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CARSOX CITY DAILY APPEAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921 , People and lot of Interest Judge and Mrs. Frank Langan auto ed through this city this morning on their way to Minden. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Daugherty, who have lxren spend a couple of weeks in California, were arrivals on the morn ing train. "Buddy" Burk, who is teaching in Nye county, is spending Thanksgiving week with his parents in this city. Billy Ligon left for Tonopah yester day driving his new automobile to the southern mining camp. William Carter, student at the Uni versity of Nevada, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with relatives in this city. oo Poor Hunting Parties recently returning from the Carson sink section report poor hunt ing. The birds have not come from . the north in their usual numbers. Moving Goldfield The new town of Royston seems like ly to absorb many of the vacant build ings of Goldfield. number of cabins have been moved bodily on trucks to the new diggings, and more are to be set up. For a time Tonopah took over a lot of loose houses left from the Goldfield boom. Killed In Mine Bernard Hayes, foreman of the Elko Prince mine at Gold Circle, was almost instantly killed when he fell 150 feet in the shaft. While crossing over old works a rotten beam gave way and he feel to the bottom of the shaft. Hayes leaves a wife and two small children. Qnestion of Values The reported strike of platinum near Winnemucca has started considerable investigation. Recent assays from the ledge formation failed to give the tests as first stated. Closer analysis is to be given the ores and a thorough in vestigation made. oo Rooming House Destroyed The I. H. Turpin rooming house at Fallon was completely destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. The building had long been considered a menace and will not be rebuilt. Five hundercd dol lars insurance was carried on the prop erty. Shipping to Phonolite Ore from the Broken Hills property is now being shipped to Phonolite, where it will be treated in the Bruner mill. Trucks have been secured and will move fifteen tons a day of the best grade rock for treatment. AT THE CHURCHES METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a. m. No morn ing service as the paster will conduct services in Reno. Evening service will be in charge of the Epworth League. THOS. W. BATEMAN, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH First Sunday in Advent Mass at 10:30 a. m. Eenediction immediately after mass. Sunday school at 11:30 a. m. No evening services. The annual collection for the orphans of the dio cese will be taken up on this occasion. Dailv morning mass at 8 a. m. THOMAS E. HORGAN, Pastor. 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: "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced." Sunday school is at JU oclock tor all under the age of 20. Wednesday evening meet ings, which include testimonies of heal ing through Christian Science, are at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to attend these meetings. Free literature; also books from the circu lating library may be obtained. ii s You don't throw your body away when you are ill. You tel ephone the doctor and he prescribes the remedy. The same reasoning should aryply to your electric appliances. Telephone our electrical repair shop, to prescribe for the appliance which is out of sorts. Our expert repair men know how to give a vacuum cleaner, a toaster, a chaffing dish and other electrical devices a new lease of life. CARSON ELECTRIC 1 P. H. HEIDEN M t Fallon Hunting Case Up for The following letter from Senator Pittman to M. B. Johnson is self-explanatory: "Washington, Nov. 21, 1921. "Mr. M. B. Johnson, President Green head Hunting Club, Fallon, Nevada. "My Dear Mr. Johnson : A friend of mine sent me a copy of a circular let ter that is apparently being sent out by you protesting against the passage of the bill authorizing the department of the interior to convey the commuunity pasture in the Newlands project to the Truckee-Carson irrigation district un less there is placed in the bill an amendment reserving to the Greenhead Huntin club the hunting rights upon the lands. "Several months ago I was informed that the hunting club and others had j been excluded from hunting on the com munity pasture by reason of some al leged damage by some parties to the fence around the pasture. I immediate ly took the matter up with Arthur P. Davis, director of the reclamation ser vice, and he sent a telegram to Mr. Richardson, agent in charge, requesting him to permit hunting upon the pasture under such restrictions as would safe guard the property of the government and the stock being pastured thereon. Mr. Richardson consummated this ar rangement. I am simply