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The Eureka sentinel. (Eureka, Nev.) 1902-current, November 30, 1918, Image 1

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rHE EUREKA SENTESTEL
STAB LIS HED 1870 EUREKA, NEVADA. NOVEMBER 30, 1918 PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
I MOURNERS
HI THIS FUNERAL
ihn Barleyoorn Will Be Con
signed To Final Beat in Ne
| vada December 16
Tho funeral of the late John Bar
■corn, died in this State November
will be held with appropriate cere
onies on December 16th. The
Burning costumes are now being
anned. The place of interment
is not yet been announced, but will
> announced later.
In commenting on the obsequies of
e late John, the Nevada NewsLet
r has the following to say:
'‘Thirty days hence the big night
at will mark the passing of ‘booze’
II be upon us and it is not unlikely
at the movement into the dry coi
nn will be ‘celebrated’ in just some
ich lively fashion as was some years
to the passing forevermore of wide
jen gambling. On that occasion
ie ceiling was hit hard as those of
ie fraternity and those not of the
sternity bade farewell to the whirr
[the ball and the click of the dice
id the zip of the cards. Liquor will
0 its way with a whoop and then
lilt ensue a contest to bring it back,
(range is the statement, but a fact
[is. The wets are already planning
1 resort to the courts in an attempt
i prove the act unconstitutional and
ie best of information has it that
is move will be inaugurated the
iry day after the drys reach over
id take the works. Some say that,
nong other things, the contestants
ill aver that the petition esme not
to law on the full voice of the peo
e a considerable numbed of voters
iving been taken ‘involuntary’ from
le privilege of participating in the
icision and placed afar on the bat
■front. But probably there are
her contentions beside this that the
ets will rely upon to sustain them
the presentation of their case and
More the high court at Carson. At
by rate there is going to be a fight
(ought’ and it will be an interesting
»e as the best legal talent in the
tat * throws its lines of argument in
I the case.
“That the next Nevada Legislature
till ratify the Federal prohibition
jnendment goes without saying. The
lerc calling of the votes will settle
le question and this State will have
Ided its ratification to the unlimited
imber that will be recorded ere the
in shines again. In other words,
lere is little question that more than
e necessary thirty-six States will
ive ratified the amendment by the
iddle of Spring of the coming year,
year thereafter the nation will, as
overnor Boyle has so amusingly put
, become ‘as dry as dust.’ ”
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W. H. RUSSELL
* Eureka, Nevada
TO SNOW PROPER ATTENTION
TO NATIONAL ANTHEM
It is to be regretted that so few
people appear to really know how to
act when the American National An
them is played.
In the military branch it is summed
up in one word:—ATTENTION; and
that word covers every phase of the
respect due.
Attention means, giving your abso
lute, UNDIVIDED attention to the
anthem. If walking, halt and stand
motionless until the anthem is finish
ed; if sitting, rise; you can not give
your “attention" if you are talking,
so BE SILENT; for the same reason,
if you are driving a car or team, stop.
In addition, a man is supposed to
uncover his head; the proper man
ner of uncovering is to remove the
hat with the right hand, and hold it
opposite the left shoulder. Don’t try
to imitate a salute; that is as patri
otically wrong, though not as bad
manners, as it is to greet a lady in
that manner.
It is wrong to uncover or give any
form of special “attention” to "Amer
ica,” "Dixie” or anything other than
"The Star Spangled Banner”; such
acts only detract from the proper re
spect to the air entitled to receive it.
When you see any one not observing
the above rules, put it down he or
she is unpatriotic or ignorant.
Remember to fully observe “AT
TENTION” and you will be correct.
GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY
The proceedings against Senator
La Follette of Wisconsin for an al
leged disloyal speech at St. Paul
more than a year ago have been dis
missed by the Senate.
President Wilson signed the Emer
gency Agricultural Appropriation
Bill with its legislative rider provid
ing for National prohibition from
next July 1 until the American Ai my
is demobilized.
