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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL,- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920
- ' ' ! . I Gas , Pockets amd Oil Seepage 0 CONTINUALLY ENCOUNTERED AT ILLIPAH THE DRILL NEVER STOPS The 'company holdings consist of 960 acres in the Illipah Basin near Ely. The formation of limestone, oil shale and sandstone is identical with that of the richest Wyoming fields. Mr. Ira McFarland, former State Engineer, Vice-Pres. of the company, is superintending the drilling. . . . I THE ILLIPAH BASIN OIL AND GAS CO. 8 I 15ct Per Share To Be Raised to 25ct SI V , E g . : " H 1 : Very Soomio . 1 1 i . i J SEE REPRESENTATIVE AT ARLINGTON HOTEL. J : i . i . EXTRADITION WARRANT ISSUED An executive warrant was issued yes terday from the governor's office for the extradition of Lillian Hall, a young woman of Reno who was arrested in Salt Lake City on advices from Reno. It is' claimed that she passed consider able worthless paper in the Nevada me tropolis and then took the trail for the l Utah settlement. She was arrested on complaint from Reno. As this is the first instance where a woman has been arrested for passing bad checks the sequence will be follow ed by merchants over the state who have submitted to such losses without the nerve to press the case, as has fol lowed in this instance. People and Holes of Interest MANY CLAIMS FOR REWARDS OFFERED Mr. Benson was an arrival on the morning train from Reno. Mrs. Harold Vaughan was a pas senger this morning for Gold Hill to spend a few days with her mother. F-. H. Brocklis. district attorney of Douglas county, was a business visitor to the capital city yesterday. Mrs. A. L. Doyle, who has been quite ill at San Francisco with influenza, is reported to be improving. L. B. Fowler, attorney general, was a passenger bound for Rvno last evening. (jcorge L. Sanford, local attorney, has returned from a few days' business trip to San Francisco. .Miss Grace Sprague, accompanied by Miss Alma Slenz, motored to the river side city this afternoon. Mrs. Shober 1. Rogers, accompanied has COme the Season When a by two daughters, arrived this morning a i from Fallon to spend a few days with L ent change of diet is season of fasting and abstinence for many a season when all may, with advantage to bodily health, leave some of the heartier, grosser foods.' I am now unpacking recenxj shipments of Fish dried, pickled, smoked and canned and of other light foods, pleasing to those of good taste. Come and see my new stock. Yon will surely find something to please the palate and agree with digestion. Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. friends in this city. Rial James, formerly of this city, but now living in Reno, has accepted a posi tion as traveling salesman with the Wood-Curtis' company. Mrs. D. S. Dickerson, who has been making a short visit in Reno, returned to her home in this, city yesterday f ternoon. Ralph A. Jones, who has been paying a business visit to this city for the past There will be plenty of claimants for the reward money offered by the govern or and the cattle company, as the gov ernors office has alraedy received a number of applications for the money. as a result of the murder of St. Clair. In one instance an attorney filed a claim for the fireman on the engine who advised young Bell to go to the sheriff and give himself up. This claim sets up that this advice being followed, result ed in the capture of the other bandit, the real murderer. It is further stated that the locomotive fireman was unable to personally conduci the bandit to the sheriff's office, being on duty. In. another claim the governor's .of fice is advised that the sheriff and dep uty of White Pine county should be granted the state reward, they making the arrests. In this case it .is doubtful, as but a short time ago the attorney general ruled, in the Harris case, that a peace officer was not entitled to state reward, as he was fulfilling elective duties. In all instances the claimants have been advised that attorneys are not nec essary to present claims, as the matter is to be adjusted to the right parties. All claims, and there will be plenty of them, will be sifted down to the real parties who should receive the state's monev. AT THE CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH j Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning j service at 11 o'clock. H. II. McCREERY, Pastor. .METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morn ing service. 11 to 12.. Address Ivy Captain Charles Priest. F.pwor.h ' League at 6:4;. Evening service at 7:30, in charge of the Minute Men. Ad dress by Professor J. J. BeaUy of Day to::. Mid-week service Wcr.dnesduy evening at 7 :3 ). J. L. COLLINS, Pastor. ST. PETER'S CHURCH Services fur the second Sunday in Lent will be as follows: Holy Com munion, 8 a. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon. 11 a. m. The rector will begin a series en titled, "In the Shadow of the Cross," the first being on Judas Iscariut. All are cordially invited. Lenten services with litany and address Fridavs at S. C. S, MOOK, Rector. CATHOLIC CHURCH PLAYS GREAT SUCCESS Leisure Hour hall was packed at last fvtininir, pntrrtainmpnt anl tVi rr- Jew days, returned to his home in Reno ! m eveQ beter than antidpate(L last evening. HOPE NEVADA BOYS WON Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service by MaiL Ed Malley, Charles Day, William Maxwell and Bernard Slavin autoed to Reno yesterday afternoon to take in the basketball game between the Los An geles team and the University of Ne vada boys. The Los Angeles team, the world champions last year, stopped off at Reno to play the university boys while on their way cast to try for the world's championship again. The Los Angeles team won last night's game, tfie score standing 26 to 17. :A game was played this afternoon and it is stated that if the Nevada boys win George Wingfield promised to pay their expenses east to try for the cham pionship. Today's telegraphic news is found iv today's Appeal not tomorrow'. - : ' Second Sunday in Lent. Mass at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school im mediately after mass. Evening devo tions at 7 :30 p. m. Lenten devotions every Wednesday and Friday evening at- 7:30 p. m., and on Friday after noons at 4 p. m. for the children. Reg ular monthly meeting of the Altar So ciety will be held on -Thursday next at 8 p. m. in the parish hall. THOS. E. HORGAN, Pastor. Bet You Didn't!! SEE COMEDY COMING 1 PAR Of SBES TO BE PRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF THE PEOPLE OF CARSON. WATCH THE LOCAL PAPERS FOR DETAILS. Grand Theatre Tuesday Eve., March 2, 1920-8:15 Reserve Early at Kitzmeyer's Drug Store ADMISSION: 25c ' 50c 75c - $1.00 NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS The American Legion Orchestra its first public appearance made a decid ed hit. The cast in "Dear, Delightful Wom en" captured tbe audience at the start i and kept them with them until the end. Many compliments were passed over the rendering of their act "A Matrimonial Venture," caused up roarious laughter from the time the cur rain was raised until it fell. Miss Dorothy Harrington in her specialties was at her best, and if you want to know how good that best is go to' "A Pair of Sixes" next Tuesday evening. Between acts Miss Harrington made an appeal for a good house next Tues dy evening for the university students and it is safe to say that everyone in last night's crowd will be there. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE At the regular meeting of the Chris tian Science society in Odd Fellows hall Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the subject of the lesson-sermon will be "Christ Jesus." Sunday school at 10 o'clock for all under the age of 20. Wednesday evening meetings, wliirh in- 1 elude testimonies of healing through Christian Science, are at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the meetings. Free literature; also books from the circulating library may be obtained. oo The governor, several members of the tax commission and other stat? officials being in Reno today, where Read the Appeal for the latest in World event. All consumers who were granted a flat rate during the cold weather, are hereby notified that the reading of meters has been resumed, and from this date forward will be charged for water j by meter measurement. 'CARSON WATER COMPANY, By E. S. Daugherty, Supt. Feb. 26, 1920. See Bath For the moving of furniture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 941. j6-tf $l4,"l'$"lJ""f,F,,8,,5'H v Just Arrived A new lot of Georgette -vaists, Crede-de-chine waists, Voile waists, Bath-robes and Flannelette kimonas. It Made clean. HOLSUM BREAD clean, sold clean, delivered DIGNON, Carson, Nev. GEE HING COMPANY. t t SONGS ARRANGED SPRING CLEARANCE SALE a meeting on tax prob'ems is beinc; held, left .ittle business to be trans uded in a number of the offices. oo The work f installing electric power to at least two of the mining properties n:.th of Jis tty makes it take on alt the appearance of a real mining dis tr.ct Both the South Wet Cjrr.slock Extension and Nevada Protective com panies are to use electric power in com pressor and hoisting. We will hold a spring clearance sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, at which will be offered all our winter coats and suits, all woolen dresses and winter hats. A good line of Georgette, satin and Taffeta dresses will be offered at un usual prices ; also novelty hosiery. A broken line of Warner's and Red fern's corsets will also be on sale. SWEETLAND & SWEETLAND. f25-3t Read the Appeal for the latest hap penings, both at home and abroad. Words or music written. Music plates, printing and designs. Prompt and reas onable. Code: Morgan. Mason Opera House Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif. n22 Wood and Coai Coal that burns and leaves no clink ers at Rubke's. Plenty of wood also on hand. Phone 1511. fl-tf Order Direct When you want wood or coal phone direct to John Rubke. He will supply your wants. Call up 1511. . fl-tf Read the Appeal for the events the day they happen.