mentioning this to show you that I am also sym pathetic with your desires, because I i I am myselt an ardent hunter when I get time to enjoy this sport, which, un- fortunately tor me, is very rare. "As I gathered from the public meet ing held in Fallon in September that the entrymen on the Newlands project desired a conveyance of the community pasture to the irrigation district, I have attempted to carry out their wishes bv the introduction of the bill. In the meantime, I presented the ter to the reclamation service and urg ed them to grai;t a lease pending the passage of the bill. This at the time I was encouraged to believe they would I do. "If and when the bill becomes a law, the Truckee-Carson irrigation district will own the land and the land will be under the control of the board of di rectors of the district. ISSUES PRCLAMATION Governor Boyle has issued a procla mation declaring the week of Decem ber 4th to 10th in Nevada as American Educational Week. The president has issued a proclama tion setting aside the same date for a like purpose, making it a nation-wide movement. a 3 H Wage Cut Posted Notices of the intention of the South ern Pacific company to reduce wages on January 1st have been posted in the yards at Sparks and are causing con siderable comment among railroad men. Committees representing the railroad men will confer with officials of the railroad in regard to the proposed wage reduction which involves all classes of labor. Move to New Temple The Masons of Sparks are busy this week moving their belongings to the new Masonic temple recently completed in the railroad town. It is expected that the temple will be dedicated on the night of December 30th. COMING EVENTS December 10. Christmas gift sale, by Methodist Ladies' Aid. phone 1223 M M H M M H M M M Consideration "The board of directors of the irri gation district will then have the right to grant the privilege of shooting with in the limits of the land, and I have not the slightest doubt that the mem bers of the Greenhead Hunting club, all of whom, I believe, are residents within the reclamation district and most of whom are either interested in or related to the families who control the district, will have no trouble in ob taining just as good a privilege as they now have. "If the Greenhead Hunting club is not satisfied to trust the matter to the district in the. .event the district ac quires title under my bill, I suggest that they call a public meeting and there thrash the matter out and agree on the character of the amendment that they desire added to my bill and I will take great pleasure in so amending the bill. You now only enjoy your hunt ing privileges at the sufferance of the reclamation service. There isn't any doubt that the reclamation service will terminate your privileges if requested-) so to do by the irrigation district. You are therefore under all circumstances at the mercy of the irrigation district. "I think it probably would have been the better course if you had done this or had written me more fully with re gard to the matter before circulating your protest. I have received nothing from the Greenhead Hunting club or anyone else with regard to this matter except your telegram asking me if the bill contained such a provision. "In the very nature of the thing, I would have some difficulty in convinc ing members of the congress who are not familiar with the situation that it is proper to convey this land to the district under any circumstances. There is danger that if such an amendment as vou suggest is added to the bill mat-'without the approval of the irrigation district that many congressmen will believe that the real purpose is to ob tain a sale of the land for hunting pur poses. If such a belief ever got into the minds of the majority of congress men the passage of the bill would be impossible. . "With kindest personal regards, I am. Sincerely, "KEY PITTMAN." Opens Up Lignite Vein A lignite vein, about ten miles from Elko, promises to do much to relieve the high price of coal. Five feet of a good grade lignite has been developed and samples taken to Elko burn with as good results as the Wyoming coal now supplied the people. Fifty-seven miles per gallon made with new patented gasoline vaporizer. Write for particulars. Stransky Vapor izer Co., Pukwana, S. D. Want to hear from owner having farm for sale ; give particulars and low est price. John J. Black, Nevada street, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. o29 Job work tbjtt will stand the test at the Appeal office. How to win in California i There is a way. Send for free map and booklet ehree new gushers at Signal Hill predicted fifty year producers. H. C. Davidson, Box 358, Long Beach, Calif. Furniture Moved For the moving ot lurntture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc., phone 941. J28-U The