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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta BEHIND THE COUNTER IN A BIG TORONTO DEPARTMENT STORE Woman Newspaper Writer. Who Tried It for Two Says Fair Shoppers art Rutk to Girls Who Wail on "Shop" With No Intention of Buying. FOR a ionr time U was a and nothing lavrt. j 1 waiting at coauttr for ot to fr.acd K-fcjnsf from suia.ll hind the. counter fen" tma6> for democitraitou puri-vses. a view life, and from anfie at fthich K :nusi ap- pear to tbose ehtie ?i-cut In. aud baL-cr- dasJerr to And encjycoe who .faspffna to Eufb Short cf btcorujns siles- wttnaa for ihfl of pOsslbiHty of realii- iia? this, trfblilon. Ijia ftt-wever. tbat to F.'bo Iitve patkurt to wall, and Kifr toncrotrotloii to devote to tlon cl lha atiainicccl, my chance ciuuf, caino chamv-i Invariably Oo, i legist it, and WAS (past lor it It fl'as one of oijr og- store full nl wcmtn by i so a in-, some and icttnl, olhere aimlcv asd rrilh rparse aprink- Mns o( pon who. like most men shop- looked as It they-, wished them- ffives The daj- one of hottest of the season, at Its topmost lieit b.t our pun fcaryy iu a fiuari gown ami ig iist me ind to know the price of certain U or. :Ue up of in> tosjut lu sive her the report hat defsrvrxS. when 1 a'Jiideniy emenJljtreTi ray covet cojuiioa icfi rr- myself. I fhould have reyurLed for in- -oidly ihsi 1 hid aothlsi to do be iaJiCAttd in n ful ith Ooe Co i Acbc lop floor; and int .rroc waa. giats; t no vaniilalors or ftEF. mad the pltcp. waa packed to N C Tited Sooo I too much tcited by. ihe novelty of my lo feel anything for tht fii-st few hourt, but iiout o'oiock off a bit I round thai my throal WEJ as dry Ihomjh in a .rlkt ot csatf. and 1 he moJituris KTU d ripping off and bari to and. itrala of for looc to bftd Bams fortuu- la at ItMt Mly tlmea, and anEfrercd the twenty-five tlnif, uni 1 irriule ba all about alx I if majority ot wemen who go ahapfrfnc without tke Intention of buying i but M of trugiMilTM and jmirina' In taiuty iuiJy fcaH thi people wbo hall- Mi cnr tocfh oDtbliii' to do bul DCCUJljr 3JM} qtMvtkos, Ibe Invari- 4ttT to' and lo the poiirt, Mid who I br their that i to ITH'JlilUl'i" 1 tvhit It uase to be- but I siooJ Jthiad :h-i counter I that 1 had It pcissil'Se from sikoJtne. I-'iom the lojt of my head to Hie sclts o.' ruy 1 siai oce consol'dated Lea olos time too W'wrj' u- to Iu! and into tilt nearest com fort ible cti'r iue-1 me int-Ide my own froat In ortler io cuafornt io the ruled of tht 330. b? lc tuy pi home AC I'-46 la Che morning aud ai faiictly ten miaiitpj eixhJ 1 formed one of i threat of RirU and wotneji who pouricy. a veritabV army In through tht dcuh'.e doort -schich >J a Hind of auo- Dftjr a Repetition. HE second dav very much of first; out of BIUTISH-LADY-COLHNG'CHAMHONS RUDE SHALL WEDOTO THEM? a Little Motoring Trip Was Spoiled by a Counlrjr Lid With Sense of Sloiy of Billyi the Minister's Son. _ 'j To Compete for the Canadian Championship ''pKE photo shows from >ft lo right Miss Muriel English Go Champion, Mtsg Mabel Harrison, three times Irish Champion, ano Gladys -Ravenscrott. ex-EnfHrh ch nmplon. on the bridge of Ihe R. M. S. Victorian. They ara Canada for th e Wuhan's Goit Champiocship of Canada at EXPURGATED PUSSY AND OTHER NEW DANCES IN CANADIAN CITIES he hundred odd it our booth, ffomv sorat Ttff scornful, iad sonit oor End to rudo I waa templed to usrsesi ste vouM do well .lo. go sod !ry out-oo rhs other Ide of the bsd, bat bo probable reporting and consequent lt> involved resiraiasj was imineneety by cour- tesy of the managers to the employe, and by the of to" novices- like one o! theru wes helpful dad sympititiiO. offering ready .advice and asslflsces In 'dEsentpngUng-. the iguddlee in fa; who stopped of Them Brought Back From the Summer Resorts, Where Professional Teachers Found Man Ready lo Give Up Canoeing to Learn the New able Features Frowned Upon Here. aod keeping MS hundred and IfttiE formeti part of the rouiine the -bli .AJ1 che vcoicen