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His Invention Seems to Give Strength to Both Old and Young. BY IYER MARCUS p?T i KM [Jpg 11%, -A/OTtilNG AT ~ /W<s~T_ ''ha yhay ;w6\ Bunk\j | Copyright 19X' by Ncwpaprr i-catwa Serried, Inc. Great Britain right* rwrved. | vrgaai 'JBM1, j i.r-y.r.n?CTiiia Coliseum LARGEST AND MOST BEAUTIFTTC THEATRE IN ALASKA TONIGHT ? LAST TIME My Best Girl FEATURING Max Figman ?AND? Lois Meredith It's a Metro Comedy Drama Also Second Episode of GRAFT COMING?Wed. CHARLIE CHAP LIN in "The Pawnshop" And BARBARA TENNANT and HAMILTON RECELLE in Price of Malice'' Prepare to Laugh ? It's a Scream Pipe Organ Concerts, by Paul Engell. Begining Tomorrow Night. ftwjrw ?? \ LI Juneau Public Library and FREE READING ROOM Third between Frankln and Sew ard Streeta Reading Room Open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Circulation Rooms Open from 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. Current Magazines, Newspapers, Reference Books, etc. FREE TO ALL G. K. GILBERT Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works i 114 Second SL, Phone 323 ? x * j The Alaska Grill ? ? ? -?> ? o OYSTERS AND S OYSTER COCKTAILS I i OUR SPECIALTY J .? ? I THE BcST APPOINTED PEACE Z i ? ? ? ? IN TOWN ? ? ? ? | / Electric Lights Steam Heat Rooms 50c per day up CIRCLE CITY HOTEL W. SHORT, Proprietor European and American Plan. Free Baths and Showers First Class Cafe in Connection Third St., Juneau, Alaska J j MOVIE THEATRE ATTRACTIONS I ji GENERAL FILMDOM NEWS 11 - lj AT THE DREAM. Arthur Maude in "Lord Loveland ( Discovers America" will be the new star at the Dream tonight in a brand new comedy taken from the celebrated story. Constance Crawl ey plays the part of the American girl who finally captivates the Eng lishman who co:ne3 to America to win an heiress. This is a Mutual Masterpiece and is said to abound net only in good comedy but there are several exciting scenes that are worked up to a high pitch. Helen Holmes and her players will appear in another chapter of "The Girl and the Game" and thrills, as usual abound in this two-part play. AT THE OBPHEUM. "The Marble Heart" Is a William Fox feature film filled with big pic torial climaxes and comes to the Orpheum tonight. In quick succes sion big, gripping emotional scenes succeed each other until persons in the audience almost feel that they can hear the players speaking. Violet Horner, as Therese ltogcr, and Walter Miller as Laurant, have drowned Caniille, the husband of Therese. These guilty lovers are quickly married, but tl*ir crime i haunts them every moment. You are ; made to see that their horror and self-accusation is never shaken off i for a moment. Then with groat sud denness you sec that Laurant's guilt shows in every portrait he paints | for all of them show the accusing eyes and features ot' Camille. The rese herself cannot regain her com posure for the briefest moment. On i the very pages of the book she is ; reading there fades in the picture i of the slain Camille. The conster nation ot these imaginably con : fronted slayers forms one of the cli maxes of "The Marble Heart." AT THE PALACE. The Weber and Fields sketch with the show girls in a swimming scene, a three reel comedy of a rattling kind, will be given tonight for the j tinal time at the Palace. The Tri | angle feature "Cross Currents," splendidly staged, well acted, etc., with Helen Ware and an all-star cast, the second part of the prescnt ! ent program, will also be repeated. ? ; AT THE COLISEUM. Max Figman delighted again last night in "My Best Girl" and the i "Graft" episode was also apprcciat i ed. This double bill will be given I for the last time tonight. The big | attraction for tomorrow night will ! be the Metro feature, "The Price of Malice," starring Barbara Tennant and Hamilton Revollc, and Charlie Chaplin in a new comedy. AT THE DOUGLAS OBPHEUM. Tonight "The Black Crook," a spectacular production replete with plenty of good ballet dancing, ming ling of fairies and little devils, making a sto:y that will be appre ciated by both the grown-ups and i the children, will be the big tea THEATRE TUESDAY and WtUNcTu^T??? January 16 and 17 Arthur Maude ?in? Lord Loveland DISCOVERS AMERICA A Society Comedy Drama in 5 Parts' The ThrllHr.g Adventures of an English Peer, and "THE GIRL AND THE GAME" HELEN AND SPIKE GET ARRESTED Xext Feaure, Thursday, Friday and Saturday FANNIE WORD ?In? "THE CHEAT" ture at the Orphetini. This will be Kiven for two nights only. ** fgm r*t yqca> rz?CiX? \ZZ* yfixnSSm i-.VtV.L^'^?:air\? v':-TnHMARELO HEARTM ^"WILLIAM FOX Jfi PRODUCTION .Vj^J &B3?s*a3Bni# ABOUT VIOLET HORNER. Violet Horner, star of the Will-1 iam Fox production, "The Marble i Heart," studied to be a concert pi- : anist. She had about completed her j studies when sho Injured one of her fingers by pinching It in a bureau drawer. She never recovered com plete use of the finger, and consc qunetly it was necessary for her to give up all thought of a musical career. AT DOUGLAS LYRIC. Grace DeCarlton will be the new star at the Douglas Lyric tonight, appearing in the character of an Indian