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TIMS 11 i Great Tenor To Sing Here! A, Torpedo Boat Is Sent Ashore When Cornered by Allied Cruisers. London. Ens-, April 19. The Turkish lorpedo boat Xtemir Kapo, with a crew of 34 men, seven of whom were Ger mans, ran ashore Saturday- n tKe . :r-ek island of Chios to avoid being u:ik by pursuing allied cruisers. The ew surrenderea to tne -.rurKS. t'hios dispatch to the Tames, dated in iuy. gives an account of an attack n in. British transport Ma niton by the n.-kish torpedo boat In the Aegean -. ., based on stories 01 ine peoo Japane8e fleet, told him no American """ HCT,kf Mt tS.ni ?;waVsbips had been in or near Turtle . ed which they fired hit the Mam- I , .JT .1 nA.k. 1. .i u ?nd must have caused considerable Lt 'T .. o-ding to the story told to the . 1 emor of i hios. the Derair ivapu .i.td out of the Dardanelles a -nonth i iO .illll IlilU fcllJUe DWU lUI&lU 111 tWTca i the Asiatic shore, waiting for a r.Mioe to destroy any troop ship which -MiKht appear Transport Summoned Aid. The opportunity came two days ago t lien the Manitou, separated from her escort, the name of which was deleted. H.iing launched two torpedoes, the -c ond of which, according to the men's a rount, damaged the vessel, they were obliged to make off hastily as the Troop ship's signals for help brought two cruisers bearing down on them. The headed for the Gulf of Smyrna and the torpedo boat outpaced its pur suers and at nightfall slipped into an indentation of the Asiatic shore. It tried to regain the open sea early Sat urday morning, but was discovered at 10 oclock off Cape Kara Burnu by the two British cruisers. Turning back in the direction of the gulf, the torpedo boat was confronted bv a third cruiser and a hot chase en sued In the direction of Chios, in the hannel between the island and the mainland the cruisers gained on the Turk, which became a target for some 10 shells, all of which fell into the sea. Finding flight hopeless, the commander of the trpedo boat eventually ran his boat aground at 2 oclock in the after noon on a sandy beach near Komi in the bay of KalamntL The Turks assert that the cruisers fired on them while they vere scram bling ashore, but this statement is de nied by the Greek coast guard to whom i hey surrendered. Before landing they found time to throw overboard their torpedoes and ammunition. As they were led through the streets they were insulted by Greek refugees, whose rage was chiefly vented against the Ger mans. 24 Droirned, 27 3IIftslng. n official statement by the British admiralty gives the substance of a further report concerning the loss of ! i f e aboard the transport Manitou, which was attacked, by a Turkish tor pedo boat in the Aegean sea. The re port shows that 24 men were drowned instead of 106, as first reported, and mat 27 others are missing. The trans port itself was not damaged. The loss of life was due to the capsizing- of one boat in the water and -Miother while being lowered, owing to the breaking of a davit. DECLARES JAPANESE ARE NOT TRYING TO FLOAT CRUISER T-os tngeles, Calif.. April 19. The Ini'anese warships In Turtle bay. on the Lower California coast, are making no . f fot fr tn fnat th. niiR.r 4.nM . . rding to Hubert Kittle, who was hon- iOVjm; . IfeBvMitt Janet m m, ti r i. - v WMZtet7..m. m mm Xw Tl6r -5-Jv Our mstructlonj to tKe famous editor of tKe Boston Cookmg School Magazine were: "Get up a book of recipes of tKe things people like best. Find the hest toay to make and bake each one. Then write it out so plainly that even an inexperienced housewife can't have a failure." The Cook's Book" was tke resuk. Some of the 90 recipes were origi nated, many of them were improved upon, and al were personally tested by this best known authority on cooking in America, and she teas so clearly how she made everything that one cannot go astray. Wh3e some of the cakes and pastry are elaborate enough for any occasion, the recipes axe al thoroughly practical and call for no expensive and unusual ingredients. In addition to telling how to make them, the book is tealitifuBy illustrated in colors showing how to arrange and serve the dishes appenzmgly. More than half a m3ion of "The Cook's Book" are now in use in Amer ican households. Yet the demand is constantly increasing. Many send for two or three at a time to give to friends or young house keepers. Don't depend on borrowing one from a neighbor have one of your own. How to Get The Cooks Book" In every 25c caa of K C Bating Powder it packet! a colored cersScate. Send m one of these certificate! (page it on a postal card if you like) with joar name ana ad dress plainly written, and "The Cook's Book" wffl be Bailed free of charge. Only one book for each certificate. Address: Jaques Mfg. Company, Chicago MAHt:lr? Paint Is Cheap, Lumber is Dear w Good Paint costs nothing. Say the Thrifty Dutch. USE TUTTLE'S IMPERIAL. TITTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. Phones Nos. 205 and 206. D. & M. Baseball Goods COMPLETE STOCK PRICES ARE RIGHT. BE SURE AND INVESTIGATE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. 