Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
Suffrage Enthusiasts Will NpivTurn Their To Needed Reforms and Training Women to Use Vote _ i '_________ i VI____-. Domestic Legislation Will- Be First Field of Labor Laws Need Woman Commissioner for ihe "Juvenile Guardianship of Children. (t )y FERHMt. breaihed Old Man W Ontario, loanln, Ills chnlr and Wiping furrow-cil brow as They carried out ilie Suffrage "they've driven me lo It, but that oushi Lo >m quiet for a while! W ha I'll ihey nothing else tu flsht now war. Indeed, Oiioi leasou lint pot (lie vote is that Premier JlMrst wanted to prohibition and, of all the liquor Inter- est were hldcrly flB-ilnsi us. "S'ow thil have Ihft vote we will be more able to help the S'a- llonal Council of wJilch Ips lieen the 'women's-parlia- ment of Canada." And Lhe poor man didn't know thai; It LB expected ihat ihe "slandfnff coinnu'ttee on citizenship" of xhe To- [hat w.15 only ilie finish or. the pre- liminary round. Now the women of Onlarlo urt liking off llielr sweater coals and getting down 10 real busi- ness. Not a elr.gle suffrage society has The Dominion organis- ation vill, ot course, retain Its Kama and atm we have rescued Ayr benighted sister Provinces of Qtie- bfc. Nova Scotia, Prince Kdward Is- land, nnd Xew Brunswick. Almost automatically the Political Equality League btromes the Politi- cal fducailon League. Literature will be Issued and speakers secured to educate Lhe women, nt first parti- cularly alonp tha lines of "domestic1' [station. don't want lo add to the 'Ignorant said ILs Mrs. Hector Printer, ''We want to add to the 'intelligent and are meeting almost Immediately to plan for study :ind formative Council of Women, will become LI 9 most active deprirituani, The convenor of ihia is Miss Con- sl.inre BouLion. "The "reforms for Kh'.eh we, were working." svA Mrs. A. E. HUM Us, president of council, "will now be much mo'.a easily accom- plished. The feeling of all our members Is IJint we must do a. cre.it denl ot study io fit ourselves for The vote will jive the women a much deeper sense of Our council, which includes now societies and about J.OW members, will constitute o.trlle a leaven, and wt expect to accom- plish. a. sreat'deal of work-" "One point, many ot ua overlook, satd EL free -lance suffrnjpu "is Ilial in the using: of tie ballot women, too, ire going to be lerted. We aren't ana somt of ua un- A Little Slow, Perhaps, But Distinctly Novel Forrn-of Locomolion Women to Do Cooking for the British as far' ns Is known, women have The recent announcement of Ihe lint wo IT) en would be accepted for .military service as or'.the .met with ready'and willing Already; a liirge' I niiniber of glrla arc'.In'training nt tlio speclnl'vchtre nl -wlien "Law reform take the pHct 01 -'suffrage' now In our work. 1 want to blot the Word suffrage' from my vocabulary. We can now- Bet after such things as v ihe Inl- QiiUnus Child Act in regard to Ihe canning Industry. When I was out ]n the country speaking a school teacher told me of children of eight enfl nine slaying away from school to work In these factories. To evade Lhe law about having children In (heir factories they build sheds and lean-Los for the children to work In. We will also work for molhers1 pen- sions for patriotic reasons. "And are going Lo house-clean tlie word 'politics..' We will make II fit to come ir.to ilie living-room 'wHh- t out offending Lhe Young Ptr5on. Wt will remove'Its boms and Getting Out the Vole JIIK Toronto Suffrage Association under Dr. Margaret der.Oie- first fire won't come out any better than Ihe men. A Tett for Women ft man doosn't U lo vole for tun child- labor re-form Dill. He may oc- casion to eiplAin that lo l-aj" far her stilslyn anil ermine, her .Rus- sian boots and under ht must tha money hj- 'bibj flflSera in1 his tattory. "Will she give, up an exirx thousand, or so a rear packet money and straltfil? We'll aee. men don't spend all mon- the of; llieir'-Ancestors, trie pho'.o ahaws.'