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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman BAD BOYS IN THE HOME ARE A PROBLEM THAT CAN BE SOLVED tf Parents Will Only Put Themselves Out a Little Bit to Study the Golden Boys or Girls Wicked If Pioperly Handled THREE SMART SPRING GOWNS 'DIRECT FROM PARIS' LEADING DESIGNERS in :o th- K-OM> Ji.V..t.-iy vis al- I on u.t He was ke caves out- the sucam cf tls inls- eais of he-lie "And lo-J-iy ivo .JPIS tells J. -Whatever 1 toil him :-o: lo ttil he STES Mmiiht ar.j Outs. Three linos hjve 3 hiJdiu il-.c and fron' him. his we craiy. H' sjbouid Le attained of himself, he MjC'iihl, Ms Oonr mother This list cjkpreFfvd severely lor adnionitl'-n. the iffeu on liie toy Hut the 1'03's Vis e-. h's pro- OLC-JS a which finds si.ia in ihe bov's wildly proceeding Mi scour the j-iano beech with the1 Sump; of r..itlve LOj'j-fr ore which he held In ivls hand, at the moment. Of course, is a -.-T.ble.iu im- and a sound o' abundance ef correction when the we-jry fithtr arrives for supper and re.laxa- iJcm. fe-cls and clad at IdAi to find forget fulness in c-specUlLy Httlc John. And what if s similar day awaits wuh ihi- dann.' Anil Tvhal if are EQ frequent one JKV without them nie-ins reO-Ie-l- ter day aiifl tha prand except Ion? If many Johns are fjrowlr.s up un.ler th? hardening1 fluence- of such p ire-ma I blundering? Will Avoid Home the parents them- apt to see the logical j-onclusion of 12 or 15 years of such borne John ,spend as HUIe lime as'possible under iha would-be IJrolccUns" roof, and Trill joiri klrnircc in" olhera homes, at on street corners, or In any otcer free galheriae place, whtre hutaan wont to deposit their pitiful drift- And Iriis human "driftwood" is cx- -.tV-rily HIP Ej-tat problem cf the com- repcue Ihess chiltf- tt.e of ohtain- ng- domestic My, the h'_' vvsl of or t-f the hindl- thai add their wtipht lo the v of the hoxr. Yet it Is suri-risins how parents, with some skill (enher or ac- raise the Little folks from pLsr.e of 10 of Inlelil- etnt 5v .1 r.d when do but in ih3ir own the of thom- tLe of cJiiJJron, aei as Latellectua rcintors, but us felEows. ccui- aj-.d Jn short, when ;he-y do but bold the ihlldrfu's con- lldencv in the cf their "hands. Embittering ChUd Life UXL'KII 5i! ch instances th1 rari-nt gie that no error tb' tun tfstracge- them no (tur.lshcica; the parent deems wise in v.111 be admEaislerc T-ithout ihe child's of It Nothing embitteis child iff .0 the- biliernesA of rankling injustice. because no creatures I j svvh a (In ren fro m Inevi wreck that awaits whole lives, if they are allowed t o remain m ere wasl e. For :be problem of the home Ia- the prob-[ 1cm I'.e commuiiily; the tuccess o': the honie Is the success of the-com- munity, and tho failures of the riome the task the commun- ity is bound to lake upon Usetf, thanks to the noble, spirit his In the hearts of social btnV fa.clors to-day. Social becefactors, like physicians, everywhere the prcventioa; as the true sal- from evil and disease. Which, teln? Intcri'Teicd. means, that 'if par- cnis could rightly dirfct the recrea- tion hours of thcirr cMldiea .tr.erS %Touid be no chtM 1KB MoiLcar's. Opporhmity} iy during tlii first 5ears of a child's life, when his days are all of should fee! that they are, that the. mother has btr golden opporturiHj for saturating the child's days rl with ha ppy con lent men t ant love for home, so that the home wll become the lode-star of bis adolescent and the sacred mem- ory of his manhood. M-iny iMTcnts with such aspiraiiona often fee! themselves hopelessly of Trim !s fair, and therefore creatures c.