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£2 2S 7 # LAST TIMES TONIGHT ENID BENNETT > » in H M* H o GO g « SO » JO M M >5 H ® ^ > HZ > a •< »/■<» 'IoaruK »oraetiuutf on. thu' =IN= HAPPY THOUGH ALSO BRAY PICTOGRAPH MARRIED ATTEND THE MATINEE SEXTON ORCHESTRA AFTERNOONS COMING EHBFJffiS FEB. 28 EEffiflBß DH THE REMARKABLE PHOTO DRAMA - FEATURING MITCHELL LEWIS Star off "The Barrier/' "Code of the Yukon" and Other Screen IN Successes THE "I Am a Negress' MR. LEWIS' Fht '.Freudian Sine* 'Th* Barrltr* . i START 07 THE MODERN SOOTH Scutari* by Anthcny P. KtOg. ] Triumphantly Acclaimed by Press and Public as the Season's Most Notable Picture Production SPECIAL P_0—P—U—L—A—R — P—R—I—C—E— S MUSIC IHMSEN ORDERED TO PAY DAMAGES Former Commissioner of Chou teau County Must Settle ♦ for $1170. G. C. Ihmsen, chairman of the hoard of county commissioners of Chouteau county in 1914, and defendant in a dam age suit brought by Joe Miller, was or dered to pay the plaintiff $1.1*0 and $101.50 costs by a jury returning a ver dict in Judge J. B, Leslie's department of district court yesterday. Judgment for $1,500 whs demanded by Miller, he claiming to have sustained losses in this amount through the defendant's sum mary action in removing a building owned by him without authority. The verdict was agreed upon after the plaintiff introduced testimony show ing that Ihmsen, while Miller was away from home ill, moved his blacksmith shop to another location and moved an other building onto the site thus made vacant, Ihmsen. as chairman of the county board, considering the latter ac tion wirhin his authority because the grornd occupied by the second structure was that embraced in a contemplated highway. It was Miller's plea that Ihm sen bad no right to do this, regardless of the fact that he was chairman of the board, and brought suit for $1.500 damages. In his argument to the jury. Attorney Stranahan, representing Mil ler, i-harged Ihmsen with conceiving the idea that "Chouteau county was a princi pality and that he considered himself the prince," abuse of his authority leading up to the lawsuit then on trial. Miller's victory yesterday was a com plete reversal of the F/ort Iîenton court, where the case was first made of rec ord. The plaintiff's cause was thrown out there by Judge Tatan. Miller moying fo r a new trial and disqualifying the court, whose ruling prevented the issues from being met in the county where they originated. The building involved in the suit was located at Big Sandy. A SPECIAL ATTRACTION Late Edwin Arden and Julia Dean Co-Starred in Select's Drama of Regeneration. "Killing Passions"' is the latest work of the men who gave to the public "The Yellow Pas.-port". "Today", and 'The Innner Man." Mr. Hchomer writes and produces plays for the speaking stage and for the screen as well. The photoplay. "Killing Passions", presents an original story which has been both written hnd directed person ally by Abraham S. Schemer. It is a story which is chara'-teriîwd t.hruont by good feeling and good fellowship. There is nothing morbid <*r di<agreeable about this picture. We see a man who is em bit te red with life, and we understand why he is embittered. We «ce the passions which have played upon him. and which are poisoning hi« humanity. We see ais<> how these passions are combatted by one who has learned the secret of life; we watch the regcncr ation of a poisoned heart. The late Edwin Arden is co featured .'n ' Kuling Passions" with Julia r >ean. Both do work before the camera which i =5 impressive for its sincerity. And th* others in the cist are as satisfactory in their respective roles. "Killing Passions" is the Imperial theater's offering for today and Thurs day.