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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1920
The Carson City Daily Appeal
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE NEVADA
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AVilson was the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time, j
and it would be strange indeed if Boies Penrose, as a member of the
senate oligarchy that has had its own troubles with the president,
held a different opinion. New York World.
T. D. VAN DEVORT
Editor and Manager j t
Entered as Matter of the Second Class at the Postoffice at Carson City, Nevada,
under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879
One year by Carrier
One year by Mail
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
$12.00
9.00
Carson City Daily Appeal is the real live advertising medium of this section
as evidenced by its carrying a larger amount of advertising than any paper it
the city.
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
On August 28, Senator Harding, among other utterances regard
ing the League of Nations, declared it to be an offensive and de
fensive alliance of the great powers "to impose their will upon the
helpless people of the world."
Again, the Republican candidate for president, in his efforts to
belittle the efforts of the League of Nations, states: "We cannot be
governed from both Geneva and Washington." He further declares
that the League of Nations and the constitution of the United States
are irreconciliablc. '
This lias been used as a slogan of the Republican press and an
swered by the Democratic, both reaching in the dark to gather a con
crete example of the working of the league. Up to the utterance of
Senator Harding there had been no test of the possibilities of the
result of a league's decisions. It resembled a new machine, untried,
but apparently in workable order. The machine has been put to
work. Its first milling is up to expectations, from a Democratic!
point of view, and it will remain for the Republican henchmen to
toss the grit in the machine which stops its function.
Under dispatch of September 20, the world is informed that fol
lowing the action of the Supreme Council of the League of Nations
Ignace Paderewski and A. Valdenar accepted the league's findings in
the Polish-Lithuanian dispute, which has threatened a war. With
the decision the dramatically impressive ministers fell into each
others arms. The report further states "The acceptance of the find
ings marks the league's first success in blocking threatening war."
Does this appear to correspond with the predictions of Mr. Hard
ing in his statement that the league is an alliance of the great powers
to impose their will upon the helpless people of the world? Does it re
flect any discredit to the efforts of the men, who through a judicious
hearing, saw a way past more blood and conflict, and do the people
loutside of the senate oligarchy and its henchmen see anything in
this adjustment that conflicts with the constitution of the United
States?
Tt must be remembered that the difficulties were adjusted with
er' t e aid of a representative of the United States, as this great land
1 . , r.ot have voice in the league's meetings. Had the text of the
, hwn adopted upon its presentation the American ministers
would have taken credit for the return of the dove of peace.
Other problems are to be met by the League of Nations, at which
America will be conspicious bv its absence. From indications tliev
will be along the broad sphere of bloodless operations.
Fiume, and her troubles are to be brought before the league's
eon: cillors. Since the d'Annunzios seized this strip of territory,
originally given to the Jugo-SIavia, only to be taken over by the
dreamer and poet, it has been one scene of bloodshed. Following
its wake industrial troubles have arisen. They are to be taken in
. hand by this court of justice, remolded, given back to industry and
on a solid basis. Should the second attempt at national equity re
sult as happily as the Polish problem, it will b a sad event for the
predictions of Candidate Harding.
Then comes the Japanese problem. Will the league grant the
protest of a few western states of far off America to regulate immi
gration and to prohibit the brown man's expansion by land holdings.
The question conies before that body, and Japan, with her clever min
isters, will have full voice at the meeting. Thanks to the efforts of
the Republican organization at Washington, America, the most deep
ly interested party to the hearing, will have no vote or voice. It
would appear that Mr. Harding and his followers have blocked the
desires of Western America in its efforts to make political crumbs
of a great problem.
There is another sore clinging to the side of .America, Mexico.
There might have been adjustment on this question had the league
been adopted, but refusal leaves it a matter of arms, not equity.
What stand will the Republican party take following this first
victory for the league? If they stand by Harding on his foreign
policy and denunciation of the league, they make him ridiculous. If
they stand by Harding and his policy prevails the United States
keeps out of the League of Nations.
The first work of the league brings the question fairly before
the people. Do they want war in the future, or do they want settle
ments along the lines of Poland and Lithuania. The Republican
nominee declares emphatically for the former, the Democratic for
the latter.
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OX THE PREMISES
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ing machinery.
Full information given and property shown by applying
to Sophie Imelli, executrix, of Geo. A. Montrose, attorney,
Gardnerville, Nevada.
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Republican Candidate for
District Attorney
ORMSBY COUNTY, NEV.
