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VOL. LXI1I 25 CENTS A WEEK CARSON CITY, NEVADA FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 26, 1907. 5 CENTS A UOPY No. 145. DAILY THE SUVA MURDER HAWTHORN E, April 25 Upon the resumption of the Preston-Smith murder trial in the First District court this morning. P. M. Bowler, ronnapl fnr thp ilftonsp mnvprl for a two day's continuance. Mr. Bowler did not hesitate to say that the de- fense had been greatly surprised at the result of the testimony given by tailed a conspiracy, which had for its obiect the assassination of John Silva 'TQimnnfiiri" .Tnr-v navis and n.f that th df.fpnsP entitled to the continuance sought for the pur- .nfilrinlrtnn.tth(.chareM Mr. Bowler added that his associate Frank J. Bangs, has gone to Goldfield ,.-r- ,.c .inoM and would not return until Thursday The prosecution opposed the continu- aace upon the graund that eight of Mr. Bowler's witnesses were now in jau nere, naving oeen Drougnt irom Goldfield the preceeding night to an-, swr tn fharm nf n.nrj 4 nection with the killing of John Silva., 'ihe court denied the application for continuance and Mr. Claiborn was tailed to the stand for cross-examina-: Recently several stockholders au tio'n by Mr. Bowler. Although he did thoi'ized the Appeal to collect what not go into details as fully upon cross was due them and he Placed the mat examination as he did upon the di- ter in the hands of scar J- Smith of rect, .Claiborn stuck close to his orig inal story. He said that he joined the union because he was building a house and could not get a foot of lumber until he became a member of the union. The testimony of Claiborn caused an Immense sensationfi not only in the court room, but without, and, every possible attempt will be made by the attorneys of the 'defense to pick a flaw in it and discredit Clai-; born. While this is being done the attorneys for the prosecution sit se ronotv hv with the declaration that - . ., ,, ,.t n,0 they have proof to corroboiate the , 1 loU lv r-ililim-n ' with relation to the murderous con-, spiracy. , Another sensation was caused by1 the arrival last night of eight I. W. ; V. men from Goldfield, who are alsoj charged with the murder of Silva.! They will he arraigned, it is thought. Eye Witnesses of the Killing. j James O. Bliss and "Diamondfield" Jack Davis, eye witnesses of the kill- in;r ? John Silva, testified against' Preston and Smith this afternoon. Roth testified that they heard the hrt anrl saw Preston run from the restaurant to the corner of Main and dren's Home Finding Society of Berk-, Ramsev streets, where he was sur- ey, who denies that Mrs. Jennie G. rounded bv members of the I. W. W., fcols is an imposter and says: with Preston in their midst, 'moved, "financially, General R. G. O'Brien outh on Main street towards Miners' audits all of her accounts and furn Union hall In tHs crowd Davis said ishes the board with full information, he recognized St. John, Jardine and No member of the board has ever Donnelly. Both witnesses testified questioned her integrity.". Since 130 1 that the men, except Preston, were he has found homes for 3 30 abandon seen to move from the hall to the t'd children. j off man saloon at the corner of Main - and Ramsey streets, where they stood WONDER MINES READY TO SHIP until after the kinng. WONDER, April 24.-Thirteen Indictment Against Roudetush mines will begin shipping ore immedi O' Iho nine indictments brought 1 atoly, Nevada Wonder, Spider-Wasp, f-om Hawthorne which had been Vulture, Ruby, Christmas Wonder, made before the grand jury, on: was Rich Gulch, Colorado. Rex, June . .. . i f thP r.l.sence Wonder, Black Ro; k. Wonder View, ti ni serveu I'll tn-'-t'iuiv from the city of the accused. The :,. tv,,, wotulfhnsh. ex-wcsicent man of the I. W. at the present time thought to be somewhere in southern California. It is positively known that the offi cers of the city know just where Roudebush is to be found and have nh end him. The l.ltVVil .Tit ' 1 i etnrned -from iniiiftrnent has been rf Hawthorne and there is nothing for meeting will also