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CARSON CITY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1922
NUMBER 170 ROAD CONDITIONS ' ARE TOLD IN BUIMIN SCHAEFER WILL GIVE EXHIBITION AT RENO Jake Schacfcr, world's champ:on bil- liardist, left San Francisco yeseterday on a short barnstorming excursion. He I will play in Reno today and in Coalfax I Sunday afternoon and evening. Jake's touring partner is Marc Cat- ton, Alameda billiardist. Although Marc will have plenty of opposition, he ought to get a couple of hundred po:.nts dur ing the two 600-point matches. A NevaJa IHkrhwav Association week-! Schaefer will return to the Coast next ly bulletin says that to those accustom- Monday. Ifc plans several other ex ed to traveling over mountain and des- peditions, probably to Bakersfield and ert roads, the roads of Nevada do not nther central cities during the next two ' offer 'serious obstacles at th present weeks. J time, but lor those whose motoring has been confined almost exclusively to paved roads, considerable complaint is made as to the condition of tne roads. J The rains of last week benefitted al-' Cornelius Industrial Review of Nevada Given PIONEER OF EMPIRE Vvnv ItltT'ffltl TT1 intf TTTl Ci'X A Tonopah Buckhorn mine being' equipped with machinery for active de velopment. St. Thomas Great deposit of mag ncsite uncovered in Muddy river valley. Winnemucca Completion of side walk building on East Third street to start. Ely Nevada Consolidated to rush work on rebuilding of burned mill. Hawthorne Two hundred ounces of silver ore opened in the Lucky Boy mine. Goldfield Harmill Divide to explore ore vein at the 200-foot level. is possible, it is well to keep well com.ng to .Nevada he lived in Empire . . R. , c , . ..... attarart:nr The Victory wuere ine worKeu in inc Mexican mm .tent:on Wabuska Sale of Thompson smelter to International Smeltinc Cnmnanv. lock, who started drags out immediately wood business Freibere-Vashincton canital to re- afier the rains and put the roads east . Funeral services will be conducted ,ocal mininK activilies; several :m and west from Lovelock in as good a irom tne late nome oi me aeceasea at shape as it was posstble at this time of two o'clock Sunday afternoon, Rev. T. the year. Mr. Goodin is to be con-IW. Bateman officiating. gratnlated for his efforts to have the) N. Mather, a resident of most all roads, but the heavy traffic Nevada for fifty years, died at his home is cutting up roads so that they are for in Empire Thursday evening. Deceased the most part quite dusty. Wherever was born in New York in 1847. After it behind all other vehicles li - n . LAMnCii WAnf.. f!iriricr tti Knnan71 Have rf tVi fnm the efforts of W. H. Goodin .of Love-' stock and was also engaged . in the forty-mile detour out of Lovelock cut down. This long detour -has been the source of a great deal of complaint, and now that it has been cut down to two short detours, motorists are bene fitted greatly, and the state as a whole comes i'h foi less crticism. Lincoln Highway Reno to Fallon, MRS. TAYLOR'S FUNERAL HELD THIS AFTERNOON throughout dis ; hay labor re- Funeral services for the late Mrs. Maria Taylor were held from the Evans undertaking parlors at two o'clock this afternoon, Rev. T. W. Bateman officiat ing. The pall bearers were: George fair; detour at Fernky to Lahontan ' Meyers, Jason Burlingame, Charles road, to avoid bad detour between Ha zen and Leetcville. Fallon to French man's station, fair; at Westgate a de tour can be made to Austin, which will eliminate considerable bad road in the neighborhood of Alpine; between Aus tin and Eureka will be found some bad stretches but nothing impassable ; Eure ka -to Ely, fair with exception of Jake's Valley Flat and Pancake Flat; Ely to Gold Hill, fa-T; Gold Hill to Black Point, bad ; Goodyear section, fair, with a running time of about fifty minutes for the seventeen and one-half miles; into Salt Lake, good. Brulin, Sr., and George Archer. TO CONSIDER PICNIC Consideration of a proposed picnic of Carson Eagles