy nic! nlual. With hailing-.SVJDS. ords, nolrd rites of inilbtUon, and crucify anil app-'UHnsly L-oinplele txitbs of obedience. of all types knoa- peril of dnviiiK-any- pollUcal mtnt underground. For good: or for evil, however, this has already In jlhc of tho niill- ,ant That Is why the [Jritl5h the movement 50 diffteult to grapple with. They cannot the centre, of ration. kr.ow, ot that the qcri'B KociAl and Union hns ceased to be any thing but the oat- ward, sirr: d a hidden mili- tant spirit, but they vainly >rivate houses, sh'viow RirffraKOtte eaders. Qr pounce on artists' studios 'or evidence. The whole s enehrlncd in n, s-xrei conrUve. fimllnr lo the Ixxly lhat controls nic Interests in tho older coun- of WJiropc, anJ it with every effort they r.ixke lo strilffl It to riust. Keeping the Secret iMK PRO I found myself al a recup'ion ii the house of-A well- wn UriUsb novpbst mid. Quite by accident, one of a party rvf well-known nihuuit My presence ipjxireiiily' unnoiiccj, and the nomo of the' actual majiufacturcr of the mitfragfrtte boroba T.OS openly men- i'.oned ani It was name a public man wfto knoivr. in America a .college mm who has things as a simian of science, >et from thf.t'dai lo this everyuody has kept tli of no: once has a editor found a disillusioned rtady to comt forward and, undtr her 7iamt> pen an arikle "How I uas Yet betrayed hundreds o.f Hrttish gtrls have been. They ha "j buen UMd mere pawns by rnlddlc- women, ami Mien cjujgbt by the whtpnod by rawn fnoir it. '_5 lucie NVithltisr but HWy and ihe terrors of a s-i sltni. 'llicy hwo d .yiA caii aside rwblufrtj. of tin-in bnAv actually bcuu torv- to emigrate to Uie United Canada, urd Agptnilu, lu a Jrcsb aturi In 'Jfa. The truth be. seized by a of- in Lhi garb of an then taken "tth landcufffl on hia to n. barn. -A "cMirUot-iastccT woa-to Vo rijrgod theC'AHnct Min- ister piaiieU in tba dock, and a sulemn innck trial on- lirtacli ot faith.catxlucled, ,-V leodjng-W, S P. tT, otflclal and tho Jury U> -Cixisisi pririCifvaJty of snf- frngcufs who had already im- priEonnnenL verdkiti'wna, of, course, to he an emphatic gtiirty. Ecn- tenco. ihc-aevtre ccotof totco jtnal th'mk H indignant merir ban- betn Irandcdi for life wllh stain oC jaH nti indchblo l without cbamcter, occupation, with every bit of itputaijon forfeit. knon- why they did JL" said a fpmous member of Uic British Parlia- ment to me jtsionlay afternoon- rr.ear.s hwlih. d perfect health." thB firm con- to iS" vict I on of one of the i eel dancers i hat Europe ha3. iver J'avlova, who baa taken all the principal ciipllals by i storm and has broken more masculine -s hearts via the footlights than proba- bly any stage star now alive. She Is now at the Palace, Theatre In London, usualjy mis in rooms crowded with roses, looking very florul and (ragrant herself in her white flower figured j muslins ar.d her roso pink ddnclnc Dancing Ihe and the cays Anna Pavlova. "It pro-, duces bodily and spiritual health. Of] course. I realize that rruny gymnastic r ettrcLscs are for boOlly dtvclop-i menl and for Rencral health, hut thtro, is always a tendency with exercises of a violent criAmctcr lo produce ab- normal Tremendous are of (en prod uc til in the .iml the shoulders. Tlial In not btfiMllful 11 Is not even natural BeEidPS, such develotuncnt In particu- lar parts of the body not make for general healthiness "I lifiVfl kno'-s n llttie tbllJrun in Il'.i.i- >tfler unrlcrgoing u system of gym- exercises ;it nchooi. aoj nbnoririrtl muscle which has pnictiu-.lly L threatened lo become a dclonnlty. And, then we Iiave taken the children slopped their and eel them! U.incing imttl .ill their bodies have becomt Ms- sons and proportionate And graceful with the beauty of perfect All this means strength. .A that Is built and developed In perfect 1-avc Just diacovertil It. They got .46 up in Jail Lheir but s rose Secret a-nythine be more 'foe fact about the of salary quite corrtct, but tho (nftrence lucky you have H'hat was to be pft the unfor- t r morning room Orcek iar turns around hare fooled with a larg? her head to on lain Ihit Ua :k and neck perfect rhj thm in Max. owes a lar of charm (willing litr to Iirr exorcised and which ilmp- pan in A olio would be thoroughly gracehil rnupi, first of ;i11, MSS N'.ida. tee litr foal IR 10 cAtry the nf her boflj-. He htch heeli, thfil the t'U il fojlwur fihoijiJ fac Gfcd: frflcti eeen in portion must inrt supple. ''Anybody who suffers In ctitldhool! from a wei-ik heart naturally could notl following the dancln? life. A df-fecijvcl could. nol sOind the etrain. or. I might entiure the exaltation. Hut k chlH Is sounrl ni heart dancfnK will bring soul and body into perfect polac. 'Have you ever noticed the younge-it cMWren they arc she aakeO. 'When a child very happy c.innot heep It'stlH. ft liercunci [rnmcrtlMely nn dnnrer. 1i dn-U In dfincing a natural expression of ioy. Tftq Instinct ti n natural In thk, In m-iny oilier child nuy eul'le Ui titroush iilo." av tunate aJler receiving wa-t not stntcVd. tliiR agitation for .1 vote i is bnt the thin of the linn )f Feminism beginning of tho aai-enaKraclns v laSfto whether j men and women art! nsturaljy, -socially. and ethically (-qnal TVirwlty the frayo hitslnesa la selllcd U is agreed that Uiis wider probkm of povfer aiid position of vwnen in ttic ftrtin-c to rfvlsc'3 Then the whoJe O'Jcsiton of the iwtionnl ripMs- morale nnd c.runis the sexes Iiave to ,bo facedj Xo wonder declaro we arc on tho of a oulhrcttJc In Kngianil of a most rtrpas- ttcniB set war! LATEST FASHIONS FOR PARIS rmhi'itial'Sc- lncrnli jalil llnucrlc ana Idc r< n! Ihr- jn-inrcr 1'nrlrlvi "fimarl wtnrini clo- dictus nlih riljUon Jii'l jarasoU l-j malcK ;