girl who wins a scholarship in an eastern college and turns out to be "some kid." The title of the play Is "Betrayed," and is a drama of today, according to the press sheet. CONCERTS AT COLISEUM. Paul Engell, the new organist at the Coliseum, after ten days of work, has put the pipe organ Into excellent shape and the first con cert will be given tomorrow and hereafter every night. Mr. Engell will alternate every night between the piano and the pipe organ, ar ranging his music to bo in keeping with the screen play. Mr. Engell's ! concert tomorrow night will be as j follows: "Olllcor of the Day," inarch by Hall. "Sextette from Lucia," by Doni zetto. "Aloha," Hawaiian Song, by 1 Queen Liliokulani. SBUMARINE PICTURES. Years and years ago Jules Verne wrote "Ten Thousand Leagues Under the Sea." As children, the adults in Juneau read this story and wondered. Dut Jules hud a i long head on bin shoulders und the submarine which ho described was invented and surpassed his lictional description. All know about the submarine in the present warfare. But along comes a submarine and shows us the bottom of the sea and many other interesting things in a marvelous manner. This fea ture will be shown at the Palace to morrow night and we will have Jules hack with us and the thing is a reality. "THE CHEAT" COMING. Fannie Ward and Sussuc Hayaka wa; the famous Japanese actor, will he seen this week at- the Dream In "The Cheat." This will be the first time Hoyakawa has been seen in Juneau. HELEN HOLMES AGAIN. If one were to ask the members of the Helen Holmes company of the Signal Film corporation wheth er or not they are superstitious, they would reply in negative mou osyllabie. At the same time, they will admit, if properly approached and forced into a corner that they would be much better satisfied if they were through with the produc tion of the present episode of their serial,. "A Lass of the Lumberlands." The opisode in question chances to be Number 13. In view of the difficulties with which they have had to contend since the start of| the serial, this would be enough in j itself to arouse a passing uneasiness, but it was suddenly recalled ufteri first scenes had been taken that they had chosen Friday on which to begin production. Directors McGowan and Iiurst in sist there is no such thing as bad luck In numbers or days, and to prove it, they have introduced into Episode 13 almost twice the former number of daredevil stunts for the actors. The players feel that this is an open defiance of the jinx, but since the stunts have been injected, there seems to be nothing to do but go ahead and take chances on com ing out whole. With thirteen com pleted, they feel it will be all clear sailing through to the conclusion of the story, Fridays and thirtcens notwithstanding. OCEAN SAILINGS PUT OFF. NEW YORK, Jan. 16.?Inability to obtain coal has caused delay in the departure of many transatlan tic passenger and freight steamships from this port. Some of the sailings have been delayed 24 hours, while others have had to be extended 48 hours. eCENE FRO?,*. "LORD LOVELAND DISCOVERS AMERICA," MUTU j MASTERPICTURE, DC LUXE EDITiGN, IN" KiVE PARTS. PRGUUC; | BY AMERICAN. EMPIRE'S SPORTING DOPE 3ING?MAT AND GENERAL ITEMS ! JOHN T. SPICKETT, Prop. William Fox Presents Violet Horner ?In The Marble Heart By Bernard Chapin A Photoplay of Love and Intrigue With a Powerful Moral ?Also? A SELIG TRIBUNE Weeks Wants To Meet Les Darcy. Billy Weeks. Canadian middle-* weight champion, who boasts that he has never issued a challenge to any boxer in his seven years at the game, now says there are Just two boxers with whom ho would wel come matches and lie has expressed a desire to meet them. They arc 1.03 Darcy and Mike Gibbons. "Biddy" Bishop, manager of the clever Canuck titleholder, has post ed $2,500 to show that he means business. Ho says that lie Is ready to sign articles with cither Gib bons or Darcy at any time. Bishop recently sent word to Darcy's rep resentatives at New ' York asking for a match for Weeks. He says 110 reply has been had from the Au stralian champion. "In November I asked Mike Gib bons to consent to a match with Weeks, but as yet I have had 110 word from him that he is willing. I have communicated with him no less than a dozen times but he hair never replied," said Bishop. "It Is my candid opinion that neither Dar cy nor Gibbons wants any of Weeks' game. The Canadian has made a good | impression 011 Cincinnati boxing ' I fans, and it is the general opinion there that he would make a good showing against either ::arcy or Gibbons If they are matche'1. Offer Bonuses to Those Who Do Good Work. The announcement that there will be no cuts in the salaries of the Now York Americans next season has been followed by a similar an nouncement by Mana-or Clark Grif fith of the Washington club in re gard to his players. Manager Grilflth will sign some of his players under a bonus a: angement. Two of them, any ilarper and Doc Avers, benefited by : uch an arrangement last ~ season. It is likely that all the boxmcn, ?