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V OL. XX. NO. 30.
TONOPAH DAILY BONANZA, TONOPAH, NEVADA, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1920. PRICE 10 CENTS Of OF GE S. DEAD n LEAGUE OF NATIONS ACCEPTED AS PREDOMINANT ISSUE OF CAMPAIGN 4H44rw444H AN COX FALLS I II WILSON rn PACT PLAN v.am'lMlvd Prraal lil'lllll'S, .lul l!.- Conteroti n denim -nil io campaign plans il liovenior Cox, ilu- party taUtd hearer, i i u m 1 i 11 1 I y upon his ri; today froni Wash in I in . Horn i iminin".s, chairman, and nianv mts 01 111.' National Committee - imI today for a meet ins of t li i oi inn 11 tee tomorrow, (oiiernor declined today to reply to t he infill of Senator I hi id i us railing lull ot parlicillai s of tile yovern .in f.'r.'iiic Willi President Wil- n Wilson Agreement Vaa.teiaiaril I'rraal . iSHIMiTON. July lt. --"O "l ,, i: .li on the Lt'UKue of Nations in Millar and I lie democratic plat n, in neueral was acclaimed by sident Wilson and liovcruor Con. iMM-ratir presidential uotuinee. in oments published today treating yesterday's conference at the e House. I'arty leaders hero ex- satisfaction today over re : - of the fifty hour visit of Cox !e Capital. I i.ci.ng's View. .... oi.le4 I'reaai !',i(loN, July in ' Announcement la- League ol Nations will lead . -ues in the presidential cam i, . , is seen by advisers ol Senalor its in over Sunday ' i the i amp fin-s ei parties. The announcetne ih.n ilovernor !'ii a i old with I' lopnients two big I in Wash-! -lauds j (I Wil- ' ;t . lor t.il.i a here to mean a - t a by the democrat it p.u- . '-...I. on of the Wilson tor. .(li.nnst which Senator II . ..r.il In- lieutenants are read, leak.- the l'.tht of their political i I'vi-ssini; hi- fiKht anaitist p eiuliil a a id," established i ' ..iy hetiveeu 1'residenl Wilson 1 !"i Cox. Senator llardini; i ami do 1 ii 1 1 in h statement today that a triumph for Hie democratic ticket 1 ii meat, "continuation of the ; c - -. policy w!iiil has so i;rievou-ly ! appointed both Kiiroie and iu POMPEII TO BE LECTURE TOPIC! ihel (ieoff.e (I. FOX Will tell of I peii at the Airdmue Wednesday ' when In; will brush away some ie cobwehb of fiction that have ; around the memories of this lit city. Contrary to popular be I'ompeii was not destroyed by rtiptioti of lava hut the city with s inhabilants was wiped out by - 'nous itases belched from Vesu viub. The toxic vapors overcame the 1 Ie n suddenly that they died " piirsuiim their daily nccupa is Then fine ashes filled Die ts am) Ultered IhroiiRli evr ' ny until not a vestiue of the 'i remained I'ompeii was li'st to !"rv fur over a thousand years 1 ui which the surface was cover ! with ires and minlens ami the ' wun formitt.Mi until it was din ii red by accident about 75 yearn ' Father Km will illusirate hifc ' ire with nmny slides mad from ' oltrupliK inuile be himself After ' iecture the flooi I' he cbvired diiiicind TM WBATNIN Uxl Otx.ror l'.lt4 Bui. thr Buraaat mtwratvr' i Sana ' urnt it: xt hulh ! ',1 ' -I.i' h'lttiiitilr !! U Tn-Me(tue C . IIM lltl rietru lrT.!,,r ' . U ubiuw fn.trdT 1 " M aam. m m m m 'am, am . a a 1 III.' AMM-fMlril I'rNMl TIKN TSIN Sunday. .In y Is. Itnilway service with I'okin ha- au.iin lieen interrupted hi finhtim; near Yangstuu. The Rates of tl itv ,.i I'.kiu were closed Suudai to keep oil! refmtees Kiithiint: ha- bei;iin on the Chikli-Shanttini; border Tien Tsin is .p.-t NEGRO ADMITS ill, ..-lHld lraa, i.OS ANHKl.KS. July l:i llihson, negro, today conies kil'ed Hoy Trapp of l'ullerto -el Ii ..in'ie, W . -i c am. . in ir '! Kongc a randier and .'.lis Tripp, ace, ill: h ct attorney C'I'sou also eonf. o. a white mat finally a him to 1. orange s.-d lo the in Baton Louisiana, ten year.-, .mo C.ibson, also known here as Wasl'iimtou, was bronchi hen Henry nidii-. live-tied end of It OIll e from Needles, Cal . Saturday ai: Tope, i. i ' : - feared to rei ii: to O'anuo c, until. was ainsi liiiu iv a said lie elite eport- iroun C'.b-on' I the In .1 and Mrs Trapi then). A man struck linn in pick Mrs Trapp sou said he -tin i t'. a hammer :. -.united lor lo roll liibsoi with a i n l C.ili lie he.,,! W. Stewart to Take Men and Supplies to Camp Tomor row : Looking Good. citiK Unit he k at Soulli Stewart. maimer, who i! i.i Mrs intends lo n Arrowhead at president and returned, ac- Stewart, from was in Tonopah and supplies and tup tomorow The ' iiokim: nood. Mr is optimistic I- .amp il. r. Slew.lt" -ai oier condil mi, - lids lliem on his prnperu Within ten il.i.i crosscut tunnel in '.ip shoot at a dept h o; I ; the upper level, uc t -feet f backim; The he continued ahoui 'ie the lower end ot Hie p plans are to cross-rut inc. null, where the ore start u e lower a below mill TH" must ' ' hit . ., and he i Itr liHliiri lf . (JliAIIAM I . .lull !: sin, Inmps are uuai'diUK the jail tod iv f..towinc ihreais yesterday of a ino' o,' v. hup nu n lo take from the prison thiol negroes arested In cotiuei'i on with an uttui-k on a white womin Stttuiilav Quiet w i re-ier.-d tl morn tii: und with the prison (lank 'd l tin. dim- nun, no tunher tron' b-.'ip.-ctcd In the aulhont ILtCTRlC PLANT TIRt Th- fin iekiriineiit ;t I'aiieil ..f'.TlHNiii In fire at niiiMili' aiihidtim The l.irselv liillt ne. til Ihe huh . hiidly hurneil - On.....'', nil t'-e cil jlrl.d an.( 4t lll al pi Hit th- poer n .lilt, lie I', h !..'. I (', -..' "It'll fie I II KILLINGS SO. ARROWHEAD RESUMES IRK Tllllli 111:11 Wil! BURTON I Ullllll IIUI I Eip a dimct in jtUIULI III n a pnr pipiitt PALI Hull! Illy Aaam'lale.1 I'rraal COjs'STAN'l INOI'LI'.. .h; Djenial 1'asha, minister i works, and Fahreddine IPi, of education, both members isll peace delegation le-im l1' f pub ic Illll!l-Ie o! Turk e.l from c . aouiei loday ' lo pr I hat the entile i a bitiei w ; I ailse of the pe.u e I I eat l l My Aaaw.'lnltll I'rraal LONDON, July 19. The Bntisn government today received a note from the Russian Soviet government sta ng Russia is prepared to agree t- en armistice and will make peace iv i'i the world. The nolo was sent, by foreign min ister Tchitcherin. It was in reply to the lintjsh proposal for an armistice and peace conference. In the note the Soviet government made a fresh pro position which is under considefai am hi the British cabinet. 'hares .1. I'Miiiiieiitlial. secret arj the Anowhead Mitiiur; company ii'turned last uicht from a visit to the in. ne at Arrow head and reports that t is lookim; exceptionally well .Hi tliut there is every illdicaliotl that it is one of the bin unties ot !.ii!iir!i Nevada On the first level i loin of ore from 15 inches to three Oct wide has been followed 1 'ot 1'.' fee iiali t to'a point Lin feet we.-t of the and in the face of the Ir H a la inches wide and uier.up's ore si,"." per ton The vein is to five feet wide and the hiirli ore follows the footwall 'Khis same vein has been found ill. eollil level, to the west of I in,,: which also occurs on the fs level In-iuniK will be started this vein in the next few .lays ,i ! is expected lllllt the ore shoo, u is producine scuh rich ore or. 1 level above will be encounter.'! about l?r feet. The station and sump at the i totn of the shaft. deep. wil. completed in five days time. t extensive crosscut t ins; and dttn on the ore will be started on third or -"i" foot level. The win k far done at this point shows tin - . itce of a huafe body of hiKhi " hum ore with some streak t p m n ore. Oriftinn alont; thi n i Itkelv open up ore richer ' : d the upper levels The co I 'Ie mine could not look a work e. beitiL: etie. cuted FUNERAL S HELD I : : .i known ..el, da 'i ? "'' .Hid t Ho I ' ' WH' that citi t . ' . , ' i .: to in r-e ,o rtid. - h- hi . I WO; was I I t: and i. It- n . , ii. d her.- 1 ' .'". ' erh m hustte--. c I lliai ot of lh.it ' : ' - . ' 1 ' BLUHENTHAL IS ENTHUSED OVER MINE PROSPECT ill DA t. li.4. " " - I .1... ...s.., i . ,i ; ' h i : lam-- V ui..! i' '' " ' v lie !o i ' i .1 -I 1 Mr Ib-H h.l pi- 1 t'- i trip to the ii.''ill !' 1 . : ' . I IHt lMII UlieXi. i ld III I '. tl'' 1 I mrlllbrr ef lh t4' mub'V ft. nil v t. estalf TO TRY AGAIN .- H N I V HOOK. .Ink in. Captain " 1 i,i"'!,,n " '" . . I1 ABOUT WRECK (iricr Expected Here Wednesday Night; Details of Case Made Known. 11. I KiiiK. luciiior or tlit- Victiny li vuh-. arri fil last even in k on f i i j i Los Annles. wlit'n- h'1 1 1 1 his pa i rniT, Just ice Harry (innr, await ing Final ;-'pairs on his uutomobih1,, winch was tlic -ult.iri't n a siilo s w fin cot Us ion m-iir iccansidc recently Mr. Kiuk denies ilia, at an tiiiM' was their iubTft'i Hto- trmu t'cil tiai ijliicci's, or that tli'-ic is an I'oiiiiilat ion l'or lite rcpurl iliat tin.1 car A.t Itiailt'd with liqutt:' Til-' collision part, is admitted, hut tfif fault, ac Ciirdinc to Kiim. rt'sti-d with the woni en wit cillellt se our oeciirr ivas damaged The ac I IT miles north ol a narrow roadway Santa Mamherita Still lliem. m leading to the briike A cat I (It'eir and Kiiik tivett The car .locked Hie mad ol and ihe horn was turned in so sharp li I li.it the swum; out swerving th Unci cad i aieid a (ifeir car had be islull 111 .'oiinteied ii high power ladies with to both "Were the ar occupied by two Mis eonseiltlences c:irs nut"" iii.ii!red a friend. Hurt? Wh man ream seven were different knocked express kinds of ice c out of both car: nils tin ive reply. Led To Arrest. This led to the arrest and deten tion of the jndi;e and his companion until after bail was secured Then a damiii;e suit was tiled for a total ol $U.4oH. The heariiiK will not occur before next January and , Mr Kinu -ais. there is not tin- slightest reus in lor any anxiety Wait until we tt't through with '.hose women." he remarked in re vtewine the scene "That one who owns the dairy up near San Mateo will find that she will not have which left when we get. throiu.li ou Know I am made a party to the civil in! and our counsel. .Indue O'Koefe. ti- he'll wear them out with post l. elements Then we hale a case ai mil own for damanes both to the car and our peace of mind which ha- been so badly shattered that 1 I tii. done nothinc hut eat, drink and -hep ever since the affair occurred W hen the case was called in court Hi. -re was n delav in seciiritm an .to. initial Harry will be here Wed- iie-dav nicht. and he is comuiK ..ter' mill with his car TO 8E HELD TONIGHT IPpubhcnn round r.nira .1! tn.1.-! ii. x . 1 1 lock i, tut ,.t the office ol .1 ilt.mt I1'.- ii tins i. .i'i ui. port :!' I a!! reptllci, an- ." ir . a" tui .-.'.r.liiii; to no li, .',.' con not!,-., the i ,"i I .'rt.'tlv m the open ..a. I f- i- i Nt de '.. tatib PIMOCRTS Fill , I 11,1111 til. d lb'. . I ..'i. u ot a .( , i for -litr. I tit' Ti.e , i" S-iiHh d.'iu.H i .. f'l-"t i term corem o i'ii.'" .'h l let If lil t' 'tl. after KING RETURNS mil VERSION HllliF otd i if i: le d 1 IL 10 h n n r i w p IPi UrrlNli I ll tIM'tlllt'l I'CCKHl PHILADELPHIA, July 19.A ten :rr cent reduction in the workinj force of the Pennsylvania Railro d n this district will he mnele !i s vte it was announced at the com pany's office today. In the eastern re fj c" alone about iwelvi thousand workers wd) he laid off .'he reduc tion is rendered necessary h-c.vjs.' ex pens es have been exceed in $ '.hp ncorrt for some time past t tie state Ill n..i'liiU'il I'rrMH) t'iiici;ii Jul) 1:1 If r rhooil leachni; raiitoad ll .th - i's reuard im; tie- w a h im ed down tomorri i w a i pi ;h- way labor hoard are correct ci an, w ill be unacceptable he i e jected, union leaders today A thousand itetiera! c of sixteen I'oeOlVnii'o,! Iltliol mil l ai!; beiuinl closed ir i il-.- I heir tut ure course V. pfeillit 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - Ilia1 a iteliel.l i I w 1 1 i'!a''eil ait-men -tr I.- is a iiossjliility if the award : satist'acioi . fir t ley a-seri pi o. . t ly that t ru-' wort hi' iiiiormat ion reach am 1 1 . itr t u . 1 1 low DENIS NOLAN TO ii Will (it lt Cork, Ireland, Soon as K. C. Meeting In New ork Is Over. as. Denis Nolan, pa" eian.l kn.siht and pa-i -'at.- .lepniy. Ki.iulns , I'olumhiis. a. 11'- lOlllOl'I'Oll iiioi-iiiiiL- io lisp ih" old hum.- in Cork. Ire and. w h i-h h.- P t ; 1 . eat - a"o Mr. Nolan com.s from a fattrli ot master mariners and m hi ear'i days he learned to box tie . otn i i. s and ,1.1. m many a in. K ,.i i :e wiii'i't. The fad that In is III.' ni.n male descendani of a wel an. estt . who Im- r. a. h.si the dry. oil the de-el'l is' dll" to ,pe Sat I'rancisi o o:i '! ''.ipia in' Mr. Xo'an w.i- lisllilii; Sat: I'ttini'ls, o when tile 1,1.' sliake oi i lu red. ami. w ith his rein tiles, found himself homeless c.'ep: mc an urrteiti invitation ftoin r.'hi tiles in ihii'son Viilley he came up to the mountains for i and never La.t away loi no back to H Id sod iroduceil to mininu at short vi-i! , "iioimh to He was ill St'tlef I 'it X w here unci was sup. ! intend ut and thn- learnei ci an iditn;. which purpose when he 1 the mysteries o-' served him to a moled on to Ton opah Mr an has been lief" e k!h year.- and i ployes of 'lie Tonopah Mt Carson Valley Chicauo ini : to the lui; -os Cidunibii- ft opens Aiutiist Will Sil.' to' el)!. '.'la! on '! l;0!i"- !l one t the oldest em Kftetision Nolan will for n we.-k i few dais :L Krotn .. to the tbeui'e o and (hen sunt ot the Kuiitht Vork whi. dais la'cr New 1 Sil i Soiithii'iipt. r.-maitiitot th C 1 1 ..!a'i ha Ills w ale 1 ir. I ssfu' trip W - Il e foi a f 1 VISIT OLO HOMt il CHEF It M.-It4 I' , s i. r . vkk cm .' , i i Idaho ot.i i- I'i"' i ' I I i i . ' ." -.' lo- . ..! ..' i . to P' i. 'i-.i. t . t n.t -.t .si.i- C tone- n l'.l ri p. , c th eioiipjan u lierb-rt .r di of Ibo M .riM..n . hur. 'i (HE SELF II A MMti.-lrrld lrav i.i is m.;ki.ks. .luii in. sher.ff ihii ' i line, announced today that e ivouiil lean- tlii-i afternoon l'or Ti .1 a Lower I'aiilornia and e lack .liilllisoii, nettfo pUKilist elltelli'e in I'llicllRO for Vlll- l tile Mann act, would snr to him at the Mexioon hor- n ml i CORK CITIZENS i'IhiiI I'm 'I IKK .lull li' I'm uiilitary lor which pass ol dirk at ere attacked . and blown sovonu sol ua.h il w il alter I'ollLth Hie Heels H li 111!- iHOI II illK ll'lans with boliil leHleell Stt .Hid w.-re injured 'I im at 1. 1. o' in wliii pillowed a ninm or ter the city was plunged as re-i t'lKlionc in which and the military part: men were killed and I ui fun fiKhtinn. which 1 1 1 1 1 1 I !H U over l! ii.ii k art 11- S I li II f'elller w ha li had bee i o: . atnii.tit'.n out the MINE WORKERS .-.iii.'il I'rraMi I'lt'm;. .luii "iittu ami I In 1 1 I.i pun. per titoail .ai nun. thr e laborers xpiosion in at Ileiiton, near here, ie explosnm blew . shaft and as soon made rescue work d by crews from i of mine- uioniiinr 'I as.' out of ;! pair- can b. he attempt v ii: fed i! Iiiireit iiuii.hii.iiiu IN NATITORIUM Site l'or Baseball (iround Near; Dancing Platform and Dressing Rooms lllellt ibef oi iniport.iiii improve the naiatoriuiii arc planned lliliolllt, . d ' ,-1 e rd a i , il suf mil- .-in !.. raised hi -lib More irees will be set nc. John i; Kin hen offer pioiiilo these It has b.tMi 1 that a .lancint platform -; in t eh an i ii. priii ement net i. in feinted i I., appro .t, ilte.situ; rooni- must be a".t a te .mo SOU - to nil, i b. p j, i'ii .n p i t I I. ARE I IMPRflVFMFNTS inn SUICIDE OF upJ0ACH MIS w ill? Aof.at PraaaV HKKUY .lulv in. I'riends ot Prince Joachim, son of the fornier liei iuan enip.-ror. deny stories current in I'.erhn that his suicide Sunday a' I'osidam was caused by scandal. They mention only his martial disuppoint tiieiit and financial troubb's Like his brothers he i- belieied to have I n sadly in need of funds Joachim. it i- also reported had been broudint; oier tin- ultimate fate ot the former tola! house and the criticism to whicj, his falhet- has beep subjected to in (lei man) Ex Kaiser Informed. It! Aatiorlalrd fltMH I M H I UN, He Hand. .lull ly. An IloUUcelllelll death i-anie t' 'llelerl.olt oi l'nnce Joaclutn'a to Doom castle Itke a Tit- foi iiie,- German em iirini: the last was-.k has -eriotis: troubled by a pies. been who, i aain t ailment is believed not -o been informed of the traneity lolllli-r emperot-. Iioweiel. hxs 'old an. I has I I. creatll at d by Hie unilmwly mid of hl lite -Oil ha i The FUNERAL HEU ti W.i I'll Kli'llal'd I'uinpauy at tliut fuuerul Coiin i. who lie National lc . to the . fleet lor U oitam Do died inn. inn. No chiir: The Los AiiKi-le- Thursday even . held in that city this morn members of Li A nip es lodn. I.'ltm in The remain- weri i'1'emated I several of the d Ii i in to aire II" oaves ti Iroiii ar rh. whii h Tonopah r.r- I rjTrn L L... StN SltPHtNS illy 4a..clali.l I'rttat SAN I'KANCISCO .Inly l-.i K piibhslst. be committee to - i omrratula; - on A.itil.nc. Air-liittoii was l for Senator C'O Shmta. ikaini tin- . insist .lapine-" .l.mesiolta i o . -;:, oft Anti.lai.it meant oti'.i a rhelaii lb president ol ! did not kii"ii iuiii' J,, P- BUTLER TtiCATKf -TODAY 0 W GRIFFITH'S "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" Tf '0t p't Ui, mot tragtc, ,i n J m t n ,i . t r n o x I n b i rv e l'e tt-if rr:r t Ul And m tie tesl-nfl, tr "Miter, Gfitf.ft-, ha wougM uv ra-f Jnti un irtA"ifsl C tiPJv-t ei nf artu.. nth t,vnj rtl .) Tji p't'ti,' tJt him a tr" it .t" o r- n i gt DlSStCN Cn-d'PH Mi! S ?0 - -TOVHHOW HARD III II I I r,..ind ttK.,11 tlllf "I ( 'li'lf ff ....( kM rtur4 huraattl