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LOCAL NEWS CHURCH NOTES
airpi.vm; xkws Pilot Alger Graham of the Air ways. arrived at Nome today from Nulato, carrying a capacity load )f express and mail from Fairbanks. He is scheduled to hop off tomor row morning for Unalaklee*. carry ing passenger*. mail and express. Robbins of the Airways, is sched uled for a flight to Fairbanks to morrow morning in the Fairchild plane, weather permitting, carry ing passengers mail and expre-s. So 'new.s has been received of the movements of the Northern Air Transport planes today. In a recent letter from Seattle it is learned that Baron Fried lander sailed for London about a month ago. It is said that the Baron expects to return to Nome m the Spring on the first sailing of ihe steamer Victoria. Accompany .ng him will be a corps of mining engineers who will envnde the rjorne section and outlying couutry with, the object of carrying on prospecting and development work which will no doubt mean the in stallation of dredges to work th" undeveloped ground now lying He and awaiting capital to put it on a paying basis. The Baron i much impressed with the Nome nd Seward Peninsula mining op portunities and Rnglish capital will be used to develop our re sources when Americans fail to take advantage of same. Kagle Party Tonight The Ragles are giving another of their trophy card party and ounces this evening in the small Ragle Hall. It is an invitational affair. Cards begin at 9 p.ni.. fol lowed by luncheon and dancing. AROl’ND WORLD PLIGHT VIA NOME BEING PLANNED T!;<- Nem£ of Commorce is in recept of the following :elp gnun in reference to an all around the world flight via Nome: Oklahoma City. Okla. Feb. 25. Chamber Commerce. Nome: We are forming plans for an all around the world flight to leave here -•.bout May 101 li this year. Route will be New Found land, Germany, across Russia and Siberia to Kha barovsk and Pet ropalovsk, thence to Nome, provided there are suit able facilities there for takeoff to Seattle. It would require three thousand foot runway with no ob structions. Five hundred gallons of aviation gas and thirty gallons of oil will be needed at Nome. The plane should arrive at Nome seven or eight days after start •weather permitting. Answer collect niteletter whether facilities avail able, conditions of weather middle >f May. radio equipment. wave length and power and other infer mation you think 1 should have. WILEY POvST. Commerce Exchange. The local chamber acknowledger receipt of wire and gave the neees sarv details, informing them tha v\ The preheat time the new fieli established last summer near Solo emon was available for their needs. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Jn tlie Probate t.Vmit for t.h*> Cap* Nome Precinct, Territory of AI ;uska. Second Division. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN JUSTUS HAGER, deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE> that t>ne undersigned has been ay> pointed by the above entitle* Court. Administrator of the Estati of John Justus Hager, deceased and all persons having claim: against the said estate are herele required to present t*he same t* the undersigned, at Nome. Alaska as required by law, within si months from the date hereof. Dated ;;t Nome. Alaska. February G. U. JACKSON. Administrator of the Estate i. John Justus Hager. deceased Publish Feb. 21. 