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fONOPAH OA1LV POMAMgA, TONOPAH, NEVADA, EDflfiftA)( 6VENINQ.
TONOPAH DAILY BONANZA us v fllwavs liavp hppn. to ioin (c with other governments in "Tin in- ' (piiry made by experts into the rubllnheii viry fvenlnn. Sunday excepted, by the Tonopah Bonsnia Printing economic situiltion ill Russia Mid the remedies therefor; but we shall take no art in - the ad journed conference at The Hague for the reasons we had declining to par- Incorporated. W. W. BOOTH, EDITOR AND MANAGER line Yfar St Months ine Month Tmim of Hlrr1itlfin for the Daily Bgunn by Mall anil gave for .fll.Ot One Month Delivered by Carrier tU'ipate Ut Genoa 00 I In Tonopah I I 00 . . , i oo single copies. di to' Of course the Lntish premier The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication ! D0WS 'i6 as as w e 0, of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper ' and even better doubtless, the 111- and also the locul news published herein. Entered at the postofflce at Tonopah as second class matter Official Paper for the County of rr aatl the Ton a of Tonopah CHILD LABOR LAWS ARE NECESSARY The battle against the evils of rhild labor must be continued. The majority of the important industrial stales have established tomobiles that are pensive idleness," jherent and incurable unreliabil ity and vieiousness of the Red , regime. He knows that its com ' munistie principles and policies. burning ex- jts untrustworthiiiess and falsity and its crazy theories, all of That s all mighty true and yet which have broken down. its who of us is not guilty in .some thievish greed, hunger for pow ne particular- Most of us. in-' ami callousness to human deed, could be indicted on two, 'sufferings have wrecked the si-hour standard for children three or half a dozen counts, ami mighty empire. But Lloyd !er l'i; of the remaining slates mimic of us on all. The country (;,.,, js jM a position where he ahmi! half have li-hour laws and today is not working hard tin1 rest allow children to work (.n,iui;h and is demanding as its 11 hours or more a da . ( Yrtain right those tliinus which uonmil of the textile Mates ,,1' the south y ,-oiiie only as the reward of permit children l labor legally work. dav VIKING STEEL IS Genuine Swedish Made in Avesta, Sweden. Perfect hole and centered. No rock too hard. Uniform quality. All sizes. Round and hexagon hollow, cru ciform, octagon and tool. Also genuine Norway iron. Imported by Swedish Steel Co., 729 Harrison Street, S. F. Sold by J. A. Mur phy, Reno, Nevada. EXCURSION RATES Commence April 29th LOS ANGELES and RETURN Saturdays Only $30.50 Limit 15 Days Monday, Thursday and Saturday $36.50 Limit 90 Days O. ASPLAND, Osnorsl Agent . Tonopah A Tidewater Ry. Artistic Job printing at tills office Muf sed. 11 th. hours lack to or ami. owing ceiiieiit of such these states, it allow the child eeii longer Thus appears conl uaiancc of t r; I had .! ell iaUs ;ls cs( in is said that soini W o-;c's to spell iciiirs iii the mill the li 1 of tin- the e:iiii)aiuli. ' The act of HUtl forbade the spoliation in interstate com- f the products of factor iu which children under 14 been employed, or ill which children under 14 and 1 had worked more than eight hours a day or at night, -lust ;i day before the .e l u;is tn have gone into effect a permanent injiine I ion w as obtained which rest rain ed its enforcement in a North i arolina court district. A poor cotton mill operative sued out the injunction on the ground that he Would be deprived of the wages of his two hoys, Able counsel from New York and two North ('arolina cities presented his ease, however When ap pealed to the Tinted States su preme court, tile law was found unconstitutional as an undue ex tension of the power to regulad interstate commerce. Now the advocates of federal legislation invoked the taxing pOWCr ill I oiigiV.s.s. Ai; net V as passed assessing a tax of 111 per vent on the net profits of any concern that employed children in violation of the standards named. The same .North Carolina judge declared this measure un constitutional, and from his dis trict court it went to Wiisliinff-: i"1!""''' ton. and nwo is pronounced in valid. In spite of this decision it must be remembered tha,t vast pro gress has been made in the last 1.") years in the war against child labor and the 14-year limit has been very widely established. Disappointment will justly be keen, nevertheless, over the fail ure nf this second attempt to end the evil by federal action. The danger now is that, in view of the almost certainty that sev eral