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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 22,1918 PAGE FFVB F1D0NU.S.B0AT Fire Was Returned and Rebel Guns Silencied-Govt. Urged to Act Expect a Busy Summer for Mines Here Supplying East VVii�hiiigton, Jbji. 22.~Tho com rnnnder of the American gunboat Mo-ijocacy, flred upon by Chinese rebels reportoil today that, ho returned the Are and silenced It. Secretary DaO' lels gave out the following: "On January 17, at 9 a.m., the Unit �d Statoa gunboat Monocacy, vrhlto cruising about fifty rallea abovo Yo-chow, on tho Shatig Tso Klang rtver, was'fired upon by entrenched Chlnoao and was hit a number of timoa. H Ij. O'Brien, chief yooman, was fatally Injured, and W. N, Donnelly, seaman, sIlRhtly wounded. "The Are was returned by the mo' nocacy and slloncud. "It 'a believed tho Chinese were bandits or rovolutlonlsta." Urg� Action 1 Pekin, Jan. '19.-Reporting to the American legation on ,the attack \ipon tho gunboat Monocacy, tho United States consul at Hanakow urges con corted action |by American and British war vessels to assure the safety of trafllc on tho Shdng Tae Klang. Hon. J. D. netd'8 Intlmitton in Tor t:'er when it was argued that It wos futile to expect that a great nation could be formed from elements so mixed racially and religiously as were those in British North Amettcn. Ii^36. Wednaaday, each ................. 25c 1.20 21/2 lb. Airline Honey, Regular 75o. Wednesd.ny, ench..................... Finest No. 1 Waaner Apples. Regular $2.50 case. Wednesday ..................... Tins North West 3odn Biscuits. Regular 50c size. Wednesday, each .................. Finest Montana Snow Apples. Regular $2.50 case. Wednesday, c.nsc ............... King Bcoch Raspberry Jam. Regular J1.10. Wednesday, each ...................... 65c 2.25 40c 1.90 90c De!iv�ries Every Hour m Phone 313 J. P. R. Winnipeg, Jan: 22.~Mr. George A. Walton, general pasBenger agent of the CP. k. at Winnipeg, announces the following changes in staff, effective February lit: J. A. MacDonald, diatrict pasaenger agent, 1 Brandon, transferred to Reglna; R. Dawson, district passenger agent, Calgary,' transferred to Brandon; J. E. Proctor, district paasenger agent, Reglna, trana-ferred to Calgary. MANY BOATS TIED UP INTHEICEBIPDE WEREREALENEMIES Windsor, Ont, Jan. 22.-Three members of tUe "Katlnka" Musical Comedy company were ordered Interned here yesterday. They are Max Dross-man, Hugo Zornlng and William Fleck, formerly of tho Kaiser's army and navy. Alphonae BacheUier, manager of the company, was fined $600 and costs in the police court for assisting the Germans Into the Dominion. A tine of $200 was also placed on each of the enemy aliens. The Germans were Interned because the United States Immigration authorities at Detroit would not allow them to re-enter the country. AT THE MA.rESTfC "The White Feather," tho famous British war olTIcn socrot Kcrvlce ilra-nia with Albert Brown as "Kit" Brent, his original role, comes to the Mtijoatlc theatre for an engagement ot one night, Moiul.iy Jnn. 2ath. On Tuesday night, Jan. 29th, Mr. Brown will pro-sent Paiil Kester'a comedy "The Love ] of 0 K'ng," which made a mosl favorable improaslon hero several mouths ago. The Maude HenderHon Slock Company opened llieir engaeeniont at tlio Mojestln theatre last night to a very appreciative audience, their offering of the four act play "Tho Luro ot Wealth" proving very accoptuble. Tho company are clever, and arg exceedingly well balanced. Considering the fact that popular prices are prevailing, It Is expected that the company will draw good audiences here during 'heir engagement. "The Lure of Wealth" will be repeated tonight. mm TONIGHT THE MAUDE HENDERSON REPERTOIRE COMPANY IN "The Lure of Wealth'' Geo. Broadhurst's Powerful Play Popular Prices: .. .75c, 50c, 25o Ottawa, Jan. 22.