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THE TONOPAH DAILY BONANZA, TONOPAH, NEV., OCT. 11, 1913. TONOPAH DRILY BONANZA OFFICIAL, PAFKR OF NYE COUNTY. Publtahad every evening, Sunday excepted, by the Tonopah Bonanza Printing Co., Incorporated. VV. VV. BOOTH, EDITOR AND MANAGER MEMBHH KKVAIIA I'lttvMS ASSOCIATION. Terms of Snbucrlptloa hy Mall for lally Bnoanaa. One Tear 111.00 Three Month! 13.00 Nine Month .0 One Month 100 Six Month. 00 One Week SO Delivered by Carrier, S1.23 Per Month. 1 REWARD. A reward of $10 will be paid for Information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of parties stealing The Bonanza from subscribers. TO Sl USt H1BKHS. Parties who do not receive their papers, or who have any cause of com plaint, will oblige The Bonanza by notifying this office. All legal advertisements will be charged for. at the rate of 2.00 per square for the first insertion. There will be no exception to this rate. No affidavit t publication will be made until the advertisement Is paid for. ENGLAND HAS PLAN 10 PROMOTE ATHLETICS FOR THE OLYMPIC No advertising cut one Inch square or smaller will be accepted unless made of metal. No wood base cuts this size will be used. Wood cuts are dangerous to forms and press. Entered at the postofflce In Tonopah as second-class matter. Marketing Copper Ores The propoaltloa to establish a custom leaching plant for copper, gold and silver ores at Luning will be received with applause by the miners of that part of the state, who have been without a market for their product except by accepting high railroad rates to the smelters of Salt Lake. The leaching plant, it is said, will not interfere with or compete with the Gunn Thompson furnaces in the Yerington section, as the Liming plant will take care of ores running 5 per cent and upward in copper content. . As soon as the plant is installed the prospectors and operators who have occupied the Luning field for the last ten years will find a cash customer for all the ore they can produce at a minimum of cost and with out paying tribute to the transportation companies. This should furnish employment to a thousand ben In a territory tributary to Tonopah and serve as a general stimulus to business. Here Ib where the miners and operators will look for their supplies, and here the citizens of the upper end of Mineral county will look for labor and machinery. Development of the Luning district has been a slow process, and ap parently hopeless, but, like all new districts where the industrial metals predominate, the territory has come to the front with thorough exploration and the interesting of capital. Capital can always be found where the opportunity is present. All it needs is to have the conditions sifted down to concrete facts and cleared of all theories and assumptions. This takes money, and the average pros pector cannot procure money for exploration without surrendering a large percentage of his prospective profits. Thus it becomes a question of the wisdom of parting with a portion of a given area or holding on until a distant day when others develop adjacent claims and all claimholders share In the advent of prosperity: A give-and-take policy Is always the best in the long run, and the man who chooses to part with a fraction of hiB ground is more likely to find capital than he who insists on the man with the money making the overtures. i Heavy Immigration Arrival in this country of a larger number of immigrants for the past fiscal year than tor any other of the ten preceding years excepting one, is a fact which is causing some people to do a little thinking as well as ask ine nertinent questions. Doea It mean a rising tide, of prosperity that 1,197,892 immigrant aliens were admitted to the United States in the year ended June 30 last, compared with 8:58,172 in 1912. with 878,587 In 1911 ana 1,285,349 in 1907. when the climax of the inward movement was reached and broken up by the collapse of business with the panic of, that autumn ' Or does it, as in 1907, point to the crest of a prosperity wave soon to break? In Julv. 138.244 Immigrants were admitted, compared with 78,101 a year ago and 51,737 In July. 1911. July this year received more than the total of that month in 1912 and 1911 together. Hitherto there have been only four years prior to 1913 when more than innnnnn immigrant alit.na were admitted to the United States. Whether the fiscal year 1913, which ranks with the five big years, is going to be only a temporary high-water mark, as was that of 1910, after recovery from 1907, still remains to be seen. There is little lack of employment anywhere in the country just now, except where people are on strike. These disturbances are only incidental and are just now rather rare. The south is taking direct Borne large com panies of immigrants. The demand for unskilled labor is Bteady and there Is a good deal of work going on where this class of employment is in demand. The lumber camps are making provisions for the winter's work. Some construction work is being taken up and many manufacturers and mines are in a position to absorb considerable numbers. Mail order systems are growing. FirBt came the money order, then parcels poBt, C. O. D. deliveries and banking by mail. Now the drummers want the right to vote by mail, and there is more than a betting chance that they will find early relief from disfranchisement. The public is only waking up to the value of the postoffice department as a vehicle for ordi nary business, and it is not Improbable