within the next few weeks will be given at a meeting of Car son Aerie next Tuesday evening. POUTICAL NOTES FORMAN CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY Thcccrtificatae of nomination of Wm Forman as "an independent candidate for the office of district attorney of Nye county was filed with L. E. Glass, coun ty clerk Thursday. This certificate was s:gned by 437 electors. BERNING FILES 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 Love.". Sunday school will be 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 ootainea. A. H. Berning, present constable of Carlin and formerly of Carson, filed his nomination paper with the Elko county clerk Tuesday to succeed him self. J. Carlos Lambert of Metropol's and A. W. Fuller of Elko will oppose W. W Booher of Elko for the Democratic nomination for the assembly. . Tracy F'airchild, Republican, will have no op position for the senate, the Free Pres says. . . . The Sparks. Tribune says there is an inclination to believe that P. A. Me Carran may yet be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor CATHOLIC CHURCH Eighth Sunday after Pentecost Massj at 7.30 and VaX) a.m.: Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after the sec ond mass; no evening services; daily. morning mass as 7 :30 a.m. THOS. E. HORGAN. Pastor. portant deals under way. Mina Simon Silver-Lead Compaany takes over three large properties. Keno Complete Halt ot WlZ paving program covering 18 blocks. Goldfield Mining conditions improv ing; leasers on Great Bend make im portant discovery. Yerington Outside capital thorough ly develop old Rocklin mine. Golconda Colonization corporation clearing and preparing 200 acres for subdivision. Broken Hills Reorganized Broken Hills shipping out 25 tons to $25 ore dailv. Winnemucca 1300 county lambs bring better than nine cents per pound. Xirginia City North End group com pleting plans for extensive development. Fallon Cantaloupe harvesting to start in Newlands projeet within the week. Reno Southern Pacific establishes motor express service to Fallon. Fallon Churchill county farmers planning livestock organizaation. Ely Important mineral discovery at Bonanza group in Hunts Canyon re ported. Fallon Railroad establishes express service to Reno. TonopahGold Belt Divide mine to in stall headframe and hoist. Fallon Advertising campaign has been launched to attract settlers to the Newlands project Ely Nevada Consolidated 12,000 ton mill destroyed by fire to be rebuilt. Broken Hills Blue Mountain mine idle for twTo years resumes activities. Tonopah Gibraltar Silver mines make., ore strike averaging $55 per ton. Caliente Eight cars selected mate rial ready to be shipped from Kaloin mine at Kandis Spur. Sulphur Ten tons of ore being min ed daily at sulphur deposit. Silver Peak Big development cam paign to be launched at Mary mine. Tonopah Tonopah Extension mine gradually increasing production and de- s. P. TO REMOVE MOUNTAIN SNOWSHEDS Mexican mine for extensive develop ment. Iron Point Contract for 300-foot tun nel on Kramer property let. Tonopah Rich gold ore opened at Bonanza claims in Hunt's Canyon. Fallon poultry exports to date are double those of the first half of last year. Lovelock Hay crop trict unusually heavy ported scarce. Reno Permits applied for to operate auto stage service to Gardnerville. Winnemucca One or two carloads of wool leaving local depot daily. Eureka $10,000,000 corporation for development of Eureka county mining properties organized. Ely Ely-Calumet erecting 90-ton bin preparatory to shipping. Tonopah Powerful pumps being in stalled in McKane shaft al Tonopah Extension. Ely Nevada Consolidated to imme diately rebuild 12,000-ton concentrating plant. Fallon Production of peas for can- ining purposes being tested out on five lacre tract. broken Hills Uevelopmcnt work is started at Blue Mountain property. j Fcrnely Board to establish minimum sale price of alfalfa in Weestern Ne-1 vada selected. Glcnbrook Construction of new road to Incline and Brockaway is