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CARSON "CITY DAILY APPEAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1918
it abor Mis Nfe INOTICE A COVERT attack on Tasker L. Oddie, former governor and candidate for that office again on the Republican ticket, is being circulated under the guise of a letter from the joint legislative hoard of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, in which it is stated that Governor Boyle has never vetoed any bill in the interest of railroad employes, while five are enumer ated as having been vetoed by Oddie, when he was chief execu tive of the state. The five measures referred to were all passed by the legislature at the session of 1U13 and consisted of an act to prohibit the discharge of employes on account of be longing to labor organizations, an act requiring prompt pay ment of wages on the discharge of employes, an act requiring lights on derailing switches, an act establishing semi-monthly pay days and an ast prohibiting blacklisting. The circular is signed by FRANK W. INGRAM as state representative of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers and by C. W. Blackwell as state representative of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. MR INGRAM at the conclusion of the session of the legislature in 1913 issued with Chairman W. E. "Wallace of the Trainmen a report to the mem bers of the brotherhoods in which he said: .."We desire to ex press our sincere appreciation of the kindness and courtesy extended us by our governor, Hon. Tasker L. Oddie, and thank him FOR HIS SUPPORT ON OUR MEASURES, feeling that his good Judgment will reflect credit upon our state." This was after the bills referred to had been vetoed, it will be noted. The titles of some bills are misleading, as they do not con vey to the reader exactly what the measures are about. This was thoroughly understood at Carson City and, when the meas ures came up for a vote under Gov. Boyle as to whether the Oddie vetoes should or should not be sustained, not a word was said on the subject by Gov. Boyle in his message to the legis lature, although he had held a long conference with labor lead ers immediately on taking office. Had he asked that these vetoes of his predecessor be set aside it would not have been done, and as a matter of fact and record, the legislature sus tained every one of Gov. Oddie 's vetoes on these bills. Here are the facts, taken from the official records: An act prohibiting the discharge of employes on account of belonging to labor organizations: Veto sustained. Every labor union man voted to uphold the veto and only two sena tors against it, neither of whom was a railroad man. An act requiring the prompt payment of wages on dis charge of cmploves: Veto sustained by FORTY-EIGHT AYES, NOT ONE VOTING AGAINST IT An act requiring lights on derailing switches: Veto UNANIMOUSLYustained. An act requiring semi-monthlv pav davs: Veto sustained UNANIMOUSLY BY THIRTY-SIX AYES AND NOT ONE NO. An act prohibiting black-listing: Veto sustained bv FORTY-ONE AYES AND ONLY THREE NOES. In many cases the author of the bill himself voted to sus tain the veto, so well-satisfied was he of the justice of it. That is the record. It speaks for itself. Gov. Oddie 's vetoes were sustained by every labor representative in the legislature. WE WANT SALES REPRESENTA TIVES IN EVERY TOWN IN NEVADA N T We prefer men who have sold stock, T I insurance, real estate, books, or who X I have had no sales experience, but would T like to develop into salesmen. We train icant accepted and provide a will enable anyone who make from $75 to $150 per so use women of excep Position permanent.' In state aee. oast business ex- Carson City, Nev. I perience, number of years you have liv- '' m community, and references. Ad- aress in confluence, jv.-va u, nirvj, X PneitivAlv nn frnods er X T every appl X changed or sent on approval X system that t . x X works to X during me present epiaenuc. wctk Can al X GRAY. REID. WRIGHT CO. t tio,ial ability. t- I anDlvine. a SPANISH INFLUENZA STRIKES SUDDENLY 1626-27 Wash. L. C. Smith Bldg. Seattle, o30-3t. ! OUMU Ujf Ilk President!" : - ' " Pneumonia Often Results Victims I Seized Without Warning, Making Precaution Doubly Necessary. CLAIM THAT HENDERSON IS A SURE WINNER To this cry the people have rallied in every war crisis in the United States in the memory of living man. Much of the difficulty experienced by health authorities in checking the spread of the Spanish influenza lies in the fact that it strikes its victim with out warning. Although state and federal author! Editorial Reno Evening Gazette October 25, 1918 h. Advertisement. Ed Malley nad Joe Farnsworth, can- J : didates respectively on. the Democratic ; ticket for state treasurer and state 4 printer, returned to this city yesterday ) ; afternoon from a visit that covered a t large part of the state. j F.vfrvwhere thev went ttipv eai1 tlipv r ties are taking every possible