Written from Ewart Park, Wooler, Northumberland.
As she sees that one of the items on the agenda for the next Committee is 'White Slave Trade' Conference now being organised she is writing her views to be given to Mr Wilson before the Committee, but not to be communicated to the Committee. All this zeal and interest are commendable, but her feelings of discomfort are intensified by the fact that 'Governments which uphold and have long upheld the Regulationists are eager to send people to this Conference to condemn the Traffic. 'It is a marked tendency in human nature to attack the seconds and to protect the principals. It is good to expose the villainy of the traffic and the traders, but it would be a gross anomaly to punish the traders while 'we allow governments and municipalities to continue to legalise centres of debauchery for the public use' She hopes someone will point this out at the Conference.