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iMO NG RUSSIANS
New Ecomicute Polles Develop Strike,
Waur Controiverle' and Arlitratlon.
M10scow, Aug. 5.-"lhc old ola.
Strukggl egins again ain MJscow, now
that w have the nrw iecon.omic poi:
Uy,' said 31.\'ll nic . , chairman s,
the .:- w Trade- I'*ionsi. T'":Pae
sting in that chair as yvn e-;nter-mi
s a factoy 1oss, and I . as !n
Li ho t' ) : i :
ndu tries and t.. w'ark:: :an
u rninen t -r . wasn-r a:.y
azrin h K , .f . o:\'' sr. b:
Jus o fo r'' b: Ni!':' a: o r.
Bard bus 'A li :, 1.o '1 a: ytt*in :.-r-. ! :n
a e- n -d at- i
Itr .\ ; rr-r' a n~ Z i: "1 : room-- T upm
a re (Iit. ~ Tan-y t.:n. A : r-an
in ht 1- 'j'-(1
Russia :.a n
W~as of W-fini::y -.\mn;Van ormran
1zat.o'. .\ u(ri-an . . are C r
i n s of Rlssia' :rov
ma - h m h i vin W! t .:':en uni
Ordv-rly ;u tlaiy
-Na : t l : (i".- ohd -n t- .* -a"-s
I'ated .ta'"S w aNIA % -v-ed the
w ro r in-r ly tak- A - yid- of thr
b'aso. Mut a lht qf ihn s or! .-tike
for thorn: ar nr.ttled hers- by law al
ready. iht hour day--the factory
Anector can jut a man in jail who
violate-s that. Te dor-s :.o evr-ry little
while. We eave safety revirlation s and
working conditions and minimum wage
established by law. But, of course,
-we have to have a bigger wage than
that bare min imum, which will scarce
ly buy bread-so there our contests
tart-rnostly over wage scales.
"When a strike occurs-well, of
course, in government Industries these
things get settled by arbitration,
though arbitration Is voluntary, not
compulsory. Hut in the private shops
we have some strikes. Last one I re
member was in a mta-work:ng --hop,
and the boss brought irn some scabs.
Not professional scabs, for there are
no such creatures in lussia, but sim
pe village boys who didn't know a
thing about labor' organization. O:ur
p.:n:lkents sitply went over to themo and
( xlaain('d what tll. strik :e was abou t.
It didn't take long to (:olvinice these
1boys. \Vhen the strike was settled
the boss had to pay us th( eight days'
wages we lot in Striking."
"Are your unions organized the
marme way as in AmerirN?' I asked.
"\e have Iinustrial unions here in
stead of craft un Ions, If that is what
you men . in::te~ad of thle lhunrd red:;
of ririion.: there: wc-e in Nemw Yor'k
th ere arme only V 1 in .\oscow Iprovince,
with right hrendred thousand tmemb~er.
Tlhe textile w.or'k('t. I.adl, withi over a
"T'lhat wa.:sin't u hat I mteant, 2 sail.
"\(e hear out:::dte thlar. :nombilershipi in
ar ie goivernied iromt abhove- -ini shlort,
that yotu arn- a sorit of la:bort a rmy."'
"Tihe unionis are gover'n di by their
mnemiberis, sa id .\e InIc hanaski, ''and(
mnemtbersi: Is volunitary. It has nieve'r
''('t what yout (could i''; re lly all eenii
pul sory Inn the seniso of a decrtee coim
eInhg meni to join. Iin fact, we even
. ed to havet -anin'-' to get ridi of
mrenmbers wh-lo were riot reaI workers.
'Ia he-" lr' of w'or'kers andc had
to -he weeded ot every littrio whIle."
"l-bow about uinemploymnent?"' [ ask
ud in c:losing.
I.ots of It in .\los:owV," satid .31h
n ichanuski, 'fromt demnolIz!"ation, tot
'.l.ation of !ndlutry a nd the famine.
We areo flcoded with tunskilled workers.
Buttt nio :1kiled mne''huanies ar'e ou t o1
"Th'I ni, of c::uris", we have tunem
>;-'/menit ,e nefit --('nongh municipal
ti, ::o lhat a :tnani um! not starvo.
ployed all mluniiIal services, sitech a
ii '' '''n h' oie that
a good harvest will absor'b somel( -
un e . th: r'e arei: 37 ,000 or thorm
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying
Eni'ching the Blood. When you feel Its
str'engthening, invigorating effect, see how
it biings color to tihe cheeks and h."t'
It irnproves the appetite, you will then,
appreiate its truo tonic value.
Grovre's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
Iront and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
pleasant oven children like it. The blood'
gie~ds QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
E nd'ch it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigor-.
a tug Wlbct, 600,
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lDals, Aug. ''.-The past week has
h*~-n inarked by an unusual amount of
-idng.'' for this community-outings,
rmnions. and 'icnics being al 1Q.