Appeal is mailed to your post office address at 75 cents a month. We have saved many an elec trical appliance from an un timely end. Our prices are con sistent with expert repairing and we quite frequently save an immediate expenditure for now equipment. Prices include call and delivery service. A phone request will bring us to your aid. SHOP H. P. KAKGEI M M M M M 1 1 M ft IK The And Holy See May Join League of Nations By Henry Wood, United Press staff correspondent. ROME, Nov. 26. In the recent for mal decision of the Italian Popular (or Catholic) party to throw the whole weight of its influence in favor of the League of Nations and the Interna tional Labor Bureau, Italian politicians not only profess to see the hand of His Holiness, but also to see the first step of the Holy See towards eventual ad mission to the League of Nations. That Pope Benedict has cherished this hope ever since President Wilson first gave utterance to the -idea of a society of nations has never been se cret. The only thing that has prevented the Vatican from taking definite steps towards that end has been the certainty of severe opposition that -would be NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada In and For the County of Ormsby. In the Matter of the Estate of Barney H. McClure (Sometimes Known as B. H. McClure), Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned was duly appointed and qual ified as administratrix with the will an nexed of the estate of Barney H. Mc Clure (sometimes known as B. H. Mc Clure), deceased, by and in the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and for the County of Orms by on the 5th day of November, 1921. All creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers and statutory affidavits attached, with the clerk of the court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Dated this Sth day of November, 1921. VIDA M. BOYLE, Administratrix With the Will Annexed. HOMER MOONEY, Attorney for Ad ministratrix, Carson City, Nevada. First publication of this notice Novem ber 7, 1921. RESIDENCE X 101 III I "Rush Hours' ' In all lines of business patronage is irregu lar. Street cars, stores, banks and restau rants have their "rush hours" when some delays in service are unavoidable. The public, with the situation before its eyes, good naturedly accepts a degree of incon venience. There are "rush hours' in a telephone exchange. With business service the "loads" of telephone traffic are determined by commercial activities, banking hours, etc. the "load" of the residence telephone varies with household and social needs. The demands upon the telephone oper ator and a complicated mechanical equip ment cannot be seen, but telephone traffic varies in every hour of every day accord ing to the individual desires of thousands of patrons. If there should be at times a delay in answering your call, remember that trained young women with nimble fingers are do ing their best to serve ycu, and that at the moment there may be a "rush" of telephone traffic. The exercise of patience and considera tion will mean better service. Pacific Telephone Telegraph Company aroused in various quarters, and espec ially in Italy at least as long as the V'atican-Qtiirnal question remains un settled. When, the past summer, there was summoned at Geneva an international conference for stricken Russia, in which the League of Nations, the Red Cross and other similar international associations participated. Pope Bene dict for the first time in years had the Vatican officially represented. Later, when the League of Nations assembly convened at Geneva in Sep tember, His Holiness exchanged friend liest notes with President Karnebceck. Still later Tope Benedict placed at the disposal of the league 1.000,000 lire for distribution on behalf of the Russian famine sufferers. And now the Popular or Clerical party, which in the three short years of its existence has become the next strongest political party in Italy after the Socialists, has adopted as one of the j fundamental planks of its platform the party s whole-hearted support of the League of Nations. ii i m4mm I mm TO EMPLOYERS OF LABOR Fill out your questionnaire and mail to the Labor Commissioner NOW and help get a correct analysis of the em- ployment situation in Nevada. f FRANK Wr. INGRAM, Commissioner LADIES I have for your inspection a nice line of up-to-date hats, coats and dresses. Prices right Please call and inspect my stock be fore buying elsewhere. SWEETLAND & SWEETLAND. The Appeal is delivered to your home for 25 cents a week. Hi- ) j Prompt Service Careful Attention to Every Or der, Large or Small, The Best Goods in the Market, Reasonable Prices, . . Money Back if You're not Pleased. Could More Be Asked For? Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Etc. 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