.are "turning themselves to something ECONOMY Rs BY 60Vt.EXPERT 'eoplc of 'Told How to Save Moiiey in Uic of Various Foods. ey they" make by Vluor- ani women are In on Ihe limelight Their honor ,1s at slake, and. not few o'Mhctu will have Ihe chance, a their men folks had berorc ihtm, oC clioo4injc between Ihe -wr ivrinkles of'sund-bajfced conscience, anil ths open-lo-lhe-Eun wrinXlea of ready planVio short-circuit the In- vote never iurr.s oui. anyn-aj-." "We will not only ifet as man; men to register as we can." sal Johnjtoce, "but ire will get in lonch with ihe foreign women of the city and extend our educational campaign 10 them. irill Trork through the Jewish societies and tlie Italian so- cieties. We will extend political education" irork ihroueh the lied societies to all Lhe women, of the clly. will el5o work through the Provincial Legislature to bring1 about reforms In the laws wo- men and children. For instance, at present a child IfiRally only one parent. would make belli and moihtr rtsponsifalc for ihe child-" The great women's petition for the vote has by no means been given aj paper lo Ihe Red Cross collec- It Is being1 held in case. In a. misguided mcment Premier Borden on his rftlum should think .tlit wo-" -Mien Ontario not tntUled to Lhe Federal vote. Then tha women, .of Ontario will unile with the women of Manitoba, and, reinforced Ijy many male supporters, descend upon that Premier and his Government, and rreat will be the faU thereof. "'But unless he the taw so -he word 'person' say, "we a.re entitled to vote In the recerai election-) is the Uw now Flar.lfi- In lha 15IJ election thft Provincial, votinp llsls were used for Ihe Federal Liquor Referendum OMEN who iiave niver been As for J "Women's here- tofore the voice of the Oasadiari1 sut- frayel, ufter some perfectly Justifi- able iiaeoms of victory. Ha colui I will now record Ilie steady, prog Xiilonal Council irf Women. "Of course, we nre strictly 11011- laid lui editor, Mrs Cdninbell Marlrer. ''We don'L waul to arty reform? just now would embarrass such as reformfi TequlUnB ex- penditures of money, 1s no time for thar. A Woman Coramiuioner of iJifc flrsi reforms which we will work will to have a woman commissioner.1c lak1 charge of the little giria who TTOW ap pear before H.IL inora men at Ibi Juvenile. ev-ii hais Iba In Jlonrreal vrhtre rliej- hartn-'t ye rotes i'or women, and the work don by Mrs. _ Henderson Jbtte i B.I1 over Canada. And ii Manitoba, ihay have a committee o ladies Lo cart Tor Illtle fore they, ever zo inlo the court. many cases I hey should never ap PMT aL court all, If a. woman caul lilte. charjte their ".A.noLhe.r thing- far wiJl be equaJ 51 cWlorsn. Alio era' penslorCf. which would be ntlle wires than th n. "We would rot inier i canning- iodnetry Air Till inoLh W for the _ present ,og thft.war, because, of course, th fruit b- In. But e pay for equtf work come. "Have w6 the Federal vote? thick, so. but, of course, mu watt until Sir Robert Bord-n pnd if he not Interpret li. 1h. way. we will Johi the O Li awn. taJWlng loan