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Appeal Carson City Daily TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY. NF.VADA. MONDAY, JULY 26, 1920 Five cents per copy No. 174 Los ipte let 8 tt take i Visited by Two Temblors, But Little Damage Follows By United Press LOS ANGELES, July 2o. Two more earthquake shocks, doing little damage beyond sending frightened residents scurrying into the streets in scanty at tire, occurred at dawn today. Felt In Pasadena B United Press FAS ADEN A, July 26. Pasadena's down town section was harried by a sharp quake early this morning. Resembled a Stage Setting fM United Press LOS. ANGELES. July 26. The ex clusive Westlakc Park residential dis trict, where the shock this morning was the heaviest, looked like a huge hack to nature picnic, with many women scampering around in diaphanous garb. The first temblor was severe and was followed by a lighter shake. No Cause for Alarm mr United Press LOS ANGELES, July 26. When Mayor Snyder was appraised of the rumors to the effect that he had issued a proclamation ordering business houses closed following today's earth quakes, he declared : "Fools and false prophets who spread wild reports of impending earthquake catastrophes here should be tried before a lunacy commission. I ask all loyal citizens to join in denouncing calamity howlers and idiots seeking to create a sensation." Cox Will Insist Campaign Expenses BeMade Known IHy United Press I to the Kenyon senatorial committee for DAYTON, July 26. Governor Cox ! investigation. He indicated that he today declared that the Democratic intended to lay stress on the investi gation of campaign expenditures and would demand an inquiry into state as nominees will demand that a list of all campaign expenditures and contribu tions be submitted at least once a week well as national frauds. Plane ! it Carson Crash "My Husband's Other Wife" Carson City Theater Tonight "When husbands and wives quarrel then watch the subsequent proceedings in the divorce courts! "Ee sure to see "My husband's Other Wife," which is a clean, powerful film for fathers, mothers, sweethearts, lov ers and all those who have, intend or wish to have a family. This striking picture was produced by J. Stuart Elackton, and it features Silvia Braemer and Robert Gordon and will be shown at the Carson City thea ter for the last time tonight. On the same bill will be shown "Snub" Pollard in "How Dry I Am." Also Pathe News. Two shows, 7:30 and 9:30 o'clock. Regular prices. That Med vmnemuGca It was not the Skyline plane that vis- When assistance finally reached them ited this city a week ago that met with : it was found that Rose was unhurt. an accident at Winnemucca last Friday i Pearce w as perhaps the most seriorrly evening, as erroneously reported by a injured, having sustained a compound Humboldt county official who was an j fracture of the left forearm and a flesh arrival in Carson Saturday morning ,' cut under his knee which necessitated and whose statement was published in ' Dr. Liggett taking twelve stotches. He the Appeal of that evening. The accident, as told in the Saturday evening issue of the Silver State of Winnemucca, befell what was known as the Clevenger plane, traveling be tween San Francisco and Salt Lake and which dropped into that town to take on oil and gas and incidentally to knock out a few shillings taking pas sengers on a flight. The story of the accident, as condens ed from the account in the Silver State, is as follows : Yesterday was a day of thrills and emotions for Winnemucca people, be- ginning with the arrival of the Skyline Hfer Fir Hons Yachts Just Flounder Around Until Time Limit Expires iBv United Press AEOARD THE U. S. DESTROY ER GOLDSBOROUGH, via wireless, July 26. Lack of wind caused another postponement of the fifth of the series of international yacht races. Half an hour before the starting time the re gatta committee hoisted the flag post poning the deciding contest until later in the day. A Drifting Match By United Press SANDY HOOK, July 26. The fifth race for America's yachting cup devel oped into a drifting contest. Two hours after getting under way the Res olute was leading the Shamrock, but was still twenty-five miles from the fin ish and there was practically no breeze. Resolute Gained Lead TBt United Press SANDY HOOK, July 26. The Sham rock led across the starting line by fifty-six seconds, after the start of the contest had been delayed half an hour in the hope of a stable breeze. The Res olute with a fair wind forged out ahead and at one time had a lead of a quarter of a mile. Race Called Off ABOARD THE U. S. DESTROY ER GOLDSBOROUGH, via wireless July 26. After four hours and a half, during which the yachts drifted around fifteen miles of the course in a wind ranging from a dead calm to a four knot breeze it was evident that neither yacht could finish within the time lim it, the race was called off for today. MILLER-LUX HOLDINGS i MAY BE SUBDIVIDED Two More Killed fBv United Press DUBLIN, July 26. Sinn Feiners raided a coast guard station and killed two guard officers early today. Bound for Antwerp fRy United lress HOBOKEN, N. J., July 26. The United States army transport Princess Matoika left dock today carrying hun dreds of American athletes who will participate in the Olympic games at Antwerp. Information current at Elko is to the effect that the immense land holdings of Miller & Lux in California, Nevada and' Oregon are to be subdivided and sold to settlers in small tracts. It is stated that in the lower San Joaquin valley. Miller & Lux, incorporated, have already placed large blocks of agricul tural land on the market, says the In dependent. Coincident with this information is the announcement that Miller & Lux Concealed Assets; Must Now Pay havp hrrn authorized to issue $12.000 .