Newspaper Page Text
VOLUME 59 CARSON CITY, NEVADA, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1922 NUMBER 74 WMCASESPEAieSOrilEtJO FOnCARSOE l'n BUYER'HORCROSS HEADS'STATE NEAR BQ PASS WITH OTHERS IT COU WILL VISIT LEGION DEES III SA FRANCISCO Although the case of the state against ' Capitol Post of the American Legion! William Dailey, former Carson resi- ! lughie Sing and Gee Jon, convicted of at a meeting next Tnesday evening at dent, one of the "old timers" among murder and sentenced by a Mineral Leisure Hour hall will have as its the theatrical men of the Pacific Coast, county court to die by lethal gas, was guest Vernon A. Vrooman, district died at his home in San Francisco on before the court to have a date set for commander of district No. 1, compris- Thursday. argument, it was passed with others ing Washoe county. Mr. Vrooman is In 'the death of Dailey, the grim by the supreme court this morning be- an emphatic speaker and has been deep- reaper claimed one of the best known cause the filing of briefs has not been ly interested in affairs of the Legion and best loved men of the theatrical . since its birth. business and profession. Dailey had J. T. Nicholson, assistant adjutant of been prominent in the business for the Darrel Dunkle post of Reno, will thirty-five years. He had been asso also be present and present some inter- ciated w th the Bert Levy vaudeville esting facts regarding the employment circuit intermittently for the past four- Set for situation and other matters in connec- teen years and was also in the employ tion with "service to' members." Mr. of Ackerman & Harris, and has had completed. The court was aranging dates for the April term. Action upon other cases was as fol lows: State ex rel. Geo, Thatcher, Sr., v. Justice Court, Reno Township. oral argument on April 1. William J. Burns Int, Detective Agen- Nicholson was formerly adjutant of one the management of a number of thea- cy v Doyle et als, April 25. of the posts in San Francisco and has tres, notaMy the. Clunie, in Sacramento, Postal Telegraph Cable Co. v. A. H. had wide experience with relief "work, and the Barbank in Los Angeles. Howe Passed. At present he is ably taking care of Dailey Is survived by a widow, well Wainwright v. Dunseath. Passed. the service work in Reno and is largely known professionally as May Nannery. State of Nevada v. Tom Fong. Case responsible for the success of the and by a son, Kenneth, also in the d smissed w thout prejudice. ' "Sagebrush Legionnaire," the official theatrical business. G cdrlch et al, v. Theron Stevens publication of the Darrell Dunkle Post. - I John S. Cook Banking Co. May 2. " Kul'acha v. Buckeye Belmont M. Co., ' r. May 24. ? i-.e of Nevada vl Williams, alias )ste Ten days given in which to fi!.- briefs. Page et als, v Walser & Margrave ' assed. r eter Capurro and Adele Capurro v. C J. Christenson. Passed. A memorial of the Washoe County Rar Assoc'ation upon the death of Judge A. E. Cheney was read and or dered filed by the court. "ALENDALE" APPEARS AT ' GRAND AGAIN TONIGHT For the last time, at the Grand thea tre tonight, "Alendale," who has been giving demonstrations in occultism will again be an added attraction. This young man has for the past two eve- Chartz Recalls Mill History Thomas AYheeler came to Carson Val ley in 1855 and himself and Sam Sili man bu It a gris mill at Mottsville. His father's place was at Twelve Mile House, and there, in 1860, he had a small ditch and irrigated about six or s.ven acres of land for grain. Tkut vas the firs ditch dug on that side of he valley. S-epl en u. Kinsey, was aged six. y fie in lSr,3. Came to Carson Valley in 18;0 Was county recorder of Car.i-i covr.ty, U.r.h Territory, from 1854 to when Governor Nye came a.i ni ganized a Nevada Territory. JacU it'.n. .. i - . t 1. d.j:.. n:ngs been appearing in connection with w" ""'cu IVCUJ 1 th rlar shnw and hU wnrU,r,on !a herder that worked for kinsey. .... and interspersed with bits of humor Will Da ley was for many years a resident of this city and even in his boyhood days had a decided liking for the dramatic stage. He managed saaciy amateur entertainments when but a lad of fifteen and had his own company on tour in the early "90s. Little Frankie and Gladys Day were with him when very small children, doing a wonder fully clever toe-dance cake walk. Miss Lottie Meder, under the name of Char lotte Mered, was also a member of his company at that time. He lived in the brick cottage east of the Grand thea tre, and was a general favorite with his companions. X70.000 OF S. F. HOME BI-lfTALUC LEAGUE GOV. BOYLE . SAN FRANCISCO, April 3. (Special San FRANCISCO, April 3. 