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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SKlTliMBER 15, V Lffi'iiiJivJJLJUlii iJ Bolshevik Iffionaires Live Lavishly in Berlin lias been peace- fully Invaded iy an army ot RUHian Bolshevik millionaires, who are com' tuau'ieeriug the most luxurious and expensive residences. They are dress- ed In Ihe moat extreme of English at- tire, and change their costumes at least six limes daily. They overflow the fashionable Adioa hntele at attflruoori tea, accompanied by the mot beautiful wcmeii, Ingly gowned and wearing fortune Ju diamonds. They are most accessible and dis- cuss Russian conditions with anybody. They say that Moscow Is full of high lire, with theaters producing gorgeous, plays crowded, and ChalUpin ringing dally for roubles a perform- ance., hlnuelf has written play. "The King's but it was a. frott. Magnificent private con- tn gtrao In the Kremlin nightly by orter of Lenin. On tha other hand, the are reported open- ly ajHaUng for a Crmr again aad worken are revolting agajoal com pulsory hard work. axe Urine Ilia prodlcml on loheriUd from capitalistic Bolshevik Commts akwer Manulaky, oarer walk but autos ire appmchlDK critical point when It will toe proved whether the bolshe- vik is .forth what has been claJEMd, mtut admit that the out- look U dark. gradually be- oomlac object ot erery body's hate. That la the reuoa are coming to Berlin." Congress Supports Hie Dominion LaborParty Sept. the Trades Congress this afternoon, J. W. Wilkinson of Vancouver, in the discussion on the executive's clause on political representation declared-him- self in accord with, the action of the committee in recommending the delet- ion of the resolution not only because rr the discourteous language in which It was couched, but because, In his opinion, its evident intent was to precjpltnto the congress Into politics. At this Juncture the speaker was interrupted by a delegate who declar- ed that It was not the Intention of the resolution. The interrupter was call- Cil to order sharply by President Moore aiirl Delegate Wilkinson pro- ceeded. Ho.doclareil the attempt was purely a political movement. There a movement in the west that, he bail watched for tha past year and watching It was an education, oil which he honed to have, a great deal more say; as iho business of .the 'ftpnvenlion proceeded but he took the present-Opportunity of warning the delegates that they could not go Into politics without heading straight for .destruction. James Tsrsato aoT that the deletion' 61 the resolution ba concurred In and that the congress KUB AWAY THE PAIN ;ABJORBINE JKi pala BIV >r t Absorb ine.J- soothe. It pent- deeply ye! u Jiirml ui to ihe n-.otl dclkete tiuuct. It U trpyictfmt J t coauma no rvotiuin. dru B Biitt' or W IV. F. YOUNG, loc, Lymau MontreaL reiterate the ttauod cn'.i- and energy. I'nliVe the olj. Incite the ol.ler four., c: iron, Xuxated Iroa dofj cot the teelh nor upitt tie it icidily aii'tnilntej acd you can reccgrjire aclio.i iy_a reaewtd feeling of buoyant hezlth. No mailer what cthrr terafdiei jou havt used irithKt i-jcetd il joj sre r.ot slrong or Weil you "owe it to youneH to If.e foUowing tiow ICILR you v.ork cr Slow far JOU can vitbt-j, fcrecnlni; Iirt'3: of NIK- Iron dar after fnealj -for :-.vo Thru test your itrei !h arain trf ;oa Bjfctd. To be :ure ol real lion .-d IiQ; 5Cnie form cf fce ocWlis: (5r wiH increase the strength, power and of delicate, rer- voas, people in two tirit in many instances. VivcFiciviitH'KoTzt S--ined trenTiS .is? SJa hllv "I -aki ill? N VT1 EiS talkt Cleencinc livtin t, ICO Th mi.lit-' NAVY CUT ;