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WEATHER FORECAST SILVER $1,171-8 QUICKSILVER $102 COPPER - 23't LEAD $.00 Tonight and Friday, Fair. yOL. XIX. NO' 95 TONOPAH NEVADA, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1919 PRICE 10 CENTS Tonopah Daily I iONANZA j ifL tdf , l 1 j sffii , Laj J ij PROPOSAL Is MADE TO " THE "INDUSTRIAL FOR A TRUCE 01 NCINNKT M fc Defeats CHICAGO, Oct. 9. Pat Moran's men have taken the pennarit and Cincinnati, which had been preparing a big blowout for the Reds, will receive them with brass bands and the glad hand, since this is the first time that the world's championship pennant has flown from a Cincinnati flagstalf. It was a hard hitting game with few errors, con sidering the sprinting around bases, but after the first in ning, which gave the Reds four runs, Chicago appeared to lose heart and played a stiff game, but could not overcome the handicap. The batteries that opened the last game of the series were: Cincinnati, Eller and Raiiden; Chicago, Williams and Schalk. At the end cf the first, Williams was taken out and James put in after one man was put out, and he was relieved by Wilkinson after the first half of the sixth. S ore by innings E. CHIC AGO 0 0 10 0 0 0 4 0 5 10 I CINciNNATl" 4 10 0 13 0 1 0-10 16 2 HAY CALL OUT M, t.-,iai4 l"r OAKLAND, Oct. 9 Electrical work ri and union officials today made ktiown the decision to call a striko of electric workers employed by companies furnishing power to the Key Route system whose plat form employes are on strike. An effort will be made, Hurley, the electri' tans' representative said, to Induce deck hands and others em ployed on ferry boats, to strike mi less a settlement la effected with the carmen. A formal statement aaid the elec tricians would quit at noon to morrow. TAKE OVER COAL llr 44,ttaird Prnai U N DON, OcL . A deputation of British miners will call on Lloyd George to urge complete nationaliza tion of mines. This step will ho taken in accordance with a resolu tion adopted by the trades union congress at Glasgow which pledged conn '.as to co-operate with the. min ers' federation compelling tbe gov eminent to accept the majority re Port submitted by the coal conimis Ion which recommended shorter hoars and higher wages, suggesting nationalization, DISPOSING Of'fIUME UNDER ADVISEMENT KOMB, Oct. . Occupation of Plume by Italian regular troops was uggested today by the Italian coun e'l mlnlaterg, pending a decision of toe peace conference for disposition ' the city, according to the Epoca States . noon 46 34 30 THE WEATHER Wal observer United Weather Bureau: Temperature: lam. Current 39 'et bulb , si Relative humidity,.. 44 Temperature Extreme: 111 11 Maximum yesterday. 6 70 " ""nimum yesterday. 47 64 ELECTRICIANS IN OAKLAND URGING NATION 4 Chscaqo TRIED TO KILL Illy mlnlr.l Vrrmmi i;Lkl,i.N, net it. Huto Haaf-e. leader of the independent socialists, was .-.let today fifteen minutes be fore he ep oied to make sensa tional disclosures to the national as sembly in connection with the piv irnnienl's H.iltlc prov.tioes This t:ave currency to a rumor that an attempt against Haaso's life had a political nr'giu. but cross examina tion of Voss, his as-ailan'. indicated that he was actuated by motives of personal reve mo II, i,.alrfl I AiiOAllI) KIN t)i t II Snow whoa .l..vlii;ht port's tiam ea rmmt , Ai.UKKT'S TKA1N. ovct'ed the mound overtook Kini; Al- ast of Hiiier Creek. The kimt v.-as P at k short tramps alonn Yo, todav tliiwii and t the tracks tilts t'IKine niirbt and tine, f'fty s Th. kitm climt'e'l th'" ;,t 1'heVeUUe List t!.,. Irani to ! am dt'uV, eti 11 liUil li iiHtliitl rrM ('Hlt.AtrO, Oct .. I e.l ....I-.,- made atlOlllel Sell atenls 1 raid.- on the lion-" of radical leaders at ol 'lary liul and sele.l a qaae..'.. red flags, and iilut'.ou fire ann.- ary literature It was annoum e'i the drive on the radicals, wm that die said to be responsible lor no licit iiK. will be continued until the hist ngitaior and preacher ot -tin ..... i driven out. GOOD PRICES REALIZED FOR WAR MA 1 tKiAL (Correspondence Associated Press) tONDON "!" '1-TI'" eV"n h,, already realized $12.500. nnn hv the sale of war stores which It had on hand when peace was de ..j,.iu nf motor cars clareti. ii.o.vt.- k hnvp heen marketed at anu 11 u. - . . . tu- tn excess of tne price? neiiuf... ,iFinnlIv paid for them by He war office, owing to the great BERLIN LEADER KING IN CAB DRIVING TRAIN RAID ON HOMES GARY RADICALS W Nh! 10 to 5 THREE B RUMEN KILLED WHILE ON J FLIGHT , II, (.elnle,! Vrrmmt MIM'.Ol.A. "I Del a'. s hail be, II I; llh.it i four liter'. ,i I if til" ot sixty of the origilm planes definitely wore running and the status if Severn others remained unknown when army's great Hans coal ment a : race was resumed today I TDE 14 POINTS CAKiS l I. I '.' Ill Tlllk'-'l tla ill.lll-t K el'lllll' at has been ,,;- -iituled a: Konieh. s:a Mmr ami ssued a proclamation pfomi I'lf safety to the lives and pmpt.iiv ot all persons without distinction ..' rel.Rioti. according to a Smyrna d"--patch. The iiroclamation demands the application of President Wilson's fourteen principles to Turkey, do- ( I. trim; trie government supporters j will fight bitterly to resist foreign intet ventiou. 1 TERRIBLE ERA ill; tuwlaitil Press! SAN CKANClrii'O, Oct 9 --1 here i ate ample supplies of the most es-j lenttal food commodities to feed: the world until the next harvest but i there must he an increase of cit i productivity and readjustment of in dustrtal relations generally if a ter rible era of bloodshed is to be avoided. Herbert Hoover told a gath erinn at the Commercial club hero today. PRESIDENT OF MYRA EXPECTED TOMORROW 1. K ltiowne. president of the Mji-a Ibvidc, is expected here to uorrow to start operations on the property which has heen idle since the strike was called Manager i.owe has a full crew engaged and from this date development will he pushed with vigor as the president believes the company Is on the point of an important development which should put it 1" the shipping class. Developments will be pushed on the . r. ,,..1 ,1,.,, 17.", foot level anil n is expei ieu ....... lie crosscut will soon cut the main edge WAR COMMUNITY SERIVCE GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE The War Camp Community service and Home Service section of the American Hed Cross, 512 State Bank building, is prepared to render serv i, ,.s to ex service men, for add! lional travel pay, victory, buttons. ; ,.,,. pte There are recent iii'"...' ' liberal rulings on war risk Insur- ,n,e whereby it may be relnstnte'd within eighteen months BRITISH-! DELEGATE ON HIS WAY TO WASHINGTON 1,..,. luifrf Prffl LONl'ON. Oct fieorpe Ftarnes. nrlnctnal representative of the Brit ish Rovernment to the labor confer at Washlnfrton. la expected to leave for the United States In a tew d7. HIS DEMAND OE BLOODSHED I llr nan'lfitrr1 I'renftt WASHINGTON, (let. 9 An inline :lia'" industrial truce to continue Mt'V months and the creation of ;t 1 1 arbitration board by the pre ileal and coheres;, and immediate! at hit ration of the steel strike wer. ,'0,.i. confer IWt mil. Hi made to tlie industrial re, today. d l!aia:eh, chairman "f the 'em. made the proposal for - sirial truce while Samu Compe i-h f..der::iio president of the American ') of labor, proposed uridine id the cl strike The limit, "inplaterl an 'iniinediate s'l-ikors to work pond te of arbitration flavin -d a permanent arbi Hi-. i..s.i!iition which r.'Hirn ing th '1 it r, ti"l; "I I'dent-: ir and d iourio In the ..f nr.- submit' COOLER WEATHER HELPS PRESIDENT TOWARD RECOVERY i n, i Wii-,o 3 HI NO TON! ""Oct. ;r is Ciedod bv t's py.icans w'th 9. Cooler President a;Hing in his recovery wn ch eow bns reached a r.t,r;e where bp 'S able to spend part of the time S'tting up. The president still is prohibited from do ing any work. UKRAINIANS IN FIERCE BATTLE illy .naoiiiit4f rre" -I'VlilS. hit s-Ckrainian troop have I "en sm-eriac-d and attacked by the Kussian volunteer army and vio lent fij'.htit'S is in progress, aceord itip to t!i" I'Uiainian press bureau at l'.asle It is believed this en coiin'i t is the first to fidlow the r. 'porreil iha larai ion of war on Gen eral lion1-:!'!". the anti-bolshevikl oiiim.n il. r it: south Russia by Gen-: oral Simon I'etlura. the Ukrainian j mil'.iarv leader. m CRlS FOR i Tnw III !,,,' a i iteille heen decorated has Ciueire bv Marshal l'etain las tl.e reward for' valorous conduct j dining his stay in France with the l::.;th Cniicl Stales engineers. The I j i ro'-.. was ii'- eivrd yesteiday from , the -;r 1 1 ' j : a i ' m "ii I al Wash inglon I v. I' ii a 1 1 a iislat .'in of the French 1 1 ! tain ui sotMiit it.rth the reason for j I co!il'"rr ng this mark of distinction j I'he badue was received by the sot dier's mother and will be forwarded ! to him at lily where he has ben j euii'i 1 -line leaving' the- Tono I pall F'.te machine shops The as follows- citation 1 "l-'ir it No Mii.-rican "A non e.Ls s;..ir,..,:!ii Charles Rellley, ! , Co F. "l'Hh regiment, engineers. ommissioner officer of ad-mrare- He voluntarily ac a patrol which reenn- mirable c compaiiie noitei-ed Ami' tiarde, still occupied by the enemy, obtained valuable inform ation com -online the destruction of bridges and attacked an enemy pa trol three times the superior of his patrol in number. -He captured a fierm'a 11 spv who was trying to es cape and be saved his captain by fereine under cover an enemy sharp shooter who wis aiming at him "At general headquarters .May 2S 1919. "The Marshal of France. "Commander ot the French Armies of the East. PETAIM." BUYING FOX FURS. iRr no"llitll NOME. Alaska. Sept. 1. Tty Mail. More than two years will he spent In trading for fox ftrs on the isolat ed Arctic island of Wrantrell, hy a party leaving here on the schooner Belinda. x i noAU nnv iui nil uui PUT lull urotiti ot - who organ- ie!0 t" lake i-'rri.oi'y be I'oL.nd. I'elr.i In rver the tot 1. have been ta .. .d.V'nl'l.t! ivi)g as (preventative of a c; home into sign i., which the bank d to advance the 'on mar'is in return eoiiimiToial, limber Km. alact and minint; sections of ervicessions in various Russia. It now tippetirs thai the ".meru iiolshcvio a:;. ait III; to c.,-:l,' I, t i ''..'loi of a i'li- at'ciit'' was a was endojvor- icliv.' presence anti-holshevist rr '!, Ml CANNOT SHOW OLD FOR NEW II? .NMnrlnlMl lrei WASHlNOTON. Oct. !' Kteud 'he reei'llt older f olhahl illg till 'pr. 'din' iiei of old films -by motion 'i'tare hou.a's under new names, he federal trade commission today ailercd that whore parts of old films are shown in new exhibitions '.hey must he so marked and ad ertiscd U. S. STEAMER IS IN DISTRESS 11 t.'tttlrl rrrl IIA1.1I AN, oei 'a A w i iv loss ap peal for aid from the I'nued States shipping board steamer v aklok. was I- i mJ J I V J ' 0 nuts llj tioii' Ittle.l I'lms) I lllri.'l IN, lie ,v Th i an i i h.'V ik K ..-.iaa heard today at the radio smtion at of Tono- llarrinttton. Nova Scotia. The Y'aklok with llie'wu-s 'olally dis.ihi.d. and drifting The s'e, inier Anacurtes n noried she was seventy mil."; from the Y'aklok and proceeding to her relief. RIOT AT STEEL III., aftovlnf ,1 t'rrlkal I i : '; -.--I ! I'.'i.i, Oct. It -A clash l'i'tv." i! n..;i" workers and foreign born sini."!'. at Duioia today re lulled in two men being shot and wounded, and a number injured. The crowd was scattered by the police without serious casualties. CUNCE OF PREVENTION WORTH POUND OF CURE Tics Is ''"ire I'revention day, ob served throughout tlie t'nited States with lessons enjoining the value ol p-eveniing fires ru bor than dealing with the cost of eti:ti'uishitig them There Is no program for Tnnopa'i hut Fire Chief Askin uifes all citi zons to pay attention tn the cortdi tion of their chimneys and safeties to see thnt they are In order for the winter season. CLEM HERTEL IS PASSING AROUND THE CIGARS TODAY Clem Ilert.'l. manager of tbe Tono pah Bottling works. Is going around telling everybody that "it Is a whale" when referring to the arrival last night at his house of a hoy It Is 'still possihle to take a ride" with a horse and bucsT. 'Joy PLANT IN OHIO EAST AND WEST Fl m KFFP mwwU.S.TB00PS i Mr iM.t'iril I rinm SALT l.AKK. (let Si. -Captain Lowell Smith. Major Carl Spafz and Lieut K, Keil, were first to leave the flying field here in the 'ider tunned on the next leg of ibe eastward bound trans-eontineiuul il ght ilieen Kiver. Wyo . was elim inaied as a stop, and li.ivvlins. Wyo. substituted Lieutenant Kebi.rt Kauch wa forced to tlest end at Coalville. L'tuli. on ai-count ot cold weather Tbe Lapere plane became stalled near Itattle Mountain, Nevada. A Herman l'okker broke down In land :ng at Saludro. I His MOINKS. la.. Oct it. Lieut lielvin Maynard, tlie "flying- parson," arrived at Herring field at 1) .a 5 to day, ahead of all others wes'vvaru bound in the trans continental race ll Mm'lH1r J I ASH 1 A HI' LA. remmt O , Oct. 9 Air elane No i of the trans-continental "siadrilla. fell into Luke Erie today The two occupants were rescued by he steamer Fairfax. it, Nt,-ttitrl lre; OMAHA. Neb. (lei. Mavnard arrived at 1 for St 1'anl. Nob, ahead of the field. a l.ieutoamit '. 4s. departing at 1 34 still MILL RESUMES The MacNamura mill began drop ping stamps today and will continue ' treating a capacity, tonnage with shipments from its own mine, the Tonopah Ibvide and the Hasbrouck. o theiv will not be any further sus- ,ie:isioii The resumption at the Mac- j Namaia is specially significant as ( ih if. mill treats all the ore from t he Tonopah 1 livid.- and the Has- loom k ore is welcomed tor the r,-a j son thai the hard siltcious quartz! akes a good mixture for the talcy : rock from the big company SiMv men went iinderg! ouiid 'hi ni.'i'uing at the Montiina where the property was reopened with the com- 11..11V compressor and the company hoist in commission. Out on the llivide the Knox also resumed with a full force and the Ciant renorts that the entire old crew is hack at the hammers and making the muck fly The Butte e . "ects to resume with a run force, lulling most of the old men, by tomorrow. Tomorrow the return of the re straining order in the district court will bring some of the leading coun- t, of the I. V V. to Tonopah as hey propose to make a desperate fight to have the order dissolved, 'o matter which way the case goes, in appeal is certain. The justice I'ourt case against Nick Skole Ir , also set foi Friday. SMITH VALLEY PIONEER DEAD MAC NAMARA Mrs Margaret Schooley, pi meer j -esident of Smith valley, died at. It- I. siil 'iiee or Mr and Mrs Fred j I'ui'ier at noon Tuesday, death being lue to an attack of acute Indigestion. VI rs Schooley had come from her :iome to attend to some school husi iss with the county commissioners, she was visiting the family of her nlopted son, Mr Burner, und was ipparently in the best of health, -slip suffered a collapse on Monday 10 serious her brother and slster- n-law. Mr and Mrs McYiear of smith valley were sent for A sec ond collapse occurred Wednesday, death ensuing. Mrs Schooley was born In Canada eventy-three years ago She came to the Tnited States In her yonth and was married to Henry Schooley I thirty-five years afro In Kansas. Mr. Schooley died about three yer CALL SACK N SIBERIA , 4nie-latMl I'rrHl 1 oKIi i, Oct. it An order has been issued hv C tor J.ijiam.'se f-i l.ert.t- d.leCtltli! teral Oi, command es in eastern Sl s men to co-oper ate effe! tivelv wih American an thoiiues in ''per..! ion of the trans Siberian rail'.vav This is the result of strung- repre t!ie Cnit.-d Siati stovernmetit clai sei t ion guarded American lives ntations made by s to tlie Japanese nine that on the ay Japanese troops mil property were not adequatelv protected. In the event that co op-'railim by lapaue-.e traot.-. is not secured. It hinted that Aineri is said, tin not can forces vvd! Siberia and re.' he made puld'. is understood t1 from YVashinco ed to Great probably Italy I... wittnl-awn frotn . ..i for the s'ep will at Wa-hitititoti It . il a copy of the note "i 1 as been forward I'-itain, France and ami China. PEI VERY WASTEFUL WASHINt; I o. o. I arge.s that private operaiois f till lands ha v e .icnuil i d profits throimh wioaef.d n I'Mract ion. were made oal and 't:ortiiou thods of .'or; tie- lien a public lands rommiit.M Lv I", -r. i.i'i'in Marsh, of the farmers' u i tlonal council. UTAH BANK IS POBSEQ BY THREE SHORT MEN SALT LKli CITY. Oct, 1- Tlir-,- men, short m stature, er.'i r-"! a bank at Springville, about fifty nr.les south of he: rl.ed ide ; tile ashu r in the voh all of tla : vvn y availahl ca-h n the a long dis receive, 1 irl .v White tit f- 'il the n'road sta '' op! in ir to "d th" three was -aivl as institution, no tam-e tolopho. bv Chief of I 1 r ! The information was penver Rio Oraml lion at Spriiigvil'e, Chief White, and .1- . men as short. No' !i ' t ' the amount taken INCREASE OF WAGES IN CERVAN CAPITAL (Correspondence ot Asscciated Press) HKHLIN. S.-pt 12 The average daily wage of ni-n has incteased 241 per cent 11- I of -.:ien 26:? per cent sime 1PM .iivortlii.i: to the Ini- perial Workers Ca-otte The great- est Incr.-asn w,- In the el ett. al !r. dustry. 1 JXKXXXXV,X BUTLER TMEATRF ' It TODAY The Popular Film Star TOM MOORE In ' ONE OF THE FINEST" See Ho Handsome Larry, the Pride of the Forse, Won an Heiress in a Oay. Tom Moore'a Best Picture Knockout. Also LATEST PATH E NEWS TOMORROW WALLACE REID, In "TOO MANY MILLIONS" Bray Cartoon Comedy and Pathe "Topics of the Day" FRIDAY TONOPAH DIVIDE PICTURE FRIDAY. AN DO IA TORS ao. rft XXMXalJl scarcity ot car. It'