assured. rioche Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation to start ac tive development. Las Vegas awards contracts totaling $38,496 for two new school buildings. Camp Taylor Development of Starm Cloud property to be continued on a systematic scale. Bellehelen Belle-Helen Merger to be financed for $100,000 for big develop ment campaign. Eureka Mill in Morley district to be rebuilt and machinery installed for re newed activities. Tonopah West End Consolidated in creases weekly output 100 tons. Manhattan Working force at White Caps property doubled in the past two weeks. The snowsheds along the Southern Pacific road over the mountains are to be torn down, according to a recent re port. Due to the enormous cost of fire protection and maintenance, engineers for the railroad have advised their re moval, says the Lovelock Review-Miner. The insurance alone on these struc tures approximates nearly $60,000 per year. In addition, three fire fighting trains are kept at convenient points ready to be called out in case of a con flagration. These trains are completely manned and the steam pressure is kept up so the trains may be ready to start out at any minute. Not only is the payroll of the crews on these trains to be considered, but the equipment, loco motives, and cars are a dead loss. COPRA POSTPONE FEDERAL COURT CALENDAR Although the next trial term of the United States district court in Nevada has been set for August 14, it is under stood that Judge E. S. Farrington, be cause of press of certain civil matters, may find it necessary to put the term over until a later date. PICCHI SENTENCED WILL OIL STREETS Angelo Picchi appeared before Judge E. S. Farrington in the federal court today and was sentenced to seventy days m tne Washoe county jail and fined $100 for violating the federal prohibi tion law. 1 CASE IS APPEALED FROM n COURT An appeal from a Washoe county dis trict court judgment was filed in the state supreme court today by attorneys for John V. Copren in a suit in which . he was sued by Verd Kingsbury. The plaintiff claimed that Copren se cured possession of two diamond rings on the pretext that he was" required to have them before letters of administra tion would be issued in the-estate of Thomas J. Higgins. The plaintiff asked for the two rings or their money value of $1100 and after a hearing before a jury was awarded damages of $1100. A motion for a new trial was denied and the case appealed. ADMITTED TO PRACTICE John S. Belford was yesterday ad mitted to practice in the United States district court, on motion of his father. Sam Belford of Reno. CONDITION IMPROVED Reports coming from Reno yesterday stated that Jerry Connolly, Jr., who un derwent an operation for the removal of tonsils was resting easy. The Stock Market Members of the city council of Love lock are giving much attention to the matterof treating the streets of that place. The plan most favored seems to be the use of a road oil that will per manently lay the dust and at the same time shed the water from the surface of the road. METHODIST CHURCH July 30 Sunday school, 10 a.m. morninjr worship. II a.m.; h.pworth league, 6:30 p.m.; evening service 7 :30. ' velopment. Morning subject "A Certain Blind Mina bhatt at Marble mine sunk to Man." Evening subject "The Majesty of tlic Law." Tuesday sjtudy hour at 7:30 p.m. T. W. BATEMAN, Pastor. See Fradsham for Wall Papers and sanitas Oil Cloths. Phone436. Advt. See Fradsham for all kinds of House Furnishings. Phone 436. Advt. at lintel Cafe THE PLACE FOR AN ATTRACTIVE HOME COOKED MEAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a.m.; church ser vice at 11a.m. Rev. J. L. Harvey will preach. r REV. J. L- HARVEY, Pastor. Reno New bakery equipped with the latest machinery is opened. Lovelock Farmers of entire valley taking advantage of war finance cor poration loans. Virginia City Arrangements com pleted by Con. Virginia, Ophir, and EAGLES, ATTENTIONl At our next regular meeting, Tues day, August 1, there will be something doing and also a banquet. G. B. SPRADLING, Pres. A. McCHARLES, Secy. ATTRACTIVE