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Garsoiri City .Daily Appeal TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA VOL. LVIII 25 cents per week CARSON CITY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. 1921 Five cents per copy No. 174 mm 1 lib Oil Indications Favor Amicable Termin ation of Extended Strife By United Press LONDON, July 27. De Valcra has called a conference of Irish . army "leaders," and their chief supporters at Dublin to discuss the peace proposal, it has been learned authoritatively. This is regarded as a favorable indication of sufficient approval to reveal the terms to others. Despite opposition it is be lieved that De Valera will secure an approval of the counter suggestions planned. Plan Jail Delivery of Gang Leader Soft ills Mfe Jam Kellogg Bill and Anti-Beer Measures Will Receive Action By United Press t WASHINGTON, July 27: Senate leaders have mapped out a defihite pro gram for congress, following $ie White House conference. First. the;;$enate is to pass the Kellogg bill extending credit to the farmers and anti medicinal beer bill. The house is to pass the tax bill to be given the 'senate finance committee while both houses recess. The senate is to reconvene as soon as the tax bill is ready. It has been agreed to postpone action for the present on railroad relief and funding foreign debts. By United Press LOS ANGELES, July 27. Fourteen men have been arrested in connection with an alleged plot to obtain a jail de livery of "Spud" Murphy, notorious San Francisco gangster, serving a sen tence of fifty years in San Quentin. In a confession one of the men said that three members of the former Howard street gang came to this city to organ ize a gang to get funds for Murphy's release. They planned a series of dar ing robberies, he said. This lead to a spectacular roundup of the gang by members of the Los Angeles police. Men Beaten In Riot On City Water Front J men from the schooner Frank Stout. IBy United Press ?.V PDIVPTCPO T..t.. vt r I ... , , , : . , ! Several of the seamen jumped into the man was possibly fatallv injured and ! ' . i T1 - 1- a riot at a wharf Plcr lt tM:al,c ten naaiy neaten m a riot at a when strike sympathizers attacked sea-1 pcrscd by the police. The rioters were dis- low Your Horses" feature Drama Tonight a 11,91 M life I liii Pnii Mil i tali i Battman Takes Up Question Direct With President Harding By United Press WASHINGTON, July 27. The de mand for the soldiers bonus is "based on simple justice that will not be down ed," Gilbert Bettman of the American Legion legislative committee told Pres ident Harding today. Bettman pre sented a statement to show that the view held by some that the bonus is a gratuity to the ex-service men is un fair. He said the bonus is a compensa tion for economic loss while the men were in service. President Harding declared he did not oppose the bonus, but thought it should wait till condi tions are more settled. Gas Still Fxplodes; Two Men Perish Will Attend Disarmament Confer ence Under Qualifications By United Press MARTINEZ, July 27. Two men were killed and three injured this morning in an explosion at the Shell Oil refinery. The dead are William Nicholson and Thomas Tarantino, who were working on a "Trumbull" still with an acetylene torch. The flame came in contact with the gasoline vapors outside the still. The explosion curiously failed to injure the still, which is used in refining crude oil. By United Press WASHINGTON, July 27. Japan's reply, received today by the state de partment, is said to indicate that conn try's acceptance of the disarmament in- J I vitation. I he message is lengthy and j is understood to contain important qualifications. . A Tokio dispatch said the reply asked for information on con ference agenda. News That's Up to the Me This evening a picture out of the usual is to be shown at the Grand. It is a Rupert Hughes story picturized. "Hold Your Horses' is the title and it features Tom Moore in the title role. While it deals' with a recent arrival from the old sod the plot turns so many corners and so rapidly that it keeps the audience guessing from the first shot to the last. From a street cleaner to higher am bitions and the success and diversity makes it a going concern from the time of introduction from the liner that docks at New York. The girl in the case also makes a major part of the story and between that and politics and love-making Tom Moore has both hands full. Imprisoned In Russia IBy United Press WASHINGTON, July 27. Secretary of State Hughes has sent a communi cation to the Soviet government re garding seven American prisoners held in Russia. The