CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, MONDAY, JULY 30, 1917
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Sheet Metal Work
I PUMPS, STOVES AND GA5
f Shop Opposite Arlington Hotel
Mrs. ti. A. I'ruedell, formerly o
Carson, has left for her home in Rich
field, after visiting her mother, Mrs. II.
Lopez, in this city.
Mrs. Ralph E. Leland returned to
Carson this morning from a three
weeks' visit to San Francisco and Santa
Cruz, and shows every evidence of the
benefit the trip has done her.
Eugene Mara and wife came in on
the morning train from a month's visit
to coast points, which took them as far
south as San Diego. They both look in
splendid health and report that they had
a most enjoyable trip.
G. A. Whitley, district attorney of
White Pine county, was an arrival this
mornine and snent the day at the cauitol
on official business. Labor conditions
.-.t FU Mr. Whitlev said, had resumed i
t1.o normal and trouble from the I. U'.
W.'s is not now looked for.
J. R. Monahan, of the Tonopah Bank- j
ing Corporation, and family, after a
most delightful tour of Mexico and Cal
ifornia in their Hudson Super-Six, are
spending several days in this city re
newing old acquaintance and making
their many friends happy at the sight
of them. -
Red Cross headquarters have now
been established in the assembly cham
ber at the state canitol. Tomorrow af
ternoon the ladies will meet as usual
A request has been made for clean
old sheets, pillowcases and linen; also
for empty one-pound baking powder
For hnuling away your trash, ex
press work of all kinds. Phone
A COOL TREAT
Electric Fans, No Flies, No
Dirt, No Loafing and a
Newly Furnished Re
Our Own Sanitary Ice Cream Factory
Our Fruits Are Stored in a Cool
ICE CREAM AND SODA AT
Mitchell Motor and Service Co., Seattlr
"results are better and cost of operation
considerably lower while using Zero-lene."
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The Standard Oil for Motor Cars 1
Endorsed by Leading Car Distributors
-because the records of their service de
partments show that Zerolene, correct
ly refined from California asphalt-base
crude, gives perfect lubrication less
wear, more power, least carbon deposit.
Dealcn everywhere and at our service stations.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
For traSors, Zerolene Heavy-Duty
Getting Ready for
Among the attractions which the
ladies of Custer Relief Corps will offer
at their military camp next Thursday
evening will he a concert hy the Carson
This, however, is hut one of the prom
attractions. The supper, winch
begin at 6 o clock, is to be one
as only the ladies of Carson know
to give. There will he many other
things, some of which would lose their
novelty if announced in advance. The
meinhers are putting their heads to
gethcr to find new stunts and when a
lot of women get to thinking it is hard
to guess what will happen.
Low Tellegen In
Tomorrow night at the Grand Jesse
L. Lasky presents the famous dramatic
actor, Lou Tellegen, supported hy Cleo
Ridgley, Sessue Hayakawa and an all
star cast in I lie Victoria Cross, an
unusual and impressive photo-drama
The incidents in this great play are
mainly historical, centering around the
great Indian mutiny of 1857 when the
native troops of India were stirred to
revolt by scheming ruler and religiou
"The Victoria Cross" is a compelling
photo-dramatization following out the
destinies of a young F.nglish officer who
in the meshes of
How lie was mis
judged !' hs superior officers, and re
Itllllll ill i di i r ckiii.1 iiuiiiv, ami
.1....H ... - 'i i I - 1,.1 ninui inn
mate triumph and restoration, is mas
terfully told in this thrilling story of
love and war in the Far East.
Also, the peerless Victor Moore in
the pleasing comedy entitled "Morning."
DECLINES TO SERVE
The governor's office has received
word that Hugh H. Brown, who was
named by Governor Boyle as one of the
members of the District Exemption
board, had declined to serve. What
reasons Mr. Brown gives for his declin
ation are not known. The government
lias other names trotn winch to make
selections, however, so probably an
other will be announced in a day or two
Other members of the board who
have been selected are: J. II. Cazier,
Wells; R. F. Cole, Sparks; Dr. A. F.
IJuffaker, Carson City; J. K. Turner,
The local aerie of Eagles have char
tered the Virginia and Truckee motor
and tomorrow night will make a trip to
Reno to visit the lodge at that place.
It will leave here at 6:30 and return,
leaving Reno at 1 :30. Fare, round trip,
$1.50. The excursion is not necessarily
confined to members of the order,
all can go who desire.