precau- found the war the paramount issuc, 2 uon in men ciiuii iu .uc though considerable interest was being the epidemic, the disease in many sec- taken jn politjcs. Xh believe the tions of the country has gotten entirely Democratic ticket from top to boltom beyond control and is claiming its vie- win 1)e dectcd and pooh-pooh lhe idea tims by the thousands. that Rbhcrts w;n be elected United It is universally agreed by all well senator. The state, thev sav. is informed persons that the surest pre- for wilson and those who have sup ventative vs to get the system in the ported him Jn his war measurcs. In a best possible physical condition- in or- numl)er of the small voting precincts of der to be able to throw off the intec- the statc th stated Afm Marin tion. As has been previously stated ni 3 iaro. t tv,3 t,.i.-4 is possible to perfect the powers of re- erts anJ Qne o the gentlemAl gaid itj sistance of the human system so that it ;rr)rie him if the lack- did 1 an throw off almost any mtection, not . . , nnreiman :n tu total i excepting Spanish influenza, which is But Henderson, both claim, is a sure one of the most contagious diseases , . . sn ChariPV rvatK ernor Boyle, Maurice Sullivan and the rest of the Democratic ticket. LI s ime THE PEOPLE SUPPORTED LINCOLN IN THE TRYING DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR IN RESPONSE TO HIS HIS TORIC APPEAL "NOT TO SWAP HORSES WHILE CROSS ING A RIVER." in Hlnlef s Time Personal Mention Ed Roberts, accompanied by his wife, has left Reno for the eastern part of the state to look after his political fences. Mrs. F.. J. Walsh and the children have arrived in Carson from San Fran cisco and will remain a number of weeks. Fete Marconnot of the Industrial In surance commission returned this morning from the Ely section, where he had been spending a brief respite from his labors. George Catton, formerly of this city, but who several months ago was trans ferred to the Western Union office at t - DR. W. L TAYLOR ! JESSIE H. TAYLOR -Optometrists known. Medical authorities agree that people who are weak and run-down are the earliest victims of the influenza epi demic. If you find yourself weak or losing flesh, or if you are in a generally run-down condition, vou are really in great danger if you should come in con tact with the influenza germ. s a powerful reconstructive tonic and system builder, Tanlac is without equal. This is a statement of facts and is fully supported by recognized author ities. According to all accepted refer ence works, including the United States Dispensatory, Encyclopedia Britannica and leading text books used in tnc school of medicine, the principal ingre dients of Tanlac possess the most val liable tonic properties known to sci ence. This statement is further prov en by the fact that millions of persons who have actually taken Tanlac have testified to its extraordinary merit as a medicine. Tanlac restores health and strength to the weak and run-down system by enabling every organ of the body to perform its proper function in nature's own wav. It creates a healthv appetite for good nourishing food, and is an ideal strengthening tonic for persons FULL INDEPENDENCE DEMAND OF BELGIUM in 1898 during the Spanish-American war Colonel Roosevelt Said: lonopah, is now in Keno, working in the telegraph office at that place. George Campbell, general manager of wj10 are in a run-down condition and the Truckee River General Electric, was over from Reno yesterday aftef- noon and spent several hours in this city attending to business matters. C. Liabo, who represents the manu facturing concern that put in the new vaults and alarm system in State Treas urer Malley's office, arrived in Carson yesterday afternoon on his annual in spection tour. Louie Spellier of the Gazette and po litical oracle of the Republican party of Nevada was a visitor at the capitol to day in search of new campaign dope. Louie perdicts success for the Republi cans in the approaching election, but he is not betting that way, so far as known. who are suffering from the after effects of influenza, grippe or bronchial troubles. Tanlac is sold in Carson City by Charles L. Kitzmeyer. on BORN WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Belgium will not consent to a renewal of the treaty of 1839 or revert to its former status as a '"neutralized" nation after' the war. officials of the Belgium offi- i . cial information service declare. The people of the nation will not consider a return to that state of "guaranteed" neutrality, which violated by Germany, brought England and later the United States into the war. The nation demands the right to con trol her own affairs in such a manner as will best suit her own interests, without interference on the part of any foreign power. A return to her former status would entail a perpetual intru sion by Germany into the domestic life of the nation, subjecting the people to an intolerable superintendence, it . is stated. The