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' Tk la - Is Clf. frrrat f roaa ataa ewsaaiwra, aa4 I thank the Garfa at Venn PraMthat II U aiereaU" D 0 VOL. II NO. 1f.' TONOPAH NEVADA, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19. 1907. TRICE 10 CENTS WEATHER Fair Thursday. Tonopah ' o: (L era -OTP Directors of the Amalgamat ed Vote to Reduce the Pro duction of Cooper 50 Per Cent. By Associated Press. ; ' V; i : i ; NEW YORK, Sept. 18. The directors ol the subsidiary Compan ies of the Amalgamated Copper Company at a meeting In this city today voted to curtail the output ol these companies by 50 per cent or more of the normal output. This action will take effect immediately. The companies represented were the Ana conda, the Butte and Boston, Boston and Montana, and Parrett Mining Company. " .- - CHAUFFEUR HELD FOR MANSLAUGHTER - COLORADO SPRINGS, Sept. 18. A. W. Marksheffel. private chauffeur and automobile racer, was arrested tonight on a charge Of. manslaughter, as the, result of a verdict of the coroner's jury which held an inquest ovei the body of W. H. Ralston, kill- od with others in an automobile accident here yesterday morn- ing. Evidence shows that all of the parties had been drinking in the red-light district of Col- orado Springs, and Marksheffel admitted that his speed, when he struck the fatal hill, was thirty-five miles -an hour and that it w as physically impossible for him to make the curve- in the hill. BROKER SHIPS FOR OTHER PARTS SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 18 Arthur Doggett, a stock broker( has been missing from this city for week, and It Is said that he left his business affairs in a badly tangled shape. Several persons are Bald to have suffered from Doggett's method of doing business. Among those who are complaining are Clem W. Rog ers, Doggett's business associate, and another man who claims to have hin Hnfrauded of several hundred dollars by Doggett. It is reported that about ten days asio Doggett secured $560 from client upon the statement that he had ". purchased Red Hills mining stock for the client. When this man after ward asked for the mining itCCk it is said that Doggett was unable to de liver the stock or refund the money. Then, it is said, Doggett appealed to Rodgers to assist him. Rodgers did not come to his assistance- Dog gett then visited his rooms, hurriedly packing his things, and stated that he was irolng to Santa Cruz for a week. sin Mint tlmn nothing has been heard of the missing man. BOOKIES CANNOT ENTER. LEXINGTON. Sept. 18. The Ken tucky Racing association today adopt ed the following resolution: , ,;i "Any person who owns, wholly, ln part, or Is interested directly or indi- .. i. hnnlr morin on races at "any meeting which is licensed by this .i,n lin nwmitted. i euUllllIBBlvu ouaib w - r I while being Interested in such book, tn race, train or ride any horse upon Yv track so licensed, and for any Ration of this rule the guilty party be ruled off. Kington was denied four addi- dates, and Louisville was ai- txteen days, from October 16 nber 2, luclusive.'begliinlng . Latonla. El OUTPUT A. JL. SAN FRANCISCO WAS ALARMED By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 18. The northern section of the city had ltd first scare this afternoon when flames broke out among a colony of frame structures in the 1800 block on Stockton street. Firemen succeeded in checking the fire after three flat buildings had been destroyed. The Are was caused by an explosion of a plumber's gasoline pot. The total loss was 135,000. PASTEURIZED MILK UNSAFE. BRUSSELS, Sept. 18. Dr. Henry I. Colt of Newark, N. J., at the Inter national Milk , Congress yesterday, announced that pasteurized milk, prepared and supplied in large quan tities, Is unsafe unless kept at a tem perature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and consumed within twenty-four hours. VAST HORDE OF ORIENTALS COMING . By Associated Press. VANCOUVER, B. C, Sept. 18. Thirty-eight thousand Japanese have been given permission by the mika do's government to come immediately to British Columbia. They will cross the Pacific just as rapidly as steam ers can be secured to bring them The news that Vancouver will see an immigration hitherto unprecedented was received here today by tlui steamer Woolwich , which brought .230 of the brown men. The steamer Indiana is overdue now from Hono lulu with 300. , Best informed circles declare that the dominion government will do nothing at all to prevent the further influx of Japanese, despite the pro tests of v Vancouver. The demand for labor is so great in the Interior of British Columbia and on the prairies of the northwest that as many Jap anese as wish to come will be' allow. ed to do so. On the other hand, of ficial statements come from Ottawa that Premier Laurler and Delegate Ishii will confer tomorrow and ar range a nominal limit.' Nobody in Vancouver believes that even if this limit is declared it will he adhered to. - There was no demonstration today on the arrival of the Japanese on the steamer Woolwich. ANTWERP DOCK STRIKE ENDS. ANTWERP, Sept. 18. The Mari time Federation today presented proposal which was accepted by the striking dock laborers and others, calling for an unconditional return to work and the appointment of a mixed commission with powers to examine and determine upon the question of wages. ' f PAINTER