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aniy ppea. TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LV. 25 Cents Per Wee CARSON CITY, NEVADA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 Five cents per --copy No. 263 City D A Ho More TroKto k Sent fterws Provide for Immediate Discharge of 200,000 Men 111 ! - Hk - Cables Busy I - Demobilization Orders Issued and Paris Paper Estimates Germany Owes j Petitions America for Further Re- Germany Is France That Amount ' By United Press j PARTS, Nov. 16. Le Matin declares : Ry United Press ! combat divisions, w ill all 1e given a 11 t'i'rmany owes 1-rance X,W)U.iiiiu,- WASHINGTON. Nov. 16 General ; cl,ante to re-e:lut. The war depart- j (10u- including the following items : War March announced that demobilization ! ment will ask congress to give each dis- cost. $28.000.XK..000; reparation. $20.-( orders has already been issued to pro-1 charged man one month's pay. Dis- pensions. $8.(100.000.000; I-ran-vide for the discharge of 200,000 men j charged soldiers can wear their uni- j co-Prussian war indemnities. $1,000, in the United States within the next ' forms three months after being dis-j WW10: interest on same. $11,000,000. Iwo weeks. No more troops will be j charged. General March said the j )w- sent overseas. He said the convales- American fronts totalled fifty-two milt s j . 1, . . , , , , , . , i , , - i c - i Will Begin Late This Month cent, sick and wounded troops would be , when the armistice va signed. hevcr-( .. . .. " , . , , ... , -i l"y United i'vessj returned from Europe as soon as trans- 1 al of the largest camps will be retained ! WASHINGTON, Nov. lo. French lrts are available. Units in the Unit-; under the large permanent army pro- j cai,it s state that the preliminary &cs ed States would be demobilized in the - gram. The troops from Europe will be j siolls ,,f the peace conference will bc following order: Development battal- ; landed at all Atlantic coast ports. Plans j ftjn at Versailles or Paris late this ions, conscientious objectors, spruce j are now being made to give the Rain- 'month. The regulations governing de producers, central officers' school. Unit- i how division a special reception. Tho ' H1tratins, questions of representation ed States guard troops, railroad troops. division will probably tour the entire ! am general parliamentary problems lepot brigades, replacement units and j country. iu ill be considered then. American lines. Many walked twenty four hours without food. There are a number of California troops among) them. lief, Saying That Facing Famine P.V United Press Germany Trying to Crawfish Fl!v United Tress COPhNH ACKN. Nov. 16. The Deutsche Tages Zietung declares Ger many cannot fulfil the naval armistice terms because the Revolutionists con trol the ships. The chairman of the commission immediately naval Workmen's and Soldiers' Conn- Germany faces famine. oil has asked the sailors to fulfil the j armistice conditions. ' To Bad to Discommode Them PON DON. Nov. 16. Dispatches do- ! I5KRL1N. Nov. 16. Foreien secre taire that Germany wants to send a del- j tary Solf has asked President Wilson .,.,,:, , , tnj,;',- t,. i,l..-:l i. ,r 'to intervene in behalf of German civil- i . . - . j food. Foreign Secretary Solf has wirc- I lessed Seoretarv Lansing, asking Pi'i s- i idem Wilson's permission t t ians in Turkey, declaring it would work a- hardship to force all Germans to ' leave there as the armistice requires. send the j 5ays it would be unreasonable to declaring that ' force the German blind and orphan hos J pitals to close. c 1 Government Continues Diserimination i Heretofore Practiced On Nevada Railways! Troops Entering Brussels (By United Tress PARIS. Nov. 16. Belgian outposts Brussels this morning. Entry Postponed litv United Press LONDON. Nov. 10. King Albert' entrv into Brussels has been postponed because of disorders there. Allied mil itary action may be necessary to stop , Grrman soldiers from pillaging and de str i ing pri iperty. News That's lip to the lite enteret tornadoes hit tliis town within an hour :" each other, killing one and injuring thirteen. The following has been received from ' ample, are basically 4 cents per mile on J. I' Shaughnessy of the Nevada Rail- ! the main line and 5 cents on the branch road commission, and as in itself it is ! lines, the pre-war $90-scrip books gave thoroughly self-explanatory it is pub- j the owners thereof the equivalent of a lished without comment : li cent fare upon the main line and a Carson, Ntv., Nov. 16, 1918. 