'Special to the Appeal) George Wingfield, to the Appeal.) The National Bi-Me-Nevada millionaire mine operator, to- tallic League has been formed here, day purchased the Wilson home in Pa- The organization will endeavo: to ob cific Avenue in this city. It reported : tain the remonetization of ' silver at the real estate deal was consummated fifteen and one-half to one, it has been for a consideration of $70,000. LEWIS GOES BEFORE GOV. INVESTIGATORS announced. Frank Norcross, prominent Nevada a iorney, has been elected pres.dmt. WASHINGTON. . , , I DUBLIN, April 3. (Special to the D. C, April 3 a -.. (Special to the Appeal.) Fresidtn: J. r,.nrlv1 ,n h.m apta rl.i; L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers, testified today before the house com mittee investigating the coal strike. Regarding the strike situation. Mr. rwu era vp nut thp fnllnwino- ur.mt his . . . , 1 repuhl cans. arrival nere: "There are six hundred thousand miners ready to slay out of the mines indefinitely, until the operators are battalions and joined the Republican army. At Castlcbar, a meeting being addressed by Michael Collins, heal of the Irish Free State, was stopped bv King George, it has been learned, is seeking a vote of confidence of the house of commons, but so far the vote has i;oi been taken. In his speech at Castlebar, Collins ready to discuss with us the question alluded to the new agreement wh;ch h. oi new wage agreements in tne central competitive fields." Adding that while the union "courted investigation for it self and the Vtuminous industry, it J seeks no government intervention, but does ask tor the support of public op inion in forcing the operators to con tinue collective bargaining with miners over wages and working conditions." declared opened up a new era in the northeast and added immensely to the prospects of a union between iho north and souih. That prospect, he said, would become almost a certainty if the people could reach an understanding among themselves. An appeal w:is made by Mr. Collins for consideration of this point by the followers of De W.tra. DECLARES DENVER, April 3. (Special Appeal.) Before leaving thi where he has been in attenda meetings of the Colorado river mission, regarding the harness that stream to the ultimate end t flow may be conserved for irrfl and hydro-elecrtic projects. Go Boyle of Nevada declared in an dress that his state was about perience one ot the most pros eras of its history. DODSON IMPROVES AFTER OPERA After having been successfully cJ ed upon in this city yesterday. Dodson, night pol ce officer, w ported as greatly improved today son has been confined for the pa weeks with pneumonia and his ca been considered serious for days. S. P. WILL NOT CLOSE MILL CITY STA1 SCRUGHAM IS BACK; BOYLE IS COMING RESTRAINING ORDER ISUED BY LANGAN An application of the Southed cific Company to close its statll Mill City has been wihdrawan ar case has been dismissed bv the Nl public service commission. MRS. N. A. GOODIGHT GUILTY OF LESSER CHARGE has been well received. TO PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR IN BUILDING A concrete m'xer was moved to the Heroes' Memorial building this morn ing and the work of placing a concrete floor in the basement on the south side of the building was started. COMING EVENTS April 6 Lecture on China at the Methodist Church. April 7 "Children's Hour," at the Leisure Hour hall. April 15 Cooked food tale by the Methodist ladies. April 19 Band Concert. April 18-19 Meeting of Nevada Presbytery in Carson Presbyterian Church. Installation services on April 19. A. 3. Bryint was aged s'xty-nine n 1893, and made his first wood drive on "Gtt'lty