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CAESON DAILY APPEAL, SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1922
CARSON RIVER DAMS ARE BROKEN BY ICE Considerable damage was done dur ing the past week to ranches along the Carson river near Dayton, according to visitors jfrom that (place. Three Jams went out from heavy ice jams and their repair before the planting season is doubtful. At the Randall place forty feet of a dam gave way in the center and toe im pounded water went down the stream. Pumps will be used at the Saroni place, where another dam went out, and but little loss wilt be felt there. Ice along the river is eighteen inches thick near Dayton and along the side of the river the ice has been pushed by the river upon the hanks for a dis tance of six feet in places. PENALTY CLAUSE FOUND WOMEN VOTERS' LEAGUE FOR AUTOMOBILE LAW HEADS VISIT IN CARSON THE STOCK MARKET Following is a list of today's quota tions on the San Francisco Stock Ex change and a record of the day's sales as furnished by E. C. Smith & Company, stock brokers, 225 North Center street. Reno, Nevada. DIVIDE ,The missing- cog in the, legal ma- Mrs. Winfield Smith of Washington chinery designed to operate the motor ID. C. organizer for the League of Vo- vchicle act has been found. It was men Voters, and Mrs. Shockley of discovered in Ely in an obscure sec- Reno, head of the state organization, tion of the statute and affords a com- visited this city today for the purpose ulete remedv for the ills that beset the I of explaining the purposes of the law as it applied to motor registratioos! league to women of Carson City. according to county authorities, the Ga-1 At a tea at the home' of Mrs. E. D. zette says. I Boyle this afternoon, the two ladies In a letter from James M. Lock-1 discussed the organization of a branch hart, Ely attorney, the attention of! of the league here District Attorney Summcrfield was di- The purpose, it was explained, is not Bid Asked Alto .01 .02 Ben Hur .01 .02 Divide .59 .60. Divide Ex 17 Dividend 02 .03 Belcher .01 Belcher Ex .01 .02 Brougher ... .04 .05 Dividend . .02 .03 Gold Zone .09 .1 Kernick .02 .03 West .01 .02 Knox t. .05 Smuggler .01 .03 Revert .01 .03 Rosetta .01 .02 Lucky Boy 07 .08 rectcd to section nine of the motor vehicle act which, while dealing with non-residents, supplies the prohibition element lacking in the "section cover ing registrations and license fees, and by reason of this, the general law pro viding penalties for misdemeanors, may apply in cases of failure to register and pay the license fee fixed by the statute Under the heading of section nine of the motor vehicle act says : No person shall operate or drive a motor vehicle or cause a trailer to be drawn upon a public highway after the thirty-first day of De cember, 1921, nor shall an owner of any motor vehicle or ot any trailer to be so operated, driven or drawn after said date unless the requirements of this act relative to the registration of motor vehi cles and trailers shall have been in all respects complied with. . The motor vehicle act does not say it shall be unlawful for any person to fail to register his car, except in section the organization of a new political party of women, but the education of women in the use of the ballot. ED MALLEY BETTER; TO RETURN SOON The condition of State Treasurer Ed Malley, who was confined in the Mount non-residents. I Zion hospital at San Francisco with case of influenza, is so much improved that he will be able to return to his home here within a few days, accord ing to word received today from State Controller George Cole, who was with the state treasurer when the sickness came. AVIATORS ENTERTAIN CARSON CITY PEOPLE TONOPAH 1.45 .......I .06 1.35 .06 75 Belmont , Cash Boy Midway Tonopah Ex MacNamara West End Rescue 16 West Tonopah Monarch-Pittsburg ... North Star Seventy-Six West End Chemical MacCrescent - Halifax .03 .01 .02 .03 .70 .01 21 .05 ..07 .07 .17 .04 .03 .03 .04 .72 .02 Cracker Jack . 01 .02 GOLDFIELDS Florence 20 25 Lone Star .01 .02 Gotdfield Con. 04 .05 Great Bend .01 .02 Kewanas .... .. .05 Jumbo Ex. 03 .04 Red Hill 01 .02 Silver Pick .06 .07 Spearhead .01 .02 COMSTOCES Best & Belcher 09 .10 Con. Virginia .34 .35 Mexican .15 Ophir .11 .12 Sierra Nevada .05 .07 Union . JS Justice .08 .12 Concordia .02 .03 Hale & Norcross . .15 20 MISCELLANEOUS Silver Hills .06 Arrowhead .02 .03 Broken Hills . .02 .03 Croesus . .. 