1 3-cent fare on the branch lines, iuclud- Editor Appeal 1 am enclosing for your ing the privilege of standard sleeping use a copy of a letter which this com- i car service at Tegular rates therefor, mission has written to the Hon. Edward j At present, however, because of rail- Prisoners Being Returned P.v United Press WITH THE AMERICANS FRANCE, Nov. 16. Hundred American prisoners are reaching IN the Hv United Tress I LONDON. Nov. 16. The German' command proposes that a six-mile safe ty zone be established between the Gor man and American armies. i"y United Tress NF.W VOKK. Nov. Id. Henry Ford may demand a recount of Michigan's senatorial vote. Trains Collide Remove Footwear Restrictions . . ' '. . r Lt) ANGF.LES, Nov. 16. Five per- i!v I nited Trcssl WASHINGTON. Nov. 16. The War S',IIS w'--re -cnously hurt and tmeen ,.. 'slightly, when ;sania -na ana ran i e dro trains collided. It is believed the Santa Ana train missed the signals. Industries board has removed all wear price restrictions. y i j Chambers, director of traffic, for the United States railreiad administration, which deals with and shows the status of the passenger fare situation on fed eral operated railroads in our state at the present time. Whereas, the fares on the Southern Pacific company within Nevada, for ex- THE DAY'S CASUALTY LIST By United i-ress WASHINGTON. Nov. 16. Follow ing is the list of casualties issued to day : Killed in action 202 Died of wounds 156 Died from accident and other causes 3 Died from aeroplane accident ... Died of disease Wounded severely Wounded, degree undetermined Wounded slightly Missing in action . 1 .173 . 28 . 82 .163 .267 road administration order No. 28. ef- ' fective June 25th. the aforesaid basic j passenger fares have been increased ' 16:. per cent where standard sleeping j car service is taken and. therefore the: present fares are respectively 4:66 cents j per mile on the main line and 5.83 cents on the branch lines. On the lines to the j east and north of us. comprising the ' Union Pacific, the Northern Pacific, the: Great Northern and the Chicago, Mil waukee &' St. Paul, the basic fares are. and have for several years past been. 3 cents per mile on both main and branch lines. Trusting this makes the matter en tirely clear, and with best wishes. I am, etc. Mr. Shaughnessy 's letter to Mr. Chambers follows : Hon. F.dward Chambers. Director of Traffic. United States Railroad Ad ministration, Washington. D. C. My Dear Mr. Chambers Prior to my i fr i ii i ! i n n if h v iinifiifui d.WUIIldldlV(j to M tally To Lift Camp Lewis Quarantine IBy United Press TUn! Nov Id The influenza juai amine at Lamp Lewis win in nit ed Monda. President Masaryk Leaves for Prague fhv United Tress W ASHINGTON. Nov. lo. President Masaryk of the C.echo-Slovak republic, has left for Prague to take the active leadership of his government. Coming Thick and Fast IDv United Tres? PRAGUF. Okla.. Nov. 16. Three Military Clothes to Be Taboo (liv United Press NKW YORK. Ntv. 16. Fashion leaders here predict a sudden ami de cided change from military fashions when tlte soldiers return. He-cause Sol diers are tired of everything military. Will Wish They Hadn't Bv United Press T ACOMA. Nov. lo. Drastic action is expected to be taken against forty six soldiers who withdrew their first citizenship papers, claiming exemption on the grounds of being neutral aliens. RED CROSS GOODS FILL GREAT DEPOT BRITISH DAY Not Necessary to Deprive Ourselves of Mouthful of Food U"y United Press LONDON. Nov. hv mai 1. Coll By United Tress NF.W YORK, Nov. 16. Chairman Hoover said it would not be necessary for the United States to deprive herself of one mouthful of food to feed Ger many. He said the Allies are interest ed in Germany securing a stable gov ernment so that she can pay the French man 'street, down by the Bank of Eng land, is in the heart of the historic old "City of London." The Armorer's Hall is there with its treasures which recall the wars of the barons and its gorgeous .in,! n..1.ri:m debts. He stated also that ' ,m an1 M,Nl'r I)laU onlv three European districts. South 1 church of St. Stephen's spared by Nearby is the old j the ' and Denmark, have great fire. Total 1,075 Among the names given are those of Corporal John V.. Newman, Carson City. New. died from wounds ; Private Lute Davis. Jr., Gold Hill. Nov., died of disease; Thomas V. O'Hara. San Fran cisco, died from wounds. two occasions during the summer re- t in uardintr the matter of this adiustment. i lcitio railroad, and the density of st activity is . merican departure from Washington, or or about Tllc questions relating to sparsity of Russia. Hunearv .ov ... e .. Coleman streets newes situ k ie.HL louei. i ! the ereat storehouse oi the and I tan along the line ot the t n- ; Ked Cross. ! x i te v. a i e uonse i 1 1 n ' mij'iv.