of assault with a deadly weapon to do great bodily harm." Such was the verdict brought into Judge Moran's court by a jury in the case of Nannie A. Goodnight, charged with asault with intent to kill her hus- State Engineer J. G. Scrugham re turned today from Denver, where he attended a meeting of the Colorado river commission. Gov. Boyle, who also attended the meeting, reached Reno to day, and will return to this city tomorrow. THE WEATHER JEFF GRAY OUT OF RENO HOSPITAL the river in 1864, driving on the East liana ur- ooanignt, on the night Fork. ri Januarv 31, the Reno Journal re- TilvA9 PiUu'in civttr.Ar p'-tS. years in 1893,-first came to Eagle Val ley in 1853. Located a ranch with his Ms Goodnight was apparently un tr,ced when the lerdict was read bv partner, Abernathy, at the mouth wf'Jud&e Moran, who set Saturday. April Clear Creek, afterwards the Shulji8' as the da" for passing of sentence. CHILDREN'S HOUR APRIL 7 After several delays "Children's Hour" has been definitely set for show ing at Leisure Hour hall on Friday evening, April 7. The fairies and brownies will be the big attraction at th's entertainment. Advt. ranch, and sold to Dangberg in 1863 Lucky Baldwin was tried in Baldwin's barn, and Baldwin stood outside, guard'ng. He was found guilty after a "regular trial," and promptly hung not far from the barn. He was taken out of a cart to a tree and a rope placed i around his neck and the cart driven from under him, and left to strangle. Stolen cattle belonging to a Frenchman who lived on the other side of the moun tains and who had been murdered, were found on Lucky Bill's ranch. A man named Edwards had stolen the cattle, and likely committee the murder, and driven the cattle to Carson Valley. LIucky Bill and Edwards hid in the hills, and Jerome Thorington, a son of Lucky Bill's, under promise that h s.t father and Edwards would not be hurt, but would be fairly tried, went to the hiding place and brought his father T down, but Edwards would not come, nathy were the otiginal locators of the The charge carries a sentence of fioir one to two years in the state prison. Nine ballots were taken by the jury before the Saturday until noon yesterday the jur ors were deadlocked, being seven to five for acquittal on the charge of as sault with intent to kill. Six ballots had been taken up to that time. It is said that the even jurors votinj for aiqu ttal were so doing because they would not convict cn the first charge. Jeff Gray, who has been in a Reno hospital for treatment for illness aris ing from a ruptured blood vessel, is im proved and has left the hospital, ac cording to word received here today. Gray went to the hospital in Reno sev eral days ago. JUDGE E. A. DUCKER ACCEPTS INVITATION A restraining order against the exe cution of a judgment in the case of the Mexican Dam & Ditch Company vs. 1 Joseph, Antone and J. R. Schultz was issued by Judge F. V. Langan in the Ormsby county district court today. LTnder a judgment of the court, Sheriff Joe Stern had levied upon an automobile, six tons of wheat, twenty tons of hay, four m'lch cows, and eight work horses of the Schulu brothers and had given notice that he would sell this property Wednesday at the Schultz ranch near Empire. The restraining is temporary pending the hearing for a permanent injunction. At the same sitting of court today- Judge Langan set the case of Neidt vs. Gavin for hearing on May 2, this date having been agreed upon by counsel for both sides. Judge E. A. Ducker, former Winne mueean. and memher nf the state n- a verdict was reached. From ,t l,,. ,i ----- - --- - tirtn of the H,imUMt ntv W,rh school senior class to deliver the com mencement address at the excersises to be held in the high school auditor ium on June 9. Rev. J. H. Westervelt will preach the baccalureate sermon. See Fradsham for all kinds of House Furnishings. Phone 436. Advt. VACATION STARTS . Spring vacation of a week started to day in the Carson schools. See Fradsham for Rugs. Carpets, Linoleums, Etc. Phone 436. Advt. Taxi Service Phone 467 Open Day ami Night Tati Service at All Hoar. Agents tar Goodrich Tires. Expert Repairing, AH Work Guaran teed. Used Cars Bought, Sold and Exchanged. GASOLINE, OILS AND AUTO SUPPLIES TAXI GARAGE Oae Nock South of Capitol WtL UULDOON and LESLIE HESSE Proprietors Continued on page fowl BLOCKER STAGES HUNGER STRIKE IN TONOPAH JAIL I GH. Blocker, the colored preacher, T is slowly nearing death's door from " j voluntary starvation, the "Tonopah. iTImes savs. He has not taken anvi"!' 