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I I " I i !l ! i SATURDAY and SUNDAY MATINEE PATHE NEWS 1 WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS WILLIAM RUSSELL IN THE GREAT STAGE SUCCESS “The Lincoln Highwayman” BY PAUL DICKEY DIRECTED BY EMMETT J. FLYNN GALE HENRY THE ELOGATED COMEDIENNE IN C—A—S—H SUNDAY AND MONDAY PATHE REVIEW AND TOPICS ' HARRY CAREY IN A PLAY OF STRENGTH AND TENDERNESS “MARKED MEN” From the Wonderful Story by the Wonderful Writer PETER B. KYNE "THE 3 GODFATHERS" FOX' COMEDY “FOOTLIGHT MAIDS” ; • — FRED DAVIS WILL SING "WHERE THE WEST BEGINS" MRS. J. W. BURFORD, MISS CAROL BEERY CONCERT 7 P. M. >•. PROGRAM National Emblem . Bagley Serenade Mexicainc Lemont Soldiers Chorus .Faust Gavotte Czibulka Popular—Yearning and Waning Waltz Song—Merry Widow * I JAPANESE TOY~SHOP | I H.'B. MAKmO Front Street I F. 0. Box 218 For ftfail Orders 1 ■ - _■ J USED FURNITURE I Bought, Sold and Exchanged N. ROCOVICH i 211 Seward St. I Telephone 441. P. O. Box 211 ■-:-:-■ Alaska Transfer Co. r i I General Hauling, Baggage > Coal. Contract Hauling. I ^ Main It._Phone 45 j -« - — ■ . i ■ .* m* YES, WE CLEAN CARPETS And make them look like new. Alaska Steam Laundry Juneau Transfer Lompany Store* Freight Prompt Delivery of Ladyimith Coal Phone 48. FIRE ALARM CALLS 1-8 Third and Franklin. 1-4 Front and Franklin 1-8 Front, opp. Marshal! ft , Newman. 1-8 Front, opp. and near old Dispatch. [ 1-7 Front, opp City Wharl 1- 8 Front, near Sawmill 2- 1 Home Germain Grocery j2-3 Willoughby opp Cole barn il-4 Front and Seward 2-6 Front and Main 2-8 Second and Main 2-7 Fifth and Seward. 2- 9 Fire Hall. 3- 2 Gastlneau and Raws Way 3-4 Second and Gold. 3-6 Fourth and Harris. 3-6 Fifth and Gold. 3-7 Fifth and Bast. 3-8 Seventh and Gold. 3- 9 Fifth and Kennedy. 4- 1 Ninth back of power house 4-2 Calhoun, opp Juneau Apts. 4-8 Dlstln Ave A Indian Street. 4-6 Ninth and Calhoua. 4-8 Seventh and Mala. 4-7 Twelfth at Northern L’dry 4-8 Twelfth and Wlllonghby. YOUNG LADIES ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF BIRTHDAYS A pretty little dancing party was given last night in the Roselle Studio hy Della Lundstrom, aged li> years, and Nona Sailor, aged 13 years, in honor of their birthdays. The following were the guests of the evening: Russell Richardson, Julia Stragier, Will Chare, Chris El lingeu, Earl Ellingan, Ellen Sorey, Earl Hunter, Shelly Burke, Frances Messersehmidt, Katherine Messer schmidt, Myrtle Price, Walter Foote, Tom Foote, Dora Lundstrom, Ruth Krugness, J. Golding, Ettore Scataglini, Irene, Lundstrom, Rae Stevens, Alfred Lundstrom, Mary Graves. Arthur Peterson and Arthur Frederiekson. The patronesses were, Airs. Sorey, Mrs. D. L. Lewis, Airs. L. Warden and Daisy Lundstrom. WOMEN MINERS LEAVE FOR THEIR PEARL HARBOR MINES Mrs. J. G. Peterson and daughters, Irina and Margaret, owners and op erators of a gold quartz mine at Pearl Harbor, a few miles north of Juneau, left yesterday for the mine to get ready for the summer's work on their claims. They have been in town for the last six weeks. The three women do all the work in the, mine alone, including mining! in the tunnel and operation of a small water-power mill. Their first work this spring will be around their homestead in Pearl Harbor, where ( they have a small farm. YVork at the mine and mill will be started when the snow melts off the hills We have had 35 years experienc in buildiner tar roofs and repairing See E. Ellingen or Phon6 136. adv SUMMONS In the District Court for the Dis trict of Alaska. Division No. 1. NO. 205'9-A ESTHER DANK, Plaintiff, vs. ISADORE DANK, Defendant. TO ISADORE DANK, DEFENDANT. GREETING: IN THE NAME OF THE UNITED [STATES OF AMERICA. You are hereby, commanded to be and appear in the above-entitled