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Happenings of a Day in the District DRILL MAN DOWN. W. A. Perkins, of Star Pointer, came down to spend the night. FROM OSOKOLA. James H. Marriott arrived from Osceola last night. J. L. Cigars at the Palace —O’Nellla tf FROM LAKE. A. Brooks and wife, of Salt Lake, ■were arrivals last night. They are stopping at the Northern. FROM GIROUX. General Manager Mills and Mrs. Mills, and their daughter. Miss Gene vieve, of the Giroux, were visitors in town yesterday. AT LAKE. Miss Virginia Carruthers, of the Herrick-Kerin Investment Co., left yesterday for a short visit to Salt Lake. Clerks’ Union No. 1229 will give its first dame at Wonderland on Washington's birthday, Feb. 22. tf DISTURBED PEACE. Joe Moore, a resident of McGill, was fined $5 and costs yesterday by Justice Cartwright for disturbing the peace of the smelter town Friday. He paid the assessment and went on his way. STORK ATTACHED. The Busy Bee fruit store of the Greek firm of Pappas & Wallace in Ely was closed yesterday through an attachment for $129.26 and costs secured by Frank Schilling for goods furnished. ST. BARTHOLOMEWS. Services will be as follows today: Holy communion, 8 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Even ing prayer and sermon, 7:80 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m will be held in the basement of the church. Parents will please instruct their children in this. Phone CS-K when wanting laundry called far and work will be satisfac torily dona by the Troy laundry. GREEK SERVICES. The Greek Orthodox church will hold services at 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. in St. Bartholomew's church. Rev. Stepanos Mackaronis, of Sacramento, will officiate. The Greek priest will also be present at the 11 o’clock ser vice in his vestments, assisting Rev. Hunting. In the morning bells will be rung only at 8 and 11, but the hours of service and the Sunday i school are as usual. 8A1AM>\ LICENSE MATTER. Chandler & Quayle, as attorneys for the University Club, yesterday filed with the clerk of the District , court a motion to quash the sum mons issued in the action recently instituted by District Attorney C. R. 1 Reeves, for White Pine county, to re-| cover the sum of $347, alleged to be due as arrearages in licenses for the sale of liquor at retail over the bar of the University Club. It is assert ed in the notice that the complaint does not state the cause and general CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST—PHOTOGRAPH OF WOMAN and child; taken in Salt Lake. Re turn to News office and receive suitable reward. 23-2 FUR RENT—Two four-room and one five-room house. Ely Securities Co. 7-tf FOUND—CAME TO MY PLACE AT Hercules gap, Nov. 11, one bay horse, weight 900 lbs., both hind feet white, white spot on forehead. Owner can have same by paying for feed and this ad. R. C. Sturm, Hercluea Gap. 21-lra —- ; WATCH AND < •JEWELRY REPAIRING Any Watch or artide ol Jewdry is usually worth Repairing We are always glad to give estimates on such work, and yoa'U be surprised at how little it costs. If your watch caunot be re pair'd or your jewelry Used, we’ll frankly tell you so. l>on't •ay “It can’t be done" ’till we have a look at it. MK i UNDSK06 OPTICIANS A JEWELERS, Appointed Watch Inspectors for X. ?f. R. R. All our work is guaranteed. Ely and East Ely nature of the action, or of any action at all against the club. Ml SIC OX TAP. The Ely orchestra was to the fore in East Ely last evening at the Antlers, rendering a very good con cert program which was heard by a large crowd. AS ADMINISTRATOR. John P. Bareilles, of San Francis co, yesterday filed with the clerk of the District court a request for the appointment of R. R. Ives, of East Ely, as general administrator in the settlement of the estate of his fath er, Thomas Bareilles, deceased. RKMt'RRERS. A demurrer was filed by the de fense yesterday with the clerk of the district court in the action recently instituted by W. E. Bililngs against J. F. and H. E. Schraven to recover on an assigned claim of a San Fran cisco furniture house for an alleged breach of contract. The demurrer maintains that the complaint does not state facts sufhT'ient to consti tute a cause of action. RAIN WILL BRINK FLOOD. Rain which has threatened for the last two days and which fell for a short while during the night, is looked forward to with dread by those who are aware of the great deal of snow that there is in the mountains. This has softened in the last few