discuss the propo se sheriffs office to do but to take sition of extending the corporate ex steps to apprenend the man. His istence of the company for a period description will be wired to the lo- of fifty years. calities where he is thought to be . o ROLL OF HONOR and upon ,s arrest requ.s . , pers will perhaps ue necebsj ,. i,:, i.v t.,r. .tQi Roudebush left Goldfield some few rf.r. ntrn t,rpsnmahlv for a trip to UUJ u I " fniifornia. but as his exact where . not abouts is not known, this can be definitely stated as correct. He . . tooK quite a p.uimuCu j,. early stages of the fight against the carpenters and the citizens, ana act. o . manv times as the agent of the, - miners in discussing peace terms. SUNSET OIL MATTERS The Money in Sight but Not Quite in Reach of the Stockholders About tnree o four years aS Peov "c 1U QuUaiuCu w tuC ui o the Sunset Oil Company in Reno; ":"u uluUM,ltt UUU4I; Pedd lg wells and then they aemanaea tneir money DacK. ll- wdb nnany aecmea 10 invest n and wnt into Tonopah stock. Un-! der tbe direction of Senator Nixon. the man selected to invest the money aia 11 so n that the original sum ; iw was increasea to, something over ?0,000. When he announced that he had re a,izod W tbe invPsfuient and turned ; ver the money td the Sunset Oil , company some two months ago it " ucu men. mcic i"um an immeoiate settlement XNO move was mado bv the Sunset' r T-t- r 1-.,- L r i uu People to liquidate the indebted- ness and Carson stockholders began: ro oau tor a settlement. ' Keno. Air. Smith s letter will be of 1 interest: Reno, Nev., April S4th. 1907. Hon. Sam P. Davis, Carson City, Nevada. Dear Mr. Davis: Answering your favor of the 23rd, I have to say that 1 c . . m l 1 i ,m' wuVAny na auuui $10-000 in sh and proposes to wind P its b"siness and pay the same over to its stockholders as soon as the . Mr. Sam Wheeler, the President, is i temporarily out of town. Upon his ! return I will try and see him and get more definite information and advise 5"0U- ' Yours, very truly, OSCAR J. SMITH. KC HARD TOO LOCATAE It seems pretty hard to locate the actual status of Mrs. Nichols who goes about the country soliciting aid for an Orphans Home in San Fran cisco. People connected with the Board of the Home she claims to rep resent, state that she has no author ity to receive or solicit funds and now comes Dr. A. E. llershiser, a Reno board member of the Chil- Jack Pot, Capitol. Ore shipping on the Nevada Wonder dump is estimat ed to be worth $830,000. INCREASE IN OPHIR STOCK The Ophir Mining Company has called a mettng of stockholders for June 29th, l!nT, for the purpose of discussing an increase in capitaliza- rr,11 tion of $300,4000, to $000,800. j. 1 1 v, - .....-o r,1n for the third grade, Miss iulu Gulp, teacher: Arthur Cowdrey, James Peterson. George nawraft Ralnh Twaddle. Ralph Twaddle, . vir.tr Martin Onida Dodson, Edith King, Myrtle McCarthy, Dorothy Roshon, Esther , !... " . ' Bessie Mac Intosh, Mathilda Nelson. 00 s. Lund is back from his trip to Southern Nevada. A REPUBLICAN ViEW He Enlightens the Appeal Regarding Mr. Fellows of Ormsby County Ed. Appeal: In your issue of yes terday you told the people why the Democratic party was down on Smyth for going over to the Republicans during the session and the protests of the nartv were sufficient to nrevent Um haying a place at the prison yfm gaid yQU did not knQW what was Uck against Fellows. t wm tell you from a Republican standpoint vWcn 0rmsb Count wag lnterest. , .-r.. . . n.. , , .r:.