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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local MONDAY, UKCEMBlill '2V, 1910 Ztbe Ifteralb All The Local New. Where You Expect It LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA. li S11YF.N OF REV. DR.1 Calgary Speaker at Points Oul Need of ious Education in Schools FOUR CENTS FOR COOKING PURPOSES A special rale of Tour cenU per k.w. will in future be allowed for eler.trlc cooking purpose! where m special cervlce and meter IB in- stalled, the consumer to pay lor the meter, and power not to be uied for any other purpose. There will be r.s discount allowed, and there will be a minimum charge of per month. In a well elaborated address, punct- uated with data to emphasize Ills points, HOY. MacRae. principal of Foruttljor cf aecahr education only, conlend lug that Ihc religious education Uc done lu tho homes and the Sun- day CL'bOOlE. Gotden What mljhl have been u lively epi- sode was avoided by the chairman, Dr. IxjverloE, ruling nut of order a proposal inadc -by n. Goeden that W. Peebles, who was present, should pro- uj proof l Western Canada Coileie, Calgary. lnfl nlnl at lhc yoruul and. In the his rase af the forum on 6_ Peebles contended that Sunday, for "Religious In Iho Public- 5 speaker held thnt Canada i n rri. IHMIUCI IUL; i-ui uiu i Iho Public- Schools of Canada. TBC lho r ]ace (o was one bclwcen Mr press. neither the Forum nor the prcas was CD the dls- oaden and him- self, the only place was the law hlchGoadeu had. recourse. OKuwn Authorities Rule His Case Does Nol Come Undet- the Amnesty failed in grappling lhe sublet11, In not csllmal- j Jng the great underlying importance ID It irvu a serious menace to lhe future of the country that tho yontb WCTO growing up In what ivas a pagan atmo3pborci. This was the atmosphere pervaded by the pagan spirit of Urine for Hie gratification of lhe Bonnes and not lor the obligations that go with iluly.IJ Tbo youth of the land T.crc in- troduced into an atmosphere without any opportunities for lhe appreciation nf "the larger life. In thu'sccQlar rduca-. m n. lion ib which lhe schools were ronfin-' Declares Cihcs are Discnmmal- cd. Tliey ivcrc-growing up without f background, of the realities of life. I Young people wore not given Urn pszlunitv ui weighing Iho values of life. j The -Need in. Education It iras customary, snid trtn speaker, lo speik of the failure of the- church; but It wns not Christianity lhat failed but man m falling Co give Decide at Meeting to Take Some Action us Fernie and 1'iiss Camps ed Against as Compared to Rural Districts Christianity a trial. What was need- ed for the youth of the country was Die opporluully of getting a knowledge of life ns given" by Jesus, so that they jnlght fcnovr whether they Tvero with Him or apa.nst ifim. lie wa.i nol con- cerned wllh ilogmns or creeda which were human creations but wllh Riving Uig youth n conception of life, the the wherefore, whence I come, and whither am I Being, and Ihfit lllo was something more than meat and The city council, at lue regular meeting held on Monday morning, considered that 13ie provincial govern- ment IVCTC In the mat- ter of paying school I axes between Hie city and rural districts in respect lo properties forfeited for non-paymen: of local Improvement taxes, With this reeling the lollowins resolution was adopted: Whereas, clly ot LclLbridgo is un- der obligation to pay the school board the full amount of their requirements each year, Irrespective of collections; and "Whereas the city claims the right to collect Ectiool taxes Jgainst nil pro- crtiea within lhe school districts, drink. The so-called Eiccular education atlcl( ,aies ate BDl rald, then afforded up inulKe_ lor IJgh conduct, lhe cily the ri.qht to obtain title by menus of a tar sale; and "Whereas. If the provincial govern- ment will undertake to pay Che school taxea, It any. outstanding against the properties ivhlcL the government claims have been -forfeited for non payment or local improvement Uirr. end will undertake to continue the no authority of htsh no sig- nificance of the iilUmalo realities, no Uopc for clrlltutlon. Experience In the States To .emphasize his point as lo the iced o[ religious education In the choola, Dr.-Macllae qaoieiJ the I flonces-of the States after fifty years of Ih'e excludlog religious edu- ralloa per- iod crime hp.d IncrcaBed from one to four hundred per cent. The crime assessor be 'instructed lo write tin records of New York were greaterjprovincial governmeDL ID aocordince limn those of nerlin, Paris and the above citation- and vherea ilon. One U. S. Judge haj ralerred s ivlicre land Is forfeited lo lhe proiln Davirl Ilirechficlil, whose and tho ahanrTon- ment of the snme. only lo bo rc-ndonl- ud In' flgrccmeul between All hi ISM, anil carried on to this day. HP Bpohe of the plan for relig- ion? education In (he schools a rl op tod by ihfi c-lly nf Ixindon, Kngland, Where religion wns Lang hi (o the vnrloup do- nmone tho pupils by (he_ reprosentsitivca n! denomlnat- i lonit. There was a conscolncc ctiiuaej which iwrcnts could avail IhameeTvcs of If they nol wlllfng thai Ihelr] chl'drcn should rccckn reUgloiis odu- oul "right wnnt (t nicely prinUd nnd you wflril II qtilck. H you would be thoroughly aallsffcd, laVo It lo n. lhat has rcpuntlon. for prcraptncss ami good work. JjpVc bcHcvo lhat anything -fiorth doing al al! Is worlh doing well. More lhan beltcTe In doing work promptly and a "little Letter than SOGIUB -noceESjiry." THE LETHF3R1DGE HERALD F. T. ROBINS, SUPT. JOI1 PRINTIN'O DECt. Just What You Wanted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE There arc u number ol designs (hat would accord with jour dining room furniture nnd atid a nolo of cliocr especially lu tho Christmas Season FOR THE LIVING ROOM Select one of our artistic wallpipcrs lhat you will nOTer tiro of. HAVE BARGAINS IN JOB LOT3 OF WALLPAPER, JUST ENOUOH FOR SINGLE ROOMS. >OU WILL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET IN ON THIS, AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING, We Are Delighted the support our caalomcrs have given us In Ir.S Oui issiv cusiouium "noltic at loc. I'lcasc rcmemljcr 4 L.M.P. A. customer's bottles aro Iho only ones will u Kindly TClilrn all other boLLles promptly, Crystal Dairy Limited ;