days and should n heavy rain now fall the consequences would very likely be serious to Ely. The town is in excellent position to be greatly damaged by flood waters such as will unquestionably atteud a big rain on top of the present snow. HIKH SCHOOL DANCE. Athletic Association Will Provide a Pleasurable Event. The White Pine County High School Athletic Association will give a dance next Friday night at Won derland Hall to liquidate the indebt edness incurred recently by bringing the basketball team of the Elko high school to Ely for a game. The young people have been busy with arrange-; ments for the event, which they In- j tend to make one of the most enjoy-1 able that has been had in the dls-! trlct. They will doubtless succeed. Aside from this their enterprise and excellent spirit is highly worthy of cordial support. _ BOYCOTT DEAR MEAT. CINCINNATI, Jan. 22.—Tne act ion of the Hyde Park Mothers' club I in binding its members to eat no butter until normal prices prevail for the product, has inspired a sim ilar boycott by the Twentieth Cen tury club, on high priced meat. The club passed a resolution today, pledging its members to abstain from meat on alternate days, as a means of protesting against the j present exorbitant prices. The Twentieth Century club com- ; posed entirely of society women, is one of the most influential organ izations of its kind in Ohio. The res olution passed today was: Resolved, That every member and family abstain from the use of meat of any kind on ailternate days for a period of 30 days. Members of the Susan R. Anthony club are expected to take s'r.'.ilur act ion. i SOCIAL CIRCLES Happenings of the Week in the District—Luncheon Given at Steptoe Brilliant (Continued from Page Seven) was the prevailing color, there being place cards of pink and JO, dozen pink carnations used in the decoration scheme. Even the charming hostess, Mrs. Rickard, had donned an elegant gown of pink messaline. After the elaborate luncheon, served at 12:J0, there were twelve tables of “500” in session tor a tew hours. The following ladies were the happy prize winners: Mrs. Kent, first prize, a beautiful hand painted vase; Mrs. Peacocke, second prize, a cut glass toilet bottle; Mrs. alker, consolation, a piet ty hand painted plate; Mrs. Butner, free-for-all, also a hand painted plate. As there is not a more delightful hostess in the district than Mrs. Rickard, nor a more satisfactory hostelry in the state for such functions than the Steptoe hotel, it goes with out saying that this was as pretty a party as was ever given here. Following is the luncheon menu: Grape Fruit, Steptoe. Salted Pecans, Candies. Oysters a la Kirkpatrick. Fried spring chicken. Palace. Green peas in hearts. Julienne potatoes. Crab salad cardinal. Ice cream sundae. Demi tasse. Mocha cake. Mrs. Jack Hanlin entertained at cards and luncheon Mon day afternoon at her pretty little home in Hast Ely. The inter ior looked very fetching with its tasteful decorations of greens and red carnations, making a fitting background for the cos tumes of the ladies. Mrs. Hanlin was a very charming hostess l»oth at luncheon and at cards. Progressive euchre followed the j discussion of the tempting viands, and the first prize, consisting of a handsome hand painted olive dish, was won by Mrs. Mc Lean. The second favor was captured by Mrs. Code and con sisted of a very pretty hand painted cup and saucer. The con solation prize fell to Mrs. Roj>er. Those present at the dainty function were Mesdames Deekleman, Roper, Hartman, Weston, Clanse, Padden, Code, Moon, Flammer, McLain. Gleason and; Hanlin. Notes of Rail and Shop at East Ely Barney Hedges has adopted a new red lantern fad on the ore run. Since which his identity is more readily es tablished by his friends around Lane City. A Greek section hand employed at Copper Flat was brought to East Ely hospital yesterday afternoon minus a finger, which was cut off as clean as if with a surgeon's knife, when the end of a rail fell on it. McGlI.L SOCIAL NOTES. (Continued from page seven.) was beid. Mrs. R. P. Arnold being elected president; Mrs. B.H. Glad ding, vice president, Mrs. J. A. Cartwright, seceretary, and Mrs. E. H. Folsom, treasurer. The club will meet every ihursday now in stead of every second Thursday as hereto fore. The meeting today will be with Mrs. Cartwright. Mechanical Engineer Lindsay Dun can was much surprised upon his re turn home last Wednesday night, to find ail the foremen holding positions under him, gathered at his home. A. E. Asper