TONOPAH DAilV BtthANZA, iXitxuHAh, NEVADA, ftjliRS&AV SYfeNlNO, JIM t, 12.
MOVIE IDOL TO DO A MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING MAIiATIION
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! Graduation exercises of the Toim
pah high school will be the big at
traction in Tonopah tonight, and it
la assured that there wll be a large
i withering at the gymnasium In the
high school building. A most inter
estin program has been arranged,
land the commencement address will
Will Have Opportunity Viewing j delivered by the Hon. Hugh Henry
! u'i4 u. ! Brown. Presentation of diplomas will
Kilauea in Midst of Its TO. w ,ho
' The following will ue awarded dl-
plomas, signifying they have com
pleted th ful four-year course of
he Tonopah high school, which wl'.l
entitle them to matriculation in the
higher institutions of learning: James
Wilson, Florence Ryan, William Ryan,
Valentine Tolland, Donald Tolland,
Lois McLeod, Gwendolyn McLeod.
Maute Esser, Win Fitz Gerald, Eve
lyn Carlson, Harry Anderson and
EVER HAVE IT?
(Ily Anaoclnted Preaa)
IIILO, Island of Hawaii, T. II. , June
II., June 7.-Nob.es of the Mystic
Cl..,'nn nililnqta In the Tuna I
lTsrlmage to Hawaii following t!ic,f You Have the statement of Thlt
annual conclave of tho organization; Tonopah Citizen Will Interest
n S:m Francist-n. Drobahlv will have You.
Charlie Chaplin wants v make a ;v
, 1 1 lire in the Canadian I'at ilU-
kii'P. In preparation of such a1
, tnre he plans to spend his n.-xts
' , at ion in trampinR over tlu.fc
i . untains; no little patch wun:y
(..mliiiiK for Charlie; but a L.ko
i t:lit across the Rockies.
i;t- i.5 convinced that '.n the Can
adian racilic Kockies he will I'.iui
ti ( iral location for a bip pisturr,
li , ...ill n.nLaHlomnl-ll,
la C'ana 1
,i win t!,
Mt. Wapta in the Canadian
the Cliaa&er!$ Skill.
(InrinfT his leisure! Visitors to the Rockies during
lunies hlled. the next lew seasons may expcn
to meet Charlie on out-ot-tni-way
mountain trails. They may fail to
recognize in the knickerbocUcred,
an data ami p.ctures
;r co:-. tents he is thor-
C b i pi i n Canadian pictures c
lliciently sliod young climlicr, the
, n i.. .,-,',,.. i1tii..Uf nmv linos' i Imivv - trousered, splay
favorite, but it will bo
.'.venvorked r l-ci ated Mounted I Charlie Chaplin gottin a
ii,i ,,-t'i n..t l, f.'nturvil. hut of the wonders of the
. miUbmK as 'int-ret;nK is prom-1 the wondei land that he means
ie.l. The niirth-provekinc Charlie put on the silver screen fr the
los ,ti.hii hours, to.', and a light of the adorinR putiuc.
k,.rt l.usii:e-s s.nse that is put til Devotees of Chaplin antics are
i . a .1. :., ,..,..1,,.. 11,1 t lrt nh i. irotQ n riini V nnllC nar nir ov ill M-tnit;
..,. tii on on tne tones m men ii m ', ., 1 .(:..
. i . ir u lipComedv Kiv.e has what the public wants. He has a -upon tne screen, weir mo. m -
an opportunity of viewing the vol
cr.no Kilauea in the midst of one
of 'its rare terrifying spectacular dis
plays, recording to present indica
tior.s as interpeted by volcanologists
at the observatory on the brink of
The arrival of the Shriners will
coincide with the beginning of the
dimmer sols' ice in the third week of
Jr.no, which brings invariably a
ti at incrc.ne in vulcanic activity be
lava rises and falls according to
the strains of the seasonal periods,
Joseph T. Murphy
Room 310 State Bank Bldf.