-ccepting Walter Johnson, will be offered bonuses and other players may be Included, with extra mon ">? promised if they hit beyond a certain figure. Miller Muggins wore out two pairs of shoes at the National League meeting trying to land players, and wont home with a new iron bat. M The Cubs will be in the race next I season. It takes eight teams to fill out the echedule arrangement. Darey's Coming Prompts Dillon to Defer Plans. Only the arrival of Lea Darcy in New Cork prevented Jack 1)11 : Ion from quitting the ring recently. The lloosier man-killer was busl 1 nesslikc enough to spot the chance to grab off u big purse for a no decision bout with Darcy in New York, so ho hns postponed the re tirement gag. Mitchell Must Make Team Win. Announcement that Fred Mltohcll, recently chosen manager of the Chi cago Nationals, has been given au-1 thority to begin a campaign which may last two or three years to build, regardless of expense, u winning] team was made by Charles Wcegh man president of the club. "The stockholders have decided to , go the limit in the matter of cxpend tures," Mr. Wceghman said. "Div dends for the time being will be lost sight of. Wc have $100,000 in the bank right now which can be used for strengthening the team. !f wc uso that up we'll got as much more, or flvo times as much, if accessary." Trap shooters Are Holding a Tournament Ten years ago this month Lcon .rd Tufts inaugurated the mldwin er trapshooting tournnmcnt at the 'inehurst Country Club, Pinchurst, \T. C., and paved the way for the reatcst trapshooting tournament of the winter season. The ilrst Pinchurst tournament /as not a big one. ? No one expected t would be; but it has grown each, year until now it attracts tr j hooters from every state in the I nion and Canada. There was at east, one representative from every tate and the-' Canadian provinces ast year, some 120 shooters in all, nl in the tournament which be an yesterday, an.! concludes on the !0th, more than 200 trapshooters re partlcipn' i g. The Pinch urst tournament has uncd nn enviable name among apshooters. There who attend o:ic uri.amcnt f.'iv.iyp return, and they iring others with them. During he past three years the tournament icv/ faster than the management nticipatcd and laBt year the club loufio wasn't large enough to ac ominolato the gathering. This yorr . now clubhouse has boon erected, t is of brown stone and solid logs, 0 by SO feet, divided into three zooms, each with an open fireplace, 'he clubhouse is situated on the j dge of an oak grove about 100 *nrds from the former quarters. Many Targets Thrown. A total of 129,610 targets were | brown at Pinehurst last January, md the t'aily attendance averaged more thai. 1,000 persons. There 77i? 7HEATa?PEJ?F,- :V TONIGHT ? LAST TIME HELEN WARE ?in?' Cross Currents With All-star Cast in Five Pan It's a Triangle NOW LAUGH!! WEBER and FIELDS For First Time in Juneau, in "The Worst of Friends" : A 3-rccl Scream from Start to Finish ?a Real Keystone - T .v - _ic a COMING ? Wednesday, Thursday and Friday? Williamson's Submarine Picture Saturday and Sunday? "BETWEEN MEN" A Triangle with W. S. Hart and Mouse cPters, and a Triangle Key stone Comedy. NEXT WEEK?"CIVILIZATION" arc twice as many targets being thrown this time and there will be many more spectators because there will be more class to the event. Rn an added attraction, Frank S. Wright, the former New York State champion, and Fred Plum, of At lant.Sc City, N. J., will shoot of the .'?ll-around amateur championship trophy. Wright Jiuil3 from Buffa lo, X. V.- Plum is the present cham pion. He defeated E. L. Bartlett of Baltimore for the title at the "Westy Hogan's shoot. Plum was originuny [challenged by Henry Powers of At lantic City, but as Powers could not shoot at Pinehurst, Wright asked to bo allowed to take his place. This c\cr.t will be shot on June 15. The events at Pinehurst will be identical with those of last year, the main ovent6 being the prelim inary and midwinter handicaps. Five thousand dollars in cash and trophies will be given in the va rious events. In the two handicap events the shooters will be divided Into classes, based on the scores made in the first 500 targets. There will be an equal number of shooters in each class. The trophies for the classes will be the presidents, gover nors, secretary and captains. By this system every shooter has 11 chance to win a trophy. Those who win 'n lite preliminary handicap are not eligible for trophicB in the midwinter handicap. The usual number of trophies will be given for the high averages at 600 targets and for the entir- week's shooting. !'. vr li'.ip will he used. GERMAN BLIND AIDED AMSTERDAM, Jan. 16.?H-"! Kcllor has ordered her Gornrn r lisher at Stuttcart to pay all roy ties on German translations of works Into the fund for Gar blind during the course of the w > according to a letter from Miss Ko! ler published In the Frankfurtc Zeltung. ? ? -? For storm enclosures and repair work call up W. Encbenr, carpenter and builder. Phone 1802 <112t! ! CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS FOR SALE Cut Flowers expected on the j City of Seattle MRS. JAMES WINN. 127 Franklin St.