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Gar for Your IMse fit 111 son CaracwiJi Appeal TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVIII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1921 Five cents per copy No. 152 : 1 Mil 10 IY 66 ilSll! fw ftsif Wow wfrf (QvlJllR, 3 Many Bystanders Injured When oomD is nxpioaea By United Press WASHINGTON. June 30. Advices received here today state than an un successful attempt to assassinate Alex ander, prince regent of Serbia was made in Belgrade. Eight bystanders were injured when a bomb exploded in the air a short distance from the prince's auto. The thrower of the bomb was arrested and gave his name as Sposeye Staiiteh.. He said he planned the crime alone. He drew a revolver when he saw the prince was unhurt,; but was overpowered before he could use it. He had three more. bombs upon him. New Republican "Bill Under Before Ink Is Dry Will Sign Army Bill; But Under Protest (Br United Press WASHINGTON, June 30 The new tariff bill is under fire today, before it is twenty-four hours old. It is expect ed there will be an attack on the oil, s:eel. lumber and wool schedules in the Republican caucus tonight. The Dem ocrats are planning a strong fight in the house. The greatest increases were made in the steel schedule, while agri cultural rates were slightly reduced. By United Press WASHINGTON, June 30. Presi dent Harding is to sign the army bill today. After signing he will send a written protest to congress against the limitations on the army establishment, notably the reduction of the army to 150,000 by October 1st, and the Borah amendment prohibiting the war depart- any deficit. . . - - . . Why Sign Bill? WASHINGTON, June 30 Presi dent Hardily in his protest after sign ing the army bill said the reduction could not be carried out and deal just ly with the enlisted men. The bfll will require the summary dismissal of thousands who have the right to ex pect the government to fulfill its obli gations. Harding stated he would not feel justified in asking the secretary of war to dismiss men who had enlisted for a stated term of service. "Soldiers of Tne- II '"V"s - s&nmm of fortune 7 i t o ... , - Japanese In Siberia Plan to Withdraw By United Press j in four months. The Chita government PEKIN, China. June 30.lt is reported ;n . return promised Japan important here today that Japan has entered into fishery, mine and forest concession on an agreement to evacuate Siberia with- Saghalein island, it is said. Jill. J if USI JK President Takes Formal Steps to Boost Former Executive rBy United Press WASHINGTON, June 30. A final decision to appoint William Howard Taft as chief justice of the United States supreme court has been reached, it was authoritatively learned today. Taft has unofficially, signified his will ingness to accept the position. The last formal step Attorney Geieral Daugh erty's recommendation has inen made. Taft will be the ninth chief justice of the United States supreme court and the first man to have been honored by being both president and chief justice, the two highest offices in the gift of his xountry. He will start immediately to familiarize himself with important cases ordered to be re-argued after the death of Chief Justice White. The su preme court meets in October. Note It has been the custom to keep the political complexion of the su preme court evenly balanced between the two great parties as possible. Be fore Chief Justice White's death five members were Republicans, four Dem ocrats; but Taft's appointment makes the supreme bench two-thirds Republican. "Soldiers of Fortune," the play to be presented at the Grand this evening, is one of more than passing worth, filled with good American spirit. The scene deals with, a South American republic and an American engineer who has a railroad to run; and he runs it against overwhelming odds. The revolution between rival dicta tors makes the theme of the story and the work of an American girl and those associated with her help lend plenty of color. ' ' Perioral Mendoza and President Al varez figure conspicously in the plot of the storv and the intregue, together with the unsetting of plans by the American goes a long way to hold1 in trrest. While the rival leaders form their revolution threatening the safety of the .Americans the miniature war breaks Vt and it is only the arrival of an American warship with the marines that saves the day. - To those who enjoy a story of action from start to finsh and one that is pic turized with the best of .actors play must make an appeal. The film has met the approval of the circuit and has received the highest praise from the critics. - ; ' ' "Soldiers of Fortune" will be present ed this and Friday evenings. - The added attraction will be a Larry Seamon Comedy, "Solid Concrete. Remilar nrices of "admission: two j shows. - oo AWAITING ACTION OF UNITED STATES By United Press WASHINGTON, June 30.-Great Britain and Japan are awaiting the United States' move toward disarma1 ment, it is understood in diplomatic circles. The Japanese society of the League of Nations has adopted a resolution favoring disarmament by the Entente, late dispatches state. Practically every -detail has been worked out by the various committees to make the Fourth of July celebration a success in this city. Meetings of all kinds have been held and each commit tee has been hustling the past two weeks, the result being that there seems nothing in the way to prevent Carson giving its people and visitors the time of their lives. The parade is to be a feature un usual in attraction. Instead of the old copywright affair, a historical pageant is planned. The work has fallen prin cipally on a couple of members who have given western Nevada history a wide research. It has Wen found, possible to resur rect an original pioneer outfit, one that came across the plains. This is to be a feature. Other original pioneer equipment of a day that is foreign to the present generation will be in line and "Doc" Winnie and Ed Maher promise the people something out. ot the usual aiid it will have to be seen to be appreciated. Fire equipment dating from the buck et brigade to modern equipment is but a small portion of the line