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CARSON CITY DAILY. APPEAL; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919
CORRECT GLASSES There are a good many things that can be delayed until' a future time, but when your eyes begin to go back on you there is no use putting the matter of passes off. Every day increases the defect and makes the ' task" of 'fitting you correctly a harder oe.7" r a My optical department ' Is" equipped with a view of handling the most diffi cult as well as the simple ones. . i I guarantee every case, difficult, v. or jiimple. ' ' V 1 Optometrist, Carson. k At Mrs. U. W. rnend s store, where i you can find Watches, Clocks and Jew elry; also Edison PhonbgrfapM" and Re cords, where I shall be "nappy to 'play jfchoice selections to entertain lovers of . Hiiio Proslamation music. MRS. C. W. FRIEND, Opposite Postoffice. People and lioles of loteresl H. M. Loy, of the Highway depart rtient, was called to Reno yesterday on official business. . Z Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miflard went to Reno last evening, returning this morn ;j'ing. They report their son Harry to be -unuch better. " i . ,j Mrs. White is expected to arrive from Colorado either tomorrow or Saturday, 51 and spend sdme time in this city with Jher sister, Mrs. Ljllie Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Curran are fixing up the home on North Spear street, re cently purchased from William Max well and expect to move in in about a week. ;i Gray, Reid, Wright company's big Harvest Sale begins early tomorrow morning and will continue -until Sat- urday evening. Remember the old adage 'that the early bird catches the worm.. Miss Annie Martin of the local mint , force rKrrred this morning from Phil- adelphia, where she had been attending -! a conference of government assayers Miss Martin continued her frip on to " New York and other eastern cities and stated she had a delightful time. Herbert Witt was an arrival on the . morning train for a few days' visit at 3 the Ardery home. Mr. Witt, accom- panied by his wife and their little child, will leave next week for Denver; where "I probably he will make his headquarters t for the next few months. " ' Alf and John Chartz are today moving their law books and other possessions from the rooms they, have so long oc ; cupied in the building on the corner of 4 Carson and King streets, which is soon to be demolished to make room for, the new civic improvements, ihe Messrs. new quarters will) be in' the 8 Chartz ; building on Telegraph street, just west of the Carson Valley bank 1 , .'4 WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. President Wilson vesterdajr' set aside Thursday ' SJovember 2th,i as Thanksgiving Day iri a proclamation which said the, coun try looked forward j'with confidence to the dawn of an era whejre the sacrifices of the nations will find recompense in a world at peace. The proclamation fbl lows: "By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation: """The season of the year has again ar rived when" the people of 'the United States are accustomed, to unite in giv ing thanks' to Almighty God for the blessings which He conferred upon our country during the twelve months that have passed. A year ago our people poured out their hearts in praise and thanksgiving that through divine aid the right was victorious and peace had come to the? nations which had so cour ageously struggled in defense of human liberty and justice. Now that the stern task is ended and the fruits of achiever ment. are,.ours we look forward with confidence.to the dawn of an era where the sacrifices of the nations , w ill find recompense in a world at peace. "But . to attain the consummation of the great work to which the American people devoted, their manhood and the vast resources of their country they should, asthey give -thanks to God, re consecrate themselves to these princi ples of right which triumphed through His merciful goodness. Our -gratitude can nnd no more pertect expression than to bulwark with loyalty and pa triotism those principles for which the free peoples of the earth fought and died. , , . ; r "Quring the past year we haver had much to make us grateful. . In spite of the confusion in our economic life