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GIROUX MAN. A. H. Whiteley, storekeeper at the Giroux, was attending to business in town yesterday. FROM McGII.I,. J. K. Wagner, R. P. Longshore and W. L. Taylor were McGill visitors to Ely yesterday, registering at the Northern last night. J. L. Cigars at the Palace —O’Neill’s tf goat worked. At the regular weekly meeting of Odd Fellows this week, Robert Mul len was initiated as a member and C. F. Patterson was given the work of the second degree. TOUGH ON DOGS. City Marshall Alex. Baird is deal ing death to all dogs of Ely not tagged with proper licenses. He has killed more than 20 of man's best friends during the last two days and is still on the job. TO ATTEND COI’RT. H. W. Kelley, of Cobre, largely in terested in Robinson district, came in last night to attend the trial of the suit against himself and others instituted by the Turner Ely Copper Co., which will begin Friday morn ing in the district court before Judge urown. (IRANI) JIKV KKI’ORT. District Attorney Reeves announc ed last night that the graud jury would make a partial report of their work on the criminal calendar to Judge Mitchell at noon today. The district attorney is loud in his praises of the excellent manner and the rap idity with which the jury is accom plishing its work. To use his words, “It is the best grand Jury ever im paneled in the history of the coun ty. The best chili con came and chick en tamales at the Chili King. 5-3 KOHIM It WORKING. Superintendent Richard Millick of the Kohlnur aiming A Milling Co., Pearmont district. Is In town on busi ness visit of several days. He re ports that the rtohinur property is going along smoothly and giving a good account of itself. He further re ports that this winter has been a very hard one in the Pearmont district, there being an especially heavy snow fall. KAKT KLY COMPANY. Articles of incorporation of the .Jarbidge-Badgcr Mining Co. were! filed yesterday with the county clerk. The company is capitalized at $600,-' 000, divided into as many shares of par value of $i, and $1,000 has been We take orders for hand painted Tally Cards, Place Cards and Score Cards. Any style or color scheme that is desired. Siepioe Drug Go. UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY ELY, EAST ELY & McGILL subscribed. The principal office of the company is located at East Ely and the incorporators are: W. S. Enslow, Fred West, Roy Frybeger and Frank Holmes. DAVIS LEAVES. Tom D. Davis, of Cherry Creek, who has been visiting here several days, returns home this morning. TO MOVE. K. A. McKay and John D. McGeary, who conduct a general law, real es tate and collection business, will move their office to the building for merly occupied by lalbot & Moore. PLEASING HILL. The Ely put on a new bill of films last night, which met with the hearty approval of the audiences. The feature of tne bill is a long film de picting a marine story of love and disasters. CRUELTY CHARGE. Gus Xindas, a Greek baker of Mc Gill, will be given a hearing before Justice Cartwright today on tne charge of cruelty to animals. He was arrested for beating a horse and re leased on bonds in the sum of $;>0 pending trial. FOR TKKATMKNT. James Marriott, holding in addi tion to extensive mining interests, the disputed office of justice of the peace at Osceola, is in town for medical treatment for a slight indisposition. He thinks he will be feeling all right in a few days and will then return to Osceola. AT THK BIJO. The Bijo last night put into effect its new plan of changing its program of moving pictures three times a week. Judging from the size of the audiences in attendance upon both performances, the new plan will meet with great success. The present bill is made up of six good films and several illustrated songs that are fully up to the Bijo standard. The changes of pictures in the future will be on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. The Chili King is now ready for business at the Veteran. 