-in te 50 etfectivpiv to ihelr sense lulty as CJH bovs and sirls. On tbs oiher hand, a punlEhment that outrjscs this serse dt-irrJiJcs the peipetrator of it to the position of a aster, whose superiority atone prtx-tnts the child from taking tils Just revense. j'jst the tame as the of a rromlsed or lowers the person to the placo of an a coward, ;or L "casj In a word, the beginning of a child's confidence is his respect and this can be rt-idineii only b> being fair, loving1, .ind steady In daily dealings wUh.hi After ti.a5.tiie thiag !s tosludy LhiJi's own Why, tor Instance, did Johnny want the hammer and nails to the rxclu- sicm of quieter loss? Imitative Faculty P03E1DJA" John had Inherited constructive Instinct from father: trilbou' a doubt he had ln- h2ritcd the preatest ?ift of childhood faculty of hLs aspirations to be like his lather found In his effort to those ootr whirh to him represented thi dignity and- power of manhood. This, ever, is' r.ot a reason for iltofting him to torment Ms mother. X IE only o reason for r.ot aHawta? mother to outrage the boy. It Is t reason why met and gentleness shoulJ have been used in his Itb his tnpathios. into other channel. Any mother Knows that a child of four bas a thousand ioterests be- A 2--u 't ii acren is nj doubt that Jobri would a storj1. jf tils sat actually In-the midst M her taking the boy. ham- nails and all.- on ber knee-, had told him a story of an-t-normous man that used a hammer to bpnil meat j vrelts of iron as bis is the of daddy's hammer itself; a everybody knows the of "The anJ his Jojs ar.c his sorrows.- Only ten, seconds wjuH bs neceeEari' to set tbe child s cst which alTrays means his -iy.-n- falhy. and the story could-be umod any direction desired visit to the smithy in for the offending tools; to the rain ....._______ drops and their journey Uirtmgh the by imloward circumstances air and the earth; to a memory ditty --the necessity of lisiii? In crowded about Fome phase of Nature, or a FIRST WOM-AN JUDGE IN THE UNITED STATES AYcEYCHICGCWN ol itatlicr Hue silk tcitli tcxml SICK WOMAN HAS She Earns Money at Home Writing Jolly Letters to Sid: Children. SHE IS NOT GETTING RICH But Has Plenty of Clients to Keep 1 ler Busy and Pay Well. on much ir.ore Finoothlj-. in ccn- CI DENTALLY, excellent moment for Dr. C. Ward Crompton, Physical Director of New York, Says They Would Help the MAN WHO SITS ALL DAY COKsSETS for men? Quite possibly. They may e-i s lly 1 e the c link forged In tb? chain evolution. TLat is. If drcfs goes i-u re- fk'ctitijr nuu's cEvilUaUou as y as it nis done- for jsome thousunds of j cits'. Kor drci-5, uilnd joy. far frotu wc-athLT-tockCns aro-ind Irrcs la the brte'ies of fashion, is one of the (xuiJe uun's tru v. hat is to become of the TJCC? Thcr- arc tbose wh-o shudder ,il the Yet most uf tbe reyurd ih jirosiicc: of L-orsfts jiumc. The. say that t-orsots are unjy ttie losk-a t'f ci-ntUncs of livlnj, no than a duz: a uthcr fruits e our r.isy modern life. Ana nn lharily his di th-n inost [HOI would b now If tht-y littl tin tnturu'i s IniM of louse and cumCortutl r It Dr. Yiard Cramptcn, d rector uf tralnlni; in the Nu York city ichoolt, nvlio siiinrneil up the sll'jallon. He dotsti't 11 ear coiscLs himself. Ill-cause hu has forestalled the usitinij tendency of clvillratlon I.y lils abd'otninal muscK-a' v. ith The thfiie can be done.- lie I' to score or two of tu ho kisuws to VHO WILL BE THE MARHRFOR CAUSE? SufTragcttcs Said to Have Deter- mined That One of Their Number Shall Die. iVEAR COATS OF MAIL LOXDOX Ens T Is an opfn sexnet hare ll'.at i'onsnt anJ intniE of the for anii-oltni aro lii course of the' actual of TLaso xi'CiLai'u do not Iu- lecJ to rvsl with dtstruc- tlon of golf railroad or Anility minslons for in-uiy They rvullzLi) that thtao lur they ford a good niisuer to mocking iwll- do r.ot really Imprefa Ito fx-sl [lortlon of (lie BrtUfiii public; ond thu step v.111 bo to tho bar lha.t prohibits tba dLBirucJIou of hunuiii life- At first the EUffratjfitcs will offer inariyrs to the cause of feminine frvhioiu. liy hook or by trook it is littendi-d tfiut auc of their nuniVHT. stiulL die in prison, aud her fuiK-rul sluill bo utilized for a stnitioti that will uukc the Cabicc-t that cotilrols the BriUsti (luvcmmcnt llielr bhurs. If after this to hi-lp tlio to .V pnirttcal no ptnvfrr en irth n-lll stop Eoino of Hie eifrcmlsts in the uvciiunt from Inn "W Lead Sedealtuy i HY wnulan't maiiy bo ter ofC they wore