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PALACE THEATRE
Saturday and Sunday Matinee
Weekly and a Comedy entitled
“Cursed by His Cleverness” (
BOSTONIANS
IN COMPLETE change of
VAUDEVILLE
ALSO
5*
Sunday and Monday
Pathe Review—Fast and Slow Motion
Topics from Digest
IN COMPLETE CHANGE OF
VAUDEVILLE
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Written by George Ade
WATCH MABEL NORMAND PIN-WHEEL THROUGH THIS
FUNNIEST OF PICTURES, BRISTLING WITH LIGHT-HEARTED
’LAUGHS AND SATISFYNG ROARS!
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The Bostonian Brevities will offer a complete change
of program tonight and Sunday. On each night there
wm, & will be two vaudeville shows, both given before the
film feaures. Tonight the Weekly will be run starting at 7:15 o’clock sharp. At 7:45 the Boston
Brevities will appear in vaudeville, then the feature will be shown. The second show will start immed
iately atfer the first, the Bostonians appearing at 9:15 and the film feature to be run again immediately
after. The same hours for the showing of the vaudeville and feature will prevail on Sunday night also.
The Boston Brevities will only appear at the one show Sunday Matinee.
REMEMBER THE PRICES—Children 25c, adults 50c, Loges 75c including the war tax.
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IMPORTED SALAMI
A fresh shipment just in.
Better than the finest sum
mer sausage. Try it.
J. M. GIOVANETTI
I i
ARTISTIC PICTURE
FRAMING
at
CARTWRIGHT’S
205 Seward St. Phone 419
JUNEAU AUTO SERVICE
5 and 7-PASSENGER STUDEBAKERS
Car* to Glacier, Auk Bay, Thane, Perseverance and all parts of town
PHONE SINGLE 0. STAND ALASKAN HOTEL.
CHAS MILLER. GORDON GIFFORD.
MOOSE DANCE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4
Invitational
LARSON’S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION $1.
Superior Portland
CEMENT
Full line of heavy Building Material.
Wholesale distributors OLYMPIC FLOUR.
Alaska Supply Company
Phone 53. Warehouse next to Sawmill.
" WHO’S HERE
^ AND WHERE
Mrs. W. F. Ducey, accompanied by
lier two children, will arrive h 're
on the Princess Alice today after
having been visiting in tiie south.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boyles, who
have been on an extended trip
I through the eastern part of the
; United States, are to arrive on the
Princess Alice. Mr. Bolyes is the
j proprietor of the Boyles Anchor
! Works of this city.
Robert W. Wiley, operator of a
j copper mine in te Rainy Hollow dis
trict near Haines, is a passenger on
the Princess Alice for Juneau.
Mrs. J .H. Cann, wife of one of
! the owners of the Lisianski Penin
sula Mines, will arrive an the Prin
cess Alice. Mrs. Cann has been
spending te winter in to south.
Mrs. D. ,J. Williams, wife of a
: mining engineer in carge ef mines
ion Chichagoff Island, will arrive on
the Princess Alice after having spent
the winter in the south.
Pete M. Ogle, capitalist of Seward,
accompanied by his bride, passed
through Juneau today on the Ad
miral Watson after a honeymoon trip
in the states.
Otto Kraft, merchant at Kodiak, ac
companied by his wife, are return
ing to the westward on the Admiral
Watson after a business and pleas
ure trip to San Francisco.
H. M. Pratt, commissioner and
school principal -at Seldova, with his
wife, is aboard the Admiral Wal
son returning to the westward.
W. B. Purdue, traveling man
passed through Juneau today on the
Admiral Watson for Seward.
Mrs. J. A. McGill, wife of the man
ager of the Beluga Whaling Co. on
Cook Inlet, is bound for Anchorage
on the Admiral Watson.
W. h. Keyeser, interested in oil
lands at Cold Bay. is aboard the
Admiral Watson enrout* to Kodiak
I)r. W. A. Rystrom. on his way
to Kodiak, after a visit In tli*
states. Is a passenger on the Ad
miral Watson.
Mrs. E. J. Freigbrock. wife of
the superintendent of the cannery at
Snug Har'or, is a passenger on the
A-imiral Watson.
J. J. McDonald, mine operator on'
Kenai Peninsula, Is a passenger on
the Admiral Watson on liis way to
Seward.
C. M. Triplet Is aboard the Ad
miral Watson going to Seward to
visit his sister who is a teacher in
the public school.
J J. Meheriii, member of the
brokerage firm of Olson and Meher
in of this city, was a passenger on
the Admiral Watson for Juneau from
1 Ketchikan.
T. S. Elsemore, a banker of Peters
burg, was an arrival in Juneau on
the Admiral Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Doyle left for
Western Alaska on the Admiral Wat
son this morning. Mr. Doyle rep
resents the Western Dry Goods Com
pany -and is on a business trip.
Charles Finzel and Earl Renter
were passengers on the Admiral
Watson for Seward.
Gordon Gifford who has been driv
ing a jitney in Juneau, left for An
chorage on the Admiral Watson.
Gus Perret, traveling for an am
munition company, was a passen
ger on the Admiral Watson for West
ern Alaska.
E. A. Currie, commercial traveler,
went to Western Alaska on the Ad
miral Watson this morning.
A. E. Llljestrand, formerly of Douff
las. hut more recently living at Ket
chikan. was a passenger for Anchor
age on the Admiral Watson. He is
a former member of the Donglas
baseball team and will probably play
with some team at Anchorage.
