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State News and Happenings of General Interest
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Nevada. Kvectitivi ’.'•lutrt
IIM'llt.
\\ li(1 res)~ I he lu< lit it's whit It
, roved so Hifit i>nt for the training of .
soldiers at iht American enntoniiicuu- j
;ir),1 particularly at fiwnp I •“•vis,
American l,rtl<**. Washington, are still
in cxntenet ind will 1m* tontinued
for tin instruction >1 those who may
.■nlist th'* Army henceforth: and
Whereas. The instruction avail*
,title includes not only the highest
type Otf Jihtsit tl development. ho*
ttlso courses along academit lines a.s
well as practical training in trsules
and <•' mm< irial arts.
\' Therefore. 1, Km in cm |>.
''u it <inv. rnor of the State of Ne
vada, l»v nutlicirity in me vested, do. j
I v this proclamation, call t. the at- i
tcntirin ,1 an voting men. who are
11,1 ■' considering tlieir ftituie course,
the manv advantage; which are of
fered a; I’amp law is and other train
ing ‘amps whiiij are still operating,
tor the obtaining of perhaps the most
practical and useful training and
educ ation n all ac tivities of life (hat
have ever been placed within their
KM SENIOR SENATOR PROPOSES POSSIBLE
SOLUTION 10 LEE6UE 01 NATIONS DISPUTE
Key t'.it).inn. senior senai.tr from
Neva.in «i" hl*> W*en a st
siijnairter • > he I.eamie ii Nations,
on 'V' llneMln S Jiroreilletl t(. (he
,tc coin | ae.iitse pro| tonal in the
form 01 a resolution which ae
lieves 11Tors .• t illation to the liis
[H'in* - to whether or not
r» s rv ition mil I :o .ntn tie- actual
iaificatfott . t the treats Senator
liftmans i sohiti m is m ijr.* with
Tut* font i• *r\a»i ins agreed on by
sesoj, . .nildiran onators declaring
tfiem t t constitute the senate-'* un
« « i - ; ii* . of dv ;»uted j*oiitf the
< * venain
Senator Pittman of Nevada. Who Proposes Reservation* to the
League of Nation* Covenant
Senator littnuin said the reserva
tions had not been submitted to the
president. They are similar to those
proposed by a group of seven Hepuh
litati senator- and deal with ti * right
»f withdrawal troin the league. ar_
tide X, domestic U'M'tdion* and the
Monroe doctrine
Senator Pittman said the resolu
litin was in line with the suggestion
i"ade to the foreign relnttons com
it'ltlec Tuesday by President Wil
ton. that, if reservations are to bo
eiadi they should lie embodied it' a
separate resolution and not in the
resolution ot ratification, which
Wight make new negotiation* neces
sary
Tin . solution follows:
"Thai when the senate of the I’nlt
< d States shall advise and consent to
'he ratification of the treaty of
peace with Germany^ Hlgncd at Paris
on tin1 jNth day of June, 1919. now
pending in the senate. It lie done with
and in consideration of the following
understanding as to the presenl anil
future construction and interpreta
tion to bo given to the treaty
"1 That whenever the two years’
"otj-eof withdrawal from the league
of nations 8hall have been given by
any member of the league as provld
«d in article 1, the government giv
*nK such notice shall be the sole
lodge whether all its international
obligationa and all Its abllgations un
der tbe covenant shall have been ful
Olled at the time of withdrawal.