Court, holden at Juneau, in said Division of said District and answer the complaint filed against you in the above-en titled action, within thirty days from the uate of the service of thi' summons, and, it' you fail’so to ap pear and answer for want thereol. the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded'therein, to wit: an absolute divorce. The order for the publication of this summons was issued on the 9th day of April, 1921, and it was therein provided that it be published once a week for six successive weeks and there upon you are served with this sura mo ns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereto set my hand and affixed the Igeal of the above Court, at Juneau, Alaska, this 8th day of April, A. D 1921. [(Seal of the J. W. BELL, [District C'ourt) Clerk By L. E. SPRAY, Deputy. II. II Le Fevre, Attorney for Plain I tiff, June.au, Alaska. (First publication, April 16, 1921 [Last publication, May 21, 1921. • | Attractions I | at Theatres § ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT COLISEUM'’—Katherine MacDonald in “The Thunderbolt.” PALACE—William Russell In “The' Lincoln Highwayman.” COMING ATTRACTIONS COLISEUM—Violet Heming in “The Cost,” and a Mack Sennett com edy. PALACE—Harry Carew in “Marked Men”; also a Fox comedy. IS FORCED TO MARRY THE MAN SHE HATES. Marked at birth. Bruce Corbin, wealthy, but rendered powerless at the will of the elements, is saved a life of wretchedness by his wife who married him out of hatred in “The Thunderbolt." starring Kather ine MacDonald, and which will he seen at the Coliseum Theatre for tonight only. As Ruth Pomeroy, daughter of the only living member of that fam ily, Katherine MacDonald is forced to marry Bruce Corbin, sole member of the Corbin family, which has hated the Pomeroy’s as a result of a feud dating generations back. Young Corbin marries the girl in order to blot out the name and blood of the Pomeroy family. He is in a position to prove Allan Pom eroy a disreputable forger, and lie uses this information as a club to forge Ruth to marry him. Refusing to allow Corbin to win Ruth determines that she will keen the blood of the Pomeroy’s in cx iSteuce: How lie outwits her hus band and turns a hate marriage into one of happiness forms the basis of the picture. TRAINED DOG HAS ^IC ROLE IN RUSSELL DRAMA. Spike, an intelligent dog in “Tlie Lincoln Highwayman,” tlie new Wil liam Fox production based on Paul Dickey's story, which will be seen at the Palace tonight and Sunday matinee, is a Llewellyn setter, two years old. In making the “Lincoln Highway man,” Spike was required to do tliis stunt: William Plunder, Hie character played by William Russell, decided' to stage a hold-up in order to prove to a girl and a federal secret serv ice agent that a highwayman must have courage, and Is not wholly de-j pendent on the surprise of his at-1 tack. He drove to a garage, in which he lmd installed Danny Mur-; pry, and told I>anny to send a mes - sage to him by the dog when the! car of the secret service agent, con-! taining the man and the girl, passed along tile Lincoln Highway. As the car passed. Murphy tied the note on and sent the dog along.! Tlie- animal went over the hills by a short cut to Jimmy hidden at the roadside. As the car approached, | Jimmy sent the dog out into the road limping on three legs. The girl in tlie approaching car had tlie machine stopped because she was sympathetic. Tlie pair got out and! were held up. Tiie dog left on four! perfectly good feet. VIOLET HEMING IS STAR IN "THE COST.” David Graham Phillips' novel oj college and political life, "The Cost,” lias been produced as a Paramount Artcraft picture and will be shown of two days commencing Sunday at; the Coliseum. Violet Heming. the pretty stage star who