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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY LETHBB1DGE DMLY HERALD FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Hi UtMtMk WATSON, WINNIPEG, May Offerings in tho cash market wero light today yrtth a email demand for. low grade oats and barley. Buyers Tvero not -Luclmed ib follow iho advance la futures, which were very, strong during the last hour, n-hcu May oats mado a naw high record of -1.2 out broke dur- ing the closing moments. All Bprtttda were UDchenKod. Oats closed higher tor May; vn changed for and higher for October; barley" Ic lower for May anii liv, domi tor July; result. est of It's tlnd yet offered this sea-j upited States. When the r In Its picturtzed xeamrc pnoiopiay .0111 win uv, Beaumont ffered he king of westerners, Harry Carey, "an ill be featured la his very latest estate and at the race tratk serve to "Marked! "Marked furnlsh a colorful background tor a en" is pronounced by tho millions dramatic story. The running of the t readers of- the Saturday Evening Derby, the most famous race In the ost most perfect western story. world, Is faithfully depicted on the el written by tbaf master of fiction, screen. The horses are seen at tho eter B. Kyne. Harry Carey, who lands the screen's greatest ellrieator of weitrrs types, has in his favorite'role of Cheyenne Harry lu Marked Men'.''lhe biggest opportunity his wonderful career. The latest1 episode of "The Midnight with big Jim Corbett, and the' mason's, greatest ,two reel _ comedy. Over the Ocean one of those appy enappy'b'athing girl comedies, complete the big Colonial show or Friday, and Usual pri- es will prevail. IN "WHERE ARE MY CHiLOREN" AT COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT The distinguished character actor, Ir. Tyrone Ppjrer, Is the featured ilayer in the-wbnderful morality play 'Where' which will 10 shown for the last times at the Co- onial theatre .tonight. "Whore4Aio ;My Children" is a icwerful modern" 'drama, dealing with, ho subject control. Tha sub- ect Is handled, in a fearless manner, and with Jha peerless acting of Mr. Power in the" character of the district attorney who war upon the un- scrupulous doctors aud their accom- plices, the 'picture is a poslUre dra- matic triumph. It Is certainly a pic- ture that should be seen by every never again to freijucnt the tracks. ELSIE FERGUSON COMJNG TO THE EMPRESS IN "THE TERFE1T" TOMORROW AND SATURDAY. YOUR LAST THE BIG PICTURE WHICH -HAS PLEASED SO MANY 'PEOPLE' AT THE EM- PRESS fHiS WEEK WILL BE SHOWN FOR'THE LAST TIME TONIGHT.' "John Koscorla of Rossi and is a hnpulse -would, come'., orrer to go brother of tho Rowland, wile, and some place.a-way and. make away thero are also iwo sisters there, Mrs; with them. '.1 felt. I did a great duty George Talbot, and iMrs. Joseph Met- and was always: right aiid not wrong." thews. Other sisters are lira. 3. W. ThK iiispska to MlLurged h'im only Haydon, of Seattle, and Mrs. Charles to slay Ho said, and never of Vancouver. did it give him a desire to kill men. "Lewis a few months ago began Yot, Watson says; ho is a. southerner 'writing to the family at Ilosslahd, anil has always displayed prolound asking thorn why they 'had- stopped chivaSry torrard women. .Nor did his; writing to his wife. Theyhavo not gave; it as their opinion that the pi vis ions for taxing these mutual and reciprocal tiro insurance companies would-uot be brought down.in the bud- get, .but would be introduced in par- liament later, as a government bill.. re to deetroy, human life encour-jha nim to murder women iiossessed; si: desire age o( wealth. His 'victims wore' usually those who had' the least money "I referred to marry (Woman with iractically radically made any effort .to" secure money'havo been, computed so far by tho Tom wealthy women.. He said 'he) police, -vras brought into the arms ot Medical science proves that un- healthy gums cause serious ailments.' People suffering from Pyorrhea (a dis- ease of the gums) often suffer from other ills, su ch as rheumatism, anaemia, nervous disorders, or weakened vital organs; These ills.have been traced in many cases to the Pyorrhea germs which breed In pockets about the teeth. Four out 'of five people over forty have Pyorrhea. H begins with tender arid Heeding gums. Tlien the turns recede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the system of the infecting Pyorrhea germs. Guard your health and your teeth. Ktep Pyorrhea away. Visit your den- tist often for tooth f.nd gum inspec- tion, and make daily use of Forhan's For the Gums. .'Forhan's For Uie Gums will prevent its in time, arid used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's will keep the gums firm and Vaithy, the teeth white ind clean. SJc and tiOc tubes in Canada and TJ. S. I! your druggist cannot supply you, Bend prlco to