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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta . :fi'^N>^^^^:The:- 'ABIUAd ltOT-(?i�b, f Open. May; ..i... .......i... 119% iJuJy i..... October ... BARLBY- May ...... July........ � FliAX-, May - ...... July ...... ....... 86% .......170% ...... 170% Close. 113% 10S% 86% 518 511% 171%. 185)% 517 608!% Cash Prices OATS- iNo. 2 C.W:. .110% ' No. Kxtra fJo. 1 Feea Spirit Him Away:'to Another Station td Angry Mob Patiently Waitsat Elccntro S C.W...11?% Ti-eeifl?.114% ' No. ''i ilcamlBt-mnr-derer, was formally charged with murder here lateaoday, when a coroner's' jury which h'eld an inquest over the body of. Nina Lee Deloney, which was-recovered this morning from i^s hid' den burial spot in western Imperial county, returned a verdict that "death was caused by a blow on the head by James Watson." The latter is another name by which the prisoner Is known. ' � The verdict also recounted the long period the body had lain in the lonely spat near Coyote irell, where Watson I piloted a., party of police officers from I Los Angeles, and added that the blow which caused dcAth had been nvide by a blunt instrument, presumably a hammer, and by Watson, he having admitted It. -f - ,j ', > Watsdi Wi^lt,he:'iprincipal 'witness' at the;ln�ttest. HeidentlAed the body as that of "my wife,' Mies. Deloney.'^ He also ^tpld .the, juryjhe/.had;killed-;her and^had biirlefl tbeKt^^ the, lonely grave lo'.fc gulch.vin,vthe inoun* tains, 30 mUee: west of: wcentro; . Another Vlotifh. . ; . WINNIPEa.'jit3r'4.^be,name of Beatrice M.Levrte, a:Winnipeg woman, was added today to the list of missing wives of James. B>Hulrt,'Los; Angeles "Bluebeard," wbo .has coiifes  dty today.  Seeding operations on the greater production tarmllvoperated by the department of Indian" affairs in Saskatchewan and Alberta are well un> der evay.i Fotir-lhonsand acres have already been.aow^lnwlieat and sixty B,eeder8.arenow:in>;eoa8tant operation with atfobjecthrevet 20,000 acres. Tbe landB will be cipp'ped .under the greater production plan, and are almost equally divided between the two ' i '  \, PROVES HERSELF ? , TO HER HUSBAKO Lady Algy Saves a Rival te Preteet' Her Husband In "Lord and Lady Algy." Amendment Moved in ..Ho^e Wliich Would Compel Such Members to Resign OTTAWA, May B.-:-(CanadIan Press)-^An amendment to'the franchise, act whteli will disquaUfy any , Ka,.,,_,,, ,,. _ member of the house of commons who' n^rceX SJWi^Ve^e signs in advance an agreement with any of hie supporters what amounts to a resignation, a yecall or other means of control, and wiiicb .would 'limit his indiependence fn the event "of hii l)eing:losses on the Blood reserve will :be. anpmzimately five per centi Heavier (losses from lack of ifeed are reported in northern Sks-katchewan a^d will average about 10 per. cent Lories- were particularly heavy in'the Samsack and Battleford districts. ' J MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT MINNEAPOLIS, May 5.--Wheat, spot No. 1, 13.10 to $3.20. WASHINGTON, May 5.-Opening tiie delbate on' the rcBolution to dc-claro tiie'state ot war with Germany and-Austria.at an end. Senator Knox, Itepublloaifi, Pennsylvania, declaretl in the. senajie today that President Wilson wias; arbitrarily imaintalnJu^ that the trniited States technically Avas at war in order to coerce the seuate into ratificsitlbn,ot;the treaty of Versailles. "There-was no eicUae whatsoever for greatly prolohging the war after the flignature.'dr Jibe armistice," Senator tCnox said, "and tbe only explanatjon for so doing was tlie deliberate aim to retain all Kbpse. autocratic compulsory powers, wtth> which -the executive had .'been endowed for the proe'ecution of wop eed indemnity 'could wait, especially as most of the members had other sources of income. It was said that it ill-became them to preach economics during re-construction when they ask-for Increases running to half a million dollars a year. The resolution was forwarded to the govemmieat and Dominion command. THE WORI-t'OHEATEST ' R^ACIN�'�^-i^Y "CHECKERS" COMING TO THE COLONIAL NEXT WEEK . WATCH! Tonight-Tomorrow EDMONTON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IS INCORPORATED OTTAWA, May 5.