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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta e Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman RESCUE WORK AMONG GIRLS llhe World Has Gone Dancing Mad, With Every Country SUFFRAGE CAUSE IS DECIDEDLY WORTH WHILE Many Canadian Women ReMoied to Decent Living and Happy Homes by Salvation Army and Discour- aging Sometimes, But Reward; are Certain. l-ut o! ucm'.n fn rMsery est, ouaUuUft, but always a ha n't St. 1 e !u.d rU fo c L s t n. IKTOUS a nd. I haw to them t n m the HOHK la irany I 1-avr later rr tlKir ul'.r.- me what a1 brittle Jrui iluru S.MCM under Cl.r.scJ.m tvei: i ,1 brief iJiji-." TUs is the S'jrt t-f that llri. iitEtt. :ind iuJe- Kntl.siiwu-riiiii liaj de- voted to her Jf ti.c ue Hun'i' the nt AUSUSLJL avenue. Saved After Many Efforts n.d tf Lint the ihrve J her release fled ar.d ctl more, she marked 1 y rl i po! re as a hj On tht nei nr.d uf her Kriri de Arm her !n thf i-aE f.i'Ic-d, bi-t 'I.iif 5? t'oht j-, r ni' wjrj profc.-si-d c tlfort lo sei Thrf-o t thi> the fourth r OM liat tt ti- J. ihe w Jlrv l--it htr r-csc in C-inida. fcllm. KT a uhi'e with editorial -jn Army pubiifntlonj. Docs rescue ever f.iil- That il xiocs is the Fiipr-csition. ti rcret in c-isuat conversations-. In fact, it. Is an and usually lazj konmiont frum turnc louXer-on at 'ihc I'MEanlhropIcs of others: wonder what pood it does in the Ion? run." Ttat is uhrre the al- Iirrnallons Mrs. Stitt p.nd others in- terviewed by on the subject make rio'Jbi and ridicule the for ignorance. Rescuing Girls rescue of girls Is the m Ontario prospc r- ami re as i uorll.y o; il--1 toiHiipjniij rescue work do The of "i .lh- about uLi., 3i d educated, hut now allitJ :o the pitiful of eicry strieets. "V.'e hive irieii, oh svr han5. to bring them out of their 5itd she. "but thcv profess no interest in our best nnd tell U5 they are quite content to be as they arc. But we have no i ntundor.ed Some d.iy. fu e or E is yoa rs from n nv f e our mil" Ana the officer n ith htr the case to .T in work failr, you can spot 3. faiUr.i; Paid Only a Year prisons.and such itislitntior-s as reformatories offer no ad- of "rescue work" Tn any nf its Chases. Their first husl- ne53 ts to incarcerate and any efforts at real reformation arc left to outside [nnlzations. Incidentally, (he Sal- vation .Army for its magnificent work in the intCTfsts of Toronto receh es the ann-jal sum h-jndred Jol- !.irs from the Council, hal the salary of a single officer One of the mas: baffling c.is55 o. wayward c.irse to the attention of fin Anslican s-jcfal worker that the effort at effect or was not worth wiinoui u-eeks ?go. A thop of JO yc.irs of age had from three of her ins tendeacfes. and was forctd inli further immeralily to a living On two occasions she unuer infiuonces and appeared to improve, only to fall back to h of the high .Lcklns v.hich immtxliatfeiy .'ollowed? Ixittie Collins Is credited with tiartM for gj n to music. >f licjfAn the craze. In modern :Lmta ihe art of dancing has probab- y nevtr Flooded EO low as this; jet the pirjmforiiy of thr hfgh kicking was mhonndedi and troiipts Trent about all the ounlry. A" A danco It cipresacd ibisolntely notninft. One had the feuilng that thi danre.