301 S. 1 Paso St. PHONE 608 629 A. E. DRUGGISTS OPEJf ALIi Ji'IGnT orably discharged from the United States navy with the rating of gunner's mate He accompanied Albert Nathan, a newspaper man. to Turtle bay, and has made affidavit to what he said he saw there. Kittle claims the Asama is not so seriously wrecked as reported: that if she were, the waves would have pound- ed her to pieces long ago. as a. matter of fact. Kittle says, the Asama merely stucR her nose into a mud bank. Na ! than said Cart Whitlow, of the Ameri- !can wrecking ship Greenwood, told him the Japanese declined the aid of the Greenwood in freeing the Asama. al though the Greenwood was equipped with powerful crane: Nathan said Lieut. Tomasada. or tn bav fo more than two months. In his I opinion, each of the Japanese warships "" w- - "-"" -- HFRMANS FflRRin WfiMF.N IN BELGIAN OVERWORKING Brussels, Belgium, April 19. Gen. von Bissing. German governor of Bel gium, has completed and put into ef fect a number of rules controling the labor of women and children. The ab sence of so many men at the front has led to the constant daiufer that the women, in attempting to take their places, will do themselves harm by i overworking. The new rules permit children be- j tween the ages of 14 and is years or age, and women and children between IS and SI years of age. to work not longer than 12 hours a day. There must be a rest period of at least an hour and a half, and children under It years old are not permitted to work at alL ' "Women, regardless of age. and chll- dren are not allowed to worK in mines. quarries, pits and the like. Night work is forbidden entirely to w-men. The maximum period of employment daily applies in households as well as In fac tories, workshops and restaurants. ARM SUPPLY SCANDALS LOOKED FOR W ENGLAND London, Ens., April 19. More than one case has come to light of large Kumn nf manftv beinir made by con tractors at the expense of the gov- ' ernment and it is predicted that nu- ! merous scandals will he Drougnt to light after the war Is over. The governmert ras appointed sir G -orgs ;ibb. a promlent railroad man, as a f'Ehter of graft. The fabulous cmi- i missions earned by a recently ap pointed agent for lumber purchases has been brought to the notice of tli" house of common. Measured ly actual resnl'J, he mis fortune of war has not yet taken ef fect. It is believed, however, that the degree of prosperity which exists now ., til ..... . h. .vtiriAl.l .nit .n Hill J1U: iv s cu uiiviai ..u si- . porary. although it is not difficult tf j Hi-fi in England economic authoritv for vry optimistic views lor England in case she is victorious. WORSE TREATMENT THRKATRNED TO BRITISH MKRCIIATMKX j Berlin, Germany, April 19. Angered because the British government has seen fit to reward the captain of a British merchantman wuich rammed a German submarine, the German gov ernment has announced that In future the merchantmen will receive less con- J sideration xrom suomanne crews man. before. MSEenzieHill n$ mm .raft HS&I 210-212 N. Stanton St BTAJf 212 San Antonio i BlssssssssssssslssEHlHiBSaWrSlBB" Blstssssslsssti9lBlK IsssssssssilsssHlsssMlllssllssslssssssssHUi 'viwtelSBsP 9tBBr Mario Kodolfi, tpnor with ti.. qaartct of thv National rand Opera Cjbich smjrs in KI Pa-o ThurMl i rvi'ninj; n t. Rotlolfi ia a great otev, finely trained, and a personality that makes him 'n-tantly popular. WISE REVOLT Pekin. China. April 19. Japan is be lieved to be siring aid to the revolu tionaries in China, many of whom are now under arms. The revolution is being; directed, it is declared, by Dr. Sun Yat Sen, who has found refuge in i.OKio since ne was oosifitm 10 iin: from China. The report is credited in official circles here that Hung Hutxe bands from south Manchuria. led by Japan ese, are now marauding In the Shan Tung pvmnsula In the' vicinity of Tslng Tau with banners inscribed: "Vanguard of the Army Against Yuan Shi Kai." The Chinese government lodged an other protest with Tolclo Saturday re garding the reported movement of Japanese troops in Shan Tung, and also, it is understood, alleging that Japanese troops prvented Chinese troops from pursuing bands of brig ands near Tsimo, in neutral terri tory north of Tsing Tau. Chinest government reports are said to confirm the newspaper accounts of an alleged agreement between Dr. Sun and Japanese agents for Japanese support with money, arms and men for another revolution. un mlxarlrn Kxeeuted. Numerous executions in several cen ters, including Pekin, of emissaries of Dr. Sun are now taking place, the law in China not being sufficiently ad vanced to give these men fair trials. Little beyond the denunciation of al leged offenders by detectives Is neces sary to bring about an execution. The attitude of the Japanese pleni