addressed Mr Duncan In be half of all those present and in a few very appropriate remarks told him how they had all planned to call on him at Christmas time and present j him with a Christmas present. But, owing to the Illness of Master Mechanic Weller, and also to the In-, jury of himself while out hunting on Watch the Announcepient of the BIG SALE to be opened up in the building formerly oc cupied by the Toggery. The store is now being refitted by carpenters and paper hang ers and it will be ready in a few days. > This stock consists of Women’s and Children’s Shoes, Rubber Goods, Men’s Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc. This entire $10,000 stock must be sacrificed at cost and below cost, as we must clean it up in thirty days or less. We come here to stay but expect to enter into an entirely new line of business, and for that reason we must unload at once so as to be ready March 1st for our new line. Watch the date and day of the opening sale opposite Wells Fargo office. Christmas morning; they were un able to carry out their plans until that night Thanking him for the kind treatment they had received from him during the past year he presented Mr. Duncan with a beauti ful watch and chain. Mr. Duncan thanked them all for their kind re membrance and assisted by Mrs. Duncan served them with a dainty lunch. Those present were; C. A. Gannon, W. H. Weller, Phil Harsh, W. C. Converse, F. E. Jameson, T. H. Blair, Harry Baylis, R. E. Clark, Robert Johns, A. E. Asper, and H. Kirchoplis. A Conjoint Mutual Meeting was held by the Latter Day Saints In the shapel at the townsite last Sunday night. The fo'lowing program was rendered in a very pleasing manner: Reading . Claren Solomon Recitation .. folsom Musical Selection . . Pearl Crawford Vocal Duet. . Ethel Blair and Clara Folsom rtddress . Oliver Powell Address. Mrs. Liddle Address . Alma Ek bongs by the choir. It was a jolly crowd that rode to Smelterville on a bob-sleigh Monday night to chivaria A. E. Struhs and bride. The sleigh was loaded down with tin ware of every dtscription, a tin shower to the newly weds being the cause of the gatnerlng. A lunch was also taken so as to make It a complete surprise to the young couple. An enjoyable evening was spent. Those present were: Misses Lila Folsom. C'laren Sclonnon, Ethel Madsen. Messrs. McLain. McDowel, McMurray and Solomon. “Our dramatic club is going to play ‘Lend Me Five Shillings’!" “Touching thing. Isn’t It?"— Cleveland Leader. Dont Neglect Your TEETH Toothbrushes from 25c to 50c All guaranteed Steptoe Drug Go. UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY ELY, EAST ELY & McGILL The RICHMAR Rooms by the day, week or month. Furnished housekeeping rooms and unfurnished flats. A flrst-class rooming and apart ment house for family and tran sient trade. RICHARDSON * MARKS. Props. G. D. Plummer, Mgr. Ely, Nes. BISHOP JEWELER. That Engagement Ring If you are looking for a ring, there is none to good for her. Whether it is a diamond or a hand of pure gold, it should hear the stamp of individuality that uit the Bishop rings possess. All rings we sell are stamped exactly what they are. “We are showing some s|M><iaJs in diamond TilTany rings.' ELY..McGILL. GEORGE A. WILLIAMS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR All kinds, of electrical machinery furnished and installed. A. C. & D. C. Armature winding, repairs, etc. Mine and mill work a specialty. Phone 118-Z, East Ely. Nevada. Fuller’sCafe IN NEW QUARTERS 524 Aultman St. Ne«t to Ely National Ilank Meals 35 Cents up LUNCHES A SPECIALTY. THE ELY Latest Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs Every Night Clark’s Drug Store ELY AND McGILL Our drugs are always fresh an.. Componding Perscriptions is our specialty. Perfumes, Toilet Articles and all necessary drug sundries al ways In stock. Agents for Kastman Kodak Co. CITY TRANSFER TOM MENKY, Prop. Express and baggage. Irate ordera at raaeade liar. I’hone 120>X. \ unnelly block, East Ely, Nevada. Nevada Northern Hotel L. T. LARSEN, PROP. I Recently remodeled; rooms newly papered and everything flrst-claea. Heglar meals, the beat in the district. I Also carry line of general mer chandise. east ELY, NEVADA. Map of Ely Copper District Latest Edition 1910. Size 26x42 inches. Price, Paper $5.00; Cloth $6.00 Compiled and for sale by . HAFF & COLWELL BROTHERS Mining Kiiginoer* and U. 8. Mineral Surveyors. KLY, NKV. Sheet Blankets Full 11-4 size, heavy nap, regular $1.50 value. Extra special at $1.10 Campton Com. Co.