states will not legislate against the acknowledged evils of child labor, the effort to se- IMPORTANT INTLRESTS MAKE BIG PROFIT President Harding, in his ad dress before the I'nited States climber of commerce, referred to those importing interests which are bringing foreign made goods into the I'nited States at a ridic ulously low figure and selling them to the American consumer at prices which reap the import ing interests thousands of per cent profit- This practice was branded by the president as "commerce without conscience." These are the interests which are using their influences both with in aihl without the Tnited States senate to prevent the en actment of a protective tariff. They pretend their opposition is based upon their desire to save the consumer. Their real attitude toward the American consumer can be accurately as certained by a reference to the records. They are buying hun dreds of millions of dollars worth of goods abroad. What they pay, for them is evidenced by the in voices at the American custom houses. What they sell them for to the American consumer is a matter which can be ascertained at the counter of the large de partment stores." According to the records which are in evidence, a certain style of pocket knives made abroad are being imported into this country at 22,5 cents apiece and being sold by the stores which them for $5. a clear, profit to the importing stores of i!70 per cent. Another style of pocket knife; which contains three blades and; a file is being imported into j this country i'or,!)6 cents and1 being sold by the importing! stores for ifo. a profit of 54")") perj cent Japanese cups and saucers are being imported into this country for M7.5 cents a dozen and are! being sold at retail by the" im- j porting stores for $4.20 a dozen, a i lcar profit of 10115 per cent. F.lectric flat irons are imported; for li cents and sold bv the im-l feels that he must conn' to some terms with the red dictators: and having failed to do this, or anything else of moment at !e noa. he prorogues the confer ence and sets on foot another at tempt to draw the great repub lic in to help him and other gov ernments pull their chestnuts out of the fire. The plan at Henoa boils down to an attempt to buy the red gang in liussia, by a bribe which is called a loan to open the empire to foreign trade. The gang demanded two billion dol lars at first, which was later rv dnced by one-half, and proposes to use t'tiis money as it sees fit -to maintain its mighty army and its propagandists of revo lution in other lands The bol slievik junta sniffed in derision at the proposition to take 100. (HiO.fHKI and be decent; and th negotiations were virtually at an impasse when adjournment ti. The Hague was proposed. Hut if any money is given to Russia it will be by nations which owe us money by governments deep in debt to us. In a very real sense therefore any cash with which the Lcnine gang is bought up will come out of us, MAKE BANK BUFFET YOUR RESTING PLACE CLASSIEST RESORT IN STATE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYONE ! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ? r I i Taney Cigara and JOHN F. MANI0N ALBERT KELLY j; Proprietors MONTANA CAFE for tho BEST FOOD Privats Tablet for Ladles Boxes for Parties Best for the Steaks Pastries SERVICE TRY IT MONTANA CAFE THE.T0N0PAH WING CORPORATION Established 1905 STRICTLY A BANKING BUSINESS Accounts of Corporations, Merchants, Individuals, Invited DIRECTORS Geo. Wingfield, II. C. Brougber, Hugh I(.nrv Brown, L. W. Knowles, Clyde A. Heller, J. B. Humphrey E. W. BLAIR, Cashier should investigate The Bonanza's new AlTOCASitiR ADVERTISING SERVICE. We receive tri-weckly service and are prepared to furnish cuts showing the latest creations in wear--ing apparel for men, women and children; also catchy service touching upon autos and all other lines of business. TEACHERS EXAMINATION. The regular semi-annual teachers' examination will hp held at the Tono pah hiRh school building on Juno 12. 13, 14 and, 15. 1922. MAUDE FP.AZ1EII, Deputy Spt., 5th District. J5-10. SAVE MONEY PATRONIZE THE ONLY GROCETERIA IN SOUTHERN NEVADA NO TELEPHONE NO DELIVERY NORTHERN CABARET HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT SOFT DRINKS AND CHOICE LINE OF SMOKES MILLIARDS AND POOL YOU'LL ENJOY YOURSELF ANY OLD TIME ST. PATRICK STREET Belew Oddie CASTING SERVICE IS FREE We make no charge for this casting service, cuts are furnished free to our advertisers. The i Call at this office or phone the advertising depart ment, and you will gladly be shown samples. SERVICE IS UNEQUALLED AUT0C ASTER SERVICE is in a class by itself. The Bonanza has installed the latest AUT0C ASTER, and prompt service is assured. Let Us Help You Increase Your Business NO CLERKS LETTERHEAD YOU Save All1 PRINTING on This Expense MINE WORKERS' MERCANTILE CO.! cure federal action will he re- P"'tin- concern to the consumer limiuished. 