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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920
The Boy Scouts leave Monday for a two weeks' outing at Lake Tahoe. It will be a splendid experience for them. la IMiDtSs u J( in To the Editor Carson Appeal, Carson City, Nevada. Dear Sir: I feel quite sore that PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Morning Sunday school at 10 a. m. L: u :.. .,m:.: n ,- service at 11 o'clock. Mrs. A. A. Hardesty returned on the I9" uu T It x " H. H. McCREERY, Pastor. orning passenger from a several i " 1 , , . m rosi oi me American icgion, you wm do me the justice of publishing my re ply, morning passenger weeks' visit to the coast William Epstine left for San Fran. Cisco last evening, where he will be an interested spectator at the Democratic national convention. Ralph Burris, assistant secretary of state, and Mrs. Burris left last evening for San Francisco, where they will at tend the convention the coming week. Charles Cutts of Reno returned to the riverside city on last evening's train after a few hours spent with friends in this city. Tom Pickett, United States marshal, was an outgoing passenger last night, bound for San Francisco to attend the Democratic convention. Edward Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Patterson, who has been very ill with ptomaine poisoning, is re. ported better today. Mr. awl Mrs. George D. Smith and Mrs. Charles Kitzmeyer, left by auto this morning to spend convention week in San Francisco. Mrs. Madge Raycraft, who is attend ing summer school at the University of Nevada, is spending the week end at her home in this city. Joe Farnsworth, state printer, left by auto this morning for San Francisco to join the Nevada Democrats at the convention. E. N. Fletcher, secretary of the tax commission, is confined to his home with indisposition, the result of a bad cold and overwork. Dr. Donald Maclean, George A. Cole and W. J. Maxwell will leave this even, ing for a week in the convention city. They will travel by auto via the lake and Placerville and expect to reach their destination by early morning. Attorney General Fowler leaves this evening for a month's vacation. The first week he will spend in San Fran cisco in attendance at the Democratic convention, then he will go to Adams Springs. Georee A. Montrose, attorney of Gardnerville autoed to this city yester-! day to attend to a case in court. He was accompanied by Mrs. Montrose, who will spend two or three days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schulz. Mrs. P. B. Ellis, who has been visit ing her daughter in New York and for the past wek attending the biennial of the Federation of Women's Club held in Des Moines, Iowa, is on her way and will arrive in Carson either tomor row or Monday. Earl Burlington and two California friends arrived by auto yesterday after noon and this afternoon left for Reno bound for home. Earl is an old time Sundav school at 10 o'clock. Morning service. 11 to 1Z. fcpworth League o:. Annsrentlv. it is not eenerallv known 1 Evenine service. 7 :3U. ; -KVA tW fart, rxt word in the J- CUlvL,lIS&, rastor. courts ' and prisons . throughout the country show that nearly 2,000 political METHODIST CHURCH REPORT BOY SCOUT BENEFITS Grand Theater Gross receipts, $39.50 and $25.00$64.50 Donation by W. S. Ballard 3.52 Total : Expenses, film, organist, operator, janitor, exp...$50.78 War tax 774 Total expenses $68.02 58.82 Net .$ 9.50 ST. PETER'S CHURCH r : c l rti-.. . prisoners and conscientious objectors Ho,y Communion g af m. Sunday school are now serving jan sentences aggrc- in , m the last session until tan gating , 25,000 years. Most of these 1 Holy Communinon and sermon and pre prisoners were convicted for the mere sentation of prize to scholar with hign . ri. i r I est awenuaiicc ictuiu, n . m. expression oi opinion. x uc i uici s ui i r o Eurooean countries, including Ger. ' I . w many, released such prisoners when the I LuTHEKAH tHUKttt war emergency was over, immediately Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock following the armistice. Free Amen- I Lutheran divine services will be held at i i. ,n.n.cv I Odd Fellows' hall. The sermon will Lll aiUlIt lias L. U3VU Biiwim-jij . . . e . The executive council of the Ameri- "e" tne suojec ox no y ange.s xou can Federation of Labor In its report j The Sunday school and confirmation to the international convention in ses- class meets immediately after the close sion last week in Montreal says that J of the services. " manv of those still in nrisnn have Sat- FREDERICK H. MENZEL, Pastor isfied justice and should be released. I CATHOLIC CHURCH The report states Carson City Theater Gross receipts, $28.50 and $7.50 Net to Scouts $20.00 Tickets sold at stores 1.50 Total net receipts $31.00 General Expenses Appeal, printing tickets $7.00 News, 3 sets hand bills 6.00 Advertising free MIMIIMHIMIMIMIIIMMMMMMMMMU RE-LINE YOUR BRAKES I ' : ; : It will save an accident - - perhaps Tf JriTi? ' :: death to those riding in the car. At 1UY' : : "We see no cause to be served by de- Fifth Sunday after Pentecost Mass at 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. Benedic- taining further those whose violation tion Df the Blessed Sacrament after . . , 1, r j i l a 1 f . tf ot the epionage law was Dy speecn or i secona mass, ounaay scnooi ai iu .ju nrriti'no- in the e-rnreecinn of views Tt a. m. Wo evening Services. KegUlar 1 1.1.. x: f .u ai. is not democratic to inflict continued ... in I win lie i in viic udiisu nan vii punisnmem ior tne mere saxe oi pun- Thursday next at 8 p. m. ishing. We believe the welfare of our THOMAS E. HORGAN, Pastor country and the nobility of our institu tions call upon us to urge the release of thoe nolitiral nriconer held for the At the regular meeting of the Chris- - -- i' r I . . - . . . AJ, expression of views and whose deten- at llo'clock the tion has already satisfied the ends of suhject 0f the lesson-sermon will be CHRISTIAN SCIENCE $13.00 Net to Boy Scout fund l...$18.00 We wish to express our thanks to the managements of both theaters for j public who patronized them. C. S. MOOK. Scoutmaster, TROOP NO. 1, CARSON CITY BOY SCOUTS. WAVE OF CRIME justice and the safety of our republic, All American presidents, from Wash ington down to McKinley, when the Christian Science." Sunday school at 10 o'clock for all under the age of 20. Wednesday evening meet- ... ings. vi men inciuae testimonies oi war emergency was over, have issued h lin e throueh Christian Science are at proclamations for the release of politi- j 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is ex cal prisoners, and President Wilson tended to all to attend the meetings. should in the name of the constitution r.rcc , "b"1" ; aiso dooks irom me and humanity do no less. Every 1776 per cent American, every member of the American Legion, who has thrilled to President Lincoln's second inaugur al delivered at the close of the Civil ! war, has now the opportunity of mak ing a sincere and practical application of his words, which will endure as long as the English language: With malice toward none; with Charity for all ; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to finish the work we are in ; to bind up the nation s wounds ; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan; to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves, and with all nations." President Lincoln's purpose was to grant amnesty to all war offenders, even to those who had taken up arms against the republic. Today the Amer can Federation of Labor, the World War Veterans, the National Citizens' Amnesty Committee, the Socialist par circulating library may be obtained. 00 THE APPEAL'S SPECIAL CONVENTION SERVICE A wave of burglary, pettv thievery and bold daylight stealing of the con tents of unoccupied houses has been going on in Goldfield for several months. The last two victims were the Elks' club and the Rexall store. The club was entered through a window that was reached over the top of an adjoining building, and $5 in cash, cigarettes, candy and other articles ! T were taken. At the Rexal store a door was chopped I through with an axe, the thieves taking T hange from the cash register, a watch ana a numDer ot articles trom tne snow cases. Bonanza. AGENTS During the holding of the Democrat ic convention in San Francisco the coming week the Appeal will be in re ceipt daily of not only its regular United Press telegraphic report, but will receive flashes and bulletins as fast as anything of importance transpires. In addition to its telegraph service this paper will also have a special rep resentative present at the convention in the person of George A. Cole, who, by reason of the courtesy extended the Appeal by the senate press bureau, will have a scat in the press gallery and be in position to get on to developments as fast as they break. He will also have access to the telegraph sen-ice in stalled in the convention hall and be able to shoot his stuff out as fast as electricity can carry it. Watch for the Appeal all of next week. ' Carsonite and a brother of Henry and representatives of the American Arthur Burlington." This is his first trip to the old home town since he saw service at the front in France. Congressmen - at Fallon Twenty-five members of the national congressional appropriations committee visited Fallon this morning, They ar rived at Hazen and were transferred to a special train to carry them to Fallon, where they inspected irrigation projects. m DAYS cloudy, or partly cloudy days in the early Summer, are ideal days for painting. No glaring sun to confuse the sight one sees exact ly what he is doing, and can put Bar Association, liberal men and wom en throughout the country are asking President Wilson to grant amnesty only to those imprisoned for their opinions. I stand for the release of all men and women imprisoned for the mere ex pression of opinion. The United States constitution guarantees the civil, liber ties of the people, including freedom of speech and opinion. Our government was founded on these essential rights. The members of the American Legion have sworn to maintain and defend the constitution. Will the Reno Post con tinue to oppose me because I defend it ? As men of courage and honor the only way to clear their record of their un just attack upon me is to rescind their resolutions against me as publicly as they adopted them. Very truly yours, ANNE MARTIN. TO THE SHAME OF THE . STATE'S DEMOCRACY PAROLE EXTENDED The parole of Frank Rhoden, con victed on a charge of perjury in his di I vorce case held in Reno, was extended On a COat Of Color just right nei- by t,ie oi Pardons and parole ther tO heavy nor tOO light. See- commissiners at a meeting neia yes- ing all imperfections, they may at terdav until the regular November once be corrected. With no dust , meeting of the board- flying, a surface Smooth as ivory ' J.hn Stover sentenced to the peni may be made. t?nt'ar3r f rom Washoe county for see ls it WOrth While to wait long- ond degree burglary, . was granted a er: or better to coma tAd&v Mirf.Paro,e' elective when promised trans buv some of those odd lota of Portation from his relatives is guaran- standard paints, at only k60 PER GALLON 4. Ed. JJValsh Groceries, Hardware. Paints, Oil," Etc, Etc. on City, Nevada fcziua. teed. Stover was paroled because of illness. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice of Special Stockholders' Meet ing of Knickerbocker-Nevada Mining Company. To the Stockholders of Knickerbocker Nevada Mining Company: Notice is hereby given that a special stockholders' meeting of Knickerbocker-Nevada Mining company will be held at the office of the company, 806 North Carson street, Carson City, Ne vada, on Monday the 12th day of July, 1920, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon to act upon the proposal to sell all of the company's property and assets, includ ing mines, machinery and equipment. By order of the Board of Directois. , E. B. YERINGTON, Secretary of Knickerbocker-Nevada Mining Company. Date of first publication, June 25, 1920. ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters for the following persons I were advertised at tne Carson City postoffice, June 26, 1920: Mrs. E. A Williams, Mrs. Ellia Brown, Miss Alice Andrews, Miss Irma Sullivan, Prof. S. D. Erwine (2), Mr. Luis Lyan. B, B. KARNS, Postmaster. 03 27 Specials Pass Elko Yesterday and last night twenty- seven special trains passed over the two railroads for San Francisco carrying the delegates to the national Democrat ic convention which opens next Mon day. Free Press. 111 rag. m 1 1 n Vulcanized under internal pressure to in sure even cord strain distribu tion. And locked firmly to the rim by four unstretchable Steel cables, tEDERAli RdTires DOUBLE CABLE BASE ..F ORBS. We specialize in overhauling and repairing them We have a iii Machine Shop equipped with all modern ma chinery to do Auto Repair Work and ex pert mechanics to do it. Red Arrow Garage and Auto Company PHONE 151 Geo. A. Cole, President T. L. Hawkias, Sec-Treat. CAESON CITY, NEVADA - It is a significant fact that nearly every one of Nevada's prominent Dem ocratic state officers who will be pres ent at the national convention at San Francisco will have seats through the courtesy of sources outside the state central committee and the national committeeman. It is a lasting shame that such a condition exists, but it is a fact nevertheless. The state committee and the national committeeman had quite a number of convention tickets at their disposal, but these were distrib uted only among the immediate fol lowers of Kunz and his gang, just as were most of the tickets at the time President Wilson visited the state and made his address at Reno. However, prominent Nevada Demo crats will be at the convention in plen ty and have seats in the auditorium, but as stated, through courtesies ex tended from the outside. Homer Mooney, secretary to Govern or Boyle, will be there and have a seat sent to him from Chicago; Attorney General Fowler will also hold a ticket received from Chicago ; Governor Boyle, if he is present, must get his ticket from the outside; Senator Hen derson has one secured in the east; Senator Pittman will probably hold the proxy of Mrs. William Woodburn, and George A. Cole, state controller, will have his through courtesies extended the Appeal. Many other prominent Ne vada Democrats, including George Thatcher, Gilbert Ross, and Charley Stout, will be present and have seats, but not through any favor of the state committee. However, Kunz's gang will be there in' shining colors. Notice to StaetoMers Goldfield Merger Mines Co. Reorganized Atlanta Mines Co. Reorganized Blue Bull Mining Co. C. O. D. Consolidated Mines Co. Goldfield Combination Mining Co. Milltown Mining Co. Please communicate immediate ly with the undersigned Secre tary in order that you may be ad vised of the plan of merging the above companies into the Gold field Deep Mines Company. Please state number of shares you own. H. G. McMAHON, Secretary, jlSMw Goldfield, Nev. COMING EVENTS July 18. Sagebrush Club, picnic and excursion around Lake Tahoe. FOR RENT Good house of seven rooms and bath, partly furnished, good location, $20 a month. Inquire at this office. j'24-lw Read the Appeal for the latest hap penings, both at home and abroad. TRY THIS FOR RUPTURE New Invention Sent On 30 DaysTrial Without Expense to Yon Simply send me your name and I will 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. 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MENT Of the Hartford Accident & Indemni ty Co., Hartford, Connecticut, for the Year Ending December 31, 1919: Paid-up capital Gross assets Liabilities, except capital Net surplus Premiums Other sources Income $1 ,000,000.00 9,659,768.89 7,130,892.25 . 262,598.67 $8.042,640.55 . 446,015.02 BROKEN HILLS Silver Corporation Circular on Request FIDELITY FINANCE & FUNDING CO. RENO NEVADA Automobiles CHEVROLET CHALMERS . $936.20 ' $2,245 MAXWELL $1,350 la addition to the above pas senger cars we have a lig line of light delivery cars and trucks. Also used cars for sale. Get your order in early. Cash or terms. Itel Sernce Station Agency FIRESTONE TIRES & TUBES "More Miles Per Dollar" ouxoya una ouu iucq j teed 6,000 Miles, $18.00 Expenditures Paid policy holders Dividends 'MM I ton & PMpps I Plumbers !SJ Tinners Cooking, Heating and Gas Stoves On Hand CARSON STREET,. Nut to Capital Gang ' 'PHONE 436 ? Other expenditures 275225571 None city. 3,358,787. WANTED AT ONCE Baby push cart Phone 215, Total expenditures, 1919 .$6,111,04323 Business, 1919 Risks written $ Premiums thereon 8,042,640.55 Losses incurred 3,611,108.00 Nevada Business Amount of risks written $ Premiums received I Losses paid Total income, 1919 $8,4S,o55.57 Losses incurred Amount of policies in force December 31, 1919. J. COLLINS, Le 3,657 J8 10,910.00 10,910.00 this j22- See Bata For the movmg of furniture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 94L 6-tf CHILDREN CASED F02 Will rarr fnr rhilrirm twu mm.,!.. - ...w fytmu wain iu gv vu iMduun, Y MRS. J. SUULRICK, j!2-tf jtCKmda Street Subscribe for the Appeal.