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gtiway Chain Gmmn City .Daily Appeal. TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY, NEVADA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 Five cents per copy- No. 27 Viscount Gray's Letters May Hasten .Ratification By United Press (written to the London Times, in which AircuiVf"Pnv t." . v. o . I. ... . ...uiiirtuivA, a cw. ci.diui he saJd tnat American reservations .to Lodge today gave formal notice to the tiie peace treatv were justified from the senate that next Monday he will ask unanimous consent that the senate rules be suspended and the peace treaty reser vations be taken up. It is announced that if unanimous consent he refused he will move for a suspension of the rules. Ratification May , Be Hastened- IBy United Press WASHINGTON,' Feb. 2. It is" be lieved here that ratification ofVthe peace treaty will be hastened by the letter which Viscount Grey, former British ambassador to the United States, has American point of view. .Senators are watching closely tor some sign as to what the White Hoitse thinks about the British attitude. Opposition Developing Irtv United Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. Party lines have apparently been wiped out in the senate in the growing opposition to uni versal training.1' Memliers on both sides of the chamber are preparing to attack the training provisions in the senate army re-organization bills. Mil y iiifl a Thousands of Dollars Spent and Not Accounted for Uii li' tee Br United Press GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., Feb. 2 The government in the trial today charged the defendant, Truman Newberry, with ; buying a United States senatorship in a "barrel" campaign. Special Attorney Dailey, in outlining his case at the open ing of court here today, asserted that thousands of dollars used in Newberry's campaign were not accounted for. He accused Newberry of spending more money than the law permits by using in By Decision State May Not Interfere With Telephone Rates By United Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 The city of Denver in the Supreme court today won ! direct means of pushing his candidacy. ! its suit against the state public utilities He said. "Much Newberry money was j commission which sought to increase spent for banquets, flowers, entertain-' . ments and liquor, and in many instances to pay personal debts." telephone rates there. The court upheld the Colorado Supreme court's decision ; that the city's utilities commission, and ' not the state commission, had exclusive jurisdiction over telephone rates of the city. Influenza All . Spreading Over Country Reports received at the office of Drj S. L. Lee of the state medical board in dicate that influenza is on the increase in this state, but deaths from the dis ease have been few. This morning Dr. Lee received ad vices from Winnemucca saying there were forty new cases in that city and fifteen were reported in Lyon county. Locally no cases have been reported, though there are a few in the valley to the south and one death is hourly ex pected. Throughout the nation the disease is increasing and in a number of large centers has become epidemic. Yesterday Dr. Lee received a night -message from Dr. Rupert Blue of the national health board showing that 150,- ( cases have been reported to Wash ington from all parts of the United States. Dr. Blue's telegram is as follows: "Dr. Lee, Secretary Board of Health, Carson, Nev. bama, 117; Arkansas." 1192; California, 3,741 ; Colorado, 2 .788 ; Connecticut, 4,269; Delaware, 19; Florida, 1.618; Georgia, 122; Idaho, 3,536; Illinois. 18,- 056; Chicago, epidemic; Iowa, 2,950; Kansas, 2,784; Kentucky, 70; Louisiana, 150; Maine, 8; Maryland. 3,175; Massa chusetts, 3,121; Michigan, 13.965 ; Minn esota, 3.442 Mississippi. 634; Missouri. 3.293 ;Montana. 1.066; Nevada, 80; New Hampshire, 98; New Jersey. 6.391 ; New Mexico, 263; New York, excluding New York city, 10,621 ; New York city ,29.494 ; North Carolina, 1.887; North Dakota. 1,920; Ohio, 6.009; Oklahoma. 150; Ore gon, 1.449; Pennsylvania, incomplete; Rhode Island. 489; South Carolina, 606; South Dakota, 1,203; Tennesseee, 982; Texas, 1.947; Utah, 1,594; Vermont. 76; irginia. 2.806; Washington. 914; West Endeavor Being Made to Use Cana dian Wood Pulp for Paper Women Take Place In 1920 Politics B United Press WASHINGTON. Feb. 2. Senator Underwood today introduced a resolu tion in the senate requesting the presi dent to name a commission of five authorized to negotiate with the Cana dian government for the cancellation of restrictive orders in council which vir tually prevent American lessees of crown lands in Canada from using tim ber for wood pulp to make newsprint paper. , Virginia, 1.921 ; Wyoming, 1,508." Wisconsin, 6,268 ; New Secretary Assumes Duties WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. E. T. Mer edith today took the oath of office as secretary of agriculture. After seating Meredith at the desk he has occupied eight years, Secretary Houston hurried to the treasury department and took his office there, succeeding Carter Glass." Will Object to Loans By United Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. It has been learfled