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’•e way in wh ich it ha? ne to b* s whenever they are o way from the bnildin glut-a-beorbinc objects, 'asses and escape the -ing snow-blind. Ix Drug Store carry a good line of .it their advertisement on page. He < areful—--Wear snow-glasses. Tre fourth card party and social ■it the Ragles series was played last Saturday evening with a well tilled house, not as many attended as r he former parly, owing to other functions given th*> same The winners of prizes were: First. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Efoyd: Keeond. Mrs. Chaus. W. l^ewM and Mr A. L. Hermansen: conscrtu tioo Mm A L. Hermansen and Charles F. Rice. After the games the evening was spent n dancing. Refreshments were served after the conclusion <»f the card games. CHURCH NOTES NOME FEDERATED GHIRGH F. G. FORK ESTER, Minister Sunday .School .21 A M Eiveniag Worship 7:40 P.M. Organ recital Mr?. D E. Crow Worship Theme: “1 will never tleave thee nor forsake thee/’ Anthem: "He Careth For Me”. Bible Drama: "Jamw of Galilee” Church to Drama The! Dframa. “James of (Jalilee”, will he produced tomor t w night during the sermon hour at NT)me Federated Church. The non of Z e-bed ee, who is attracted to Jffms hv the irresistible appeal of Ti'. personality. The simple life of ternlay of the fundamental long ings and loyalties of the human soul, are vividly portrayed and ar tistically anted. The caste. con sisting of Mrs. Harry Lomen as listher the wife of Jame*. Holland Rrousseau as James of Galilee, and 4'has. W. Thornton as Zebedee the father of James, has been direct ed by Mjv. I) E. Crowley. Stage settings though .simple are beaut ifully suggestive of the spirit of During the worship service pre ceding the giving of the play, will toe a ten minute organ recital, be ginning at 7:40 The choir will sing H. R. Palmer’s anthem “He careth for Me”. There will he nc sermon—-the play taking up that portion <>f the hour of worship. M. K. mum II 21 A. M. Morning Worship anc Sabbath School. S> ng Service. Sermon Begin the week right and com. to cjhurch Sunday. Follow mother training and her advice. I>ast Saturday afternoon th< Sunday School class of Miss Sim iiionson went out iato the hills fo a hike. On their return the stopped at Mts. Baldwin’s an. there Miss Simmonson served to con and sandwiches. A jolly goo. time w.:s the report. Friday afternoon fro-m the Met bodisr. cjhuroh was held the funer aJ services for the late Mru. Jaco Aipodruk. The sympathy of th community goes out to the berea For other airplane activities loo under the Telegraph Bulletin day cl the week. Hairy IJHlo, Former Nomeite, \ow located in N‘*w ■Gnniea Ireceived here on the last jrunder date of January 22nd from H. S. (Harry) Little, form «■' 1, connected with the 11 amnion «-i»ntT' nv in Nome. the letters coin ing 1-oin Sydney. N. S. \V\. it is learned he will be there for two nr three months porting out the foot drediftts of which he will <;::nioa. The machinery for same wi” nim. from the United States very i n accessible portion «>f New (In;i5«m, so that airplanes are to be used io lake in the cm-truetion rnn• cial. The planes are of the .lunk**r ;>T>e and a«re capable of carrying a pay load of seven (thousand pounds, and were deliv ered at the scene of operations ihe last part of December. Mr. Little had been in the sitaees but short time from Korea, where he had installed a dredge fc.r a Japanese Company and had I instructed Japanese crews in it? operation, when be was sent out | on the present job. He states lie hod a fine trip across and is very favorably im |pressed with Australia and wants | Jim Keenan to be told that he > (Jim ) sur,i left the country of I pretty women. He also makes the ! treacherous statement for a Votive Sen. that lho flowers are prettier there than in California | At the time of his writing the j weather was extremely h't. and that he was suffering wme from it. and as he was advised that it | would be still hotter in February. He commented in his usual man I ner as to the contrast between [Nome and N. S. W. in January. The Nugget alone with bis host j of friends in Nome, join in wish ling him all the success possible [in hi« new position. I.OST^— , oblong ivory [tfn. set in hs5*'1?'