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PATHE NEWS AND MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON
Romance stalks through New York's most individual street as
WILLIAM FOX presents'
ALBERT RAY with ELINOR FAIR
-IN
TIN PAN ALLEY
A musical duet in pictures
SNUB POLLARD
COMEDY
“CUT-THE-CARDS”
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
! PATHE REVIEW
‘•SEVILLE, THE GAY CITY OF SPAIN” AND M'ME. DESIREE
LUBOVSKA AND WILLARD FOOTE IN
DANCES OF BY-GONE DAYS
•• j ~ ■ >■
SAMUEL GOLDWYN presents
MADGE KENNEDY
-IN
“DOLLARS AND SENSE”
A COMEDY OF TODAY
ALSO FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY
ii j j;' ifi^NWiLD WAVES AND WOMEN"
f --——-—
EXTRA-MR. • CHARLES AVIS, TENOR—EXTRA
VOCAUST, IN SONGS
CONCERT- '7 P. M.—MISS CAROL BEERY, ORGANIST, AND
MBS? I. ;W, 'BURFORD. PIANIST AT OUR REGULAR PRICE?
30 CENTS ——-30 CENTS-SO CEIJT&
NOTICE TO PIANO OWNERS AND PROSPECTIVE
PIANO OWNERS
'QlV'
6eo. Anderson, Piano Expert, will leave shortly for
the Interior of Alaska on a three months’ trip.
If in iiped of expert jpiano service Phone 143 at once.
TESTIMONIAL
Ketchikan, Alaska, December 9, 19 20.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with a disease of the
eyes for 3 years, and was unable to obtain relief and was near
ing blindness.
I was totally cured by the “Koga Oit .it” in one month
and am now entirely well.
NICK HO.TIC.
BLACK KOGA OINTMENT AND BACTERIA
DESTROYER t
FOR CANCER , STOMACH TROUBLE, PILES, COLDS AND
ECZEMA
The discoverer of this remedy has not spent his time, his money
afii tj's t»nergy for his own profit only, but for .the benefit as well
of ‘the millions, who have suffered of these, diseases and ailments
for years and for those who afv yet to come.
Not only has the discoverer experimented with the remedies on
animals, hut also on himself, going so far as to cut or burn him
self when he could not avail himself of the opportunities of natural
disease or accidentally hurt himself in order that he might apply
them.
PREPARED AND FOR SALE BY GEORGE F. KOGA
138 Front St. P. 0. Box 403. . Juneau
For twenty years greater ruggedness and
endurance have been built into each suc
ceeding Buick model—for Buick has always
realized that utility is the true measure of
motor car value.
The new Buick Nineteen Twenty One models
also possess that beauty and refinement so
pleasing to car owners.
BUICK
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT,
BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
ALASKA AUTO AND SUPPLY CO.
JUNEAU J J. CONNORS, PROP.
Attractions
at Theatres
ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT
PALACE—"Tin Pan Alley” and Snub
Pollard Comedy.
COLISEUM—Za Su Pitta in "Poor
Relations” and a Western drama.
SUNDAY ATTRACTIONS
"COLISEUM — “Dangerous Hours”
and a Mack Sennet comedy.
; PALACE—Madge Kennedy in “Dol
| tors and Sen.se". Pathe Review and
Fox Sunshine Comedy.

ARTISTIC VS. JAZZ
l IN “POOR RELATIONS.”
I Florence Vidor and ZaSu Pitts are
seen in excellent characterizations in
\ “Poor Relations." the Brentwood pro
duction released by Robertson-Cole
at the Coliseum tonight only. They
, have sharply contrasted roles in
j “Poor Relations” that are said to
(give them splendid opportunities for
their strongly individual talents.
Dorothy Perkins (Miss Vidor) and
Daisy Perkins (Miss Pitts) were op
posites in everything but their name
and origin. Dorothy was ambitious
and artistic, and longed for the en
i vironment. and refinements which
wealth could bring. Daisy was full
of mischief, buoyant and inclined to
be “jazzy."
Dorothy realized her «mbition but
, it almost broke her heart. Daisy
(staved in the little country town,
j married her father's clerk, and
found happiness.
“TIN PAN ALtEY” BILL AT
PALACE TONIGHT ONLY.