21 Holly .85 .95 Simon Lead 44 .45 Simon Sterling .03 .04 Hamilton 03 .05 Gruss .07 .08 Silver Hills .05 .06 Hlimon I Lead .45 White Caps .04 .05 Manhattan Con. .03 .04 Bullwacker .50 .60 Nevada Hills .01 .02 nine as above quoted. In the original perusal of the act, therefore, this pro- stay here hibitory clause was overlooked and al though it was found in an obscure and totally unexpected place, it will have the effect of making the general law applicable. The latter which comprises Section 6288 of the revised law, is as follows: Whenever . performance of any. act is prohibited by any statute and no penalty for the violation of such statute is imposed the committing of such an act shall be a misdemeanor. The motor vehicle act of 1921 docs not impose penalties for violation ot anv of its provisions and to enforce it, it will be necessarv to resort to the general law. Until yesterday when Mr. Lockhart's letter was received the authorities had concluded that the only manner in which to force payment of motor vehi cle fees would be through civil action or by preliminary ordinances enacted by the various c.ty governments. Steps to have these ordinances passed already had been taken. Two aviators with a biplane bearing the colors of the air mail service paid Carson City a short visit this after noon and entertained an audience with several loops and turns just over the housetops. They did not land and re turned to Reno after a few minutes TIME SCHEDULE APPROVED A. time schedule for freight over the Virginia & Truckee. Southern Pacific and Copper Belt railroads from Reno to Verington was approved bly the Ne vada public service commission today and an application of M. L. Soper for permission to conduct an auto freight service between the two points was dis missed. SYRUP Balsamea The safe, certain and speedy remedy for relief of all coughs and Colds, as well as for Bron chial and Lung troubles. Con tains no harmful drags. For Sale by C.LKITZNEYER,Dni09iSt Full line of drugs, candies, sta tionery, kodaks, phonographs and Victor records. SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW I Virginia, Minnesota, has made its third reduction in light rates since buying the lighting plant. No municipality should make the mistake of trying to establish a competing plant. Where a private utility oc cupies the field it is by all means advisable to purchase it at its fair appraised value as the first step toward muni cipal ownership. A franchise for a public utility is a prize, a big asset of any city. Don't fritter it away. APPLES j of Oregon Hood River apples and are selling at bottom prices. Before going elsewhere to purchase your apples or anything in the produce line, it would be to your ad vantage to compare our prices as we will try to meet all outside trade. Carson Produce Market MRS PETERSON BETTER Mrs. Maud Peterson, who has been confined to her home bv illness, was reported as greatly improved today. She has been a victim of la grippe and is now at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Randall. ...W. N. EVANS... FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED MORTICIAN NEW AUTO HEARSE Modern Paraphanalia Lady Attendant EFFICIENCY MT MOTTO NO EXCEPTIONS FILED; CASE IS DISMISSED PROF. JONES BECOMES SUDDENLY ILL ON STREET Prof. Victor Jones of the Carson City high teaching staff and coach of the athletic teams of that institution, collapsed on Carson street this after noon and was removed to his home, where Dr. E. E. Hamer diagnosed his case, as influenza. In his collapse this afternoon he was caught by Prof. E. K. McKeown and Harry Grier with whom he was walk ing before falling to the ground. Because no bill of exceptions had 1een filed, the state supreme court to day denied a rehearing of the case of the Mexican Dam and Ditch Company vs. Joseph, Antone, and J. R. Schultz, in which the defendants were appellants. Miss Richards was a departure for Reno yesterday. E. T. Hinshaw, of the highway de partment, spent yesterday in Reno. CONDITION OF BONDETTI GIRL IS UNCHANGED SALES Divide Belcher 1000 .01. Divide 6700 & .60; 1100 .59. Gold Zone 9500 .10; 1000 .09. Lucky Boy 2000 .0. Tonopah Rescue 3000 .17. West End 300 .70. Goldfield Cracker Jack 3000 .02. Kewanas 95000 .05. Spearhead 3000 .02. Comstock Best & Belcher 200 .10. Con. Virginia 2400 .34; 1200 .33; 2400 .35. Mexican 00 .13. Ophir 500 .12. Sierra Nevada 1000 .06, Union 600 33. Miscellaneous . Hamilton 1000 .03; 3000 S-90 ,03. Gruss 4000 .07; 10,000 .08. The condition of Miss Marie Bon detti, who was removed to a Reno hos pital for an operation following an at tack of appendicitis in this city, was reported as practically unchanged this afternoon. Her father, Charles Bondetti, arrived from Reno last evening and will return to her bedside tomorrow. People and Kotes of Interest E. H. Whitaker of Yerington is spending the day in this city. Miss Blanche Lothrop has gone to Verdi to which place she was called by the serious illness of her grand mother, Mrs. Wm. Dougherty. Joe Allen was an arrival in Carson last night from Reno. George Hussman, prominent rancher of Douglas county, was a through pas senger for Minden last evening ' after a business trip to