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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T H K 1 K T H B lU D E D A I L V II E R A 1. D TinillSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1911 SCHOOIS Ontario Lducational D e p a r t~| ment Devising Scheme lor Religious leaching Toroni.o. -I.tr. ; i. � rii- i,.ia... 1'i3 Vaninent oi' Kduration iiu,- ;.'(;i.t ron fiderjit.ion a ivii vpurf' .o..;;- oi tin most suitable -^ar'-^ o: i i;r> .-i.>''ii i: a Utjn :i bpgin- ning the ^u'n.ieo! !s lo "t- .t l>-ia',s onv inatiou. a paper heiiig ^c' on tiu- pit soribeci coiir?t�. This suy.^esilo-j Is now b�iui; pL.tt^a i>,>:'orf i of the diiTeieni I'lol�.-tai,i ueiioniiiia- tions Th^ itrop(.>sai as !i' ius; n;cik�u lii )^iti'n> knowieils--' is dff't nul: in a Ion? iMro-iiIar which !uis liet'ii seni our by Dr. .loan St-.tth. supe/iii!eixitMii o:" �'rf\icaiiiiii in Ontari.). "I'li,: civcula ' fiill.v eci^ lortii ilu' St iieiiH- VI leiii:-ioiLs ;n?ir:n.tioi: � aiui in aiuiai;;.v :'ui trie primary schools oi' rbt- iiniviacc. The esftintja' javt of t-i'o s:-ii��ine is that no !n?tr':ctJor. ii; th^ 5'.\a" be siven b> the tea.-hfr as par( o( th-,' s; hool course of stun.'', t'ltaer iiii'''h.i; or after- scliool liours. . Tiie iiistnic-Hon la to be. given at bomr. and pivr-licularly i-u the Sunday school. Dr. Sveatb thinks tiiat ibis exatniaalion V'oiild be 'ried t'v a iarsc proportio'i of tho?e nritiai; on the eir-.anee te^^t. Dr. Seatb has issuad a tuetiiorau-t!uni. rai"- of which i;^ ois tcllov.-?; [ submit for 'he consideration of tiie representatives o( ihf vsrioiis de-uominaUonE of the p.-ovim-e the to'-loving scheme for co'irft^s m tiip Bible and in moi-a.lity in ;c,e primary schoolg of the provincial system. If the scheme, as a 'yhol^e. i,s favovably RALPH FAKISS TO BE HAMGED-ile iield up the Srisct Kxpicss. kill- | ed i!. K. .V.c.!uai;;u. a:.d rubbed liic pa.ss'-ii^crs. one of wiuim idt-ati'icu hini' on tl'.e stivets of Sais nu.isi t). ci-nfcsscd. i will be haiii;cd. The I trial lasted niinti'c.-^. T'lc ho} is -1 >ears of -ii:',' Piles Quickly Cured ln*tant Relief. Permanent Cure-Trial Package Mailed Free to All In Plain Wrapper We want: every niau and ^oiuaii s'lf-fering from the excniciatiug t-r^ure of piles to jnst send the'r ii.-.mc- and \ vrnww r;.-�i! a tree trial pa"!;fil.>. The way to prove what this great remedy -vill do ;u your o.-.c ease. : to just �iU out free coupon and send to us and you will get by return mas a free sample of Prvamid Pile lien 6dy. Then, after yon have provea to your-F-elf what It can do. yo : will go to the druggist ajid get c .jOc box. Doti't undergo an or^err-lion. Op�r-Fitions are rarely a succe.-i.=i and often lead to terrible consoa'.. to the hair and is splendid for dandi^ff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair. \ well known.downtown (Irii.i.'-glBt says it darkens the hair ho naturally and evenly that no body can tell it ha.s been ap-pl'led. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it atid dra* this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two. It becomes beautifully dark, glosay. soft and abundant. .J. D. Higinbotham i;o., Ltd.. druggists. received. 1 will s.:hnii! i: ;o :iie ir.iri- ' isle.- also for ills c>uls;d^^ra! ;o.! ""ii i s-icli anieudinehts as in.iy l>-ai- ic 'do necessary. Meaning of Ter.