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' - 'ft TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVIII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921 Five cents per copy No. 158 City .Daily Appeal. Mores 1 a iff1it Had Disobeyed Orders of Kansas Industrial Court By United Press! COLUMBUS, Kan., July 8. Alex ander Howatt and August Doroty, of ficials of District No. 14, United Mine Workers, were today sentenced to six months in jail and fined $500 each for violating the industrial court law. Howatt in court after the sentence de clared he was within his rights in call ing the strike and said the court was unfair. Howatt is to address a meeting of Southern Kansas miners against the industrial court law late today, it is said. Both men were released on $4,000 bond pending an appeal to the supreme court. Ron Bank, HI Ho Crowd at Bav OREL PETERS' BODY FOUND The following United Press special was received at this office at 2 o clock this afternoon: SANTA ANA, Calif., July 8. The body of Orel Peters, drowned at Anaheim Landing last Sunday, was found floating in the surf near the landing today. Peters was drowned while attempting to save a woman bather in distress. Abetter-jvas received today by Mrs. Meyers, a-sister of Mrs. Peters, stating that Mr. Peters and the children would start for home today by auto, but that Mrs. Peters would remain with friends. It is hoped by their friends here that the trip was was delayed until after the. body was found. Van t Bandits Leisurely Do Job and Es cape With Large Sum Son of Harding's Secretary Aboard Latest Missing Liner Joy Cniled Press MOIXES, July 8.- , i I with $6,000 in cash and Libertv bond DF.S MOIXES, July 8. Five ban- j They spent nearly an hour at the job. dits, keeping the townspeople at bay, using several blasts. The townspeople leisurely blew up the safe of the State ! who watched them were unable to call bank at Coulter. Ia.. today and escaped i aid as the yeggs had cut all the wires. By United Press WASHINGTON, July 8. The gov ernment investigation of the vanished fleet has been speeded up by the report of a mystery ship off the coast, coupled today with the reported loss of another vessel. John Christian, son of Presi dent Harding's personal secretary, is, said to y? a1oard the Munsort liner, Calico, unreported since it left Rio June 20th. Christian, aged 19, is a cadet officer, making his first trip in merchant marine training. A sea mys tery squad of investigators is being or ganized for a collective effort to ac count for the missing ships. Liner Heard From Bv United Press NEW YORK, July 8. A wireless to day from the liner Callao to Munson line officials said the vessel Was not in distress, but was proceeding to New York and would" arrive Monday night. There was no explanation for delay or failure to report earlier. 00 Twelve Lunatics Escape UKIAH. Calif.. July 8. Twelve in sane inmates of the violent ward of the Mendiceno state hospital" escaped this morning when the north wing of the building was destroyed by fire. The damages are estimated at $50,000. "Guile of Women," With Will Rogers Tonight GOLDWYN Pre sent 8 WILL ROGERS GUILE OF WOMEN By PETER CLARK. MACFARIANE Directed by CLARENCE BADGER PRODUCED BY COLDWYN STUDIOS A-2 3 CoL TO REDUCE FORCE Upon recommendation of Dan Re r.ear, in charge of the state polio- at Tonopah, the state's force is to be re duced. In a report to the governor h states that there are no infractions ot the law and that peace reigns in the siler camp. The mines and mills are work ing about 75 per cent of capacity. This evening the Grand theater pre sents something entirely out of the us ual in a motion picture. Will Rogers, in his Swedish characterization of a sailor, is so different from the cow boy stunts that it will be hard for many to realize that he is a real actor as well as a cow puncher. The story centers about this sailor a five-year test, but in the end it works lad in. the "Guile of Women," and be-J out right. fore the story or play ends some views There are exciting happenings- before that the sailor !kv entertained are Hialmar is reunited with Hulda and brought to a successful conclusion. (convinced that Skole is wrong about Will Rogers, as Hjalmar Maartens, women. It is one of the best pictures and his chum Skole, Bert Sprotte, dis- Rogers has made. agree on women and the test is made cm Also a Capitol comedy, "Hearts to Maartens' sweetheart in Sweden. It is j Hammers," and a Brey Pictograph. CAPITOL POST, NO. 4, ELECTS DELEGATES la ft up to the He By United Press PARIS, July 8. The French 1 leaders expressed the belief that the , m,ccfti 'it 1 Aincatra l-iie I . m . i rt . 1 1 a H 1 as a protest against the hypocrisy of the trials of German war guilty there, it was announced today. Rockefeller Celebrates Birthday By United Press -XEW YORK, July 8 John D. Rockefeller today celebrated his eighty second birthday at his estate near Tar r ytown. Strike May Ead By United Press SAX FRAXCISCO, July 8. It is ex pected that negotiations between own ers and union chiefs today will end the marine strike, affeceting mainly the lumber vessels along this coast. Union LEAVE FOR HOME At the regular meeting of Capitol Post, American Legion, last evening the following were selected as delegates to represent this post at the convention to be held at Lake Tahoe the latter part of the month :Dale Pruett, Frank War ren, Charles Priest, Will Karge. Tom Fradsham and M. J. Sullivan. The fol lowing alternates were elected: Andrew Clackwell, August Berning Joe Kane, Chester Xewnham, William Holcomb and Harold Muldoon. A drive is in progress to increase the post's membership, and it