'substantial nourishment for over three T j weeks and is growing so weak that the' impression is gaining ground that the prisoner is mentally irresponsible. Af ,ter Blocker killed his wife he began ; preaching and singing in his cell and it was reported that the conduct was a clever ruse to throw the officers off their guard and to gain sympathy so as 'to escape the shadow of the scaffold for which he appeared headed. Since jthen Blocker appeared to have a lucid 'spell during which he discoursed very frankly upon all matters. Then he underwent another change and began complaining about pains in the back of his head. These complaints were accompanied by a hunger strike that is ,fast taking the prisoner dangerously I close to the . dead line. MMtMMMt MMV Just oA eal Qood Car SPARKS BALL CLUB WINS OPENING GAME The Sparks Southern Pacific baseball team opened its 1922 season yesterday by defeating the S. A. E. fraternity ball tossers on Mackay field by a score of 6 to 4. FOR SALE A piano. Inquire 608 Nevada street. Carson City, Nevada. Advt. U. S. Department of Agricultt C. F. Marvin, Chief Reno, Nev., April 3.1 For Nevada Fair tonight and day. H. F. AI Observations taken today at 81 57 meridian time. First figures. est temperature last night; sc highest yesferday; third, rain and ed snow past twenty-four Amounts ot precip:tation ot iess 0.01 inch are not published hereon Chicago 46 Denver , .38 Fresno . 52 Los Angeles 52 Modena, Utah 28 New Orleans 58 New York 32 Phoenix 52 Portland 50 Reno l... 34 63 Sacramento 54 Salt Lake City 38 San Francisco 52 Tonopah 38 Washington . 34 Winnemucca 30 Hours of sunrise and sunset! April 4 Sunrise. 5:38 a.m.; si 6:28 p.m. See Fradsham for Wall Papers and Sanitas Oilcloths. Phone 436. Advt. 7 he Most Talked About Car In The United States WOIMPLICITY and Durability" has been Mr. Durant's & motto, and he is now proud of the first car he has allowed to bear his name. Too much cannot be said of its simplicity. The following labor charge will convince your Remove motor from frame $2.20 Replace motor in framo 3.75 Grinding valvee and cleaning carbon 5.00 Remove and replace clutch. 2.50 Overhaul differential S- 6.00 Adjust differential im Its handsome appearance and genuine leather upholstering cannot escape attention. We will be more than glad to demonstrate its marvelous performance to prospective buyers of automobiles at any time. . anu bee it ur puuue lor an appointment, ai your nome. PRICE P.O.B. Canon City $1095.00 Equipped with Cord Tires CAPITAL GARAGE COOKED FOOD SALE A cooked food sale will be given by the Methodist ladies on April 15 at the Greater Carson Club headquarters Ad Grand Thsat SUNDAY AND MONDAY April 2 and 3 FURNITURE MOVED For the moving of furniture, house-hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc., phone to 1614 j2S-tf. ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON CHINA M. E. Church On April 6 May McAvoy and a large casf players :n "The Truth Abo'ut bands." ven some women living Fool's Paradise for years are afra learn the truth. A fine dramatic e tainment that touches many homes Hal Roach Comedy, Aes p Fabled Pat he Review. 10c and ."!0c. TUESDAY AND V7EJNESDA April 4 and 5 Mr. Bateman is a fluent and forceful speaker, has a fine vocabulary, and is chock-full of hii subject 'nuff said. Charles Ray in "An O'd-Fashi Boy."A Paramount picture. He 1 nothing about girls, and far lesa a babies. A picture that shows why Ct 1 Ray ia the best-loved actor on screen. Sunshine Sammy ia -The Pic niny." 10c and 30c. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY April 6 and 7 Mack Sennctt's "Mcily O" with bcl Nonnand. A drama of ysntn optimism with teats love ronatre eantry, adventure and thrills. The sation of the year. f000 people in caL Harold Lloyd in "Number I'lei jje and S5e.