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,ah's Production, $1 13,766,656 Dividends, $27,255,01 5 MKT At QUOTATIONS Silver aa!4ii Copper t Lead - MOo T0N0PAH onanz THE WEATHER Tonight Fair; Wednesday Fair and Warmer Quicksilver : 1 Daily vou xviii No. 20 TONOPAH, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY JEVEN1NG. JULY 10, 1918 PRICE 10 CENTS SBEil UNITES W1T1 ALOES 0 0 a 0 0 0 S 0.0 0 0 0 0 E E nt Organized and lenfrai Powers Defeated - - . . .a . 4a A -- - v.-.va 4VAVVt.V BILLY SUNDAY OPERATED ON AT ROCHESTER New Governme iiffG Ltf BREAK ANY HOUR ( lly Aaam-lnlrri I'rraal ROCHESTER, Minn., July 10. William A. Sunday, the evange- list, was operated on for hernia at a local sanatorium. The oper- at km wan pronounced success-. ful. IN I TENSION ALMOST PEACHES THE BREAKING PUIN I urc inc. AMERICAN LINE tt, aMrlalr)l I'rraa.l WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY OS THE MAIIN'K. July 10,-Tlie ,,,( west and east of I'hateaii jaicrry. liere the, Americans hold wi.ons, has I"'1'" unusually quiet. bill it it believed heavy fighting tuny lak at any mommii. i,asi nigm be enemy anillory fire win far he low niiruial. American gunners main ,;nMl an inicrniittont bombardment 1 enemy 11m-". especially iu the re- i,ii of Mill 204, west of l hateuu Thierrr. RULERS ATTEND SILVER IDDIII6 B! All AIRPLANE lllv .aaM-lnlrl I'rraal LONDON, July 10. Kins Albert and Queen Elizabeth, of Belgium reached England by airplane to at tend the silver anniversary of the llrlllsh snveriegns Saturday 11 was learned today. FLUENZA OVERTAKES WILL I A M SPANISH GRIPPE PROSTRATES THE KAISER AND HIS FAMILY HI REPULSED SOVIETS FAVOR I LOCAL ATTACK HUM ALLIANCE GERMAN ARTILLERY AND FIELD GUNS FAIL TO ruHCt AN ADVANCE R) Aniarlalril I'rraal LOMXIX, July 10. (Official) -r.m.iiii miile activity wan developed early this morning by (Senium artil lery and machine gun in the region jst of Amicus front the vicinity of Villcru -BriMoiineiiux to Aucre. i.er nans deli-. crcil local attacks in the fillers -llrctonneaux area but were re pulsed. On I'm Inlanders front the British carried out an operation in (be vicinity of Merrls, northeast of Ni'iie wood 'by means (if which the line was advanced a short distance. Prisoners were, taken. i" )wUlr4 l'rraa.t PAULS, July 10 --(Official! -Artillery dra-ls are reported on a front north of Mimtdidier and south of the Alsne, near Chavigny farm, where French troops recently made lnroad on :Ue (Sermun lines. I Mr AaaOflHlrd lrra. ikwe Jul v lo Emueror William linn fallen a victim to influenza that lias been co prevalent in the (ierman army, according to Swiss advices to the Kpoea. These declare the em iiernr has imne home from the front because of an attack of "Spanish grippe," as It is called. Several mem bers of the emperors lamny aiso have the same malady. AUSTMNMRCE UN 10 FIGHT PUT IN THE TRENCHES AND HELD THERE WHILE UNDER GUN FIRE illy Aaauclalril t'reaat AMSTERDAM, July 10. A declara tion that the Soviet government of Russia would ailly itself with Ger many In case of Anglo Japanese In terveution in Huasla is contained In a Moscow wireless message printed in tlie Vienna Neue Freie Presse, according to undated messages In the Berlin Nikal Anzelger. illy Aaaorlalrd l"raa.l PARIS. July 10. Speaking at the opening of the general congress of the Russian Soviets. Holshevlkl Min inter of War Leon Trotzky said, ac r(,r,lm. in a disnatch from llasel "Russia Is on the eve f a general niiiiiurv aprviee innscrlntlon." Trotz ky also emphasized the necessity of Russia having a powenui army. II, Aaaorlalrri I'rraal uwimv Jnlv 10. Ita ians from tht. Trontino who were drafted by the Austrian army and made to fight nn.Lr Aniriiin banners under duress sufiered malteratment at the hands of Austrian commanders, according to the story of an Italian captain. The captain pointed to the official Austrian casually usis which imr tantiate the statement tnai women f iha Trentlno