5-2 ELKO THE BEST WAY. i Judge George S. Brown, of Elko, at present here on court business, states that the travel by tvay of Elko to Jarbidge Is steadily increasing. He says mining men and others bound for the new gold fields are gradually learning that the Elko route is the best and easiest way to make the Journey, notwithstanding the claims of the Twin Falls, Idaho, people, to the contrary. Judge Brown is him | self much Impressed with the infor , mation he has received from the new 1 district and declares that the com j ing of spring will witness a great : rush there. Phone 63-K when wanting laundry called for and work will be satisfac torily done by the Troy laundry. XKW STORE OPENS. The Steptoe Grocery Co. has opened for business in the new Ful mer building in East Ely and are go ing to build up rapidly the best gro cery business in the district The heads of the company, J. N. Lehr and Oliver Eldredge, both know from ex perience Just how to go about doing l this. Mr. Lehr has been calling on I the homes of the camp for several years as a trade solicitor and has a great many friends who will be glad to patronize him in his new establish ment. Mr. Eldredge nas had mining camp experience in the grocery busi ness in different parts of the west during a number of years and is en tirely at home in the new venture. They wdll make a specialty of the best groceries and of fresh vegetables and fruits, in the latter two lines excelling any service that has here tofore been attempted in the dis trict. SPECIAL $3.85 SUIT SALE Beginning Friday Morning, Feb. 11 th 50c, 75c and $1.00 Caps . . . 20c NYE BROS. THE LINK AND PIN Brakeman Waltz, who has been lay ing off, is back again on the mine su burban. Brakeman Roy Hood of the main line freight is laying off and Brake man F. M. Hawley is running in his place. Engineer Noble and Fireman Kel ley are running on the main line pas senger in place of Engineer Deckel man and Fireman Slnnett, who are laying off. Several of the machinists and boilermakers of the Nevada Northern shops through respect to Boiler maker Burns, laid off yesterday to attend the funeral. Brakeman Col. Tobe Weaver was on the McGill surbaban yesterday in place of Brakeman Bert Manassa. who laid off to attend the Burns funeral. Railroad pay day is at hand and a large roll of new money will be put in circulation today from the enve lopes of the boys who make the dis trict go round and round. A. B. Stevenson's appointment as superintendent of the Idaho division of the Oregon Short Line, vice W. H. Jones, is gazetted. Mr. Jones has been assigned to other duties. A. F. Brewer is named as superintendent of the Utah division of the road. Ira J. McKnight has reopened the shoe repairing department of his har ness store and J. I. Star, the well known shoemaker, has been made manager. 1-29-lmo MEXICO CITY, Feb. 8.—Whether the American engineers and conduc tors in the employ of the National Railways of Mexico will leave the service in a body in the near future depends upon the result of a poll of votes which was begun last night. It was predicted by the committee of the railway men's union, who for two weeks have been holding a series of conferences with the railroad man agers over the demands of the men, that the vote will be overwhelmingly in favor of immediate abandonment of the service. EAST El A mil,DING. John Mungerson, head of the Ne vada Meat Co., will move his East Ely meat market soon to commodious quarters in a building which he is now moving from Lane City to G ANNUAL REPORT. Denver, Colo., Jan. 1, 1910. Statement of the financial condi tion of The Pittsburg Ely Copper Co. for the year ending December 31, 1909. Receipts. Balance cash on hand Jan uary 1, 1909 .$1,349.60 Cash received during the vear. 3.832.40 Total receipts.$5,182.00 Disbursements. Paid for labor and general expenses . .... .$4,778.88 Balance cash on hand ... .$ 403.12 J. A. PARNEY, 2-7 Secretary. ANNUAL REPORT. Denver, Colo., Jan. 1, 1910. Statement of the financial condi tion of the Ajax Bullfrog Mining Company for the year ending Decem ber 31, 1909. Receipt*. Balance cash on hand Jan uary 1, 1909 .$581.15 Total receipts .$581.15 Disbursements. Paid for labor and general expenses.$167.30 Balance cash on hand.