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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920.
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(Special Despatch to The Reformer Copyright 1920. 11KNO, Nevada, opt. 23. Nevada is a close state this year. Normally it is Democratic by a comfortable majority al though the majority of 5,000 which Wil son got in 1016 was overwhelming. Only shout 35,000 to 4.5,000 votes are usually cast, five thousand is virtually a 10 per cent majority. The Republicans who think Harding will carry 'Nevada count upon hinv to win by 500 votes. That's how closely they figure majorities in a small state. The Republican optimism is based en tirely upon the disaffection among the l.Ymr.tratT ami the continued murmur- imrs which lias been going on against the Wilson administration. The Republican leaders estimate the shift of Democrats to Harding will be considerable, but dis interested observers do not believe it will be enough. That Governor' Cox will "get "Nevada's three electoral votes would seem to Ik? more rcason ible expectation than a Re publican victory though it must be re corded here for whatever significance it may have, that the political ? wayfarer encounters high Republican hopes in slates that are normal Democratic and " shake of the head and a whit of anx iety though by no means despair among the Democratic leaders in those same, states. The truth of the matter is that the Democratic prospects, have been at a low ebb everywhere in the West for many months v.iu that whatever Republicans may say about the .-effect of Governor Cox's trip, a great and vital influence lias been exerted by him over the cam paign in the West, and he has stimu lated the workinsi Democrats everywhere, lie has put bark-hone and "pep" into the rank ami file. Many of them were originally for MeAdoo and did not know a thing about Cox until they read his speech- of' acceptance. ! "' , ' Xow',1' ' tMy"'Iiavd' 'feeeh the' "candidate himself and in nine eases out of ten the effect has been instantaneous for as a political mixer and enthusiast Governor Cox's magnetic personality is unexcelled. Right here in Nevada where Senator Henderson, Democrat, is a candidate "for re-election and is certain to ' win, there is factional "-strife in the Republican party and Henderson who is a conserva tive man counts tipon , a big Republican vote, the said Henderson is reported to have been worried by Cox's entry into the state. Things were running Hender son's way without dragging the national ticket and its handicaps into the situa tion. , -Even the league of nations was sort of taboo as a topic of discussion. - Hut Governor Cox surprised Henderson tand everybody else by the impressiveness of jhis argument '.'on the league and by his own .,' forictdful character.. t' Democratic leaders ' rwent away - believing that tv'hile it ; might -be' disputed, how many Repub lican Votes' were "acquired, there could be. no ' -doubt "that the Democrats: aid those instinctively friendly ; to the Demo: eratic cause, but straying from Wilson leadership, nour are disposed to stick' in line under the ' Cox leadership. Hender son will run away ahead of Cox on the Denioeratm ticket. So will Senator Phe- lan in California, who, too, is under stood to have been worried about the effect of the Cox trip on his chances. 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The only recommendation of the com mittee that failed to meet with legisla tive approval was that proposing to ex empt interest ou mortgages trom the operation- of the state income tax law, provided that congress enact legislation exempting such interest from the oper ation of the federal income tax. Chief among the recommendations that received favorable action was a resolu tion providing for an investigation by the joint committee on housing on charges that a combination of dealers in buildim? materials had conspired to maintain prices at a high level. For the purpose, of preventing whole sale evictions ot tenants Horn renteu homes on October 1 the legislature passed a bill virtually suspending dispos session proceedings. 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