were mobollzerj by the Astrian forces for work in the trenches 1ST Of DEAD HOW EXCEEDS HUNDRED IIH iMMrlnlflt I'rraal VSH lenn., July 10. A reunion of the list of dead and In fjiureii in yesterday's collision on the Xaahville, Chattanooga St. Louis rail- y snows 107 dead, with a nospnai 'i1 of 80. Among the dead are 115 Uniden! if i Mtl neeroon LEADING AMERICAN AGE ANNOUNCED illy kmmmcimttt Pvcm.I I'ARIS. Julv 10. Lieutenant David v. t'litnnin. of Itrooklvn. Mass.. has forninlly become the leading Ameri can ace in succession to uieutenani Frank Rayllcs. who has been miss in,. Tune 17th. In June Put nam brought down seven German ma- i-hinoa ennall nir the monthly rec ords made by the late Captain Guy n eiiier ,wttHimMIM4 W III CROSS IRK REGULATED FROM NAT1AL HEADQUARTERS A very Iniflrc4ting rearrangement J "if tniiniifacturing depurl ment of ameriran licit Cross has jusi "'H fompleied. in future allotments 1 made tn ea' h chapter of the j"1"! niiinlier and kind of articles "' are Hxpected lo turn out In u time. 'I'ne government, n'ounh (he lid Cross, has contract " IH manufactcrers for sufficient "juifrlalR to ,.al.ry , ,,ft work as Wannefl at hoadiiuarters and every lniir is d(,w expected to go forward " sninotlim.H, and dispatch. Accord, ng in an official mil ice re W"cd by the, ,)n,i chapter the sup v',fx now in the various warehouses Mm the fniTi! P 1M,. evenly bal """d and if the above plan are """o nut. tl-ey nill remain so. t Is. there Is nut too many of one nicle am ,nn f,.. ,,r unoiher, but ""eh of all kinds lo supply any Jdile demand. The supply of sur lrl dressinm is esiiecially large J "" "ie pren.nt emphasis will he I'!11, on the niHiinlaciuro of hospital u . . . . .1 ........ renigee garineins ami nit d L,(l,1aJ n u ,iw. ,.,Lltiy it "trRii-al dressings will by no means couuiy-K qncita of garmetita. 1 hospital supplies and knitted goods for I he next three mont hs toiiows. The mini a of soi irlcal dressings for the same time has not arrived but Is expected dally. According to re port it will be comparatively light The iinarierlv uuola Is: 400 socks 2f,0 sweaters, UnO bed socks (outing f hi nm 11 r.illl hnvs' blouse suits, 1000 women's chemises, 5110 girls' dresses lace 6), 200 girls sweaters (age jji. ltiim irlrls' nelticoats (age 41, ini pa jiunns (oullng flannel), 30(1 day shirts (outing fnanel). That Is a formidable looking list 1,1.1 ihA wntnen of ve county will 1 have every garment on (hat list made by the rirst of sepiemoer ami or ! ready for (heir next quota. The To !nopah work room is humming with llnilnstrv Ihesp dun anil the Maliliat tan auxiliary la already hard at work niiilrinir nniitniitri and bed flocks. , lloiiml Uitiinluln (u nnlv waidnif for material to be sent them and they will start doing their snarei. in inner cemniuniiies knitting needles are clicking and warm sweater and socks are quickly taking form for our boys next winter. Now then, women of Nye rininty. put your shoulder to the wheel and push! TAKING OVER TELLGRAPII LINES IS AUTHORIZED WASHINGTON', J 11 ' 10 A resolution authorizing ihe presl- dent to take over tdloeraph and telephone lilies was 'avorahly recommended by the s?nate. Action was postponed. VII BELI GETS COED TURN DOW CFNERAL REJECTED . BECAUSF HE DID NOT BRING MORE TROOPS lly AMOflaltMl lrr.) lntF" Tnlw 111 Austria has de clinod to accept General Otto vou llelow as comander in finer or lit forces on the Italian front because Germany refused to send twelve Ger man divisions with him, says advices from a Swiss source. Austria, it adds, has temporarily given up the idea of revenging her.ielt , her re cent defeat by Italy. RUIN WROUGHT BY R0HI8IIN GEI5 115 DEATH BLOW u'Ain'(JT()M. Julv 10. The war iirnhlhltiiin amendment to the emergency food production bill, Sen ator SauisDiiry. or ueiawam, jm-nr ,i..nt nrn.temiuirn of the senate, ruled Is not germane and should be utrlck- en from the bill as an auempi iu ,rm-i,io 11 irnneral