-i ed. Years ago the salaries of officials a ? nnn,ch w,00 nr timM VTm tlmoa v,avo ..n1 ;and aU over the state salaries were;'M their differences and the name . purcha8ed a piece of property ,Q thfi ; Q.0,, fitatA . r, . ,nriPa an "Pythian Sisters were adoPted nd!Beauvior tract, overlooking the na - salaries. But when a move ; wag m ade to give our own county 1 decent salaries Fellows was st it and fought it and when he'at the GrW. Conventions at Louis-' again got a chance to wt Ormsby where s1ate money was to he spent here, he , , . howed it by njg voe rnis is why scores of pro' i.... ti.i in - .... . . .. reward him in anyway by an office at the prison. ,f Douglass persiats in keep!ng him 1 there it will Le against the protest of every wage worker in Ormsby. j A. REPUBLICAN, i o-o- THE SAMUELS LACE HOUSE Attention is called to the advertise- ment of the Samuels Lace House on the last page of the paper. It occu - pies the entire half of the page. Since Nevada has begun its tremen dons growth of prosperity the lead - ing business houses of San Francisc. have begun to reach out for the trade of leading Nevada towns. Thev reach their customers through the local paper and are now making special efforts to secure such trade, The Samuels Lace House is one of the old established institutions of San San Francisco and since the tire is located on the coiner of Van Ness and Sutter. It is now establishing a mail order ,i.rvnnmeni :md are making a special effort for Nevada trade through this department by offerint 'v advan- tageous vans to buyers. In nih' goods of this house mention the peal as the advertising medium. RENO'S NEW CATHEDRAL The laying of the corner si' ! Reno's new Catholic Cathe.i..: Jum is to be a very elaborate a and distinguished prelates of church will be invited. The Rev. Father Tubman, of bs invited Archbishop Glenn...: St. Louis, the youngest bishop in uu; Al- the United States, to deliver the address t larance Mackay of New York has also been invited to the services. The services will be quite elaborate and people from the entire state and ihe adjoining states will be present ;,t :hc time. 0-0 BIG SATRIKE IN TONOPAH CO. 1 UNO PAH, Apia ii,e iH.iuoij ore ever struck in this camp was en- countered today in the Valley View. vein of the Tonopah company on the j 300-foot level. The strike is in chlor- ides and bromides silver ami r.mu gold values. The assays l ave not, yet oeen reiuruea. juu uulh i " proximity and makes it look good for that mine. f-) CHURCH SOCIAL The Ladies Aid Society will enter ta.n at the Parsonage this from 7 to 9 o'clock. A short program will be rendered, and refreshments will be served. No charges. You are invit ed. 0-0 JUST ARRIVED Joe Smyth has received today an- Qther ot of flne mmmer suits in men and youths latest styles. Prices J $10 to $20. i-i- tion the accuracy of commissioner ' T" nm n ! -n Kin ctrtA with I O 1 lveKauo ie,L,,"u,u": pigeons. There are people nowever. who will back Resran's abilitv to knock 'em out. The Manhattan athletic club has a membership of one hundred. FT The Pythian Sisters Take in and ?ed Eight New Members Last j Evening ; Since the recognition of the Pyth ian Sisterhood by the Grand Lodge of ) Pythian Knights the order has rapid ly advanced in membership. j The Pythian Sisters were the first; woman's auxilliary to the Knights of Pythias and next were the Rathbone Sisters, named after Rathbone, the J founder of the Pythian order. So -s "7s""1 "'o frQ""'",-1,-'"0 "'"s uumnvuuw Knights declined to recognize either, but last year the organatlons set. i recognized by the Knlo ts. 6ANQU The W Ja-'os Torreyson and Natea beautiful home. The property cost(wiH "8iness and a demand for Ro,f ?nd Wiliam Jr.e of Reno when . , 8ftnft. (labor here, and will tend to increase VilJ- New Orleans, had much to, in bringing about this desirable state of affairs. w V.rana i.ouge ol uie l-uhcu. the Pvthiaii bisters, manv huibuw j have joined the order, who did not ! feel like doing it before. Last evening eight new members were initiated in the Lodge of Py thian Sisters of this city. A Living ston and wife, C. L. Deady and wife. Joseph Stearns, Chancellor of the Py '" " ul ",e lallKX " , ' ovont was marked by the beautiful j initiation ceremonies of the order and a social meeting after the ceremonies ;hich lasted until midnight. ; ' Owing to the lateness of the hour some were unable to remain but , thirty-five guests sat down at the banquet and had a jolly good time until after 2 this morning. Applica j Hons were also received for further ( admissions, " SHOULD RUN IT HIMSELF There is no place in the state ! where one man should have such ab- solute authority as the state prison. 