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VOLUME 59 CARSON CITY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922 NUMBER 112 MOT mm t GIVE GOOD ALF WIRING HIGHWAY STATUS! IMPRESSIVE SERVICE!! MM II CHARTZ ASS IN NEVADA TOLD Kditor, Appeal. Calling the attcn-1 The following report of the status of tion of the candidates for the legislature I the 1922 construction program is g'ven in every county, as I prom'scd I would in the Nevada Highway News: do: I Contracts Awarded The Truckee Kiver Oeneraf Electric I Reno-Purdy, Washoe county, 12. miles, Company put up their main lines, and (grading. Grant Smith & Co. evade doing the wiring for the light-1 Apev Summit. Clark county, 5 miles, ing of structures, and delivery of power j grading and graveling, Wasatch V.rad for anv rnirnosc. . This is done hy the ling Co, WILSON BROUGHER FU ERA L o 1 MASONIC BODIES CONDUCT. SERVICES. WHICH ARE ATTENDED BY SCORES OF FRIENDS FROM ALL PARTS OF NEVADA individual or corporation. The object is to avoid the payment of damages for defective wiring, ostensibly. I con sider this an exceedingly narrow, and even contt mptihle policy. In my opin ion, they should forbid the private own er to do his own wiring, and insist upon the work being done by none other than the most competent workmen, under their own guidance," to the end that lighting and power be made as safe a possible, and create confidence in it use, and give a good- name to the corporation, and save I te and prop erty. It cems only necessary to call attention to the fact to show how un American is their policy : or, is it u:;- Verington to Wilsons, Lyon county. 7.04 miles, grading and graveling. John Ross. l.mli,TC rout criirps nf otlipr friirwts nt P.ulkbcnd to Aurora, Lvon countv, 4 19 . '. . . . , . . ' .. . ithe pioneer paid their last respects. miles. Kravci iik, rvroii v uunuy. t it . t ( 'i -I'M i ii'.acii io uceicviiic, miitiiiu conn ty, ff.y miles, grading and graveling, j J. It Causten. Carson City stopped her daily tasks over in crossing what later became this afternoon to pay humble respect to 'known as Mount Oddie on the way to one of her greatest benefactors and one Klondyke. At that time Mr. Brougher of the state's leading citizens. was recorder of Nye county with offices With the impressive ritual of the Ma-' at Belmont and already had accumulated sonic fraternity, services for the late a competence in business at the old Wilson Brougher w.ere conducted at county seat and also at Tybo where he Masonic hall while State officials, lead- was engaged during the boom days of ers of the state's mining industry, lodge that camp. He had also business inter ests at Ophir canyon coming from Iowa. THREATENS MUrML CONFERENCE CHARGE FOR ACTOR LOS ANGFXES, May 17. (Special to the Appeal.) District Attorney Woolwine announced here today that unless Rudolph Valentino's wife, Wini fred Hudnut, to whom he was recently married in Lower California, leaves this city he will comence proceed ings against the moving picture star on a charge of bigamy. IS BROKEN 001711 DUBLIN, May 17. (Special to the Appeal.) The Dail peace conference which convened here a few days ago in ran ertort to arrive at some solution f the civil strife in Ireland has broken down it was announced today. RUSSIA WILL ATTEND CONFERENCE AT HAGUE The remains were accompanied here "'The exact story of the finding of Tonopah has never been told,' explained by his family .from Oakland, at which : W. J. Douglass yesterday in relating Zola td Humboldt House, Tershing county, 16.10 miles, graveling. m. ;. Strahan. . Near Cradelbaughs, Douglas county, 2 50 miles, grading and graveling, Red mond & Page. Carson City " to Lal.eview, Ormshy county. 3 48 miles, cement, 15-Ioot, Al ston & Hnggan. Five miles west of Valniv to east 10.84 American . I5y forcing private users of electrieity for light and' power to I county-line, Humboldt county. do their own wiring, there is likewise I m'les. graveling, . Krott & liundy. forced the employment of Tom, Dick, I Contracts Being Advertised and Harry to perform such very import-1 F.lko to Ilalleck, 20 miles grading and ant work. The public service commis-1 graveling. May 31, 1:30. p.m. sion should take this matter up, and I Robinson. Summit to Illipah, 15 miles. place lie '"died Sunday morning follow ing a long . illn-ess. and arrived this morning. -The body was taken to Masonic hall and remained there un til services started at two- o'clock. With the state capitol offices and lo cal business