legislation appro priation measure. Jones, or wasning on, a prohibitionist, appeaiea. HEAVY RAIN FALL Th wnahmil which delnved No. 24 yesterday morning for eleven hours occurred between Sodavllie ana HiwiHes marsh, whore the water pour ed down Trom the neiievme section and covered the tracks for a consid erable distance and depth for almost 1 miin I'urr nr ine nroao euaee irnti nt ihn Southern Pacific rail road were washed out and showed several uelv eaim for stretches of iDn cn rirtnon fppi where tne roan bed had been carried out to a depth of 15 feet. For two or three miles nortiona of the narrow guaee were torn out and It will be several davs ho far traffic to the Bishop region is maiimnri Trip work will he done as speedily as possible as the rail- mud hrnnc it In tne enure Japanese- "hlnese crew from the walker lake uuiinn n-hpre thev wpre at tne travel pits rebuilding the section In that vicinity which was wasnen out tu-r wppkn sen Vrnm all indications a cloiidburt ,.,,,-ra Vioiwonn Sodavllie and To nnnah Junction and the tracks wpre completely covered rmm Knnnes ...uh in ih (unction. The annear- . .....nln wn thnt of a sluice !t in r " 1 , wsv through which the Pood traveled jnnnaiimi hi nit and grave) to a depth of about one foot and running Into ;!; little station, si me jum font nt Irsck suspended In .. i.j i y, rHWied im before rina eould pass over. From the y. iVia lnnetlon 1 decrlhpd rp.embllnr Jamestown after the flood. BOLSHEVIEil ARMY DRIVEN OUT STABLE ADMINISTRATION SEATED LAND IS GIVEN TO THE LANDLESS illy AMHOclHteil 1'reniil U)NI)ON', July 10. A new provi sional government for Siberia with unanimous support of the population, which will continue to fight the cen tral powers, has been established at Vladivostok. It is reported the new government intends lo summon the constitutional assembly and restore law and order throughout the country. The program of the new govern TWEHTY ONE IV1EH KILLED IU ACTION CHINESE REBELS lly Annwi'lnlrd rreaiit HUivr.MM InW 10 The North China News continues to publish ac counts from correspondents of the HeviiKinHnn caused bv the northern troops throughout the province of iiunan. One correspondent says: "Lliiug, a prosperous town, is now a heap of ruins. There is not a single nouse ihut pufuiiprt HhrnMirp hv fire or otherwise. The missionaries escaped only with aniicuiiy. Tanking, alter changing nanus four times, was effectively sacked by northern troops on May 12. The premises of the Asiatic Petroleum company, the Standard Oil company, and Singers were ibadly damaged and looted. "While great solicitude was shown hv a staff officer In . protecting a German mission, there Is a growing anti-foreign temper- inaniiesieu to ward the allied missions. Wherever the troops pass they spread ruin, desolation and murder." The News urges that the allies ihould make further insistent repre sentations at Peking and Canton 'senilis! the devastation of one 01 China's fairest provinces. HEAVY LOSSES PROVE OUR BOYS ARE IN THICK OF THE FIGHT II, AavtiilHIrri I'rraal WASHINGTON, July 10. Army: Killed in action 21; died of wounds, 15; died of disease, 4; died from ac cident or other causes. 3; wounded severely, 45; wounded slightly, 1; missing in action. 12; prisoners, i. Private Allman, of Lanare, Calif., was killed in action, and Private Willlam n nf Sphaaionol. Calif., was wound ed severely. Private Reiniehe, of Los Angeles, is missing. WASHINGTON, July 10. The government regards the situa- Hon in Russia as so rapidly and constantly changing as to make it impossible as yet. to come to any decision as what military 4 aid may be extended by the United States. This is stated authoritatively. ment includes liberation ot Siberia from the Bolshevik!, avoidance, if isliwiiir' AND IS GIVEN TITLE BROOKLYN AVIATOR SENDS GER MAN PLANE DOWN IN FLAMES 4llT AwwoHhIVc. Prrrtnl WITH TUB AMERICAN ARMY IN FRANCE, July 10. Lieutenant James A MaiucTipi nf Urnnktvn won his fifth aerial victory today, thereby be coming an ace, djy bringing down in company with Lieutenant Hamilton Coolldge, of Boston, an enemy two seater airplane over Chateau Thierry. The German machine fell In flames. Coolldge attacked the Germans first. Meissner then took up the fight, got in a lucky stream of bullets, the enemy plane bursting into flames. The victory has been officially confirmed. possible, of foreign Intervention!, universal sufrage, establishment Of provincial councils, labor bureaus and distribution of land among the landless. The flag adopted will con sist of two stripes of white and green. Thn citliDtlnn fa nnilarcrnlnv Imnnn, tant changes. The counter revolution assisted by tne zecno-siavoKi la spreading. The Bolshevikl are being driven westward from Irkutsk; and manv are endeavoring to escape Into Mongolia. - n nMiiiimn TAHOE RESORTS DACED CY FIRE BIG FORCE RALLIES TO THE PROTECTION Or SUMMER HOTELS RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST TRAINMEN illy AaawclHtffl I'rraal LOS ANGELAS, July 10. Federal Judge Benjamin F. Bledsoe today de nied a motion to vacate an order re straining officials of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainment and Hrother hool of Locomotive Engineers from interfering with the operation 01 uie Pacific Electric Interburban railway. BV FINJ RULERS (lly Aaaoi-laled I'reaal STOCKHOLM. July lo. ine rin- n:sh government has ordered all toiva uvnelleil from Finland before September 30th, and has instructed all communities to deny rood to jews after that date, according to reports reaching the Jewish press oureau VERDIC T OF JURY Tin EIGHT III READY TO GO AGIST BIG GftME DAMAGES TRACK AMERICAN ESCAPES . I mmmm Apnil I III! IN ACCIDENT CASE lly naoelnlril I'rraal I' Mils! Jnlv lo--Corporal Everett Itucklet. of kilbunt, 111., an aviator in the French service, who was cap lurprl hv Cerinans at Verdun, has escaped from Germany, according to a dispatch from Zurich. He reached Switzerland Tuesday. ITALIANS CONTINUE TO ADVANCE IN ALBANIA Hv laMiH-lntl-fl I'rraal noiu .lulv 10 -Italian troops 1 on the offensive in Albania are con- tinning to advance. Ihe enemy in vesterday's fighting was beaten back Iin both sides of the 0um river. TODAY AND A YEAR AGO. Official readings of the ther- mometer by the I'nl'ed Statei observer at Tonopah: '915 1917 5 a. m 10 a. m 12 noon Maximum. July ! v Minimum. July 9 w IteUtlve humidity today. S5 per cent till 74 at hl m ion iiiKtiee fiiinseuth. actini; as coroner this morning, began an inquest into the lleath of .1 allies DollieilicO by falling through an ore chute in the '1 onopah Extension mine. 1 he jury was enipanalled as follows: John Scurlork. Thomas Carroll, C. B Quiuby, Thomas McManus, William l mini William Learv and A. K. iti-Hiinri After hearini? the testimony of Ed Leine, who was with Ikunenieo shortly before his death, E. J. Bur gess, J. W. Brown, John Togino and Charles Young, a veruict was ren liired as follows: "We. the Jury 1 find that deceased came to his death by falling into the station pocket owini lo the hole not being covered over by the plank." Frank llarna was sworn as interpreter for Leine. The funeral will occur at 6 o'clock tills evening instead of at 4:30 a announced. ' DEPRIVED OF CHOICE .a... m . ..a.. .I WASHINGTON. D. C. July 10 Local draft boards have been advised that registrants will not have the mivlleup nf choosing the branch of service in which they want to serve by volunteering. JEWS BANISHED Illy Aaanrlltlrd frraal GRASS VALLEY, Calif., July 10. A company of soldiers from Reno, Nev.. and 100 men from Truckee, Calif., are fighting a forest fire which is threatening summer resort on the west side of Lake Tahoe. Ponain's and Hellman resorta are said to be in the immediate path of the flames. ISTHMIAN POLITICS II Illy Aaaorlalrd Prraal PANAMA, July 10. Decrees look ing to the betterment of condition in Panama and Colon, so American troops may be withdrawn, bav been Issued by the government, effective July 15th. The sale of liquor wfll be restricted and none at all will b tn anMlara flnllim traffic Will ibe outlawed and sanitary regulations 111 tie enrorcea. EXALTED RULEH B. P. O. E. I Hv i lnlril I'rraal ATLANTIC CITY, July lo Bruce A. Campbell, of East St. Louis, has been chosen exalted ruler of the Grand Lodge of Elks. MACNAMARA BULLION The MiicNamara Mining company ibis morning aent out its million shipment for the latter part of June In Ihe shape of four bars weignmg 123 ounce and valued at 17327. With the campaign for Hun killers only half completed and the recruit ing officers going at top speed, Nye county has thus far furnished tliirty- fonr men Tills is not' enough and there must be at least sixteen more before Saturday alternoon when tne drive conies to an end. More men were obtained- through the efforts of Sergeant Manuel Jef fery and t'orporal Sidney shoemaker yesterday than in any other day of the campaign. The hesitators in six different towns were interviewed by Iho recruiting officers with the. result that sixteen additional names were added to the honor roll. On foot, horseback and by automobile the of ficers penetrated every nook and corner of the county. They went to mines, to the few ranches in tins section, into places of business and on the street men were urged to iiiin Mia iliirj Sergeant Jeffery addressed the en tire iinoiilntion ot Millers last night with the result that the only three available fighting men in the town are among those who will leave To nrti;ih nn Snnilav. Corporal Shoemaker with Chief of Police Jack Grant took in Manhattan. li.ninil Mountain, .leflerson. Iielmont and everything in between and added i..vp men tn the honor roli. All told the recruiting officers traveled 200 miles in a sing'o day and used every mode of conveyance except an air plane. That Nye county will go over the ton there no longer seems to be any question and with this ill view the Nve County Council of Defense Is arranging for a demon-(ration on Saturday night that will surpms any thing before attempted in Tonopah. The lied Cross ladies will participate In the ixirade and dance in the uni form nf their chosen calling, the hoy and glA acouta. Ihe embryo soldien and nurses ot the future, will wish the boys God speed as will those grizzled vets of other wars who wish that thev might add their mite of strength to the struggle for world freedom and justice, the man oi fighting age and not In the draft will have no place in tne scneme im. things on Saturday and he had better remain on the lower levels. Following Is the complete nonor roll for Nye and Esmeralda counties to date: Jim G. Contis, Hedge A. Berg, Charles R. Bone, David Dononue, Robert D. Osborn, Edwin La Mantain, Frank Bean, Henry Heywood. Louis Francisco, John Yacotnelli, Shelby A. Smith, Joseph M. Webber. Thomas Martin, Domnic Gain, Benjamin r. Hargett. John Haggerty, Motor w. Lundhlom. (ieorgo W. Brown, ran B. Lelandv Andrew J. Begard, Mike rlich. Pasquale Del Tuers, Annie Kisine. Charles G. Moore. William. H Turner Clarence Byrne, waner . Lilionthal. Charles E. Tracey, Robert L Hudson, Pietro Blanch. Charles Wilson. John J. Jones, Elmer W. severs, Fred S. Peterson. Thomas W Trudgen. Jr., Will E. Johns. Arrangements are being made for a farewell partv and dance to Clar ence Bvrne. William Turner and Walter i.illenthal at Millers on Fri day night, and all their friends In Tonopah are especially requesieu w attend ill order to give the boys a proper send-off. Automobiles will M provided for this purpose and will leave the Elks club promptly at 7:30 Fridav evening. Among the Tonopah boys who sign er) up today were Arthur Robinson Brooke, ha'ggagemaster. and Roy Simpson, his aflstant at the T. u. depot. The boya have been very anxious to Join the odors and arter listening to the talk of Sergeant Jef frey at the Alrdome they decided this was a good a time a ay.