M.P. wttotold me- we -noulilTi't waitl ihe fedcnil vote became were ao many German womfm In Interested In Lhe veto pol- .said Dr. Margaret Cordon, jiTTsidc-nt of the Dominion' Associa- tion, "-.rill turn out ir> vote OD the Hl'ior referendum at the end of the Darlford Include.1! Keneml cooking. Ihe uso of field ovcne. carv- K- .The courie la'sls about ono.rnontli. I ;i 'view of one of Ihe. oTil School -where rtlie .women tiraqcliea of. military cook '0 JBXPENSE The railenJrir wtv.f tmy prepare by Lhi EVRS1 coiL- L. .real .coil-7-not ho> di'd llcori. but how.muc real Qourishnieiit secure iot ho- icb ired the money'apenU 1'la.n the ahead BO lay dovetail wiin another, and'tlie if lovers be-' aallalaclorily used In ucceedlng "that you ay avoid conirant small orders to ie tradesmen.' Renumber that the u stonier pays' for bagt, airing, nd delivery. voiil tha. expensive '.meals and tber fooili, the price of which is high i the early Eta ton ami'lowers later, y.. spring :1iimb, broHijis arly tirawberries, "early, vegtlablen. NUuv sparingly Llie'fobds'which procured more for than heir nourishment. bouillon, lany rellslies" anil cqndimftnts, many nporlfiil lioihouie- fniiis and ablca.. l'' Buy [Jnnadiin grown and Canadian manufactuff'd" 'toaaw. "Tnere-are iuw many imporletl Jams -and canned i foods on our jgrooeiV shelves. I-eave :bem tlicre and 'they fliaappearJ People with a garJen and Lhe ne- cessary lime Isisen the 'ood coat their _ own frulta and Meals also may br canned" to" Advantage-when prices. are low. f __ Fruit HOUE-GROWX. fruit .In; cheaper Ihan-any oth'er. A''i mall par- den he made -to yield "a, -great fariely. Fruit, from, the grocer .or fruit .women recruits arc'lielnfL-lnsti'iJcleM' In Jtbc oking. c- v The Players of Washington Square It Js ihe Day of the Little Theatre in New York, Is Put Before Commercial Success Actirs Work Mostly for of'IL V' A Jot .Which Tyomen Could Not Do IREES1NCJ the hifih-ijpeed ateel-.with a potlable stono, whlch-inake.i revolutions A minute. ,Thlsi Is a new branch of munition Work which n Englishwomen' are- taking up, ahd-a Joh which men by women." i. fl could not'hc done anil if it oirmot bt.me'd while' or prpjerve It before it At ihe beirlnnlnt of Lhe 'preraeh- inr fli-asan'iL is a'good plan LO out Ilie -jam. match jara and lopj, nuro Uiey are' thor-.' oughly Hnd ready for ulerjllz- Inp. und do tbrm all In one blp Job in-simd of n-aiting- imlp fnill inj'on H-ihe garden yiPldP ,lilLlc frull al ia ia made 'by Hit c'rock'- I tmd away. It la then :in y maile'r to -fill a jar or two wUh fresh fruit, fill up with P.. and Lplace It.in Ihe _on vti tule for mfat nnd coals fi nuarier Ihe money.' .Meat Economy ?HP; once a. day In dealer more became, in dealer's; itfoflla, a German vole." would and I don't BERLIN'S ARCTIC THEATRES TpHE1 Berlin correspondent of Ihe "Vftscr (Brrmrn) bis a. humorous 'ahelch of the thcalrrs up.der Ihc alrcaa of Ihc cotil shortage. JIr: writer: Berlin are havine a hard lime. Even the most ad- plays fail In imparting Trarmth lo Ihe spc-culorB. After Ihtt first net everyone maVex n msli to the cloak-room, and In the second act ITC all sit tncrc primly bulloned up in our coals and onr coat collars abaut nur cars. You hear people ray. 