statement of Belgian attitude was made in refutation to the endeavors of German statesmen and propagandists to create the impression that Belgium would be willing to return to her posi tion before the war. oo BELGIUM HASTENS TO REBUILD RUINS "Remember, that whether you will or not. YOUR VOTES THIS YEAR WILL HE VIEWED JlY THE NATIONS OF EUROPE irom one standpoint only. A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in their eyes, be read as a refusal to sustain the war and to sustain the efforts of our PEACE COMMISSION to secure the fruits of war. Such a refusal mav-not inconceivably P.RIXU ABOUT A RUP TURE OF THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS." BENJAMIN HARRISON, THEN A FORMER PRESIDENT, .pleaded lor a Republican ( onjrress in 18!8 to hack up Presi dent McKINLEY. He said. "If the word eroes forth that the people of the United States are standing solidly behind the President, the task of the PEACE COMMISSIONERS WILL BE EASY, hut if there is a break in the ranks, IF THE DEM- OCRATS score a telling victorv, if DEMOCRATIC SENA TORS, CONGRESSMEN and GOVERNORS ARE ELECTED MORE AVAR MAY BE NECESSARY TO SECURE FOP, US WHAT WE HAVE. ALREADY WON. LONDON. Oct. 30. The first step toward re-organizing and rebuilding Belgium has been taken. Belgian en- ; EACH TIME THE PEOPLE RESPONDED AND SUSTAIN ED THEIR PRESIDENT WHEN HE STOOD WITH HIS BACK TO THE WALL AND FACED THE OUTSIDE WORLD. gineers lett England soon atter the ( j evacuation of Ostend to take charge of In Carson, October 30, 1918, to the survcvs ami constructive work in the wife of Harold Vaughan, a baby girl, harbor and town. weighing nine and a half pounds. Moth er and child reported doing well. Read the Appeal news. for all the war Eyes Examined and Fitted. Glasses ANY LENS DUPLICATED Thoma Bigelow Building, Rrno, Nev. itiintiitmi i TO THE VOTERS OP NEVADA: It is impossible for me to take any time away from my duties as Adjutant General and Draft Executive of Ne- t vada to Subscribe for the Appeal. m pa JtX Pa 13 Pa Pa f t 3. . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Fjpoitiun co. of Carson, Nev., is Sole Agent for 1M We have our plans ready," a high official of the Belgian government told a writer for the Daily News. "After the engineers get their plans well un der way we shall send out builders and contractors, and then manufacturers and business men, to lay again the foun dation of our industries." Belgian postal officials and clerks who have been working in London are now starting across to coast towns to establish telegraphic and postal com munications in the evacuated districts. Letters from Ostend bearing the mark Our duty becomes our pleasure of the Belgian military postal service have already been received in i,onuon. Cheerful Submission fa s devote time to a Lieutenant Governor and ex officio Adjutant General. My record must speak for me. I stand on this and ask your cordial support and endorse-1 ment at the polls on Novem- ber 5th. MAURICE J. SULLIVAN, Democratic Nominee for Lieutenant Governor and ex officio Adjutant Gen- eral. IIUIISIIIG UNDERWEAR and STYLPLUS SUTIS a a St Call around- and inspect M B. our goods U jj when we take it up cheerfully H It has been decided by those in uthority that it is to our national J advantage to limit our buying of ii it ail commoaiues. The limit at present is:' 3 1 Country Residents 60 days sup ply. For Town People 30 days sup ply. Cheerful submission duty. Knowing that it advances our national aim, it becomes our greatest pleasure. 1ft ED. J. WALSH Carson City, Nevada to (a pi -Efficient Service by Mail. A NATION'S strength IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY Eat Less Wast nothing Create a Reserve AMERICA MUST FEED lOO.OOO. 000 ALLIES And now in the most desoerate crisis of all M. Henf Wilsons WATCH FOUND Near the Muldoon place. Owner can have same by calling at this office, 1 4. proving property and paying for ad. o22-tf &, "Spokesmen of the Republican party are urging you to elect a Republican Congress in order to back up and support the President; but even if they should, in this, impose upon some credulous voters on this side of the water, they would impose on no one on the other side. 'lf, in these critical times, it is your wish to sustain me with undivided minds, 1 beg that you will say so in st way which it will not be possible to misunderstand, either here at home or among our associates on the other side of the sea." THESE FOUR THREE REPUBLICANS AND ONE DEM OCRAT DECLARE THE UNWRITTEN LAW SANCTION ED BY THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES THROUGH EVERY AMERICAN CRISIS. is our WANT ANY OF THESE 1 Patent Medicines Perfumes Photographic Supplies Face Powders v Toilet Soap Kodaks YES? Then get them from J. A. MULLER Druggist, Opposite P. O. I WHBMWWM1S 4 DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE Advertisement 3 & tea Ra Ka to Read the Appeal for news. all the war Subscribe for the Appeal.