—Adv. CALGARY SEEKING REPUTABLE BOXER Will fiive Any Local Scrapper Chance to Make Good. If there is any boner in Great Falls or elsewhere in Montana who wants to make gco'. in a dean, reputable way h' is offered the opportunity to do so h» the recently-organized boxing commis sion at Calgary. Canada. The sporling editor of The Trihnne is in receipt of the following self-explanatory letter from the commission "To the Sporting Editor The Tribune, Great Filis, Mont.. I*. S. A. "I>ear Sir: To help boost boxing and put sport once more hack on the level of pre-war days, the Calgary city council has approved of a commission consisting of local business men and spirt follow ers. to control and supervise all boxing in the city. »"During the na*t the game has been gniduallv worked into disrepute up in these parts by meal ticket fighters conv ins in. staging no-decision affaire, arid then bearing it out of town, leaving bills unpaid, and a general bad taste everv 'where. This has now been eliminated, and once the fans know they are getting good stuff, properly strpcrvised and »tin ducted. their patronage is aspired. "What we want is to get itl touch with some good boxers to come to Calgary and put on an exhibition under the man agement of this commission. "Would vou kindly make onr wishes known to the boxers of your city, and ask them to forward us their terms imme diately? Thanking you in anticipation. Your vcrv truly. "W. h. KOfvS, Secretary." Recently invented stuffed animals fori children have skins that ran be remov- j ed and washed. Hair Often Ruined By Washing With Soap Soap should be used very carefully, if you want to keop your hair looking its best. Most soaps and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. » The best thing for steady use is just ordinary tnulsified cocoanut cl (which is pure and greaseless), and is better than the most expensive soap or any thing else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses ont easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulsified cocoanut oil at any pharm?cy, it's very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every member of the family for month«, Now Playing to Capacity My Husband Told Me to Play for Both of Us—He Was Too Busy— «3* À *•« w S jrï: m r»i % M m » m ti S 3%, <?* '.i & > S y***; *€fj« ••• :> :s> • ■ "i '• a v 'j&k Ä.V. ANITA STEWART IN U yy ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■■■IIIIIIIIHIIinillllNIIIIIHiaillIlHIUHIIIIIUlHIIII OWEN JOHNSON'S POWERFUL NOVEL From the Famous Cosmopolitan Magazine Story of Married Life in New York Society A Drama of Pagan New York, Staged With the Magnificance of an Arabian Night's Tale. THE BIG IDEA Featuring Billy Parsons ALCAZAR PICTORIAL Scramble in the High Alps ALCAZAR PATRON CHORUS PLEASE COME EARLY ADULTS 25 PRICES—CHILDREN 10 War rax ax Included War Tax Included PLANS COMPLETE FOR "Y" TOURNEY Handball and Volleyball Men Will Have Fine Program at Helena. HeJcna. Feb. 25.—Arrangements are being perfected for an open meet here of amateurs and play which will decide the state handball championship, and for a state Y. M. C. A. volleyball championship tournament Entry blanks for the handball tourna ment were mailed yesterday, announcing the dates of March 25, 26. and 27. fil events to be played on the Y. >L C. A. courts. Entries i.-hige -Mawh* }*. • -'Fhirf tournament, is open t > n!| amateurs in the state, not con'ffneU' fo' V. M.' A. teams. .... Eleven siJ\er trophy nips will be awarded The state Y. \f. C. A. chapipionship volleyball tournament will be started and completed in one day. March 26. A hand some silver trophy cup will be awarded. YOUNGSTERS ARRESTED were both "said to be under the in- i flitrnce of liquor and a bottle containing a small amouut of whisky was found in their possession. Henry I/cI>nc. and B. Rruce. both about IS years of age, were arrested last night for allegedly creating a dis turbance a* the ("Jem theater. The boys Z8YS2K0 DECLARED WINNER Sionx <'ity. la.. Feb. 25. Another chapter was added to the Zybszkio Stecher wrestling match here last night, when Keferee Hugh McDongal of Sioux <"ity announced t hi - afternoon that Zbyszko bad won on points and railed all bets off. When McDongal last night declared the match a draw the croWA cried "fake." JONES IS ARRESTED Fl<\vd .Totjes was arrested last night by Sheriff ,r. P. Hums on a complaint in which #ie is accused in connection with a number of fraudulent checks. It understood that the charge of forgviy involved.