-Ti used in � diii ...---ions .n connt---tiou with the co'irscs a'' -^"'id,:- \n 'iu-�Provincial schools, the -rTm "rt-'.iuiuii^ instruction' > onnc,:rs se\-.-;ai uiea;;-ings. namely: til instruction in dcuouiina liona. doctrines: i2i lustr\iclion in iiibi- kr.ow.ed.i;-.-and, ��'�'�I S.vsieinatic iraiuii.g in iiu;r-aiity. Present Attitude The lueseut ultiiude of liif- Department or" Education iowa:"(is liiese sub- , jeci.s is as follows: | As lo lA't: Tile rrtruiut.on- fornoil: : the public and lii.nii .s. l;oois incM.le tiial. at the option o:" 'school lieards. . a i-lergymaii o! a.iiy denominarion , shail have liie ri.^h; to �^wi' redgio :.- ! instructioii to !he pnidls c! i'.is 0'.\ii j church at l"us[ onr-i- v.^--',^ aftr'- i -school in t)ie ai'ternuon .^urh iu- ; stniction may iui-lude denoniinationai ; ! doctrines. As to I'-l'i: The rcguiauons pre scribe the reading of the Bible at tlie ' opening of sciiool and leave it option- i I al with boards to rfciiuire sucii read ing at the close, tiie repeating ot 'he ten Commandments, and the inenioi- i ization of passages fiom the Bibie. i Such e.vcercises must, nowever. be car- , I ried on without comment. I As to i3): In the ."otirse.-, of stiidy. ' provisioii is made for iucidentai in- '� struction in man:ie;-s and morals:. .\o : provision, howeve:', is nia:!e lor sy.s ' tematic instruction in these su!.i.ietT.=. ; General Situation On the general siiiniiion I subnii! ' the foUowiug remarks: In the Separate schools, denominaiiona; insuiic-tlon is permitted durin.i; .^cliool iiours i under the Confederation Act. biit our Public and High Hciiool.s, vvhich are non-denomiiialio!ei!. .sncii instrin-- � tiou cannot be .nei milted. There is. however, a conceusu? of opinion amongst the snpiiorteis of such ' schools that in some way the public should acqtiire a knowledge cy' ilic Bible itself and of the principles of morality; and, as the provision therefor in many of their liomes ami Siii-day schools is admittedly inadpiiuute. most of the Protestant denominations have asked that Bible knowledge and . systematic moral training shall have ; a place in our Public and High school | syllabuses. j A competent knowledge of these ! subjects, liiey maintain, cannot be se- ; '. cured, by moral training which lacks ! � Fvstym and i>;. the mere reading of j i tiie .Scrlplures in .school or by instruc- j : tior. in connection therewith after ; sciiool when the pupils are fatigued ; by tijelv day's academic w-ork and ; ! iiave no further inceiilive to remain: j 1 Punher on in his report Dr. Seath : , say.t: j � Proposed Scheme I ' As to insir.iction in P,ible know- ; I ledge. 1 propose titat tiie iJepartment j of I'2duc(Ltiun i)rf-scribe in a iwo-years' j co'd'sc the meet suitable partn of lae t)ifl Testa mem. p-ith solectr-d parts for memoi ization. and thnt, as a beginning, set on tht-' presr-rined course. ; For this paper, a.s in the case of the I bonu:- snhj'^cis for tlie (jtlier examinations, the ma-\ihium shall lie :,':> marks and the candidates shall be allowed the marks he makes piovided he makes ai lea.'it 'JU. I)r. Seath says the nioial iii.stnjc-tion given shall not be of tiie ab.-^.'fraci kind. FRi.-.CE RUPERT OF EAVAnlA.