Ever have a "low-down" pain In
In the "small, ' right over the hipst
That's the home of backache.
If it's caused by weak kidneys, '
Use Doan's Kidney Pills,
Tcnopah people testify to tholi
worth. Ask your neighbor!
S. J. Tanner . leaser of mining
lands, Central St., Tonopah, says:
"Doan's Kidney Tills are a reliable
remedy. Every muscle of my back
was lame and Btiff. Sharp twinges
of pain would catch me in my back
ci iso of the unusual stresses placed when I least expected them. Lum
npon the earth, the volcanologists; bago certainly puts one out of condl
saiJ At Kilauea particularly theion. My kidneys were weak but I
van mass of semi-molten rock and ' 8(,d IWs Kmt Pi'!s "?y
cureu me. 1 nave never nau any uu
ney trouble since."
i l'r.ce ouc. ai u; ueaiem. '
and high level of lava are almost in-, Blmuiy ask for kidney remedy get
vtiiably found at the equinoxes and; loan's Kidney rills--the same that
the June and December solstices, the! Mr. Tenner bad. I'oster-Milbi.rn Co.,
scientists said. Mfrs., Buffalo, N Y.
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in view in which the greater , battc efforts at mountain ciimning
iv,, t of the action occurs in ntc I and hair-foreautn aoveniures in ine
Cir. smi- narfs of -Quobec and .regions around Banff and Lake
OF MMi GREAT RETURNS
Ipbilding of Industries Depends Vc?;clatlcs Grown in 1921 Had
I'pon Securing Necessaries j a Val.ie in Excess of One
So Vital Tin's Time ! Ciliion Dollars
depth good values will be developed.
Transfer of properties is expected
with frertuency within the next few
weeks as a result of the Belle-Helen
Merger Mines company having prac
tically been financed to permit of the
construction of a 50-ton millug plant
JK'SfOW. May 15. Uiy 'Mail.)
Ku - a needs a vast atnount of ma
di "V and other mate-, ial . f,r tie-
aiding of her industries, but
! J of a flood, the ineotuim; streams
f supplies are tiny and hai'.i'.y nnl.e
: impression on t'-e at. a tl tt -' is
f the country Had the Gn'oa con
f' ; lice agreed lip in an iiiterualional
lean to help Russia coudiUoiu i'l
tli s regard might be much more fa
vorable today, it Is pointed out, but
as It is, soviet officials are savin
"A little water is welcome in a
Up to the present time the German
Russian agreement, signed at G-.iinti
lllv ., n-ln led Prt-BnJ
V.'AIIING'l ON, June S.-Vegeta-bhs
fr.iwn in the Cnited States in
ifc'l !ia 1 an cs:iaiateil value of $1,
l,ii,i!,i i,o, in, according to the depart
i:.,j!t of tmrictiltiir". This was 1". 7
per cent of the total value of all,
crop- The products of nnrlietiag
t .r leiis, which may or may not have
l ev'i p-o.lii.-Uve eaoiich to he farms
withi.. the census d-f in it inn. are not
iti lulel in these estimates.
Tiie total value of truck vegetables
produced for sala, often called the
.:,.. commercial crop, was estimated by
lie d-partmont at f 227,ftOl),nnO.
The potato crop ha,l a farm value
c.t JSrS.lWrt.flOO, and the sweet po
tato, J::7,'ii,iioii. Together these two
The Ronanza is out arrald and
dares print all the news. Retter
subscribe now and keep posted on
the happenings of the day, both
The last violent eruntien at K
laeea occurred in March, 1''21. Con-;
. siilerable Interest was manifested
'his year in the steady rise of the
jl.iva during the month of February.
oecause oi last years erupiion nir.i
the posibility that it would be re
now tot! in March. The equinox passed,
however, with the lava column about
loo feet below the rim of the crater.