'the Gazette lias mis regaiaing uie the situation which is pertinent to , , , lie head The man who is placed at 1 of an institution like the penitentiary 1 should be alowed to select his own , subordinates. Give him full author ity and then let him know that it is of -up to him." Don't tie his hands and iu make a mere puppet out of him by ft'air' saddling him with responsibility and 'V1 then choosing the men upon whom he must place reliance. How can he maintain discipline i-muiig hi 3 sub . of ordinate if they know that their ap pointment is due to some, power higlur up? What kind of spirit i'i going to prevail where a r:an knows that he retains his position despite the desire of the higher oflicev NEEDS EXPLANATION The failure of Major Miller to re- ceive the appointment of bank ex- i aminer will disappoint his legion of triendiJ m this county. Ihe appoint- i,-,., waa nuule by a board consisting of Govornor sharks, Treasurer Ryan and Sc,cvetal-y 0f state Douglass. The Governur favored Mr. Miller ana voU,d f((1. him anfj Kyau and Douglass d . Aiai.iall.1:iil0 indepen dent The IV-morcats of Nevada are wondering why Ryan vot- d with the Republican Secretary of State in- stead of the Democratic Governor. The Appeal does not question the capacity of Marshall, but does ques- tion to the political propriety of Democrats not standing together on boards. COMMISSIONERS MEETING The state board of capitdl commis - sioners held a meeting in the Cover- nor's office this afternoon. Secretary of State Douglass authorized to purchase the steel cases for the books and the question of moving the library was discussed, but no conclusion reached. It was agreed that the sewerage of the library should be connected with the city mains. Adjourned. 0-0 Professional safe crackers are do ing business in Reno. RAILROAD A LITTLE PREMATURE The News of yesterday morning praises Senator Nixon for investing hia money ,n Nevada and points wlthj pride to the Republican Senator whosurvey for a railroad from Clais 8ta cannot, under any circumstances, be'tkm to Ramsey has Just been corn induced to buy property outside of ! pleted by the So"the P"acinc corn Nevada as the dreadful Democratis pany' 11 ,s said that the railrad Senators have done in this state, j comPany nas been busying itself with Then comes the Reno Gazette and'tne survey for the past 'rtnight or makes the following announcement: ! more- but that the fact has carefully 1 1. 1 a. i U. S. Senator George Nixon has! tional capital, and he will build there! genator promised the'the PPulat,on pt growing city. residents of wi inemucca a present of a ?12000 dty haU He told them that i he would never sell his Winnemucca ; nome. NO FENCES Many people in Carson are pulling' ! down their fences this spring and , burning them for fire wood. The re suit is that their yards look much' better. In many towns in California it is a violation of the city ordinance u.. ,i.w IU VI V L IVUVC 411 L ilJ V. i I 11 1.111 . &g resut taxpav-era pay k-ss' for the cost of keeping stray cattle" and horses off the lawns that it costs to keep fences iu repair and the ap pearance of the city is materially improved. There should be an or- dinance passed in Carson requiring all people to remove their fences. It would add 50 per cent, to the beauty , of the city. . It would be like taking a man with a five days growth of beard giving him a clean shave. BOYLE S CONDITION CRITICAL Alexander Boyle, a senior iu the University of Nevada, registering from Dayton, is thought to be dying from typhoid fever at the college uosIutal- Early yesterday morning he had a hemmorage, and from then until last night he was worse than at - r . ... any time since Reno Journal. he was taken ill. NOTICE Or DISAPPEARANCE Any one having knowledge of the whereabouts of John B. Mcen;:ie, will confer a great favor upon an anxious mother by communicating with her. Patty was last seen and heard from in August 1'jnC, at Lane City. New. leaving there in company with one McKay. He is a miner by occupa tion. Address Mrs. .James McKin'.ie, Evanston, Wyoming. o-- v - - AFTER ROOSEVELT MILWAUKEE, April 