The Con. Copper Mines company of
White Pine county wired the Industrial
Insurance commission this afternoon
that a miner named Joseph Conway had
been killed in the Giroux mine at Kim
berly. The wire stated that Andy Stin
son, who was in the district, had been
SPECIAL SALE HATS, DRESSES
I am closing out all hats at less than
wholesale prices. Mrs. F.d. Sweetland,
112 W. Second St. j9-tf
J. D. Lauppe, Sacramento
"have found Zerolene to be a satisfactory
lubricant for Buick automobiles."
H. O. Harrison Co., San Francisco
"give perfect satisfaction."
Cuyler Lee, Oakland
'Zerolene has given us perfect
Cross Unit to
Be Sent to teda
WASHINGTON, July 30. As a fur
step in its program for basing
American relief work abroad on accur
surveys of conditions, the Red Cross
Wrar Council, of which Henry P. Davi
son is chairman, announces the dispatch
a Red Cross commission to Rumania.
This is the third Red Cross commis
sion to he sent to F.urope since the or
ganization of the War Council to make
first-hand investigations in belligerent
countries. One commission, headed by
Major Grayson M. P. Murphy, is al
ready at work in France; a second, un
the leadership of Dr. Frank Billings,
will arrive in a few days in Russia.
The commission to Roumania, which
is headed by Henry Watkins Anderson,
a lawyer of Richmond, Va., will under
take at once, in addition to its investi
gation of sanitary and health condi
tions, actual relief work among the
Roumanian refugees. To do this work
a Red Cross medical unit of twelve
doctors and twelve nurses accompanies
Quantities of medical supplies, serums,
vaccines and foodstuffs urgently needed
in Roumania are being sent with the
commission by the War Council. A
special emergency appropriation of
$200,000 has been voted for Roumanian
Nay Volunteer Until
Their Names Are Posted
WASHINGTON. July 30. Some mis
apprehension having arisen regarding
the eligibility of men for voluntary en
listment in the armv after their names
had been drawn for the selective draft.
Adjutant Lieneral McCain, in response
to telegrams from a number of recruit
ihg officers, has wired them as follows :
"After a registered person has been
called for military service by his local
board and directed to appear for physi
cal examination he ceases to be eligible
for voluntary enlistment. See section
15 and paragraph D. section 18, Rules
and Regulations. Copy mav be obtain
ed from local board."
The provost marshal general's office
has ruled that the calling of the men
consists in the posting of their names
at the office of the local board, with the
date on which they are to appear for
physical examination. Cntii this was
done, it was stated, a man may still vol
Suspected Court Plaster
WASHINGTON, July 30. In re
sponse to inquiries relative to the re
ported sale in western states of poison
ed plasters. Assistant Attorney General
Gregory, has authorized the following
"While the department of justice does
not take a sensational view of the re
ports indicating a possible enemy activ
ity in the dissemination of poisoned
sticking or court plaster, there has been
enough officially reported on the sub
ject to warrant thorough investigation,
both as to the manner of distribution
and the germs in the plasters. Conse
quently, the samples in hand are being
analytically examined both in Wash
ington and in a western city. Pending
further information it would be well
for the consuming public to use no rem
edies of this kind except those obtained
from approved sources of supply."
Owing to market conditions, the
high price of cattle and the stringency
of money we will be compelled to close
all credit accounts unless hills are paid
promptly within thirty days from date.
There will be no exceptions to this
J18-2w S. A. Imelli, proprietor.
HATS AND DRESSES
An irresistible showing of newest
styles in hats. A nice assortment of
middy and sport dresses at Mrs. Ed
S W E ET L AN D' S. mlS-tf
For Ice Phone 1511
Or send word to the yard. I have
taken the agency of the Union Ice com
pany and will begin delivery on Thurs
day, June 7th.
j5-tf JOHN RUBKE.
Ice Season Is On
John Rubke announces that he has
taken over tire agency of the Union Ice
company in this city and will start de
livering on Thursday morning, June 7th.
Phone 1511 with your orders. j5-tf
SPECIAL SALE PRICES
All spring suits and coats at special
sale prices. These are springtime gar
ments and will please any type or taste.
mi9-tf MRS. ED sweetland.
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In the rush of work Saturday a couple
of errors appeared in the selective draft
list. These, however, have been cor
rected and the list, as officially drawn,
is reproduced as follows:
1 126 Ernest Gilman Folsom.
107 Ipolitto Martinelli.
43 Jeusto Bengohir.
10 Arnold Allen Millard.
18 Edgar Allen Brown.
4j John Leroy Smith.
