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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" THE LETHBIIIDGE DAILY HERA^.O : MAUCy '^1921 FIGHT OVER M FOR SEPARATESCH Sydney IVHiiisfcr Says He'll Go To Jail Before He'll Pay it SYDNEY. X. R.. I!'. - The city's l.'ix rnlliH'tor \v;ih hul iiiitht inntinictotl �by the cily council to procoort fovlli-vfUi aeiiiusf iiiiy pt^rsons wlio may lo-I'liao to pay tlioir tnxoH on liio ground llial Ui(> ]>ortion of thp cn'io fuu(lic.ny they me spending money, on research work, and are over-pro-j dueing the goods, said the colonel. "It Is true a certain amount of money is being spent here, but what we want is an aircraft Industry. We must have a commercial purixise first before we can have such an industry. :ind in the north we have that ]iur-pose." he said. GERIAN REOS 'LAN TO K MAN! PEO r. p. R. DECLARES WAR ON THE GOPHER PEST Th.' C. V. K. has declared relent , laas warfare on Uis Koyal Pestilence .Mr. Copher and all his tribe. I The company from the Winnipeg, ofTice is distributing a now and dead-; ly gopher poison. The formula is being used for the first time this year when it is confidently expected tluit the results will be very satisftictory. One quart of the poison is ('(|iial to IL'O teaspoonfiill, or enough for ll'U holes. On the T.ethbridge divisicMi alone enough poison is being (lislri-_ buted lo bail 21.001) holes on the com-i pany's i)ro!)ert>'. The example of the C. P. U. in this anii-gophcr wai' is a splendid iiiu', and if the farmers along the lin^.t; will (la tlieir part the pest otighl. to rpceivf a f.ital blow this season. ' . MORRISON IS "SAEE BREAKER" Shows Farmer Friends How il \ is Done-Once Safe Expert, Now U. F. 0. Secretary Donald Mcintosh, abniit Ti> ye.Trs i old. of Finch village, was found froz- [ en to death beside the C.P.R. tracks.' With the ol)j,-'ct of assisting the^ western members of the (.)ltawa ' hoiisf in their desire to have the seed, grain purchasing committee appoint- , ed as a peniuiiu'iit inslitutio'.i. tlu'i convention of the Saskutehewan Rural Municip:ilit:cs a.-^sociation , unanimously voted for a resoluiiuu i .setting forth this fact. i instructions have been published in j Saskatoon to the effect that the issue, of relief will cease on Mtircli .11, \ TORONTO, March IS.-.1. ,T. Morri- , son. secretary of the Cniteil Fanner'; (,1 Ontario, as an expert safe opener gavi- a demonstration at tho V. F. O. lu'takpiarters here last evening lo sour.' iirominent I'nited Fanners. The se(ict;,ry had placed some important li.ipcr^ in the sai*:- after a meeting of ditriioi'-i. but could no! loc-k it. lie j took llio machtmis'n apiit. remedied i till- defecl. and then lo. kcr; the door, i Mr. "Morrison infornie.I the V. V. 0.\ i.ic.i that he had spent 1(� years open-j lag safes m variou.-; imrls of Canada I �iftei lire;, anil that In, had been a pro-I r.'ssioual "safe breaker" but had given ui> the occupation as there was more nioni-y in farming. Since he had closed the stifo so satisfactorily, the , farmers asked Mr. Morrison to open i it without using the combir.ation. this j he did with the use of a small file, n paper knife and a walking stick lo the asionishtnent of the groiii>. 1 Mr. Morrison h;is not hui! ii holii'ay in ten years, and has been ord'-reti by the r. F. O. directors lo lake a nnnith's rest. BKRLIX. Doc, 23.-fltv Malll-German radical disciples of what iR'callod here "Red Russian terrorism." who sny they nro plartning to overlnm tho present German government und establish II proletariat dicuitornhip. openly announcB that they have drawn up lists of "caplfalists and undesirables" who shall be killed when the rovolti-tlon begins. One of these men. a hotel waiter, who calls himself a "precinct leader." complained the other day that his list incluued nearly overyliody around here." who has influence, property or money. He said, ii "superior" camo to film one day and read a list ot names, and announced these were to bfc the "precinct loaders" ijnolii . when the killing began. The waiter declared he acknowledged "orders" but thought the program was being Carried too far. "As leader in this precinct I am expected to kill a lot of folks when the revolution gels under way," lie said. "My list Is certninly big enough. What do you thing about that?" Apparently hl.s opinion of hi.