The f:.t -of hse was that of Tues
dy aftrnoon wu.'n a party of fiorty
- Y t ; ;e ; . 'aeroned !y Mr.
-Mrs. F yd C'rry and Mr. and
Jus :rnotorei to Sto:ne
:-- Aher- .hey onoyed the after
noun and eveni'". S- :,per was spr-ad
:n on,- &f th., lake shore. pav;lions.
a-ni *.,*.r a s d t a -:: too a ie :n
aen :e au:no'.: bat a\ .in
tn. dn i 'n motbnad atc v n
T., Us u. .- of Giw::;n and An
no Yi 1. , a'I . the (old homedfste-an
Tr day an n Yed th' day. This is
an -' aa: af1:air and is ..:r (atly l ed
:: Ir y a the r lan. to) whr
'. tradi' t- s of - .he "aS: a e
d-r .\ a . w an s t r -Ie L .
:an* of whom had journeyed fron a
dlistanc-. ant! th . u pum
dnr ':- pr-a nd'-rh th ea ent tre in
-m a totan <.deu (an ould a.-:
.1 r*ra . S RobI-. ;r Ic amn . and
\l \'renia ilt-;amaof G a vl
h- - i:' of Ar Is r . I. H . rriS
n fami:y Thursday.
a .v I). an llan Lno! 'lit:r vlait
- a ''i:n.hav returned from a
Gree0fn Visit uAth rewlatives in
-\ . an'! r:-. J . a imarr- i and
f1E t- Ro a S11:11-rr:l. Gra".- and Neil
HOV. and Al re nnth Sum re, w-.:err.
thu spnd th r ary eryts of r. 1. 1).
od wnith4 fri-nnsday.
Mr. and \i's. L. 1). Curry, lss -S
Alaggin 1. andi Anni4e Lou Crr visit
Cd at th hris, of Mir. Ste art I Arin's,
(oif Paii1'w. Tuesdav. ars. an
r.d':nand littlr David, Jr., acood
canied thSm home.
.\It. and o Mrs. Cla d Armstrong, of
Gree nville, sp(,nt Sunday with 'i.\I
Jlamevs Armstrong and] family.
\Ilr.. ()wrs in. Davis and chi)
dren, of Greenville, were the week-end
puests of Airs. .\ary Cuirry.
Alaster .ik Harris spent the wek
rnd with friends in Clinton.
Mir. and .Airs. D). D). Harris, .\liss Eml
mat 'larris, and( .\Ir. Ernest Hiarris, ae
comlpanlied' by .\r. LlJoyd Ilarrisonl and
J.)r. Alarvin ilarris, of' Gr enwood,
cotiposed a party that motored to Dn
can Last. Sunday where they were the
uists of .A\r. and . irs. John Iarrison.
.M\r. J. AL Ongs and .iss .eil Ow
ings, who ar teaching over in Green
vilh, conmty, spent the week-end with
.\iss I.illi Thomason has reiturned
from a visi.t with relatives in Fountain
Ailss Jonnir, Hlle \\'Watkins ha's re
trnd to her home hi Greentvill af
feren njovinl a brif visit with rela
'Ies. Lipscomb and daughtri. and ilr.
and irs.t awsonalai' and nhildrng is
Greenwoo'd, targes vstow aing . itY
anmmons and famly.5)'i nsca n
Thciie Youn Pen'dind Jtnho a.\aic
sport afrdedi thy ee Notringd.
na, togietoe wuith thesiviaes nde
findws njoI yda oii'enicb all Piewood
ake ra. Auitii ustii( dneth. Tis psee
withld eithati goesta oard maing it
t'rose and maejoyng lthle ao enaof
(lotsio ffade 101 lows: eNthn
hai'ne itomar theL Msiies Veandh
:dath ampbretll enjoye byaprellt
wnih alndty ofelon tenis tou ith Ci.
Thyoe who mns a upl Allhe Ciione iofy
theJ~ soiei e, l'ho whom re Prnes
ent'a, ara fo(1Llows: yGiydn
J'iartha Campbith , -rLydon, Caminipb el-,
rynf, Nei 'flars Sarh, Guy Curry,
JammIia liriswnle1, (i'i'y, CIr EaklFraye
.1va~ Cad IeitaGraydJn, Virgias Jue
tini andi Pedenc'f Gene Curry, Joe, John
and Dlick Iharris, Richard and Alton
Curr y, 'Boyd MlcCall,-Giay Curry.
Nash 0Gray, Coke Citrry. Th'le visitors
wei'e i. and Mirs. Floyd Curry, Mir.
and irs. Juiufis Curry, M'r. andl'% .\'s.
J. T. Gillespie aind childrten, anid Miary
D~avis, of G;reenyille, Mlr. and .\li's.'Sam
('irry, "i r. and Mirs. I Easkell Gray,
\Iirs' Willie llaris, Mirs. Alary C~urry,
fairs. Sallie .dicCall, Mirs. fleatice Gray,
Mi's. ,fjuvle Owinigs, Mirs. .Jas. Arma'
n1g. Mfi . 'esttip C'tiry. .\Mre. lE'a
liarris, Mira. Townest Curr'y, lts-.
