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SILVER .. $1.18 QUICKSILVER $102 COPPER ; 23ie LEAD ....!...... $6.00 Bonanza Tonopah Daily wEATHER FORECAST Tonigllt and Wednesday, Fair. PRICE 10 CENTS TONOPAH NEVADA, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1919 .XIX.N0. 93. VOL rim haiiHiiildli ilill lH ih 11 FAST mm w A NSON Qncinnati Gets Good Start But Fans MARTIAL LAW rl III 1111111 STARTS WITH A ROW ON RULES s Game DECLINES TO TALK , AHfTlatrri Press. POHTLA M ', Oct. 7 Replying to , Question r-i;itiim to his candidacy lor the ri'p ii'iiian nomination mr Wident, Senator mram jouusun eelared: 1 nave no imerei m he matter whatever. I am interest y Id just uno subject, wnen me in fests o( the common people of be United States are Imperilled. pis Is tremendously important jtpst In 1m possibilities for the tare. 1 am thinking of our own loiintry. In the eyes of a large por tion of the press of this nation, It ; reproach f r Americans to strive nr America. WILSON IMPROVING MUST STAY IN BED rim aumc nmt iLif RIG fJIFFRFNCF AMnjinfy 1 VI illy A...rlla Prassl if ASHINU I ON, Oct. 7. President Wilson showed further improvement today after a "very good night." He J Is anxious to get back to work," White house officials said. ! Rear Admiral Grayson will keep.M'i the president in bed some time yet despite Wilson's earnest desires'! to attend to official duties. Aaasefualre' Press, WASHINGTON. IK't. TEST UNDERFLOW FOR IRRIGATION I FIFTEEN IES ON ROAD I ARROWHEAD Judgfj R. L. Johns applied to the ponty commissioners today for a irvey that will Bhorten the dls nee between Tonopah and Arrow lead fifteen miles. The judge be- ves It would pay this county to fa the work as It brings Tonopah E iat much closer to a section that going to in. ike a large tonnage ( ore after the mine is fully de 'loped. Eventually the company ill establish a mill, but during the .instructive stage shipments will s made to the Tonopah mills where i can be treat..! without any special 'adjustment in secure a high ex action. The distance between the county sat and Armwhuad by the present e ii seventy-five miles, but by publishing a etit-off from . Warm Prinss on the Midland Trail across he flats anil up through Black can to Arrowhead nfountaln an easy ade may be found. The construe- :l would not be expensive as the wad la pretty even most of the f1' ni there would be a minimum 111, t, Inl-.t I'rr.al WASHING TON, (let. 7. To en courage reclamation ot Nevada's desert lands, the house today passed a bill authorizing exploration iu that state for underground waters to lie used for Irrigation purposes. The measure, having passed tho senate. now goes to trie president. T-'niler its terms, he secretary of the interior is authorized to give a homeseeker the exclusive right for i wo yeai-s to develop underground waters, and if in that time ho demonstrates the successful irriga tion of twenty acres, he Is given, il to acres for his labor. Peculiar climate and geographic: condi ions of Nevada were cited by proponents of the hill in urging it passu.'. They pointed out that less than JiW.orto of the 7.'!H.mK0 acres in th stu'e. had become pri vately owned under the existing homestead and desert land laws, but that if irrigation from undergrounil. were successful the state's develop ment would be rapid. lENlfli WARSHIPS WITHDRAW 7. Disagree ment over rules proposed for gov erning the industrial conference .alh-d by President Wilson resulted in the conference adjourning sud- tenlv alter Secretary of the Interior '. in Aesodsted rreas .,hins ... ..!.:,. I.W.Vir- V ,..,..v - F at Spaluto, Dalmatia, will be with drawn by Rear Admiral Andrews on orders from the I'nited States, ac cording to advices reaching Rome. It is reported that Andrews declares the I'nited States wishes to avoid I .omiiiicHitotis in the Adriatic and tin notified the Italian authoiiti. that any aggression on the part of Italian troops against the Spalato Trail zone will he considered as di rected against the United States idvices state, that American food Spnigo declared the '-onfereOfei .. ,,, he removed from $plato. I ane was elected permanent chair man. to me.it again this afternoon. As proposed by the committee, the rules provided that all conclusions anil decisions must fco arrived at by unanimous vote of-'ihree groups ..... ,..,itl lulwr- rind the ""'"r , complications nnhllc while the decision of each . individual group will be by , a ma joriiy of the members of that group. The rule, was attacked by John Spanigo, a delegate representing 'he public. I Sprago declared the might as well adjourn If the provi slon nf rules was adoiited whereby a ', majority vote of any group was nee .; asrt. Oct ON GIBRALTAR Harry Slimier, general manager . f tln Gibraltar Mines company. Is getting that property in shape for making application for the construc tion of a powr line to enable the properly to operate ai the lowest cost and with a maximum of efti ciency. The location of the Gib rultar is. peculiarly uivorable to the introduction of power lilies, as the mountain rises so sharply from the surrounding country that it would be almost impossible to transport any cumbersome equipment. as ' Wk work to pile no costs. The everything intended for use in the ffowhead district has been fully FSanlzed with Herman Reischke. wident who will be assisted by committee consisting of John Ptshandlar w a uj j i.t. 4 , ' . w. IIUV BtlU llUl r mine or at the camp has to be sent np the hillside on t lie hacks of jacks. The climb to the camp is an eleva tion of 1.200 feet. Slimier is nego tiating with the Homsllvor Mines company for a three-drill compressor that remains at Hornsllvor and. if he essary before a member of the group could introducea subject for discus ..., tin y,1.l..fai nn 1 rv tie ""' ' " !,-, Uali.cattaB said, because of the provision for a ( Jf minority expression. !,-,,.,, ii),ot acted on his own Hcai Vim o n! Andrews has not been in dmeied to withdraw from patrol of B coast, Secretary Dan I.. K.ni II the snips were won dia.wn - PREVAILS AT STEEL PLANTS Progresses CUK'AGO. Oct, 7. With federal roops in Gary, Ind , and martial law enforced by Indiana militia in Indiana harbor, east Chicago and the Illinois authorities are alert in South Chicago and Vaukegan, quiet reigned oday in the Chicago district of the steel strike. The union claims counter claims as to t tie return 01 strikers to the plants were in evi dence. WAR PRISONERS ARE SUPPRESSED (By Associated Press) CINCINNATI, Oct. 7 At the end of the fifth inning the score sood, Cincinnati 4, Chicago 1. In the sixth inning Chicago scored three times and it was a tie until the tenth inning when the Sox took the winning run. In the sev enth inning Liebobld replaced Collins in right field for Chicago. Score by innings K- M. t CHICAGO 0 0 0 0 I 3 U U U I j IU i CINCINNATI 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-411 0 Batteries Chicago, Kerr and Schalk; Cincinnati, Reu ther and Rariden. FIRST ARREST FOR COERCION Mike Skole. who is alleged to be me of the leaders, in the I. W. W. agitators was arrested last evening by state police and jailed on a charge of obstructing the law in pickutir.g the road to the liolmont mill. According to advices received, ikole was seen on the hill in the TURKS FOLLOW : initiative. ITALIAN GRAB PARIS. Oct. T.- U-pnenil Alipia ! BLAME fORKERS FOR INCREASE lit .,,. !ll l'r PORTLAND, Oct. 7. Following a nf I'urt land DOSt Of the Uuerlcau Legion at which a ilemand ' ' irlnlty of the' Desert Queen Sunday ...w .1- r,,i- nievention of the oro-: "iRht where he was accosting work- Hised protest meeting called for lo light by the "war prisoners defense committee. Mayor Baker announced tcdav that such a meeting would not : police , i tHaiii e lust OC ft" I III ST. PAUL PLAYS THE VERNONS l.u ll.o noo.- Tiirttsh prnn.f vizier. I ' ',""'.,"'f" ZZr' ..... I . ' -" ' " CITY, Oct. 7. Blame I tor the increase or street r.mu. j tares throughout the country was 'laid at, the x door of wage earners L.,j . .loimiiuis bv capital, by J ronstantlnopF Cis- ,aT(i prrtidtfot of the American i k'i,...iri Duilroml association, In an address today . to the association has opened negotiations with Musta ; ha Kemal. Turkish national leader, whose troops recently took posses sion of the strategic city of rTottieh. .ecin-ding to patch Turkish nationalist troops said to nianded by Kemal, seem to have pre cipitated in Asia Minor on a , major j acale, a crisis similar to which arose: in Dalmatia when D'Annunzio -seiz-ed Piume. l JUre. GERMANS TURN FOUR KILLED IN COLLISION IIt tMM.H'lttlt-d lrra LOS ANOELES. Oct. 7-Seven 0. 1 1 iii-nibcrs of the St. Paul base liall club, winner of the AmerieaS Association pennant, arrived today ,-oady to battle with Vernon, winner of the Coast league pennant, for the title of western minor league cham pion. The series will open tomorrow. rs with the supposed Intention of oercing them into refusing to work. I'he information was given the state who kept Skole under sur- evening untiy they i found occasion to make the arrest I The case was called in Justice ! Uriel's court this afternoon when j the prf-oner asked for postponement ' iwniMng the at rival of counsel who i will be here Friday to appear in the main case In the district euort Skole was released on cash hon.l j rurnlshed by Albert Modeen. former police officer, who Is also interested I in several groups of claims on the Divide. THREE FAT JOBS GIVEN NEVADA William E. Walker, of the iit'einol revenue collector's office at San Francisco, is his::, Hint; a branch rev enue office in Carson, of which E. L. C'onnell of Fallon w:.ll have charge. Ii venue offices will also be estab lished in Ely and To-toyuli and C. (). Booner and It. .1. McSlierry will re spectively have charge. In connection with the revenue de partment it. is j petty peticrally tm .lerstood ni f,-'!"ral ciic'cs tltut Ne vada will soon be cet off the Cali fornia district and have a district of its own, with William Kelly, now cond in command at San l'ran isco, in charge,. OVER TO REDS trains SETTLES DOWN TO TUG OF WAR the PCOLN HIGHWAY UVtK NYE COUNTY will be hauled over from the south The company has six tents erectei, ion the southern slope of tlibraltar III, AftftWlMMMt tr4Ml COPKNHAGKN, Oct. 7 .General von Der lioltz, conimander of Ger man forces in the Baltic provinces, i whose) activities there led to sharp. exchanges between the allied pow- ers of Germany has with 'Bff 1 north o Oakland today joined the Russian Ixilsneviit rorc.es. j accordfng to a Berlin dispatch. nuoting a Petrogiail telegraph III? tfe i"w IIAKI XKll. JCI i. Willi ... ir,. n,..ito lines operating on .r . .lnghT and ;r et cars scheduled to start j later is the day, this morning pasaeu without violence in the street car strike hir3. Four persons were k'1" and r"r wnen a strike- breakers, collided with a jitney .. ASKS HOUSEWIVES TO BRING DOWN PRICES SACRAMKNTO Oct.. 7. As the culmination of consistent agitation by the people of the city for "fair and reasonable" prices City Com missioner D. W. Carmichael said that he would take immediate steps to secure the formation of a house wives' union to boycott commodities which are selling for abnormal prices. Civic organizations and women's clubs have notified the commissioner that their members will join en mass NAME OF KAISER NOT ON LIST My Aniim-HII rrwal PARIS, Oct. 7. Newspapers an nounce that the list cf German uf- uciais and ethers to he ac,iured to the allies for trial is now vir tually rvuly for gi:lm;t.iiu to Ger many. The new.-. pa p ns deuiure the list does not contain the name of the former emperor, who will be deali with separately. injured, ft police reporte,. Key Itoipe car manned by HI Anam-lalr frmt o.v ,W('1SI'0. Oct. 7. With '-'' .......... .- . -J. refusal of employers to put tne in the noycou ui iorc a i"" wage scales demanded into . i . -0, In tl.A effect, the sliipyarus sume ... San Francisco bay region has settled .i!.... tr. .n endurance contest to- day. The same appueu io of riggers and tdt'vedores. the strike No confirmation has beois succeeds in securing this the equip-; agency. ment. which is mount, d on trucks. J received of this report. P- Carnenter nf iho Welwtar -UD. COrnorHtlon AnaMlin. ul t ,. - 'l'A ,iI. ' .-, i wnore it semom snuws. -"isiliie, savs tha northern anrt 1 , I.... air.,, .Hint ol a.,.. - v...., ....... Hm n no iiveu . uu.no i... f 1 county stands a riuiH ahnw ar Jetting the Lincoln highway, ow- m mads to thn f''' It Is proposed tq leave the fs1 hlghwav at i.n. mn,in n t0 Ioue n! passing out at PninW ,K . -. wt.ougn io ration. rnts are employed under .lack .Ionian preparing to drive tunnel. YOUNG B1SMARK STEEL PLANTS ould take the road out of 111. !. . 1 " """noie country, give a shorter ,e and cost lent money thin "la be reoulrert hv iho route. THP UlIlTu.a a i local obserrer rjnlted States v naall,.. . fa Bureau: Jsmpenture: . Ia.m cwrent 44 ;i bulb .. "" ive humldltT i 4(1 Sf 'njKjrtur Bxtremta Mwimum yesterday. SO Inlmnm ,...i. 4 . ".wiuaj4 1U noon B 40 2 ARE REOPENING 111, A....vlalril Praaal ,u,,r PITTSHU KGH, Oct. 7c-A nuniiHjr lof steel plants in tne rntsmuh" district are opening again today, ac cording . to reports froia company sources. Some are operating full time, others aw working ' part time. Union . leaders termed tbn efforts of the employers to start operations a "failure." CITED BY COURT 11R 83 48 aV LONDON. EXPRESSES CONCERN. LONDON. Oct. 7. Cortcofrn over the condition of President, Wilson was Mpm br Lonaon aewipaper foday. II T taaHlal4 rraaal PARIS, Oct. 7. Extradition of Coimt Otto Bismarck, grandson of the Gorman chancellor, I demanded .f the German government by court martial authorities at I.IIIe, accord ing to a correspondent of the Ex- eelsior. BismarcK is accusea m uv-1 Ing had fourteen Inhabitants of the village of Vivoigne shot as an example. C0BLENTZ IS MADE U. S. HEADQUARTERS ,BKnTrJtPTCohlenx will be beadquartern of all operationa for resumption, of trade relations be tween Germany and the United States, after the peace treaty be come effective, the Tageblatt aaya It Is Iproraed. . . ' SPLIT ON TITLES FOR THE NAVY HIT Aaaorlnlrd frraal WASHINGTON'. Oct. 7 The per maiieiit rank of vice admiral for Rear .Admirals Sims. Benson and Mayo is proposed in e compromise bill offered and favorably reported today by the senate naval commit lee. The president had recommend ed the rank of full admiral for Sims and Benson and this was provided In the measure as It uassed the house. v . SHIPBUILDERS DID THEIR BIT DURING THE WAR .Itr 4aHlalr Press, WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 American shipbuilding , efforts which com menced with the war, resulted to date in the construction of 1.468 ves sels, the emergency fleet corpora tion announced. TAKE EIGHT YEARS TO RESTORE MINES il PARIS -A commission ol vs.s who visited tne Herman ex p. Vdi n France, devas mines In nort. sr says it will ated during the vears to re- ;ake from two to eig.. news- store them, according to paper Gaulols. v. of food prices. More than 150 wo men telephoned the Instigator of the war against the high cost of living :n the first four hours following the leclaration which was made in the ity hall. liutter and eggs will le the first iroducts upon which the ban will lie placed The householders will efuse to buy eggs until the price has dropped to 40 cents per dozen: n cents a pound will he the maxi mum to bo paid for butter , NORTH SEA BARRAGE COMPLETELY REMOVED) lly Aaawetaapd Press! WASHINGTON. Oct 7 -Removal of the great North sea mine bar rage laid by the American navy dur ing the war, has been completed, was disclosed by Secretary Daniels Only one serious accident attended the work, one sweeper being blown up with the loss of several lives REGULAR ARMY OFFICER Lieutenant Sullivan, who was ex pected to arrive at the recruiting of fice today, failed to appear, having nlssed connections He is expected omorrow, when service may may t,iHl what information they desire 4 their compensation ana otner W reinaiulng in abeyance. . THOUSAND REDS FIFTEEN -AXEN BY OENIKINES PYRAMID DIVIDE CUTS GOOD LEDGE . Kiancis Moore is d. splaying as uys from tu.i l'ytainii! Divide mine taken from a two-foot lcUte at a depth of twenty fed which show values of $12 if., $11 JO and S to 75. The company is goii.tj ahead wi'.h the new shaft which was suck on h inner ground, to la out i.f the ash where tho first tin. ft v. as j-larlcl. This is a doublo rompa'-'mniit and lite company hits completed tho en tine room, bhukMiiith shop and is inr.tallini-' a gallow.3 fiame i.r.d ma chinery to push d, velo; T.ct.t. The Pyramid has el-vm claims north of the Sutherland and is now controlled by Pittsburgh capital which bought, in just before tho shut down occurred. DEATH OF HENRY ALDEN. fllT ImmkImIM Prewsl NEW YORK, Oct. 7. Henry Al ALL BIDS REJECTED. Illr taaorlalnl Prnal WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 All bids for the town of Nitro. West Virginia, th sole war time munitions, plant, were repected by the war depart ment. PERU PRINTERS STRIKE. Illr 4an-iatrf rn.i LIMA Pent, Oct. 7. The publirtv tion is suspended, of all I.iinaa newv den, editor of Harper's magalny I fjapera today as a result of a strike, wee in., suso nxwy. agea 8. lor typpcrapntcsj ampioyaA. The capture of Mr ao.'lairit I LONDON. Oct. . i operations 15.0W bolshevik! du eral Deni- around Voroneih by l. a a COnj- kines' troops Is claimed . -narters. munlque from general headq FOREST PATROL PLANE a FALLS NEAR MEDFORD iRr 4af-lnlrd 'rrs . I MEDFORD. Ore., Oct. 7. A forest fire patrol airplane fell near here today. One was killed and one Injured. AUSTRALIAN PREMIER DEAD. Illr a.M'ltr Press. SYDNEY. Oct. 7 Alffed Deakin, former premier of Australia, died BUTLER THEATITF TODAY GEORGE WALSH The Wm. Fox Popular Athletic Star In HELP! HELP! POLICE!' A Picture Filled With Stunts, Thrills, Comedy, Action. Also Mutt A Jeff Comedy & Pathe Review. Some Program. TOMORROW WILLIA M RUSSELL. King of Weatem Comedy-Drama, In SOfc1E LIAR" That's Sufficient.