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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tic Dally Herald, Friday, February Friday SIMPSON'S and Saturday I 1 I >arams Full of interest to Largest and best assort- ment of Spring Dry Goods in the city. Come and get full value for every dollar you spend, Black Sateen Underskirts Black Sateen Underskirts as cut, rich glossy finish; four rows of frilling; double stitch- ed strappings as headings; deep dust frill. Extra wide sweep at bottom. Eriday and Trial by Jury By DELPH1N M.> DELMAS. New York Lawyer. WATCH FOR OUR AD. EVERY THURSDAY WE PAY CASH FOR BUTTER AND EGGS Saturday Real Taffetta Underskirts Looks and feels like silk but wears longer: light in weight: fully gua O O O v They come in. black and colors. Each mueli.i N ATTEMPTING to estimate the present value and to pre- dict the future fate of trial by jury, it is hut natural to seek guidance from the experience of the past. That experience teaches the familiar lesson that trial by jury is the most ancient, ami has been the most enduring, of all the political and judicial institutions which have flourished among the English-speaking peoples. It had existed for cen- turies when the Norman invader set his foot upon English soil, and it survived the general wreck of English laws and customs which followed in the wake of the Norman conqueror. The storms of wars and revolutions which uprooted weaker growths, only strengthened the hold which this, the sturdiest product of English earth, had upon English soil, and endured its fury only to defy still greater tempests. Amid the unirersil wreck of things which seemed endowed with enduring life, it alone stands, defying time and change, as it stood in the years when Edward the Confessor sat upon the throne of Britain. No other institution ever struck its roots so deep into the very of thfc English-speaking peoples; none have they clung to with more un- shaken tenacity, upon none have wisest of their jurists and statesmen bestowed more unstinted encomiums. The greatest of English advocates has said: {fWhat is it that dis- tinguisb.ee the government of England from the .most despotic monarchy What but the security which the subject enjoys in a trial and judgment by his In our own country, a volume would be required to record the vords which have been uttered by eminent men in praise of trial by jury. I giTe my fullest assent to the words uttered by one of the chief of England of the Victorian age, who summed up bia judicial ex- perience by saying: "A jury trial gives expression to the sense of justice of the people, which is the nearest approach to absolute justice attainable in earthly BARGAINS A few special prices for one week only Clearing Velour Wrapperettes at 10c 10 PCS. Velour "Wrapperettes or Dressing Sacque materials. They come in checks, stripes and floral patterns and make up well for girls' dresses. 27 inches wide and good washing colors. Friday and Sat- urday, per yard........................................- lOe Oxford Costume Cloth Something Special for Friday and Saturday, 10 pieces only to sell at this price. Just the thing for dresses or little hoys' wash blouses or suits: fine even thread and good weight in plain navy and butcher blue, also narrow stripes. Regular price 20c. Special for Friday and Saturday, per yd............................................15c Stripe Flnnnelette for lOc Big assortment of patterns and shades. A splendid quality and wide width. Friday and Saturday...............................10c Ladies' Heavy 'Ribbed Undervests and jurawers A special purchase of these garments at an low figure in- duced us to buy heavily. So we must unload quickly. all wool but a splendid ribbed long sleeve early Spring weight, natural color. Worth 40c. Friday and Saturday............................25o DOZENS OF BARGAINS OX FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BUT SPACE HERE IS LIMITED, THEREFORE WE CAN'T IT THE SIMPSON CO., Ltd. Give Vote to Women, Unfetter Democracy fly CA10LINE J. COOK, por dozen 30c 35c 40c Lemons, per dozen.......30c Apples. 