2. That the aunpeotiona of the
•ouncll of tho league of natlona aa to
j the m«nn;( of carrying into effwt the
I ( lilig.itinns of article X, the execu
j lion of which may require the use of
military or naval forces. «>r economic
measures, cau only be carried out
through voluntary separate, action of
each of the representative govern
ments. member* of the league, and
| that the failure of any such govern
ment to adopt the suggestions of the
I council of the league or to provide j
such military or naval force* or'
I ec onomical measure*, shall not con
stItntc a moral or legal violation of
the treaty
"I!. That all domesii. and |K>Ilti
i al question* relating to the inter
nal relations if the government,
which is a member of the league, in
cluding Immigration, coastwise traf
li.. the tari/T and commerce, are solo,
li within the Jurisdiction of «ucli
! government and are not by the cov
enant of the league of nations sul>
I mitted in any way either to arbitra
tion or to the consideration of coun
cil assembly of the league of nations,
lor to the decision or recommenda
tion of any power If a dispute arises
between ipartics with regard to a
|question other than those which are
j herein specifically exempted as do
I mestic questions and It is claimed by
lone of the parties that such question
i is a domestic and political question,
'relating to its Interna! affairs, then
the council shall not consider "r
make recommendations thereon, ox
‘cep: upon the unanimous vov» of tha
council, other than the representa
tive* of the disputant.
reach hv anv lirancli of the govern
ment
The f ongoing suggestions are.
made to call attention to the 'pry
radical change's wliiih have come
over the Army in conection with tile
tiaining of enlisted men in the lest
four vears. This change is so ex
tensive and tl»e opportunities offered
tire of such value that no young man
-particularly of limited means —
should make a decision as to his fu
ture course without making an earn
est inquiry into the opportunities
which the Government now offers *o
him through the medium of enlist
ment in the Regular Army of the
t’nited States.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal of the State of Nevada, at
the Capitol, in ( arson City, this 13th
• lay of August, in ’he year of our
Lord, one thousand nine hundred
and nineteen
KM MKT l> HOY LK,
Governor.
Hy the Governor
Georg,. Hrodigan. Secretary of State !
TONOP.IAH MINKS 11*1,K
,"KM*IX(i I ,.\IU * IC Tlt«*t lll.KS
The demand of the Tonopoh and
Divide miners lor an in< rease in
wages has resulted in a complete
shut down of all of the workings in
rtie two camps Not a whistle was
blown In town Tuesday, the first
lime in its history that there lias nut
ix*e.n some sort of acknowledgement
of labor and work. The town re
mains quiet, and while several meet
ings oi conference have been held
•luring the day uo results have been
given the public
The Wingfield properties in Divide
• I used down following orders from
headquarters. Many ol the Divide
miners have gone to Tonopah. the re
sult being a crowded city where men
congregate and nothing but strike
news is discussed.
l-'or a time it was believed that the
-irike would be called off, as the con
servative element at the first confer
ence concluded to postpone the strike
• all This did not have the effect
intended as the radicals immediate’y
called open air meetings and through
lheir expression it was evident that
the strike was to run its oourse.
ITiat the miners are divided on the
question of strike is regarded as the
one feature that :nav lead to an early
adjustment Those who are demand
ing the increase of |my also insist on
the retroactive pay dating from Aug
ust lllth, and should the strike hold
out and concession be granlted later
the bach pay will have to he met by
’ »he operators
Home of the operators concerns
are steadfast in their announcement
that there will be no increase in the
wage list, while some of the smaller
going concerns seem inclined to meet
he demands, which has left the mat
ter in a very unsettled condition.
While the merchants and others in
terested in the two camps are coa
1 cerncd over the agitation and the
! idleness of the men. there is a gener
al feeling of confidence, as it is real
ized that the Tonopuh mines are In a
production and profit basis, while at
i least three of the Divide properties
can afford to < lose down, as their
ore Is exposed and can he handled
any time in the future
The attempt of the 1. W. W. ele
ment to start strife has been held
down to date. At an open meeting
an Arizona agitator was celled down
and left in disgust. Those who at
tempted to gain entrance into the
labor councils have so far failed. the
result being that while a strike is on
no violations have taken plaoe and
none Is anticipated, as order has been
maintained by the miners themselves.
It is Bimply a question of wages and
other concessions with no I. W. W.
propaganda or influences in lb** mix
ture
VIRGINIA CITY STIUKK
A WAITS Fl'RTHKR OURKRN I
Following the referendum vote of
the \ irginia City miners to strike for
im Increase of one ilollur a day 'wo
properties have closed The Com
stock leasing company, employing
Ilfty men, closed down Tuesday morn
ing. This Included both the mine
and the milling plant
The Con. Imperial of Gold Hill,
which was recently taken over and
development work startl'd closed
down {tending the settlement of the
issues.
