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• ... Tonight and Sunday Matinee - Weekly and Mutt and Jeff HARRY CAREY V _ • %' ‘ • ^ ^ “BLUE STREAK McCOY” Lyons and Moran Comedy “The Sweet Dry and Dry” Sunday and Monday Pathe Review in colors and Classic Dances ; 11 Topics from Digest TOM MOORE TOM MOORE m'Duds; OQLDWYH PICT URL-3 i also FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY “NAUGHTY WIVES” Usual Concert 7 P. M. * ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT COLISEUM—Marguerita Fisher f ir t~- *.’“Pat Up Your' Hands.” 1 PALACE—Harry Carey in “Th« Blue- Streak.” ; SUNDAY’S ATTRACTIONS .. ' COLISEUM^—“On with the Dance,”| with Mae Murray and David Powell, Weekly and Travelog. .. PALACE-*-Tom Moore in “DLds," Fox Sunshine Comedy, ‘‘Naughty Wives." • MARGARITA FISHER ON ' TONIGHT AT COLISEUM '!T*~T'Ir’katliifihg a well known star of j ’iltollwal popularity, the presentation I * of “Put Up Your Hands,' at thtfl .J ttolispum Theatre tonight only, will ?, i2tru£t wide attention. Margarita ^ nshtfg. the vivacious little queen ol' rae American Filin Company, and whose middle name is “Vcisatility,” | gives a humorous touch to thi3 latesj. production. It is typically a Fisliar vehicle. Ip the role, of Olive Barton the very much up-to-date daughter of a capi talist, she brings lo hear the wealth of talent and charm which i > in her possession. Her flashing eves and cheery smile and general “some thing”, described by the critics as “film presence,” gives her an ex , -> ceedJngly pleasing appeaPSwee on j F. the Screen. Miss Fisher has the happy fac- j ' uttyv ,of making her audiences be-j lieve hec and she takes them back to the happy days when there was no trouble in the world and when j every day was a welcome day to the Springtime of Life—Youth. UNDERGROUND SCENES iN NEW QAREY FILM During the past few years tlx thtjalregoing public has been pro ' Merited with photodramas taken o.i ] earth, sea axxl in the sky, and some have even gone undqg the sea for a few scenes. Rut Harry Corey goes them all one better in his new picture, ‘‘Blue Streak McCoy," which comes to the Palace Theatre tonight. Reeves Kason, who directed Mr. Carey in “Blue Streak McCoy,” is responsible for the Idea of taking Furniture moved and stored Heavy hauling done. Juneau Trans fer. ' —adv _ _____*■ Sloan* Liniment^? is always ready to ease rheunialism (I AT the very first twinge, down a \ comes my bottle ol Sloan s; then quick relief, tcilUout Tul'Oing, for it s stimulating and scatters congestion. 1 he boys use it foe ‘ ; stiff muscles, and it helps Sally s backaches, too.” 3£c, 70c, $1.40. the.- actors a few thousand feet be low the surface of the earth and Cor the first tiino in the history of motion pictures filmed scenes in an operating mine. i Some of the most fhVilling scenes in "JJlue Streak McCoy,” filmed In the bowels of the earth, present a new and povel set for the cinema. NEW YORK CABERET PRODUCED IN BIG FILM A faithful reproduction of , the' Cafe Montmartre, one of the fam ous Broadway dance palaces, is u, feature of “On With the Dance,*' iu' the George Fitzmaurice production' featuring Mae Murray and Da vid ! Powell, v*hich will be shown for two, nights commencing Sunday at- th:-| Palace Theatre. The gay cabaret ! was built at the Paramoy’rit Artcraft studio in New York frojyt minute i photographs. Several hundred “extras,” two jazz bands, famous eccentric and shimmy dancers, and. the entire i corps of waiters from a Broadway! “lobster palace” were engaged for, the occasion. Some of the most fam i nus actors, actrcs -,es anil puonc tier i sonages of Ni \v York were present j when the si ones were “shot,” and. are seen as diners a tthe various tables. J This episode is declared to be one! :>f the most brilliant and elaborate ul' ils kind ever filmed. Mae Murray has the role of a dancing girl and is, of course, the | centre of interest. David l’o.well | lias the chief male part. Tli > story' is one of intense heart appeal and dramatic conflict. it was adapted by Olida iiergerp from a stage play TOM MOORE AT PALACE IN “DUDS;” FINE PLAY Tom Moore will be the featured star tomorrow night in “Duils", tin story which caused so much favor able comment when it appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. The character of the story is a mystery, the locale is llie New York water front and the time is the preseni As Captain Plunkett, honorably discharged from the A. E. F.„ Tom Moore suddenly finds himself involv ed in l he mysterious escape of pa tricia Melton from the raided head quarters of an international smuggl ing clique on the waterfront of Nev. York. A gift which he received from her arouses the suspicion of Olga Karakoff, mysterious society worn an, who has him watched. C’apt Plunkett's services as a detective are |enlisted by Patricia's father in trail 'ing the smugglers down. Thriilii a ; adventures follow as Capt PlunkiU finds hi-, way through deadly perils to the recovery of the famous Sul ! tana diamond, the smash-up of the smuggling ring and the winning <■! Patricia's hand. NEW SERIAL TO BE SHOWN AT THE COLISEUM Manager 4Jrgss announces that lie recently wired for a late serial and the first episode arrived on the Alameda yesterday afternoon. The ierial is a late one. said to be full of fast actio" and the first sliow I ing will bo given next Thursday land Friday nights at the Coliseum. SUNSHINE COMEDIES COMING TO PALACE Fox's Sunshine Comedies are again in the Northland and Manager Spickett will have his first showing for months at the Palace Theatre I tomorow night. ' ".'7 ^ •'.