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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBEll 28, Red Paint, Bunting and Wooden Arches Change Outward Appearance of City- "LONDON, Sept. Hussia's great pre-war cotton Into- try bas such an-extent i! urine rOTOlntloi tfcat it Is doubt- ful whether many of the mill: ever Will bo able to operate again, Sir Charles Macara, In tho'woTl'd's pbttort (ifcde, as Inter- view in th4, SIR ARTHUR CURRIE IN THE WEST pkoUcbbwi Sir Arthur Cwrria and Col. H. Molsou who are at'pres- Mt touring the "Weft- In the inUrwti of McGil! University. frora recently re-, turned from 'for U years hi ir as tie large cotlou factorr 'near Sir Charles estimates 'that of spindles .running iu Russia before the revol lit Ibii more .than, or 300.000 'are' '-'..I-.'-- The experiences bf.the English man- ager ot the Moscow factory 'Were 'told an an the methods employ; od by revolutionists'lifdealing" with one o! Russia's great Industrial the textile dis- trict; This particular, mill Larried on aII-the1 processes.frani cotton spinning to the finished product, I'l.QOCJ workers .having been employed under normal operating When the-bolshevik! assumed power the whoto cottoiv industry was nation- alized. At every mill committees-were formed and finally, In October, 1919, a dosree was'issued that all who had with the foniipr own- ers w-pulu" have to -leave; i the 'esnert-j gone, the mill stopped. r After >time attempts we're made to restart it was almost impossible-to bbthii'iirow "cotton. .Small quantities iverc. obtained.'which after heing.dllut- 'ctl put tUrou'j'hUiie'proc'eEScs. The.rmaelimary- now, IsJiiVf-VycTy' such n that it linjipsBiblB -to opcratb the- factory properlVr' fcccord inff to. tho' information given' Sir C Whenever machines are dam- are denuded of pa'rtji'ih repair tlsom. Charles staled that there was' little possibility br English workmen :going to employment "In ONE SUITCASE HOLDS-' 45 fimUS' CJ3STUME8 WHEN 8H6W ATTACHED .ATLANTIC CITjYp.Oet. ordinary wit all Servant at Arms Brown of the dli- trlct court needed to'.carry, away J of 46 jlrio In of "The Temptation's of In Mrvlng --of a New ..Vork shoe concern against the compiny staglno' a at the Globe theater on the Boa'njwalk. Brown went to the theater with -two large moving seize the costumes. He told the manager wait'until the perform, ante had been finished. ..When the-flirls had-' :'street attire and left the theater Brown'went'- room. a pile- of dia- phanous garments. ,v. "Attaclv -'said -the man- ager. "There-are the epitumes, '.count 'em." bbrroweda and Don t Like Ihe to of RULE APPLIED 10 President Hanna Extends it, to Other Government Keeping Out of Politics WINNIPEG, Ocf- tho stale- meflt reaffirbilnE.the decision tLat the National Hallway employees must keen out. of -politics, Mr. Hanrta out lines tie reasons lor this decision which has aroused a storm ot protest on tho part'ol .employees of the rail- way who: claim that such an order de- prives them of their political rights. "Considerable discussion seems (6 hare; arisen amqfcg certain classes of employees of the Canadian National Railways regarding the attitude of the .company toward: employees se.oklns provincial or federal parliamentary Mr.: state- ment which-appears ju.che newspap- ers, that .some-thing new liad been .the, management Is denied. fact. Is.that so. far, as. old Can-J adlan National lines are concerned the management then in control, had a clear understanding that any officer or .employeo.'ldentifying himself with partisan! seeking parliamentary UNITED KINGDOM MAY GO DRY IS YANKEE- WARNINJS ,.t'; are in qrave, said Patrick Rooneyr con- jnecle'd Arnerlean'. brew- intcrcstc, who sailed ifor.the.... i; :11 iafter a'etudy of the dry agitatio'h i "We, Americans laughed atjtne I ;very'idea of-prbhibltjon, but the -United Gtatcy suddlnly awakened to find it must'' iquit laughing and start; working io eyold over- come 'the cam pa Inn which 'has '.been planned.and already launch- joalrfst, its.'personiil-llbertlej." ''Ff-riiffafillA. FALLS DRY ,_ .if net of.Nia'garai 125 S haVe.'iono dry has' removed "the' deinand classes of inBtruments- It was suggested to the government that tha tax.he the. graphs instead of over anil' ahove the sale price as at present. I 'The delegation i- given f'a hearing and' consideration of their request was'- promised. FORMEP SF.AVR W.I T witil Rodents Hold .Big 'Steamship Victorlj Falls Com- prDparing'fplans to make Uho area .wet water about, thrfirr this year jthan In other years, projecting