- I fBv United Press om ; ,...VMr cr.1,1 l..n,L and tho is- LOS ANELES. July 26.-George An sue is rapidlv being marketed. The drews and Andrew Ficca. convicted for prospectus states that the securities I concealing their assets in bankruptcy are based upon the ownership of ap. I proceedings, were today sentenced to proximately 800.000 acres of land j tw o years in prison and fined $2,500 California and 200,000 acres in Nevada, eacn- : i. i . . lT,t 1 T J 1. uregon, uiau anu mano. According to the rumors in financial i is a son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Fearce. I Young Nelson was jarred somewhat i and burned fn.m the splashing of gaso-' i line, which caused painful blisters about ibis face and neck, has a small cut un der "his jaw and a possible fractured I rib. Dr. Giroux says he will be up and i around w ithin a week. Nelson is also j a high school student and a son of Mr. ' and Mrs. William Nelson. Aviator Rose acknowledged that his experience as a pilot was somewhat limited and that he was absolutely tm- , f:miiliar with flying in high altitudes. ! He said that the ship would not rc i i . - i . i- .j ii.. airplane at 11:15 a. m.. un-s,onu lo mc usudl u,mruls a,m u:at iun nc lost ins speed ne attempted ! to turn, when the machine wavered and ' sank into the brush. ! The Clevenger plane came from Reno city, who essayed a flight with the last , and on its arrival bringing as passen of three planes to arrive, the loner ex-i Ers Walton Clevenger and Mrs. M. "Fly about til 7 :30 p. m.. when the day's pleasure was marred by an accident which oc curred to young Louis Pearce and Will Nelson, high school students of this Woman's Dream of Prolonged Youth Is Me True by Gland Grafting pected Clevenger airplane, which was j Hagerty was forced to land in one of j piloted by Franklin Rose. I the meadows southwest of the city, hav- 1 It was the second flight which Rose j complet .y run out of gasoline at attempted. On his first it was seen that ' so,Tic' fttt altitude. On taking on he had considerable difficulty both in taking off and alighting, but he finally managed to get into the air and gave a nice ride to his passengers. But on bis next flight, the wind had shifted and he took off in the opposite Winifred Van Duzer in Washington Herald. In a remarkable exclusive interview, Mme. Evelyn Bostwick Voronoff, American-born wile of the eminent European surgeon, Dr. Serges Voronoff, today told me what she and her husband hope to accomplish through their discover ies in gland grafting. So undeveloped that until now no phase of it ever has been made public, experimental work among women has been quietly carried on by the Voron- otTs in the laboratories. of the College of ranee in connection with their suc cessful efforts to restore vouih and health to aged or ill men. What it will mean to women, and es pecially to American women, was pre dicted by Mme. Voronoff, who for many ; ten circles at F.lko, a group of New York Villa May Surrender TBv United Press EAGLE PASS. Tex., July 26.- -It has capitalists are negotiating for the great 'een learned that Fancho Villa has ar properties with the plan of presenting) the most gigantic land sale in history. The plan includes the development of water, transforming pasture lands into fields and orchards and selling to ac tual farmers on easy payments. The Miller & Lux properties are es timated to have a total value of $60, '000.000. The live stock biddings of the company include 137,000 head of sheep, 20,000 hogs and 9,500 horses. oo BANDITS' CAPTURE BELIEVED IMMnrETT? fBr United Press PENDLETON, Ore., July 26. Aid 'td by blood hounds a sheriffs posse to day recaptured Albert Lingren, one of the six who escaped from the Umatilla county jail here yesterday. Sheriff Taylor was shot and killed by one of the prisoners. Other fugi tives had been traced to Meacham, forty-eight miles southeast of here and the capture of all of them is believed imminent. rived at Sabinas, Mexico, to discuss terms of his surrender with government j representatives. Advices said he is ! holding telegraphic conferences with i Provisional President De la Huerta. j oo t gas it nnaliv arose and new to the inn nicipal field landing without mishap. Quite by contrast and as a proof that Hying is not r.ear the hazardous under taking which minor accidents might seem to suggest, was the performance direction, toward the northwest. His j of the Skyline plane "Flyabout," under plane was seen to taxi a long distance ! the skillful pilotage of Lieutenant Ira on the ground, as though he was exper- ! Fuller, which time and again took the iencing difficulty in getting into the air. j air carrying with it as passengers some However, he finally left the ground, i of Winnemucca's most prominent citi but on attaining an altitude of perhaps j ens. F'uller experienced absolutely no fifteen or twenty feet, he seemed to lose difficulty in either taking off or alight- his flying speed, whereupon the right j ing, coming out of the air each time as j . , . . .... j nave no reason to believe it will not be into a spin ana nosea into tne sage-1 dexterity and attaining altitude in re brush, i markablv short time. ated by gland transference. "We also believe that the operation will insure the bearing of well-developed, healthy babies instead of puny, dis eased and often deformed ones which often are the result of morbid physical condition of parents." After I had marveled with her confi dent statement that "age is premature, I gathered