$413.85 F. W. BECKETT, 2-7 Treasurer. ANNUAL REPORT. Statement of receipts and expend itures of the Coppermines company, for the year 1909. Received during the year 1909 .$ 9,548.93 Expended during the year 1909 . 43,646.52 ARTHUR SMITH, -6-7 Agent. ANNUAL REPORT. Statement of receipts and expend itures of the Chainman Consolidated Copper Company for the year 1909. Received during the year 1909 .$ 130.65 Expended during the year 1909 . 2,810.08 ARTHUR SMITH, 6-7 Agent. WATCH and eJEWELRY REPAIRING Any Watch or article of Jewelry is usually tvcrth Repairing We are always glad to give estimates on such work, and you’ll be surprised at liow little It costs. If your watch cannot be re paired or your Jewelry fixed, we’ll frankly tell you so. Ifon’t say “It can’t be done" ’till we hav a look at it. CUM S UIDSKOG OPTICIANS Jt JEWELERS, Appointed Watch Inspectors for N. N. It. It. All our work is guaranteed. Ely aud East Ely ! and 11th streets. A part of the build ing has been located on the corner and the rest is coining. It is a large structure and to get it over the road required cutting it In three sections. Mr Mungerson said yesterday that this building would be temporary on the (I and 11th corner, it being his intention to start constriction there later in the year of a fin.- business block, when the temporary structure will be removed to lots which he now owns near the Troy laundry. I tie re* moval of the meat market up 11th street will make it much more con venient to the residence section ar.o is also the first step of the year in the direction of advancing the busi ness quarter in that direction. Before the end of the year the outlook is excellent for a pretty continuous row of business blocks from the depot up to the new Nevada meat building. East Ely has the trade and needs the store buildings—and will get them. Clerks’ Cnion No. 1229 will give its first dance at Wonderland on Washington's birthday, Feb. 22 tf TULLS OF LAW AX1> IIAXKING. (Continued from page one.) in a striking and comprehensive way 333 items in the banking statutes of 45 states, 2 territories, and the Dis trict of Columbia. Thus, it is pos sible at a glance to determine in a general way the leading features of the law of each state and their com parative relation to the laws of other states. Among the items dealt with in regard to state banks are the minimum capital required; percent age of ctpital required to be paid in to begin business; when the remain der must be paid; requirements as to surplus; liability of stockholders; number of directors and their quali fications; number of examinations by directors required; special banking supervisors, if any, with his term of office; cases where supervision of banks is assigned to other officials; bank reports required; publication of unclaimed deposits; official examina tlons;minimum reserve requirements, and what proportion must be in cash. The summary in regard to state supervision shows aDout half the states to rely upon some other official than a superintendent or commission er of banking, although in some of these cases examiners are appointed. Thus, in Alabama, the duty of sup ervision falls upon the state treas urer; in Arizona, upon the autitor of the territory; in Deleware, upon the insurance commissioner; in Florida, upon the comptraller; In Georgia, upon the state treasurer; in Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, upon the state au ditor; in Kentucky, upon the sec retary of state; in Nebraska, upon the state banking board, consisting of the governor, auditor, and attorney general; in North Dakota and Ore gon upon a similar board; in North Carolina and Virginia, upon the cor poration commission. The tabular summary in regard to savings banks deals with such ques tions as whether mutal or stock com panies are provided for; qualifica tions of directors and their duties, processes in insolvency; restrictions on real estate loans; limitations on other investments; and the maximum deposit allowed to an individual. The | tabular summary In regard to trust companies shows gaps in legislation in certain states, but