Reno. C. H. Gorman, comptroller of the University of Nevada, was among yes terday's arrivals in this city. Forrest Sawyer was a departure for Yerington yesterday on business con nected with the United States mar shal's office. Miss Belle Muldoon returned today from a short visit in Reno. SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES 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 twenty Wednesday evening meetings, which include testimonies of healing through Christian Science are at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these meetings. Free literature. Also books from the circulating library may be obtained. Annual Statement of GOLDEN RULE MERCANTILE CO of Evanston, Wyoming, year 1921. Goods sold in' state of Ne- : vada 4504,923.77 GOLDEN RULE MERCANTILE CO. METHODIST CHURCH Z Sunday, February 26, 1922 Sunday school, 10 a.m.: morning worship, 11 a.m. (Subject: "Children of God; What does this term mean?); Epworth League, 6 :30 p.m. ; evening service, 7 :30 p.m. (Subject: "True Live Faith."); Tuesday evening study hour, 7:30 p.m. T. W. BAT EM AN, Pastor CATHOLIC CHURCH Quinquagesima Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. followed by Benediction o the Blessed Sacrament. Sundav school at 11:30 a.m. Bible study class meets on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock; Lenten serv ices on Wednesday and Friday eve nings at 7:30; daily morning mass at 8:00 o'clock. THOMAS E. HORGAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH sunaay scnooi, ii a.m.; morning prayer and sermon, 11 a.m. The sul ject for the morning sermon will be continuation in the series, "Mountain Tops of Revelation. F. C. MURGOTTEN, Pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10 o'clock this fore' noon. Regular preaching services at 1 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m Parlors, 502 S. Caraon St, Phone 44 WEED CHAINS Federal Tires and Tubes A Large Stock of Assorted Sizes and Styles to Select From Red ArrowGaraoe & Auto Co. PHONE 15 1 Geo. A. Cole, Pres. CARSON CITY, NEVADA T. L. Hawkins, Sec-Treas. t 'l'VVT'r'rvvwwWWVWWWWW Arlington Block, Phone 1061 f Carson City, Nevada "yOU can buy a suit -"here with the as surance of getting just what you want fine quality, good style, perfect fit and big value. We are confident of pleasing you be cause we know that clothes "Tailored to Measure by Born" give satisfaction in an unusual degree. And yet this adds no premium to the price. Born Tailor ing is sold at prices lower than average prices well within reach of reduced in comes. Jos. Smyth Men's Furnishings Imported and Domestic Cigars Pipes, Smoking Tobacco, Cigarette?, Everything for the Smoker of Taste Pure Goods am Courteous Treatment PHONE 6 3 H. J. Vaughan PHONE 6 3 Tobacconist-Newsdealer-Billiard Parlor All San Francisco Dailies--Hot Butterkist Pop Corn Daily Peanuts and Confection, Fresh-OppositePost Office-Telephone63 jjji i PLUMBING Plumbing and pipe work in all its branches promptly attended to. Phone 485. ED OURRAN 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 Just Received Good quality ticking; linen for fancy work (linen color); red and white damask. GEE H1NG NOTICE FOR POSTING OF SET TLEMENT OF ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION ; tffell W- R- C. CUSTER CORPS "T- nil 1 H iV! rrr tn rFonm and Fourth Friday at 8 p. m, in Eagles Hall Visiting and sojourning members are cordially in vited. NETTIE QUILL. SecV. EVELYN S. BRADY, Pres. pi Isi .l. In the District Court of the First Ju dicial District of the State of Nevada. ' In the matter of the Estate of Joseph Sauve, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Joseph Rochon, administrator of the estate of Joseph Sauve, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement and filed in this court his first and tiuai account i and petition for distribution of the said estate, and that Saturday, the 18th iav ot March, viZl at 10 oclock a.m. ot said day, at the courtroom of said court, in Carson Citv. Orsmbv County. Nevada, has been appointed by said j court for the settlement of said ac j count and hearing said petition for the distrbution of said estate at which j time and place, any person interested ' in said estate may appear and file his .objections and exceptions in writing to the said account, and contest the 'same. Dated February 21st, 1922. J. VV. LEGATE, Clerk. FLATT & SANFORD, Attorneys for Administrator. f23-t3v. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS I have the agency for Pictorial Review Pat terns and Magazines and the stock is kept up to date. Thompson Underwood Typewriters Office, 36 W. 2d St. Phone 492 THOS. HUSTON, Nevada Repretentattra Thursday evening. Broken Hills 4000 .02. - f2s.tiw. : .; ; JOHN L. HARVEY, Pastor, Simon Lead 900 (a) .45; 900 .44: h- By-H: C STEVENS, Secretary.