re sulting from the war, we have prosper-, ed Our harvests have been plentiful, and of bur abundance we have -been able to render succor to less favored nations. Our democracy remains un shaken in a world torn with political and social -unrest Our. traditional :j .t. .t. rtl V. fillli UUI 111 W1C llrtlll of .progress and civilization. . "These great blessings vouchsafed to us, for which we devoutly give thanks, . a ... should arouse us. to a "tuller sense ot i our duty to ourselves and to mankind to see to it that nothing we may do shall mar: the completeness of the victory which .we helped to win. No selfish purpose animated us in becoming panic- j ipants in the world war, and with a like ; spirit of' usefulness. we should strive to! aid, by our example and by our co- ! operation, in - realizing the enduring ! of the United States the one hundred and forty :fourth. ' " nVOODROW WILSON." PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER into being a World ruled by friendship 'and good wilL i t X "Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, pres ident of the United States of America, hereby designate Thursday,, the 27th day of November next, for observance as a day of thanksgiving and prayer by my fellow countrymen, inviting them to cease on that day from their ordinary tasks and to unite in their homes and in their several places of worship in as cribing praise and thanksgiving to God, the- author of all blessings and the mas ter of our destinies. "In witness whereof I have, hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. "Done in the District of Columbia, this 5th day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, and of the independence In . the district cour at Elko" yester day Charles Monahan pleaded guilty to the charge of murdering James Downs at Wells a few weeks ago. i Judge Taber determined the degree of murder against the prisoner and sen tenced him to life imprisonment in the state penitentiary- . The killing of Downs was the result of an old feud between the men. ' ' ' 00 WU1 Soon ?e On Way Home ; The last of Carson City's boys ncyv overseas will soon be on his way home In a letter written October 7th George Whifaker told the home, folks to write has either started or will soon start on the homeward journey to the old U. oo FURS UNUSUALLY GOOD Frank , Ford," professional trapper came in from Willow Point last night He declares trappers are in for. a good season this year, because not only are animals more abundant than usual, but the pelts, particularly, of the 'coyote, are the best.he ever saw.' '. According to Indian argument these "signs" are for a hard winter.- Silver State. VOICE PRODUCTION AND ARTIS TIC SINGING no more letters. This means that he commencing at 8 o'clock. CAPITOL POST, ATTENTION! . . The regular monthly meeting of Cap itol Post, American Legion, will be held Thursday evening, November 6th, in the district court room, county building, ' n3-td Signor Arturo Salvini " (Arthur A. Borrows), late principal tenor, Royal Italian and Royal English Grand Opera companies, London, Eng., La. Scala theater, Milan, and principal theaters throughout Italy and Europe, begs to announce that he has opened a studio in Reno for' tuition in the above art Pupil of Francesco Lamperti and Fran cesco, Ronconi. Should a sufficient number of pupils desire tuition Mr. Borrow wl visit Carson City for one day each' week. Ad dress Mariner's Music House, or Sher man Clay & Co, Reno. . 027-tf "Men may come anfl men may to," but with "Whi Gear-Life" yow oto will go on forever. . MINERAL SERVICE STATION. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking COLD MEDAL t i The car with the Ramshorn 4 j J Hot Spot Motor. If you are in- J J terested in a good car at a reas- enable price come in and see us. We are also agents for the Chev rolet, Maxwell and Reo cars. The woild'3 standard remedy for these -disorders, yvill often ward off these dis eases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Look far lh name Gold Medal oa avcry but and accept no inula tioa t Chalmers Six t 111 FII u w Begins Our Annual HARVEST SALE 1 " mu I'm inuiun ihi 1 A two-day sale, ending Saturday, November 8th at 6 p. m., that promises to be one of the liveliest events of the season. . EVERY DEPARTMENT is represented in these gigantic "Har vest" price reductions, which include all fresh, seasonable merchan dise at substantial savings. Ccme early and reap the benefits of these splendid "Harvest", offerings. A detailed circular of items will be left at your door. . Chalmers .... Chevrolet Maxwell ..