-'iv traffic covering both interstate and state : than any display of chased cuirass or iv:.. ., ,.,-.,.-( ;,..,ii,. -.ti t,t, ir.,,,.-. i - i. :.. ...it, lltUoe on kiiaeiieuii' tin oi oie uau.? HMUOiieu eiaiis. i i i iun as m'n , ing as the out church. 1 lie warehouse! In this behalf, I set forth for your in- i has the advantage of size, too. and Governor Boyle today issued the fl- ' lowing proclamation: ; "When the anniversary of the Fall of ; the Bastile was celebrated in the Unit- ed States the prevailing sentiment was that ot admiration and gratitude to ward France for her noble sacrifices on the altar of Liberty for eur good and that of the whole world. "It seems fitting now that some ex- Private Guisseppe Bondini of Church hill, Nov.. who was previously reported missing in action, has returned to duty. ill Vvmla Arion-j an1 Vpu- fev-in ! i, irm-i t ii .tl tnlib vvhirll rle.-irlv llortrPVS i f-fr- lloor is filled with tinny; for the i C-U oi ine neroie oik oi me m iumi the situation: TO FILL RYAN'S PLACE lines and from 4 to 5 cents per mile on i the branch lines; whereas, throughout! LTtah. Wyoming. Montana, Idaho and ' i eastern Washington and. Oregon, the fares are uniformly 3 cents per mile. It is stated that it has been practic-! As t,lc trunk ,ines serving these ter ally settled that William A. Burns, late , rhories operate under practically iden Democratic candidate for state inspec-; tica! circumstances and conditions. I tor of mines, w ill be named for the po- 'rlieve you conceded that there was no 11 11 ,' ii . . ir mi urac in v a oi me irans- i tnnvuttcii rr:itts c 1 -r.i tii .i 1 iT ,i....:4 r - I .-sepie.m.er in. i nau a conierence wun l'l'u''" -u i.au.t uen.suv we.e . e- , o ,millcnt;il lilu,s ;5 f-;iirly c mluuraUe. ! i,w as the old church. you in your ottice, and among other ! viewed. While the population is sparse things I raised, for your 'information i i .i ... ... aim coitM.teration. ine tact that the pas-, it is emlaliy sparse throughout Wyom senger iares on tne government con- trolled and operated railways within j STATISTICS, INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, FOR JUNE 30, Nevada. Atizoua and New Mexico are! 1915' PAGE 281 1'.. -. v., ,rv . - 1 i"SO -H- 4 Train Revenue Rev. P'"e. per per ! hospital liiu-n of all kinds. tram pass r clivisi(ins ,,t- tl-e 5(,(HX feet of il mile nor mi. pression of similar sentime-uts ought in justice to be made respecting the splen did service done by the British people. "At the request, therefore, of the Na- tioual British Day committee and other ; National associations, I. Emmet D. Boyle, governor of the atc of Nevada, designate and appoint Saturday, ne ither 7. 1918 as British Dav in recog- basically 4 cents per miie on the main Union Pacific Northern Pacific Great Northern Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Chicago & Northw'rn Atchison. Topeka sition of superintendent of the local justification tor the discrimination in mint, made vacant by the death of Ed , question, and if I recall correctly you Rvan. 'stated that you understood from a con- Burns is said to have the support of . terence you had had with Mr. (..arret j will you kindly advise if the railreiad protection from the government that is j cverv corner Number per Passengers Passenger Passenger milt Carried Mileage Revenue road ...30.893.106 1.318,800.831 ?28,136,546 $5,014 .... 4.761.935 518.411.788 iu.051.d0J 3.W13 .... 8.756.784 600.273.153 13.619.114 2.593 .... 8,4o8,317 575.020.55o 13.164.857 2.254 ....16.065.456 858.452,321 17.952.428 2,426 ...22.708.392 1.079.264.875 20.185.564 2.726 ...33.079.550 1.130.297.641" 20.528.443 3.205 .11.810,565 1.183.843.201 24.117.973 3.601 nieriran Soldier. Here in one huce pile are 000 bales of , soldiers and sailors ii blankets. It seems as if one could blanket all the Allies from this one Another pile contains nothing but vhile other 1.31 1.49 1.44 1.31 Ixith Senators Pittman and Henderson and will have no opposition to the ap pointment Fort that an adjustment would soon be made whereby .3-cent passenger fares would be basically applied to traffic in ither sections of I am, very truly administration