'This In very nice, Iml I Vi.ih I liad tone to a music-ball, where I could have wormed Iwiiinri a ctsar.' Wncn you RO lo the chemiat-'n r.cxt morning menthol or cough he a.iks you whether last evening hail hccn to Ihc thralro. Ponccrt .singers dcrlinc to fulfil en- gagements en the ground that caniiol risk Belling hoarat. There fn a. theatre In the north of Berlin a Is given in which lha chorus gfrJa appear as walor nymphs. Thtlr costume, of coiiraej la entirely suitable for trie part, but the spectators cannot help seeing the gnoeflun, nnd the greatest of Neptune's Jokea Is to ask them It they hare no coals." and cosl of what idle en hands. U la always poor policy lo buy oor fruil; not'.only Li the flavor rually poorer, hot uiwaljy the sni loney spent their de.ilrc .for artistic "valiiei. JThey are perhaps the moat individual of nil Lbe lltlle Ihtalrea' of -.S'eV York, nnd niore In- Lorcatlns liecajuae. soltly 'throiirl merit." little or no fJnanctal backing, Eccured for tbeni- ;a distinct the inp'- theatre's of Manhattan. That they successful com- la little, nliort of miraculous for Ihey iiave made, no efforla In thta direction, Sandhox theatre 'thcy'hnil niany'vlc- [eslludes, Uieir stage suddenly left them, actors' as.'they TCTC- of- many there were none nmonu" tli'eiir who' could' BSU- ncoil anil nut So :bcy e.nRagcd a Uiilo'ti'-itinu ,a's'. car- penter and 'of. course" pay liim a Union wagv. This'ivsis'a se'r- lo ,hi _ when they :tre chezp.enougb. Serve carefully at Llie talie; li Is ellpr lo aerre twice tlian lo senil (i jvh illViclVcT "tU'eni from lo'. MIC occasion. ;iiiJ Ins ser-' vices iiLovitably" making, .a of the part. That he 'was, the hieii- est paid actor in thr. company nnd therefore alioutd secure the .greater applause was! (he tHls: I'Ktfe company of nncommcrelallzeU .play- -.Tdc U'asMnston Sti'uarc -PlVyers are''only In Ilieir tblrd'season IjuL Ihey nmnuractiirc on r, large scale U'lhclr slagc' proprrtfc.i' even lliiR Ihtlr furLiiluiu ami. cosln'mai to' ollic-r eoinpiinlea. Thalr Ilie minulcal dciail, and ilieir liiisliiree-1 limns ilifferchL nnil Imllvidiial. tlie 'cYarl I "Our our niosL i to lower the i linvft sol for Ibcir Vegetable Economy 1 Lie choflprstj-lnnd'i.i vsery small ylfllOa sreat" variety. All Afresh valuable or their mineral and .some i 'good deal 'of tarbohydraifs, lejytimej" chmp pi'o- Thfrt. ia jreat opporiimuy to 'bill by .ueins more of rool: remnanla'to the "pail. Use cheaper ,cuis. pay largely' tor flavor, LendeniesF, and exccssU'c'. fal in the expeniiivc ruti.- i buy meals chiefly for" ilieir protein food value. The" cheaper round, shank, and neck .Icuta1 give for the money. The cheaper cula chopped make a Hamburg steak aa (juicily Ijrollecl noiteMiouae. Prolonged al .tlie lower lemperalures wilt make .the tough; st-.oils', lender., nnd! iJniirove. tlitir iivor.' This can be nccpinpHalietl conomlcnlly in., the" .Upulite-boJIcr when Ihe coal or wood fire sed for othfcr Ihe caese- flle or closa-covertd slone crock in coal xtovt oven when U to left Epeaks viyWly.of tbe time-when tbcyj hnvine a :muc1i .'laTKcr, but. of frlcniU comjiany than prc'vioiinly ih livlnp in-llic.vlcihlty. I able to divide and purl of their all. ,'wUhJ Inrse-BlMtl ambl- lhc four monlhs, lions anil Ideas Ip buL with 1 fiin'rls to'slarl.any such cntcr- prl5e as a theatre. [ome of [US; written plny.i" M MUs "some of us wantedVlb. act, wanted to Jo derliled that InsLcad 1 it .we- would slart suljscriplionE ly In winter, and espc- canned Muff or f-xpenslve green stuff.; Canadians nred to more al- cnllen no the cookirif ot regttahlcs. Ihey arc spoiled by or. over-cooking, or s'pasonlni. Their T.ilUc as mmt substitutes or mraL .ipprecialtd. Too fie- quently iheir valuable 'mineral, inal- our chief excuse for Iciylng hem, ii poured down Ihc drain