117 John William Olding.
75 Thomas Vincent O'Hara.
15 Harry Sampson
31 John Edward Newman.
56 Vee Kai.
5 Damon Hayes Qarr.
54 Frank Muldoon.
72 Angelo Bernardina.
112 Lazariana Giovanni.
118 Max Emil Stenz, Jr.
11 John Sebastian Sanger.
6 Paul Francis Glanzmann.
93 Gust Giakumatis.
103 Charles Banning.
51 Lawrence Peter Foged.
30 Chester Muller.
25 Louis Bagley.
122 Carl William Chartz.
121 Theo Charles Gosemerker.
90 Harvey Collins.
30 Edwin Walter Miller.
4- James Vidovich.
K Willie Jim.
23 Richard Joseph Smith.
102 George Washington Lopez.
86 David John Richards.
71 Dave Lewis Gitnhle.
113 Catieri Luigi.
133 David William Stevenson.
58 Touley Thompson.
19 John Benjamin Glanzmann.
4 Dave Moose.
115 Dan Arratabell.
136 Clarence Theodore Sadler.
96 Andrew Herman Anderson.
91 Charles Madison Smmoot.
17 Baxter Otis Whittaker.
124 Walter Raymond Tucker.
76 Peter Victor Felesina.
1 Arthur Todd.
52 Joe Kay.
36 Leavitt Mervin Powers.
40 Frank Smith Emmitt.
100 Custer Carl Cross.
29 Albert Victor Degrosslier.
81 Marion Andrew McCleary.
114 August ina Bucclianeri.
61 Laurien Amadon Rheil.
105 Guido Quilici.
33 Fred Drummond.
32 Ernest Oliver Williams.
63 Arthur George Degrossilier.
64 Herbert Dudley Sprague.
41 Frank Schneider.
48 William Leopold Karge.
38 Onno William Whittaker.
127 James Morris Hammond.
88 William L. Lewis.
89 John Clarke Smith.
98 Ettore Pierin.
44 Vincent Cornelius Nevin.
7 Thokas Bailey.
26 Fred Austin Frisbie.
82 Dolphes Earl Lane.
55 Yee Kwun.
42 Lyman M. Smith.
106 Angelo Quilici.
21 Frederick Clifford Chappell
65 Frank Stupke.
62 Daun Ingersoll Bohall.
67 August Andrew Glanzmann.
77 Adolf a Pieri.
59 William Frederick Luhrs.
83 George Howard Smith.
94 Kosmos Gia Kumatos.
14 Walker Lane Boone.
109 Nutini Yucopo.
69 Orin Hugh Dubois.
129 Herbert Hoye Raycraft.
99 John Pacheco.
1 am paying $11 a ton for stove plate
and $16 for cast iron. Apply to Mrs.
F. H. Eaton, Foley cabin, Carson
An Excellent Room
SAN FRANCISCO Warren Hooper
Famous Jules Restaurant in Connection
Write for "Proof of the Pudding"
t PAUL L.ROSS, Sparks, Nev.
104 Thomas Cypher.
79 Clarence Albert Ambrose.
83 John Macgregor Chartz.
119 Clarence Reudy.
135 Tolbert Wayne Trothero.
13 Robert Wright.
20 Frank Samuel Menz.
131 Leonard Curtis.
87 Clemens Back.
37 Adelbert Gorge Rath.
95 Alfred Roderick Erickson.
92 William Furlong.
50 Low Bock Ging.
34 Edwin Horace Cushing.
27 Samuel James McLean.
132 William Adolph Dressier.
24 William Paddy.
97 Salvatore Pierini.
45 Lawrence Vester McFar-
12 Lester Groth.
108 Adelbert Ball Deady.
9 George Dressier.
70 Lancelot Charles Deady.
16 Simon Tanner.
134 George Dee Smith.
60 Henry Peterson Foged.
80 Ralph Dayrel Bath.
123 Glenn Allen Gray.
57 Low Bock Sing.
78 Andrew James Heidenreich.
22 Dewitt Adams.
53 Huey Tong.
85 Warren Elmer Baldy.
73 Clarence Gordon Rosen
28 Harvey Marvin Payne.
101 Roland Earnest Shaft, r.
116 Jacinto Aguerrebere.
39 Jess Peter Johnson.
35 Daniel Muldoon.
47 Myron Cressley Shirley.
Ill Jesse Duncan.
