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MfcTAL QUOTATIONS SILVER $1.19 QUICKSILVER $102 COPPER 23 '2c LEAD $6.00 VOL. XIX. NO. 88. PRICE 10 CENTS TONOPAH NEVADA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1919. fiS HUSIAN Ba a a K rs a WEATHEH FORECAST 1 Tonight and Thursday. 1 BAC D WITH SUICIDES MRS. GEO. HISLOP SLASHES T DEADLOCK HOLDS ON N STEEL piTTSiU'KGH. Oct. 7. With the labor leaders advancing the claim that all plants in the Pittsburgh dis trict arc crippled by the steel work ers' sink- and the employers main taining that more men are returning to work each day, and that the mills are operating nearly full time, the situation today remained the same as for several days past, virtually unchanged lR Iwhlii rr1 CHICAGO. Oct. 1. No extensive cuanRe in the general situation in the steel strike in the Chicago dis trict a noted as the walkout to day entered its tenth day. tCmrnfrnmiemrc ( Associated Prrs HKXh'O CITY, , Sept. 15 The , Mexican people's lack of a spirit ; of protest and the absence of pub ' Ik unification in the face of the re- ' ported imminence of armed inter vention is a phenomenon never he ' fore encountered In Mexico's history. ' according to an account of an inter view given to representatives of the ! capital city presa by Luis Cabrera, secretary of the treasury, as printed by the Excelsior. The secretary blamed the press j for this seeming lack of patriotism , but agreed, in response to the In- tervlewer s suggestions, that the si-1 lenee of the foreign office In regard I to International questions might be the cause for the Mexican papers' Mure to give this country's atti tude sufficient publicity. SHOW BETTER; 'Hi,ni"H,,,r PtmI LONDON, Oct. 1. While a dele tion of the transport federation ere assembled today to decide nether the 32,500 workers they rep- resented should go out in sympathy ith the striking railroad men of i 0rat Britain, the government's offj- j "i report, issued at noon, an nounced continued Improveraetn of conditions. GETTING RID OF AHls, OcL 1. The days of the Hdbug are numbered as a result of discovery that poison gas in tended for nse against the Germans MB be utlllied to kill vermin, ac cording to Professor Roux, director PaBteur Institute. " Is suggested that the gas or ttemicals that form the gas can be 'Pwyed into a closed room and left 14 Phyxiate the bugs. THK WEATHER I . 1 ob"er United States Wether Bureau: Temperature: Jam noon urrei" SS 53 Wet bulb 34 43 T RelUe humldltr. 84 48 Temperatnrt Extremes: 4 m i9ii axlmum yesterdajr. 45 OS lnium yesterday. SS 47 MEXICANS MAY ULX PATRIOTISM BRITISH ROADS DOMESTIC PEST nc NO THE GERMAN ARMY 'I'1 WoiM-lmd Prraat HKKUN. Sept, ;u- The German national assembly reopened today and adopted an emergency budget without debate (ittstav N'oske, min ister of defense, told the military affairs committee that the German I forces, which recently numbered tbo.tmo, are being rapidly reduced as enlistments are forbidden STOCK IS CALLED In the itlg for connection with the calling of stock of the Marne Divide Min company on the board today the fust ti since Incorpura- lion of the company, the manage ment announces that installation of i lie surface plant has been com pleted and all arrangements have been made for resumption of work pending settlement of the labor sit oat ion The surface plant consists of a ::o h p electric hoi.t transformers, power line, and head frame. Two hunk houses and a boarding house linn been erected and are ready for occupancy The shaft has been sunk, full ' double compartment, sixty feet, and has been in the typical Divide brec- j ia from the surface It is pro- p.is.-d to sink the shaft Lift feet deep and then cross-cut approximate- i ly loo feet to the intersection of what is believed to lie the Junction of two fault. Colics I'p to the piesent time, after due consideration of all conditions sur rounding the situation, the manage ment has deemed It unwise to list the shares of the company sooner, believing such notion to be in the best interest of the stockholders. At the same time, in consideration of the best interests of all concerned, j and in view of general conditions a' present. It is believed that there j should be no further delay in hav ing the shares or me company mil cially placed on the board. SALE OF CLAIMS AT ARROWHEAD Another big deal was put over to lay at Arrowhead where the Hyde group of live claims passed into th, of Al hands of a syndicate consisting Al. Thackery. James P. McKay, Mctioy