The snappy film production. "Tin
Pan Alley,” released by William Fox
is the attraction at the Palace Thea
tre tonight and tor the matinee Sun
day. The "scenes are laid partly in
New York, on the famous street
where formerly the must# publishing
houses were centered and where as
piring artists made hideous noises
all day trying out their compositions
Albert Ray and Elinor Fair are the
featured stars. A Snub Pollard com
edy will also be given. This com-'
edv is entitled, “Cut the Cards."
NO APIL FOOL JOKE /
HAPPENED AT PALACE.
| The breaking of a convertor in
j the operating room at the Palace
Theatre last night obliged Manager
j Spickett to dismiss his hudienc
I shortly after 8 o'clock because the
j pictures showed up dark on the
screen. “It was no joke with us,”
said Mr. Spickett to those of the
audience who went to the ticket
office and received their money
- back. “But I would rather you
! would come again and be satisfied
i than see a good picture ruined by
] broken apparatus."
Repairs to the machine were made
! last night and everything Is again
; O. K. in the operating room.
-DANGEROUS HOURS” IS AT
COLISEUM FOR TWO NIGHTS.
The advance press sheet of "Dan
| porous Hours.” to be seen at the
i Coliseum Sunday and Monday nights
[ says:
“Ho you know that you are living
! in (he most critical period of Ameri
lean history? Do you know that a
struggle is now going on Ixtween
two forces in the United States, the
! outcome of which will decide for
| ever what the future of the -nation
is to be?
‘‘Few, perhaps, realize the tremen
dor. nature of the crisis. Daily pa
cers are full of it, ministers preach
it from the pupit. The struggle is
a struggle for supremacy between
those who possess and those who!
produce, and on the outcome de-|
pends our whole future prosperity
.and freedom.
‘‘Thomas H. Ince, it Is said, has
woven around this situation a tre
mendous and realistic drama, staged
on a stupendous scale filled with
spectacular scenes and presenting
the mighty struggle in all its sig
nificance. ‘Dangerous Hours' is the
title. It Is a Paramount Artcraft
picture.”
MADGE KENNEDY AT
THE PALACE SUNDAY
Madge Kennedy, at the Palace
1 Sunday and Monay, la accepted by
press and public alike as one of
America's leading exponents of light
j comedy, both of screen and stage.
The secret of her success lies in
a personality that is wholesome and
unaffected.
“Dollars and Sense” presents
Madge Kennedy witia the kind of
part she has made famous. To add
to the picture's appeal, there is a
| charming touch of pathos in the
i story of the hungry little chorus
cirl who learned the lesson of real
| humanity from the humble baker.
The demure Madge was never seen
to better advantage, it is said. She
mixes chuckles and heurt-throb3
with exquisite skill, and makes
laughter tremble on the brink of
tears.
“GEE WHIZ”. ARE YOU A
FLIRT? SEE “GEE WHIZ”
Flirtatious wedded couples, it is
said, will find “GeeWhiz," the latest
Paramount Mack Sennett comedy
which will be shown at the Coliseum
1 Theatre as an added feature Sunday
' and Monday, quite worth their while
I to see. The story teaches subtle
: lessons which even its mirth-pro
voking situations do not wholly con
I ceal.
The story has to do with a Jealous
Tides Tomorrow
| High tide 9:53 a. m., 12.9 feet '
| Low tide 3:55 a. m„ 4.7 feet |
I Low tide 4:15 p. m„ 2.2 feet |
! High tide 10:40 p. m., 13.8 feet |
I - I
MONDAY TIDES
j Low tide 4:39 a. m., 3.3 feet j
High tide 10:42 a. m„ 13.9 feet |
| Low tide 4:55 p. m., 1.4 feet '
! High tide 11:13 p. in., 15.0 feet
husband whose wife flirts arid whoso'
Innocent escapades at a summer re-'
sort are revealed to him when he
develops some film negatives. Then
there is a mixup which all Sennctt
fans will enj'oy from start to finish.
Of course, everything ends hap
pily for all concerned but until a re
conciliation is reached there is
something doing every minute.
CHARLES AVIS WILL BE
IN CONCERT AT PALACE.
Chales Avis a tenor singer, will
be heard in selfcctions tomorrow night
at the Palace Theatre in the usual
concert. Miss Carol Beery will bej
accompanist on the organ and Mrs.'
J. W. Burfxjrd on the piano.
Public stenographer, Mr3. Crag-j
mont, SOU Goldstein Bldg., Phone.