4 Ibs. Per Cranberries, per Ib.....iCc Flour, Prido of Albertn, iwr suck Flour, .Mothers por sack ............53.00 Ril. Oats, 40 sack Rd. Oats, 20 Ib. suck.....70c 8 Ibs..................35c Graham Flour, 10 To. 35c lid. Wheat, S Ib. sack.....40c Germade, 8 Ib. sack......35c Cornmeal, 10 Ib. sack ..40c Corn Flakes, 5 plcgs for ..55c Malta Vita, 5 pkgs. for ,55s Raisins, fancy seeded, 3 pkgs. for ............25c Currants, 10 02. pkg. pkgs. 5 for..................60c Sultanas, 10 oz. pkgs. 2 for .................25c Raisins, fancy layer, Ib. 10c Currants, loose, per Ib.. ..10c Peel, orange ur.d lemon. Per Ib................20c Peel, Citron, per Ib.......25c Ev. 2 Ibs. for Figs, fancy layer, 2 Ibs. ..25c Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches and Cherries, Per can Pears and Plums, per can ri5c Pineapple, large cans 3 for 50c Gallon .Apples, per can .40c Blueberries, 2 cans for ...25c and Ueans, 5 cans for 55c and Peas, 2 cans for ...........25c Pork and Beans, 3 cans 25c Finiiau 1 laddie, 2 cans for 25c Salmon, Summit Brand f> cans for ............60c Salt Herring, per Pickles, sweet, per gal. jar PicKles, Chow Chow, Per gal. Pickles, sour, per gal. jar 90c Catsup, Red Cross, per gal. jar Pure Maple Syrup, Quart cans ............45c Imperial Maple Syrup Quart cans ..........35c Mclasses, 3 Ib. tins.......20c Jams, Wagstaffe's, per o Ib. pal! .............BOc Eggs, 3 doz. for.........95c Butter, creamery, per Ib. 35c Ask for our on all arands of tea and coffee. We prepay freight on all orders of and upwards to points within 50 miles of Write for prices on case lots. Robi nson BOX 2005 FAMILY'GROCERS orden PHONE 1356 BLACK KNIGHT That the relations are strained between women and the state few of us will deny. What the trouble is is another question. Some maintain that women are biologically unfitted tor active participation in affairs of government. Others think that it is not a case of woman's unfitness, but rather of a misfit on the part of the state's consti- tution. This is my opinion, bnt I make no quar- rel with the framere of our constitution. Those were fighting days and the military design appears in the fashion of our gov- ernment. The constitution was made of good stuff, the kind that wears. The men who planned it knew that we should outgrow it, and they made care- ful provision for adapting it to our needs. They knew that this must be done else the garment would have to be discarded. Some of us think that the time has come for letting out the seams. It is easier to talk in figures than to state plain facts when one feels deeply about a matter. Isn't the truth of the case just this, that our be- loved constitution needs an employment Is not its very letter killing its own spirit? Ideals have an eternal fitness and in the long run the idealist is the really practical person. Equal suffragists are the real democrats. They believe that when once a government of the people, for the people, -i i i_ 11 i L u -L T- TI L -L XT_ asking if the Indians are very savage by the people shall have come into being it shall not pensh from the it ,_ f J f here and if they bother lone female earth. To hasten the day of its coming is their aim. STOVE POLISH 24 It toed to be that the dirtiest and hardest work a woman had to do about the house was. polishing the stores. v "Black Kaight" Store has made it nS work and no mtiM at alL "Black Kaifcht" it a smooth paste, that H spread easily with a cloth or brush and shines like a black diamond after a few gentle rubs. It-cleans it the stoves fresh and bright, with almost as little trouble polish ing one's shoes. Joe. buys a big cxn of "Black your dealer's, or sent postpaid on receipt of price. JHE F. r. PALUTCt. Lamp. HAMILTON. Pal Makers Ike "7 ta 1" SWe Miss Lizzie Sykes, of Dowaglac, Michigan, writes the board of trade homesteaders very much. i Lizzie will lie glad to know that the only savage Indians here now are It is because a cheap and shoddy idea of what is expedient obtains j those on the Siwash list, and they If our representatives really believed in democracy we should not have to beg for the vote, the symbol of self-government. To Bring Canada Nearer To West Indies. Royal British Commission Starts On Its Work Of Improving the Commercial Relations Of the Do- minion and the West India Islands that we must needs be treated as forever unworthy of confidence and re- sponsibility as citizens. Do thinking men realize how women, nurtured on republican princi- ples, equipped with twentieth century ideas, with capacity tested by twentieth century standards, must consider the outworn statements about their unfitness for