-A considerable increase In the activities ot the Royal Norttaweat Mounted Police force In Western Canada during the past six montba la reported., This is due largely to duties which have evolved upon the force In connection with the administration ot the Military Service Act. Commissioner McLean stated today In Tesponso to enquiries, that ov- bo�ed^"t"m-'o^"- '^-"^iVX. ' -'^^"/wK^e^^ntrete'^t 'Sf Th"e L^^l\;rshU�gT;d%^o'c1f, b'K" -"^'��' '^'^'^"'^^ this city and Cairo, Ills., generally en-' dangered, conditions along the Mis-s'silppi river. Dorlli of Memphis, today were reported the most serious In years owing to the accumulation of the Ice floes that choked the stream at halt a dozen points. In addition, several coal barges ^werc torn from their mooring* here and other craft damaged. What ihe Press Agents Say MITCHELL LIVERt OAV OR NIOHT Wesley T. Flynn Phono 17S0 OTTS AITTO UVERY liDay Phone 1448. Night Phone 787 "CASCABEirBESlIF HEAOAGHPUOUS, Boat for Livar and Bowola Bad Breath, tad Cold*. Bour Biomaeh. REBORBO AND RKAMCO AND FITTIP WITH OVERSIZB  . PISTON*. * Phfiia I7t> FAiyiJ_LANDS or the Hudapn'a Bay Compscit itnd (Calgary and admontoii Laai ,'Ca CITY ANO PARM MORTOAaKS ihe H* Macbeth Agency Get � 10-cent boi. Sick headache, bllWuineaa, coated tongue, head.and dose clogged up with a cold-7-alwaya trace Uila to torpid liver; delayed, fermeiiting food In tb* bowelB or sour gaaay, atomach. Poisonous matter ologged In the Intestines Instead of, being oaat out of the aystem is re-aviorbed Into the blOod. When tbia polaon reaches the delicate brain tissue It cause* conges tlon and that dull, tbrcbblng, sicken ing headache. .... Caacarets ; Immediately cleanse the gtoiimch, remove the aour. undigested lood and foul gttssei, take the e.'cceaa (roul the liver |tn)l cnrr} or.t ail tbsJ.rmiBtlintcI ''tiiitt; r und iiois on* In the howot:!. : i A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you ataep-i-i^' lO-oent boa rom your dniggla^ueVna your head claar. atomaoh atraat'breath right, com illsxioii rosy and yourUver and bowela leaular for montba'.-VAdvortliemeut. E NEWSPRW AT $2.85 Ottawa, Ont., sin. 22.-R. A. PrW-gle, who was appointed by the govern-moBt a commissioner to enquire into the news print situation, today sent an Interim report to the miniater ot finance. He recommends that tor three months, from February 1 next, the price fixed by'the government ba $2.85 per hundred pounds. This Is an anvancQ of 35 cents on the price whiob the newsimpera have beOn paying. Should, at' the end of that period the commissioner find from the invoatlfa-tions of the United States tMaral trade commiasloner, or from otber Investigations, this price ta cxceaalTt, he reserves the .right to make any reduction orde.'isd retrbaciive to Feb ono aanat* damoerata who aup-port the bill for a war aablnat ^a-apita the praaldant'a eppMltion.^ Some of them mat tho announM* ment of Proafdant Wilaon'a daUr. minatlen to 0PP09* tho bill to th* finlah with 4Mlaratlona of a ti\ni% ilaVt' purpoti* to. auppert tl t�, g' finiah, ckvplt* tha fkct that thiy may nbl gather ^atrahith anauiH to eealipal eongraaa ta aeeapt;li ovar th� praaidaM'a dlaapprevfti. "Katienjammer Kids," which ^ylll be the attraction at the Majestic the-! atre for ono day only,' matinee and night, next Saturday, Jan. 26th, is the ( work ot David M. Wolff, who wrote i the boolc and lyrics, and Donald H. I Bestor, who wrote the music. It la presented under the direction of Gaz-solo, Oatts and Clifford. Seat nalo opens at the box office on Wednesday. L AT STARLAND Wallace Irwin's celebrated "Japanese Schoolboy" is to make his bow to the public at Starland tomorrow. See-sue Hayalcawa will portray the young Togo. . The production was directed by Mr. William C. Do Mllle. The news that Mr. De Mile has again taken up directing duties after having worked in the scenario department of the great Parainount organization comes as a surprise to everyone, but those who remember the success of "The Meir of tho Hoorah," "The Ragamuffin" and "The Clown," which .were staged under his direction, will welcome his wbrk on the "Hashlmura Togo" picture.  Millions of readers who hare followed the screamingly funny antics ot Hashlmura Togo In the magazines and newspapers of this country will interested In the prospect of having this quaint and original character visualized for tha screen by so popular and talented an actor as Sessue' Haya-kawa, America'* moat famous Japanese ac^or. Now that the curlers are home from th* D'strtct Bon^plel, all hands are turning in on the local competitions. 