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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920
Fee's d IJotcs of Interest ODD FELLOWS ELECT THEIR GRAND OFFICERS r . At thr annual meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, in ' conference at Reno the past two days . Miss Pauline Kearns, who was oper- , . . 1 ... t it i the following officers were elected Miss Dorothy Cottrell was an arrival . this morning from San "Francisco and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dale Pruett. Sam Cohn and his sister, Miss Melani Cohn of San Francisco were arrivals this morning and will visit their: aunt, Mrs. E. S. Daugherty. t Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bur lington accepted the delivery of an auto State Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. Grand Master, George Armstrong. Deputy Grand Master, Tait Williams. Grand Secretary, William Sutherland. Grand Treasurer, C. Novacovich. Grand Representative, David McLean. Grand Trustees, H. A. Riley, H. P. Gifford, Garfield Edwards. Grand Encampment I. O. O. F. Grand Chief Patriarch, Charles B. No Roads to Haul Grain From Russia and today Mrs. Burlington is taking Kappler. lessons in the management of the car. Grand Senior Warden, Earl Norris. his I Grand Junior Warden, C A. Higley. Representative to Sovereign Grand .'Governor Boyle, accompanied by wife, left by auto at an early hour this morning to look at some mining proper ty in Tuolomne county, Calif. He ex pects to return early Saturday. " ' Judge Langan continued his session of court in Carson today. The Rosen-J berg divorce case, which was up yester day, held the attention of the court. Fred L. Miner, former deputy in the office of Adjutant Genreal Sullivan in J this city, is now living in San Fran- i cisco and is editor of the Lodge, P. H. Mucahy. Sebekahs President,' Mrs. A. C. Werner. Vice President, Mrs. E. L. Hubbard. Warden, Mrs. Winifred Goodwin. Secretary, Mrs. Lizzie R. Mudd. Trustees, Mrs. William Kennett, Mrs Kate Loring, Mrs. Sarah J. George. To Visit Fallon Quite a large number of the Eagles American of this city will visit Fallon Monday Mine Reporter, a weekly mining publi-' evening for the purpose of putting a cation. class of initiates through the divers The proceeds of the entertainments degrees, tonight at both the Carson City theater Thomas R. King! representing the and the Grand go to the Boy Scouts to Amrtmfnt at Washing was help them buy camp equipment and sup- -n CarsQn toJay gettJng faetJ and fig. lies for their approaching outing. Both houses will present good programs. Justice and Mrs. J. A. Sanders were departures to Reno yesterday afternoon. In the evening the judge visited and ad dressed the Moose, who are holding their annual state convention in the riv erside city. ures in relation to machinery and other industries. County Claims Carson City. Nev., June 5, 1920. . f Carson Citv. Nev.. April 5. 1920. ; William Kenr ett, clerk of the Su-' C. R. DAKE, County Auditor : preme court, returned last evening from Sir : At a meeting of the Board of - . .. .n . i . . .-County Commissioners, held this, day, a visit to Reno, where he had been an fowing claims against Ormsby interested visitor at the I. O. O. F. county were allowed and warrants or convention. He was accompanied bv . dered drawn therefor : Mrs. Kennett. who had been sent bv the : James Larson, salary .$ 23.00 By Charles McCann, United Press staff correspondent LONDON, June 5, by mail. "Take every railroad engine in Europe to Rus sia and it will still take you two years to build up that country's transporta tion system to normal." This was the startling satement made by one of the foreign office experts on the Russian trade situation, and was advanced as an argument against those who talk optimistically of getting vast supplies of grain and foodstuffs out of Russia in a "day." j Russia's transportation system isn't It simply doesn't exist as transporta tion systems are conceived in countries like the United States and Great Brit ain, officials well informed declare. Re liable information gleaned by the Brit ish intelligence department shows that only six out of every hundred engines in Russia were in working order early in 1920. And of these six, the majority operated on wood and other inferior fuel. N . Furthermore, whenever an engine broke down, the worn parts were re placed from another engine, thereby rendering that engine doubly incapaci tated and immensely harder to repair when material finally became available. Railway cars and feright cars also are insufficient and in bad repair. Hun dreds of thousands of worn-out wheels which only need re-tiring are piled at the railway terminals. The airbrake system doesn't exist because only a few cars in a train have valves which are in working condition. Naturally speed in transportation is obtained only at the sacrifice of safety. Another difficulty which Russia will tarson Rebckah lodge as a delegate. p' w j r nr r ixr i s j 4 T xvir. ana Airs. 1. j. vvaru ana uaugn ter June of Reno expect to leave by auto tomorrow morning for Placerville. Mrs. Ed. Sweetland, sister of Mr. Ward, will accompany them. They will visit another sister, Mrs. J. J. Bailey. E. S. Daugherty, salary 25.00 M. Crow, salary 25.00 T. H. Stern, salarv 250.00 banitl E. Morton, salary 150.00 C. R. Dake, salary 120.00 J. M. Chartz, salary 100.00 W. T. King, salary 75.00 R C. Savage, salary 75.00 Mrs. John McGillis. salary 100.00 I Dr. S. S. Tarrett Co. nhvsician.. 50.00 Miss Joe Sullivan, who is visiting Dr. S. S. Jarrett, cash adv. 6.00 Miss Emma Saul, leaves this eveninz John Rubke, supplies Co. Hos.-.. 6.60 f, .ur. ., ' E. J. Walsh, supplies Co. Hos. 95.25 mer school. Miss Sullivan was former. : Uete & Leary, shoing horse 3.50 jy employed as teacner at tne urpnans chas. Fulstone, supplies Co. Hos. 14.15 Home, but for the past few years has ! Michael Farrel, salary janitor.... William Catton, salary engineer n teaching in the southern part of the state. HUSBAND WINS CASE Dr. S. S. Jarrett, clerk Bd H'lth Keubcl Pruett. typing Daniel E. Morton, cash adv. Carson Water Co.-. Carson City News Nev. Con. Tel. & Tel. Co Comstock M. & M. Co., rent Western Union Tel. Co. T. R. G. E. Co. 80.00 15.00 25.00 10.50 11.00 7.50 21.00 6.60 40.00 222 Judge Langan this afternoon award ed a decree of divorce to the husband ?n the Rosenberg case, which has been up before him the past two days. Mrs. RnsenWcr ua tV nlaintiff in tti imt. i Gray, Reid, Wright Co. .65 tat .heiudg, !-r;" L0,o:3,S: cross f ompiaint presented by the deten- i j. H. Stern, assessment roll 75.00 dant. , E. J. Walsh, sup. Co. bldg 1.50 ; The custodv of the three rhilHrpn wa A. G. Meyers, nails 10 ".given to the father. CHILDREN CASED FOR Will care for children whose parents want to go on vacation. MRS. J. S. ULRICK, jl2-tf 502 N. Nevada Street. ittlY Mb cloudy, or partly cloudy . days in the early Summer, are ideal dayi " for painting. No glaring sun to confuse the sight one sees exact- ly what he Is doing, and can put I on a coat of color just right nei- ther to heavy nor too light. See 1 ing all imperfections, they may at ' once be corrected. With no dust C flying, a surface smooth as ivory ' may be made. Is it worth while to wait long Nev. Tel. Supply & Con. Co.. oil 25 Morton & Quill, crushing rock....l,677.76 Daniel E. Morton, cash adv. 525 Lincoln Highway Garage, labor.. 9.00 A. L. Young Mch. Co., supplies.... 114.03 V. & T. Railway Co rock crsher 86.80 C. G. Sellman Const. Co., 85 per cent of contract. Co. bldg , 4,153.15 STATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF ORMSBY. I, Daniel E. Morton, county clerk of Ormsby county, state of Nevada, and ex-officio clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, in and for the county of Ormsby, state of Nevada, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the original claims! I .11 -A v.. .u. d i r . . ' Commissioners this day, which now re ; mains of record in my office in Carson i City, in said county. In testimony whereof, . I have here unto set my hand and affixed my offi cial seal, at Carson City, in said county and state, this 5th day of June, A. D, 1920. DANIEL E. MORTON. Clerk. Ly J- W. Legate, Deputy Clerk. disease or left the country. Other thousands have gone into other indus tries or ceased work altogether for the more lucrative vocation of being a member of the "Red army." The will to work, investigators report is conspicuously absent among the for mer laborers. Their limited taste of a Communist Ut0Pia has merely served to whet their appetites for more leisure. Lenine, Trotsky and Company have at last realized the boomerang effect of certain of their doctrines and have tak en decisive steps to remedy the situation. The "industrial army"was their re ply. What its success might have been no one ventures an opinion. Unfortu nately, the Polish offensive forced their immediate re-transference into fighting units again.4' ' That Great Britain, Italy and even France are very desirous of opening up trade with Russia is unquestioned. Europe at large desperately needs grain and foodstuffs. Where it comes from is of (no great moment. The reported under-acreage and poor crop prospects in America has only served to accentu ate the situation. Already breadstuffs have taken unprecedented increases here. France and Italy are almost certain to be on ration again this winter. Of Ger many, no one in the Entente countries except the statesmen give a thought. But even there conditions are bound to be worse than in Entente countries. Consequently the Allies are as anxious to put Russia to work as her proletar iat rulers themselves appear to be. But even though Russia produces, they are again confronted with the task of getting the grain to the seaboard, What the outcome will be,- nobody have to overcome before her immense I knows. The hopelessness of the out transportation system can be re-estab-, look has driven more than one govern- .. ... i .- . fir' i . . j nsnea is tne training ana recruiting oi.mem oniciai imo aespair a large force of railway employes who have the interest of the roads at heart. Since the war, the personnel of the rail ways, never much to speak about, has deteriorated rapidly. Thousands of the The most deplorable development. from the European economic viewpoint of the present year thus far, is the Polish-Ukrainian offensive against the Bolsheviks. best mechanics have been killed, died of j Ukrainia, the breadbasket of Russia J .-1 r r ' ana central curope, is iacmg a CHAMBERMAID WANTED Apply immediately to the Arlington hotel. jl-tf INSURANCE ANNUAL STATE. MENT Of the Hartford Accident & Indemni ty Co., Hartford, Connecticut, for the Year Ending December 31, 1919: sum mer and autumn of guerilla, if not major, warfare. Cultivation of her im measurably rich lowlands and uplands even now has become a myth. The spring planting season is half over and the fields are being utilized as battle grounds rather than grain production. 'Most of the parliamentary opposition to Britain's "indefinite" attitude to wards the Polish offensive is based up- Paid-up capital .$1. 000,000.00 , .ro,s? ssets : ;- 'Vx' x; on economic necessity rather than love Liabilities, except capital 7,130,89225 . , ... p. , , c.:-- Net surplus 2262,598.67 Income Premiums $8,042,640.55 Other sources 446,015.02 Total income, 1919 $8.4&655.57 Expenditures Paid policy holders 2,75225571 Dividends None Other expenditures 3,358,787.52 Read the Appeal for the latest in 1 the Daily Appeal. Telegraphic news '. world events. TRY THIS FOR RUPTURE er; or better to come today and New Invention Sent On 30 DaysTriai buy Some of those Odd lots of, Without Expense to You bimply send me your name and I will standard paints, at only 4.60 PER GALLON Ed. Jl Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service by Mail. send you my new. copyrighted rupture book and measurement blank. When you return the . blank I will send you my new invention -for rupture. When it arrives put it on and wear it Put it to every test you can think of. The harder the test the better you will like it. You will wonder how you ever got along with the old style cruel sorine trusses or belts with leg straps of tor- ttur. Ybtfr own good, c6mmon sense and ypuf own doctor-wilf tell you it is the , ohly way in which you can ever expect a cure. After wearing it 30 days, if it is not entirely satisfactory in every way if it is not easy and com fortable If .you . cannot actually see your rupture getting better, and if not convinced that a cure is merely a ques tion of time, just return it and you are out nothing. - Any rupture appliance sent on 30 days' trial without expense to you is worth a trial.' Tell your ruo- turoA. friends of this. EASYHOLD J uu, tow Kocn JBIdg, Kansas City, Mo. Total expenditures, 1919 $6,1 11,04323 Business, 1919 Risks written $ Premiums thereon 8,042,640.55 Losses incurred 3,611,108.00 Nevada Business Amount of risks written $ Premiums received Losses paid . Losses incurred Amount of policies in force December 31, 1919. J. COLLINS, Lee, lw Secretary. for either Poland or the Soviets. Gen erally speaking, British labor is not nearly as "utopian" as painted by lead ers in the house of commons. But it is concerned over whether it is to buy bread from the United States at an ad verse rate of exchange or from Russia at a favorable one. The "vicious cycle" of increased wages followed by increas ed costs of living has begun to pene trate into the consciousness of the con sumer. What he now wants is a way out. Until the dispute between the Ukrain ians and the Soviets has been settled, and Poland has retired to her legitimate INSURANCE ANNUAL STATE MENT Of the Beneficial Life Ins. Co., Salt Lake City, Utah, for the Year Ending December 31, 1919: 3,657.38 10.910.00 i ie .v,: v ,.- v.iii3cvuiilijr, ivusMdll ii auc, A llien Will take months to get under way after po litical complications have been removed, waits through seemingly unending per iods of incerasing political delays. Succinctly the beginning is not yet in sight Capital (deposited) Assets 200,000.00 2,90120426 Liabilities, exclusive of can ital and net surplus 2,571,833.62 Income Premiums $ 790,134.94 Other sources 180,379.79 Total income, 1919 4 970,514.73 Expenditures Losses J$ 263268.03 Dividends 20,96851 Other expenditures 305,66373 Total expenditures, 1919 .$ 589,900.57 Life Insurance Business, 1919 Risks written ... .$5,906,717.00 Premiums thereon 175,472.14 Losses incurred on new risks 13250.00 Nevada Business Risks written None Premiums received, renewals..? 5,747.08 Losses paid None Losses incurred None AXEL. M. C OHLSON. j2-2w Secretary. 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Inquire this office. jl4-lw Popular Prices and Service Are the Demands of the Day THAT'S WHY Hotel Sutter SAN FRANCISCO is patronised by the discriminating Haaagemeat George barren Hooper GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO - nr- ' Carson City Theatre D. M . LEONARD, Manager Tonight's Attractions Boy Scouts' Met SW Fannie Ward IN The Ciy of the Weak' -ADDED ATTRACTION! A Harold Lloyd Comedy And "The Adventures of Ruth" TWO SHOWS ADMISSION . 7 and 9 o'clock .10 and 25 Cents (Including War Tax) BROKEN HILLS Silver Corporation Circular on Request FIDELITY FINANCE & FUNDING CO. RENO NEVADA COMING EVENTS June 18 Sagebrush club. Shirt sleeve dance. Special music Function strictly informal. Open to the public by invitation. ... June 21 Women's Auxiliary unit will hold social meeting. June 23 The members of St. Theresa's church will hold their annual lawn party on Wednesday evening, June 23d. June 24 Sagebrush club. Last regular ladies night before summer recess. I AM SELLING Everything I HAVE IN STOCK AT f Gost Prices ! FOR CASH ONLY gee nma Latest telegraphic news in the Appeal FRUIT SEASON Strawberries arriving daily. Cherries soon. Candies and ice cream. DIGNON'S Phone 501 WILL SOON CLOSE The Dayold chick season will soon close. I wish to thank my Carson City friends for their generous patronage. ENOCH CREWS, j3 Seabnght, Calif. HOMER MOONBT Attorney at Law Carson Valley Bank Building Phone Res 511 Hours 8 to 10 a. nL, 5 to 7 p. m. DR. 0. R. VON RADESKT Physician and Surgeon Office : East Second St, near Carson St Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8 CARSON CITY NEVADA WARREN E. BALDY Attorney at Law Office: Carson Valley Bank B1fg CARSON CITY NEVADA See Bat Express' woric t ij kinds, trunk and baggage hauled to and fro re 4.epot Bath. Phone f4L i22-tf FOB RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms for rent. ; Inquire 304 South Minnesota street ; j8-lw "Men may come and sen may go," but with "Whis Gear-Life" your auto will go on forever. -MINERAL SERVICE STATION. Furniture Moved See Bath for the moving of all kinds of atticies, from valises to quarts mills. Phone 941. '. j$-tf See Bath For the movmg of furniture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 941. j6-tf Read the Appeal tor the latest hat- penings, both at home and abroad.