Merely using oil once, as is done
in most commercial and private
owned automobiles, will not satisfy
military conservation officials. Or
ders recently issued provide for the
collecting of this commodity at all
shops in camp and its delivery to the
conservation and reclamation divis
ion for treatment and re-use.
The Southern Pacific Company has
announced that the guards on tun
nels have been removed. At the
outset of the war soldiers guards
were placed at the terminals of all
tunnelB and along some of the heavy
cuts. The result has been that no
accidents have happened by pro-Ger
man factors.
ITALY EARNED HER
SHARE OF VICTORY
Five Million Men of Her 36,000,
000 Inhabitants Were Called
Under Arms In Becent
War
A United Press correspondent
writing from Rome under date of
November 23 says:
With the end of the war, which
renders no longer necessary secrecy
regarding the mobilization efforts of
the various allied countries, the fact
has just been made public that Italy’s
total mobilization reached just 14 1-2
per cent of her entire population.
This figure is believed will surpass
that of any of the other allied na
tions.
Of a total of 36,000,000 inhabitants,
Italy called under arms over 5,000,
000 men.
To do this it was necessary to call
out not only all of her oldest classes
that could possibly be of any service,
but to send also her youngest classes
to the front in a greater proportion
than any of the other Allies. Italy’s
class of 1899, comprising the 19-year
old boys of the nation, were at the
front a year before hostilities ceased,
while all of the most important ele
ments of the 1900 class of 18-year-old
boy soldiers have been under arms
for the last six months.
In addition to the 5,000,000 men
under arms, Italy has engaged in her
establishments for the manufacture
of war material 900,000 men and 200,
000 women and boys. In addition,
' France was supplied with over 70,
000 Italian workmen for keeping up
the civilian work of that country, be
sides thousands of auxiliary troops
who were engaged in the construc
tion of military defenses along the
entire French front, making a total
of war industrial mobilization of 1,
300,000. Added to this was the
agricultural mobilization, consisting
largely of old men, women and boys
who replaced the 3,000,000 Italian
agriculture workers who were called
under arms. Italy’s military, indus
trial and civil mobilization thus
reached a total of over 8,000,000.
An eastbound freight train ran into
another eastbound freight, stand
ing on the main line in front of the
depot at Shafter, Elko County, and
four cars were derailed. The engine
of the rear train was thrown from
the track and overturned, and engi
neer Frank Hillman was killed and
Fireman O. J. Hill slightly injured.
Both are residents of Elko.
THE SPANISH HOTEL
ThU hotel, formerly the Venezia, ie now under new management and will
be conducted in a manner to pleaae all patrons. Meals 75 cents. Koorn and Board
$50 per month. Board *40 per month. Spanish style of cooking.
LEON AGUIRRE, Proprietor
Main and Silver Streets * Eureka* Nevada
THE EUREKA GASH STORE
Has just received the first of Three Oarloads of the
Well Known High Patent -
KAYSVILLE FLOUR
Also large shipments of other merchandise and
Stockmen’s supplies for Winter
J. B. REBALE ATI • • R. C. KELLEY
NEW GARAGE OPENED
4_
We have opened a new Garage in Eureka and will soon be prepared to handle all
kinds of automobile repairing work, but on account of the non-arrival of our tools are
unable to do general repair work at this time.
A large stock of United States tires and tubes for Dodge and Ford oars is carried.
We carry Union Gasolene and Distillate, and AriBto and White Star oils in all
grades, which will be sold either wholesale or retail.
EELLET A REBALEATI
South Main Street adjoining Merialdo Hotel, Eureka, Nevada.
Tony Pollari Bdward Herrera
THE EUROPA HOTEL
Under new management is now the leading'hotel in Enreka. It is a
brick and stone building with hot and cold water throughout, and an up
to-date Bath Room. Particular attention is given to the Table and first
class meals will be served at 75 cents. Room and Board 950 per month.
Board 940 per month. Bar in connection.
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Corner Main and Clark Streets Eureka, Nevada
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