corsots7" nsks Crair.pton. are not intended tij beauty primarily. They simply- promote the fftcleno of tlie inactive ciUntary body. And thousands ol men o-tJay lead more sedtnlary lives than do. Their slothful, bodily ha- bits have piled up so much flesh oul- slde tho abdomen, and so weakened the of tbe abdomen UsiM, thai 1 eels would be a mtrclfui support. -Then bud unhealthy crouch which Is tjplcal of tl.t office worker, for crowded, tin Internal, organs In on each In ducini; Intestfticl intoxi- minor heart and a host of semi-diseases and chronic Ineffi- Corsiils would Btr.iighttii out lite torso and save the internal organs from Ihcir rrumpilny. L'orsiils are splints ubicb limit of course, but they :ilsu protect the tissues beneath. "The reason, for Instance, that men ey'dcTi't near, corsi-ts. The average oman enters thy Tray with a band- of steel and-whalebona hound iimd her abdomen. That aliff rcin- rcement helps Ih6 nrlerlcs to send ie blood away from the lower part ol 10 bcnlj, where It.te-ni3s to collect, to .e upper it Is needed. Of oursc, natural vigor shoitld enable the vessels to respond unaided, blood of une or more of thulr oppon- ents L Leani the other day of a promin- ent pDliluhm's wife M ho seriously be- husband during crisis a'coat of fir-dy-wove-n bLcel laughuj the Uco. aside, but. Eht a far-sighted woman, mixed freely suffragcttea, and know, like (he British polirc -Jo. that re Is madnojyj In of theea ejt- soqutncc. New Game or Amusement 1 XCIE 1 an bonrceful jnother to produce from her "Fairy's Cupboard" some perfectly new fiamc or anmstment tafcin o-Jl ol her small and varied stock of kinder- garten materials, kept. UP hand fc; juaL such awkward occasions and knotty days. Colored beads to s'.rins; colorpd papers and straws to make into chains; paper discs to paste into a book; a box nf blocks to build with; picture cards lo with bright wool; M tabors and prett> paper lo cut into ihe a apply is endless, when used with some ineiahi tnlu iht varjins1 colors, comb In a- if only parent? (five a hulc time lo the study cf a few un erljins principles. Many ANCW5TREETC05TUME. PARIS: A street cost (mc of roic-colored JitlSS M, BAtfTELME, the first woman judge In the nlstc-r? of (he Unite Stales. Snc Is now sitting In the "Women's Night Courl In Chicago, Ther re no men ofVicIala and no men vhilora In this court. "Judge" ii Jong been calfcd "Official Mplher" through Jier as her sumn-anly ano oil her lard names in unjust, because t Tn her LiOXDON firofccElon for women lias Just been -that of e-nlertainc-r by The business at present era all and Its returns arc Insignificant hut there is a tUcideilly attractive all about its advertisements, which state, children, EiicclaSh vrrllten, CD centa a wtel durlnir illne-ss, "I hcsan the work quite cs ama said lh-j promottr jtstorda] afternoon, "and I find ihat tlic IJiilK of my orders corny tlirouch talking about It how r.ovc And romantic It la ttilnk, liow e-'er, that any unc tould un iltrtalie to do all sorts ui letter-Vrrlt Thcsa v l-o have tlin Rift of know Ing wlial children Hke are. seldom th people who could undertake letters to for Instance, b'j suppose If woulil be i "OS bio for frroup of friends tu Torm Jvburcaiij eac the wurfe for wblch ehi wa most filled ".My firpl cltriit a one. He .1 lltlle hoy, vh had both Iradly rt.inuiytd Ii nrc doin'g so." of course, wo arc con- cerned chiefly with the ont.3 who are perplexed, jet have not >ct Jt is not lo be inferred that a few klndercarlen materials will solve all a mother's perplexities, any more thnn it is to be imagined that children cannot be Interested and developed without ..............t.. hem. materials are much ?u-, light-weight broadcloth and en or to ordinary plajthmys, only be- KIth ticaty auxe thty are ha sod on fundamental nd universal principles, thus calcu- ,ted to suggest and to develop forms hal Iho chlM can construct in Iml- atlon of common clijeyls around him, materials of any hind should bfc .secondary, in llie home, and he child's own u.ee3 luc lo hla natural