28. March 7. If \<>'IK FEDERATED CHFRCH F. G. FORRESTER, Minister Sunday School .11 A M . E.eiiing Worship 7:40 P.M. 0 van recital Mr-. D. K. Crow-: Pantomine by high school girls: Alltel of Pain. \ lit hem: The Heavens Declare. Sermon: Can Jesus Maintain Hi- Authority? Girls of Mrs. Harry Lomen’s da-'S will present the Pantomine, ; Angel of Pain, in the worship per iod of the evening church service a: Nome Federated church, tomor ■ row This is a dramatic portrayal of a meaning of suffering and pain iin human experience. Those hav ing part in the pantomine are: j Miss Helen Asclioli. Miss Phyllis I Robinson, Miss Virginia Lomen. j Nomeites planning to see the ! production will do well to come , promptly, as the Pantomine will j be given during the lirst part of (ihe church hour. The service will ' be opened by a ten minute organ i recital by Mrs. D. H. Crowley. The choir will sing Gabriel's an them, the Heavens Declare. ( In the sermon. Rev. ■'p. g. For rester will deal with the nature of the Authority of Jes/us over men. In these days when popular opin ion is resenting authority, this topic is timely. The sermon will deal : with authority with which men of ^present day thinking -ympa M. K. CIH RCH W. F. Bi.idniu, Pastor. 11 A. Morning Worship and • Sabbath School. 7 P M. Evening Service. : Song Service. ; Special Music For other rdrphme activities look under the Telegraph Bulletin days of the week + MIXING NOTES Mike Blum, an old timer of the Kougarok section, returned to his mining claim with supplies, after a short visit in Nome. Dewey Creek where he has been I engaged in mining for the past J few years. He is returning with more supplies. Charley Butler and Chris Nei buhr were in town this week from Rock Creek, where they have been engaged in prospecting during the Thos. Gaffney is carrying on prospecting activi’ies on Sunset ereek and is reported to be doing , W'alter Taylor arrived in town j Wednesday from the east coast s where he has been engaged in j prospecting. Bob Well*, the Kougarok min- j ing man arrived in Nome this j plane to take supplies to his pro-j pertv in that section. He came j down by dog team and says if 1 I did not have to take the dog team j back he would return via plane, j Mr. Wells and associates are in- : terested mostly on Henry Creek, i Hi*, brother Henry (Skinny) Wells has been sojourning at the Ser- j pentine Hot Spring, in company i with a partner (’has. .! Nelson, j EAGLES ATTENTION! The fourth party of the series consisting of cards, dancing and refreshments, will be |4aye<l on Saturday, March 7th. Invitations issued are good for Hu* whole see* ies. othe,. invitations may be- ob tain««d through members. Time— f 9 p.ni. COMMITTEE j honker social comm. RESERVES MARCH 28th FOR ENTERTAINMENT j PURPOSES THE NOME KENNEL CLUB Announces a GUESSING CONTEST On the running- time of the Ail Alaska Championship Dog Race CONTEST CLOSES MARCH 25th. j THE PERSON GUESSING THE NEAREST To THE ACTUAL RUN i XING TIME OF THE RACE WILL RECEIVE 50% ' OF THE NET 1 PROCEEDS OF THE CONTEST. WINNER’S TIME LAST YEAR WAS j IS HOURS. 10 MINUTES, 55 SECONDS. NOME—THE HOME OF DOG RACING—KEEP I P THE SPIRIT" DREAM THEATRE Saturday Saturday, M<urh 7th GEO. O’BRIEN, & IX>IS MORAN, “SHARPSHOOTERS’’ M-G-M News (One Show Sunday Kumtav, March 8tli ; Virginia Valli, William Hussul. I Nancy I>r«*\«‘l, Geo. Meeker. IN "THK KSCAI'K" | (Special Muf-iyal AccompfliiiineDt) i Mack jgennott smith Family <«tned\ M-G-M New# (Two show** 7: in a » m. \ TUESDAY AND Wednesday “CHANG ’• Crodm-ii* l>.v Meiian C. Cooper anil Brnc-M H. Hhoedsack A PAM MOUNT PIOTUKB “AT THE DENTISTS' A IiaMaiie ,U'C TAIJKING COMEDY On© Show Each Nito SHOW STARTS «:00 P. M. INDOOR BASEBALL Federals vs Nome AND Commercials vs Hammon A. B. Hall Monday, March. 7., ,8 P. M. Admission 50 cts. Travel by .Air With NORTHERN AIR TRANSPORT INC. X O 31 E, A L A S K A. We Fly Anywhere Any Time For Rates and Information see NORTHERN AIR TRANSPORT ISC.. OFFICE Telephone MAin 87 Alnskan 3ni*nstrinl iTThti»j$ & Cn. AND .Alaslm tLfifphmtr & Srlfqrnpii (ga. Second Avennc and Lane'H Way LIGHT, POWER AND ELECTRIOAL * IT r LESS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE SERVICE Pioneer Sheet Metal Works ED. GROSS Tin, Sho t Iron and Copper Work A Specialty Plumbing * Pipe Fitting-Patented Snpeiiienterg Neit Door tn CTiae. W. Lewi, Name, Aluta.