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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, INARCH 3MQSO DAILY HERALD J.PAGE ELEVEN IMS OF REVOLT However He Said it Wu it to March SUtemests eredirlag II. Bldwaray, general sec wtary of the'.federatlen of. rail ray- Ban, as iecUrlai to the coogreaa of the manl federation of yesterday that the railroaaimen miut be ready: for a nvoHUoa m Slay 1, were tailed'by K. BMefarar today. "Do'you titnk I.am fool enovgh to anamioe a revolution btforekaodr II. aaked the, newspaper- men wtth whom he talktd In this con- nection. "If a revolution were daslr- that would be the besl .war to strangle It. govern- aunt, 'people, the bourgeoisie aod the openly dlscuiatof the question from various aapecU. Wtvsa a revolution will take place no ene taowi. J said was that when came the workliigman must make It tkelr business to see that the social transformation should be In favor of tke proletarian and not -the bonr- poverty, while tho girl with llttlo hair will marry rich." X'sxt to, tad grace with tho folk- lore authorities is the enviable curly hair. "It's the klgn of a we. "It the hafr, falls In little curls at the back of the heck It means an early widowhood." Quaint and amusing are some of the other character -delineations which the hair prophets hare set down. Kinky is a sign of variable a fine fla- vor, but no harmful after-effects: fio raise hi price AN ISLAND OF PHOSPHAT an article contributed to T London Dally Mall, Thomas L M ilahoa, F. R.' G. 6., gives what ha assniued to be an authentic c count of what he calls "the lltl EDOt of eartb. that .nearly upset t Peace. a tiny Island the lonelleat pan of the Central Pa'i cine. called Nauru, Is, the writer adds, worth many millions ot money on account of .its millions "of tons of phosphate rock, mere' 'pinch of this magic tropical product put. Into the most Impoverished sofThasj an amazing effect upon plant, life. In Australia, where some tons Is used an- cr-ally. it doubled the wheat crop. Japan farmers cannot now do without the aid of this1 fertilizer; Japanese farmers are keen buyers' of the product. Indeed, every na- ion that farms extensively IB plac- nj- orders for phosphate rock. 'Nauru Is only 12 mljes In cir- cumference, Acres sfn extent. !t Is 33 miles to the south ot tie wAiator, 2.3CD miles from New Zealand, miles from Japan, and miles 'rom America. It Is the Treasure Island Australia claims. New Zea- land wants, and Japan'-'demanded as part of the Marshalls, but to which Britain has established most fight. 'Before the war Nauru was Ger man territory and attached to the German proup! of Islands, the Mar- shalls. Under German admtastra tion the natives were -cruelly neglect ed and their number dwindled to mere Today under energetic and humane British administration the natives are one of the healthier most progressive races In tho whole South Pacific. They have been weaned from their Idle 'ways ani encouraged to tnprore their villages make and mend roads, and give u] Ihe Insanitary prr.ctlsel ot 'burying their dead In their houses or at the front or back doore. Hundreds of aatlves now work hi the phospUate fields. ar< paid very high wages, and have the mott comfortable living RIGHT SIDE UP AFTER SOMERSAULTS ___. ta whlcn Mr' Chas. A. Iteed, UMdrOrM toy, Jlrn. w. J. Reed, and Miss Cotlrell, had a miraculous torn at mrtow fajnry at'Port Credit, After travelling oast brldfe the too close to the south oldo of the Usnmt twfce before alighting.on all four .wheels tat His thr Simmoni Pitented Steel NoUelew Comer rative Colon, and Mahogtnj, Oik tad Circusitn Your Choice of a Dozen Charming and v Good Designs in Metal i... Tke New Achievement of Simmons Limited EKING at these beautiful new Sim- .rnons Beddesignsin heraccustomed woman might perhaps be justified in wondering why no one has ever thought before to follow ths accepted design principles in nieta! beds. There is a very good it ex- plains, too, why even today only Simmons Limited is able to produce designs along these lines. The trouble lies in the limitations im- posed by old-style; tubing. It has a seam running the full length of the tube. It cannot be worked into the shapes. It is apt to be not take the enamel smoothly. For years, Simmons Limited has been working 6n this problem of bettering metal bed design. To accomplish what it was charming models as the illus- trated above in Twin had to in- vent a tubing that is truly seamless. All these new designs arc rriade with the Simmons Seamless Steel new invention of the greatest practical im- portance. Square and from joint, seam and roughness. Beautifully smooth, so that the enamel lies tight and evenly all not scratch, check or chip. v- YOU find these fine new Simmons designs in Beds Built for Sleep in the leading stores. Quiet beds, with the Sim- mons Pressed Steel Corner from squeak or rattle, "Tour choice of many different and of Twin Pairs and Double Width in each pattern. Enameled in the accepted Decorative Colors, and in Mahogany, Oak and Circassian Walnut. Simriipns Springs, too "Waldorf" Box rComposcd of finest oil-tempered double-cone .spirals, mounted on a frame of seasoned hardwood and upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Covered with attractive tick- ing. Finished with roll edge. A spring that really does give freely to all the con- tours of the body, yet supports the spine in any sleeping position. And some very charming Brass Beds and Children's Cribs, together with Sim- mons Mattresses and Pillows all built for sleep by Simmons Limited, Simmons Beds, Springs, Mattresses snd Pillows cost little if any more than the ordinary merchandise of the average store. A postcard tous will bring you the names of Simmons merchants neanyour home, ST. JOHN TORONTO SUtp is a Itig Subjfta ll'rilc Ihe Irothurc, "What (Baaing Midicat and Htnlih Magnitia Say Ataul StpaaU Beds And Smnd free cfcfiafft SIMMONS LIMITED GALGARY WINNIPEG t MONTREAL VANCOUVER .Built for Sleep ;