us direct and wo mall tuba postpaid, FORHAtTS, LTD., Monlrtal FOR THE HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY, MAY 15 nothing nothing and them and .theu kill kill Nor does Watson claim to have had any communtcalioii from .their, sister for a long period, nearly a and tho various members of the family, both here and at the coast, have been trying unsuccessfully to locate her." What Was Fascination? Watson, who tins moro aliases tian could have gotten, thousands as dol- ars witiout.tiio elightest effort. "I. do it and was ono of his' explanations. do it some- one who has no inoney at all. Fascination Just 'comes over mo .o give then> money and'clothes and .hen go oft somewhere. Then this something lolls ine, go.to it, go to Loved Their Belongings And after the crime was1 done ho fondled the things 'that had belonged to them, caressed them, things he could not use. He would put them away and often return to them to look at them. This was the pleasure he gleaned from the slaying of his wives. In tho remarkable cc-iifcssion ot his ntroclmiB crimes, made at iLps log last Thursday night, Huirt admit- ted that he had killed "Betty" Pryor ot Spokane hy beafing her over the head with a hammer at Plum. Station, Wash. 'Ho killed Nliih Lee-De Loney of Eureka, Mont, in a similar man- ner at Long Beach; Cal. Bertha. Gooi- nleh ot Spokane and.AlIco 'Ludvlgson of Walla Walla wcro tipped out ot hoata while trith him, the former on Ixxko Washington and the latter on tho St Joe river in Idaho. Under the name of James P. Wat- son this man operated In Edmonton lind according to a Brush detective working in Alberta he had two wives at ono time in Edmonton. WMIo he conducted a collecting agc-ncy there his first wrTo.wns Known 99 Kato Watson. Under tho naino of Harvoy ho married Hits Agnes Wilson. This marriage took place In Vancouver in September, 1918. -'No word has been heard from her sinco Uio spring of 1919. While operating in Edmonton hia business extended to Calgary, where ho promoted tho Gusher 'Oil and Gas Company, Limited; There ho was known as James P. Watson. The of- ficers of this company, as given in the prospectus were Charles England, livestock dealer, Calgary; ilent; J. Bruco Murray, finan- cial Paul B. Slawson, Calgary; John J. Malono, Nelson, B.C.; L. D. Stephen- son, directors, and 0. A. Trainor, soli- citor, at Calgary, Nelson Marriages In regard to his ojaration fo Nolson, ha -law by Catherine Wombaclicr, who married him last October. Al: .hougli she did not have any idea' .hat he was married to another wo- man she suspicious her lusband left her for long periods at time. Sho placed doteotlves on his rail.. Tho result was his arrest, and sinco then lie has tried to commit suicide twice. What his attraction for women was ia hard to estimate: Following Is Uie description ot this man as issued by :ho Los Angeles police "Ago feet 7 inches; weight, 135 pounds; blue cyo3. brown hair, sallow complexion, smooth shaven, stoop-shouldered, small scar-like pock cheek, walks on heels, left eye oiit of lino, homely, English descent, wears Hi carat diamond ring on left nand, carrtes watch in outside upper coat pocket." His Lilt of Victims Prior to his In search for-the much-sought-after Deloney grave Huirt issued a statement containing a list of Uio women he has married admitting tho first four had- dlert by hia hand or with his connivance. They are: Nina Lee Deloney; home. Eureka Mont.; married undw name of Charles N. Harvey at San r.isco, December 5, 1918. 3he had property worth about he said. Bertha A. Goodnick of 'Spokane; married tinder the name of II. Gordon at North Yaklma, Wash., Juno 11, 1919.. Alice M. Ludvlgsen of Seattle; mar- ried under the namo ot Andrew Milton, of Port Townsend, Wash., October 6, 1917. Her property pap- ers, will and marriage license were found In Watson's effects. Elizabeth Pryor of Wallace, Idaho; married under Iho name of Jliltoh Lewis at Ooeur d'Alenc, Idaho, March 25, 1919. body was found near Plum station, Thurston county, Wash., a short time- there- after. Her ilniiiks have been lo- cated fn a Vancouver, H.C., ware- house. who was ft waitress, had little 'property, al- though EOtno (ax receipts In hef name frcte tound in Watson's poa' session, Mrs. Gertrude Wilson ot Seattle; married under tie iiamo ol J, OLONIA THEATRE DIRECTION LEN S. BROWN not unusual to delete passages from evidence or to substitute. X" for a man's name. Mr.' Cronya called attention to tho fact that his roquets for deletion had been mado in open comm-Ktee. The witness "agreed that Mr. Cronyn Irad not. asked him privately. Certain references to the American Reil Cross bad been deleted at the re- quest of F. U. -JlcCurdy, who was sct- ing chairman, vi-hile.Mr. Bonnor, of Vancouver, giving evidence. Mr. McC-ardy taid it had been the -prarent wisli o" the committee.-