1'nhlie ..pinion should fur "J. llea' Profit of 3452 demand insteiid that a way shall I"'r ''ellt still he snu-rh. t end the evil by Nq DICKERING WITH legislation at Washington- It would he strange indeed it' no method could he found to termin ate an evil that the nation ab hors yet that a few states in sist upon tolerating. PETER BU0L OF CLARK COUNTY Announces Mis Candidacy FOR THE NOMINATION OP ' UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM NEVADA Subject to the will of the republican voters at the Primary Elec tion to be held on September 6, 1922. BOLSHEVISTS I Secretary Hughes not only hits the nail he strikes at squarely i and powerfully on the head, but it is his way to strike once with out the slightest indecision or an GET BACK TO hour of watchful waiting to see WORK what somebody else may think. A leader of the manufactur- He and the president are order era' association sums up Ameri-!ing our relations with Russia up eas' chief ailment in the follow-'on the theory, solidly based on ing rather drastic fashion: incontestihle facts, that the Mos- "High priced hotels, theaters. ; cow government is neither legi hall parks and other camping j timate, representative, pennan grounds of amusement and non-;ent, honorable, decent nor even productive are enlarging their j Russain in any true sense of the capacities to accommodate the! word. It does not protect life, ever increasing army of refu-! property, the freedom of labor or gees from the storms of life. I tlx1 inviolability of contracts, No "Golf clubs, cigar factories, j dealings of any kind with it can! jewelry establishments, walking! be profitable or safe; and wei eane emporiums, pet dog ken- shall enter into no relations with nels, canary bird dispensaries j it notwithstanding our deep sym-j and boot legging joints are j pa thy for the terribly mistreated! flourishing as never before. Ev-j Russian people of which we have! ery street and highway through-j given and are giving such tangi out the land is teeming; with au- ble proof. We still stand ready, Tonopah Bottling Works Phone 812 Manufacturers of Carbonated Beverages Lsnon Ssda, Raspbsrry Soda, Iron Port, Crsam Soda, Hlrss Root Boor. Coea Cola, Strawbsrry Soda, Iron Bssr, Sarsaparllla, Cldsr, Mlntral Watsr, its. HaU Building Tonopah, Nevada THE CASINO PIONEER REFRESHMENT PARLOR OF SOUTHERN NEVADA FULL LINE OP SOFT DRINKS- ONLY THE STANDARD BRANDS OF CIGARS IN STOCK Telephone 466 Club Eoomi in Connection Toi Will Fin4 Tow Iritnti lert Bonanza Business Directory j BUSINESS PROFESSIONS TRADES Reduced Excursion Faros to CHARLES A. DE FL0N : -rr:- f. ., J MIZPAH BTO l5-dy limit S28.M , ' On tale Frldeye and Saturday W, B. GIBSON eD' eman' Retreat Ne etep-evere ' LAWYER jS-mentht limit tH Room 204 state Bank Building i L'fc Dr,n,C, A'1 K,n(' 1 On sale dally Phones: Office 822. Residence 623. Pbil...! fM... Hop-overs at any pelnt M0IC0 Of ClgarS Tonopah & Goldfiold Railroad H!SS tfrJaKSb? N Company SSSlJiTSlI Meet Jour Wends " j. e. peck, Agent ,12.S1 8ute Bnk A Truft Popular Resort Co. Building GEO. HoIsTeIN, Prop. We Have. Tonopai Nevada " v nave NEW BAKER COOK, FRENCH, STODDARD WHO IS USINQ-A NEW AND '. 1 ; process in making breab HATTON Alexander M. Hardy We Guarantee It to be mtLt attorney-at-law SO State Bsnk A Trust Bldg. Superior tO any Other TONOPAH NEVADA Practice In all Nerada, Calif , nla and United States Courti. Give it a Trial WILLIAM FORMAN . 'Tonop.rN.v'ad? YOU WLL BE SATISFIES LAWYER Tonopah, Nevada. VIENNA BAKERY ,1M1 Bnk B"" Phn 7,8 TONOPAH NEVADA V 1 WrWwwwwiwiww tlIM ! R. FRED BROWN i j Hotel Golden j L0P;DAfft stockbroker ;! LARGEST HOTEL IN THE Ditnbutori for M se'oSh' " ; : :: KEWLY REMODELED : BODWEISER BEER 832 Tonopah -Phones m ONE-HALF BLOCK FROM " ! 111 Mate Street ! DEPOT ZZl I TONOPAH N EVAS) A ! Bates II 10 to S3.B0 '" aa-a-awwwwi ren NEVADA ' ' TONOPAH TRILBY DIVIDE MINING - "' HOME BREW COMPANY VJiuU !.U iianifaotnrod In Assord Wittenberg Warehouse aaN with n..i.ti.n. of Stockholders m the above n4 TMncffr rnmnoni. tio Intsrnal Rsvsnns Bs- company please communicate 300 1 m lOfflpan) rM1. witMhe undersigned. In Hm m ' m LE PROMPT DELIVERY i tJcD FENWICK & CO. coaldforsai. 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