� orders was very low, hut when asked if ho would carry them oul if opportunity offered ho merely laughed. Radicals of the most pronounced tendencies toward revolution and do-structiou may be encountered everywhere. They appear qniie proud of the fact that Germany today is "a land ot the freest ,spe(>ih .in earth." and somotinies ask whut would happen to men who preached their doctrine In the Pnlted States. Frequently they are students, carrying along with their fbxtbooks all sorts of radical literature. They discuss their "plans" with great liberty. One of them, a small, mild mannered person, of distinctly Slavic type, said it would be necessary to kill m.Tiiy iieople during the nest revolution iu order to impress upon the bourgeoisie that they "meant business." "There will be piles of dead in the streets." he .declared. "We'll just have to do !t. We can't treat these bourgeoisie kindlv, for they wouldn't ap-preciiite it. We'll have to impress them with our earnrstnes';. We will line them up by the scor,' ;>g:'.inst buildings on the inian strcits and shoot them. Wo will want all to sec what we're doing. That will throw a wholesoir.e terror into the liearts ot tho reactionaries. Of course. I will do my shaie and if necessary will give my life lo tho cause." Police authorities apparently are not nuich concerned about the "red terrorism" for their ]> ilicy is lo permit th� radicals to have their say, and go their v.ay in peace. Arrests are very ip.freiiucnt. today, llo was' impatient to bo on with tho pleluro and didn't soo why MIsK aish should take so long in hor dressing room, "Not ready. Miss Glsh?" ho called. "Haven't yo\i fixod your hair yol?." "Fixed It?" camo tho ealm vplco of the star from her dressing room. "I haven't totind It yet!" The shockcil director had vlsiona of all his illusions about pretty screen players vanishing, until it -was explained to him that ,Ml8Sammounti Qlctiwe Jeise L Loiky presenti a'- GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION ' (�y�/Tinj�montr/UiJOSEPH M.SCHtNClO i � " SHOV/ING TODAY Hack Sennelf s Five-reel Comedy Classic, I. Pr/^cJ//<3 Dean' For Sale \ Wherever Drinks Are Sold Delivered at Your Home, 2 dozen, $1,10 Net 13/S""-! ariose Simple Phosphate Is Real Builder of Strength and Nerve Force, Says New York Physician. "Common sense as well as experience should teach those who suffer from nervousness and weakness that tlio most logical thIiiK to do Is to put into tlieir systenm the uubstunco that ifi l;i'iiin(',, and thut is piiie orRiinlc; pboK!)Ii;it", Hitro-PhosphRte," says Dr. J()Si!|ih Harrigan. iliginbotbam & Co, or :iny good druggist can Hupikly you eennJne Bitro-PJiosphate at reasonable cost.-Advertisement. COLONIAL "MARRIED LIFE" PHONE S54- CO';I'M A Thl- lAV.'-' The (v'o priiii ill;.] f(,ir:k in the wonderful rn('l':(ir.!ir:.i. Oiit.side The Law," which i.^ :i(ii:i(iinK record ci'owda to tho Colonial tlii.s week, and which will ^aB;j.a'j.e th'.'iu luilil i^uturduy ultflil. INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 l''orni.=; will lie reiidy for distribution ill the ffmrse of the W'-^i I'i'w (liiys. in''(irmntlon us to iiiaUing up tlio forms can be li.nd lit the Sub-lnHP(Ktor's 01-ti(f, IS 211 Sherlock Bldg. I WITH MAGNIFICENT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY lOc I No matter how mad, you'll laityli j yourself gliiil. SEE IT TODAY, SSfKB More Pointers On Married Life At the Empress Today and Tomorrow Much of Mack Sennett's "Married Life"' Ic up in the air, juit as jealous participants In the matrimonial game generally are. See the aeroplane flight and fight in Mack Sennett's Life." It's got Locklear thrilled and puzzled. 'Marrl�* You can get a laugh and a thrill at the same time watching the aeroplane struggle 4,000 feet above the grpund in Mack Sennett's five-reel comedy, "Married Life." Most football games are thrilling. The one in Mack Sennett's 'Married Life" \t both thrilling ,ind funny, k's a shiver and a laugh. There's a moral in Mack Sennett's "Married Life'' beholder can stop laughing long enougli to discover it. if the It's some plunge that Jimmy Finl.Tyson takes from the eighth itorey window of a building in M.nck Sennett's matrimonini mishap, "Married Life," And he lands E.Tfc, sound .ind h.Tppy. Wedding bells in Mack l.iughter and good humor. Sennett's "Mcirried Life" spell fun, naeai ;