to irfio T tbeniseivets. u b Ine perfectly acppy and content atinent they BT 5. M, S. {S itils-cSty going to tango, tiirVty-1 irol, or pussey sneah .throujh the cornice season L to the QUM: tion which .is. sending iMmorj of ap- prehension or U-.'disr.S-tlon through many family circles snJ. dahcla? schools Just at present warme-st of: the new are the boys and girls who would dao.ce any- thing :n ih4 world, to an Indian war just for lava .of rhythmic motive. And for ths-niost part tha IrinUc denunciatio-ns come fro.m who woulcn'i know a of bunny t 3u: the from. a binVip? tiirtcr-Uot and the tan- irtli. My knowledge of Mid bad been much io da and Itttte had dealt -JflEh the The wort? of my n.vd fcr tbe to tola) evefettioD Lmerwl In tbe htimMiHy round the which had cooia oupecl aUjr to bat I enocr to to undti-stand cEate.tht. It is wpnwo on en tppestr on the vwf of tihauGtioo towards the of car, pni why U that not At welt under n-ight he. I KOI i cerUlc tbat If t had [o cay lite ia lo my fellow- .my chbuJd end by throwiofr beads, tt> tiaspemlinr of thera I thij rudecees; ths raea, whether to Ihr store or r.cL were mlformly atLil courleous, but to .te women iboiipers I simply an ad. program, reiterating1 fnono- oualjr with" A fa'st stiffening smile, "I'm soroV I'm ftfrald 1 don't know 'howr to 'dkcce this why, accept with thanXs. and learn your :SSpd. for this ciiy Sn the 1513- 14 season is be fearfully find and- an up-to-ilat6 sea you drink- ing: (which least than ac- A ?'jca a thing fcs ihe powjey They have produced a dipless'trot and i tAcgo. and are'introduc- ing tome very pr'ttt'y dances to taVe the minds of the people away from what call flislinctly ob "inndvalkjr.a. which liave Lteu so., the vul- gar." There'are so-many new.dances Ibis winter, and riew. aleps the old ones, lhat It ybii haven't had" any les- sons your bl? brother used lo ffhirl you round the room with your loea touching spots, you hid decline your first fnvhallpn and take some private lessons.. This may r. hhiMhlngly.-that you only ,iutJ. Iwo-sleppeo, iancered. or 'm't Summer Resorts summer long, when dtbuUntes supposed -to-be sun- noses, they have-been holding mylsterious sfeanceg.-with ladfes from G'nclo Sam's territory. Over Ibe transom of'the room at lha summer hotel would float-r" One an' two dip; lhat'a too still: swinff oul-rnort 'Now, An1 Inf." Then at they B'fere too busy' to fnoon In canoes or sins al bctifirea. They gathered to.prac- tice what they had learned In ihe day- llmi. and Aigenliiie and pussy who ialk cf .Ihe Jd'e- rich. And itcal as a fair er change, went to Xe.v ;Yorit and -pal In Canadla money, which jot over dyly t oca Oscar whose middle nam Is Tango-. In (jraleful memcry one o his pupfls Is filing some of.ihe sliar edges from the lurXey trot, callLi the Uuryea and-will Inlro It this-'vlntc-r without chargin him for It, _'." till landlord to-lurn down the-.lishla and .wind up the clocV. There were teachers at many of bur summer resorts, and the amount of devouti study they. -were able to get from their atudents soutd cruel, but if you Ihlnk you vouid enjoy how foolirh aw the carping critics A CENTURY OF PROGRESS IN WALTZ TO TANGO .Is "It" -J Argentine Tango Is going to bt 1 da'nced more thin anytmnL.' this season." she :'Bitt it will have all the objectionable features re- moved. 'There won't be atiy dipping or shoulder movements at ail." ;-Whit's the new dance they calljrui 'Pussy asked the reporter, lookicK for a sensation. heard of it. H's some foolish American Iflea, It alldepeads on who introduces a dance whether it takes or not Now..the Argentine Tango was Introduced by George GrosemHh in England. He got Ibe idpa.In South America., and it down. --.Of course as a native dance ll .was very crude and unrestrained, but'it was so graceful .that he saw Its possibilities, and pul it in The Sunshine 'GErf.' where it vaa danced by Phyllis Dare and hirnaelf. Tben when '.The Kun- catne lo N'ew Vork the danne 'was taken fay Vercou Cassela .nd if lit, the' lauer'beiog-a