7ho Ellison competition is well under tray and the Brewery Trophy competl-iibn will get started this evening. In tbese two competitions the locals are trying out the Chlsholm draw. That M the losei-s in the Ellison up to the elghta drop Into the ftrat round of the Brewery, There are 19 rinks lined up for the Blllson and by Friday night the contmlttee hope to get another compo-(ition iitarted to Include any new rinks that may be formed. The Summit Lime Works trophy should *eo at least 22 or more rinks. In tho early part ot February the club hope to hava all r^k* in shape to play tor the Wright shield which 111 be emblematical of tho "City Championship" and- should produce soma real bonsplol gamea. Watch the papera tor the draw*. The following is tonight's draw for tha Blllson. > Draw Tueaday. Jan. 82 6. J. Shepherd ve W. P. Spalding. L. W, Clark vs J. 8. KJrkham. N. T. McLeod v* Winner ot Scott V* NeUon. H. Boyd vs J. Wales (Brewery). Games For Wodnaaday Two Bheets reserved for ladles. J, F. Hamilton VB Dr. l�och, (Brew ery Trophy). W. L., ,,. ,..McKenzlo va H. R. Davidson (Blliaon^ Cadlllae Qam* Tlie first Cadillac game o( the aea-ROB wa* played Igat night between Aird and Klrkbam, who bold the cup ovor from last year, and Hugh Scott and 9. J. Shepherd. Scott hold up bis end ot the battle against KIrkham to the acora at 13 to $ in favor of Scott, but Shepherd felt dowq badly against Aird; being beaten 80 to 7. Defenders Contenders Aird...........20 Shepherd..... Klrkbam...... 8^ Scott ... ... ..13 28 ' . 30 Alack Scott beat NelioB In the iSlll aon liliKog n td 8, tb�>bther a&i^at be tog taken up with a aoratch game. Rlnka .not fully nada up or akii, wlahlBg (6 form up aaw rbilts kind pplT' to the acting ae^rtttarjr tor 'iMl^ot unplaced player*. The Veterans AUTQ mM CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 18S3 MAJESTIC ONE DAY ONLY Next SAT., Jan. 26 MATINEE AND NIGHT THE WORLD'S GREATEST FUN SHOW A GREAT SHOW FOR ' KIDDIES, GROWN-UPS, � EVERYBODY THE CARTOON MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS THE ORIGINAL KATZ EN-JAMMER KIDS SEE THE Fashion Plate. Chorus Real Beauties Tonight Only 0 ELIGHTFUL AINTY ARLING ASHING han& and fritz Dimpled RE8DEN oll ivinities AT THE EMPRESS Evelyn Nestiit would have won International fame as a motion picture starof the bigUestrank had her, name been wholly upknown to the public previous to her portrayal of the leading character in "Redemption."- Her acting In Julius Stogor'H^nobly beautiful pbottvdramatic production, wlikh lilted to overRowtng tho George M. i^ohan theatre in New York to capacity, has come as a revelation to ok-perls as well as lo the nudionoes thai Uavjb aeen her in'Ucr new lolo on life's N e sbit AND HER SON Small Botti* Dettroya Dandruff and Double* Beliuty of Your Hair. Within ten, mlijutes after an nppll-ciUlon of, Danderine you can not find a single trace ot dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, bui what Vill .please you most will be after n tew week' u*e, when you see now itajr, tine and downy at tint-yes- but really new hair-growing all over the acalp. , � A il^le Danderine immedlateU doublea the beauty of your hair, fitu dttfere&ab how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy,' Juat. moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully, draw It through Vour hair, taking one emali strahdat a time. The effect la amax-ing'-rypur hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance ot abun danon Sale Thuraday at Box Office. MAJESTIC THEATRE 9 Night�".iJg^ 90 ^ MONDAY, RETURN OP ALBERT BROWN IN HIS TWO BIG successes MONDAY NIGHT The White Feather' With Mr. Brown a* the Engliah Detective * TUESDAY NIGHT (by REQUEST) "The Lave of a Keater'a Oeliohtful Play Prices .... 8Pc, 780, $1.00, $1.60 Seat Sale Opena Thuraday TONIGHT 10e-7-15c/ Other Good Pleturaa and Hoar Poggy on the Piano. Sh* la Back Again. BILLIE BURKE IN "QtORIA'S ROMANCE,"'TWO REEL t-KO SCREAM. "OOP'S HALF ACRE,'* A Seeond Run Metro It'ik a Oood ,V .One. . last TIMES tonight GEO. M. COHAN IN � ' "WE NEVER SLKCP^ . An Cxoaadl^igly Funny t Kaal G�ma4^vf/ .....'7',:..........\,M 06 15 ?3323?0907 THE LETHBIITDGE DAILY HERALD ;