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| • ‘ TONIGHT
PATHE NEWS
ALBERT RAY with ELINOR FAIR
_IN
Vagabond Luck
TWO HAPPY, SNAPPY COMEDIANS IN A HAPPY, N.
SNAPPY COMEDY
DON’T MISS THIS!
A DRAMA OF FAST HORSES**ND HIGH LIFE
E—X—T—R—A
ANNE LUTHER and CHARLES HUTCHISON in
“THE GREAT GAMBLE”
With Salads
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' Snow Flakes are just the thing to serve with all kinds of
. . salads. To make sandwiches for lunches and suppers.
/ With soups and bouillons, of course. In fact, there are
so many ways you can use this dainty member of the
P. C. B. family, you'll want to keep a generous supply
on hand.
TESTIMONIAL
Ketchikan, Alaska, December 9. 1920.
This is to certify that for nearly all my life 1 have been
afflicted with itching piles, which had become chronic and
severe. I was totally cured by two ounces of Black Koga
Ointment and am now entirely well.
K. KONASAWA.
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BLACK KOGA OINTMENT AND BACTERIA
DESTROYER
FOR CANCER , STOMACH TROUBLE, PILES, COLDS AND
, ECZEMA
The discoverer of this remedy has not spent his time, his money
and his energy for his own profit only, but for the benefit as well
of the mllliofts who have suffered of these diseases and ailments
for years and for those who are yet to come.
Not only has the discoverer experimented with the remedies on
animals, but 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
Don't Argue
The Best the Market Affords Will Be Found
at the
AMERICAN BAKERY
LIGHT LUNCHES—BEST OF COFFEE SERVED
BAKE OVEN NEVER CHILLS HERE
No Use for Us to Advertise
/
EVERYBODY KNOWS
THE G4STINEAU
Is the Best Hotel in Alaska
LEAVES SILENT DRAMA F^OR STAGE.
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Miss Florence Iteed has achieved the greatest triumph of her
brilliant career as leading lady in Edgar Selwyn’s forceful sex play "The
Mirage,” now playing in New York. "The Mirage" is a splendid
example of Mr. Selwyn's ability as a playwright, and It affords Miss
Iteed all the opportunity to display her charms in the rOlo of "a woman
■with a past” Miss Iteed recently left the screen to appear under the
direction of Mr. Selwyn.
ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT
COLISEUM — Robert Warwick in
“The Tree of Knowledge,” West
ern drama and Weekly.
PALACE — Albert Ray and Elinor
Fair in “Vagabond Luck” and
Anne Luther in "The Great Gam
• ble.” I
COMING ATTRACTIONS
COLISEUM—Cannibals of the South
Sea and sixth episode of “The
Trail of the. Octopus.”
PALACE—J. Warren Kerrigan in ‘-A
Burglar for a Night.”
WARWICK FILM. "THE
TREE OF KNOWLEDGE”
The new Robert Warwick picture
"The Tree of Knowledge.” which is i
coining to the Coliseum Theatre for
tonight only is declared to have that
rare combination of highly dramatic!
and entertaining story, talented star
and fine supporting cast, and experi
director that results in the really
unusual photoplay.
The mention of such players as
Kathlyn Williams, Wanda Hawley,:
Tom Forman#a^id Irving Cummings.
; establishes the cast as far above the
ordinary.
“The Tree of Knowledge” is an
absorbing story of the pernicious in
fluence of a female flirt and her
final vanquishing by one of her vic
tims. There is a beautiful preluHe
in which Theodore Kosloff, the Rus
sian • dancer, and Yvonne Gardelle
enact in pantomime the ancient le
, pend of Adam and his fabled first
wife, Lilith. The picture is a Par
amount Artcraft.
RAY AND FAIR MAY
BRING MORE LAUGHS
It is said those who love a good
laugh for their health's sake will
welcome another of those airy,
snappy comedy dramas presenting
the sprightly young comedian. Al
bert Rav. with his pretty co-star,
Elinor Fair, for a two day run at
the Palace Theatre, opening tonight.
This photoplay is “Vagabond Luck”
—Vagabond being an old racer
whose marvelous streak of luck—
which comes about in a most unusu
al and laughable manner—works as
the final bond between two young
hearts. It is a William Fox pro
duction.
As an added extra attraction there
will he Anne Lather and Charles
Hutchison in “The Great Gamble."
The Pa the News will show interest
ing pictures of steps taken by the
police of various cities to check the
crime wave.
EXPLORER FACES
FEROCIOUS CHIEF
Chief Nagapate, probably the cruel
est looking human being on the face
of the earth, rule: the tribe of "Big
Numbers,” the most savage canni
bals of the South, Seas, faced Mar
tin Johnson's motion picture camera
in a wild jungle on the Island of
Mallicola. and the experience so1
nearly cost Johnson and his brave!
wife their lives that for weeks they
saw this horrible Nagapate in night
mares.