societ> That ensured Its success In Nci York. "W6 are tcacbins twelve figures ol h'e Tango, but there are about lorly coind teach, only people won't both- ir with BO Al this point Ihe piciuresque littlt whose toes In their Greek luccd SmpatSctiliy to be danc- ng. stepped out on the smooth floor. and proceedsd to lllujlralc zorae of new .It rnay have been be- cause she was dancing alone, that I wasn't shocked a'. Ihs Tango, though she says -it Is danced in waltz'position, bul it apptarcd to be the dreamiest, most graceful style of dancing since the days of ihe slalely ity HELK.N" PEARSON. T was the lure of Ihtt explained the tourinc car outside a pome- J9 rom town- half .doteo within had :iicii a dainty lunch .and gone for pin. Intending io return for inner. In looVlns for ve nook whereon rt- had ieft track oHowed a flanked with addy (treen mradonY In At on a hilltop eaplrd the thool with a clean platform or A. table, Btsps tor abundant nd the (iiictL view wlihln miles.-The dncldence of elltnce und "session" sver occurred lo them. The tea-party Juai abo'Jl lo be- gin, when -5 youngbtri-s bural Irom he building with sll Ibe amaiemcnl l froni_ the botgun. TtK lablcau that ensued 13 comical as it wan natural, unlll the teacntr .removed the one'hsnd and-tbe rural eye-trefn >n the other, by a few words Quick despatch; this wiped out several j a, kame.of after-Echool foot- bail.' But children started home all1 Under the clrcurasUincei, tvlch or eight bobble-de-hoy la da of (here might. In boy lanfruaBS, ona kick coming. In Ihls it can-.e in the form-ot the football itself. And If Hi exactly in Ihe middle of the paten Dachlns-case full of enamelled dishes ihermos bottles, ami dalnly lunchooii and was accompanied, on" the toy's pah by a shout of warn lc face, an.1 a twinkle. EinaEI, but si Problem Worth Study THE ladies, took the fair R-lih well-bred, Rood humor commented quietly on the boy's dellb erate and deadly aim, and voted hin au unmlOgaied-boor. Had there been a. man' in the parts'--tho hoy migh have been. ttie-Immediite recipient o something twlft "and lo. tho point Cut In'the absence of everylhing mill Unl, he laughed last, though not long The teachtr, with the extra pair o In certain species, had he" situation, and had dccjtled t Involved a problem worthy of study. -.She knew ihe boy. had one of the kindest htavta aod_ gentlezl and moal >alient nalures'ln the county. What nfluence had-put such a Wnk In the of his Impulscfl that hlv mrface Khoutd glow for a moment phosphorescent {or Satanic) ustre? After tome close observation. It be- ramo apparent that all the In Lho school were obscewet] vilih a falsft sense" of humor. To be funny wasta rnar'K of brightness on the part of a and brightness "was moro to tt than or at leAjt ndnUred.' any chllfl a hroadvr tdUnmtloa of wortb Ihui thai which and conslderaxton! All tbzt children ptrvUtMt dli- couracfqier.l In their oonrtAnt, con- iclous efforts lo humorous. In- lead of Uie fatal iUcdard of brlfhl- kept before thf-an'br IrrewonJibH ct unthtahfns perconi. How to Him TO LEAD such a child 16 plane of IboUKht cvnaloly ie- lime pattMt cart. To tern they are or "unpentjevui- would be- u helpful to r lose s uptrfl clal 1 o( con Jt ij far better to keep o (he simple diction of "MndDtdS" wifi "aincn thoM (jaaJItie-r hey fetl and appreciate; In. their own iperlences. Beyond this, they -.need oufhUul, kindly oot only at home and every but In of hUto'ry. and of blofzaphtf exajnplea oE aervtce, ind of flna fetllnj for othera' poiiUona. the- daily -_ 'afford crest, readllj brought home, ajid that forcefully, by careful parent Indeed, for running comment ana The Tango Eliminated the Jump and Brought About an Easy. Plastic Movement day to day e'ducatloii and In than much line, thought! A to Her Heart THE truth dawn gradual- ly upon- the teacher when rld- ins home one day wilh a trustee. Speaking- to one of tho children la passlnff. he. was greeted with a voifey of differeni' kinds .of. remarks, home, lha arja.trn of current