Ordinarily the lava would drop
considerably on the passing of the
equinox but it continued to rise
without cessation since, with more pro
nounced action, until the level was
less than 3u feet below the rim In
the third week of May. GieanMe
crags, the summit of the lava column,
crashed their way upwards through
the lakes and towered tlireateninglv
more than 100 feet above the lakes
and more than 70 feet above the
rim level. At night the sky has been
crimsoned by the glare flf the whili"
hot molten lakes.
J. R. JVlasterson & F. H. Hadley
Physicians and Surgeons
Suite 816 Chronicle Building
Corner Maiket and Kearney
Phone Douglas 4928 San Francisco
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.,,1 A1 r..it rt itin
has not-been followed by any great;1 " ' . ,,. .
lvalue oi ai; veieianies ui i;vi. i
inalo crop of 10111 had a farm value
ecuiiomic co-operation bet wen the
two countries nev.-rtbrless, German
salesmen, German expe:;s and G, ,-r-nian
scouts for G( . : aa c ipiialifll
tt arriving in Moscow in constaiit
4 Increasing numbers. Evi ry train
from RiKa, hrlngs dozens of them,
-i'l t.'u-y ar scat'er'tt:; to the four
corne-s of Rusia t') buy. or sell, or
luilid, or just look around. Some of
'lifin i- turn to Germany dl- custo 1
dli btisinesg chances. Others stay
"nil do business.
Fuu ign money is coming into Kus
in driblets, and foreign Indus
tria's. particularly German, are ac
A'''ing concessions with a measure
"f control by the bolshevik govern
ment. Harr F. Shottack, charge d'affajrs
ef the German mission at Petro
giad, has announced in the Isvestia
"nit a Russo-German chamber of
commerce is to be organized at Fet-
"Germany," he said, "will give to
Russia technical help. I am of the
epinlon that Russia and Germany
can re-establish their economic life
by their own efforts."
This feeling of Heer Shottnck is
shared by many soviet officials with
whom the correspondent has talked.
They never had much hope, after
"ley learned that America would not
I-articipate at Genoa, that they cou'd
expect any immediate economic help
from the al'.ies
The Russian foreign trade depart
ment and the supreme conomlc coun
cil discontinued many negotiations
with' Individuals seeking concessions
or endeavoring to make sales, whl'e
he Genoa conference was in session.
These negotiations aro now to be
ef ttl),uo,iii'i; the catita'oape crop
was worth f 17 iino.nnO; the cucumber,
v.atornelou and cabbaL-e crops each
had a value of about $15,000,000.
Faun gardens aro a new item In
the vegetable list and had an esti
mated value of $105,000,000 in 1912.
The value of the vegtable crop in
relation to prominent single crops
fi'trl to groups oT crops has some
i-'i:lj" ratios for 1921. a year when
'he v'l'i"s of the large crops were
low, the department pointed out. The
o'al value of the vivetab'e crop for
1921 wes S5 per cent of the value
of the g"eat corn crop; it was almost
s lar-re as the value of the hay and
forage crops; it wti nearly one-halt
as large as the value of the dairy
products; it was considerably larger
than fho value of all poultry prod
ucts; 46 per cent larger than the
value of the cotton crop, and 50 per
cent larger than th value of the win
ter and spring wheat crops.
When The Bonanza says jod print
log, tt means that and nothing else.
SIGNS OF ACTIVITY j
, Bellehelen will shortly be the scene i
of considerable activity. In addition
to the wcrk now going forward ia
a Bmall way'by the Belle-Helen Mer-j
gcr Mines company, other owners,
of property have either started opera-
Hons, or are making ready to do to, j
and before another montn nas p.iaa
it is expected that at least a dozen
different hiinra will be receiving attention-
J J. Sweet, one of the oldest resi
derts of that district, has started
timbering the porta! of a fiinnel that
has been driven for about 30 reel,
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