Nagapate's picture is one of the |
thrilling scenes in “Cannibals of the!
South Seas.” a five-reel production
which tlie daring camera explorer
has assembled from the films he!
(took in the islands of the South Pa-'
j rifle. World’s rights to the produc j
11ion have been purchased by Rob i
ertson-Cole company, and it is be-'
ing released through Robertson-Cole
Distributing Corporation exchanges.
This picture is to be shown Fri
day night and Saturday matinee at j
the Coliseum.
“BURGLAR FOR A NIGHT"
IS J. WARREN KERRIGAN
“A Burglar for a Night” with J.
Warren Kerrigan as the star, is a
picturization of F. McGrew Willis’
powerful novel of the same name.
The plot is threaded with a beau
til'ul and engrossing love story that
takes the handsome hero itito China
to fight against overwhelming odds
Besides affording Mr. Kerrigan one
of the most powerful roles he has
portrayed in many a day, “A Bur
glar for a Night." a W. W. Hodkin
eon release, which is announced for;
presentation at. the Palace Theatre,
on Saturday is said to pave the:
way for some splendid characteri
zations from such popular screen
players as Luis Wilson. William El-j
mer. Herbert Prior. Robert Brower.:
Lydia Yeamans Titus and Charles j
French.
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CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT
MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY
Manager Gross is advertising an
extra bill for the matinee on Satur
day. Besides "Cannibals of the
South -Sea" and an episode of “The
Trail of the Octopus,” by spec ial re
quest and for the children, he Is
going to present Charlie Chaplin in
‘ The Fireman."

‘VIRGIN OF STAMBOUL” IS
COLISEUM’S SUNDAY SHOWING
“The Virgin of Stamboul,” the*
$500,000 production, with Priscilla
Dean as the featured star, will be
the offering at the Coliseum next!
Sunday and Monday nights.
REX BEACH"COMING
NORTH FOR PICTURE
It i; reported at Cordova that Hex
Beach, the well-known writer of Al-1
aska stories, is coining Nortli very |
shortly with a movie company to i
film “The Iron Trail." According j
to a report received in Juneau from!
Cordova. Capt Hubrich, of McCarthy
will pilot the movie company over
the country in which the scenes of
the famous story are laid.
COME, OUT WITH IT
JUNEAU. April 14 To the Editor
—In your issue of yesterday appear
ed the following in the report of the j
grand jury:
“A committee from the Grand
Jury, in company with Dr. L. O. (
Sloane, Territorial Health Com
missioner and T. E. P. Keegan.
Chief of Police, visited the four
dairies which distribute milk and
milk products to the residents
of Juneau. We find the condi
tion of two to be very insani
tary.”
The Iasi sentence of the above
paragraph is particularly interesting
to ail purchasers and consumers of
milk from the four Juneau dairies
and it is due the patrons of those
dairies that they be informed as to
which two of them were found to be
“very insanitary.” It Is also due
the two that are in sanitary condi
tion that, the identttity of the oth
ers be made known. Come .out with
it. Mr. Grand Juror. The people
are anxious to know uml we, the sub
scribers. demand that you come
across with the information.
Respectfully.
FOND MOTHER
VERITAS.
TAX PAYER
CONSTANT READER
OLD SUBSCRIBER.
SENIORS OF THE
HIGH SCHOOL TO
GIVE GIG SHOW
“Man on the Box Will Be
Presented at Coliseum
Theatre Next Week.
The ann ul play of • the Juneau
High School will bo presented at
the Coliseum Theatre on Friday.
April 22. Two performances will he
given, one in the afternoon of Fri
day and the second in the evening
The reserved seat ticket sale will
open on Saturday at Cartwrights, re
served seats lieing 75 cents.
The Seniors this year have chosen
the well-known comedy. "The Man
on the Box” made famous on the
stage and on the screen by none
other than\Max Figman. Rehearsals
have progressed for many weeks un
der direction of Miss Bertha Park,
and the principals are now well
nigh let'or-- erfect in their lines
and the finishing touches are being
put on for the "business.”