$1,930 ...$857 ..$1,160 4 welfare of all peoples and in bringing . , - a A. A A a A A A Jr-JL A AAjAlAAAAA TTTTVTT 'V F V TP W V 'V "4 "H1 V 'V V W U Service Station 1 "1 y JI "" IT r. 11 1 i. . Ur J. 4. Have you tried the AUTO STROP SAFETY RAZOR yet? If not, why not? Don't neglect this opportunity. Come in and get your outfit. You'll find that it will serve you. You risk nothing. Take it home, use it for thirty days enjoying the luxury of smooth shaving then, IF YOU LIKE IT, pay only five dollars and keep it. Other wise return it. . u . : ; , ; Could anything be more fair? Give the -world the once ovec Ed; J. Walsh Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service by "VlaiL . 4. Hi: A A A J, A J. A A A A A - itllAAA - - - tTTT"TTttTtT VTTTTTTTTTTTTT I !4R8 A. E, TI!0".PS0!1 ! I Suits, COufcuiiJl l Dresses H i 4 . y U ! i.-4 I ALL HIE LATEST STYLES i Cinie EJock, pdsonCity . 2 IISTEN, fellows, to some . straight talk. Many .a man. when he gets to be 40, misses some thing. He may have lots of money, and a fine family but . He never "got out and saw things". After he gets settled down, it's too . late. Every man wants to see the world. No man likes to stand still all his life. The best time to TRAVEL is when you're young and livelyright NOW ! Right NOW your Uncle Sam is calUng, "Shove Off! " He wants " men for his Nvy.' He's inviting . you! It's the biggest. chance you 11 ever get to give the world the once overt The Navy goes all over the 1 . world sails the Seven Seas- ' squints at the six continent . that' a its business. You stand ' to see more odd sights, wonder ful scenery and strange people " than you ever dreamed of. YouH work -hard while you '. work. You'll play hard while you -play. You'll earn and learn. ; Youll get, in addition to "shore v leave", a 30-day straight vaca tion which is more than the ' average bank president can count on. , You can join for two years. . When you get through youll be physically and mentally "tuned . up" for the rest of your life. Youll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's a Recruiting Station -right near you. If you don't , know where it is, your Post master will be glad to tel! you. t t m , , . . . m. . . A A A A J A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A . A A A A A A A A A t A at a y.ytVVVTTTTTTTTTVVVYTVVVTYVTTTTVVVTVTTTTTTTTTVTTVTVVyTVTTTvy Carson City, Nevada WANTED ! Girl to do pantry work. Apply at Ar- j lington hotel at once. nl-tf i Just Arrived blankets. I GEE HING COMPANY. .ft. X tMMMtMMM4 TheGreasingProblem OF YOUR CAR SOLVED A new lot of woolen under wear for ladies and children, navy blue serge goods, hos iery, comforters, sheets and Fay a visit to our garage and let us demonstrate tne SO Jsfa AT THE EI1P0RIUU To Close Out BOYS' SPORT WAISTS . Ages 7 to 13 TO Cts.- mrs sposi nm Men's Sport Shirts Sizes uy2, 15yi, 16 and Wi nly ; 6Si SIS d $1.50 mmm co. Canon City, Nevada Aiemlte System Simple and practical. A time and money saver. It is now standard equip ment on White motor cars and trucks the best recommendation we can give. I r 1 1 Agents fcr ; t THE PLAGUE OF CAEBON AND ITS CUBE No device ever put on the market has so conclusively demonstrated its use fulness to the motorist as the ESTA WATER AUXILjIATOR. Carbon de lays on the road and in the work shop are entirely eliminated by its use,' to say nothing of the treasured efficiency obtained from the motor and the sav ing of fuel and annoyance. The prin ciple is as old as the hiUs, but no mas ter mind has, previous to this time, cient article. Many makeshifts have been able to put into practice an etfi been discarded, many more will appear, but none will accomplish the results that the ESTA WATER AUXILATOR will '4- tt lies : Ml lluiiss 1 B Red Arrow I MACHINE SHOP Garage ajri Auto mm AUTO OVERHAULING RETAILING X OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL, PHONE 151. T. L. Hawkins, Secy-Treas. Geo. A. Cole, Preafdeat '