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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Letlibridge Daily Herald, Saturday, March Lethbridge Furniture II Dissolut- A Child's Crusade Juvenile Court' Methods That Reform the Vicious Bp JUDGE BENJAMIN B. LINDSEY. Noted lor Juvenile Court Work, Denver, Col. Bargains We must sell the en- tire stock in the next 15 days and in order to do so we are offer- ing the most of the stock at less than Manufacturer's prices. All goods marked in plain figures. i IKLVO ol'k-n bwu asked how it is if I cnn trust a youthful burglar to go alone io a reformatory why cannot 1 trust him ii> go alone to work? Tin) answer is that ihc iutlividuul is rather than vicious, lie is strong enough to last over night, tun not enough to last a month. He goes ttf the- instant ion. lie the trade ol' a or a he has some incentive in life, lie gels out of ilk1 lialtii of bfing bail. When he comeii out ho is proikl of job. and as soon as j him work he want.-; to well ho can do it is behind him foreviv. i This new diii'livn's started in 1900. Wo j are now going ou the theory ihat the law is not one- tenth of the problem. for want of a I letter word, is the other nitie-iemhs. The solution of the problem of ehild delinquents ciiietly in knowing how to get at trinhrSn'JeHtng loyalty to the state and io the law. Once you get a boy to go regularly to school the problem is solved. On the other hand we (io not want lain io think that the, conn is a brute or dead easy. Under the Colorado system parents arc held strictly accountable for their children. The parents who send a boy to a saloon, or the parent? who allow a. young girl to go to a dance hall, are taken before the conr' and put on probation. There are just three rules to follow: 1. Xcvor charge a child with crime. 2. Hold the parents or others legally responsible. 3. Every case that pertains to a ehild must be tried in the juvenile court. The last rule is the only one thai needs explaining. It means thai if a man strikes a boy or sells cigarettes to him he is tried in the juvenile court. No. 2260 BUFFET in Gold- en Oak or Early English, swell front, heavy beveled British plaie SALE PRICE No. 569 DRESSER AND STAND, Golden Oak, heavy plate mirror, SALE PRICE NO. 568, DRESSER AND STAND, Golden Oak, heavy plate mirror, SALE PRICE S12.50 V i 'J c. NO. 1 CENTRE TABLE, vjoicien Oak. highiy finishen. SALE PRiCS 51.50 See our 575.00 Dining Room Suite. Have Pro- gressed By CWKT MUMi. "Better 50 years of Kurope than a cycle of no longer applies to the east in general, for half it century of .Japan has accomplished a great deal more than cycle? of some western countries. Bui.'the fol- lowing question naturally suggests itself to anxious western critics: "Will .lapan per- manently keep up the wonderful develop- ment which she has accomplished during tli'j last 00 This only can be answered by harkins: back to ourSustory and by realizing our na- tional characteristics. ]n considering the origin and cause of the development of Japan we must emphasize the fact that the geographi- cal situation and the history of the country helped it to an enormous ex- tent, 'Our freedom from foreign yoke or oppression during the 2.500 yean of our history has permitted us to develop our national characteris- tics to the utmost of our capacity, while the climate and natural beauty of the country have exercised favorable influences upon our people. The numerous kinds of beautiful flowers enabled the happy inhabi- tants of these to see blossoms at all times and in all seasons, thus contributing to a sober and equable temper; innumerable volcanic mountains have invigorated our climate, while the rapidly flowing rivers and streams contributed in no small degree to the active and agile charac- ter of the race. Two powerful historical facts must also be noted. Ever since the Emperor Jimmu ascended the throne we have been governed by the same dynasty, unbroken for over 2.500 years. Even in feudal times the maxim that the people were the chief treasure of the country was not lost sight of. We never find any trace of slavery in our long history. Not only were the people eiem.pt from despotic rule, but some of the. emperors made it their chief aim and ambition to increase the welfare and happiness of their subjects. Loyalty and patriotism always go together in this country. They are inseparable. The last of a dying hero are, almost without ex- ception: "Emperor, Banzai S" In the late war the battleships Kinshin Mara and Hitachi Mani sank amidst the shonts of with nearly all hands on board. Just as the cherry tree, which even in the winter has the essential qualities within itself to bloom, but which, owing to the cold and frost, does not give out flowers, as soon as the spring comes, blossoms and displays its energy, vigor, and power, so the Japanese, whose energy and patriotism were suppressed, owing to the limited sphere of their activity, as soon as the season came, realized their Capabilities to the fullest and are now looming large on the horizon of world politics. Mutual love between the ruler and the people i has been, is still, and will be in the future one of I the most important causes in bringing about the development and prosperity of the nation. Oenius Is a Form of Madness YOUNG GIRL NO. 240 TABLE