- .V ;e, --i:; ]d.'::.re of lue new t rovvii , . I-'r:uce, it* MM^ POL J .luhaniiesbuig. Sotitn A'rii-a. .ian, 14.-Secretary Bain of the Federation of Trade I'nio.his and a band of irreL'oncilable comrades have on-trenched themsehes in che Trades ilall ie'.-re, and defy the police to ar-resi them. Barricades of furniture l)a::es and liquor cases block all ('he a[,r!.-aches. and baffle aV; tiie attempts of tlie uolice to reacl! tliose wirhiin \ d'dachmon' of fh'.rtv jiolicenieu ��y'lin tric-d lo raid the hall this uiorii-i!. ; iri order tu-arre::l. Secretary P.ain. '..a> dri\c-n I.-a.'-: by .'i luii! o" uiissiles from behir-d the raii'^nai'ts. The- c-ntire area -snrronndinu t,he hall has lieen cleared in order to >re-ve-ni supplies from reaching the gar-risor.. T.-'iisioii in. r; a.=:in;i and iui early coH;fio!i 'jef.veen the ^tri'cr rs and the rolire arjpear^ inevitable. WARMER 'IN THE E'AST Toronto. .Ian. 11.-Th" intense cold iias deiiartod as (iuickiy ua it came, the llierniometer marking at noon today Ifi above in Toronto. Iteports from different pans of the province tell the same siory. > ; : ; : > > > *: ? : SENATOR COX DYING ? ? 'I'oronto, Out,. .Ian. 1,'..-The : > coiulitlon of Henalor ''o.\' is ; ? .-o serious that doctors are. ; afraid he cannot live through ? > the day. .All ihe family are > present at the bedside. ? fj. .> ? :. > : V *� 'If LISTOWEL TOWN HALL BURNED Listowel. On(., .fan. 15.-Fire broke out la;-it night in the town hall here, and while everythiii'- pos-'^^ible was done to sas.'; it, the bni'lding uas burned lo the ground. The e.Mreme cold hampered l/he fire fighters. Here It Is At Last Sanol Kidney Remedy is made from li'-rb;s and is perfectly harmless, 11 y valiU's Ihiil leave no doiihl of Iho accomplishnicnt oi our tiini in ri'i'ortlini^ tiio ijrcalesi volnnir of Pre-In\enlorv .Sales in Ihi.s .sloro'.s liislory. N\ e iirt; ^ivin-; Ihe values to do it and all winter merchandise has been mnrked at new seilinj;: prices for (his big two-day event-prieos low enough to rid our .shelves tmd i-ounlers oT every line included and without regard to actual fosta or original values. I.?e here early and set your share of thesavinj^s. Wonderfully Attractive House Dresses $1.75 AT ABOUT THE COST OF THE MAKING ALONE .V h.vely hi'v lot iuchidin.r. specially purchased line, just released from the customs and undor.'.ncdly Ihe very best value wi-.avc e\er h.'d to offer. They arc the f-inious lire of "Morning Glory" and "Utility" Dresses so popul.ir across the line, made of splendid quulity ChambrEys and striped Percales, colors^tans. bines, greys, pink, hello, etc., n/^atly trim-riiid with self strapping, piping and narrow lace. Every one guaranteed v/.sshable: sizes 34 to 43. A Remarkable Sale of Pongee Silks 50c FEATURING A SPECIAL PURCHASE WORTH UP TO 85c A truly wonderful '-aiuo-you'll say so yourself when you see them and e.vamine the splendid weight and i|ualily of tbo cloth. Natural color only, genuine Pongee, pure illk. heavy weldhts and thirty-three inches wide. Think of that! We have never before sold silk of this nature in such a width at the price. And the weave and color is fully as even as you would expect to get in much hlghar pplo�d goods. Final Clearance of Every Winter Coat Tiirt-c spi'i'iiil kits in-eliitiiiii; all lolil, hclwi'cn Iwcnfy-llvc iiiul lliirix' _H.:ii'iii(nis - fX'cry one WW this st>a:-^(in. !,{)T NO. 1. .