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The Cordova daily times. (Cordova, Alaska) 1914-1947, August 26, 1920, Image 2

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CORDOVA
SHEET METAL
WORKS
Goods Manufactured to Order of
Sheet Iron, Galvanized Iron, Tin
and Zinc.
Phone 143
Second St., Next to Hospital
Real Alaska Jewelry
oan be had at Osborne Bros., Manufacturing Jewelers, who make Jew
elry of all kinds fom Alaska gold. "’L
We have the only GRADUATE OPTICIAN in Cordova, and can
grind lenses on short notice.
OSBORNE BROS.
EXPERT JEWELERS, WATCHMAKERS, ENGRAVERS
FRESH FROM OUTSIDE
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton and Poultry
Wholesale and Retail
All Orders Given Prompt Attention
northern meat market
STEAM HEAT ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Overland! otel
MRS. J. W. KENNEDY
Chitina, Alaska
POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS KEPT
REPUBLICANS
OF OREGO
ORGANIZING
POT LAND, Aug. 26.-—Fifteen thou
sand members in Multnomah coun
ty is the objective of the Harding
and Coolidge Campaign club recent
ly organized by an enthusiastic
gathering of Republicans at the
Press club rooms. It is said there
never has been a political club in
the Pacific northwest that numbered
15,000 members, and the Harding and
Coolidge supporters are already pre
dicted that they will attain this re
cord.
At the initial meeting officers were
elected and these have zealously en
tered upon their duties. About 2000
members have enrolled, though the
campaign for members is but little
more than a week old.
It is said of the incoming members
that they manifest more enthusiasm
than is usualy shown in a political
campaign, at least so early in the
game. A number who have joined
both men and women, state that they
had been Democrats, but were
“through” with that party. These
facts, backed by the plans that are
being laid, are responsible for the as
sertion of club officials that the
membership will not stop at a mini
mum short of 15,000 in this country.
It costs nothing to join the club.
Affiliation in the organization is made
easy, it is explained, so everyone so
inclined, including those who have not
usually been members because of in
itiation fees and dues, may get in and
feel an equal responsibility in the
campaign.
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for registration of voters, to the end
that greater numbers than ever be
fore may be prepared to go to the
polls and cast their votes in Novem
ber. Young voters will be especially
encouraged.
"We propose to have a solid organ
ization that will withstand any polit
ical test ot the Democrats,” said Pres
ident W. W. Banks. “We propose to
carry the fight to the opposition in
such a manner that the victory will
be complete.
“It is highly pleasing to note the
ease an# rapidity with which mem
bers are being signed up in the club.
It indicates that this is to be a great
Republican year. The reasons given
by many for joining are exceedingly
interesting, but it is enough, perhaps,
to add that they would make good
reading for those who have followed
the history of the past seven years of
Democratic misrule.”
President Banks will soon appoint
an executive committee. This is to
be composed of men and women in
the different industries, professions
and vocations—a thoroughly repre
sentative group.
Officers of the club are: William
W. Banks, president; Mrs. Helen La
mond, Conrad P. Olson, John C. Mc
Cue, Miss Marie Chambers, Charles
B. Preston, Prank L. Walters and
George U. Piper, secretary-treasurer,
and Sanfield MacDonald, club cam
paign manager.
NEWS SERVICE OF
CANADA BE IMPROVED
OTTAWA, Aug. 26.—Immediate ac
tion by the Imperial Press Union look
ing to establishment of quicker and
cheaper transmission of news through
out the British empire was urged in a
resolution unanimously adopted by the
Imperial Press conference, in session
here.
Resolutions opposing the control or
influence of newspapers by any other
than newspapermen were passed
unanimously after discussion in which
war censorships were severely criti
cized. Another resolution was adopt
ed, opposing the entry of news car
riers, telegraph, cable or wireless, into
the business of compiling and dis
tributing news.
LEAGUE NATIONS
CO' ANTIS
ATTACKED
SHADE GAP, Pa., Aug. 26.—Article
21 of the League of Nations covenant
Was attacked as a betrayal rather
than a safeguard of the Monroe doc
trine by Henry P. Fletcher, former
ambassador to Mexico, in an address
at a county reunion. He declared that
the Democratic party, through its in
dorsement of the league covenant,
Was seeking to set up “a vain, vision
ary and vanishing scheme of world
regulation and interference based on
an arbitrary disposition of the lands
of the peoples of the earth.”
“The treaty of Versailles, as signed
by the president, submitted to the
senate and indorsed by the Demo
cratic national convention,” the for
mer ambassador asserted, “absolutely
and completely destroys the great
chart and charter of peace with free
dom, which we venerate under the
name of the Monroe doctrine.
“The Monroe doctrine forbids
American participation in the poli
tical affairs of Europe. The treaty
requires it.
“The Monroe doctrine forbids out
side interference in American af
fairs. The covenant provides for it.
“Article 21 of the treaty of Ver
sailles,” Mr. Fletcher continued, “is
the famous article of the covenant
which we are told would safeguard
and protect the Monroe doctrine.
“There are two versions of the
treaty; one in French and the other
in English. Both are authentic. Ap
parently the French text for home
consumption.
“The English text of article 2i
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“ ‘Nothing in this covenant shall be
deemed to affect the validity of in
ternational engagements, such as
treaties of arbitration or regional un
derstandings like the Monroe doc
trine for securing the maintenance of
peace.’
“A literal translation of the French
text of the came article, however,
reads:
“ ‘International engagements, such
as arbitration treaties and regional
ententes like the Monroe doctrine,
which assures the maintenance of
peace, are not considered as incom
patible with any of the dispositions
of the present pact.’
“But both of these explanations or
reservations of the Monroe doctrine
are only medicated make-believe or
sugar-coated dope. They do not safe
guard or preserve the doctrine at all.
They betray it.’’
FOR RENT—Single house four rooms
and bath furnished. Apply Edward
F. Medley. 17-tf
Professional kodak finishing. Scar
borough. Agency at Cordova drug
store.
Your eyes fitted. Compound and
stigmatic lenses replaced. See Os
borne.
Advertise in the Daily Times
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Good food Properly Cooked
Quick Service
MORGAN PELKY, Prop, and Mgr.
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STOP AT
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Best work guaranteed. Low
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customers.
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TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COAL AND WOOD
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DAY OR NIGHT
Office, Northern Hotel Bldg. Phone 8~ 5
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Electric Lighted. Hot Water. Turkish a ad Tab
Baths.
OPPOSITE CORDOVA GRILL, CORDOVA, ALASKA,
PHONE 99
CORDOVA FISH & COLD STORAGE CO.
Swift’s No. 1
Steer Beef
ALL KINDS OF MEATS AND POULTRY
FISH, CRABS AND CLAMS
Order by Phone 141—3 Rings Or our driver will call on you
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