2j. A move- merit national m scope to set aside a Mover-Pettibone-IIavv.ood du- early in May, has been launched hei It is proposed to have every union in the country protest against the actior oE President Roosevelt in calling Moyt.r and Haywood undersir- able citizons. The plan contemplates takin2; tll0 rn-s-dent to task for his rc0Ollt ( :tU renewm his ent ic'sm. A WINDOW SMASHER This afternoon a drunken man a-' tempted to enter Kicker's five cent ; saloon by way of the window. After; ; he had punched his fist through aj large square f glass, Ricker came! out and a lively scrap followed. The trouble attracted quite a crowd' which dispersed when the man moved ' on 0 i0nk for more trouble. Joe Kelly is repairing his property 'in the old Dresbaugh block prepara- tory to moving his store. Every prospector who has discover- was;eil the lost Pegleg mine recently will ;kindly communicate with this office. William Oilman, a G. A. R. veteran and former resident of Silver City, Lyon county, died at the Los Angeles soldiers' home April 20. Leo Levy, a Comstock native son at Stanford has been chosen to write a farce on the Nevada university senior class. RAMSEY It Will be Built From Clark's Station by the Southern Pacific Co. The Reno Gazette has the follow ing: According to a report current la mining circles here yesterday, Jthe ueen a becret. The nearness of Uarks to Reno .makes this story, if true, of great importance to the Pcol)le here, aa it It will make Reno practically the for this luinins district' as it is now for a large number of the rich ! sections of the state. ! The effect on Ramsey will be elec- ' trical. Real estate will boom; mines WlH be 0pPrated at a less Cost Pro" visions will be more accessible, taak- I ing living in that town less of a hard- """ ...uuai... x..u u- omic nditi " b Improved. At !,resent the only road to ,he m5ninS town is a wagon road. . -mtl,, sti, The Eckhardt's Ideals company dosed its engagement last evening, The troup impressed one as not being specially strong, but was trying hard to peg along and it seemed to do the best ifc could. . One can forgive people who don't do much when they do the best they can. It is now said that the reason of the trobules of the company lay ni the fact that the leading lady closed her engagement iu Reno as her contract expired and she could get belter money with another troupe. rir A"r"fcjl Hk:- Si rsm. The lading nrdn is charged with S,,mS on a bat and failing to connect wall the company further. It is also stated on the Rialto that the main comedian wandered off somewhere i, ..t 1.....,, anh has not been seen since. Considering the muielated condi tion of the company it really did about all that could be reasonably expected of it. Carson audiences, however, are good naiured and made no violent protest. (V,J A NEEDED OFFICE The members who voted against, having a state auditor held that it was a useless office. It is now be coming recognized as a very omport ant and needed one. Mr. Roff pro poses to have a uniform sy ;;in of county bookkeeping all over the state anj wi,t,n his system is perfected its advantages will recognizer! at once. He is now sM.insr over the accounts of the statG 1)rison Rnd wjn J)fj cn gaged upon the work for several days. SUIT FOR DIVOPCE The -.-in, says Mrs. Lillio Fiee,y has filed fuit in Rno for divorce from Herry A. Feezy, charging l,inj with desertion and failure to provide There is a little girl, Ruth, five yean; of age, for whose custody the mother prays the court. The Feezy's were married in Carson in 1001. They were form "fly residents of Gold Hill. THE PEOPLE WITH HIM After reading the San Francisco Chronicle's account of the fight be tween Governor Suarks and Editor Morgan, Col. Hyinan sent the follow ing dispatch to the governor: "Hit him again, The good people of the state are with you." 0-0 . FRANK GOLDEN SICK Frank Golden, who was reported as quite low with pneumonia in Reno yesterday 13 -.icw said to be consider ably better. -0-0- W. F. Herrin, the editor of the Stanford college paper, who -wrote a naughty poem, has been fired by the faculty.