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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1018 THE LFTHUHIDftB DAILY imHAU) PAGE NINE R. C. INSPECTORS J SAYS THE POPE Ottawa, Oct. 24.-A paitoral letter from Pope Benedict VI, dealing with the bl-llngual dlapute which haa cauied auch aerieua distention between the Engllth and French apeaklng Roman Catholics, principally of Ottawa and throughout the Dominion, hia been addressed to Cardinal Begin at Quebec and made public through his eminence Pttro de Maria, the apostolic delegate here in Ottawa. In hia letter, Pone Benedict statea that the appeals made by French-Canadian* that Inspectors for the separate schools b� Roman Catholics la Juat and that during the first years of their tuition French-Canadian pupils should be granted the use of their own language far oertatn subjects, chiefly and above ,all. thai teaching of Christian doctrines. The Pope, however, deplores the dlssesslbn which haa arladn  and counsels prudence that ooncord may exist among Reman .Catholics. UNIFY IAN F (Buy n Victory Bonrl) Vladivostok. Oc:. -17.-(By the As �Delated Press)-Oon. Ivanoff, the war minister of OmiBk government, has arrived from that city to confer with the hIIIor in an uttempt to ftyiitcm atize the mobilization of RuBRiann here for tho new army. Ho will also attempt, through a united command, to bring harmony about among the mill tary leaders ot eastern Siberia, many of whom arc now acting independent' ly. Oen. Ivanoff said today: "A strong army under the all-Run elan government l� completing its training at OtnlsV, but tho re 1b urgont need of arms, equipment and money from tho allies. At present Russia is Siberia, und Siberia Is Russia. There foro, tho Siberian army in a foundation for u now and powerful Russia. There is not room In Siberia for a class war, hence tho downfall of the Bolshevik)" Tho Ufu government has bee*n re-moved lo Onilbk und thn authority of the ull-Ruaslau government Is holn exerted there through eablnol minis ters. EPIDEMIC ON THE Toronto. Oct. 24.-Encouraging re t>ort� from all sections of Ontario re carding the Spanish influenza huv been recelred Here today. From many towns und cities, especially In th �western end of the province, It Is con fluently believed that tho dlsoaso han been checked and the epidemic on the wane.. Proposals have boon made to re-open schools aud other public meeting places in Bomo sections, but it I not anticipated that medical health officials will take this action until th * Not Difficult to Grow Plant if it is Properly Handled the Toronto, Oct. 24.-For throe Sundays tho churches ot Canada aro being asked by tho minister of finance to call special attention In their service to tho Victory loan. in addition to making a special reference to the campaign on Sunday, Oct. 27, the minister appeals to tho clergy to mako Sunday, Nov. 3, a recognized Victory Loan Sunday, throughout Canada with a service spe. daily devoted to the need and on the following Sunday, Nov. 10, tho last ot thu campaign, lo invite laymen prominently Identified with the canvass \o deliver a short address in ovary pulpit which can be mado available. LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN (Winnipeg Free Press). Wild rico grows In many parts of western Canada, and its value as food for wild water-fowl has suggested to many pooplo the possibility of transplanting it to sloughs and streams where it is not found. Sovoral parties havo gathered seed this year and interest in planting it seems to have been aroused in many parts or the west. It Is not difficult to grow this plant It it be properly bundled. Although wild rice doos not grow When Queen ICiizubcih of Helgium was asked in choose a flower to lie placed on sale In various countries for the benefit of the babies of Belgium, she very happily choso the forget-me-not. Whatever else is forgotten in (lie final peace negotiations It Is safe to say that the Belgian babies will not be incl.ided in the list, lly . the ravishing