Superintendent S> mines, superin
tendent of the north end mines, gave
out a statement to the effect that he
and the others had nothing furthre to
offer, as all matters hsd hoou dis
cussed In the many conferences that
have been held. No attempt will be
made to operate the mines if the
strike order is issued.
“We will pull the pumps tn all the
properties with which I am connect
ed," ho said, "and will dismantle the
hoist at the Union shaft if the men
ro out and If they ever see lit to re
tro to work at tk« present scale of
$5 a day wo may start up again but
it will be some time before opera
tions can be resumed as the mines
will be filled with water.
"I was asked to confer with the
miners again and I told them there
was nothing to confer about. Of
course I am willing to lalk to them
but everything has been discuss d
and they have voted to strike. We
can not grant a wage increase. When
the\ notify me that they are going
on strike wo will close down com
pletely.”
The Con tide nee. Challenge. Im
perial and Alpha mines at Gold >1111 ]
elosed down Tuesday morning pay
ing off fifteen men who were starting
a (oint shaft for the proper*!' s.
(emasculated mentality leaves
the patient woozy.
Dern a safety mu. < ii with no
seratching place.
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upon securities. Rapid wire
service to all markets
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Ely. Nevada Tel. 60
LEGAL NOTICES
APPLICATION NO. VI71
Notice of i| |t|ii.i(inn for IVrnui*tuoi«
to Appropriate the PubUr Water*
of the State of Nevada.
Notice io li.-robv given tlia. on the
23 rd day of inn< 1919. In accord
ance with Set lion 39. Chapter 140,
Of the Statute- of 191!. orp Andrew
Ronndy. if Schellhounie. Count\ c.f
White i’ ll.' in■! state f Nevada,
made aiipllcatlon to the St.U. hnifl
neer of Nevada for permission *o ap
propriate the puhlii waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropria
tion i« to he made from Sharpe
Creek, at a point which bears S. 30
deg. 31* min. VV , 27,000 feel to tho
S. % corner of Sec. 32, T. 23 N.,
R. 66 B., approximately in NE^4
NW»4, Sec. 14, T. 23 N v R. 06 E.,
M. U. B. & M., unsurveyed, by
means of a dam. and one cubic foot
per second is to bo conveyed to ap
proximately NEV4 NW *4 , Sec. 14, T.
23 N., R. 66 E, M. D. B. ft M., un
surveyed, by means of reservoir, and
there used for stock watering pur
poses. not to be returned to stream.
J. O. SCRUGHAM.
State Engineer.
First publication August 24, 1919.
Last publication September 21^ 1919.
LEGAL NOTICES
U’PMCATION NO. VM11.
Notice of Applif atioii for i’eniusMOH
tr. AppCcpriMr the Ihiblle Water*
of the State of Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that on the
eighth day of July. 1919. in accord
ance with Section 59. Chapter 140,
of the Statutes of 1913, one J. H.
Goodman, of McGill. County of
White Pine, and State of Nevada,
made application to the State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
propriate the public waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropriation
is to be made from Willow Springy
at a i*oint which bears N 26 deg. E.
3450 feet from the west >4 corner of
Sec. 16, T 19 N . R. 62 E. M. D R.
&. M .. by means of pipes, and one
tenth cubic foot per second is to be
conveyed to a point which bears N.
26 deg E 3500 feed from the west
’4 corner of Sec. 16. T. 19 N., R,
62 E M. I) i;. # M., by means of
pipes and troughs, and there used
; for stock watering purposes. Water
j not to be returned to stream.
t G 9CRUGHAM,
State Rngiaeer
‘First publication August 24. 1919.