note related to the American attitude on prisoners in con nection with the appeal for Russian famine relief, it was stated. Arrest Deferred rBy United Tress SPRINGFIELD, 111., July 27. Gov- There is an added attraction for the ernor Small will not be arrested until evening, a Capital comedy, "Love On Rollers," and a Bray Pictograpli. The program is above the average and will make a well-rounded performance. SILESIA DISPUTE OPENS NEW TROUBLE By United Press PARIS, July 27. Developments to day show that France and Great Brit ain are far from an agreement on Silesia. France, despite the supposed agree ment, will insist on the re-inforcement of Allied troops. Premier Briand has instructed the French ambassador to the Court of St. James to so inform Lord Curzon. LOSS OF HER MIND IS PROBABLE RESULT By United Press BANFF, Alberta, July 27. Mrs. Wil liam Stone, wife of the president of Perdue University, may recover from her physical injuries, but never from the mental torture she underwent, phy sicians sent to the Lonely mountain trail said today. She lay helpless and injured for eight days aftfr her husband had been killed in an attempt to rescue her from a crevice into which she fell. Dan Morton, after a couple of days spent in Reno, returned to this city on the morning train. COMSTOCK TO HOLD LABOR DAY PROGRAM lie re-turns to Springfield was the state ment today of the sheriff in reply to the governor's message that he would submit to arrest at Chicago. Gompers was a member of the delega tion. Russia Wants Trade; Says Industry Man By Lloyd Allen, United Press staff correspondent. LONDON. July 12. Russia today desires peace and is following a policy of non-interferer.ce in the internal af fairs of other nations. Leonid Krassin, chief of the Russian trade delegation to England, and a powerful figure in the Lenine govern ment, is authority for the foregoing. In an exclusive interview with the United Tress, Krassin explained recent changes in policy of Moscow and out- Canada Second tBv United Press TORONTO, Ont., July 27. Canada, 5 lined his attitude regarding widespread Virginia City is preparing to cele brate Labor Day and committees have been named to take over affairs and shape a program for that day. The revival of mining on the Corn stock has brought out new ideas and also added materially to the nooula- tion of the old lode. A program ts to he announced short ly as the affair is in the hands of the lately organized Chamber of Commerce, which will ask the co-operation of oth er like bodies in western Nevada. . DEMPSTER CASE TODAY The Dempster case, -which has caused more than usual interest in Douglas county, opened today in Minden before Judge Langan. Dempster, one of the business men of the valley town, is charged with attempt at rape. A venire of 100 jurors has been called in order to select a jury. The prosecution will be conducted by District Attorney Brocklis, assisted by Attorney George Mootrose. The de fendant is represented by Piatt & San ford. It is expected that several days will be occupied in the .taking of testi mony. , Debs Must Wait By United Press WASHINGTON, July 27. The re lease of political prisoners cannot be considered until after the peace procla mation has been issued, President Harding has indicated, according to representatives of the Political Annes ty League, who called1 on the president in behalf of Eugene Debs. Samuel with one car to every twenty-one per sons, is the second largest automobile user in the world. The United States leads, followed by Canada, New Zea land, Australia. Cuba and the LTnited Kingdom in order of importance. OO Developing Big Power Site By United Press LILLOOET, B. C, July 27. Prelim inary work is being carried out on the development of the Bridge Rover pow er site near here, the total cost of which will be $30,000,000. With the ex ception of Niagara Falls and Victoria Falls this will be the biggest power site in the world. Missing With Shortage CHICAGO, July 27. Warren Spur gin, head of the Michigan Avenue bank, who has been missing since shortages of a million and a half were found in the bank's accounts, is in hiding in Montreal, the authorities have learned. reports of his intention of visiting Can ada and the United States. At the same time, Krassin discussed possibilities of resuming Russian South American trade. "The sincere desire of the Russian people and the Russian government is to be at peace with all the peoples of the world," Krassin told me. "Beginning with the spring of 1919, the Russian government made constant official proposals to all the powers par ticipating in the intervention and block ade to begin peace negotiations