or.rock about 12p (eel from the Against- Starved Out gbbulevard On: the' Calipillan side prd- ]vents the. wafer (rpni''flowing to. the jShbrc. CantJ Borid proposes to blast them, have'attacked and put to flight jlhis leiige arid a channel over, a large cat family and otherwise play- LATEt) WEALTH ATLANTA, a slave, anfl n'ow feputert to be one ot tho wealth- iest negroes 'In the South, David T. Howard, 71, yesterday celebrated his wedding, anniversary and it thVoccasion to members of his'' Beginning an lioO, Id'ft by his former master, llbwhVd how own's'a business rated vis's the fourth largest.'of its city, and financial institutions readily. make "I'iiever wasted never went in for wild oats, never saw a. base: game .ami; never danced a step- but always my said "No. social equality for irie; no sane thinking negro' wants It.'-' The United Stales negro ,ttfday ithe dry section.' It Is staled that jternpts thc-Vbolder eriantl, .it. learned today. Lvhttors the cdgt'pf the lately before H take's Its actually peep .over .the precipice.. jKdwnrd, Prince, of. desired to NEW nf rats made Howard'said, warns .better Justice in savage by starvation, a means better accommodation eradicate trains and more schools for his children. ..'Too many silk snirts or.d too.mucli sood sali he, wrffe the canse-ol racial unrest. havoc aboard.the steamship Levia- than, formerly the German liner Vat- Renews Strength! Where there is need (6r a build- ing-up jonic SCOTT'S EMUlSIONj taken regularly, usulally spells renewed and vigor. I Since Ihe Leviathan' has been; tied up at B Hobokcn pier her foJent popiilatiop has multljiiled Into leg-..- Ions and Iiifost her eleven decks: and Intricately-subdivided Interior., Fumigation was.found impracticable by officers who sought to remove them, and starvation t tactics were employed several weeks ago, no par- ticle of food being permitted aboard. .After the feline army tho rats attacked the ship's 'fnnilsh- Ings, luxurious -leather cushions; panels' and other fitlljlga beinp gnawed Qutrantinc officers however, that tjie end In, sight. In ;.'ih.elr battle; for life, they declared, the rp- destroy one WRITER DEN6UNCE8 v j '.MRS. ASQUITH'8 BOOK, SEEK.S SUPPRESSIONS of Mrs. Asqulth's WernWded In ah' article signed by pub. llshed In a Weekly despatch to Lord Northcllfft's Sunday papers, Among the reasons given In the demand for suppression are: "It grievously many of those who are dead; It gives an entirely wrbng Impression of English soolcty; It.wlll go down '.In history as Unless suppress- ,ed ,refutedfrand It Inflicts great Injury on the nama c-f who was, of nirie "Picture the feelings of relatives .and .friends of Viscountess Attor and of the (ate beautiful and gifted. Marchioness o.f 'hook hat been written for Mrs. Asquitri venture to that few more unpleasant methods.. ive.been.... ABeautiM Complexion wiQ do more to ip the aWn than all the Wauty treat- iaents inicrea- etion. An im- perfect conv Pi by 4 ver. Skin. Thty ci -Small Price (CJiiticura Soap Ilealthy Shaving Soap DC no; ,lucre niKitliCrnay I'llcs.' N' dfalcrA, or Hales A Co., Liin'llcd loronto.- U >on mentis Mil TFnWTT" FOR TEN DAYS. WE ARE NOT WAITING UNTIL JANUARY TO REDUCE OUR STOCKS. WE ARE GIV- ING YOU THg REDUCTIONS RIGHT THE NEXT TEN DAYS, beginning Friday morning, the 29th. Values you have not ieeri for years. COATS, DRESSES; SKIRTS, WAISTS SUITS, SILK UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, COTTON FILLED AND REAL DOWN QUILTS, BLANKETS, BOYS' CLOTHING, SlLKS THE YARD, SERGES, COATINGS, GINGHAMS." FURS. IfALL REf dCT WUCE FOR A TEN DAYS SALE n b i -j LADIES' AND MISSES' SILK, SERGE AND JERSEY DRESSES On sale at a discount of NOTHING RESERVED Ev6iy diess in the'store goes at this'big i eduction. DreSSes suitable foi afternoon, street or evening wear. All new stock, this correct T in style :i- is your opportunity for ten days.' Buy now and save twenty cents on every FINEST PLUSH COATS ON'SALE AT A REDUCTION OF The finest range oE Seal Plush Coats you'll fiinl anywhere. We could not buy' any belter- in lha markets. Tho quality of material Is ox- .uellent; tho styles are rlglit, and at the "reduced jiHces are certainly, a (tractive values. Plush-Coats that sold at on Senow.... 'Seal Plush Coats that sold for on sale now for............. .Seal Plush Cpats that sold at on sale now ALL: OTHER PLUSH COATS AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS. ttOTH COATS For Women Misses A Traveller's Samples Plain 1 or-FW'-Trimmecl Polo cloth, ellvertone, velour, gold Hurbury tuecde; at