is probable that Andrew Blackwell, first alternate. will be eligible as a delegate when the membership drive committee has com pleted its work. iui 01 ff ffi t 0 V on m .mm Has Also Done Damage to Crops In Northern States By United Press SAN FRAXCfSf O, July 8. Intense heat over the nation caused many deaths, prostrations and severe crop damage, reports to the United Press to day indicated. Xew England is swel tering in a moist heat, while thunder- storm; broke its intensity in the middle west and trade winds reduced temper atures on the Pacific coast. There were ten deaths at Pittsburg for the week and nine others in Pennsylvania. The dry wave has seriously damaged wheat crops in the northern states. mm reives fa of tire Plums Named as Prohibition Director of State of Nevada By United Press WASHIXGTOX, July 8. It was an nounced today that J. P. Donnelly of Reno had been appointed as prohibi tion director of Xevada to succeed Richard Stoddard. l'Cap." Donnelly has been prominent in Republican politics ever since his en trance in the state, nearly a score of years ago. From a position as deputy sheriff in Goldfield dtiring the. boom days he was named by Governor Od die, on the latter' s advent into office, as captain of the state police, a job he held for about four years. On his re tirement he entered the mining game, which he has since followed. He was a resident of this city for a lung time, but recently has been living in Reno. Donnelly has received his present ap pointment probably through the efforts of Senator Oddic.J Irish Conference Resumed Late Today By United Press Bv United Press LOXDOX. July 8. A truce in Ire-' rLBLI July is -The morning eon- j fcrence ot the Sum Fein and Lniontst land pflfivfivf fntidav is to be . " . leaders adjourned until this afternoon, nounced tomorrow, U has been author.-, h is underst0O(l a rcpl, to Urtvj tatively learned. This development was j George's invitation to the London con simultaneous with the statement issued fcrence is being drafted. Great crowds in Dublin that De Valera had framed ; gathered outside of the building and the terms offer. of his reply on the British j cheered De Yakra. Lord Middleton land other leaders. Over From Reno Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker arrived from Reno last evening and will spend several days in this city. Mr. Walker is here on a rate hearing before the service commission. Awaiting Further Word of Killing By United Press WASHINGTON, July 8. The state department is waiting further word of the killing of two Americans by rob bers near Tampico, Mexico. The American consul's report was incomplete. LAD MUCH BETTER Word was received by Mrs. E. S. Farrington today that her grandson, Wallace Taber of Elko, is much better and out of danger. Tuesday evening his condition was such as to cause alarm, but the word received today relieved all anxiety. This evening Ed Murphy, accompan ied by his sister and niece, will leave by ! public train for Reno and later continue on to ' San Francisco. j CANADA WELCOMES The party was making the trip to this : THOSE U. S. EXCLUDES city by auto and went over the grade s Bv United Tressl near the eight-mile post Tuesday after- j MONTREAL, July 8. "To Canada noon. With the Murphys was H. Her- , the United States immigration restric mann and all 'escaped serious injury, 'act must come as a blessing." said Col. although having plenty of bruises. ;J- S. Dennis of the Canadian Pacific The car was badly wrecked, but has 'railway, who is a recognized authority been brought in to a local garage on immigration and colonization Tampico Conditions Are In Bad Way By United Press can gun'xiat. It is feared that a famine MEXICO CITY, July 8 The criti- j ;s imminent, due to a railway washout, cal situation in the Tampica oil fields Xtil shipments have decreased 78 r is due to lack of employment and ag- cent since the Mexican export tax gravated by the presence of an Ameri-1 came effective, it is estimated. where it will be repaired. oo ELECT OFFICERS At the regular meeting of the Wood men held last evening the following were elected as officers to ensuing year: "Canada today is in much the same position that the United States was in the beginning of the nineteenth century. Its great farm areas need settlers to grow food to feed its growing cities serve the ; and to provide traffic for the railways. "Now, on account of restriction in the Herbert Coffin, C C. ; F. E. Howard, United States, much of the immigration adviser; Richard Barber, banker; C. L. that was headed to the United States Deady, clerk; D. W. Quill, escort; H. j will be diverted to Canada a type of A. Wood, watchman; H. T. Murray, j immigrant that has rarely been avail sentry; H. D. Johns, manager. iable to it before. Peace Proclamation Draft Before Cabinet By United Press WASHINGTON, July 8 A tenta tive draft of the proposed peace procla mation has been prepared by Attorney General Daugherty and submitted to the cabinet, it has Ix-en learned. It has not yet been decided whether the proc lamation will be issued or not, it was stated. TRACK IS LAID The spur track across American Flat to the, portal of the big tunnel of the United Comstock Mines company has been laid and is ready for business. The first trains of material will shortU tt moved over this new piece of railroad constructed by the Virginia and I Truckee. In order to be on the safcty first sdo of transportation the road i going er the Crown Point ravine bridge, .is it is expected tha beay haulage will fol low rail the comp'etiou ol the new li".e of Attorney Montrose came down from Carson valley this morning to attend the prison investigation.