potentiaries at Saturday's conference of Japan's demands to China, has led Chinese officials to believe that Japan is marking time until the answer in the house of commons by sir Edward 3ray of a series of questions put to him divulges Great Britain's attitude. The plenipotentiaries Saturday again went over the Hanyeh Ping mines, south Manchuria and eastern Mongolia questions, but without reaching any conclusion. Mr. Ilicki, the Japanese minister. Intimated that he might not receive further instructions from To kio by the time of the next meeting Tuesday. MISSIONARIES ASK U. S. TO INTERVENE IN CHINA Pekin. China, April 18. American missionaries in China have addressed to president Wilson a 5000 word cable message requesting the United States to intervene in China against the aggression of Japan. The United States is asked to request Ja. h to cease all negotiations with China pending the removal of some of the CO.OOO Japanese troops now in China, which is ahnnt I double the ordinary quota. This is de j clared to be an outrage on the rights oi jmna. it is ynaerstood that the SsOfle cable charge on the message was paid by officials of the Chinese gove'rn ment BELGIAN' HKD CKOSS IS KISIJAMIKI) Hi- GKRMXNs Brussels. Belgium. April 19. The Belgian Red Cross has been disbanded by Gen. ion Biasing. German military governor of Belgium, for refusal to co operate with the Germans in a sys tematic plan to alleviate distress In Belgium. Count Hatzfeldt-Trachenburg has been appointed to take over the temporary administration of the Red Cross work. FOR AMIGO LISTH KIM. K Berr. clerk in the tiuart.r TiiaM. t department, I S . ttentl The lit raid l for the Ammo Lislo fund TILLIES GIVEN Bf Itt MUSE Singing, dancing and Spanish opera wcr ghen at thw Texas Grand thea ter Snturda. evenniK ' -r-" lodpe of Moose as an "Amigo Lis to" benefit. The Spanish opra tJiui..uy which is plaing at the Texas Grand ,?ave a part of the performance and pleased the audience with the singing of selet ti on s from .anmua operas Th rpinindf- o" th ' -' " "" in the form of "The Folllies. and included singing b Mrs. ii. . liowies H. E. Van Surd am. J. IL Phillips, Mr and lira. M. A. Do Ian, J J. Trawler, Gunther Lessing and A. E. Zerk. Mr. and Mm. William Krawley save a clever sketch and did the hesitation and other dances. The sketch was called "Fun in a Vaudeville Agency" and furnished much fun for the au dience. The performance will be re fK-ated next Sundav night. THK I)K II.- VT GHBCIAX. Of the man) legitimate a'.iiai uons which have found their way to the sire prpbably none hae more tena cious iuallties than "The Devil. and lrobAbi nom- are so little remem bered a 'The Devil " Adapted from Franz Molnar's p!a, produced by Thomas Ince and acted by the great est cast eer seen in pictures. The Ve ii passes from the stage to the screen without loss cf vitality, and the entire five reels of this great Mu tual masterpicture are unconventional and nmompromisinc in giving the denl his due. "The Devil" derives its title from its most conspicuous char acter, who is well qualified to bear his name. He enters the lives of a SEToun of oeople an artist, his old love, married to an older man, and I the artist s model, and before he de parts he has utterl ruined the tempt ed artist and the weak-willed wife. This picture as presented by such a strong cast will create a bigger sensa tion than the stage version. In its entirety the plot is so constructed that you will continually wonder what w ill happen next, "The Devil" will be shown at the Grecian today. -one day only. so come early. Admission is: SOAP IS BAD FOR THE HAIR Soap should be used -very sparing ly. If at all, if you want to keep your hair looking its best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos con tain too much alkali. This dries me scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use Is just ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil (which is pure ana greasesess). is cheaper and better than soap or anything elre you can "use. 0e or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thor oughly. 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The Alhambra w ishes to announce that on tomorrow it will exhibit the first of a series of 1! complete novels, each one separr : and distinct from the others ?nd complete in each issue These novels will be known under the general title of "Who Pas?" but are not in serial form. They will be pre sented by Ruth Roland and Henry King Tomoircn.'s complete navel will be "The Price of Fame," and is in three reels. Advertisement. -Frcvri ri: vicrt kk vr tiik bijol The Bijou toda onl presents "The Siren's Reign,' a powerful Kalem pro duction, in three aitb. The story is of a man who takes marriage seriously. He has fallen in love with and mar ried a song and dance woman. She Is the "siren." and is rummg him by her spendthrift ami deil-ma -care life. 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