7? adv. j
GLASS OF SALTS
CLEANS KIDNEYS
If Your Back Hurts or Blad
der Bothers You Drink
Lots of Hot Water
When your kidneys hurt and
your hack feels sore, don’t get scared
and proceed to load your stomach
with a lot of drug3 that excite the
kidneys and irritate the entire urinary
tract. Keep your kidneys clean like 1
you keep your bowels clean, by flush- j
jng them with a mild, harmless salts
which removes the body’s urinous
waste and stimulates them to thir
normal activity. The function of the
kidneys is to filter the blood. In
24 hours they strain from it 500
grains of acid and waste, so we can
readily understand the vital impor-i
tance of keeping the kidneys active.!
Drink lots of water—you can’t drink;
too much; also get from any phar
macist about four ounces of Jad
Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast each
morning for a few days and;
your kidneys will act fine. This;
famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice,, enm
hined with lithia and has been used ;
for generations to clean and stlm
Plate clogged kidneys; also to neutral
ize the acid in the urine so It no
longer is a source of irritation, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot
injure; makes a delightful ’fferves
cent lithia-water drink which every
one should take now and then to
keep their kidneys clean and active.
Try this, also keep up the water
drinking, and no doubt you will
wonder what became of your kidney
trouble and backache.
I- 1
! |
! Alaska Transfer Co.
i i
General Hauling, Baggage |
I Coal. Contract Hauling.
I Main St. _ Phone 4S
For Fancy and Staple
GROCERIES
McMillan brothers
Prices Reasonable
Phone 116—Prompt Delivery
1
To Make Concrete
Waterproof
I Requires Many Years’ Practice '
! WHICH WE HAVE AND CAN
PROVE IT
By, for instance, the basement
I under the Coliseum Theatre.
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
MFG. CO.
j Willoughby Ave. Juneau. I
■-----1
"English. Style"
T ASSORTED
jjBMORA.
Rare cakes for
particular occasions.
■Three flavors of filling:
Chocolate
Strawberry
Vanilla
giving splendid variety to
whet the appetite and en
hance the goodness of
dessert dishes. One of the
most popular cakes In the
hotess' estimation.
DUDLEY G. ALLEN
ALASKA REPRESENTATIVE
Mil
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
One of our regular BIG SHOWS that ve have formerly charged 50 cents admission but we
have the privilege from the producers to re luce the prices and we arc taking this opportunity
to offer to the public pictures that are well worth seeing. -
OUR NEW PRICES
C ■ # ,/♦ . \ ..
Children . 10c
Youth? .15c
Adults .30c
Loges 40c
'■ !: f. • J
Same prices con
tinue during the
week
MUSICAL PROGRAM
Sunday 7*7:30 p. m.
j$ (paramount j
V. l&rttrafl \
*2 QicluKi
HUMAN WOLVES!
They have broken in! Howli ig at all th . * is
holy—Ranting at law, sneering at decency—.*
tering red poison from moutin that prate of
“humanity"—Working, perhaps, -n your home!
They have broken in! Burning, bombing, slay
ing—Enlisting the dreamers, drones and vandals
in a crimson crusade—Bringing fear to our land
that boasted' it was safe.
See them in “Dangerous Hours." A soul-stir
ring love-drama of this hour.
SEE-S E E-S E E-S E E
The Great New England strike riot.
Blocks of buildings set aflame by fanatics.
The crimes of the Red Guard.
The "nationalization” of Russian women.
The gathering of the Soviet.
The --t'cret plottings cf the "Committee of Ter
ror” in .vmerica.
Scenes of daring, sacrifice, passionate love.
AN ENTERTAINMENT SENSATION!
ALSO A BIG EXTRA FEATURE
(paramount j
MACK SEMMETI
Comedy
A jazzical jumble of jolity,
jinks and Janes. Summer
Hotel-bathing beauties—
wrong rooms
GEE WHIZ
COME LOOK AND
LAUGH
Doors open Sunday night at 6:45 o’clock, five piece orchestra ctarts latest program of se
lections at 7 o'clock and plays through the entile first chow which starts at 7:30 o’clock. The
Comedy will open the show so late comers can see the big feature.
SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY
l
Poor Relations
A simple, homely picture contrasting superficial city people v. :li
the honest, dyed-in-the-wool country folks.
In which a wealthy man finds
true love among poor relations
Featuring ZaSu Pitts and Florence Vidor
ALSO TWO-REEL WESTERN DRAMA WITH ART ACORD AND MILDRED MOORE IN "THE
FIGHTING LINE.” A WEEKLY OPENS THE SHOW. PRICES 10c TO 30 CENTS. LOGES 40c.

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