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FULLER BULL BY MYER MARCUS /VJItt VOO PARSON MG AN IN3TANT,MSSMunNv) IT is iMPeRATive > 1 THAT I use THe j \^PHONE! r JHOTEL i (SILTMORE. f HELLO! C0LUM305 -J 4-92. ? WELL. ^TH?s is Fuller Bull! t've ^ Finallv made up mv mind ) *TO LET VOU eo AHEAP J \\ A "A AND PRESS THATyZ. ^ ^-r ((// 'ves.thaywasmv lawverx just hap on the phone . 1 v6 gota'sunr against chewin? ?umttjus'*- fep, 1 and 1 expect to j gg?|x put 'em across fory a (2uarterof^^|^^ iTVieVv/e seeN TRVI NG TD\ seTToe THE-SO I TOUT/ OP COURT, BUT X ReFuseD ami> 1 y jdK JUST INFORMED A\V C/XWVCFJ. ylo PR6SS JU3YA MlNUTfi,MR-BULL-j youR TAILOR IS OM / THe PHONC AGAIN . f He WANTS' TO KNOW I IF VOU WANT THAT tq SUIT PRC saePcj S v FOR -TO-NIGHT^/ ? V Coliseum TONIGHT and Sunday Matinee (By Special Request) Last Chance To See MADAME PETROVA ?IN? "MY MADONNA" (FIVE PARTS) Charlie Chaplin ?IN? "The Vagabond" (Two Parts) SUNDAY NIGHT Starting at 7:00 p. m. Sharp FIVE ACT SUPER-FEATURE The Spender' Greatest Play We Ever Had. Hearty Laughs. Thrills and Heart-Touch ing Pathos?Starring that Versa tile Comedian? GEORGE PROBERT ?AND? ALMA MARTIN The English Beauty TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "Paid in Full" Thursday. Friday and Saturday "Avenging Conscience" 0. K. GILBFRT * Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works I 114 Second St, Phone 353 4 4 iThe Alaska Grill f OYSTERS AND ? OYSTER COCKTAILS $ OUR SPECIALTY | ? THE BEST APPOINTED PLACE f j ? ? ? ? IN TOWN ? ? * ? | ?1 ii i ii n n 11 ? m 1111 ii i n ^ M I I I I I I I I I III H II 111 I IH 11 ft . SS? MOVIE THEATRE ATTRACTIONS GENERAL FILMDOM NEWS ?j. ' A SOLDIERS OATH 13II (g ^ NV1LLIAM FOX PRODUCTION .. ? T5 ATTRACTIONS SUNDAY j; ?? w M COLISEUM: "The Spend er," comedy drama featur ing George Probert and ALrna Martin. ORFHEUM: "A Soldier's Oath," romantic play fea turing William Farnum. DREAM: "The Voice in the Fog." comedy drama, with Donald Brian featured. Al so Bosworth wild animal pictures. DOUGLAS ORPHEUM: Lil lian Walker in a comedy, "Green Stockings." DOUGLAS LYRIC: "David Coppcrfield," in 7 reels. Donald Brian at Dream. The clever singer ar.d actor, Don ald Brian, the man who originated the role of Prince Danilo in "The Merry Widow" and who later orig inated many fascinating dances, will be the star at the Dream, opening tit the matinee tomorrow in "The Voice in the Fog." This is a Dusky production and has to deal with the mysterious stealing of a necklace during a rog in London. The scene is shifted to America and then?the real plot starts. Besides this Dusky play two reels of the famous wild animal pictures of Bos ; worth will be the added attraction for the matinee tomorrow night and Monday. ? ? ? William Farnum Tomorrow. William Farnum, perhaps one of | the best actors in films who is a t m i n m m m 11 n i m i h U I I 1 H I I 1 I 11 I I I I 1 1 1 1 I lO ^ i favorite at the Orphcum will be at that popular amusement place tomorrow night and Monday in "A Soldier's Oath." This is part mil itary and part ordinary scenes. There are dramatic climaxes thrroughout. Dorothy Bernard, who is one of the clever performers, is in the cast nnd there are others of equal reputation. As a fun pro ducer Charlie Chaplin in a cartoon comedy, a clever arrangement, will be on the program together with a Selig-Tribune, with the latest world's happenings. ? ? ? Comedy-Drama at Coliseum. A Gold Rooster play "The Spend er" in five exciting parts, which is part comedy, and the remainder powerful drama, will be the Sunduy night bill at the Coliseum. Two new stars will be presented, George Probert, who has made a great name on the stage, and Alma Mar tin equally as prominent on the stage and both lately joining the movie stars. Tonight Charlie Chaplin in "The Vagabond" clcocs and also Madame Pef.ova, in "My Madonna." The latter was given last night in place of "In Mizzouri," and it is a great production. Madame Petrova Is especially well known and "My Madonna" has lines running through it of tlte' Alaska poet, Rob ert Service. Most of the lines were taken from "The Spell of the Yu kon." ? ? ? Douplas Orpheum?Comedy. Lillian Walker and an extraordi nary company of clever people will be at the Douglas Orpheum tomor row night in "Green Stockings" one of the best light comedies, free from vulgarity, clean in all respects, that has been seen here since "A Night Out." The humor just bub bles over and any audience will be especially well pleased with "Green Stockings." TOliigni hit Mniiicrs secret will be given for the laHt time. ? ? ? "David Copperficld." Tomorow night Charles Dickens' famous work "David Copperficld," will be given a most exhaustive and thoroughly delightful presentation at the Douglas Lyric. This play is in seven parts and the photography is wonderful. Few but have read Dickens' work and now they will have a rare opportunity to see it screened. "The Broken Coin and other good things on the program close tonight. ? ? ? Bill Is in Trouble. You wouldn't believe k to look at him but Bill Ott, the Dream's doorman, is in trouble. And this is no Joke. Bill has received, during the last ten days, notes, mailed in the local post office, from some un known admirer who says she is in lovs with him. Bill Is treating thorn all alike, handing out the Bmllcs, but a continuation of these letters is getting him?he wants to know who she is. :;} The grotto '|j C. R. BROPHY ^ ? Distributors of Hijjb Glass, Double Stamp Wbiskey, Wines and Cordials ; ! Olympia and Rainier Beer 95 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 2i0 ? I. :' m m II i ii 111 n 11 tn 11 ? m 1111 in 111111! 