recently made! her screen debut in the title' role of | "Eveyrwoman.'' has the heroine's part. The story centers around Pauline! Gardner, a young girl who marries' John Dumont a rich youth of uncer tain character, against the wishes of: her parents w hile she is still in I boarding school. Later she meets! Hampden Scarborough, who falls in love with her. Her marriage is an unhappy one, and Dumont soon starts an affair with another woman As head of the Woolen Trust. Du mont has a candidate whom he is hacking for governor of the state. Sca«*iorough, the reform candidate,' opposes him. In a crash la Wall Street, Dumont is on the verge of ruin. Pauline rushes to his aid with her reserve store of money, though she was about to bring suit foi divorce. Dumont wins the fight, but the strain is too much .and he dies. Pauiine goes to Scarborough. HARRY CA^EW COMES TO PALACE ON SUNDAY. Th.ee men ... the desert, who hadj served time for train robbery and had escaped from prison, robbed a bank and fled from the outstretchedj hand of justice. Only a few quarts of water remained between them and a hideous death. Sixty miles of burning sand lay between them and the nearest human habitation. Then, into their keeping was placed a tiny babe whose father, leading his prairie schooner across the Mojave Desert, met his death in a sand storm. and whose mother was about to meet her mate as an aftermath to the child's arrival. This Is the basis of Peter B Kvne's famous story. "The Three Godfathers." which was published in the Saturday Evening Post. And it is this story, which, tinder the name "Marked Men," has been produced in film by Universal, starring Harry Carey. “Market! Men" Is to be shown at the Palace Sunday and Monday. • ' " *'* • 4. ►AVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS' Greatest Story j liiiiiin. ..miiumih. ex >. / , I I | | 1 11 I $ '*) lllll'^V V ‘APMITTAtfCt: ? ! Children 1 Or:, Youths 15e, Uen | oral Arltniasion 30c, and only i 30 cents if you have a rebate ticket. Loges 40c. ■.. .1 , . . . ...... .... •• • )ui mini n • ■ ' HER husband wUs a fa!.:! She Knew it when she married him. But to a roniantic girl, what were a father's objections .vhen her lover promised to be true? Now, with the life cf he • child binding her to the faithless cad whom she saw in that ether woman's apartment acros the court—what should she do? What would you do? I :;n't be too sure until you see “The Cast." A Romance of Love and Wall Street-A Story That Strikes Home! A LADIES’ TAILOR WITH FORD STERLING and the Mack Senn.tt Bathing Girls You can't Beat This Big Show Anywhere. Our Orchestra will start at 7 o'clock and play through the first show KATHERINE MAO DONALD THE AMERICAN BEAUTY -'in THE THUNDERBOLT The Romance of the Strangest marriage on record. A drama of human and superhuman. When a wife wants child ren and her husband hates them—what happens? A man who hates is no match for a woman who loves. Imagine a man marrying a woman he hates just to see that she is denied mother hood. A child-hating husband— his beautiful bride—a cata clysmic storm and — the thunderbolt that changed two lives from misery to hap piness. Also a two reel Western Drama "The Fighting Heart." a prize win ning show It is all for 30 cents and only 20 cents if you have a rebate ticket. FOR SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY The story of a husband who denied his wife the sacred right to mother * hood—and how Providence thwarted his wicked plan of revenge. The Father's Revenge—The Empty Ch die—Hapny Southern Days—The Strange Marriage — A Husband’* Hate—A Wife's Subterfuge — The lightning Storm—and the Thunder bolt. Miss MacDonald's first Rtellar ap pearance since in •THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME"