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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921 my !- t-Vk . c - TT 0 w W I i : i... J i:t::mr.::. v.:: :: .. ..... f - f V - - 3::.::::::;; m::mt:ui:;:j Water! Water! t for your Battery Water is as necessary to battery life as it is to plant life. The water should be pure and it should be put into the battery regularly, at least once every two weeks. You can easily put this water in, but we will gladly do it if you prefer. We are also equipped to recharge and repair bat teries. We carry a com plete line of Willard bat tery parts, rental batteries and Willard Threaded Rub ber Batteries. Ask us how Willard Threaded Rubber Insula tion puts an end to the separator replacement ex pense caused by warped, cracked, punctured and car bonized wood separators. Carson Electric Shop Opposite Arlington Hotel r People and llotes of Interest Stanley Tower and family of Berke- ey, Cant., are visiting at tne nome ot Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Bliss. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goode of San Francisco are visiting Mrs. Goode's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins. Miss Jessie Harris, who spent the Fourth at Elko with her parents, has returned to this citv. Mrg. Arthur Raycraft of Tonopah is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schulz, of this city. Governor Boyle, who mad-e a hurry- up trip to San Francisco, was among the arrivals this morning. Sam riatt, one of Reno's attorneys. came in this morning for a conference with his law partner, George Sanford. Joe Cavell, as a result of too much Fourth, is carrying his right arm around in a sling. He received some painful,- although not serious, burns. Leonard B. Fowler, attorney general, who was called to Reno on official bus iness, was among the incomers on the delaved train this morning. Tom Logan, a brother of Jim Logan, arrived from Hobart Mills this morn ing. Jim has been on the sick list the past week and his brother arrived to look after him. The Bureau of Mines car came in this morning from the east and was held in this city during the day. The mine car is on its semi-annual tour of the mining sections of the state. Mrs. Madge Raycraft will leave for Reno this -evening, where she will spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Henry. Rives, and then will go on to the coast for a couple of months stav. ALL ITALY TO PAY HONOR TO NOTED POET By United Pressl By Henny Wood, United Press staff correspondent. ROME, July 7. For the next three months all Italy will participate in various celebrations in honor of the six hundredth anniversary of the death of Dante, and which will culminate in especial celebrations during Septem ber. Rome, Florence and Ravenna, espec ially, have just announced their pro-! grams for September that are to mark the highest tribute which Italy can pay to her greatest poet. Weeks and even months before then various other celebrations will have taken place. Of the three cities that are to render especial homage to Dante in Septem ber, Ravenna will get her program started first on September 11th. On that clay will occur the inauguration of the new national tomb to Daut.e, and the consignment and dedication of the brome and silver wreaths offered by r.e Iu.han army; of the bells ottered by the v.u'.ous Italian municipalities anl finally of the bronze door of the tomb offered by the city 01 R me. On September 13th the celebration win !e resumed at rorence. j On September 19th, the Rome city council will rename one cf its leading streets '"Via Dante Alig'iie' n" and will make the formal presentation of the bronze door to the tomb of Dante at Ravenna, which will be donated by the City of Rome. Remembrance will ?!so be made of the fact that Rome partici pated with the other Italian communi ties in the casting of the chimes fordie new Dante tomb. on . LARGEST STILL IN STATE FOUND NEAR TONOPAH ASrUNSI 1YJTEK VURIFIEB Nature's Medicine Two teaspoonsfu! in water three times a day makes you feel better ! makes you eat better! makes you sleep better! makes you work better! It is called Nature's Medicine because it is pure- . ly vegetable and is composed of the most bene ficial roots, herbs and barks known to science. f Over 20,000,000 bottles sold in six years 3, WfflfflM Batteries 1 "JTbvTSmIiIiHCI rnr 5i:::::::HI :::u;;i:;p To Install Phones The Western Pacific railroad is In stalling a system of telephone: along its right of wav. Orders of ill kinds will in the near future be dclicred by phone instead of telegraph. 00 CELEBRATION CONTINUED BUILDING NEW HOME The Fourth of July committee will continue the operation of the merry-go- round Saturday and Sunday nights, to gether with a couple of the wheels for the disposition of some of the cut glass and candies and peanuts left over frsm the celebration. In the big lot south of the depot. oo CHILDREN BEAT UNCLE SAM a Cup of Cocoa on a Summer Morning ing aids a good beginning of the day.' Or you may add a little more sugar and call it CHOCOLATE. Under any name, it is a luxury; but, unlike most luxuries, it is also a valuable, healthy food. And remember, I am still sell ing COCOA Genuine Lipton's Bulk Cocoa at only 25c the pound. By United Press NEW YORK, July 7. Here's how New York youngsters were making 2.500 per cent profit on investments of 1 cent. They placed pennies on street car tracks and dropped the flattened coins into stamp vending machines, get ting a. quarter's worth each time. The scheme was broken up when a policeman arrested four, ranging in age from 10 to 12 years. oo PICTURE BRIDE DISILLUSIONED A still with a capacity of 1.000 gal lons per month has been found and dis mantled by members of the state police force and federal officers. The outfit was situated on top of a mountain about forty miles south of Tonopah. The value of the plant is estimated at $6,000. Several barrels of finished whiskey were found and it is believed that this has been the source of most of the moonshine from Southern Nevada. The three stills had a capacity of 160 gallons every seventy-two hours. No arrests were made as the parties evidently had warning of the approach of the officers. Harold Vaughan is building a new seven-room residence on his property in the western section of this city. He first planned repairs to the old home, but on investigation found that a new house would be more satisfactory and up to date. Contracts have been let for the house and Bert Lindsey is on the job. The site is one of the best in that section of the city and with this build ing erected it will add materially to the appearance of the neighborhood. NAVY STANDS OUT AS BEST OF '21 CREWS SHIPPING LAMBS Ed. J. Walsh Bv United Press SAC RAM EN TO, July 7. The disil lusioned ending of a picture bride's ro mance was revealed here when Mrs. Toyo Komuro filed a suit for divorce from her husband, S. Komuro. Mrs. Komuro's complaint tells the story of her martial relations from the day she met her husband, whom she had never seen before, at the immigra tion station in San Francisco until February of last year, when her hus band told her "to get out in the fields and earn a living." Mrs. Komuro alleges that her hus band drove her from her home "so that he could marry a woman who would work and bear children who. could work later." lust Received 1 A nice line of Organdies, Silk Stripe Voiles, Galateas, Pongees, Cretonnes, Ginghams, White Serges and China Silks. GEE H1NG i By United Press By Henry L. Farrell, United Press staff correspondent. NEW YORK, July 7. The great eight of the United States Naval Acad emy stands out not only as the cham pion rowing crew of 1921, hut one of the greatest crews that has ever been developed in America. Navy won the intercollegiate title at Poughkeepsie by defeating some of the finest crews that ever rowed in the Hudson classic. The middies were never pressed. Princeton is making a claim for the j title. The Tigers without doubt had j the best crew in the history of the Nas sau university and a realty great eight. But as Coach Spath's squad did not compete at Poughkeepsie. the only claim Princeton can make is fur the best sprinting crew of the year. One of the greatest surprises of the season was the downfall of Columbia. LITTLE BELGIUM ALSO HAS RAILWAY TROUBLES J i The New York university up until their Between the Union Land and Live stock company and the Dangberg peo ple the local railroad is being kept on the hustle. Two train loads of Ne-1 vada fatted lambs have been- sent to eastern markets and others are to fol low. The grass-fatted lambs of this sec tion have always demanded top notch price and the western Nevada sheep men are making early delivery of mark etable products. As a rule the movement of sheep east and west is considerably later in the season. The stock men. like the rest of the industries, evidently need the monev. DICK IS KICKING Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City, Nevada , Efficient Service by MaiL T PLUMBING Ed Curran is prepared to do plumb ing, all kinds of repair work, soldering, radiator work, etc. Orders promptly filled and charges right. Phone 485. - j22-tf TOO LATE Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking GOLD MEDAL Dick Smith, the truck driver of the Virginia and Truckee . is out with a large kick. He states that in all the i write-ups ot the grand and glorious Fourth he received no mention. It was Dick who conceived the idea of converting the truck into the motor car float and he with Fred Smith ot the pattern shop did all the designing work and frills that made the first prize float of the Fourth. Dick is petfectly willing that the Vir ginia and Truckee receive the award, but he certainly is entitled to the credit for the conception work and decora tions that made the float the winner of the day. , oo SETTLES THE SUIT AT FARRELL'S New Ice Cream Parlors Ch ism's famous ice cream, all flavors, received every day. Fresh confection ery always on hand, also cigars and tobacco. Your patronage solicited and excellent servic rendered. j23-tf The) world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troublas the National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggist. Look for tha aun CoU Medal on avcrr baa TENT FOR SALE Eight by ten tent, with poles com plete, at a great bargain. In good condition. Apply Gray, Reid, Wright Co. jl-tf AMERICAN LAUNDRY CO. Formerly Carson-Reno Laundry , The suit pending over the payment of taxes by the Southern Pacific company in Humboldt company, which has tied up a considerable amount of money due the state, has been settled and the company has agreed to pay on the 1920 basis. Both the county and state beard were present and Attorney General Fowler represented the state's interests. The settlement at this time makes available money that is needed by both state and county. The compromise was effected after an all day's session of the parties concerned. When Grandmother Was a Girl HOOP skirts were worn by those who first asked the druggist for, and insisted on baring, the genuine Golden Medical Discovery put up by Dr. Pierce over 50 year ago. Dress has changed very much since then! But Dr. Pierce's medicines contain the same dependable ingredients. They are standard today just as they were fifty yo&rs ago and never contained alcohol. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the stomach and blood cannot be surpassed by any tonic and alterative today. When you feel "all out of sorts" your vitality at a low ebb the blood becomes surcharged with poisons! The best tonic is called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. Dr. Pierce manufactured this "Discovery" from roots and barks without alcohol a cor rective remedy, the ingredients of which nature put in the fields and forests for keeping us healthy. It puts vim, vigor, vitality into the blood. Try it. All druggists. Liquid or tablets. last race in the Poughkeepsie regatta was the favorite for the championship, but finished last behind Pennsylvania and Svracrusc, two crews thtumht to have been entirely out of it. ! California had a wonderful crew. The Pacific coast eight, after being defeat ed by Princeton in a mile and three quarters race, was voted out as a con tender by most of the experts. How ever, the writer predicted after that race that the winner of the Poughkeep sie regatta would have to beat Cali fornia, and it so happened. Yale and Harvard both had a very disappointing season. Harvard failed to win a race and Vale bad only one victory, but that over Harvard was all that the Elis wanted. Vale took par ticular pride in that victory after all the uncomplimentary things said about the crew by the deposed Knglish coach. Guv Nickalls. iriy United Tressl BRUSSELS, July 7. Remarkable strides have been made by Belgium in the restoration of its railways. When the Germans evacuated the country, it was found that they had de stroyed 1,419 bridges and tunnels, dam aged 194 stations, crippled 30 electric generating stations and 226 railway stores. Since the armiticc the Belgians have relaid 1,400 miles of railroad track and rebuilt 67 stations. Locomotives have been increased from 279 to 5,171, while freight trains running today exceed by 30 per cent those of the pre-war figure. At the armistice there were about 305 freight trucks on the road daily. At I the beginning of ibis year the daily average had grown to lti,o4 trucks. The Belgian state railway is today run ning a daily traffic of 1.800 passenger trains and about 1.950 freight trains. Fares have gone up threefold, freight rates the same, while the railway is los ing thousands of pounds every week. Subscribe for the Appeal. Man Disappears Herbert J. White of South Fork val ley, near Elko, left home on the Fourth of July and has not been seen since. A general search has been instituted in that section. Latest telegraphic news in the Appeal Underwood Typewriters Reno Office, 36 W. 2d St. Phone 492 THOS. HUSTON, Nevada Representative t Fresh Fruits and I V egetables FOR SALE WARRANT ISSUED Eight room house, six lots, out-buildings,, and two artesian wells. Inquire of Fred Wilder, north end Minnesota street. m21-lm FOR SALE Handsome coat and skirt; medium size; too small: Cost $50, sell for $25. Address "B", Appeal office. J23-lw FOR SALE Wood, Coal 8C Feed Yard When you want Coal that burns and leaves no clinkers Phone 1-5-1-1 We will supply your wants JOHN RUBKE CARSON, NEVADA ! ! ! i I Watermelons and Cante loupes in Carload Lots, Direct From Grow er to Consum er at f Carson Produce Market ! NEVADA 1 Arlington Hotel Block CARSON - - Furniture Moved For the moving ot furniture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc., phone 941. J28-tf All classes of laundry handled. None but white help employed. Try .us for silk shirts and soft collars. Actually done by hand. Phone Carson 1513. This morning F. E. Finn of Boston, Mass., arrived in this city with a req uisition W the transfer of Wright Webb, held at Elko for wife desertion in the state of Massachusetts. During the day the governor issued an executive warrant and Webb will be taken east by Finn. Job work that will stand the test at Uhe Appeal office. Seven room house and barn ; occupies full block of ground. Address S. C. Anderson, Carson City, Nev. m27,-lm See Bath Express work of all kinds, trunks and baggage hauled to and from de pot. Bath, phone 941. j28-tf World's news up to 3 p. Appeal. ra in the MEGAN I Ideal beach retort for refined people ol moderate means. Easily reached by train or auto. Jo fancy clothes needed. Aeommoilatlona to fit the purse. Quarters fully equipped for light housekeeping ; stores and parage on ground. Excellent, safe lathing beaoh. Make reservations now. Illustrated circular by return mail. DRUGS... KODAKS and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES FACE POWDER TOILET SOAP HASS CANDIES J. A. Muller FOR SALE Remington No. splendid condition. 449, Carson City. 10 typewriter; Address P. O. Box m21-tf The Appeal tor the latest telegraphic happenings here there and everywhere.