of Belgium the mark ot Cain was stamped upon the brow of the Hun. And by the ravishing of Belgium, as a "military necessity" ; was Germany detinltely condemned to complete defeat. Millions of swords leuped from tho-;r scabbards when Gorinany decided to make a scrap of paper of a solemn engagement nnd make war on the helpless women, and children of Belgium. And they will not return until the despoiler is mado to provide what poor restitution he may. But In tho meantime the children of Belgium must ho helped. The. invader is still iu the land and tho children uie still being ground down under his iron heel. One of thn fea-naturally In every suitable pltieo with-' tllros 0f ,ito present system of sac-in its range. In most casus it can ho tyring Belgium Is the'transporting to made to do so by transplanting by Holland for brief periods of rucupora-, various tribes of Indians, and invest!- 11j0, ,r the Belgian children affected ' gatlons conducted by tho bureau of ! ),y the ravishes of war. Money Is! plant Industry have shown that with j urgently needed for the. continuance [ proper treatment of tho seed the plant and extension of this work. Make ; may bo propagated In any favorable' your cheques payable to your local' waters in tho country. It has also j Belgium Relief Committee or send I thorn to the Central Committee, .j* St. ! Potor Street, Montreal. ! Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents ^M*�lt|wau�^M���.>�M�>.�>�..�..�M�..*..�..f,�H�.,�..!ai:i stvle; Id,e i; 1.1:;. v. 1 lln-il df �r ! I. Mlifiil Siils Jus! lew This Wee! FUR TRIMMED SUITS $85.00 to $100.00 Mo-t attractive and hand-!omesi styles we have had to show. Made of finest broadcloth and Sable or Hudson Seal trlmtneil. LARGE WOMEN'S SUITS $45.00 to S60.00 Kxtrn lai g y. Iifowp p in >i/"s I> !'.>f1l. elite) -II an l':;( 'llenf "ii to to. MEN'S WEAR SERGE SUITS S45.0Q l.xi el lent brown and as good as hhe two ...... � in .'nudnrful 1 a-o. n-.ivv. valuiv lock cf Special! Colored Cashmere Hose Plnesi pure wool t'.i.-hniero in t:.ns. brown1- and grey. Very -cn-e j;im-I:' ist l-'V ly ipiality and inod'TuIely pri.:-' ed. All ."!:i).i>0, juid with (In-steady advance in skins is now worth much more. Very full furred, dark , .y t rich color, well matched skins. Su Inch sweop, all inches Ioiik. Bilk poplin Vtmf lined. All sizes lit! to 44. Absolutely the best value on the market. J WAIST er So Pa And Variety of Choice is Much Above the Average. Striped Silk Waists $6.00 to $8.50 ljtRht grounds with dark stripes in llabutal and Crepe de dhene wash silks; natural gi' with various colored stripes; ind navy, or green grounds with light stripes, malting up a variety iff choice broad enough tu Btiit all tastes. Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists $6.50 to $11.50 The new round neck with no collar; round iicius villi back collar and close buttoned high collars are all fea'.irrd in this showing. Most attractive and dainty styles, all beautifully 111 ale, Including '�ol-ors liesh, rose, apricot, mttlite, nuvy, black, etc. Children's Sleepers $1.00 to $1.50 , A complete ranse of sltsert just to bund including ull ages from one to ton yearn of ago. Very huavily fleeced garments In excellent. wearing iiuallty ut siuno a:i last year's prices. Suede Silk Gloves $1.25 Extru Rood quality gloves In white, white with black, black with white, grey, mole, buck and natural ch&m-oht colors. A splendid weurlnu glovo actually worth $1.50, shown In ull sizes. Featuring Styles That Would Do Credit to Stores in a City Many Times Larger Titan Lethhridge. CLOTH SKIRTS $10.00 to $27.50 I'lttin serges, cheeked anil plaid worsteds In exceptionally wide variety of choice including ull tho wanted sizes right up to 30 inch wnist band. SILK SKIRTS $10.00 to $25.00 � Deautlftil grtrme'iifs in plain poplins, duchosso and tuffetiitf ua well us 11 very wide range of choice In newest checks uiul stripus, sizes -4 to 3l> Inch band. I ill i I I i CLARKE & CO. 614 Third Awe, South Lethhridge - Alberta 760200 ;