will make this adjust- being accorded ment in the near future, or if there are country. difficulties in the wav of such ac.io.i; With best wishes The office carries with it a salary of j Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. being taken promptly, will you kindly yours. $1,800 a year, but a bill is now before ! As a result of the withdrawal of ! indicate what they are. As before s'.at- : J-'F. SHAUGHNESSY. script book and round-trip privileges cd, our people are clearly unable to see j First Associate Commissioner Rail which our people enjoyed prior to gov- j vvhv they should not receive the srmt j road Commission of Nevada. congressional committees asking that it lie increased to $250 per month. -on VICTORY BOYS READY TO WORK Leaves raked, yards cleaned, odd jobs done by patriotic boys. People wanting help, or boys wanting jobs, ap ply to Rev. Harold H. Kelley. local di rector, or to Principal Walter J. Hunt ing, county director. . CO Latest telegraph and reliable local news in the Appeal. ernment operation, the increase in their transportation charges ranges from 25 per cent to 86.4 per cent, and they are complaining bitterly regarding the dis crimination which is being imposed upon them by the government, compar ed to other sections of the intertnoun tain country. , I may also state, for your informa tion that I ronfered with Mr. G.irret If union defending Bel gium. 1-ranee ami tne t ntteu states from our common foes. "We recall that it was not Interna tional law. but the Br'tish fleet which kept the sea lanes opm to our Com merce and closed to our enemies ami which defended Us even bef-re we had begun to defend ourselves. We cannot afford to forget ihese facts and I ap prehend that we do not forget them but that we will give expression t on" fetlings of admiration and gratitude toward Britain on British Day. I fur ther suggest that appropriate observ- stores here come from ; U' ,lia,k' ' ,,:c churches on Dc- the United States, from mh u 1 .,.i ,1... , ! - i- i i i . l i Vi ve uimei tnv iiuiivi tim liis K'v" tin: individual chapters ot the complex or- ... .... . i v. i t seal ot the state ot Acvada. at the cap italisation known as the American Ked . , . , ,. , . , , , "fros: ! 1,1 Carson City, tins 16th day ot . ' " r ,, , .,;,, ,,,., . : i November, in the vear of our Lord one One of the most interesting parts ot i 1 .t ,-, ,i ,. ,,,,1 t " ! thousand nine hundred and eighteen, the warehouse is the section devoted to. ,s .,,,, ti t "E. D. BOW.,!-., Governor, bonded stores. This , big room is i OI . . n. .. i r r?-,.i:. t. pracucauv auepaimm.it.. u.t . . t.-l.-f.rai.liir news in the An- ci:tr.' :irc f1tv-oti'fl tn mirh thitiL'S as 'oiy'-jy woolli ns. flannel cloth for convalescent .02269 j suits, jiyramids of pajamas, shelves .02289 j upon shelves of surgical supplies sys- tematicalTv classified. The whole un 02091 ..:. .., .... I COU(Uerailie sjjuu oi ine .vvair. ciiivi 1.39 .01870 ! Strijies. floating from Maine to Califor 122 .01816 'nia. penetrates this vast storehouse in , s-!old London. A'JV 'U-U-V! The great NEW SUPERINTENDENT NAMED cisco and is now working in the ship yards at that port. Who will be named to succeed Mr. i Day in the treasurer's office has not : been stated. uepa.i.ntni o. u.e j uU.j,ral)lic news in thc customs officer is there on 1 , Fort, assistant director of traffic, on Dudley, who recently left for San Fran At a meeting of the capitol commis sioners yesterday afternoon CI s P. Day, watchman in the state trta-urer's office, was named superintendent of the j Sl,nator Harry Moreluuse of Reno Capitol building to fill the position ! was an arr;val this mi)rning to atten t made vacant by the resignation of Pat j to some legal matters bcfore the 1(,cal courts. peal. excise. A duty, to vise all incoming or outgoing consignments of things that would be j the dozen. All these things come in free duitable to ordinary importers, such as j of duty for the American soldier, tobacco, sugar and chloroform. Under ! In the labyrinth of these storerooms. his care there are more than 5.000.000 j one begins to realize the stupendous cigarets waiting delivery to hospital I scope of this war and of the American and canteens, together with great quan- effort which is being put into it. Every tities of chewing tobacco and pipe to- ! item of goods in this vast warehouse bacco. Here, too. are scores of barrels j has come across the sea in defiance of of sugar and "great sacks of coffee by the threat of the German U-boats.