selected Judlclouvly by thfl par- a constant source of oventi upon which child cab of conduct laid, and approral or condemnation of Ihe horae-'fiven with all the force of publio alter all, is a mighty power 1n a environment. As for the Kvere punSehment in of a maacuhnfl _ CES of tho while it rOicM prove an object lecsun for futura ref- erence rrhea applied by a Mrancer. it would depend entirely on the child, 1C and when, applied by a parent 01 guardian. Such methods unaUy temporary In' resuitB, and always questlonablo. in" wiftdoir. If, Buddeh. severe punishment In ceces- eary, no doubt H should not be ted. Tbe of Baiy WHICH calls to mind ihe" cajie of who had been hrotifiht who :hould liad many which an utter latk of self-control prsrentfd him from devejoplng.. One day BJliy'a mother receU-- ng cutvtF, (Lnd Billy arrived on ihe vilh a'bueoAll to ho Mnrn. It Aoouch for B Hi y to find hir enyafad, thus, IHE came; hut when he waft drecaed- by. one of the to hands. It was too much for him. He flj" haH, atrlklni, tidy a, horrtbU bloir oa Ihe Hli WAB with hlta for" fifteen whoVe rolauttt, t of held be- ow. 'Upon return. tbe shot a through theteftch- er'a heart, as she'felt how far short had fallen on respect, honor.' modesty, and decorum. The man- was amazed' at her point of. view and aald: "Why, you don't call lhat rude, do "you? We men sa> ladles that .he WM uenlant. 'ong and had mm .M CWc hopt will be forgiven 'for to do for her "what own her hutband'i vfeojww. The I'roth of ihe owttftr Bill ft line wirloh minuet. Immoral feature Is that she charges 55.00 a and your ns beinK sufh. 3nd the steps so. d -elite two-itepping Is much uplifting anyway. Whtt the One-Step .ont-stejf Is' Turkey Trot dtps or "wiggles. Tho Dixie Wills IR lo make rathtr on a. small floor, as the eac'n almoat arm'a length, tut It Is the simplest of Rll the step.i lo The Hesi- as pyncopitcrt ont-stejf I without any t ISiinga to children lo give us smart flnawers and to bo chirpy. think El's runny." Thfc leacher fltrilghtway prcsenled ier y tor- of ihd matter, and, ilghly esteemed in the community, words bore n-elchl, and set tbe men thinking, so that many of the >arentA became alert to the outcome if such a. though (leas example. Eerjiise, after- all, the motSvft resolves Itself to an flslom, that alnce the 'florid loves A laugh, and with t the one whn provokes the Inuffh; many persona try to "ho 'unny -became they long lo be trj-inr iituatlonlfor berth ot is Blllt-io to JK a halo; pmrtaU should hive broaght ttieir down to everyday 11 1 could leach' Ibt (o the beauty of rtlfflon. Although on ma? Identical, thty really long apart, nultc- different Ireatment. The fcoy bad not" U W about itandardi of acUtm; 9 tad been nauseated with which he WM cOnrpfllW lop aure. up to. cross-cul a aw, and" the Duryca one-step Introduces Iho-lwo.jitep wherever a dip and' shoulder syulrm would occur In the Turkey Trol. would ht a sample program lor thin season." zald one dance expert. -Dixie' Wallz. One-Step, Hesitation Barn Danrc, nye Waltz, Tango, then repeat n second None of the dantiny appears to tsach anvthltiK which would bring a htunh' to tch cheek of' a young pet ton'. Said one elderly professor: "When the Mayor. of Ntw Votk issued a warrant for the arrest of people-for turkiy-troUing, It Isn't likely people The worst torros of (he Tango danced In and lower cla In '.the States and CanaiJt-haTfe pi them up." The hojttcMM ol of c homes have ftlr made known-thelr ntand In new dances. Some are tccei expurgated TADRO becaVM o graceful movemenli, but all Iro and st frowned out of erlalence.1 Bo In an In most other the ao of the pro really lies In the power of the mot hostesses; tnd of son'a and' dances. The waltz came in jusf 100 ye.irs agoj The wind- killing gallop arrived five years laler. All the dances tliat came after the waltz were of lame biejtliless, siiWx. hwle. The quatirillc, a fatiguing romp, arrived t, --w'. The cakewallc and llie craquette were the limit St. Vilui livelintw. They jot tired. ou> ;