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LOCAL-PERSONAL
Happenings of
A Day in the
District
WILL REPEAT.
The music given at St. Bartholo
mew's church on Easter Sunday will
tie repeated next Sunday..
NEW < Of RT ROOM.
The new court rooni will he ready
for use by May 15, provided the fur
nishings arrive in time.
I-'ROM BOSTON ELY.
E. W, Ralph and wife came down
from the Boston Ely yesterday and
spent the night in town
Get a shine by an expert just ar
rived at Steptoe hotel barber shop.
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ARRIVALS.
C. |R. White, St. Louis: A L. Ann
strong, A. It Hostie and H. H.
Mains, Denver, were arrivals last
evening and are at the Northern.
I
GAME SCARCE.
Robert Nye was on a hunting trip
to Ward mountain yesterday, re-;
i turning last evening. He reports
same as being scarce in that section.
TO FORECLOSE.
, loathe clerk's office yesterday an
action was filed by F. X. Murphy, as
attorney for George E. Armstrong, of
; Denver, to foreclose a $5,000 mort
gage on ihe Ely Trust Co.'s property.
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I Look for the ice cream wagon.
Phone iot::. 14-5
APPRAISERS.
I). (’. McDonald, Ed While and A.
L. Parker were yesterday appointed
appraisers on certain property which
was overlooked in the first inventory
In 'he estate of Wm. Bassett.
DEMI IIS.
A demurrer was yesterday tiled to
the complaint in the case of Charles
X. Wakemau vs. Louis Simon. Attor
nej Murphy representing the de
fendant.
MAY BUY.
Guy Honeywell stated last evening
that the machine in which he was do
ing the neighboring towns Tuesday
night was not his private property,
but he is seriously contemplating the
purchase of one of the saute make.
ATTACHES STORE.
Constable Dave McLean Tuesday
night attached the stock of goods in
I the Ward Mercantile Co.’s store,
owned by Gilmer Allison. The at
tachment was made to secure the
judgment of Marks-Talbot Co. for
{153.48. The goods, consisting «>f
clothing and groceries, were brought
to Ely and stored
STROLLERS- .MEETING.
The Strollers will have a meeting
at Good Times hall Friday night. All
members are requested to lie pres
ent with their ladies and may also
invite a guest. The purpose ol the
meeting is to arrange for securing
the Shellenberger hall for shirt waist
dances during the summer months.
After the regular business, dancing
will he indulged in.
Phoi.e U3-K w h- v' at-.'ine 1 bidry
railed fill and wori< wi!' -atls
flirleri ■ done by tie- T-oy laund y
SKIilOl S CHARGE.
Frank Smith was arrested yester
day for olitainiug money under false
pretenses. Ife is charged with sell
ing property at Ruby Hill. Eureka
county, which did not belong to hirn.
He gave bond in the sum of $23u to
appear for trial. Mrs. M I-easier
swore out the complaint and Hip ar
rest was made by Constable McLean.
IN FOR NINETY.
John Hawkes evidently likes the ac
commodations furnished by the city
and county, as he was yesterday con
victed of vagrancy by Judge Cart
wright. Hawkes was only recently
discharged from custody, after hav
ing served a term for selling liquor
to Indians. Ninety days in the street
department was Judge Cartwright's
parting salutation yesterday.
Expert bootblack, direct from the
cast at Miller's shop. Steptoe hotel.
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KI.K4 T OI-'EU Eli*.
Tup Ladles’ Guild of St. P.anhulo
mew's church met yesterday at the
rectory and elected the following of
ficers: President. Mrs. \Y. N Mc
Gill; vice president. Mr.-. George
Linsley; recording secretary. Mrs.
Angus McDonald: corresponding sec
retary. Mrs. Janies S. llennett; treas
urer, Mrs. C. R. Reeves. The next
meeting of the guild will be held at
the home of Mrs. George Linsley at
the Rich mar.
NOT iN< ENDIARY".
'1 ne jury selected by Judge Cart
wright to investigate the origin of
the fire at the residence of M. F.
Rickard, yesterday brought in the
following report: “We, the jury im
panelled to investigate the cause of
the tire at tlie residence of M. IF.
Rickard on April 13, do not find in
the evidence and investigation any
thing to justify the charge of in
cendiarism. Signed: W. T. Din
ford. foreman. John H. Wattson. W
D. Graham.
FORD PROMOTED.
W. T. Ford, who has been auditor
! with the Nevada Northern in East
Veterans Will
Make Record
Observance
The meeting of veterans yesterday ,
at the office of Attorney McElroy to
arrange for Decoration day was pre
sided over hy A. Marshall as chair
man. and some excellent steps taken
toward a big demonstration.
The following committees were
named: Finance, M .F. Rickard,
chairman, with power to appoint as
sistants: decoration. S. M. Mitlgns, j
chairman, and all school teachers ot
the district: program and music. Dr.;
W. M. Wadleigh. chairman. George |
Annatid. Mrs. (Frank Millard. Mrs. I
C. Wheeler. Mrs. Neil McGill. Mrs F.
j r'. Nevin. Mrs. Dr. Pollock, Mrs Dr.
Woods, Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. \\ . N Mc
Gill. Mrs. Jerri Kent: invitation. F.
M. Root. C. R. dleeves and Frank Ale
Klroy: transportal ion, A Valjean, S.
W. ilelforil and Mayor F. M. Clark, j
W. S. Henderson was appointed to
address East Ely school children on
Friday afternoon preceding Decora
tion day and Rev. G. C. Hunting
I chosen orator of the day. The meet
ing was well attended and the en-!
thuslastn in evidence such that no
room remains for doubt but that Dec
oration day this year will lie the most
generally observed and heartily par
ticipated in that tin district has,
known.