houses' closed, and scores the part played by Wils. Brougher in that historical event. "Wils and Frank Higgs were leasing at Klondyke when Jim Butler brought in a piece of rock, which he asked td have assayed. At that time they assayed about once in every ten days, but in this case Higgs of friends present from all parts of Ne- ; thought so Jittle of- the ore that he threw vada, the hall was filled wTien the formal t the Masons was carred it out of the window and forgot all about it. Jim eot tired of waiting for grading and part gravel, May 31, 2.30 p.m. Ill-pah to Pancake Summit, 23 miles. grading and part .ravel. May 31, 3:30 p.m. - Projects on Which Plans Complete Frenchman's Flat, Churchill county, - r .i m les. (rradinc ana gravel suriace. West county-line to Vivian, . Elko unity, -834 miles, grading. West county-line- to White House, I'ureka county, - 6 miles, grading and gravel surface. Eureka to Hayranch. Eureka county, 12.2 miles, grading and gravel surface. Three miles north of Carters to Hol- ' Though fry and fingerlings 'from the! brook, Douglas county, 4 miles, grad- draft proper legislation to cover the case in point. The object and purpose of their incorporation is to deliver safe and convenient power and light, am their conduct is directly subersive of those objects and purposes. Thty thus obtain their franchise by false' and fraudulent representations, and chould be held liable the same as any one else who obtains property or property rights fraudulently. ALFRED CHARTZ. ELKO FISHERMEN SEEK UTAH FRY state Fish hatchery will no' he avaoao'.e this year, because of exttiisivt rep.vrs which are-now underway a the state hatchery, Elko sportsmen are making strenuous efforts to replenish the irout streams w'th fish, says the Independent A telegram to the federal fish hatchery at Springville. Utah, ninety-hve m.les south of Salt Lake City, was foi warded petitioning for 300.000 trout fry for im mediate deliverv, if possible. The fry. if obtainable at the government hatch ery in I'tah, will be shipped to Elko and distributed in streams of Elko coun ty. In addition to the telegraphic re ing and 25 per cent surfacing. 6.9 miles southeast of Canyon to 3.6 miles southeast of Rose Well, .18.8.1 miles, grad ng. Plans Being Prepared Reno to Lawtor.s, Washoe,' 4 miles. grading and gravel surface. y. . West county-line to Battle Mountain, Lander, 8.5 miles, widening grade and gravel surface. Through city of Yerington, Lyon' 1.5 miles, 18-foot concrete surface. . Through city of Fallon, Churchill 124 miles. 18-foot concrete surface. Hazen to Wadsworth, Lyon, Washoe, lation was extended to the family. Worshipful Master A. Karns of the Carson blue lodge of Masons pre-! sided and other officers participating in the service were Senior Warden Par- vin Jones and Junior Warden Chester Taylor. Reno officers of De Witt Clin ton Cnmmandery, Knights Templar, fol lowed the ritual of their lodge. A choir rendered appropriate music fur the occasion. At three o'clock the funeral proces sion started with Knights Templar and t;her Masonic members preceding the hearse. The cortege extended along Carson street for several blocks. Fallbearers were Ed Krickson, P. B. Ellis, George Giiison, Andrew Maute, W. Casson, and Georp Cowing. A truckload of flowers g?.ve silent tribute from Mr. Broughcr's many friends. At the cemetery further services were held by the Masonic organizations. LARGE CLASS GRADUATES ' AT CALIFORNIA TODAY BERKELEY, May 17. (Special to the Appeal.) Twenty-one hundred diplomas of graduation were presented today to the class-of 1922 .which com pleted their courses at the University of California. LONDON, May 17.-(Special to the Appeal.) It was made known here to day that Russia has accepted the in- itation extended to her to participate the conference to be held at The Hague. ' ' - REMINDER OF OLD ' TIMES IN SHIPMENT STILLMAN CASE IS DRAWING TO CLOSE quest forwarded to the Springville Churchill, Ij.Od miles, grad ng and gra- hatchery, a telegram has been sent tolvel surface. Senator Key Pittman at Washington, Surveys Completed asking him to lend his support to the "enterprise, and endeavor to insure the trout for the F.lko sports-men. LEISURE HOUR SALE Be on hand Tuesday afternoon. May 23. at the Greater Carson Clubrooins to secure fancy work or cooked food. A fine variety of good things is prom ised. 2 n.m. ml6-23 See Fradsham for Wall Papers and Sanitas Oilcloths. Phone 436. Advt. Taxi Service Phone 467 Open Day and Night. Taxi Service at Alt Hours; Agents