Last public ation September 21, 1919
\l*l»l,ICATION NO. 5072. j
Notice of Application fo* Permission
to Appropriate the .Public Waters
of the State of Nevada
Notice is hereby given that on the
15th dav of August. 1919. in accord
ance with Section '.9, ('hapter 140,
of the Statutes of 1913, one Mike
Sala, of East Ely. County of White
bine, and State of Nevada, made ap
plication to the State Enginer of Ne
vada for permission to appropriate
the ptihlie waters of the State of Ne
vada. Sinn appropriation is to l>«?
made from Willow Spring, at a point
in approximately NW Vi of NW *4,
See. 7, T. 12 N .. R ME., M D
11. M ., by means of pipes, ami nno
, tenth cubic foot per second is to be
conveyed to approximately NW A
N W 'A. Sec. 7. T 12 N\, R. t.4 K.,
M. IJ. 11. A M., by means of pipes,
and troughs, and there used for stock
watering and domestic purposes.
Water not to la returned to stream.
I G. SCRUGHAM,
State Engineer.
first publication August 24. 1919.
Last publication September 21. 1919.
APPLICATION NO. .1673.

Vot i< «• of Application for 1‘i'nnnMun
to Appropriate the I'lblic Waters
of the State or Nevada.
Notice is hereby giver that on the
15th day of August, 1919, in accord
ance with Section 59, Chapter 140,
of the Statutes of 1913, one Mike
Sala, of Last Ely, County of White
Pine, and State of Nevada, made ap
plication to the State Engineer of
Nevada for permission to appropri
ate the public waters of the State *»f
Nevada. Such appropriation is to be
made from Cottonwood Spring, at a
point approximately in S\*'*4 of
SWV« Sec 31. T 13 N.. R 64 E..
M . I). B. & M., by means of pipes,
and one-tenth cubic foot per second
Is to be conveyed to approximately
SW'4 SW'4, Sec. 31. T 13 N . It.
6 4 E.. M. 1). B. & M ., by means of
pipes, and troughs, and there used
for stock watering and domestic pur
poses Water not to be returned to
stream.
•L G. SCRUGHAM.
State Engineer.
First publication August 24, 1919.
Last publication September 21, 1919. j
APPLICATION NO. V172.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
of the Mate of Neruda.
Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of June. 1919, in accord
ance with Section 69, Chapter 140,
of the Statutes of 1913, one Andrew
Hound}. of Schellbourne, County of
'Vhlte Pine, and State of Nevada,]
made application to the State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
propriate the public waters of the
State ct Nevada. Such appropriation
is io be m.Tde front Middle Creek, at
a point whence the S‘i Cor of Sec.
32, T 23 N. It 66 E„ bears S. 34 deg.
4 5 min W., 36,000 feet, approxi
mately in SE'a, NW*4. See 1, T. 23
N . R, 60 E., M I) H. * M , un
sttrveyed, by means of a dam, and
one cubic foot per second is to be
conveyed to approximately SE'A
NWy«, Sec 1, T. 23N., R. 66 E.,
M. I). 11 * M ., by menns of reser
voir, and tliere used for stock water
ing purposes. Water not to be re
turned to stream.
J. O. SCRUGHAM, ]
State Engineer. '
First publication August 24, 1919.
L^8t publication September 21, 1919.
LEGAL NOTICES
APPLICATION VO. .-VVK*.
Notice of Appliniiinii for I'remission
to Appropriate the .Public Waters
of the Stale of VcthiIii
Notice is hereby given that on the
••Oth flay of Anne, 1919, in accord
ance with Section 59. Chapter HO.
of the Statutes of 1913, one Thomas
Mathis, of Osceola. County of White
Pine, and State of Nevada, made ap
plication to the State Engineer of
Nevada tor permission to appropriate
the public waters of the State of Ne
vada. Such appropriation is to l>e
made from Unnamed Springs in Nlfc
of SB 14. Sec 33. T. 15 N.. R fix E„
M . D. H. & M.. at a point in the
NK Cor. NW 14 SE14 Sec 33, and
NB14 NE 14. Sec. 33. T 15 N„ R
H E , M. D. B. it M ., by means of
a reservoir, and two cubic feet per
second is to be conveyed to N1<*
SB 14 . Sec 33. SW 14 NW 1-4. Sec
I 34. SB 14 NE1;, Sec. 33. T 15 N .
