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Cm .Daily Appeal. son TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920 Five cents per copy No. 150 H taett Ctafc at the M taisi Cwenin : ...J -H ' . . . ' ' J ' ... V H. S. CUMM1NGS W. G. McADOO JAMES M. COX I A.M."PAiLMER THOMAS R. MARSHALL WILLIAM j7 BRYAN V-n J ""S rJ Lj vH 1 fa'AvJ 0 V i f;4 fef-'Uv t-29:,S? i;ffW1 fe- HI i " y " j Ite ft? it , llMMfi'lB SliPPQitQd If COX SkHaHsSSSSS M flit Jl Iffll Leaving Liquor Question Out of Platform Favored By United Press BOSTON, June 26. The first con ference between Senator Harding, Re publican presidential nominee, and Gov ernor Coolidge the vice presidential nominee, will be held at Washington 'on June 30th at a conference arranged 5 at the request of Harding, who will deal solely with plans for the coming campaign. fBv United Press SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Dem ocrats demanding a wet plank in the party platform and counting on the sup port of Governor Cox in their fight for it suffered disappointment today when they learned that Cox and his chief supporters are against any reference to the liquor question in the platform. On the highest authority it was learned that the administration forces plan to he is not in any sense a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. He is attending the convention merely as a delegate at large. Meredith said he is perfectly happy as secretary of agriculture. He added that Democrats were confident of success with Harding as the Republican candidate. William Far num at the C. C. Theater Tonight Whooping It Up for Cox tBv United Press SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Ohio set off the first real fireworks of the appeal fof wet support indirectly by f Democratic convention today upon the mentioning in the platform Wilson's I arr3val of her delegation. Behind two I brass bands the Ohioans marched up Market street whooniner it uo for Gov ernor Cox and megaphoning the glories of the Buckeye state. Enroute to head quarters the Ohioans staged a vocal and musical demonstration in front of every hotel they passed. veto of the Volstead act, passed to en force nation-wide prohibition. SlftSCTIOH WUAIiSK FOX 1 V5s Jj Likes His Job By United Pressl SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Sec retary of Agriculture Meredith- issued a statement today in which he declared In First Test of Strength By United Press SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Oppo nents and supporters of the Democratic administration met in the first import ant test of strength when the national committee today took up the contest over Georgia's twenty-eight seats in the national convention. To Maintain Control of Democratic Convention Wets Lose First Round SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. The Pennsylvania delegation today defeated the motion to instruct members of the resolutions committee to vote for a wet plank in the Democratic platform. It voted to lay on the table a resolution to work-for a plank pledging the party to modify the Volstead act The dele gation adopted a resolution favoring a plank for Irish independence. By United lress SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. As the zero hour approaches signs multiply that administration leaders are going to have a real fight on, or several of them, in their effort to retain control of the Democratic national convention. So far Bryan has been successful in masking his operations, ostensibly his main objective is the wet or dry issue, in which the administration is not greatly concerned. Regarding the League of Nations, which the president considers the vital question, Bryan is carefully concealing his hand. Friils Stow OMoo; Despite Protest They Will Put Him In Nomination William Farnum in "When a Man Sees Red," at the Carson City theater tonight only. William Farnum, the well known rwQ-fisted" Fox Star, comes to the Carsoif City theater tonight in "When a Man See. Red." , This seven-reel special productioti not only contains considerable action, as the title would suggest, but much beautiful scenery, be ing a story of sea life. It is from the pen of Larry Evans, from his Saturday Evening Post story, "The Painted Lady." Director Frank Lloyd surrounded Farnum with a cast of capable players, and the directing is fully up to his standard, which is the best Here is a VBr United press .SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Mc Adoo's friends today announced that Ithey would refuse to abide by his ex pressed wish that his name be not pre sented to the Democratic national con vention for presidential nomination. McAdoo's name will be presented as are the names of other candidates, said Samuel Amidon of Kansas, who, big special at regular prices. A Sunshine comedy entitled, "The Son of a Gun," is an added atraction. First show at 7:30. Regular admission, 10 and 25 cents, including war tax. News Ms Up to the Me SAN By United Press FRANCISCO, June 26. Ten persons were injured, six seriously, when a motor truck collided with a street car on Third street Decide to Remain Out TBv United Press BALTIMORE, June 26. Nearly 1,000 employes of the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio and Western Maryland railroads meeting here this afternoon unanimously decided to re main out. It is predicted the tie-up in Baltimore will be complete by mid night the convention at San Francisco, escap ed uninjured. Have Narrow Escape From Death fB United Press LOS ANGELES, June 26. Four per sons narrowly escaped death this af ternoon when the eigth-passenger air plane Avion struck a tree and over turned as it started for San Francisco. Bernard Fransen, assistant pilot, suf fered buises and cuts and a broken toe. The others, including two delegates to by common consent ,has assumed lead ership of the McAdoo forces here. The decision was reached at a conference lasting until early today and attended by all leading McAdoo boosters here. Amidon was selected to direct efforts in McAdoo's behalf. The selection of Amidon as floor general for the conven tion may be made later. Amidon said McAdoo's friends were confident he can poll from 30,000 to 50,000 more votes in almost every state than any other candidate. To Discuss "Outlaws' CHICAGO, June 26. The future of the "outlaw" organizations of railroad workers may be determined Monday when officials of the railway brother hoods meet here. Vice President An derson of the International Association of Railway Machinists is authority for the statement that "outlaws" will be among the principal topics discussed Monday. Turks Hold American Woman WASHINGTON, June 26. The state department today announced it is in. vestigating an unconfirmed report that the Turkish nationalists have captured Mrs. Paul Nilson, American mission ary in Silicia, Asia Minor. 00 BOOZE DESTROYED BT COURT ORDER Trying to Head Off McAdoo By United Press SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. An ef fort was on foot today to form a coali tion between Talmer and Cox forces with the view to preventing the nomin ation of McAdoo. Emissaries from Palmer headquarters called on E. H. Moore, manager for Cox, and sounded out the Cox supporters, asking how they would view an alliance and stating that their inquiries might be regarded as preliminary to later negotiations. Cox workers replied to the overtures that they regarded Palmer highly but did not think he could be elected presi dent if nominated. They intimated that -as a vice presidential possibility he might bear considering. There the matter rests, for the time being. Judge Taber this morning made an order instructing the sheriffs office to publicly destroy the liquor captured last week when the state police made a raid on the place conducted by Joe Fratini, when all sorts of I ooze was found, including a barrel of wine, many bottles of wine, a large assort ment of gin, some of it the very best brands known in pre-dry times, some whiskey and a lot of moonshine and jackass brandy, enough to jolly up a party of considerable size. The law provides that all liquor cap tured must be destroyed in public and the order of the court is the closing in cident in this spectacular raid. Free Press.