tor Goodrich Tires. Expert Repairiag, All Work Guaran teed. Used Cars Bought, Sold and Exchanged. ' GASOLINE, OILS AND AUTO SUPPLIES : TAXI GARAGE One Block Soul b of Capitol WM. Ml'LDOON and LESLIE HESSE Proprietors Hazen to Wadsworth Lyon, Washoe and Churchill counties. Through City of Yerington Lyon county.' Through City of Elko Elko county. Fallon to Grimes' Ranch Churchill county. ' Surveys Being .Made . Through City of Winnemucca Hum boldt county. Statements Being Submitted Through City of Yerington Lyon county. .Through City of Fallon Churchill county. i . Through City of Sparks Washoe county. ' -. Rose Well to Amargosa Nye county. Dceth to Wells Elko county. . Westgate to Austin Churchill and Lander counties. " Apex Summit to Crystal Clark county. Crystal to Mormon Mesa Clark county. West slope Mormon 'Mesa to east slope Mormon Mesa Clark county. East slope Mormon Mesa to state line Clark county. Westgate to Eastgate Churchill county. : . . Eastgate to east county-line-;-Churc-hill county. " : :- West rounty-line to Peterson ranch Churchill county. ; y through ami a striking eulogy deliver- I Higgs to run the sample and left the cd by Judge E. A. Duckcr. 'camp. Wils Brougher went out about The worth of the deceased to the 1 the same time to attend the monthly state, to his lodge, and to his family ; meeting of county ' commissioners. But- was recalled by the speaker and conso- ler returned north by way of the scene of his find and securing other ' sam ples took them to Austin where Gahart reported an assav of $400 per tton. When Butler returned to Klondyke he was accompanied by Wils Brougher who was given a three-sixteenths in terest for putting up the money for the location work. Butler did not wait at Austin for the returns on the assay but went to ins rancn at what is now in cluded in the Potts ranch. When the: richness of the ore was found, Gahart sent an Indian down to find Butler. Jim was busy haying and did not come up for some time until he had his hay stacked and nobody knew where he got the ore until he 'finally showed. 'Wils lecarne interested in the Gold Hill lease on what is now the Jim But ler, and then When Cal reached Tono pah the brothers extended their opera tion, taking "interests in the Belmont, Midway and other ground,' continued Mr. Douglas, adding: 'This is what really gave Wils Tiis big start in life. He realized three-sixteenths of $336,000 from the sale to the Tonopah Mining Company, making a stake of about $63,- 000, which he invested in the Arlington hotel in Carson City. He remained in Tonopah until 1905 or 1906 and during the intervening time invested his' money jointly with Cal. The camp is indebted to these two brothers for the present Mizpah hotel which they were instru mental in having erected. From the day that Wils put up the location money for the Mizpah to the'time of his death j he retained a heavy interest in Tonopah NEW YORK. May 17. (Special to the Appeal.) The taking of testimony in the Stillman divorce case was com pleted here today. DIPLOMAS PRESENTED " - TO GRADUATES TODAY RECALLS SOUTH HISTORY THROUGH BROUGHER DEATH In recording the death of Wilson "Brougher, the Tonopah Times has brought out the discovery of Tonopah. with which Mr. Brougher was intimately connected. 1 ne i lines nas tne tonow ing to say : "Mr. Brougher was identified with the discovery of Tonopah through the fact that Jim Butler first showed him the Some forty-odd young men and wo men w;ill assemble in the university gymnasium today to be presented with diplomas . of graduations, the Reno Journal reports. John J. Tigert, com missioner of education, will deliver the commencement day address and Prof Walter Palmer, chairman, of the schol arship committee, will announce the names of the scholarship winners. This bit of news is being expectantly await ed by memlters of the graduating class. Without waiting for the commence ment exercises manv of the students said good-bye to the friends on the campus Monday jught -and lett tor. home. The exodus started with the completion of the examinations and only persistent pleadings on the part of the faculty members prevailed upon many of the students to remain for the exercises. At tne . conclusion ot tne exercises the graduates, and members of the alumni will gather in the dining-room for the annual alumni banquet. One of the large incoming shipments of cattle to reach this state was un loaded recently'- at Gerlach and con- istetTof 4000 .head-fr6m (lie Miller & Lux California