States~ Curry and~ Alisses Cecil Owings,
.-----.-.- .. '"'s", ; ilio firI'wnieeu,
Kathleen .dice. Lavura Iiellam, Stella
Owings, Anuio Belle Afo1)owell, of
.Fountain Tnn, 'Ncii and Grace 'Bolt,-of
'llickory Tavern; Mfesars. John Sim
mnons, I. 4. Owings and iehnry Owings,
of Fountain Inn, and .John I~ellama,
('wing to the absene cf the Rev. C.
W. Watson, Mrs. Watson -and little
-Margaret. who are visit- g relatives in
Saluda. no ;reaching services were
held here Sunday.
In an address before the Northi
Carolina Press Association last week,
David Clark of C'harlotte cited these
There are in the world today ap
proxiatel 1z0.000& cotton spin
dies and of that number only 16.000,
or slightly over 1A per cent are
located in the South.
'We are entitled to a larger per
cent of the spindles of the world andj
have advantages that cannot be de-'
The New England cotton mills have
r backs to the wall in a fight for
:..r exiStence but they can not over
on(- :h difference in the cost of liv
in- of the nill operativez or get away
fr'm the fact that wages bear a rela
:!on to the cost of living.
"New England operatives pay rents
of $ to $7 per week as com:ared to
$1.61 and 1.25 per week in the South
and :heir annual fuel cost is $S6.00 per
:yar as compared witlh $S1. S for1
So- hern o;ratives. New England op
ratives have to buy more and heavier
;ion in the world there is no reason
vhy a majority of all cotton goods
-hould not be manufactured here in
he South. Only a lack of ision or
loor manipulation will fall us of real
zing such a goal.
It becomes evident upon digesting
situation of this kind that we must
ake care not to make legislation such
hat manufacturing plants will fail to
ocate in the South. This is the only
actor that may keep them away for
-very other condition is distinctly fav
>rable. Hostile laws may do positive
langer to the textile development in
,outh Carolina and other states. If
ve do not they will go elsewhere and
hrive in spite of an untoward climate
mnd unsatisfactory labor.-Greenville
Lhe Quinine That Does Not Affect
3ecause of its tonic and laxative ef
ect. LAXATIVE3 BROI1O QUININE
[Tablets) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ng in the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
ibture on box. 30c.
Colds Cause Grip and influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUIINE Tablets remove the
ase. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
W. GROVE'S sjinature on box. .1c.
s of Laur<
ivited to Be Presei
I opening of our R
tore in Laurens, wi
s of Laurens and v
>ect the stock whic
id fresh stock, jus
in all the latest n
for your admiratic
ir the Ladies
o are unable to a
ordially invited to
Vear and Mil
clothing and to buy the vegetables
which the southern operative gets from
I estimate the routhern operative
has an advantage of $7.80 per week I
which means that if the southern op
erativc gets $1.00 per week he can
livo as well as the New England op
erative who gets $22.S9 per week. 1
"If the New England mills estab
lish the same wa.e scale their opera
tives will not receive enough to cover
their living cost whereas if they pay
the operatives enough to allow them
to live upon the same scale as south
ern operatives, the- cannot compete
with sotithern ma;-3 6."
This is an illuminating explana
tion of the reaosn why textile manu
facturing is forecasted to center in
the Swith. lBesides the advantages in
the c'st of living to oper-atives there I
are inierous other savain-s effected to
the mianifacturers in such items as
transportaZion. fuel an( waterpower.
P3tn -he comparison 'ir. Clarke makes
of tine numbr of spindles we have as
coi at ed to the number in the world
emphasizes that we have not yet real
ized -he possibilities before us. Situ
ated in the largest cotton ,rowing re
'ou are Cordially Ir
7:30 to 9
son s Get
mnouncing the forma
ear and eMillinery Si
>us to have the ladie
sit our store and ins!
opened. A new ai
d from New York,
::olors, will be ready
of-town visitors wkh
sday evening are c
tore at the earliest c
Switzer Co. Stand
Next Dose may Salivate. Shock
Liver or Attack Bones
You know what calomel is. It's mer
cury; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous,
It crashes into Hour bile like dyanaite.
cramaping and sickcui ng you. Calonel
attacks the bones and hould never be
put into aour systepi.
If you feel bilious, healachy, -consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
sot's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless veget-able substitute for
dangerous caloael. Take a spoonful and
if rt iovsi't start your liver P1d
straightet you up better andl quit:
than nasty calormel and without makir.
you sick, you just go back and get yi
Don't take calonell It makes v i
sick the iext day; it loses you a di
work. I)odson's Liver Tone straigh -
you right tap and you feel great.
s*alts necessary. Give it to the chil'
because it is perfectly harnless and