up. The first and last noise in automobile will be seen in line. Even whiskers are to be added to the parade and daughters, "7 i granddaughters and some of the great- Rail Heads Declare Freights Are Reduced By United Press WASHINGTON, June 30. Near1.;. sociation of Railway Executives. The purpose . of these reductions wa to 200,000 reductions in freight rates wet ; ! stumulaie '.m: I.iess and they overt 1 made by the railroads in the last te-.t j the bavx r.i'nrnoduies. building niaier months, according to reports to the As- ( tals and vrc'uce. Mrs. Madge Raycraft, who had been spending several days in Reno, has re turned to her home in this city. i grandaughter variety will be shown. The idea of the committee has been to make attractions out of the usual, something new, interesting and that will make an impression worth ,while. Ah Ambrose, who has been collecting antiques of Western Nevada, has not only loaned. them, but has assisted in making ready for this, feature of the , ... . ..f program, rrom an historic poinx oi view the parade tin the Fourth will sur pass anything ever attempted in Ne vada. The committee on decoration is urg ing the people to get busy, as the time is short and Carson should be out in srala dress in the next few days. The ! committee has had difficulty in receiv ing decorative materials but it is be lieved that has been overcome. Those owning home decorations are urged to get them in place. - Do it now. Following is the formation of: the parade which will start at 10 o'clock Monday morning : . First Division . Grand Marshal, . ' , Aides to Grand Marshal, Governor, Band, Grand Army of the Republic, Spanish War Veterans. Women's Relief Corps. American Legion, Boy Scouts. Second Division Deputy Grand Marshal, Queen's Float, Orphans' Home Float, Children from Orphans' Home, Neighbors of Woodcraft Float, Neighbors of Woodcraft, Fraternal Order of Eagles Float. Fraternal Order of Eagles. Third Division Deputy Grand Marshal, Transportation section. (Showing various modes of transportation from the days of 1849 to 1921.) Virginia and Truckee Railway Com pany Float, Standard Oil Company Float, Forty-nine Mining Camp, Fire Department, Automobiles. The First and Second divisions will form oil the east side of Carson street, between Third and Fourth streets. The j Third division will form on the east side of Carson street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. The line of march will be as follows: Start at Third and South Carson streets, north on Carson street to Ann street, west on Ann street to Curry street, south on Curry street to Caro line street, east on Caroline street to Carson street, south on Carson stree: to Capitol. Grand Marshal Maurice J. Sullivan. Deputy Grand Marshal Second Di vision C H. Smoot. Deputy Grand Marshal, Third Divis ion Herbert Blackwell. Aides to Grand Marshal R. B. Hen richs, George W. Cowing. John Dodson, E. S. Daugherty, William Maxwell. Harold Muldoon, Richard Savage, Ern est Bath. A. Berning, Frank Warren. Dr. W. Circe, Ed Maltey, Frank Mur phy, E. J. Folsom, Thomas Fradsham. H K Haines. Dr. E. E. Hamer. Charles Priest, W. P. Harrington, George E. Kitzmeyer, G. E. McCrack en, Rev. F. C. Murgotten, John Rubke, Harold Vaughan, Dr. C. von Radesky, Ira Winters, E. J. Walsh and Benson J Wright , Railroad Brotherhood On Eve of Walkout By United Press j big problem is to keep the men from CHICAGO, June 30. National lead- j walking out without authority. A vote ers of the Railroad Brotherhoods are will be taken after the conference. In gathering here on the eve of the 12 per j case of rejection a referendum will be cent wage cut, effective tomorrow. The I called. Chinese Uprising Endangers Whites TBr United Press HANKOW; China. June 30 The foreign population, fearing mutinies of the Chinese, are evacuating this city today. The Japanese garrison is re maining. Taking advantage of the chaotic situation, provincial governors are reported to le putting armies in the field for the purpose of looting. The carnage reported in recent mutinies is the cause of the present flight. Parade will form at 10 a. m. and start promptly at 10:20. The Virginia and Truckee Railway company has entered into the spirit of the celebration of the Fourth of July. The railway will give a one-fare ticket for the round trip from all points to Carson City, good from Saturday, July 2d, until Tuesday, July ath. lhe Vir ginia and Truckee will also have a handsome float in the parade. Special trains will be run from Virginia City, Minden and Reno the morning of the Fourth and return trains will be run after the celebration is over at night. The committee would like to have as many automobiles as possible in the parade onthe Fourth of July. In or der to stimulate comeptition in decorat ing there will be a prize of $10 for the best decorated auto in the parade. The musical andjiterary program at the State Capitol grounds at 11 :30 the morning of the Fourth will be as fol lows : . - Music By the Band, - Reading. Declaration of Indepen dence Madison Gray. Dancing Miss Dorothy ' Harrington and pupils, Reading Mrs. Madge Raycraft, Oration Governor Doyle, Star Spangled Banner Band, Salute. George Meyers will be chairman of the day. D'VALERA'S REFUSAL BLOCKS MEETINGS By United Press LONDON. June 30. It is expected that secret meetings to clear the way for a British-Irish conference have leeii blocked by De Valera's refusal. An argument is now on between the two Irish factions whether Ulster shull have a voice in the discussion. PEACE RESOLUTION GOES THROUGH HOUSE JBv United Press WASHINGTON. June 30. The bouse today passed the conference re port on the peace resolution by a vote of 263 to 59. Representative . Kelley of Michigan was the only Republican voting against the resolution. It now goes to the sen ate, where no opposition is expected. TONG WAR STARTS; CHINKS ARRESTED By United Press OAKLAND. June 30 Seventy-eight Chinese were arrested in Chinatown in the raids following the shooting of last night; one Chinese is dead and one Japanese is perhaps fatally shot. It is llieved that tong warfare caused the disturbance. George Brown, Reno attorney, was among the morning arrivals. He put in the day at the state library.