11; m n >: n 11 ii m 11 it 11111 h 11111?111j i'1 ih- m i ii t-H- i n 1111 i i rr } Arctic Brotfierfiood - - , | ? Meeting at Lodge Room at 8 o'clock Friday night to arrange ? I schedule for winter athletic. All Interested are urged to be present. ? j . J JOHN T. SPICKETT, Prop. SUNDAY NIGHT Another Sensational Success William Farnum ?In? A Soldier's Oath (The $100,000 a Year Star) assisted by DOROTHY BERNARD In Realism, Scenic Effects iand Strength of Appeal, j this Surpasses any Photoplay of the Kind. SEE: ? The prison fire in which real convicts appear SEE: ? The Bursting 42 Centimetre Gun SEE: ? The other Fea tures, which make the Photo play one with out parallel. Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN in a Cartoon Comedy and the Selig-Tribune -coming couseum Thursday. Friday, Saturday Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 D. W. Griffith's Supreme Achievement "AVENGING CONSCIENCE" 'Greater than My Birth of a Nation' Says Griffith THE STARS: Blanch Sweet Henry B. Walthall Mae Marsh George Siegman Ralph Lewis Robert Harron And Whole Cast of "Birth of a Nation" SPECIAL SATURDAY ONLY at the Luncheonette 1-lb. box of our 75c chocolates for 50c. 028. "All the News All the Time." ?' I ? II ? ? SSS4 EMPIRE'S SPORTING DOPE RING?MAT AND GENERAL ITEM8 ^ ' 1 ' ' * ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD GET BUSY AND START SPORTS ON THE MOVE There was n lively gathering of the A. B. sportsmen at the meeting In the A. B. hall laRt night and something resulted. In other words sports arc to be "a dlddlng." Right ofT the reel Indoor baseball teams and basketball lives will be organ ized and get busy for games. Two Indoor baseball teams were arranged for and A. H. Zclglcr and Royal Shcpard will be the captains of the teams. Tomorrow morning the baseball teams will meet In the gym and begin action and the first game will be played next Thurs day night. Prof. L. D. Henderson was made manager of the A. B. basketball team and he will start picking tal ent and the first work will be next Wednesday evening. Hereafter the basketball players will meet ev ery Wednesday night. Everybody at the meeting last night was enthusiastic and sports will now take the prominent place on the A. B. program. Leonard-Dundee Bout Under Way. Jack Kanner, the Dcnvor promot er, has offered a purse of $7,500 for a match between Benny Leonard, the sensational New York light weight, and Johnny Dundee, the jutnping-Jack of pugdom. Ah yet ho has not received a lyiply from cither Scotty Montelth, Dundee's manager, or Billy Gibson, manager for Leonard. The fight will bo staged In the Denver stockyards arena, It is planned. Football in Seattle. Whitman College and th'j Uni versity of Washington plaj foot ball on the University field at Seat tle this afternoon. Coach Vincent Borleske and bis players reached Seattle last night ready for today's game. No Cigar Stand or Shoe Store for Ben Kauff. Benny KaufT, the Giants' outfield er, will branch out as a manager of boxers next Wednesday when he Is scheduled to guide Ray Rivers, the California lightweight, through ten rounds with Davo Mcdar of the West SIdb, at the Pioneer Sporting Club, Now York. v ' ? ? * ^ .1 __ ^ ^ m m PERRY JAGItSON GETS TRIANGLE FOR THE PALACE New Movie Theatre Here Secures Big Features of Movie Companies for Programs. Porry Jackson, who will bo man ager of the Palace Theatre In Ju neau, to be operated by the Jaxon Antusement Company announced this morning to the movie mr.n that he had secured the famous Triangle Picture service which also Includes the Keystone comedies. Be3ldcs the Triangle serrlco Is known as the exclusive "better service" Mr. Jack sort has signed for the Blue Bird pictures and the Al-Ko comedies. Tho Pathe Weoklles have all been secured by Mr. Jackson and he has the exclusive right for entire South eastern Alaska. The Palace Theatre will bo open ed about the first of December. Ev erything has been ordered, including the Kimball organ, and early deliv ery is expected.' The date of the grand opening will be announoed Just as soon as tho furnishings havo been received for then it will only be a matter of days for Installation. Hot dHnke dispensed dally at the Luncheonette soda fountain. N2. Just Right It the phrase that properly describes the food served at the f*7 THE White tt LONCH The place where wholesome, well seasoned eats are cooked In that good, old-fashioned homelike style. 122 Front Street : JO PEERLESS i: !! CONCERT HALL!! < ? i 'I ? < i < > < ? ;; Wines ii Liquors |; and Cigars \: o CIIAS. CRAGG, Propiictor 3! ? <? W. C. T. U. MEETS MONDAY A special meeting of the \V. C. T. U. will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian church. Do yqu know that the Luncheon ette serves the best ice cream soda In town? N2. 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