DINER, Golden Oak, highly finished, 6 ft.. SALE PRICE letlibriiigefuriiiture pn Opposite uU. FkcHall The poetic temperament denotes emo- I tions with which the blood of ordinary men i _ _ _ _ j i cbarged. The genius experimenis with life; he finds his natural habitat in new and un- known fields. Genius shapes upon his silent lips the master words of many thousands of men. In ancient Greece the state of genius was one of madness. Genius is the fleeting emotional over- flow. It is emotion giving speed to the intel- leci It is the emotional flooding of the soul. It is the common emotional experience of men in a higher intensity. It is a drunkenness of the senses. It is in the sphere of the infinite. It makes of poetry the prophet's garment. It is the intellectual child of emotion. Emotion, moreover, ia the servant of the highest reason. 9y Prof. Georte SIMPSON'S FOR EKSTER Iii this Sale ol Whitewear you will i'lnil the most complete range ol undergarments ever shown in the city and at prices that are hard to match elsewhere. We handle the Eclipse Brand, which is known from Coast to Coast lor style, finish and quality ol materials used in the make-up of all uuder-iuuslins. The stock is exceptionally large and attractive, and tor the remainder of this week we make big price reductions to reduce the stock quickly. CORSET COVERS 25c Fine Nainsook Cotton Trimmed with wicie Torchon lace, neck and tleevei with draw ribbons worth 40c EASTER SALE EACH 25c CORSET'COVERS 90c Made up of fine all-over embroidery, front and back beading A fine full garment worth EASTER SALE EACH 90e A] Black Underskirt bargain "The Form Fitte" British Taffeta cloth, light weight, better than silk. Deep embroidered flounce, -adjust- able band, safety pocket. Each NIGHT GOWNS S1.00 Material fine soft Nainsook, embroid- ered yoke, full skirts, 3-4 sleeve made o puM over or open down front. Worth J1.25. EASIER EACH NIGHT GOWNS Very, beautiful materials fine Nainsook elegantly trimmed Swiss embroidery aria insertion, half sleeve and low neck. Worth easily 12-25. EASTER SALE EACH WHITE SKIRTS S1.25 This is a wonderful skirt at the price. Full wide bottom with embroid- ery, flounce and under fine quality cambric. Worth regular, fl.W. EAST SALE EACH41.25 WHITE SKIRTS Two lines at this price. .Either em- broidery or Val lace trimmings. A very pretty skirt, at a price you'll ap- preciate. EASTER SALE EACH New Silk Underskirt bargain Very deep flounce and dust frill, adjustable band, safety pocket, light weights, black only. Easter Sale Each Thursday Evening Bargain in Kid Gloves Thursday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock we will sell any ladies'' glove in the store 00 per pair. "Every glove fully guaranteed French Kid. MY aiid white, values -Si .50 and 31.75. Colors black, tan. brown, THURSDAY E VEXING FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK SELLING AT Everything' Require in Smalhvears and Xeclavears. Buckles, Combs and Hair Goods LINEN SHIRT WAISTS, finely tailored garments, and excep- tionally fine value at the prices, irripson Phone 344 Limited Crabb Street ,dcath of her sister Elizabeth, to close acquainlances among young men of the town and that her clothes and her extravagances led her into many escapades. Her male friends will he called upon to tell what they know of her and oE her relations with her i sister. i At a'preliminary Varing before SICILY IN DANGER OF EARTHQUAKES :whom she says she cave a Rcmly, Tuesday morning Ca- ON MURDKK TRIAL! tablet On Friday, and not long before therinc Nans entered a plea of not the elder sister fell dying to the floor In her confused first story to the chief of police and the coroner the child prisoner declared that she. had purchased a drachm of strychnine from a man who later presented her 00 with two capsuls to eivc her sister. Ohio, March She has firmly declined to tell who man is and the police are in- Catherine Nans Charged of Her Sister. Chicago. Mrtrdi cable des- patcn to the Record Herald Mount Aetna on the Island of Sicily is now in eruption. Twenty earth- j quake shocks were reported last night. >or. RUnty to the charge of murder in the Resldcnts are in fear. It is l first degree. believed some towns near the moun- tain are in danger. PTOTP, Nicolosi it. is reported that: a large crevasse has opened in Mount j Aetna at a height of 2300 metres.; Mascillion, arine Nans, the 16 year old girl who spent last in a prison cell under icijned u> believe that Me is but a a charge of murder today faced ano-iment of her imagination, ther long cross examination as to the I U is known however that she had Medicines that aid nature are ai- most successful. Chamberlain's Coug-h Remedy acts on this p'lan. It loosens the. coiifih, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. Smoke. and lava are pouring from the opening. At 'Messina twoj severe earth shocks were felt. The! population was thrown into a panic, jj No damage 5s reported as yet ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Lignt of Canada. Progressive activity ano the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOK MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Srtdy'R Matohps Always and Everywhere. We have' been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since 'Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada ;