TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
SILVER (FOREIGN) 71' 8
COPPER . .. . -13'8
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VOL. XXI. NO. 273.
PRICE TEN CENTS
TONOPAH, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1922.
King Alexander, Jugoslavia, Weds Princess
Princess is Greeted by Mayor
, n i j- Cll..,.
01 DCIgraUC TTHU miiuna
iime Honorad Custom
GROOM IS NATIVE OF SERBIA
Holds Respect and Esteem of.
the Balkans Through Efforts
To Unite Serbs-Croats
flir ti,clml Ir
ItKi.GRADE, June 7
.iiim.ll'Ui " - "
f Uuniania. is making final prep- i
fnr her tnnrrlaeelomorrow to
aratioiis for her marriage Jomorrow to
King Alexander of Jugo-Slovia. When
fie arrived here yesterday, she put
h.r foot on the soil of her future
k ngdom, she was met by the mayor (By Aanopimrd I'rmi
of Belgrade, who, In token of friend- MILWAUKEE, Wis , June 7 -The
ship and lovalty. presented her with largest number of speakers ever
hi. ad and salt brought to a single convention In
I Milwaukee, of national and interna-
Klng Alexander of Jugoslavia, sec-jH"""" reputation, totaling 2uil promi
.. son of the late King Peter of , nent men, will address the Associated
S.rhla. hecanie heir apparent to his :
r.it!,..r's throne in 1909 when his elder
hro'her. Prince Oeoree renounced his
riehi as a sequel to a bitter press!
campaign lu which an almost endless
list of outrages were charged against
li:m The. campaign was intensified
by charges that the royal youngster
tad ii urdored one of his servants
taint a fit of anger.
Serbia, upon Its liberation from the
Atistrians, became the predominant
Kate in the organization of Jifgosla-
tia. uioreiore i was certain inai ua
Pnt-.r. Regent, as Alexander bad
been designated when King Peter re-
n King Peter re-,
tired In 1914, was headed straight
f ir-!,;,, new throne.
Ho had won the respect and es
teem of the Balkans in many wayH
hut chiefly through his efforts to
unite the Serbs. Croats and Slovenes,
formerly under the Austrian yoke.
These endeavors won him the title
of Peacemaker." His action In ap
pointing governors for Serbia, Mon
tft: i-gro, Slavonia, Bosnia, Dalraatia
nd Croatia also was warmly ap
proved. K.ng Peter died In August, 1921,
at ,i. nwo nf 7(! nnd Alexander, then
suffering from an attack of append!- j
citts In a Paris hospital, was pro-1
claimed his father's successor at Be'.-1
King A'exander was oorn in ja.
As a youth he was frail and sickly, '
tut W career began to give more and the women s advertutn., 1 -s ;
promlsB Rer several years of hard j wln be held in departmental sessions
,'8mpa,P!!n ' the heai 0t ''nnV MI IDHFRFR MFFTS
my- HI, education was completed BUY MULtJALK '
t Petroerad and his first real mill- DEATH ON GALLUWO
."y t-,:n!ng was obtained In the
--......1 11 d iii 131
" r ot 19 years old, pantry boy, fonnd guilty
Tlir..iihhout the World War he was!" . murder March 14 of Lndy
Throughout the World War he was
devoted to Iho nllloil i-aiisp It was
evotr.l to iho nliioil i-hiisp. It wasi... . o.onnn.,1 todav at I
Alexander who ordered the mobi
lization of Serbia's army and person
" -el It into battle. He was so
vere y wounded In the fighting around
"THE HIGH 8IGN"
A two-reel comedy In which
the comber-faced comedian, as
a member of a weird secret
society, furnishes an ever
stream of laughter, and
An unusually dramatic story
of the struggles of a young con
Tomorrow, Anna Q. Nllsson
and Norman Kerry In "Three
Live Ghosts,' a George Ftzmau
AND Pathe News.
Monday, Cecil B. DeMllle's
latest production "Saturday
(ny Aaaorliilrrl Ptrul
LOS ANGELKS, June 7.- The coun
ty grand Jury hail under filial con
sideration today the evidence pro
' iliicod in connection with its invest i-
1 gatlon ot the alleged Ku Klux Klan
participation In the Inglewood raid
'on 'April 22. Deputy District Attorney
Doran said lie thought likely the mat-
ter wiu ue disposed of this after
Vi i j
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Associated Advertising ClubS Of
World Hold Sway For
Five Full Days
Advertising iiuis ot uie mn,., ..i
their convention here June 11 to if.
The convention will be broken up '
sessions rather 1
.than general meetings. It Is in 'i? cials, who intimated their intention:
departmental that the men who t,f searching the car. Tin' cardinal
make business move, will exchange objected and demanded their author-'
views on a given set of condil 01:3, i;y, whereupon, according to -a Dun
it was said by Homer J. Buckley, j dalk report, one of the specials1
chairman of the program committee. ; whipped out a revolver and said:1
Two of the departments wnicn wi.i "That s my autnority. 1 ne .11110
nlav an important pari In the gath-1 mobile was afterwards searched and
erings will be those of
. , , . .,
ivertlslng and community
i , ,,,. u.nrUw
Leading civic worker) through-
. .,,, ,,,,,se
. .... . .,...,.. a ,.,,..y
1 rur iud fitut.Hi
afternoon, June 11, the principal
speakers will be Sir Charles Iligham,
momhnr nf narlianient and a Ifl.u-
ing advertising expert of the B'-it-.
Ish Empire; also Dr. Charlei Auhieyj
Eaton, president of the American E d
ucational association. j
lgenta?:e;:Zsa5anddlsCU9,naw,,,;ise of Telemeter DiS- j
.enter aroui.u " nfin flOft
tlslng to move the -'-,,)0-0rt9
worth of manufactured ard ann
products in tne unuea DUi ..u ....
va3t amount of world produces
Conferences on ran-.imi'.. .a
industrial advertising, the education-;
al work ot organized advertising and,
tne vigil worn or iruui-m-uu. -, . (
- . .. .
student advertising organ. z it.ons
-vnON , 7Henrl Jacobl, ;
.nr. t,i naniKv hnv f mi x t eii t It v '
. " . murder March 14 of Lndyltion for an order prohibiting the use
:i vch rs (iiu. uaiuu J -
Alice U11C, naa .
Belgrade bef jre his troops were forced
to evacuate the city, and barely es -
caped capture at Nlsh. where he set
up a capital for a brief period ne
fore the Austrlans entered.
Several attempts were made to as
sassinate him during the regency and
fir h became king. The latest
of these occurred in June, 1921, and.
resulted in the death of one person
and the wounding of six others. Some
14,000 persons were arrested as a
eault of the plot.
The young Princes Marie, cauea
the prettiest princess In Europe, is
only 22 years of age. She is the
Mnnrt duuehter of King ferainana
and Queen Marie of Rumana, and s
not well known for the reason that
her life has been spent quietly at
home, except for a short period In
England, where she attended scnooi.
Her mother, born an .ng.,..
cess. ha. one of the most Interest ng
crowned heads of Europe- wm
has been charged with attempting to
build P tremendous power by mar -
. . .liu.m. tha ffrpaLtRii uw
lltical advantage, she has stated em
phatically that the betrothal of Ma
ria wa. tk reralt ot genuine lore
DCfini C nCCCDT
I Nil LL LilLU
Cardinal Lottie, Primate of Ire
land. Is Held Up By li
AUTOMOBILE IS SEARCHED
Church Papers are Scrutinized
Following W hich Party is
Allowed to Proceed
BELFAST. J unt' 7 .--NVarlv all n
(. I Mil M,l tl I I 1 M llil II' It'll Hi'' IH'IHTH lll-l'
tr-t in the northwest of K.Tniiin:i8!!.
n.i ...m., ,.. a, ,,. , i,,,i.,ssH-
ovo"r the countryside. Only Irish re
republican army patro'.s from' Foil
Seen are looking about It is til.
growing belief that political influ
ences are usorting themselves in the
. situation in view of the London con
frenoes and protest over the I'ettigoe
incident by Michael Collins, head of
the southern government
BELFAST, June 7.- Cardinal Lo-
gue, primate of Ireland, while auto
mobilmg witn Arcnnisnop u i onnen.
up at Lisnadilla. near Ar-
nianagh. by a party of I'lster spc-
church papers scrutinized Tlie
was then allowed to proceed
OF TALK ARE
ked W KeSlUentS Ot tVCrett i
. m I
and Other tltlCS .
1 SEATTLE. June 7. Keen interest
i3 behlg evinced in cities and towns
( f Wu3hillglon in the fi(;nt 0( the
Kverett against the continued
1 use of the telechronometer. an in -
um ... e........" ,
stnlm(lnt re(H,n,;y experimentally in-'
,;,.lUpii 011 telephones of that city by a,m. (,s(l wh(.n simKht. to assert
of whith tlmt, u consumed Jn;'.p ',' ,.,, ot ,he Red river,
ithe use of the telephone is measured wlii(.h WM in (lispilt(, claims all
!ttnd the subscriber charged by "tele-, th(i r!vor Mmon iUlho.na and
chronometer,' rather than a flat rate. I lor ,.,, ,K.t nf the en-
The hearing by the department of
public works on tne city s appuca-
lion for an order prohibiting the use
nn hi in works on the city s applica -
,.r th instruiiieiits adjourned yes-
jferday to be continue later uuei
ine vaiuuuuu ui -:
, ,g complled
Work Will Proceed at Present RAILROAD OFFICIAL
Rate Under Arms Confer- jq BE MARRIED TODAY
i (Dt A.ocltl rrrnnl
i RENO, July 7 -Sir George Jury.
'BWs"HINGTOrJune 7.-Work on i former vice-president of the C.ni
.. "..! vMsel, nermitted the Unit-ldian Pacific railway, who ootalned
ed States under the arms confer-
" . about
- w' n0 reductlon ot
d Jer the revised na-
j . annroI)riation9 commit,e..
i l"v " - ...
i?nH for the new fleet base at Ala
meda, Calif., and torpedo base at
San Pedro, were excluded by the
GETS FULL SUPPORT
(IIT AMftO'llltl lriHH
WASHINGTON, June 7. itopuhli
can organization support ftir Smith
NV. Rookhart, noniinateil as the re
publican candidate for Tinted Stales
senator in Monday's primary in Iowa,
is. pledge, in a statement liy Senator
.Mct'ormick, cliairman oftlie repuh
'.. mi s 'ii.iiiiii.il campaign committee
itrookuun ilol'.-ated what is coin
monly known us the organization can
didates in the primary
TO CLAIM ALL
BED RED RIVER
Seventy .Mile Strip on Western!
Boundary of Louisiana is
Also to Be Claimed
(Itv AMNiiclnteil I'rennl
WASHINGTON, June 7. --Ark'i:i 8
is preparing for filing in the utn m
court an original suit in which it
will claim not only a'.l of the led
of the Red river, recently award, d
to the I'n ited S'at.-s in the h.n.u-
,,otwpen Oklahoma and
, ,, , ,)f T,.x:
east of the inn degrees of longitude
west from London, and north of tli"
;'Jnd degree of north latitude
Counsel for Arkansas, engaged 111
the preparation of the case, s.ui i
today that a 70-mile strip of terri
tory east of the present western
boundary of Louisana would also he
clamed, and that the supreme court
would be asked to remove existing
confusion as to what constituted the
"Mexican" boundary line, referred to
by congress in the enabling act of
1S30, by which Arkansas was ad
mitted Into the union.
Should the supreme court hold that
the "Mexican" boundary line which
was to be a part of the southern
boundary of Arkansas, mean' the
"Spanish' boundary line as fixed by
the treaty of 1919, then the 32nd de
gree of latitude, counsel for Arkan
sas will contend, must be the south
tude. However, should the court ac
t Arkansas' interpretation th.it
! by congress was the Rio Grande, Its
! decision must transfer to Arkansas
a ()f T(jxas east ot tUe XlM dree
,.,. "Xrkane!t was denied per-
mission nv ine sui'it-nur v.-u.i ... ...
' Oklahoma-Texas boun-
. .. , whl,.h rmA that the stale
.,,.,, hmmriwl nn the wwt. to
. h ,)an(I pf tlu. it,,,i river" by
t m uiii -
, ,t, v,n,i ,,f ,he Red river" by
lm. ,.,,,..1 ....... -
trpMy (n 1S29
Arkansas may also decide in us
I bill, counsel stated, to assert claim to
la part of Oklahoma under the act of
ijuro 17. 1SI which it inssts annexed
I to the state "all that Indian coun-
try" which had been attached to Ar
kansas while a territory, a strip de
I: scribed as "bounded on the north by
'the north line of the lands assigned
-to the Osage tribe of Indiana, pro
jduced east to the state of Missouri;
! south by Red river, and east, by the
west line of the territory of Arkan
sas and the state of Missouri."
. ji,.,.o hero recently, is to be
a Uie'et -
married this aftprnoon by the Rev.
Brewster Adams, of the First Bap
tist church, to Mrs. Doris Blumen
ihnl. formerly of Sau Paulo, Brazil,
who was granted a divorce this morn-
Inir from the second son or the notei
Vlennes banker, Sir George, knight
ed for services as transportation
agent tor the British government In
France and Russia, In 1917.
ILA FOLLETTE IS
Discredited Senator From Wis
consin Takes Exception to
Union Labor Decision
MAKES SARCASTIC REMARKS
Says That Six Line Decision
Was All That Was Necessary
In Deciding Case
illy ANNtM'Inteil lrNMl
WASHINGTON. June 7 Declaring
the supreme court decision in the
Coronado coal case is "most omi
nous in what it foreshadows for the
future of union labor in this coun
try." Senator LaFuiette issued a
statement today in which he criti
cized the court. The opinion, he
stated, is "significant bocause of
what the court says on questions not
involved in the case, rather than be-,
cause of anything that is actually
At':. 1 r.-vii-wing conditions which
U-4 up to and prevailed during the
strike in the Arkansas coal fields .11
I!)14, upon which the case was based,
the Wisconsin senator declared a
"six line decision was all that was re
quired t dispose of the case on its
merits, for the supreme court was
reluctantly obliged to admit, as I
have stated," reference being to his
assertion that "there is not and
never was any case against defend
ants in the federal cort."
FORT SMITH, ArK., .nine 7. A re
hearing will be asked in the suit of
the Coronado Coal company and asso
ciates against the international and
district mine workers unions and
others, it was announced by J. H.
McDiitiough. of counsel for the com
ACE TO START
Rickenbacker Will Visit Every
State In Union in Flight He
tBy AnnoplHled PreniO
M IN KOLA, June 7.-('apt. Eddie
Rickenbacker. leading American war
;tce, took off today from the Mitchell
field for Detroit on his first leg ot
a flight to carry him over every state
in the union. He carrired a letter
from President Harding to the con
vention of Shriners at San Francisco.
Shipments Will Be Started In
Near Future for the Tono
pah Belmont Mill
Samples of high grade ore from
the Buskhorn mine at Stone Cabin,
owned by John Nay, and operated
tinder lease by E. Marty, Carl Mona-
hfn and associates, attracted consid
erable attention today. The ore
comes from the 160-foot level of the
shaft workings and will mill close to
175 ounces silver a ton A fine streak
is exposed in the drift for a length
of 40 feet and as development is car
ried forward the showing is improv
ing. Shipments will he in order
shortly as operations have been pros
ecuted during the past winter that
resulted, in quite a tonnage being
made available for delivery to the
COLLEGE WOMEN TO
. (Ily ANHoelatrd I'rfim)
J LONDON, June ". Eight women
i holding degrees in Oxford, Cambridge
'and other Knglisli universities, under
went competitive examinations for
position in the London laundry Their
duties to consist of answering tele
phone inquiries. The manager ex
plained the "jol essentially requires
judgment of 'act of high order."
Southern Exchange Appeals for
Conference Between Miners
and Big Operators
illy oi'lntrd I'rrM)
COLl'MISl'S, June 7- It was an
nounced biTe today through the
southern Ohio coal exchange that
the George M. Jones Coal company,
of Toledo, the largest operating com
pany in Ohio, has appealed to Sena
tor Pomerin and Congressman Fess
to use their influence to bring about
a conference between southern Ohio
operators and miners with a view
of ending the coal strike in that ter
ritory. fllr AnanHntril PrrnH)
WASHINGTON, June 7 -Secretary
Hoover in a report to the senate to
day disclosed that he and Secretary
of Labor had sought to present re
cently, suggestions which had been
hoped would lead to a settlement of
the coal strike, but so far their ef
forts have been without result
BE BIG EVENT
Address Will Be Delivered By
Hon. Hugh Henry Brown,
Well Known Attorney
Commencement exercises of the
Tonopah high school will talc place
tomorrow night in the gynr'asoi-n
and an inviation is extend. v. to the,
people generally to be present There
are tovolve members of the class ?f
'22. and all have complete 1 the course
n a highly satisfactory manner Th"'
commencement address nl b1 d'1
ivered by Hon. Hugh II eir;,' llrown.
and as usual, will be well wo; th
The membership of the class is
as follows: James Wilson, Florence
Ryan, William Ryan. Valentine To'.-!
land, Donald Tolland. Lois McLe id,
Gwendolyn McLeod. Maute Esser.
William Fitz Gerald. Evelyn Carl
son, Harry Anderson and Dorothy
The following program will b
Lustspiol Overture, Keler Bela. by
the high school orches'ra.
Invocation, Rev Holsho'.t.
The Daffodils, King Hall, by the
Girls' Glee Club.
Commencement addws. by Hugh
! The Years at the Spring, Mrs. H.
H A. Beach, by the Girl's Glee Club
Presentation of Diplomas, Supt.
W. W. Anderson.
Benediction by Rev Manderson.
MAY BE PROSECUTED
By AmmcllHJ PrM
WASHINGTON, June 7 Attorney
General Daugherty was preparing to
investigate the complain by Frank
Morrison, secretary o the American
Federation of Labor, against the al
leged refusal ot certain building ma
terial dealer, of San Francisco to
sell to llrma employing nnlon labor.
nTmir mil OTP
ARE SENT OUT
Vote Will Be Taken by Individ'
ual Unions Whose Members
Are to Be Affected
RETURNABLE JUNE FIFTEENTH
Will Probably Take Thirty Days
to Spread and Count Ballots,
III?- toxoHiitril lreNi
CHICAGO, Juno 7 S iik.- luih.'s
returnab'e June Hi. went out today
to railway employes affect. ! by wai'e
reductions i.rd.-red by U.e rallr.iad
labor board. The vote will lie takes:
by individual unions whose inoiiih.TS
are affected in orders, either Issue,!
( llT AwnnHnte il Prem)
CINCINNATI. June 7 Label' lead
ers here expressed th" opinion tliat
it would take at b-asi 3o days 10
spread and canvass the t,:rike vote
authorized yesterday by the 11 rail
road brotherhoods and organizations
'Ily Annm'tnt'!! Prcwul
CIN,'1NNATI. June 7 A trip!
barreled strike vote callinu for
poll of 400. nun railway shopmen
three separate qucMons, was
dered by the executive council
'lie six shop crafts union here,
structions were sent out by 1!
lew.d, head of the shop unions,
headquarters in Chicago to speel ii
lie printing and distribution of tin
i ARE NO I' AFFECTED
lllv HtH-lntpl rrcnNl
TOKIO, June 7. - Treaties and
: agreements signed at the Washington
er.nis conference, to which Japan w-;is
a party, will not be affected by the
t cabinet crisis, it was decided today
by the privy council
, AMBASSADOR ANSWERS
- T ik'ng
i::.',i . !'
ii a fr-r-d
rii.t' io i ti
' objections made
ena'e by Sc::a'or Wats i:
liana, to the d :sc:;ss:.m bv
tariff and other lecislat io-i.
liicii, Italian ambassador, :'
mal statement today, dc'r
ariff duties were an Int.
prob'em and as such were
;iibj-' ."t for discusio'i by t'
ma:ic agent of a foreign rn
IN BIG LIBEL SUIT
Attorney A. Grant Miller was In
f. deral court Monday an I endeavored
to get a change of date for further
proceedings in the case of t 'has. H
Henderson against the Reno Jour
::al. Delay was asked because of the
inability of Attorney Benjamin of
California to be here when Judg"
Dietrich of Idaho is expected to hi.-..r
the big libel silt Attorney George
;. Thatcher, representing Mr. Hender
son, opposed any change of date, as
serting that other attorneys associa
ted with Mr Benjamin are callable
i-.-f proceeding with the trial. Judge
Farrington declined to make any or
jder but stated that he will present
I the request to Mr. Dietrich.
Local Observer, United State.
Temperature. 8 a.m. Noon
Current 52 73
vt hoi' 40 57
Relative humidity 36 20
! Temperatures, Extremt.
. 192Z 1SZ1
Maximum yesterday .80 83
Minimum yesterday . 54 62
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