125 Arthur Rauswell Raycraft.
74 William Christian Ander-
68 Frank Bobb.
66 Marty Vidovich.
110 James Edward Regan.
120 Clyde Peter Heidenger.
2 James Lee McCann.
3 Sampson Dewey.
118 Charles Wesley Jenkins.
Owing to market conditions I am
compelled to insist on all bills being
paid at the end of thirty days, other
wise the account will he closed.
jl7-lm W. D. LANE, Prop.
Telegraphers, stenographers, book
keepers ; students earn lioard, room,
tuition. Mackay Business College, Los
Angeles, Cal. jl8-lm
The government needs farmers as
well as fighters. Two million, three
hundred thousand acres of Oregon and
California Railroad company grant
lands. Title revested in United States.
To be opened for homesteads and sale.
Containing some of best land left in
United States. Large copyrighted map,
showing land by sections and descrip
tion of soil, climate, rainfall, elevations,
temperature, etc., Postpaid, $1. Grant
Lands Locating Co., Box 610, Portland,
CARSON JUNK SHOP
Highest price paid for junk of all
kinds. 413 E. Robinson street. j26-tf
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES
Layer cakes, cream puffs, doughnuts,
rolls, pies and small cakes, bread of all
kinds, fresh all the time at
ml2-tf KELLY & LINDSAY.
Pure, fresh ice cream every day,
fountain drinks, all flavors. Try our
ice cream sodas, they are delicious.
ml2 tf KELLY & LINDSAY.
OLD METAL WANTED
The Capital Garage and Engineering
company wants all of your old metal.
Old stoves, cast iron, wrought iron, old
pipe, tin cans, copper, brass and lead at
the highest prices ever paid for such
MINERVA R. COOPER
Office hours : 10 to 12 m. ; 1 to 5 p. m. ;
7 to 8 p. m.
107 Proctor St. - - Phone, 1821
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The honorable board of commission
ers of Ormsby county will sit from time
to time as a Board of Equalization,
from this date until Monday, August 6,
1917, for the purpose of listening to all
persons respecting complaints as to as
sessments and taxes.
DAN E. MORTON,
Clerk of the Board.
Carson. Nev.. Tulv 23. 1917. td
UNCLE SAM'S THRIFT THOUGHT
To each two cupfuls of milk use one
tablespoonful of flour, one tablespoon
ful of butter, two-thirds of a cupful of
a thoroughly cooked vegetable, finely
chopped, mashed or put through a sieve,
and salt to taste. Thicken the milk
with the flour as for milk gravy and
add the other ingredients. Practically
any vegetable except tomatoes may be
used with the other ingredients as stat
ed. If tomatoes are used a little soda
should be added to them to prevent the
milk from curdling.
Meat Stew With Dumplings
Make a stew from a cheap cut of
meat cut into small pieces, potatoes,
and such other vegetables as are de
sired. Thicken with a little flour di
luted with cold water. Serve with
dumplings made as follows: Mix and
sift one cup of flour, two teaspoonsful
of baking powder and one-fourth tea
spoonful of salt. Work in with the
fingers one teaspoonful of butter; add
gradually one-third of a cup of milk
or a little more it neeued. tvoii out
one-half inch thick and cut with a bis
cuit cutter or in square pieces. The
dumplings may he steamed, baked like
biscuits or cooked with the stew. In
the latter case remove enough litiuid 1o
permit the dough to be placed on the
meat and vegetables.
Henry Karge announced this morn
ing that material for the construction
of the new service line of the Telephone
company is arriving daily and that City
Engineer Morser is engaged in laying
out the new line for the poles to follow,
so that his company will within the next
few days be busily engaged in getting
ready to get their wires off the poles,
now on Carson street and proceed with
all possible haste to connect all sub
scribers with the new line.
CARSON CITY JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING COMPANY
Highest cash prices paid for all kinds
of junk, rags, rubber, bones, carpets,
paper, bottles, sacks, hides, copper,
brass, lead, zinc, aluminum, pewter,
block tin. Will pay $10 to $16 for iron.
Shop at 413 E. Robinson street, (live
me a trial and I will treat you right.
j29-tf CARSON CITY JUNK CO.
made with Calumet P.Ain;
Powder. Mother never ha.l
such wholesome baLins until
die used Calumet.
"It's Caluftict surety, ur.ifon.iity,
purity, strength, that iual.es every halt
ing turn out right that saves millions
ot houscn lves Haling l'owder money.
Be fair to yourself use Calumet.
Received Hichrst Awurdj
Vw Oh k I rrr
&Ve Sth in i'ounii (tin.
Cheapand big can Baking Powders Jo not
aave you money. Calumet does it's Pure
and far superior to sour milk and soda.
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