authoritatively that David Houston, the new secretary of the treas ury, shares the view of his predecessor, Carter Glass, on the policy of this coun try making no further loans to Europe. , Proposals Withdrawn By United Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. According to unofficial advices to the state depart ment the peace proposals submitted re cently to Poland by the Soviet of Rus sia have been withdrawn. No reason was given, but it is thought this might be further evidence that the Bolsheviki intend to launch against Poland. a spring offensive This afternoon Dr. Lee had reports stating that there were thirty cases at Sparks and Reno, and twelve in Doug- "During the present epidemic the pub- j las county lie health service will issue semi-weekly telegraphic bulletins. Succeeding bul letins will include information for per iods ending each Tuesday and Friday. "Influenza cases reported by telegraph to public health service to date: Ala- Two Cases at Franktown Dr. S. S. Jarrett. county physician, re ported today two cases of flu existing at Franktown, in Washoe county. One of the cases, he states, has developed pneumonia. Veeltly Resume of Revada Conditions fta Ms Up to the Me Virginia City Imperial and Trojan mines in Gold Hill developing on large scale. Enlargement of Mexican mill to be completed within month. Reno Standard Metals and Paymas ter mines consolidate, capacity of plant to be doubletl.' ' Las Vegas Three hundred and twen ty acres in Sund tract district being put in condition for cotton planting. . Minden Effort being made to estab lish reservoir system and reclamation project in Carson valley. Virginia City Local raining activities increasing, shortage of miners reported. Luning Two thousand feet of tram way to be erected by Luning Consoli dated Mines. Dun Glen Operations at Chaffey mine to start April 1st. Tonopah Nevada Silver Shield com pany makes important strike on Jeffer son Canyon property. Lovelock Thirty ton capacity mill being erected on Young ranch. - Silver Peak Silver Surprise Mining to 1 be Bv United Pressl BOISE. Idaho., Feb. 2. The trial of O. P. Pendershot, treasurer of the state fair, charged with manslaughter, has been continued until February 16th, when it will be called in the district court. federal prohibition amendment cannot be referred back to the people in the at titude of a referendum. By United Pressl NEW YORK, Feb. 2. That the polit ical campaigns of 1920 will see a larger array of American women taking part in national affairs than ever before is proved by the number of women already active in the councils of the two major parties as well as the now victorious suffrage association. In a list of women party leaders who will attend the celebration and conven tion of the National American Woman's Suffrage association in Chicago next month, Illinois and Kentucky take first rank, with New York and Missouri pressing them hard for leadership. The Kentucky Equal Rights associa tion has done double duty in furnishing women to both the national political parties. Mrs. John G. South of Frank fort, who for three years was president of the association, is chairman of the National Republican Women's commit tee. Mrs. Samuel T. Castleman of Louisville, vice president of the. asso ciation, is the Kentucky member of the women's committee, National Demo 1 cratic committee. Illinois has not only furnished the present two state chairmen for the two major parties, but has to its credit two others in. the national committees. Mrs. George Bass of Chicago of the women's committee. National Democratic com mittee, and Mrs. Medill McCormick, wife of the Illinois senator, retiring chairman of the National Republican Women's committee, are both leaders in the Illinois Equal Suffrage association. Mrs. Fletcher Dobyns of Chicago and publican committee's advisory commit tee. Mrs. Percy V.' Pennybacker is chair- j man of the Texas Democratic Women's committee. j Mrs. Pattie Ruffner Jacobs of Bir mingham is state chairman of the Ala bama Democratic committee. Mrs John K. Ottley of Atlanta is state chair man of the Georgia Democratic commit tee. Mrs. W. C. Cathcart is state chair man of the South Carolina Women' Democratic committee. Miss Mary Foy of Los Angeles 'is on of the Democratic women leaders of th country. She is an attorney and is stat chairman of the women's committee. Sh was a presidential elector at the Demc -cratic national convention in St Loui in 1916. . Other leaders are: Miss Mary Owe Graham, Democrat, North Carolina Miss Carolina Ruutz-Rees of Greer wich. Conn.; Mrs. W. R. Pattangall . Maine; Mrs. Susan Fitzgerald. Demc crat. and Mrs. Charles. Sumner Bin Republican, Massachusetts; Mrs. Henr M. Youmans, Republican, Waukesh: Wis.; Mrs. E. R. Bowler, Democrat, Sheboygan, Wis.; Mrs. Alexand Thompson, Portland, Democratic men her of the Oregon house of represent: tives, and Mrs. Frank Dodson, Repul lican. Iowa. TO PUT CELLS IN Tonopah Daily mail service- established to Arrowhead camp. Imlay Majuba Hill mines increasing activities. Battle Mountain Hill Top property- makes first substantial ore shipment in weeks. Winnemucca Construction of new Humlwldt hotel to start March 1st. Las Vegas Rich syndicate formed for development of Eldorado Canyon properties. Eureka Old Ruby Hill mines to be reopened and thoroughly developed. ;Goodsprings Boss mine reports open ing of high grade -ore body. Bullion mine toresume operations at once under new management. Development of Po tosi mine to be resumed. Eureka Local man reports $150,000.