participation in affairs of state? It is not we who should apologize for the situation. It is not we who should bend the knee. Democracy itself is bound by our fetters. The all-important change which equal suffrage will make is the quicken- ing of the essential principle of liberty, the true spirit of 1776 and the constitution. never stray far from the spiritual cen- World Needs the Home- Maker By KEV. W. A. BAKTLETT, Chicago. The Sauce triaJ: makes the whole world hungrry word IMPORTED is no fable! The contents justify the label. Made and bottled In England There is a tendency to-day to belittle the work of the home-maker. Our talk is about schools and universities. We exalt the club and the literary circle. The patient mother who is at home making garment for her family is called the drudge and the slave, living in the dark age. Yet as a. matter of fact all these literary peo- ple and those who are exploiting the so- called high ideals arc dependent upon the work of the hands and must wear the gar- ment which Dorcas has made. All this talk about its being beneath a to cook and sew is absolute rubbish. The very manual training that is now being pur into our primary schools is a reaction against such unworthy ideas. The woman T.viio can prepare a good meal and who can fashion a comfortable garment, has accom- plished a greater work than can be estimated. We do not nc-od runny i.iorc books. We arc overwhelmed with reading matter of every kind. There are enough theories of life to make you dizzy, but, the world nilirhtily to he comforted, to be well and economically foil. It does not nerd showy but it needs enough to i'eul warm in winter and to add to creature comforts at all Pcrcr raised Dorcas to liio hc-.T.use she had been full of good woKcs. I She made coats and garments we'll rnd they were needed. I doubt very i much if Peter would find it convenient, to -o life (load people of this ase who do nothing but talk and Tluwiz? who wri'e books that were he: tor if they had never corn nnd who one Imnirn to a heavily load- j Lot us exalt the hciUiTy ar.d ot and lue j i.o'.riC-Aorker. PROVINCIAL NEWS. accompanied by Mr. N. C. Neilson and family, Mr. (brother of J. Anthony Hubert and Roy Jensen, nephews of Mr. Chris. Neil- son. They intend making their home Pioneer. Nay James have purchased the debentures of Carmangay school dis- trict, Carmangay, Alta., Mon- arch school district, Monarch. Alta., and Magrath school district, tres of the province, preferring sur- Magrath, Alta., Lead- reptitious bottles to fair and unprotec- er- ted Herald, The new line has reached the end There will be at least two of the forty-one members of the legislature absent when the session opens on Thursday next. They are Coloin Genge, of Macleod, and Hon. W. T. Pinlay. Mr. Genge is ill in the hos- pital at Lethbridge, and Mr. Finlay is still in Toronto undergoing treatment. Bulletin. 'Mr. Chas. Jensen returned from Red mond, Utah, last Wednesday. He was of the.grade, Acme, and it is eject- ed on February 15th it will be open for Standard. A letter advising the city commis- sioners to make provision in the esti- mates for for the maintenance or the Calgary public schools this year was received by the city commis- sioners from W. L. Waines, of the school board, this News. Removal Sale An opportunity that seldom comes to Our entire stock of i CLARESHOLM J Clare-she.: ni, Austin of Meadow Creek returned today from .Ontario. He reports snow in the east ;aml that the wheat, to him 'and that he is glad to he back. A fine balcony is being erected at Wilton he'.el and the new stair- case is being completed. The Footlights Pramruir: Society their play in Stavely on Thursday j before a good house. j Don Fin hyson, bx-iore leaving 'the old country sold his fine Clydes- jdale stallion, Homer's Kyle, to a party j Jin Okotoks. The horse is a magnifi-i jcent one and was fifth in the stallion jclass at Glasgow show in a class of bo-i itween 20 and 30. j F. or' Heaver Crook, Is jat. present slaying at Xew Oxiey the 'guest of F, Elliott. T. C. Milnes and J. Clark, having Doth received permission to move their :buildings across the street to make !way for the construction of brick build- lings, it will not be long before build ing is booming. Worth of Goods for Open every night until 9 o'clock until stock is sold out OCERY J. TUFF, Prop. Near Police Barracks ;