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THE TotJOPAH DAILY BONANZA, f ONOPAH, NEVADA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912.
ToNOPAHj Daily Bonanza Published srsry evening, Sunday excepted, by the Toaopab. Bonanza Publishing Co., Ine. W. W. BOOTH, Editor and Manager Member Nevada Press Association. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BY MAIL OaeYea 111.00 I Tkree MeatW - - - S3 SO NmUMtb 10.00 I OaeMaata US S.aMeata. S.7S I OeeWeek .30 Delivered by Carrier $US Per Month $10 REWABD. A reward of 110 will be paid (or Information i bat will lead to tbe arrest and conrlctloa of parties Healing Tbe Bonanit from subscribers. TO 6CBSCRIBERS. Parties wbo do not receive tbelr papers, or who hare any cause of complaint, will oblige Tbe tt..uania by notifying this office. Ne advertising cat, eae well qar. er aamaller. will be accept1 nltM mmdm of No weea bM cats ef tbi eiae will be wam4 Waod cot. ara daaeeree to fm an All IfRal ail verusements will te charged, for at the rate of 12. per square for the first insertion and $l.t0 per smiare for each subsequent Insertion. There m'ill be no exception to this rate. No aflWlavft of publication will he matte until ttie advertisement Is paid for. Kutered at tbe Pcstoffictt In Tonopab as 8ecood elasr Matter. for President 1912 WILLIAM HOWARD TAPT, Of Ohio. thousand the shop hold that chopping district if London. However, )!u? mills f justice have begun to grind and the magis trates will impose severe sentenets as long as the trouble lasts. The seizure of the suffragist war fund, amounting to a hundred pounds sterling, will amply reimburse keeiKTS for their losses if the eourts it can be distributed for that purpose. Citizens of the tinted states eau learn some thing from the aetion of the crowd that wit nessed this last outbreak. The .onlookers sur rounded the half-dozen women who had broken the windows and detained them until the police took them ia charge. Anv citizen is possessed of full police powers to make arrests on view when he is an actual witness of the commission of a crime or high misdemeanor. When exercised promptly and properly this authority is of great service in maintaining the peace. It is a reflec tion on either the courage or the intelligence of the people of this country that more firrests are not made in this way. These militant suffragettes have evidently lost whatever sympathy and support they once re ceived from the people of London. When they limited the field of hostilities to the approaches to the houses of parliament and reserved their am munition for the members of the cabinet, the average man was amused. 5ut wilful destruction of property of shopkeepers who had nothing whatever to do with the case, has aroused all law-abiding people to line up in opposition to them and to applaud the magistrates for their severity. The latter displayed good judgment in handling these cases. When the assaults were confined to public men great care was taken not to impose punishments that would enlist pub lie sympathy for the transgressors. The women who chained themselves to the iron fence around the parliament buildings and resisted the police were treated as a joke. Hut the effort to laugh them into their senses failed, and the majesty of the law is now being firmly upheld without re gard for wealth or social position. Colonist Tickets to Nevada Greatly Reduced On Sale March 1st to April 15th, Inclusive. tYg! T- -V 2i ,Mmet P-.mt Chicago - - $37,15 St Louis, New Orleans - 36.15 Kansas City, Omaha, Houston - - 29.15 Denver Colorado Springs 29.15 From ether points at correspondingly low fares. TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELO RAILROAD COMPANY TONOPAH HARDWARE CO. (iool. Standard, Stable Hardware and House hold supplies at prices defying competition. Extraordinary Bargains In Stoves and Ranges of the Best Known Makes PIONEER DAIRY Fresh Milk and Cream -Quality U Our Motto" PHONE - U44 If (inventor Odd ie does not take Brother Montrose of the Carson News out in the allev am whisper in his hearing socket, "Your off your trolley; whistle for the derail," the people of the southern section will be calling for the resignation of State Bullion Tax Collector Adamson anil a couple of democratic county officials of Nye coun ty. Montrose has gone mad over the humane way Warden Uaker has been treating his men; he actually fed them pie one day, and on another occasion served them with rice pudding. For all this the News editor wants Baker's scalp. If the Carson pencil-pusher continues to rave, it will be necessary to call tit the state police to quell the iniuiity "Monte" from marching on to the state prison and taking that branch of the state government ami s'-lting up a monarchy for him self. Keep cool, ".Monte." you become excited without reason." 