-(By Canadian Press)-^After changing the name td the Alferdeen Fire Insurance Company, the standing committee on banking and commerce approved the bill to incorporate the Canadian-American ^ire Insurance Oomitany, Edmonton, Alberta. ,A bill to Incorporate the Dominion Fire Insurance Company was,held over until next w,eek so that ^representatives of the promoters may be dntaand to make jBome explanations. . Umber 4i� With PiiMlralliig ItoinllB'* Wlwrd Oil A harmless and effective oreparjt' lion to relieve the pains of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pien�" etrates quickly, drives out'soreness, and limbers up stiff aching joints ano muscles. \'ou have no idea how useful It will be found in cases of every day ailment or mishap, when there it need of an immediate healing, antiseptic application, as in cases oi sprains, bruise^, cuts, burns, bites and stings.. Get it frim. druggists for 30 cehta. If not satisfied return the bottle an<^ get your money back. . Efrer constipateil or have sick headache? .fust try Wizard Livci Wbips, pleasant little pink pilla, 30 dents. Guaranteed., ~ HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY, MAY 15 ATHlABA^CA ELECTION TAKES PLAC^ ON JUNE 3 .Athabasca''bye-eletffcioh ^ifcb tlie Alberta legislature, caused, by the death of tihe .tote A. G. MaeRay, takes place on June 3, with nominations on May 19. A petition asking. Geo: S. Mills, of Athabasca, to etaaid as Oandldate itor tbe remainder ,oif the legislature term, as a government supporter, is toeing circulailed, and is being largely eigned by all sections of the community, including pronilneat members of the U. P. A. . Jas. H. Woods, former mayor ot Athabasca, Who was defeated by the Hon. Mr. MaoKay in 1917, is ^pokon of as an opposBtion candidate. Jviso Col. Jas. K. Cornwall, who holds a meeting in Athabasca on Friday night. May 7. REGINA JEWS CELBRATE t RELIEF OF PALESTINE RBGINA, Sask., May 5.-In celebration of the deliverance of Palestine byHhe British from Turkish rule, the Jewish population of Regina joined in a great demonstration today. 'A big street parade .that was B'ltnessed by thousands of ipeople, iwas the feature oi: tbe celebrntion. , T The Lord WHo Staked His Life on a Horse He staked^hi's life,: his love t^A his fortune on a horeei. He wagered against his wife in a battle of lovo and happi-neee. ,.' All depended on Dewdrop for Lord Algy. ^ . All depended on ^ickamaroo for Lady Algy. TOM MOORE Xord-^tLadiiAlAu !(; is a romance of racing that H will thke you out. of yourself. It Is tlie greatest Tom ii Moore picture you have ever u Special Augmented ORCHESTRA VIOLEt HEMING VEVERYyOMANV 'EVERYWGMAN' A PICTURE THAT THRILLS AMAzis"^ A STORY WITH its sFLENDOR AND THAT REVEALS STIRS ; NEW EMOTIONS WITH THE TREMENDOUS AND GRANDEAU8 heart APPEAL OF ITS STORY OF THE SCREEN AUCTION SALE . ' OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS On the Premises, 913 Eighth Avenue South On FRI. NEXT, MAY 7th AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON - AUCTIONEER FULL PARTICULARS IN TOMORROW'S HERALD "Where Are My Children,!' the motion picture with a lesson for all, which is featuring Tyrone Power, will start Its run in Lethbridge at the Colonial; tonight. There will biily bo tonight' and tomorx'ow to see tbis plcturei that depicts, one phase of life that can teach a lesson to all over the age ot sixleen. ,"  This picture has had a large run ou A woman's pluck and pride are Aai^fg to maintain in the face of almost"eer:.' tain evidence of her husband's .Un-'." faithfulness. Yet, in Tom Moore^s <' .latest Goldwyn picture,; "Lord ondif Lady Algy," which comes to the Sta'r.^v land Theatre, beginning today. Lady,; Algy comes to scratch when her hus-, band needs her most, and so saves him and another man's wife from ithe most embarrassing moment of their Uvea". Lady Algy'8 action Is' all the.; more commiendable in, that she'and v Lord Algy have been estranged'. -x The situation results from the flirtation which Lord Algy's brotber.thad been carrying on with the wife of a rich- soap manufacturer. They had been meeting in Lord Algy's rooms, but the soap magnate learned of {he affair and immediately suspected Lord Algy. However, tho latter's wife bad good sense enough to trust her husband, oven though she was unofficial ly separated from him. ' One evening her .^husband followed, and broke into the room where Algy ,and the other man's wife were talking. He Immediately concealell'^hei' fu an adjoining room and swore that no one was there. Lady Algy then entered' and saved the situation. St. HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY, MAY 15 You cannot begin to measure its goodness alongside of others, the quality being INCOMPARABLEe � S2t Black, Green V or Mixed .  j Sealed Packets Only. c OLONIAL THEATR �' THC BRIGHTEST SPOT IN L ET H B R I Dct C '' LEN b BPOW.N SOIE LtSSrE. AND V:ANjft(.i:R SPECIAL ATTRACTION TDDfty and Thurailay D. G. WALKELEY has the honqr of presenting the dlttinguWd actor POWER And a Brilliant Catt of Players In the Motion Picture Sensation of the Century, ARE MY "It will make v�omen think,, and make them think hard. It will make them look before'they leap. It will act as a warning to young girls." _ Lethbridge Now Has the Opportunity to See This Film, Which is the Talk of the Continent. You Owe It To Yourself and Posterity to Sse It. Prices-AU Seats-50c r 1^ ;