ihat besides insuring them a race of sons and daughters, the new gland-grafting operation may do some of these things for women: It may prolong their lives and youth ful beauty indefinitely. It may so develop mental activity as to create a new type of feminine bril liancy. It eliminates "sick" slants of charac- years has been a co-worker with her husband and who is the only feminine assistant ever accepted at the College of France. She said : "We have been working to perfect gland transference for women for the ! past three years. More time is requir ed for this than was necessary to make more or less practical the operation for men, because the female organism is much more delicate. However, we can now say tliat we VALUABLE DOG DROWNED Hal Mighels, it has been reported on the streets the past couple of days, will be a candidate on the Democratic pri mary ticket for nomination for county commissioner. "Bubbles." the English bulldog be longing to George Brodigan, was drowned in some manner in one of the baths at Carson hot springs Saturday night. Just how the accident happened is not known. Mr. and Mrs. Brodigan with a party of friends were at the springs that evening. The dog was with them and after a short while his dis appearance was noted, but a search failed to reveal his whereabouts. Sun day morning, his body was found in one of the big stone tubs. New s That's Up to tiic Minute entirely satisfactory. "We believe that the 'old' woman, she who gives evidence of age at 25 or 30, will find it possible to be rejuv en- woman was shipped to New York. Tulv 10. for the decline were the continued fav-I . men are today clearing the West- I by the tederal reserve bank indicating , . . , , that its policy- canyon, ionowing yesieruay s fBy United Tress MARYSY1LLE. Calif.. Work ern River canvon, foil Judge K. J. L. Taber of Iilko presid ed in the district court at Fallon last week and came to this city to visit his mother, Mrs. E. S. Farrington, Satur day. Yesterday Judge Farrington and wife took their guest to the Spur and spent the day. Judge Taber will re turn to Fallon the latter part of the week, where he w ill again hold court. wreck in wuicn the engine on the west j bound passenger train. No. 5, was de-j railed and two cars partially wrecked. The engine in rounding a curve struck a huge boulder, which had rolled down from the mountain side. No one was injured. i was still of cutting down effective. loans . Coal Strike Spreading TEy United Tress CLINTON, Ind., July 26. The Illi nois coal strike today spread into Indi ana when 2,500 mine workers left their jobs in the Clinton field. Grain Futures Lowered TBv United Press CHICAGO, July 26. Grain futures today were sharply lowered on the board of trade. The reasons attributed Loses First Round lT!y United Press'i CHICAGO. July 26. Jack Johnson, former heavyweight champion, lost the first round today in his fight for liberty when an application for hail was re fused in the Federal court here. "Tiger" Not 111 IR United Press PARIS, July 26. Physicians attend ing tormer i remicr iiemcnccau denied the "Tiger" was ill. They said Clcm enceau would return to Paris Friday from Vichy, where he has been taking treatment. Murder Suspect Dismissed fBy United Press CHICAGO, July 20. Roy Millen, cx- flyer, was dismissed today as a possible suspect in the New York trunk murder mystery. Policeman Trumbell of De troit viewed Milieu in jail here and de clared that he was not Eugene Leroy, Bandits Get Away With $11,000 CENTRAL FALLS. R. 1., July 26. J system is not l ive masked automobile bandits today robbed the Union Credit Francaise bank and escaped with $11,000. It may correct prevertcd reproductive instinct, ever becoming more prevalent and alarming because of unhealthful present-day lives. Relative to the last possibility, Mme. Voronoff considered the story of a wo man, denied the happiness of mother hood, who spent her days in eternal era bridering. She said that such contin ued action might be preverted reproduc tive instinct, declaring that such often is indicated in a mania for continuous performing of a certain, usually non essential, work. Alout the new operation and its possible benefit to American women, Mme. Voronoff had this to say: "The exaggerated life lived in the United States cannot help tut set up a nervousness, even though it be only a subconscious disturbance, in every wo man who lives here, no matter how re moved she may be from participation in social or industrial activities. "The life is productive of wonderful ly developed mentality. And especially among women taking up work or pro fessions, the brain is exmal to the pace they must maintain while the nervous Farmers Win First Victory OAKLAND, July 26. Defendant farmers of the upper Sacramento valley won a partial victory in the injunction proceedings brought by the city of An tioch to restrain them from using Sac ramento river water for irrigation pur poses. Judge St. Sure ordered proceed ings continued until August 9th to per- ihe former occupant of the Detroit mit them to prepare additional affida hcuse from which the body of the nude J vits and answers. "The brain goes ahead but the body is possessed of insufficient stamina to support mental fatigue. The discrep ancy sets up toxins which settle in the most delicate organs those offering least resistance in the female system. The result is a great deal of the nerv ousness and diseased conditions Ameri can women are obliged to endure. "It is one of the tragedies of this big country that its women, more than those of any other country, have these troubles. And it is the reason we be lieve our discovery will mean much to them.