- 000 available ore for profitable mining in district. Rhyolite Local marble company ex panding; $8,500 to be expended on ad ditional machinery. v Reno Savings & Loan association in Earthquakes Somewhere fB United Press CHICAGO. Feb. 2. The government seismograph here has recorded earth quake shocks covering a period of more than two hours. They were the most violent recorded in months. Fled Into Rumania 4 By United Press ROME. Feb. 2. According to dis patches the Ukrainian Press Bureau has announced that the Vienna remnants of General Denikine's troops, driven from Odessa when the city was captured by the Ukrainians, fled into Rumania. where they were disarmed. Some Trial Mrs. Howard T. V llson of V lrden are By United Press the state chairmen of the women s com- TOMBSTONE, Ariz., Feb. 2. With I mittees of the Republican and Demo courtroom jammed with 200 defendants ! cratic committees, respectively, and a jury panel the trial of the Bisbec Although Illinois and Kentucky hold deportation cases started before Judge tnc first places in women's party leader ship owing to the fact they have furnish- Pattee today. The judge asked all of those who believed they should be ex cused from jury service to step forward i and present their claims. Sixty per cent walked to the bench. Indications arc that it will take most of todav's session I to sort out the excuses and handle other formalities. ed the only national, chairmen. New York and Missouri are hard by with candidates for honors. The New York City League of Wom- Another Jolt for the Wets fB United Pressl DENVER, Feb. 2. The Colorado Sn-) German war guilty. The German War Guilty By United Press . PARIS. Feb. 2. The council of am bassadors today approved the draft of the Allied reply to the German note ask ing a moderation of the terms of the peace tretity demanding the surrender of It is learned that en Voters has furnished Miss Mary- Garrett Hay, chairman of the executive committee of the women's division of the National Republican committee, while the state league has given Mrs. Arthur Livermore as state chairman of j the Republican When all the effects of the sheriff office have been removed from the o court house and rearranged in tl Woodbury building on South Cars street, two or three cells will be addi to the equipment. It is thc intention of the county cor missioners to order the cells for tl new county building as early as possib and the first contingent will be install in the Woodbury building for the a commodation" of offenders, but as th gentry has been gradually decreasing number the past few months the coun commissioners figure that not more th; two or three cells will le necessary f j their care. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURC women s preme court has decided the action of the state legislature in ratifying the & Milling company organized, active de- augurate campaign for home building. velopment to start Winnemucca Nevada Harmony mines financed, development on large scale planned. Pioche Bristol mines to be worked. Elko Echo Mining company incor porated for $100,000 to develop mine in Ruby valley. . Elko Report of state and govern ment engineers favors reservoir on south fork of Humlwldt river. Would conserve 100,000 acre feet. the reply will point out that under the terms of the treaty the trial of Teuton war guilty by the Allies must be sepa rate from any German trial. BORN In Carson valley, Sunday, February 1, 1920, to the wife of Fred Cook, an eight pound girl. Advertise in the Appeal if you wish to reach the public quickly. l.OIII!lllllV. I . i Both these women are prominent m the I 1 )eun anairs 01 uic oauuudi wunn.ua suiiiokv. j vt.S(er(Jay movement. Another suffragist, Mrs. David U Aeil of St. Louis, and Mrs. Alfred Brugge- man of St, Louis, are Missouri's mem bers of the Democratic and Republican national committees, resepctively. Miss Alma B. Sasse of Brunswick, state chairman of the Missouri Republican women's committee, has the distinction of being the youngest state chairman in the United States. Other women who have loomed up as party leaders in their states are: Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, president of the Ohio Women's Suffrage associa- Evangelistic sen-ices, under the c rection of Rev. J. L. Collins, with Ri rman O. t'orter, centenarv Uvangi Santa Cruz, Calif., in eharj at the Methodist chur with good crowds in atten The outlook for thc meeting is vt promising. The evangelist has a pie; ;ng personality and he both sing; a preaches the gospel with power. Mi: emphasis is placed on singing in t meetings. The sermon subject for tl evening will be, "The Harvest . Fiel On Wednesday evening the special si ject will be, "Vhat to Believe." Services are held each evening at 7 , o'clock. All are invited to attend. 5 George Green, attorney of Reno, v an arrival on the fain from Reno t jtion, is amember of the National Re-j morning.