Ely. resigned yesterday to take a'
similar position with the Copper Bell
(railroad in Alaska. The new po ,i-,
tion represents a promotion in the
service of the Guggenheim interests !
With Mrs. Ford he will leave on
| Monday for Seattle, where his head
l quarters w ill he. Their departure is
a matter of regret to numerous
friends in tit district.
PHOMI' I IA St KA\< E.
1 I take pleasure to announce that,
the insurance amounting to S.'.oii in j
the Firemen’s Fund and $r>00 in thej
Connecticut with John I’. Kerin ,
Co. and $ 1.000 in the Orient with II :
C. Herrick ti Co., on my building,
which was burned on High street on
Sunday. April L has been settled in
full without delay or discount and
(that the treatment from both com
panies and agents could not have
! been more courteous or satisfactory.
It took just 1 o days to get my money
Signed. JOSEPH E STEVENS.
PASSED ISAD CHECK.
1 A complaint was filed yesterday by
Sheriff Butler charging Carl Stark
| man with passing a valueless check
on the Copper Club saloon at Mc
Gill for $7a. It was drawn on the
Ely National bank, in which he had
no funds. Stark man w aived a pre
liminary hearing and pleaded not
. THE BIG-—
Closing Out Sale
Is Jogging Along at the Same Old Speed, “Thank You”
We are this week making special effort to
dispose of our Laces, Embroideries and Lace
Curtains. We have always undersold every
body on these goods and now at the prices
we put on them, “moving” will be in order.
French and German Vais, Linen Torchons,
Fillet and Silk Val. Laces, Cambric and
Swiss Embroidery, Nottingham Curtains pos
itively at Factory Cost. Ladies who are now
making children’s spring and summer dresses
and underwear, can’t afford to miss this op
portunity.
We Are Going Out of Business
THE TOGGERY
I 384 Aultman Street ELY, NEVADA
When you are loads to
buy tnnt now
Spring Suit
just take u b» -k at our
“Clothes of <<bt ilits" de
signed, out and tailored
from the choicest fabrics
b\ o\ »ert>—the best in
land
$12.50 to $35
NYE BROS.
THE CLOTHIERS.
guilty. It is stated that he has tin
own weft covered with bud paper ant
lx reported to have served a tern
for being too handy with a pen on t
previous occasion. Attorney Cole
man represented the defendant be
fore Judge Cartwright yesterda'
KKOI'KX Oi l It I-..
The telegraph office at Copper l'ia
has been reopened and will con tin in
steadily in business from now m
HACK TO EAST KI,V.
Hi Durell, popular as a forme
Nevada Northern shop man, return
ed to Hast Ely last evening fron
Ouray, Colo.
1*01*1 I.Alt cot l*M-: H Kl».
William M. Patten, of the Nevadt
Northern suburban service, was mar
rled yesterday afternoon to Mis
Jessie Anna ltalrd. until recently o
the Steptoe hospital corps of nurses
The ceremony was performed at th<
home of Marshal Hudgens in tb<
presence of a few intimate friend.
Hev. G. C. Hunting officiated at tin
services, which made an extreme!;
popular young coup! man and wife
IHSSOIATIOX NOTICK.
Kast Ely, Nev., April 1 l»#{*.
We, the undersigned, have this da
dissolved partnership hy the mttltia
consent of both parties of the firm o
McKle At l.ee.which will lie know
hereafter as W. K. McKle. who col
lecls all bills due McKle A: Lee an
pavs all otttxtanding accounts.
O. H. LEE.
W K. McKIE.
Site Is Good
But More Of
It Wanted
Tlie committee appointed by til
city council to look into the matt 1
of the new cemetery hail a meet in
with General Manager Arthur Smlt
tit Kast Ely yaterday morning an
requested Increase of the allotmer
of ground to either 1!0 or 40 acre:
preferably 40. Other features ver
stated to be satisfactory'. Air. Smit
requested the coinmifoe to put thel
request In writing, staling that it
would give It early consideration.
H. A. Cumins, of the comtnittei
said yesterday tltut the proposed sit
was all that could be asked as to it
cation but that In* would very nine
like to see 4<t acres set aside instea
of 10, this with view to needs of tli
future thickly populated district. At
other tiling to be considered, sai
Mr. Cumins, was the several plol
which the fraternal, church and labu
organizations will ask for. Shotil
ground be set aside for the <\ thei
will lie but little left for those |.
longing to no organism'ions, shot'll
the cemetery contain hm 10 acre
I’ni.iTit ik wm m \ti:\u;\is.
I ok MAItSlI.XI, 01 KI.V.
I hereby announce myself as cun
didate for city marshal of Ely. \\ i
go before the* people ns an Independ
ent candidate. AI.KX HAIlin.
Call at CLARK & LINDSKOG’S
anydouf Railroad Watches
We guarantee everything as represented. Prices
are standard the world over and that is our price.
See our bargains in other goods.
MATCHLESS
. SUITS
MILLINERY
Come here llrst or hist —
us you pleiise—inform
yourself thoroufilily re
Uordiii” the eorreet ami
bi'cnmiiiK fashions, then
deride for yourself where
the lies) is to lie foiiml.
We know ami many
others know, lull we
should like everybody to
know that tile most
stylish and lieeomiuv
llats and Heady to Went
\|i|>arel aii' to he sim'ii at
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