for the adjustment of all the points at issue and the establishment of peaceful re lations. "This is the point of view of the Soviet government at the present time as well. "In all countries with which Soviet Russia has concluded commercial Krassin declared that it i extreme ly possible in connection with these af fairs it may be necessary for him to visit Canada for a short period. Krassin displayed an unusual inter est in South American trading possi bilities. "South America is particularly inter esting for Russia, as a consumer of certain Russian exports," he said. As examples he named wine, tobac co, carpets and articles of peasant man ufacture, also antiques and hand-made goods set aside for export. "It is possible, however, that South America will be able also to find in Russia, during 'the next few jears, a market for certain raw materials and foodstuffs, while Russia has not yet sufficiently re-established its transport and agriculture," he declared. VISITING CARSON ELIMINATES DETOUR FUNERAL SERVICES HELD The bothersome detour over Galena hill on the road between Carson and Reno is to be abandoned today and automobiles will be able to take to the new concrete highway. Heavy trucks are to be kept off the road for another ten days, which will give the concrete a better chance to set and harden. The detour has been one of the men aces of auto travel the past two months and it has been with reluctance that machines were directed to Reno. Take the east-side road is the advice and avoid troubles. Other sections of the highway will be thrown open as fast as the concrete ripens and before fall most of the trip between this city and Reno can be ne gotiated over the first concrete road in the state. -oo- Rube Kelly was an arrival from Reno this morning and spent the day talking over affairs with his many friends. He expects to spend a number of days in Carson before returning to Tonopah. Rule is still possessed with the idea that his car in the recent road race should have won the classic. The Campbell-Kelly engine, which has a number of improvements on the aver age gas engine, is gradually winning ! favor and some nattering off e res are ! leing made for it lv big concert. s. nirrwmpntc flip Soviet cnvcriimpnt has I , , ,r . . . j Many of the cars in the south are doing bound itself not to carrv on any hostile' 3 . propaganda against the institutions or governments of those countries. "It has honestly fulfilled and will continue to fulfill these conditions." Dealing with the reports that Kras sin is preparing to visit Canada and Funeral services for the late Mrs. Nellie Richardson were held from the Catholic church this morning. Rev. Father Lamb officiating. Many friends from this city and Em-,America Krassin pointed out: "There pire and surrounding sections were in can be no question of any visit to the attendance, as the deceased was a well known daughter of this city. Floral tributes, both from Reno and Carson friends, covered the bier and grave. Interment was held at the family plot Latest teJegraphTc news in the Appeal at Lone Mountain cemetery. The fol lowing acted as pallbearers: A. G. Myers, J. H. Myles, Harvey Payne, Will Lindsey, Albert Quill and Harry Anderson. j no Muller Home Sold Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pruett have pur chased the J. A. Muller home. They will take possession in about two weeks. United States until the government of the United States has expressed its consent to such a visit." Regarding Canada, Krassin explain ed: "From the moment of the conclu sion of the agreement, Canada automatically en tered the sphere of Russo-British com mercial relations and the Russian trade delegation has already placed some or ders for Russia in Canada. "At the present moment the Soviet delegation is carrying on negotiations with certain Canadian factories with the object, of placing orders with them," desert service, which is the real test field for any motor. lie states that business is gradually coming back to normal in the south ern camp and looks for a general re vival in all lines. Shoots Son In Hand While hunting wood rats at his ranch about sixty miles north of Winneinurca last Tuesday, Martin Legarza acciden tally shot his 11 -year-old son, Ado! to, in the right hand with a small calilter revolver Thf tuilh't ivnt rienr tVirmiL'ti Anglo-Russian tradingl., . . , . .,,, lK. bone. Silver State. no Looking for Dentist Dr. Brumfield, a dentist, wanted in Oregon for the supposed murder of a hermit laborer named Dennis Russell, is being sought for in Nevada. It is believed that he has passed through this state on his way from Northern California.