wilh ihe cfvolfing wnler. Canadians need lo study Hie j of the Irffiimo vcgMal fll prices they lurnlnh rlioiip proleln. Split 'sup jakfd beana are not the only !o be made from Ihc-ni; f1 Iocs al Lhe pTesonl dishes arr chrnp for both meat arrf Milk Economy BCUHE the. teat -milk at pn> 5 price for the bsmes. Their Kvci cjxnd upon it, Wholo milk, skimmed milk, mil rrnitll; ror-lhc children, u o Is both more whole om? jvnrt cheaper. Cllve tHem a" trtc. s niifk'for sou] t i once eollert frbmtour.'frleii'tls." How SUrt Ww Made THKY by engaglnff Ihe' HandhoK -TJiealre for two charging only Ihey .have slaved llilrlj'-nlnn one :icL plays Lhret lon.c 'pJftvi' nncl'-lhrrc pnntoniinoB. The 'lirHciilL' to.'pro-. 1 cure onr net -plays -with (clr.nl orlfi-innlity nnd fal'infy. Ihe' Washington Kqunrc riayc'r" nf lhc problems: wllli ivhlcli fhcy'havo Lo one ncL plnya of any rial value appearing lo Ijo few (11 number. In Ibclr bills they- 'strive for a. slrlklnp; variety, usiinlly four one act playF. One perhaps of .Ihc Alice' Brown lypc of play, a'jlrnb liUlc cal-' ko play enacicd_ in; ni such wns "Triflos" anil on Ih'cJr prt- senl bill a'little' Hfc of a 'jrinltor. V 'and trifle rlsrjue, (hen 'llielr uvrc followed ,by -a lively, nlibt: or In tlie tireless cook- cenlE for.the aeat-vbiiL they were so! views of llielr pl.iys. tbal Ihey were prrr.o_rrn.ince.s before the memory of savorless Irtg even There.were only iwo.Mlarles "Buihido" Greatest tbat first Uugheil Miss liuffa- "RTcalc'sL siiccrss Jlus wln- staged with (lie .artistry. we hart to do everything M AL the end of lhc year Ihc public Spreading Flavor Over AKK a little go a loni way. Spread the flavor over >lhcr nulritioiis but more nculrnl- 'Uvored fond, C.R., mral Irish iruifiica with dumpllncs, jiiewa ivlih plenty of savory Fjrnvy, served In a border uT jiotatocs, boiled beAns, macrarcnl or.vegetables. 1 Tsc every- pan of a meat purchase.' a said Try nut the fal nol for the _____ Lablo, and UKC for showed an'.ipprccl'allou for the of It a thing: tti Impress, a- decided lo for lhc following "Hy Ihli llnic -we had lo wotk on llnf- other purpose.i: and bones for poups, and Icfl-overs for Avoid nslnp too -ilronR hoat for 'rriAallng nnd brolllnpr, niins bopca and triTnTnlngs for the roup poiT Ijeividea vast In IE ticnl. Eliminal- meal from Ihc diet of the rhlldrcn, Tlio nornwj rhJId wtU thrive belter nn milk, corrals, and cggH In place of meat. A child's appclllc what Ihe partnls make. It. Ito not feel fiorry for the chlH whose nnd milk, faker, raving salarlca, what we cnl- k-d a 'llvlnp lo nil thp actora na Ibej- hart 10 abandon (heir Indivi- dual work and EHo Bli llielr time lo II, alhl have one aclor who Is a rnrpcnlcr' she adclrd. Thla mrftenler Is nullc a ehnnvc- Icr of the Ihoalrc. for besldr.i being a carpenter nn actor Is elcctrlclfvn and ft designer noil and bas also Liken Ihc leading role In many of Ihc plnys with un- BUCCCB9, flrri look over Irre doors thnl of.K-- ror lurks In trie nhafloTr.i. of-floom poHfllf, his towers w'nerc ter-; ror.lnrkc In the ahadow.T, ,thp. ploom" anil fenr pent atmosphere of icrlinck Js nchlcved with a Ions realism and pOTfcctJon of detail.: "II H an Miss, lluffnkcr, "Pcrliflpa- Iho final ?cenc a (realrr rchcss of tragedy -thpn we' hfivc In our comris_nj.-, ws to our -ludlfncea Dial wr nro We nay Lhal we arc cTpcr-' Iniftnllnfr, lh.il striving Tor more literary nnd: A more ArtLsllA value for Ihc TlhaL thorc Is a schfrol-ln mich cTflFC rtrnhlnallon (hp, ithcatrc'.ls an, iinuaual u- ttl for tujth.