that, before another president is seated, government ownership of telegraphs will be broached. Newlands Is on his way to appease the cry of his henchmen for some argument to overcome his standing on the tariff question. He shouldn't worry. He will have plenty of time to explain. The chances are that he will take the southern route to avoid the wool growers of Elko and Hum boldt counties who listened to the lure of the siren in the last election. Pittman showB no anxiety to come back to his constituents. The diaphanous gown has a powerful influence. In Lima, Ohio, a "blind" beggar regained his sight on observing a transparency enveloping a pretty girl pass the corner where he was soliciting alms, Sulzer is eager to make his peace, but he is a trifle late in. reckoning with the people. They cannot be fcoled all the time. Quality Is the True Test of Cheapness Price can often be used as a strong argument in some lines of business, because a cheaper grade often answers the purpose of the purchaser. But IN THE DRUG BUSINESS it is different. Cheap drugs will never take the place of pure, high grade ones. Quality regardless of price should be the chief con sideration of careful drug buyers. What you buy here in the line of drugs and medicines will be of right quality, and the price will be right, too. Right1 goods, right service and right prices are usually closely associated. Come here for Drugs and Sundries. (By Aeaociated Prens.) NEW YORK, Oct. II. A new plan prepared by the Knglish Amateur Athletic association for the develop ment of English athletes for the Olympic games at Berlin In 1916 hits attracted favorable comment both at hormne and abroad. It is proposed to create interest and enthusiasm in track and field sports in all grades of competitors from the school boy to the club athlete. A systematic series of championship games at standard metric distances is planned, beginning with public school cham pioAships and continuing through every classification of English ath letlcs tip to the national champion ships. The program includes: Public school championships Under the ap proval and co-operation of the head masters, and a committee from the schools to accept entries and to man age the meeting. County champion ships To take place in counties where they do not at present exist at metric distances. Triangular Olym pic contests Triangular contests be tween England, Scotland and Ireland at metric distances. Olympic field events To include these in the Ama teur Athletic association champion hips, and introduce such field events which are not at present included, If possible, to arrange for a two-days' meeting. Scratch races To assist A JEWELER JAILED CLAIMS HE LEFT RING FOR RE PAIRS AND CANNOT GET IT BACK. SACRAMENTO, Oct. 10 J. N. Phillips, jeweler, who has been in business in this city for a number of years, was arreBted this morning by Patrolman Pearl on a warrant charging him with felony embezzle ment. Gus Goldberg of Reno Is the com plaining witness. He says he en trusted a diamond ring valued at $l!50 to Phillips to be repaired some time ago and that Phillipa has failed to return the ring. Phillips is in jail in default of $2000 bail. affiliated clubB with prizes, provided they include approved scratch races at metric distances in their program. Such races to include scratch races during 1913 and 1914 for novices, open only to competitors who have never won a prize in athletics, ordi nary Bchool competitions not to count. A series of competitions at Olympic distances and events to be called Olympic novice trials. The events to be level, and open only to competitors over 17 years of age who have never won a prize at athletics, ordinary school competitions and jun ior sections of athletic clubs not to count as wins. On the question of training and trainers, the A. A. A. officials have announced that the question of train ing has been considered at length and it. was agreed that necessary ar rangements should be made for cen tral quarters in London and other centers, such as Manchester, Bir mingham, Cardiff and Newcastle, where an official trainer and adviser would be on the track at a set hour to advise and help approved ath letes. As an eraniple of the new spirit at New Haven, the Yale Basketball ts- sociation has decided to enter a var sity five in the Intercollegiate Bus ketball league this winter. The bl.ie withdrew from the league last winter owing to lack of interest and finan cial support on the part of the stu dent body. It has been decided, how ever, that in order to stimulate in terest in basketball at Yale it will be necessary to have the university represented in the league again. As a result of this decision Captain H. D. Swihart will call the candidates together at the end of November and place them in charge of Coach Has kell Noyes, captain of the Yale cham pionship teams of 1907 and 1908. Since his gradual ion Noyes has coached the University of Wisconsin fives with remarkable success. SEWER GAS one of the most dangerous pois ons known, and still many homes are filled with it owing to poor Unsanitary Plumbing. We take special precautions to ex clude all sewer gas. We use good materials and only skilled labor. We can assure you that there will be no sewer gas when we do your plumbing. NEVADA SHEET METAL WORKS Sanitary Plumbers RAPID AND RELIABLE WORK PHONE 342 Help For Inexperienced Persons This bank pays particular attention to the require ments of inexperienced persons. We aim to make their dealings with the bank pleasant and easy, and to save them unnecessary work and worry in connection with their money matters. NEVADA FIRST NATIONAL BANK TONOPAH, NEVADA. HAVE YOU EVER TRIED MOSES BEST FLOUR? DON'T TAKE A SUBSTITUTE. INSIST ON THE BEST. LOTH ROP-D AVIS COMPANY" NEW DAILY AUTO STAGE TONOPAH TO GOLDFIELD Leaves Mizpah Hotel 2:00 p. m. Goldfield 10:30 a. m. R. P, McKEONE FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 1 SPECIAL SALE EL CHOFO 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR RENT Two-room house, unfur nished, South St $8.00 Three-room house, fur nished, Summit St $17.50 PLUNGES TO DEATH DOWN ELEVATOR SHAFT Prouty's Union Drug Store We Pay Parcel Post Charge Within 2nd Zone SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10. John J. Johnson, superintendent of the printing department of the Sacra mento branch of the H. S. Crocker company, stationers, fell to instant death yesterday while visiting the company's warehouse, when he stum bled before an open door and plunged down the elevator shaft. Certificates of location on sale at .in Bonanza office. Assessment Notice Tonopah Gipsy Queen Mining Company. Location of principal place of busi ness, San Francisco, California; lo cation of works, Tonopah, Nye county, Nevada, Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held on the 6th day of September, 1913, an assessment (No. 2), of one (1) cent per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the secretary, at the of fice of the company, room 2G5 Russ building, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on the 20th day of October, 1913, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Mon day, the 24th day of November, 1913, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the board of directors. CHARLES D. OLNEY, Secretary. Office: Room 265 Russ building, San Francisco, California. s20-27-o4-ll-18 Tonopah Trading and Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSFER Genuine RocIO Springs Coal PHONE 24 1 FOR SALE. Two houses, close in, on same lot, modern con veniences, one com pletely furnished $1500.00 Three-room house, com pletely furnished $.",50.00 Four-room house, com pletely furnished $675.00 Three-room house, com pletely furnished $900.00 INSURANCE. Come in and let us convince you that it pays to be insured in companies that insure. S. R. Moore & Co. 106 South Main St. TONOPAH, NEVADA TONOPAH ASSAY OFFICE j. a. Mclaughlin Asuayer and ChemiHt (Successor to R. B. K1DD) Prompt and Careful Attention '31 von to Samples Dy mum or p-xp'-ttw CONTROL ASSAYS A SPECIALTY P. O. Box 7U - - Tonopah, Nev, THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA POWER CO. TONOPAH, NEVADA - 4 i FRESH MEATS FISH and POULTRY We Handle Only First-Class Nevada Beef TONOPAH-GOLDFIELD MEAT MARKET THE BIG CASINO SS?E5& j Big Attraction at Evening Performance Will appear in Ballads and Comic Songs. Also Classic J Texas Tommy Dancers MISS I)E VERNE GOLD MEDAL FLOUK - - A NEVADA PRODUCT FOB NEVADA PEOPLE Every sack absolutely guarantee d to tbe consumer. To be had at all stores. Ask for It and Insist on get ting this. Accept no obter as a sub stitute. McLEAX & McSWEENEY, Distributors. I linn fr r aT-t rmim mirr Mtwk 1 AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN'S DRINK NEW FALL HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS THEY ARK NIFTY THE BEST FOR PRICE SEE THE HAT WINDOW RYAN & STENSON (House of Quality.) cannot be too high qualified nor too pure. The wholesome flavor of our fine Rye Is a passport to its popularity with good judges of fine liquors. Every home should have a sup ply ot these goodB for the use of guests and callers. This high grade Liquor has also a high med icinal value, and it is recommended by the best physician, who und erstand its perfect purity and tonic effects. HALL LIQUOR COMPANY Incorporated WHOLESALE & RETAIL AGENTS FOR PABST BEER Main Street TONOPAH Phone 812 THE TONOPAH BANKING CORPORATION Organized 1905... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS A General Banking Business Transacted U Exchange bought and sold on J H Our Safe Deposit Boxes are AllParti of the World. j In an Absolutely Fire Proof Vault t Money Transferred by Wire and Cable to any of the Trlnclpal Cities of the L'nlted States and Europe. EVERY COURTESY SHOWN OUR CUSTOMERS "A HEALTHY FEAST costs the least money," and what we say of our nuts, raining and fruits applies equally to our choice line of cereals, dairy products, canned goods, etc. They are the very best and purest procurable, and those who live upon them can save many doctor"s bills, and lay a dollar by for a rainy day in economy of prices. RICHARD MERCANTILE CO. MAKE A NOTE OF THE HARDWARE you need and then come here and get it. We keep everything In the line you can possibly need and a lot more beside. If garden tools are your particular need, we have them. If you require some good new tools, they are right here. If houBefurnish lng goods are wanted, you will find here a full assortment of the best qualities. RICHARD MERCANTILE CO. SEND YOUR NEXT TELEGRAM OVER Hi Z-J3 I o)oiV J&L. Postal Wires Tonopah Industry for Tonopah Peopl e Foundry and Machine Works GENERAL FOUNDRY WORK. Catt Iron, Hard Iron, Bran, Bronie and Alluminum Cast-Inge. Repair work of all descrip tions. Our automobile department thoroughly equipped. CAMPBELL & KELLY, Inc. TONOPAH HARDWARE CO. Successors to Nye County Mercantile Compnny SOLE AGENTS 10H Mazda Tungsten Lamps Caloric Fireless Cookers MILBURN WAGONS Universal Stoves and Ranges j TONOPAH HARDWARE CO.