1 laker is going to remain warden of the Nevada state prison, unless Oddie votes to Hpi-oii t a democrat, and this he cannot afford tc do. So there, now, little boy "Monte," be good and run away and play. An Elko jury convicts a white man for ram bling, and the next day Judge Somers sentenced uie white man to one year in the penitentiary, and that same afternoon dismisses an indictment against a Chinaman who was plaving for money ... i... ......... ,i. . i , . ... t ... nn- wuiit- name mar causeu tile white man s downfall. Kvidently Judge Somers believes the white man is inferior to the yellow man. Nye county officials believe in letting the white rascals go Scott free and convicting the ignorant for eigner when it conies to gambling. The Bonanza did not approve of the appoint liieni oi nay tsaker of Keno as warden of the slate prison, but it is compelled to acknowledge in all fairness to him and to the taxpayers of the state, "that he has made good." and this cannot ie itemed. It seems he did wrong last New i.Jie'w hv irii iiii, i...t,- .. ........ t. 1 I ' - ' ". ni Kiaie mrney mru to a oeno eonor ami not donating a gobbler to the Carson News editor. Now the Carson editor wants i saner nreti trom the war.Ienship. Funnv, ain't it? ITALY'S WAR. all as kin lespont . Slimy ot the dispatches makes nlam thai nai is not quite so enthusiastic about the war miiriit l... .i;. ...... i .i ... 111,11,1111-0 o 110 u rrtu riiin. u,ia when the measure came lip to ratify the annexa 11011 ot iripoli and Cyrenaccae. which the of Italy had already proclaimed vne meniDcr had the boldness to point that the war was costing $400,1 NX) p,.r ,iav nn,i t))at in 1 ne opinion or i.eneral Caneva, the commander- m-ehiet ot the forces 111 Tripoli, the army there cannot, lor many years to come, assure to Italy anything hut the coast towns -of Tripoli." Tit.. .1 ;,.....-;.. r . 1 l . .... ,11 .-.mo in 1 in- nni oca, 11 is said, was made to hasten the close of the war. the theory being that Turkey will sooner cede Tripoli to Italy in fin 10 rak-e tne risk of having the Hell opened and ( onstantinople captured. inn naiy is treading on dangerous ground mere. .one 01 the greater powers of Europe want anything like a Holy War. Kngland has a hun dred millions of Moslem subjects; (Jermanv has a great, many, and, moreover, she is extending a railroad ami trading stations into the very heart or ine .Mohammedan power; while Russia has million ot .Moslem subjects 111 Turkeston, Persia and even many regiments of her Cossacks followers of the I'ronhet. Italy is certinly playing with fire, and were any serious accident to happen her fleet, she would be absolutely helpless either to advance or retreat. We have never been able to fathom the rea sons which induced her to engage in this war. If Tripoli was a rich country, or could ever he made a rich country, we could understand why she desired the region just across the sea from her. but we cannot now. Goodwin's Weekly. art1 MORE SUFFRAGETTE RAIDS. Two months' imprisonment at hard labor for two suffragettes did not discourage some of the militant "females of the species" from breaking windows several days ago in (he most fashionable FOR THE WELFARE OF THE NATION. President Taft, by his masterly and impressive address on "The Judiciary and Progress" last Friday, established yet more firmly his reputation for sound reasoning and calm judgment under all circumstances. Ignoring the noisy demagogue who, in a rabid speech at Columbus some time since, sought to rain recognition as a third-term presidential possibility, the president dealt h with the wild propositions there put forward as prin ciples which the American people were asked to follow. Subjecting each to the acid test of rea son, he clearly showed the absolute impractica bility of every one. ! In marked contrast to the methods ami the .iiannei of the man whose mad ideas he inexorably exposed, the president appealed neither to the passions nor the fancies of the millions whom. from the platform and through the press, he ad dressed. To the understanding and iiitelli'enee of all he made his appeal, carrying conviction to every open mind. On the question of the preposterous suggestion for the recall of judicial decisions. President Taft dwelt at some length, realizing that the wide spread agitation for the reform of court methods makes it possible that even the most glaring and dangerous absurdity might gain some headway. His analysis of this particular fallacy left it with out a shadow of defense in the minds of all ex cept, possibly, the most rabidly unreasoning rad icals. Though the speech was delivered in the heat of the campaign for the republican nomina tion for the presidency, it never, in the narrow, campaign sense, took on a political tone. Again as in a thousand instances before, the president demonstrated the fact that the welfare of the na tion outweights all else with him. San Francisco Post. It may be that the new method of attacking the "money trust." advertised as "An Organ Recital ami an Address on the Money Trust," may add to the pleasures of that popular diver sion, baiting the Money Devil. It is not made quite clear on the admission tickets what music has to do with the "money trust." Bankers and financial men who are also a bit up in music have said their itlea of an appropriate program for the occasion would be something like this: John P. .Morgan Plays the Organ by request. Money Moon Rag. If You Ain't (Jot no Money, You Needn't Come Around. Ain't It Funny How Money Makes the Wheels (io 'Round. I Need Thee Every Hour. There are many other available melodies with titles more or less appropriate. Perhaps sugges tion will be invited from the audience. who found that the opening Philander C. Knox, dealing triumphs of dollar diplomacy of President Taft. article with under Wasn't it Thomas Braekett Reed who scribed Roosevelt as "That young man who cites the Lord's Prayer and the Sermon on Mount as if they were original?" de re -the . O. Boa 1242 Telephone 1214 FOIUFINE SANDWICH Good Liquors and Cigars CO TO THE C. & F. BAR ELKS CLUB BUILDING f, M. Coon Preps. C Ftltch TONOPAH NEVADA Nevada Day! AT THE .PACIFIC LAND AND PRODUCTS EXPOSITION Los Angeles, Calif,, March 27th, 1912 EXCURSION RATES: MARCH 23, 25, 26 Goldfield to Los Angeles and Return - $27.60 RETURN LIMIT 10 DAYS, Vi. LAS VEGAS & TONOPAH R. R, C. E. REDMAN, Traffic Manager, Goldfield. H. E. EPSTINE STOCK BROKER Quotatloua received from 8sd Fran Cisco Stock Exchange board. tf you are Inureeted la sou then. Nevada securities, writs ms. TONOPAH BLOCK. BLDG. TONOPAH NEVADA Something New "CMSCO" BETTER - THAN - BUTTER LOTHROP-DAVIS CO. More disturbing daily grows the situation in Mexico. The people of the United States, how-, ever, have abundant confidence in President Will iam Howard Taft's wisdom ami prudence and ability to cope with the situation. 1'nlike former President Roosevelt, he has no desire to achieve a little ephemeral notoriety by wanting to lead a regiment into the southern republic. TONOPftH TIDEWATER RY...... Nevada Day March 27th Pacific Land and Products Show. Goldfield to Los Angeles and Return $27.60 Going March 23, 25 and 26 Good Ten Days For Further Information Apply iSPUHD, C. H. SH1RT2, Genenl Agent, Pass, and Frt. igt, Whitmore Building, Goldfield, Net NOTICE Tho TonopaU Sewer and Iiralnage Co. wants a hun- dred new fervlre connections. Prepare your sanitary con- ditioiis now. Get rid of the filth and disease-breeding germs before the hot weather comes. It may gave the life of some member of your family. We will extend our mains anywhere and mako your connection on very rea- nonable terms. Bank Saloon While Secretary Knox was traveling in a guarded train, preceded by a pilot train carry ing fifty soldiers and a machine gun. a weekly periodical was being distributed to its readers was one by the peaceful the guidance Admiral Peary declares that when Captain Scott is heard from it w ill be learned that he also dis ovcred the South Pole. Admiral Pearv is per fectly willing to admit that anybody discovered any pole with the possible exception of Captain Cook. WALTER DRYSDALE PROPRIETOR THE PLACE To Meet Your Friends and Have a Pleasant Smile BEST LINE OF GOODS Served the Mat hat Affords JOHN 6REG0V1GH riClI.KK IN rACY ASiD BTAI'IJ ..Groceries.. Fltl'ITS ANI VEGETABLE!?, MM. POILTKT. ETC. IN BEA90.N. flNOPSH ... . HIV AIM FOR 8 ALE One sew two-bow power Wagner 60-eycle, stngli phase, electric motor; ttarter and fixtures complete Addrws B, Bonsota office. VAUDEVILLE Best Show In Town Picture or Act EVERY HOUR Music by Our Own Orchestra at the BIG CASINO The Famous Schlitz Beer on Draught Received by CARLOAD DIRECT OJSE OUR VACUUM CLEANER To exterminate dust and dirt. We deliver both ways free and show you how to operate it. Our charge i nominal, beins; only $1.50 per day, or $1.00 for a half a day. AT THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA POWER CO. OFFICE PHONE 112 THE TONOPAH BANKING CORPORATION ...Organized 1905... LNI1ED STATES DEPOSITORY, POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS Dr. T. A. Musante ...DENTIST... Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. I to 5 p. m. Office Roomsi 8 and 9 Tonopah Block OFFICERS GEORGE S. NIXON. Preudent WALTER J. HARRIS, Vir-Presidenl F. M. LEE. Vice-President EUGENE HOWELL, Cashier DIRECTORS GEO. S. NIXON, F. M. LEE, H. C BROUGHER, WALTER J. HARRIS. R. B. GOVAN, EUGENE HOWELL FRESH MEATS FISH - and - POULTRY We Handle Only Firtt-Cla.s Nevada Beef TONOPAH-GOLDF1ELD MEAT MARKET The BONANZA for First Class Printing