- mlffht'fud- leniy ht-r bonec, or lhat fho liven now. when Genee, Maud Allan, and Ann A have Osnclng, IhcBO arc stji] to be found In music halls. Rise of Ihc Ballet 1 ail Iho time vijien London w aa frivin er to skirt danc- CTpf'ntlr.n danctta, end high there Hill turned fc'.hly the light of the Italian forms of Tlicn camr AtteHr.o Cfenct lo itsinr" the nrt to its rlphifiil jiTacc, fc'he R lialtei "hteh than tTni-in on'I hustle into t'jTm wotidorfu] nnd great. The fienj'ia of fitnfe triiirnphcil in of ptiptiirir She al BnO costumes of Dresdtt: iliiua GxtraoriUnarlJy chauiilni; and graceful. Tu show how u'fdeJy different Iho dunce? now allracling liio one has only to mention that nt one lime in I-or.dun list se-ircn thtie were on slages tusiilfcj the lovt-Iy Wles- enthaE sisleta tl- ihince; a band of Ound plrla rt.mclng the-ir wild, Ftductivo dances; tlm great Hussion Vavtowa and Mordkfn, ami ri uicrri. wild, of a dancer, nlio mafic Kpeclator feel 'as if lie something another world. The -Apiche dai.te UMS invented In 1'aris. and Us public over the exquisite beauty ofi the art of dftncincr dEiI not Ahoul tha; lime few pnvllcge-d persons were hy manage- ment of the i'aJace Thcalrc in London' Io a performanrc Ijy a dancer who had trxide a. ctrtnin re-pulalifjn on the Continent anil liad fashltneJ her art nuon thit o( the more tcleliratnd IF ador.i Those ivho svere In llic thit memorable afternoon little gupjsrd to what of poptilarlty I ho per- formance woiii'l .ittain Thanks to appreclnllve criticism, iho London public received Miss >faud Allan v.ilh open aims. socleiy took her up the puhJic knew that iney wtro e.nfe in (hal she w.i3 n dancrr of genius Allan hifi also the dis the- Church To Incrc.-ue int fur "Voti'S for Women" iri ihe creKi.t Lubbyhig- Jiail yui.c tut cculd, hy any poisibllliy. by duaiitM doubtful, had bien l.y both iho "pros" and the not even Hie t-f KauJs had t'j forei.iist the roiult of tho tih Iston i.n In tfie Lircujn- M.Kicra a, nmjorliy of fuity-Bevrn against Iho bill must be unexiiccicdly Idrjt. The bill Itself UHI brief aiiO simple. It pryjjused to tho J'arJIoinc'iitary vote to try man uho. if slit- were a man, bo entitled to EUi.h -vote na a huuso- HT. and alto ;o eitry (bt- tiuallited iw regards rest- dencej married to a man cntltied ta rote as a hoiisc-hotiJer. U would, tho effect i-f c-jifranchlslrg sorne- il-'o six million Sotiif members, who suffrage in tl.ouqhflhat'tiic bill ucnt toi> far and prcftrred that married should ijOt bo admit- U'd -to tho .fiunvljlse un tht intrj of rcsi.d_fH.LC In. their husband's hoim-. ,Others, anaEii, thought that It did :iot so far.fimysh have bad It jnarrttd But ilie.bllHusi no vuies through thiu diffcrcnte ul opinion, t'oi all BCLtlons, w l.o ueto enlhuaiastlc Tor suffr.ifc in a-iy fottn, agreed to up their rants, and lo support ths Dickinson bill A the" rxtt' that horil Hobtit Cc-ull auil -Mr. both save i; the undurEatloa uC Fooling Ihe Women OF course, U is asserted that mili- tant tactics "are. responsible for ic defeat of the- Mil. Disgust it is said, has t'lrn- d mauy