tor.dtr.clo? A girl'3 love for dolh and Ic.ins h'-r to fut Into ox utw cloth of her mother'r. To him" evtfry iMy for flvi. His niotlier very gralotui, talktii abuut the affair, oii'l FOOTI a Kcnikmfin oftcrdl :nn a gift If 1 v.o.ild v-ritc: ElmLhr klltra lo o little niece who h.iii Jn-.t her parents rind Into un Mines1'. Since then I stMow Lfcn without a. client, find uttcn 1 hn.v of the lunj, >acc InrarLalily bad. It [R tha vnlls that need cttion -Home of1 the- new corsets, b; he '-way, ait ar moit; Failure of Militancy FOR this reasan hiye tho xotejtn suffrage leader, ilrs. DesparJ, iirlicles on Hie failure of militancy and tho advantages of altcniAiho imlk'Iejs. Frankly, she. loo. Is afraid. Therefore, she wants to dis- tract her followers' attention, so site pensi appeal In the lollowlmr elraln: Is going to bapjien? v; 111 It work out? Tht s t rang ely ii ersislcn t, but Ihyy jilayetl tholr last card? Is it written In the boolt of fate that linal triumph, is to rt-ot ulth tbe men? J'Queslons such as these are being 'icarJ on all ttdcf. They cannot bo itkcd mochcry non- for In tho 'urct ot reality Uughler haa -.liner in womler. It is the persist- ency of the women also of tho murj in our move-rneiit. tliat surprises many, it belongs to all. From hose vrh D follow t ho ext rcmo torma of militancy; from those who eschew all but constitution.-1.! melhocTE: from who take u middle course, Tfho, they are up ngainsl (he law, ill do no to property, tlio E3mo role Is sounding forth. have arc, showing now ft force of conx'lctlon dnd a firo''of dotenrination that years ago 1 Couu has done f.mions Moliio frlcan. ihft prcjsnccLi of the nenr future. She, too, is prcchErnlntr loudly: "I not G. militant suffragelto any longer- I have loit fnlih In niiitmnt tactlca. What do I think vrlll bo HID outcome of it all? Who Kin -say? Tm prepared fur deveic-imient-. V hat I wouia like to see. though, would be vrell-man aged women 8 strike. Every woman In revolt. mad.; of rubber mesh t fplint for the bloot or ivtiaJubont. ADY JEAN COCHRANE, NOTED BRITISH BEAUTY, I T I- noticed Ihis that aie ,m Irrtportonl! part in fhc rctinutd of smirt luidfy him thice Silllc niot f-aitkiil.uly svrry fur the 111110 with material for h'jr own ptoccxslw ot Visa J'elly.l orn, bT'a to Ih method atiptailn? tn her Judgment ConniUHM. ir.tJ discretion. in the (ir A3 for ihe damage thutic lalk IP Hfccly l lo (t-ars of regret little p.ym- ir.d thit the d dismay, pathetic, "Mamma, lidn'l tu." If sciawt? Kiiri] marks on v.iHa nd furnliiirt. give hf-r pajKr, tHtc. .itt nntl Ir.e-xppnihe, on which ahf may mark 10 her heart's contcnl. What inkM may be ai much the name she shta It the most ullra- Kuturist rould Jiut the mother's role is to admire, encouraite, and BUB- 6 til. rcmcmbetlr.g that ol chlldrth are "Pulurt-lsLV an-1 thnt aliaurrt little diawlngj ir.ij Iho '.f n-rneliilnsf fi.l'.-r.dJ'J llu- micro nucleus ol an oak UtC. of pretty JInC Mgcint wflli numbers, grow more more popular every year, and l Inh gkli. A f'-W yo j honois wllh j one or two' al Ruch but now ll.e m.i- ly of Brides uith pictiiresfju? no- secni rlolermincO (o hjte Parents. I afford luxuries or i linn by fan scl- rforl, hut three. While r.ot con- lent >.vLih than half a dozen. Court 'coalum-s of vArlous naiional- Ities arft conslilc-rcd tho moat desirable fcr nlUmUnis There wa? n f-mrjy fftr n for nuil? copied frcm plclurei find IieroCK, hut cimc to be ron'li erid thLatrlcil and a-Jorin? sunl3 and uncles arc quite if ten unaMo to do them- aelvefl to. nmu3fl .1 child, an-1 whcr and tovp ata arc ai a IOPS to their devotion I mn't I'm nifikins a for tune, bul I love the work, anil, P.S I m nn Invalid myself, J 'Jrn't coui'J laa'Kfi more In Any other w HK h.iB (xtraordraari eolorinr retlrfifh gold in Jr. which.' coup- led wllli deep t'iuc eyes, make Tier very In acrwaiite. rtho dresses Ui etttrcrne slmpHfrlly JinO raihrr affctlA arflRtii roivns. fht> h 'nn in- nnit' friend of Ulann MftnnTS, th- rttnghtor f-f th" I'm of 'j has lit en since a for idai in JUL.J, ;