I R. #X E.. M. I). B * M . by means
‘ of ditches, and there used for irriga
|tion and domestic purposes, from
March 15tn until Sepleniber 30th of
each year. Water not to be return
ed to stream.
I « SOKUGHAM.
State Engineer.
First publication August 3. 1919
Last publication August 31, 1919
APPLICATION no. MM.
Notice of Application for IVnnlasion
to Appropriate the ,1’nbMc Waters
of the S««le of Nevada
Notice is hereby given that on tb
fourth day of August. 1919. in ac
cordance A’ith Section 59, Chapter
140, of the Statutes or 1913., the
'Maine Gold Mining and Milling com
part v. a corporation, of Ely, County
of White Fine, and State of Nevada,
made application to the Stale Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
l ropriate the public waters of the
state of Nevada. Such appropriation
is to be made from Water Canon
Springs, and tributaries, at i i»olnt
which bears N 82 deg. 28 rein. W
8117 feet from the S. K. corner of
Se» . 8, T. 2<4 N.. R.63E., M. f>. B.
A M . by means of a small dam, and
one cubic foot per second is to bo
conveyed to approximately SIS Vt of
SK *4 . Sec. 1. T. 20, N.. K 82 3.. M
I*, it. & M . which point 's at the
• Maine Millsite, by nmanr of pipes,
ditches, or flumes, and there used foi
mining, milling and domestic pur
laser Water noi to be returned to
stream
i G SCRUGHAM,
State Engineer
First publication August 17. 191**
laud, publication September 14, 1219
APPLICATION NO. MM.
Norice of Application fur Permission
to Appropriate the .PnbUc Waters
of the State of Nevada
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of May, 1919, in accord
ance with Section 59, Chapter 140.
of the Statutes of 1913. George
Doyle. George Cheyney and Russell
Moyle, of Ely, County of White Pine,
and State of Nevada, made applica
tion to the State Engineer of Nevada
for permission to appropriate the
public wafers of the State of Nevada.
Such .ipnroprlation is to he made
froin^Jacks Spring and all flood and
snow waters that naturally flow
through Dry Gulch onto Hamptou
Placer Patented Mine, at a point, in
the NW«4 of SE«4, Sec. 12, T. 14 N.,
R. 67 E., M. D. n. & M .. by means
of a small dam, and five cubic feet
per second is to be conveyed to NWH
of 8E%. Sec 12, T. 14 N., R 67 E.,
M • D. B. & M ., by means of sluic
ing boxes, and them used for placer
mining purposes. Water not to be
returned bo stream
T G SCRUOHAM.
State Engineer.
Kirst publication August 3. 1919
!-n*t publication August 31, 1919
APPLICATION NO. .VHO.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the .Public Waters
of the State of Nevada
Notice 18 hereby given that on the
l’8th day of July, 1919, in accord
ance with Seel ion 69, Chapter HO.
of the StatuteB of 1913, one Mike
Sala of East Ely, County of White
Pine and State of Nevada, made ap
plication to the State Engineer of
Nevada for permission to appropriate
the public waters of the State of Ne
vada Such appropriation it to be
made from Black Rock Spring, at a
loint approximately in NW'4 NWi4,
Sec, 14. T. 17 N„ R. 64 E.. M. D.
H. ii M., by means of development,
and pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot
per second Is to be oonveyed to
NW14. NW*. Sec 14, T. 17 N.. R.
64 E., M. D. R & M , by means
of pipes, and troughs, and there
used for stock watering and domestic
purposes. Water not to be returned
to stream.
J. O. SCRUOHAM.
State Engineer.
first publication August 8, 1919
Lam publication August 81, 1919

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