\il ('.cats worth up lo $l.S..'i(l [.OT NO. 2. Ncwc:-,! iiHxiei.s. worlli np to �'?'-i7.,'){i LOT. NO. ! Xcwesl slyli.'.s. worlli u|) lo ^^STi.m Finest White Cottons reg. 18c and 20c 15c Pure linish Mailapol-laiiis. and ("iiinbrics, in lo\t'ly line ((ualitics, I'liil yard widi\ very evenly wovi'u. soft and Tree from (Iressint,;. Pretty English Prints in Guaranteed wash Colors 15c ,\ .sijeeial early selec-lion in lig]it, incdium and dark colors. 32 inches wide, including the prelticsl tind daiiliesl designs we have ever had lo .show. A Special Purchase of Heavy Sheeting 30c Worth !0c a yard, measurinj? off for this two-day sale .\ clotii we could never sell al .such a low price but for ;i rorluiialc i)iiirliase of !i liberal (juantity al a bi.!4 sa\'ino'. .Nice even weave, made of heavy round thread which fiivcs the greatest amount of Anear, soft finish with very little dre.ssing. -As good a quality as you could buy anywhere at 40c a yard-and better than some stores offer al that. We would advise early buying if you want to get a share of this line. Any Suit in the Store Worth up to S.'!2..u0 $14.75 Nol a onc' reserved llii'oiioliont Ibis inlire stock. Suits of cx'cry (lescriptioii arc all in-cliid'.'d tind yoii can btivt-your imrestricled choice at -SI t.7."i any time on Friday and Saturday Large Wool Shawls Worth up to $2.00 $1.45 Exceptionally line ([ualitics i n Money (".omb Sluiwjs. rringed cdi^cs, shown in colors cream, .i^rey. bkick and cardinal, till in ,o(,()d libci'al sizes. Any Hat in the Store Worth up lo $2.75 Sonic Iweiily-dd'.l let I In clear up liie entire slock, bul doifl Ifl small luiinbers pi'cvcnt you in makin.t; ti selection lici'c. for styles ;ire till new Ihis season tind most becoming- Cashmere and Woollen Hose Worth up to 'i.lc 25c Some speciidly titli'acl-w'v lines added lo lliis lot lor llie final cletu'-aiice. Piaiii and ribbed cashmeres and ribbed worsted iiosciin sizes (i to 10 inclies. Every Dress Included in this final clearance sale Dresses lor til'ter-noon a n d cvenin,g wt'iir. ;is well as till dresses suittible. lor street wear, includin.g the finest slock in Soulliern .\lberlii. all goin.g ill bai\gain prices. , ^3,,, Silk and Cloth Di'css-es. worlli up to 'pUI $11.50 LOT NO. 2. $16.50 Aftei'iioon find k^veiling Dresses worth up lo 'iJ25.IJ() LOT i\0. .! $22.50 .\riernoon iiiid livening Dresses worib up lo -p.l.OO Final Clearance all Knit Goods 20 Per Cent (HI l-adies' (iolfers, llotd^ey Caps, Totiues, Aviation ami .Molor Caps, all going at bi.t; savinfis. * Final Cleiarance Flan^ette Wear 20 Per Cent on Gowns. Urawers, Ckjrsid, c:ov era, and I'ndersklrts in a splendid iiKSortment of various uual-ities. Final Clearance all Kimonas 2(> Per Cent OJJ silk and thept- Kimonas in lovely and most attractive styles e\ory one goiiiK al it decided barKfliu. Final Clearance Separate Skirts 20 Per Cent Columbia Sable .Muff $23.50 prices which is Butllclent evidence of bargains throughout our entire stock $;!7.&0 Columbia Sable Stole .....'. ........$25,00 :f;!0 Pointed Hare Set ..$20.00 $21^.50 Jliver .Mink .Muff ..$16.00 $20 HIver Alink Stole ... $13.30 Blaclt Opossum Stole $10.00 .��75 Rat-llned Mink Trimmed Coals, 2 only.......$50.00 Clarke & Co. The Ladies' Store Acadia Block 92 ;