G. C. Chamberlin, who has been
traveling in Alaska for the Whlton
Hardware Company in place of his
father. J. E. Chahberlin, will mako
Western Alaska for the brokerage
firm of Olson and Mehorin of this
city. He arrived from Ketchikan on
the Admiral Watson today.
At the Gastinenu.
J J. Meherln. T. S. Elsemore, J.
H. Henrlckson. .1 N. Wahl, George
C Chamberlin. Mr. and Mrs. S. J
Kane. S. H. Swanson.
At the Alaskan.
I Obermiller. L. Herrod. G. W.
Harrison.
At the Circle City.
Neil McKechnie. J. Nesola. Oskar
Tenhuna. Sam Sandstrom, F. An
derson
EFFORT ABOLISH
BUREAU BLOCKED
IN LOWER HOUSE
(Continued From Page One.)
districts was killed by the House
ifter a short debate. Favorably re
>orted, it ^earned that the memo
•ial would pass without serious dlt
Iculty. Mr. Ross opened fire on It
by declaring that it might pro <
to he an entering wedge for with
drawaig of vast oil land blocks by
the Goyernment for future use by
'he Navy. "It is the policy of the
Government,” he declared, “not to
indertako any test work of tne
character suggested until it has
withdrawn from entry lands on which
such tests are to be made. It is
nractically certain to follow that
Policy In drilling test oil wells. The
•esult would . be that private inter
tst.s would suffer and real develop
nent of the Territory would be re i
‘.arded.”
Lathop Convinced.
Mr. hathrop, who has been inter
’»ted in oil development, declared
hat he believed that Mr. Ross "is
more than half right. I had rot
'oolied at that side of it before. >
irn going to vote against the motor-j
ial.” Other members also opposed
lie, memorial which on final passage
was beaten by a vote of 12 to 4.
Cut Secretary’s Sallf^.
After considering Senate Bill No
33, an act to fix the salary of the
Secretary of the Territory at $2,000.
in the Committee of the Whole, the
House amended the measure by re
ducing the figure to $1,500 in which
form it was finally passed, Mr. Mur
ray voting “no.” At present the
salary of the Secretary is derived
front certain fees collected by the
office and averages $2,500 per an
num. The bill will not affest the
salary of the present incumbent.
Pats Hunt Memorial.
Senate Joint Memorial No. 10, by
Mr. Hunt, relative to Federal aid to
Alaska transportation and asking
that the Federal Trade Commission
be instructed to investigate charges
made by the Tacoma smelter, was
passed by the House by a vote of 9
to 7.
Senate Bill No. 62, relative to fix
ing the time for annual elections of
school boards and empowering them
to levy and collect taxes, was re
ported unfavorably by the Commit
tee on Elections and. Election Laws.
Senate Bill No. 44, elative to div
'dends being declared by hanks, with
amendment, and Senate Bill No. 1G
relative to banking corporations, were
recommended for passage by the
Committee on Banks and Banking.
Senate Bill No. 25, relative to es
cheat estates, committee substitute,
was recommended for passage by the
Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 41. empowering mu
nicipalities to engage in the lighter
age business, enacted to meet exist
ing conditions in Nome, was received
from the Senate where it was passed
yesterday.
Afternoon Session.
On the ground that the Senate
substitute bill for Representative
Brown's memorial for the nomina
tion of Governor of Alaska by pop
ular vote, was but a mere device
for the taking of a straw vote, Mr.
Cochran and Mr. Frame in Hie
House this afternoon led an unsuc
cessful fight to defeat the substi
tuto. Tlie House accepted the sub
stitute which was then read the first
time without reference to committee,
carried to and though its second
reading. Put on its final passage,
after considerable debate during
which charges that the Senate “is
reactionary” were made, the sub
stitute was passed by a vote of 11
to 5.
Serious objections were raised on
the floor of the House to Senate Bill
No. 52. relative to the alteration of
boundaries of municipalities, for
which House Bill No. 33 was with
drawn from the Senate. In face ofj
the objections raised, the bill was!
ordered sent back to committee.
On the question of concurring with!
the Senate substitute for the Mur
ray anti-blue law measure, the for-|
mer being adapted by the Senate
this morning, the House rejected thej
substitute and the clerk was in
structed to ask the Senate to recede.
More Money Asked.
A communication was received by
the House through the Ways and
Means Committee from Gov. Riggs
asking for a deficiency appropriation
of $2,000 for March accounts for
the Pioneers' Home at Sitka, which
was ordered transmitted to the Sen
ate where the general appropriations
measure now is.
300 Passengers Removed
From Stranded Stermer
HI/X’K ISLAND, R. I„ April 30
Three hundred passengers had
been taken off the Portuguese steam
er Mormugao, ashore on West Side
Irland, early today and the remain
ing one hundred and forty-eight
were expected to be off before night.
Damage to the vessel has not been
determined. She is not considered
in immediate danger.
Public stenographer. Mrs. Crag
mont, 309 Gc'.dstein Bldg., Phone
* * adv.
ALL STETSON HATS, best qual
ity. go for f5. Hurry, hurry, hurry!
NELSON'S SHOE STORE —adv
Swissalu
IS A MARK OF QUALITY AND DISTINCTION ON ALUMINUM
COOKING UTENSILS
We have just received a large factory shipment consisting of
Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Griddles, Sauce Pans, Preserving Kettles,
Tea Kettles, Etc., in all sizes.
THE ENTIRE SHIPMENT IS MODERATELY PRICED
V ' • v *
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THE BEST STOVE IN AMERICA
MADE IN TkE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
And Easy to Get Repairs
Eleven Points in Range Construction that ORIGINATED in the
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