—~ -,et our VfW. ROY A7NVELL ' •A » i ''•"■"""'■'Ti • " i Roy Atwell, leading comedian with the present musical comedy success, “Apple Blossoms,” has been discovered. He has been married since last July, and his wife Is Miss Kthel Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of Oakdale ave nue, Chicago. His wife Is only eigh teen. This is Mr. Atwell's second mar- j rlage. He first married Miss Dor othy Young, daughter of George W. Young, banker, by his first mar riage. They were divorced in 1910. Mr. Young’s second wife was the late Mine. Lillian Nordica. Mr. Atwell and Miss Smith met last summer while he was playing In “Honeymoon Town.” Appro priately, too. His wife's father Is New York representative of the t G teat Lakes Dredge and Docks Company. t .: I * ALLEGED GAS BOAT THIEVES WILL ENTER PLEA MONDAY In the United States District Court, Joe Smith, Frank Neel and Harry Baker recently indicted in connection with the theft of the gas boat Nugget, yesterday afternoon waived the reading of the indictment and will enter their plea next Mon day morning. Henry Roden was appointed by Judge Jennings to act as the attorney for the accused men. DEFENSE CALLS MANY IN KOSKI DAMAGE CASE Tho_ defen'sq i,n yie case of Mafry Koski pgainst tiie Alaska Jiuieap Gold Alining Company for damages [arising out of the slides of Jan uary 2, 1920, now being tried in the [United States District Court, pre .seated more witnesses yesterday to testify as to general conditions in the locality of the slides on that date. Among those on tha, stand. ’ were L. H. Mctzgar. V. C. Glauson., : Charles Smith. Scotty .Martin, , Fred . , llolinquist, Ed Crowe. George Saum.j ! Lloyd V. Winter. Ed Dowling and I ! It. F. Kelly, -- NOTICE TO MARINERS. Wrangell Strait Point Lockwood Rock Float Light, 1. reported out I of position February 26, 1921, was. replaced March 2, 1921. Reviilagigedo Channel—Angel Point Light, reported February 26 as sliow-i mg a single flash instead of a dou ble flash, has been restored to nor mal characteristic. P.v direction of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. W. C. DIBRELL, Superintendent. 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I about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a t-ablcspoonful In a glass of salts" before breakfast ! and in a few days your kidneys will': ' act fine. This famous salts is made : i from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with litliia, and has : ' been used for generations to flush 1 and stimulate the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no ' | long caupes irritattion, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive and can not injure; makes a delightful effer vescent litbia-wator drink, which ev 1 eryone should take now and then! " to keep the.kidneys clean and active ; end the blood pure, thereby avoid-j sling serious kidney complications. I — (Advertisement.) s A Big Special. We are not trying to use a whip to get money out of your pocket but we deliver the goods and we are deserving of results. Even if you do have to pay a little exfra admission, we show big productions, big stories, big stars and big producers. A drama filled with suspense. | * ' 1 The picture has been lavishly staged, sumptuously gowned. It's a Paramount Artcraft—tfipt assures you of the finest kind of production . And an exceptionable able .supporting cast enacts the minor roles. , , , It's a picture you will enjoy. 1 Qicture || See i! ii»;’ !j The intrigues in the j irchitect's twer. Sensational scenes ; . in an “after hours" jazz place. The dance of the Masked Dancer. The poisoning of a happy love by a beau tiful, jealous Russian. Admission for Sun day and Monday: I Adults 50c, Children' 10c, Balcony 30c, Loges 75c, Youths 20c — The amazing re- j venge of a jilted light- ; o-love. J The escapades of a butterfly wife. The shot at a revel that ends the “foals dance." The b u 11 e r f ly's i startling confession in court to save a man. Admission for Sun day and Monday: Adults 50c, Children 10c, Balcony 30o, Loges 75o, Youths 20c cdao/phJZu&or pres-enfs' <3 _I GEORGE* F1TZMAURICP PRODUCTION ON VITH THE DANCE’ __ Wfi 7 •- * ESi I ■ » The show will open with a Weekly and a Travelog. The Orchestra starts promptly at 7 o’clock Sun day, giving a program of marches and overtures. The Orchestra plays through the first show on Sunday nights. _F OR SATURDAY NIGHT 0 N L Y -MARGARITA FISHER IN THE BEST PHOTOPLAY SHE HAS EVER APPEAR.ED IN—A FIVE ACT COM-EDA-DRAMA WITH A THRILLING AND TIMELY STORY OF GREAT INTEREST “PUT UP YOUR HANDS” Plashing eyes, a cheery smile and a general •something” described as film presence- gives this delightful star an exceedingly pleasing ap pearance on the “silver sheet. She wears some extremely fascinating clothes in this picture— including a natty riding suit and s-sh —one piece boxing-ring ' B. V. D ’*’’ Don’t tell Kubby nh.ont this one! > Our added attraction for tonight i^ a Western Drama, ‘ The Face in the Watch," featuring Hoot Gibran and Josephine Still. The show will open with a Travelog. The admissions for tonight are: Adults 40c Loges 50c Children 10c Youths 20c Balcony 30c.