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July 15, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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July 15, 1921

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I tions of the student body. The stun- thern;,elve.~ taunted, goaded to dcsper- COMPANY, idards of a up reunify mty he easily I rated hy the standards of the scilools, alien. 177ader the pressure of eircum- if the neighburhot)d is hnrnlonious.!stancessme of them violated the law. I ihe ~choolwil] ho harmonious. If ti~c The state of Idaho cannot of course neighborhood is affected with env t(:ounL~nv, n(:e lawlessness, even in the 'a'nd dereH ii \sill he reflected in thejname of patriotism and Americanism. !:~chools If the vommtlnity is cultured the school is ,mltured. If the c()nl-{[| cannot justify abduction any more reunify is vulg~tr, the school will be!than it coltld a lynching, even in the vulgar Many an excellenl teacher iname of high ideals and right living. has betq} pronounc(,d it failure lu the lEven i.n cases where the human pas- C/~)lll/l}lTli[y. who I)el'ii:lps has been tilet ~ions are goaded to such an extent ffSSE REPUBLIC : Publishers. F. BROWN - Editor. .~noar~d at the poatothce at t'aiouae at~ seeofld-cias~ ma~ter. 8UBBCRIPTION S : Year .................. $2.00 months ................ 11.00 __ Telephone Main 67. FR1DAY, JULY 15. 1921. WORLD IS GROWII~G BETTER. 1.~,-, failed They l~av,~ failed to sup-[ "'[ know that just t)efore u)e, ot port hiLn in raising the standards of t )mewhere before me, there is a gee- tl~e school Io a higher pi-,~ne. Tilei eration of men who will think l,ss of .~;cbo,)l i~ a Iruc index to the charac- being saved, alld lnore of being worth 'tor , t' rh , ],,~ r,,ns. We cannot criti- i saving, less of dogma and inert! ()[i cise ms' scho~fls withmll giving mtr- drily, less of law lind ioore of leve."iseh'en a direct ship in tile face. 'File These were the words of ,]osiail schools are its gt~od a~ tile neigiltmr- Gilbert Holland in his "l,essons of!hood demands. Life," that was written in i861. These words were nothing short ,)f .t' prophecy, and we are rapidly ap- proaching the time, if we have not already arrived at the time when thi.~ I)~'~! [e t('h~ r le ') I}! I ! Iilas eve ' " " /that they break down the barrier of had. hl sucil (ta~e the { eLtcher has .- the law and blindly defy it. the state l)Ot ia ~(1 SCI II (n a~ lie Cou]nlunI[\ * * must stand inflexibly for strict en- prophecy is actually fulfilled. Every day sees the churches coming nearer alto nearer together. The union ser- vices now being held in this city is no more than the fulfilment of the prophecy that the day is not far dis- talat when the barriers of creed will beentirely broken down and all will ullite in" working for the common good of man, rather than advancing the interests of some particular creed, ffndeed, the old habit of hag- gling over methods of worshiping Christ are hecoming obsolete and all are working in spirit of Christianity. the one of service to mankind. We often hear the ren~ark that people are drawing away from the church. Per- haps they are drawing away from dogma or creed, but they are not