a former supporter into 'pcncnl of 'u Oman's "suffrage. To u-d U is only a 11 of uhiuh such a trivial argument that is is "all my eye memher of Parliament ho will op- ose a cause which he believes to b-j ihcrtntly jtisl merely bcrrtusij ttmt ause may. In feoni-i lie fool- hly (or uorse than foollshljj divocaied. Is unworthy of hto jic-aillou ho advocates of women's suffrage Salnied that they had promises of Bup- ort from a majority 'of members ijl -yet the bill uas de- nied by nearly half a- h-milred votta. Tiic truth is (hal manj mrmbera, uluti n the more plus tic stnge of met a uere ready enough ic themselves lo for uomen 3 uffrJia'..'- For. al election tl.M ilcige has kept man> und atcat rhich would othcrulso Ictn ioal iy its I'lCaent octupj.nt. Uut onto al Vest minuter, inilllnni. i.Tthodi fili heil- snula with a sense of oii'lniue. nnd hey find in them a colorable ctdoe or Tin hole history of the nay in i loinc-n'i Kuffrage (jucFiion Tiaa bctn lurKcit ami shirked b> a large if not for or in-jnthi Lut for in extieine to tlic ilralghlforrtardticsa an-I ricked, ar.d fooled, is It nny ll-at IhojG who have tt-.e icart, uiul l.a% t- i.iadi; su. li 5.1- for it as fc-v men uili mr.'.? ftrj cause, find In tiavkin rind i cation of which iliey have lo a justification for thosn "t i hcloved of Ihc mali- inJnd n ;iny ptilllicnl h U (Juts nMMiig Effect on Plural li; J.lllir.f; i.f (lie DifMii-'on 1 One to feel the nvid o! Iho water, lo hear the deep of the fulling aiream, rui the dnr.rtr whJrkd hither nn-1 thither In step f the music, Intoxicated with ;'L' rhythm of ihc w.i1iz At bjst as th' notes 'died iofily away shu wnl ffr.icefully to (hP ifrounil. her hair which i-faycrl ft striking part In (ho dance, thrown ti-it un oil side her- H W9 by f-ir ilioi niosi puce ful item In rfi'trloire Iho cleat Minion Canadians have srt Mordkln. iJ-ir.ics l the- i U su Hyht ns a bird, buirnrllr.i: Ihe air us lie fly. (juC'jstion the ate1! ihoni for ilaritinq in Iho wnrlil hiLit of thr fnii'trlal Kftfltt in cw pj.H Ki (hlhlrcn nrtf recelvcil when n: licrc they complete tliclr And work fit Ihcii ?lon for m tny K'-fr-ic ihc> ,11 c nllovvcr] Ifi appear iri publir. Tl-c siiU is (but thiy are njjuith- ln an nf Mic-fh-tiA U, the btjlny h, in mo, ltry if'dni vullns for. It, tlttt IIP t'l.ilinj T'.ty t.uriG KOI n f'pntv nf lU'C I-abor rariy had irflcftllbti nt lolir.q thi I' Voting I-1H. and an> r-P.r r f'-r v, f-n..n WL-te srcurcil fJltUii'ii i: K Hue. meet ullh the np- of Mr. II. lln; uhip C'f II r I who tl'M. in any event, he In HiM'.rt U.r. J'lural V-.tiyK l-lll II" Ijii; tin; ttissl In mi- lit (Ir.tifM-s 4ir of Varlla- i..'iilnry a full .iji- I h of llic lniT'fjrl, I slinll ad- I i't mv '.IccMrtn vrmnfse. nnd i'.ri PL' VotlnX Mil' Mi It'.l-rH is only uric mil nf firrl UK! If must o' his cdlc.ig'Ks ml- l.-i" lr. thflr to otjjlnsl ih Plural Votlr.g bill It may I'C ihal to Ihftl ii'n-ujj-M clTlnrnl FO risen- (III l.H.' first slclit, I! 'n.iy set tn aiion.aloiK for Ihc f.aKol rait1.' to ojifio.'t? tht elimination T'l'Jrnl lotr-r Uul npparenlly its T-fri on Irins nblr to IhcU l-r-pH'nrp. In sn, to (he Ir.nSf. nn'l to cmo-mlcr (hi Ihs next cktllvn ;