ranches. They are to be driven to. ranches in the northwest ern part of Humboldt county belonging to the .firm. Another large cattle ship ment from" Miller & Lux is expected to rrive in Winnemucca for distribution throughout the northern part of Hum boldt county whhin a few days. The Silver State. sample of rock which his mule kicked land Divide." MRS. J. S. TRIP LETT, ELKO PIONEER,' DIES Mrs. J. S. Triplett, wife of the late J. F. Triplett. who passed "away last year, died this morning at the general hospital in F.lko. Mrs. Tripjlett, who, with her husband. were among the first pioneers in that part of the country, was born in Chi cago, 111 , July 24, 1844. They were the parents of Phil S. Triplett, former -editor of the Nevada State Herald at Wells, who died last year. Independent. HEARS YERINGTON AUTO LICENSE APPLICATIONS TRIES OUT CAR Sheriff Joe Stern just managed to keep within the speed law this after noon while trying out a new Essex With application for auto certificate from the public service commission and an ad-dress before the Yerington Com mercial Club claiming his attention. State '-Engineer J. G. Scrugham went today to Yerington. Hp is expected back tonight and will leave again soon 1 for Winnemucca, where an adjudication of water rights along the Little Hum boldt river will be started. Baby Chix Tancreds and Tom Bar ron (White Leghorns), Golden, Buff and Brown Leghorns, Anconas, Black Minorcas, Buff Orphington's, R. I. Reds, Barred and White Rocks. Or der now; season will soon close. ENOCH CREWS, Seabright, Calif. M13-tlw NOTICE Affidavits tor tax exemption in Ormsby county, Nevada, for the year 1922 are now open for filing in this of fice. Those entitled to the same please make application. . A. McCHARLES, ml-tf. Assessor. STOCK MARKET SALES Following is a list of today's sales as furnished by E. C. Smith & Company stock brokers, 225 North Center street. Reno, Nevada. Divide Ben Hur 2000 .02. Divide 100 .75; 200 73; 500 (Si .74: - Sunbeam 3000 .05. Tonopah MacNamara 1000 .08. Midway 13,000 .05. Rescue 1000 .16: -West End 500 01 .98; 300 .97. Goldfield Kewanas 1000 .03. Silver Pick 10,500 .16; 2000 (B 30) .16; 12,500 .15. : ' Comstock Best & Belcher 1000 .10. Con. Virginia 19000 (a .19; 12600 q 20; 4000 (B-90) 20; 6000 (B-30 .20; 3000 .18. ' Ophir 2800 .12. - Uivon 160Q 25;.4Q0 - 24. . Miscellaneous Ifamilton 1000 T .02.' Simon Lead 500 .59; 1000 .60; 500 .61 ; 900 .62; 500 ?? .63. Broken Hills 14000 .01. WO PLEAD GUILTY; ONE SAYS HE'S NOT In the federal court today J. W.AVil- iam and F. Preuschoff entered' pleas of guilty to violating the. national prohi bition law. The former was sentenced to serve four months in the Washoe county jail and the latter was fine'd $400 and costs. . Charles Sloan entered a plea of not guilty to Ihc same charge." BORN HOLCOMB In Oakland, Cal., May 16, 1922, to the wife of William Hol- comb, a daughter. . : COMING EVENTS June 29 Lawn party or social to b. given by Altar Society of the Catholic Church. Grand Theater THURSDAY AND FRIDAY May 18 and 19 Anita Stewart in "Sowing The Wind." A First National attraction. Century comedy, "The Prohibition Monkey" fea turing Joe Martin. 10c and 30c. - SATURDAY May 20 ' Pauline Frederick in "Roadi of Des tiny," a Goldwyn picture. Harrold Lloyd comedy; Hurricane Hutch.- 10c and 30c. ... - . SUNDAY AND MONDAY' May 21 and 22 LEISURE HOUR PROGRAM At the regular meeting of Leisure Hour Club this evening, Dr. W. H. Cavell will .discuss "Development in Alaska" and Mrs. Murgotten's subject will be "American Cartoonists.' DC DC DC 3C 3C 3Efl Tonight Gran d Th eat re Tonight s? Dorothy Dalton in "BEHIND MASKS" Sennett Comedy Paramount Magazine 10c--30c 3C 3C 3C 3 Lionel Batrymore in Jim the Pen man " a First National attraction. Hal Roach comedy; Aesop Fables; Palbe Review. 10c and 30c. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY May 23 and:24 ' Thomas M eights- in "The 'Conqiie t of Canaan." From the novel by Booth Tarkington. A Paramount pictur.. Sennett Comedy. 10c and 30c. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY May 25 and 26 Lewis Stone and Jane Novak in "The Rosary." A First National special at traction. A grand new symphony of hu man emotions; a story of love sur passing, faith unflinching, and hate un bending. The old Rosary was a n derful thing. The new Rosary wi 1 si r you with its rgeater wonder. Leis Stone as Father Brian Kelly, and an a'l star cast. Comedy, ."Little Miss. Mis chief," featuring Baby Peggy. 25c and 55c. " - " "