in those where a trust company law has been rully worked out, many, if not most of the questions dealt with under banks are discussed. The table relating to state banks shows that the minimum capital re quirement is in many cases below that of the national banking law. even since that was reduced in 1900 to $25,000. Among the eases where the minimum is comparatively low sre: Alabama. $15,000; Colorado, $10,000; Florida, $15,000; Kansas, $10,000; Kentucky, $15,000; Louis iana, $10,000; Minnesota, $10,000; Mississippi, $10,000; Missouri. $D>, 000; Nebraska, $10,000; Nevada, $10,000; North Carolina, $5,000; North Dakota, $10,000; Oklahoma, $10,000; Oregon, $10,000; South Dakota, $10,000; Texas, $10,000; Utah, $10,000; Virginia, $10,000; Wisconsin, $10,000; Wyoming, $10 000. These are in each case the minimum for the smallest communi ties, and a higher minimum is re quired in some states in towns above a certain population. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST OR STRAYED--80RREI mare with saddle, red Navajc blanket and bridle. Notify F. C Nunnelly. ®~*-l Fuller’s Cafe In new quartern at AH* Ault man street nevt to Fly National Hank. I Meals :*A eentn and up. Linn lies a specialty. L— The Little Gem Steaks, Chops and Choicest Cuts Short Orders at the Shortest Possible Notice MEALS AT ALL HOURS FRANK COUNTS, Mgr. BISHOP JEWELER. JEWELRY Our Btoek of Watches, Diamonds, Cut Glass, Silver and Novelties Is the largest and most complete In the Ely district. The finest ex ample of the Jewelers’ art is to be found In our assortment, with Buch a variety to select from that it is easy to satisfy the most ex acting demand. Fine Repairing. All Work Guaranteed. ELY,.McGILL. MAYES GREEN PARK HOTEL First Class Furnished Rooms Always Quirt and Elegant. Housekeeping rooms single en suite M1HS HAYES, Proprietress. THE ELY Latest Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs Every Night CITY TRANSFER TOM MENEY, Prop. Express ami baggage Leave orders ut Cascade liar. Phone USO-X. ' Nun nelly block, East Ely, Nevada. Nevada Northern Hotel L. T. LARHhN, PROP. Keren tljr remodeled; rooms newly papered and everything tlrst-rlass. Kcgiai meals, the Ixstt in the district. Also carry line of general mer chandise. KANT KLY, NKVADA. I Clark’s Drug Store KLY AND McGILL Our drugs are always fresh an,. Coinpondlng Perscrlptlons is our specialty. Perfumes, Toilet Articles and all necessary drug sundries al ways in stock. Agents for Kastman Kodak Co. Single handed attack on the high cost of living. You decide if we have won BEGINNING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, AND ENDING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 th WE QUOTE: Sugar, per 100 Pound Sack.$7.00 Beans, (Navy,) 4 Pounds.25c Beans, (Bayo,) 4 Pounds.25c Beans, (Lima,) 3 Pounds .25c Peas, (June,) 10 Cans.$1.00 Peas, (Early June,) 8 Cans.$1.00 Peas, (Sifted Early June,) 6 Cans.$1.00 Tomatoes, 2 Cans For.25c Sego Brand Milk, 10 Cans For.$1.00 Crystal White Soap, 20 For.$1.00 Sunny Monday Soap, 20 For.$1.00 Gold Dust, 3-Pound Pkg.25c Log Cabin Maple Syrup 1 Gallon.$1.55 Log Cabin Maple Syrup, 1-2 Gallon.80c Log Cabin Maple Syrup, 1-4 Gallon.45c White House Coffee, 1-Pound Can.40c White House Coffee, 2-Pound Can.75c White House Coffee, 3-Pound Can.$1.00 M. J. B. Coffee, 1-Pound Can.40c M. J. B. Coffee, 2-Pound Can.75c M. J. B. Coffee, 3-Pound Can.$1.00 Ferndell, M. & J. Coffee, 1-Pound Can.40c Ferndell, M. &. J. Coffee, 2-Pound Can.75c Lipton Ceylon Tea, 1-2 Pound Pkg.40c Lipton Ceylon Tea, 1-Pound Pkg.75c Steptoe Brand Nat. Leaf Japan Tea, 1-2 Pound Pkg.25c Steptoe Brand Nat. Leaf Japan Tea, 1-Pound Pkg.50c Steptoe Brand Eng. Breakfast Tea, 1-2 Pound Pkg.25c Steptoe Brand Eng. Breakfast Tea, 1-Pound Pkg.50c Steptoe Brand Gunpowder Tea, 1-2 Pound Pkg.25c Steptoe Brand Gunpowder Tea, 1-Pound Pkg.50c C. 0. G. Nat Leaf Japan Tea, 1-2 Pound Pkg.20c C. C. C. Nat. Leaf Japan Tea, 1-Pound Pkg.40c The above prices are good at all of our stores, Ely, McGill, East Ely, Kimberly. No limit. Buy all you want But re member these prices will be withdrawn after Sat. Eeb. 12 Campton G >m. G >.