. finder plea*».» return to Nugget (fffice or to Mrs. Anna Fomeyer, and receive rcvvanl. big T1MH IX THE OLD TOWN IONITE—ST. PATRICK'S BALL will give their annual St. Patrick's Day entertainment, card party and dance, tonight. March 14th, at 9 P. M-. at Pioneer Igloo. " Do not fail to attend this func tion as it will be one of the best ever given. The ladies are noted fo their hospitality. They have arranged a delightful programme • : Ulrc-i you will play cards for very fine prizes to be awarded the winners, a delicious luncheon There will be Virginia Reels. Qua drilles. Rye Waltzes, etc., just to remind you of the days when you Ka*t< i*n Star Social. The Eastern Stars’ will give a Social, March 21st, 8:45 P.M., at Masonic Tempi**, to which all Ma sons, their families and lady friends; and »J1 Eastern ‘Stars and their families are cordially invit ed. Committee. FAMOUS EDITOR SIXAIN; star reporter he:ED: MURDER ROUSES CITY! The headlines give you an idea of th„ story; we will nor spoil It b> telling more, except that speed, excitement, suspense and hiunor are the four prim*, characteristics «>f the “Big News," the • A L L TALKING Murder Mystery play coming to the Dream Th**at.re on next Tuesday and "Wednesday. “Rose-Marie,” the attraction on Sunday, i*» tnkt*n from the famous ojn-ielfa, and is .an unusually beam if ul picture, enhanced by special musical accompaniment. •h an < Yawforil lias the title role, which she plays with exceptional skill. •‘Rose-Marie’’ is a screen Play >ou will enioy and remenib<‘r for a long time. ST. PATRICK’S DAY CARD SOCIAL AND DANCE l n lcr Auspices Catholic I^adies At Pioneer Tgloo, *» p. M. Sharp, Saturday. March 14th, 10&T. THE NOME KENNEL CLUB Announces a GUESSING CONTEST On the running: time of the All Alaska Championship Dog Race CONTEST CLOSES MARCH :i5th. THE PERSON GUESSING THE NEAREST To THE ACTUAL RUN NING TIME OF THE RACE WILL RECEIVE 50% OF THE NTET PROCEEDS OF THE CONTEST. WINNER'S TIME LAST YEAR WAS 18 HOURS, 10 MINUTES, 55 SECONDS. S. S, VICTORIA Sailing Schwtule for l«)3l Orteber (’A R( ;< > ST EAMER.S June 10th «tiKl August I5tfi usual tiling Sea find Kotw4m<* Souto'I lading Teller & tl inarmed -ate port •nt bw'-i»i<-ss offer-. ROUTE YOUR SHIPMENTS ON THE RELIABLE AND DEPENt>Ai;s.E ALASKA LINE JAMES P. DALY, A; Alaska Steamship Company WOMB—THE HOMK OP IKK; RACIN'*.—KEEP CP THE SPIRIT’ DREAM THEATRE Saturday Saturday March 1* WM. BOYD \JJ/K\ HAIjlK, Sf K CAROL, ALBERTA YAl'CiHAN **SK Y SCRAPER’ ’ (Mu>i«a] Accompaniment) M-G-M News ( One Show at 7:SO.) Sunday Sunday Matxli |.% JOAN <?RAWPr>Kl> "ROSE-MARIK** Hous*. peters And James Murra> (Special Musical Accompaniment) M-G-M NEWS (Two shows 7:1«“ and f> p.m.) TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ROBERT ARMSTRONG CASOb LOMBARD TOM KENNEDY ^ RAM HARDY i?j3i§§f§§^?5i§ “ BIG NEWS ” AN ALL TALKING MYSTERY vPUAY M-G-M NEWS a LAURKU HARDY (X>M^V One Show Kftrt Nit*1 SHOW STARTS 8:00 P. M. INDOOR BASEBALL Nome vs Mammon AND Federate vs Commercials A. B. Hall Monday, March 16. 8 P. M. Admission 50 cts. Travel by Air With NORTHERN AIR TRANSPORT INC. X O M E. A LASH A. We Fly Anywhere Any Time For Rates and Information see NORTHERN AIR TRANSPORT INC.. OFFICE Tfiojj-bor.** MAi* 97 i Pioneer Sheet Metal Works ED. GROSS Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work A Specially Ptnnbins A Pipe Pitting—-Patented SupertH'mtflr^ Otfto. W. Lewfc Novae, Alaska.