The cast of characters, in the Ol
der of their appearance, is as fol
lows. and contains many of Juneiyi's
leading young thesptans:
Martin (Clerk of Court)
Ben Harford
Officer Cassidy (Of Police)
.. Jacob Britt
Officer O'Brien (Of Police)
. Donald Haley
Mr. Charles Henderson (Newspaper
Man) Charles Perelle
Magistrate Watts (Of Police Court)
.. James Bussey
Lieut. Robert Worburton (Lately re
signed) . Lance Hendrickson
Miss Betty Annesley (Col. Annes
ley's daughter) Ideal Hendrickson,
Mrs. Conway (Her Confidante)
Florence Casey
Cora (The Annesley’s Maid)
Marian Summers
Monsieur Piorre (The Annesley's
Chef) James Bussey
Col. George Annesley (Retired Ar
my Officer) Donald Haley
Count Karloff (A Russian Doplomat) !
. Ben Btirford
Miss Nancy Worhflrton (Bob's Sis
ter) . Ilonorah Kelly
William (A Stable Boy).
. Curtis Shattuck
Col. Frank Raleigh (Of the U. S.
A.) Jacob Britt
OKLAHOMA HUNTER COMING
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C. E. Sykes, of Oklahoma, and a'
party of friends, are coming North
tile latter part of (his month on the
way to Cordova to start on a si*
weeks' big game hunt. Dr. W. H.i
Chase of Cordova will accompany
the hunters on „thei rtrip.
HOT WATER FOR i
SICK HEADACHES
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
in it before breakfast.
Headaches are caused by auto-in
toxication—which means sell'-pois
oiling. Liver and bowel poisons call
ed toxins, sucked into the blood ex
cite the heart which pumps the
blood so fast that it congests in the
smaller arteries and veins of the
head, producing violent, throbbing
pain and distress, called headache, >
You become nervous, despondent,!
sick, feverish and miserable, your
meals sour and almost nauseate you.
Then you resort to acetanilid, as
pirin or the bromides, which tem
porarily relieve but do not rid the
blood of these irritating toxins.
A glass of hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in
it, drank before breakfast will not
only wash these poisons from your
system and cure you of headache, i
but will cleanse, purify and freshen
the alimentary canal.
Ask your” pharmacist for a quar
ter pound of limestone phosphate.
It is inexpensive, harmless as sugar
If you aren’t feeling your beet,
if tongue is coated or you wake up
with bad taste, foul breath or have
colds, Indigestion, biliousness, con
stipation or sour, acid stomach, be
gin the phosphated hot water cure
to rid your system of toxins and
poisons.
— (Advertisement.)
ACHES AND PAINS -
SLOAN’S GETS ’EM! |
Famous pain and ache Liniment
Lept handy, brings warming,
gratifying relief
HEUMATIC twinges ease up
soon. So do stilT joints, lame
buck, neuralgia, overtaxed mus
cles, and those pains from weather ex
posure, too—they don’t fi^h' long
against the countcr-irritu '.on 'hat
Sloan’s Linimcr.t produces.
Always keep this old family friend j
ha tdy for instant use—a little pene
ti Ues without rubbing, Laving no skin
stains, mu;s, or clogged pores. Its
very odor—healthy and stimulating—
suggests the good it will do.
All druggists. Three sizes—35c, 70c,
SI .40. Largest size is niostcconomical.
SloanS
Liniment t
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Tonight Only
QtimmwtiljtfrtcmfiCpkUipe
Aii old legend says
that the tempter in
Eden was not a ser
pent., but a beautiful
w o in a n , Lilli!h, the
demon wife of Adam
before Eve was cre
at ed.
There two had tasted of life's
forbidden fruit — and he alone
had paid. Now she had come to
poison the one pure love he had
known.
A great picture with a great
cast. See it!
30c |
TO THE PUBLIC—Do you realize that you are getting- the better
class of shows at the Coliseum for cheaper admission price than
is charged in the big theatres in the States? No where else are
such pictures being shown for 30 cents. In the States they are
fiom 50 cents to $2.50. If you want the management to get
these better class shows, patronize them. The larger the attend
ance the less we lose.
With the big feature tonight there n a
Two Reel Western Drama and a Weekly
FOR FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY
JOHNSON S CANNIBALS—Great Educational Picture
SATURDAY .\T.\TINKK
Regular Feature Show by Request
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in THE FIREMEN '
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COMING SUNDAY
“THE VIRGIN OF STAMBOUL”
It is a $500,000 Production
THE [ANG RANGE
Is the only Range specially designed to meet
Alaska fuel conditions.
Has adjustable fire box for wood or coal which
makes an extra large fire box for wood.
Will burn damp wood equally as well as dry
wood.
Made with nickel or plain trimmings.
Five different styles and twelve different sizes.
There’s a Lang Stove or Range,for every purpose.
FULL LINE ON DISPLAY IN THE FORREST
BUILDING, JUNEAU.
Send for catalogue to
GEORGE F. FORREST
Juneau, Alaska, General Agent for Alaska or
F. S. LANG MANUFACTURING CO., Seattle.

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