ROOMS Bath on same floor. Gentlemen prefcred, Far rell's Rooming House, Curry St., near V. & T. depot. m21tf Manheim's fresh chocolates, bon bons and taffies at Kelly & Linsey's. Advt. Following is a list of today's sales as furnished by E. C. Smith & Company, stock brokers, 225 North Center street, Reno, Nevada. Divide Belcher Ex. 2000 .03. Ben Hur 4500 .05. ' Brougher 1000 .02. Divide 200 75. Divide Ex. 1000 .12. j Dividend 15,000 .02. Gold Zone 1000 .03; 1500 (S) .07. Lucky Boy 1000 .04; 13,000 .03; 4000 (B-30) .03. Tonopah Midway 2000 .09. North Star 3000 Q .06; 7000 (B-90) .07. Rescue 500 (B-30) .15. West Tonopah 1000 .07. Goldfield r Silver Pick 2000 .10. Comstock Con. Virginia 25,800 .08; 1500 21. Mexican 300 .14. Ophir 1000 .10 Miscellaneous Hamilton 2000' .02. Gruss 9000 .05. Man. Con.-JOOO (B-30) .03. THE WEATHER U. S. Department of Agriculture' C. F. Marvin, Chief Reno, Nev, July 29, 1922. For Nevada Fair tonight and Sun day. H. F. ALPS. Observations taken today at 8 a.m., 57 meridian time. First figures. low est temperature last night; second, highest yesterday; third, rain and melt ed snow past twenty-four hours. Amounts of precipitation of less than 0.01 inch are not published hereon. Chica-go Fresno Los Angeles Modena, Utah New Orleans New York Phoenix Portland Reno . Sacramento . . Salt Lake City San Francisco Tonopah Washington Winnemucca Hours of sunrise and sunset for July 30 Sunrise, 4 :55 a.m. ; sunset, 7 :15 p.m. See Fradsham for Wail Papers and sanitas Oil Cloths. Phone436. Advt. FURNITURE MOVED - For the moving of furniture, house-hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc., phone to 1614. j28-tf. Jewelry repairing at Golden's Jewelry Store. Advt jl21w. See Fradsham for all kinds of House Furnishings. Phone 436. Advt. 72 78 0 68 100 0 64 82 0 50 86 .10 76 92 0 64 " 80 .12 76 104 0 58 70 0 58 93 0 62 96 0 66 86 0 52 66 0 64 86 0 64 88 20 50 92 0 See Fredsham for" Marble and Gran- te MonumeRts. Phone 436. Advt, Watches "rpaired and diamond rings reset at the Golden Jewelry Store. Ad. Grand HI SATURDAY July 29 Constance Talmadge in ,,Scaa3il" from the novel by Cosmo Hamilton. A startling photoplay. One of Miss Tal madge's best comedy-dramas. A Select picture. "The Leather Pushers" now in mot:oi pictures. II. C. Witwer's famous Col lier's stories on the screen. Remarkat le pictures of a college youth's experience in the prize ring filmed in twelve rounds. Each round a complete story of ro mance, adventure, and conflict. Two shows: 7.15 and 9 p.m. 10c anl 30c. Scene of the National Open Golf Championship 0 v-;':-:':'?:;:Vx-v:v::v:: Underwood Typewriters Rid Oa, 3S W. 2d SL Phone 492 THOS. HUSTON, Nvada Representative v: 5, a ;ov.v: ssjak v iv inn rtv w 3 . - ' at v .... s SUNDAY AND MONDAY July 30 and 31 Ethel Clayton in "Exit The Vamp" with Theodore Roberts, T. Roy Barnes, and other good players. A delightful comedy-drama in which a woman sets out to vamp her own husband. A Para mount picture. Harold Lloyd in "Back to the Wood"" Also "Screen Snapshots" and Paiue News." Two shows Sunday and cue Monday. 10c and 30c. 7 ft mi nfti View or the clnbhoure and part of the grounds of the Skokie Country club at Glencoe, a suburb of Chicago, the cene of the national open golf championship tonrnanient partlctpated In by several hundred of the best players f this country and Great Britain, as well as by some from other binds. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY August 1 and 2 Wanda Hawley in "The Love Chai rV Realart's little comedienne gives her cient sisters cards and spades in H:; game of hearts. Come and see ho U is done. Mack Sennett comedy and Bur'fn Holmes Travels. One show each niht at 8 :CK) o'clock. 10c and 30c THURSDAY AND FRIDAY August 3 and 4 William Fox presents the greatest racetrack drama ever staged, Mary iCarr, the famous mother in "Uvcr i;:e Hill," takes the leading part assit(d by a large cast "Thunderclap, tne great est sporting drama of the age. Sunshine comedy, "A Wise Duck." One show each night 25c and 55c.