DEAD. PARIS, Sept. 18. Louis Water lin, th$ painter, is dead. Tonopah's H - .mm l Is Second to None Weeks New Fire The combination engine and hose wagon for the Tonopah Fire Depart ment is on the way. The apparatus was shipped from New York on Aug ust 31st, and should be here not later that the first of the month. Chief of the -Fire Department Jack Mac kenzie is impatiently waiting for the arrival of the machine, and is getting the great team in fine fettle for its arrival. BONAPARTE IS STANDING PAT CHICAGO, Sept. 18. Today's ses sion of the National Prison Congress was held at tne cnicago university and the principal feature was an ad dress by Attorney General Bonaparte on "Funisnment ana raraon. Bona parte spoke of the value of discipline as having "miraculous power to radi cally change human nature," and the necessity of insuring obedience to sovereign will by the pnlshment of disobedience. The efficacy of any form of punishment, however, he said, must be judged by its results to the community in the diminution of crime. Its effects on lawbreakers themselves, while worthy, are not, he said, of vastly less moment. Bona parte said he had seen no reason to repent of his suggestion, made in a magazine article some years ago, that an attempt to commit capital crime ought, to be made itself capital, and further the commission of a major crime should render the offender liable at the discretion of the court to the-death penalty. . CARRIE NATION AGAIN IN JAIL By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. Mrs Carrie Nation was today arrested and locked up to answer to a charge in the police court tomorrow of disor derly conduct. ; v Mrs. Nation refused when request ed by an officer to stop lecturing to 200 men from the' steps of the post office department. . MAXINB WINS BRITISHERS. LONDON, Sept. 17. After years of striving, Miss Maxine Elliott has achieved a distinct personal success in London. She appeared in the Ly ric theater In H. V. Esmond's play, 'Under the Greenwood Tree," and the audience was generous in its ap plause. : The play Is full of witty lines, has many comedy situations which amus ed the spectators, even though Brit ish. Throughout the four acts Miss Elliott' and her company repeatedly won enthusiastic curtain calls. Miss Elliott impersonated a mil lionaire girl who, tired of luxurious life, seeks the simple existence of gypsy. A band of bold, bad gypsies attack her Van. The lord of the manor rescues the heroine, whose companion and secretary also finds a soul affinity in the baron who Is de voted to the heroine. . vNew Fire "1 in the West Should House About Ready for Occupancy. ' The machine was constructed by the American La France Fire Engine Company of Elmira, New York, and is known as the Holloway combina tion chemical and hose wagon. It is a sixty-gallon single tank machino and is said to be the most modern and perfect of the kind in use. Los Angeles has three of them in its de partment and Goldfleld is going to order one. It is all steel and weighs 13460 pounds. RAPID TRANSIT SHOWS DEFICIT By Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 18. Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, which controls all street car lins of this city, was held today. Annual reports- submitted by Presi dent Parsons showed a deficit from the year's operations of $364,048, compared with a surplus of $303,996 in the preceding twelve months. The gross earnings exceeded $18,000,000, the largest In the company's history. President Parsons, in his report. stated that in the last two months $1,217,396 was paid out in payment of claims, an increase of $263,666 over the previous year. The percent age of earnings required for this pur pose has increased in ten years from 2 Xr 3 to about 7, or equivalent to a dividend of $2 per share on the stock. ' This increase Parsons attrib utes to the activity of a certain class of lawyers who, aided by physicians, work up damage suits from accidents to passengers on the company's lines, GOULD ROAD IS FACING STRIKE KANSAS CITY, Sept. 18. The Star today -says: The Brotherhood of Engineers in Kansas City assert that as a result of a vote recently taken, 97 per cent of their men ov the Missouri Pacific railway favor a stnlke because of the company's re fusal to make -certain concessions in volving the roundhousing of loco mo lives at the end of the runs. ' It was said by railroad engineers that a strike of the engineers on the Mis souri Pacific railway .system would also involves the engineers on all the Gold lines, including the Iron Moun tain, the Denver and Rio Grande, the Wabash, the Texas Pacific and the International and Great Northern. There are 1200 engineers employed by the Missouri Pacific and the Iron Mountain alone. Representatives .of the firemen were in Kansas City yesterday can vassing the situation with a view to joining with the engineers in the pro posed strike. A conference of the en gineers' order and the railway of ficials will be held in St. Louis this "week. - BASEBALL SCORES. SAN FRANCI8CO, Sept. 18. The following are the scores for today's games: Los Angeles 3, Portland 2 Oakland 10, San Francisco 0. Apparatus 1 i be Here in a Few By the time the new wagon arrives here the fire house on the hill will be ready for occupancy, and there will be a thousand feet of new hose here. A test will be made of the wagon before it is accepted by the department, and if it proves to bs all right Tonopah will .have a de partment in which it can well take pride. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTED By Associated Press. OKLAHOMA, Sept. 18. Returns from yesterday's election that arriv ed today and tonight continue- to be of the same tenor, that the constitu tion has been adopted and that pro hibition has carried by at least 30, 000; that the whole Democratic State ticket, headed by Charles N, Haskell of Muskogee, has been elect ed by a majority of more than 20,- 000. In the congressional elections the Democrats seem to have chosen four of the five representatives, ac cording to returns received tonight. The legislature Is Democratic by large majority and will elect United States Senators Robert L. Owens, Cherokee Indian, and T. P. Gore, ttap famous blind orator. They were nominated by primaries in June. Haskell, the Democratic candidate for Governor, declares that his ma jority will reach 40,000. He says that if the people have voted for pro hibition he will see that the law is enforced. , CZOLGOLOZ'S ARE COUNTY CHARGES By Associated Press. , CLEVELAND, Sept. 18. M. Czol goloz and his wife, parents of the assassin of -President McKlnley,' havo applied to the city charity depart ment for assistance. Czolgoloz is 83 years old and his wife is 75 years old. ' . '- - DRAWING A LONG BOW. Crank Wants a Ship Run as Jesus Would Rum It. ! NEW YORK. Sept. 21. "I believe that It Is possible and that it, would be profitable to run an ocean steam ship as Christ would run one," said the Rev. Charles M. Sheldon of To peka, Kansas, author of "In His Steps," and editor of a paper in his home town, which he conducted along highly ethical lines, accoi din;, to a local newspaper. -jay trip," ne said, "taught ue that a vessel run without liquor or gambling attachments would - be crowded from stem to stern. - "The space that is now nsed as a smoking room could be better util ized as a place in which to hold-re llgious services. The line that first puts - on a steamship run as Christ would run one will find -treasure INFEST ITALIAN QUARTER PRACTICALLY , ALL INFECTEO RATS COMB FROM THAT DISTRICT.' By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO.'Sept. 18. At a meeting of the health board today, Health Officer Gunn reported on the bubonic plague as follows: Total number. of cases to date, 32; deaths, 19; suspects under observation, 19. Dr. Gunn said that the bacteriological work done by Dr. Wherey showed that practically all of the infected rats have come from the Italian quar ter in the North Beach district. Su pervisor Payot attended a session of the board. He objected to a proposal by Dr. Huntington to address a cir cular letter to every wholesaler, warehouse man, liveryman and res- tauranteur in the city relative to the necessity of killing rats. Payot thought the purpose could - be best served by addressing a letter to the press. The board Instructed the health officer to append such notice to an advertisement he is about to insert offering the board's ten-cent bounty on rats. Drs. Huntington and Tait, consti tuting a committee, reported that they are ascertaining what accommo dations can be afforded by various hospitals to the 750 uninfected pa tients soon to be moved from the City and County hospital. ' DIDN'T KNOW HE WAS ELECTED By Associated Press. . KANSAS CITY, Sept. 18. James lngersoll of Pocatello, Idaho, presi dent of the Uncle Sam Oil Company, testified today that he knew abso lutely nothing of the working of the company. "I jiever have been a stockholder, and never put any money into it," he said. "I never acted in any official capacity as pres ident. ' I do not know how much the company owes and how much stock has been issued. I did not even know I was president until two years after my first election, which I am told oc curred In 1905. This I did not know' sntll I came to Kansas City, from Pocatello, Idaho, this summer," In gersoll's testimony was a surprise sprung by the commercial creditors of the Uncle Sam Oil Company on the newly elected board of directors at a hearing before Judge Hazen, referee In bankruptcy. . " ' PINCHING W05IEN HIS AMUSEMENT LOS ANGELES, Sept. 18. Walk ing leisurely up crowded Broadway this afternoon and pinching every good looking woman be met, Andrew Loin, a! well-known hotel broker, created a reign of terror among fem inine shoppers. Many of his victims screamed, but he always evaded men whose attention was attracted, until nearly a hundred women had been nipped. Finally he began squeezing ladies and a patrolman caught him. Loin was locked up on a charge of disturbing the peace and will be tried tomorrow. Ke was not intoxicated and made no denial nor attempt to explain his emulation of Caruso In New . York. A woman who watched him while he pinched thirty or more and tried to call men to her assist ance, says it seemed to delight him to see his victims jump when he pinched them severely. MANY MERCHANTS RUINED. BRUSSELS, Sept. 18 From infor mation received by the correspondent it is evident that many merchants in Antwerp are on the verge of bank ruptcy on account of the : dockers' strike. Corn exporters are especially heavy losers, many millions of, bus hels of Indian corn remaning un handled on the quays. The National Bank of Belgium Is rushing money to aid the Antwerp merchants.