of Tonopah and J. H. Goodman of Kly on a bond and lease which no doubt will be taken up before the expiration of the time! specified The Tonopah men asso- j eiated in the option are all well j known ami include the best prospect- ors and mine buyers in the state. ! Mr Goodman is a merchant of the PJlv district where he operates stores at Kly. Until and McGill. The ground 1 adjoins the Arrowhead and has rich surface showings that in some re .peels are better than what were found on the Arrowhead. The only development done by the locator be sides the regular assessment and prospecting work, was in a shaft whirh is down eighty four feet, show ing sulphides coining in at the eighty foot point. On the surface assays from float as high lft oun(',!S have bee nhad. The group was located by W. S. Hyde, one of the old timers of the valley, who operates a ranch on the edge of Railroad Valley. Returns from a cold sample taken at the entry Into the sulphide zone were received at 2:30 this afternoon showing the values to run from 112 30 to J2S.05 in gold and silver, with the latter values predominating. TAXI DRIVERS QUIT. SAN FIIANCISGO, Oct. 1 four hundred and fifty taxi drivers are reported to have struct, today for SO cull day wage toereea. MARNE DIVIDE Mrs George Hislop committed suicide this morning by cutting her throat from ear to ear severing the Jugular vein and dying insantly. Prom the contents of a letter writ ten last evening and addressed to her nister, Mrs. Nettie Teeter, Weenatche, Wash., it is believed the woman was suffering from tempor- j ary derangement caused by brood ing over fancied domestic trouble. Mrs Hislop arose at 7 o'clock this morning and proceeded to build i the kitchen fire as usual. Then t '"king an axe she entered the room where her husband and four-year-old child were lying in bed and dealt the man a stunning blow on the ! temple with the blunt end of the axe. Hislop was knocked uncon scious and the rest is onlv known from circumstantial evidence. A ( deep gash across the side of the face ' that cut clear to the bone, leads tu ' the belief that Mrs. Hislop followed j her first attack with another blow I administered with the sharp edge of I the weapon which left her victim weltering in his blood that deluged she bed Leaving the house Mrs. Hislop went to a shed or garage in the rear, where she was found dead The gash caused by the second blow extends from the right eye down th side of the nose to the chin, cutting into the bone Three daughters ranging from 4 to s years of age slept through the tragedy and knew nothing of what happened until they were aroused by a brother of Mr Hislop. who (Continued on Page Pour) threFkilled IN SHIPS HOLD SAN PKANHSCO, Oct 1 - Im prisoned beneath the sealed hatches of the China mail steamer Nanking yesterday afternoon, three non-union i stevedorse were asphyxiated with!''arod fumigating gases The dead are: "'v said if the unions 1. si.iu I Coraem an-, the industries of the I'nited J. Serocco. 30. When the hatches were opened j after the fumigating process mem- , bers of the crew discovered thewi,n ,ho word bodies of the three men. In the police investigation which followed the tragedy, Captain T. H. Dobson declared to Detective Serg eant John Mannion that the si earner is scheduled to sail Friday for the Orient, and that under orders of the quarantine officer all persons were ordered ashore yesterday when the fumigating process started. Captain Dobson asserted that four j of the ship's officers made an In . speetion before the hatches were battened down, and were convinced that all persons were ashore. Coracco and Serocco were em ployed by the Shirmer Stevedore company of 39 Steuart street. Sam ayoa. was to have reported to the same firm for work yesterday morn ing, but for some unknown reason had not been engagad. How he came to be ahoard the ship when the hatches were sealed is a mystery the police haven't solved. It is asserted that in the n()(js ()f the vessel the ship's offi- cers called out that the hatches were to be sealed and warned every one to leave the ship. Stevedores on the wharf told the police that they believed Coracco and Serocco were hiding from the timekeeper and that Samnyoa was keeping them company. The three bodies were taken from j the hold of trie snip to tne morgue BREAKING THE LINES OF THE BOLSHEVIKI lit tn'lle rrmi COPKNHAGKN, Oct. 1. The breaking of bolshevik lines in Bu- lata by troops of the Finnish Gen eral Itallcovich, Is reported In a Hel singfors dispatch. LABOR MEN WANT PARLIAMENT CALLED lilt iHWlMtl fHMl . , LONDON, Oct. 1 William Adam son, chairman of the labor party in parliament and leader of the opposi tion there, has telegraphed Prime Minister Lloyd George asking that parliament be summoned Immediately. HROAT - . - - Cincinna From i VOTE ON TREATY II . WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 liepubltcan '' democratic senate leaders agreed today to begin voting at L' o'clock '" '" " amendments to the Peace treaty by Senator Fall, repub '" an. proposing that the I'nitcd States be not represented on the in- liTIlllt inliiil the tivalv sinus fieaU'd by . ill, .M-Ileil I'rea. I WAS; 1 1 NG'l'oN. o t 1. D.-nying :thal the I'nited Stales steel eo-p. il lation had mistreated its men as : chart ed by union labor leaders. .Indue Klbert Gray, chairman of th" , corp'. ration, told the senate commit tee investigating the steel strike ilia: in his opinion there was no ! industry in the world which paid ; larger wages than his company, j it had biN-ii charged that during i I tie pending strike subsidiary con p.inies had ts-en guilty 01 an and mistreating employes.' king sa.d : Garv. "There is not vestige or tiuih in that statement." he ontrul States n'";"' '"'lv a,1,i t,U! " production It means th company cannot keep up in the ra, It means the con dition, I fear. I-.'ngland is In today OFTHEEXPORTS l II r 4MiM-l(t(rd I'reaal WASHING I ON, Oct. 1 Th" ( I'nited States trade with foreign J nations has grown enormously and will reach ? M.;,o.i,oini,ou0 a year with I the balance in favor of this country j in excess of f 4.000, ooe.OOU. is tin report of the department of com meive for th" year ending Au gust ;;i. PARIS SUICIDE SON OF LATE OFFICE SEEKER CHICAGO, Oct 1 Krnest C. Ladd, reported in Paris dispatches yesler- day having shot a young woman and then ended his owu life in a cat'i was a Chicago insurance broker and a son of the hue Charles K. I.add of Kevanee who in 100' was a candidate for the democratic nom ination for governor. His wif and 2-yeur-old daughter reside at Angola. Hud. .Mrs. I.add said today she had expected her husband home from Europe soon. RUMANIAN CABINET WILL NOT SIGN TREATY illy aMulalr Prml VIKNNA t'ept :;o Rumanian dis patches announoj' that General Val toianu. former minister of public works, has completed a cabinet of which every member announced his adherence to the policy of former Premier Ttratinno in refusing to sign the peace treaty in Its present form NORMAL CONDITIONS. (Ilr ta.'laf-it Itml FlliMK. Oct. 1. Normal conditions have been restored at SpaLate, where street fighting occurred between Italians and Croatians. The feeling between the two races, however, la reported quite hitter. NEXT THURSDAY HIGHEST WAGE IN THE WORLD GREAT GROWTH t w ins first Game c (By Associated Press) REDLAND FIELD,' Cin Oct. 1. All seats were filled and the field in front of the right field bleachers served for standing room for several thousand fans when the Cincin nati Reds and the Chicago White Sox entered the field for the first came of the world series championship. Reuther ' onened in the box for Cincinnati, and Cicotte for Chicago. Wilkinson was later substituted tor Licotte at the end ot the sixth inning, when the score stood: Cincinnati 6 and Chicago 1 . . ! The attendance by turnstile count was 35,000. Score by Innings-- R- H. E. i CHICAGO" 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 6 1 CINCIINNATI 10 0 5 0 0 2 1 0-9 14 2 Batteries--Chicago, Cicotte, Wilkinson and Schalk; Cin-I ... cinnati, Keuther and Wingo. ROYALTY BUSY HAULING FISH I M. HIi.M-ltll rtl I'fMBI LONDON. Oct 1 .nil lines down as a result of strike which today eii ih dav dike wa a iimtoi ho r through esterd.iy while an earl i-ininf fe.ii ' seat in a the I. I. (Hi ef f:h from WILL BE JOBLESS It' e.iti'lutetl I'rrHKl . I.ASGi V, o, t 1 lloliei-t Siaiilie. '. ! ', .f :! iti-:: :.!. mm.-r-. is ;nm- ,r t"'1 tie- :a o '-:u"'it d.-uiallding di- i . - -1 ai ' ion in tie r nt labor con- r In i- . ;,iedic.-d today that 50 per ceM id the uiaii'ial woikers of I'.ritain would be idle within a week NEW WORD COINED BY AN ACCIDENT II, MNfM-lMlril I'rrMi LONDON. ' in; 1 London news h t r. '.sniil s j. depatch- la;i dlMiipi d out sev in sending the words Wren" i" a news item 'l.e two words were ah o "schoolren." News i:ie writers, always vigi "Aly coined words, have ' --c ooldren" and it may :'gemy vl; e- ,.n tick ol-il letters ,,i;ooI child iecentl Ti, breviaied to paper lieadli: hint bo- ni' Seized IIOo'i ' now be se,-n don press. p'lintly in the Lon- BERKMAN ENDS TERM IN THE FEDERAL PRISON H MNM-Iniri! I'lrnsl A l LAN I A. Oct 1 Alexander llerlviiian. who was convicted with l-iiinia Goldman of conspiracy to ob truct the annv draft, will conclude his term in fedearl prison here to il" announced that he will day later bo'h t ion. sia. h ,ve for New Voi k where ai 1 face charges of deporta Herkinan is a native of Kus- SEPTEMBER WAS NORMAL WEATHER IN TONOPAH According to the monthly report of J C li. r, . I iiited States weather observer, the mean tempor al ore for tti" in ' Jt; T t i ended was 6.1, which was alsiat normal. The max imum was SJ and the lowest was reached last night as 33. The pre- I cipitation was .."it with a trace of snow. The wind movement was fierce, registering 7.071 miles, with a maximum velocity of thirty-four miles on the 8th. Two thunder storms occurred during the month. HALF OF NATION FROM EAR hicago; Score 9 . it COSSACK CHIEF OFFERS APOLOGY lt laftiH-tRlrd CrrMt W S KINGTON. Oct 1 Hons li.ikline lei'f. Russian ambassador, in formed the state lepartment that General Loaie d t, Uussiati command . i in Siberia, had aoim;ii''-d to Ma jor Graves, commanding the nieri can toives, for the incident a; liauu. Siberia involving the urre:t by a.ks of an American officer and enlisted man, and the flogging of the latter The Uus.sian ambassador also said General Kazailoff promised to de mand the punishment of troops which ' were guilty of the mistreatment of Americans WALKING STUNT illy HBiti-lmrd l'r , OVKI.AND. Oct. 1. Following a .mass meeiing early toii.i ih" jiiat loiui men of the Oakland Traction ; and Key route systems voted to re j fuse the arbitration offered yester j day by the companv and went on strike No cars ran this morning. : "We will have the system running j in a few days." Vice President Al her of the Key Koute system said "We have plenty of men " i PRESIDENT HAS A j RESTLESS NIGHT; 'II, aM-IHIrl l'rwi WASHINGTON Oft. 1 After a silc night President Wilson fell asleep during the forenoon today and arose late. Hear Admiral Gray son, his personal physician, this aft Lrnoon said: "The president had a j restless night, and consequently is heeling somewhat Jaded today." ROYAL BELGIAN COUPLE COMING TO THE COAST Ilr 4fl.iH'ltir(t Prtpsaf U SHINGTO.V Oct. 1 After visiting the I'nited States on a tour that will carry them to the Pacific coast. King Albert and Queen Eliza beth of Belgium will arrive in Wash ington October 24 and be the guests of the president and Mrs Wilson at the White house. AUSTRALIAN UNIONS STAND BY AMERICANS iit ..imi irfflci SAN PHAN'tTSCO, Oct 1 The or ganirod stevedores of Australia and New Zealand will refuse to handle the cargo of any vessel loaded here by non-union men. according to an announcement here of officials ot the stevedores' union, which is on strike. OAKLAND DOING TO 50.0 STOP WORK AT THE BAY TO I 00 MEN llf Anno.-latril Vrnm SAN KKA V i.-i o. oct 1 --Fifty ihousand (:'. m the shipyard and ncoract -': ; ..( the Prau cisco bay region sirtnk today, fol low, oj a pr. p ! f.'wi-tis'o:i of thw !-. ,..!. , -1". : , i.l l.y lie I'll It ed SUIes nllipp ' .: d The ship- nng board. .:. i i.;!r announce ment, said t!,.- .mcei wage might l.e j aid if tt., i : - t was n-it ioicnl to lie" ' i.i .i way h Metc.i - :, ; of the Cali fornia Me: a I T. . ,is.. . i ' i r 1 . said tlie wage i : . . - - i a-l"d by the -hifyards a .,- -!,. a:: t!,e pay- ineni of :-'. ud.i:ti :.al daily In h- Soi Friv-.o r-.ci.-ii. ill) U. l I'rt-.i Portland Ya Ion 11. AN 111- Portia!,. today as o'Cunuell. I snide- d:v.s,. ids of rating James metal .:, fed night. showed intra"! lildii..: f the I'niou e V,- of lani - 'r, Mr J nt t oi-lft In) 1'ri.ni at Long Re:ic'i. I. OS NGK!.!.S o, er :!' !lil" ,l!-i- N1, .oil'.: I '.each and Sum uiid tig plants s:rn- i n . e denial. is 1" w . A nun: at the :i sh:p Tacorra Yards Open. T V'UM . Ot T 1 P w tin :0 ' MINNESOTA MEN I QTD1WC t, l.tM'tniril fTfmmt FJ.A. M.nn , if 1 a $i'i wage, eight hours - P"!nar.iii::g a day, aholi- ',! ,' - yst"in. o id. -is from v.-d by the c !n!"ir:y, a :i s'iKidhiry, .1' t!i r :nl lr fioo men oijv.-r Iron Mir I'nited Steel eorpi struck last ni.it. BUlLtfJ TMEATIvr X TODAY THEDA BARA In WHEN MEN DESIRE" Thrilling Drro-na Packed With Heart-Throbs and Adventure. Also Ford Educational Weekly TOMORROW LILA LEE, In "SUCH A LITTLE PIRATE" A Story gf the Deep. Hart Friday imv coooc O A 9 Friday Wm. S.