Election, November 2, 1920.
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Charles F. Riley
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
County Assessor
ORMSBY COUNTY
Election, November 2, 1920
Ben W. Coleman
' (Incumbent)
Regular Democratic Nominee for
FOR CONGRE
! Election, November 2, 1920
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THE COMMISSION'S DECISIONS
Non-Partisan Candidate for
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NEVADA
Election, November 2, 1920
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Charles B. Henderson
Incumbent
Regular Democratic Nominee for
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Election, November 2, 1920
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Regular Republican Nominee for
Congress
Election, November 2, 1920
Win. E. Wallace
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Mrs. Madge Ray craft
Regular Democratic Nominee for
COUNTY CLERK and TREASURER
of Ormsby County, Nevada
Election, November 2, 1920
The decision of the puhlic service commission of Nevada that
the intrastate raise of freight and f are be denied will unquestion
ably meet the approval of the people. First, from the fact that the
people have hoped for a downward trend in fares and freights; and,
secondly, from the fact that the opinion and decision comes after a
full presentation of the claims by the roads.
The big question involved is that of state and federal rights.
If the state has its constitutional rights to regulate common carriers
within her bounds then the ruling of the commission is sound. If
the federal laws have used its rights, through recent legislation, then
the work of the commission is curtailed to the smallest period.
Undoubtedly the traction plants will take the question to the
federal courts for determination. Mandamus will probably be the
next move to force the hands of the Nevada commissioners and sub
ject the people to a higher rate of fares and freights.
For the past fifteen years the home commission has been working
along lines of reasonableness of charges, not book earnings and the
multitude of propositions builded to befuddle the people. Some ex-
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ceiieni resuns nave accrued in me conclusions, hut the new problem MMM4t4"fff...4
of leueral and state clashing on intrastate matters is yet to be solved. ,
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W. H. James, Jr.
Regular Democratic Nominee for
SHERIFF OF ORMSBY COUNTY
Election, November 2, 1920
As the Nevada rulintr follows a
will take a new order of affairs to upset their contention that fares
and freights should be reduced and not advanced. 4,
LACKS VISION, THAT'S ALL
In response to the suggestion of the San Francisco Chronicle, re
produced this morning in our-local contemporary, let it be devoutly
hoped that if it is Tasker L. Oddie's fortune to be elected United
States senator from Nevada that he will not fall info the reactionary
and silurian habits of Sam Shortridge, whom the Chronicle is boost
ing for senator from California.
Shortridge is one of California's leading attorneys and nature
gifted him with a remarkable set of brains, but at the same time un
fortunately afflicting him with strabismus, lie is always looking in
the wrong direction.
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THEIR BOND OF SYMPATHY
T. L. Hawkins
Regular Democratic Nominee for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
(Short Term)
Election, November 2, 1920
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Mr. Wilson was never fit to be president by training or tempera
ment, says Senator Penrose. That is the way the former kaiser feels
about it. That is the way Hohenzollerns and Hapsburgs feel. Mr.
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j Election, November 2, 1920
John W. Legate
Regular Republican Nominee for
COUNTY CLERK AND TREASURER
of Ormsby County, Nevada
Election, November 2, 1920
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I desire to thank you for the con
fidence given me two years ago and
continued in letters of advice and kind
ly criticism during my term at the
national capital, thus upholding the
hands of your representative in con
gress. Sincerely,
CHARLES R. EVANS.
SUMMONS
In the First Judicial District Court of
the State of Nevada, in and for the
County of Ormsby.
Regular Democratic Nominee for
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
From Ormsby County
Election, November 2, 1920
Tokyo
Laundry..
Carson St, Near Telegraph
Wet Washing
WASHING AND IRONING
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GIVE US A TRIAl
Lanndry Called for and Delivered
Phone 12 13
HILDA STROM MALITOR, Plaintiff,
vs.
WALTER MALITOR, Defendant
The State of Nevada sends greeting
said defendant:
ou are hereby summoned to appear
within ten days after the service upon
you of this summons if served in said
county, or within twenty days if served
out of said county but within said
judicial district, and in all other cases
within forty days (exclusive of the day
of service), and defend the above-entitled
action. This action is brought to re
cover a judgment against you (defen
dant) in favor of plaintiff, and decree
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
heretofore and now existing between
the parties, and awarding the custody
of the child, issue of such union to
plaintiff, and for other relief on the
grounds of defendant's wiitull deser
tion of plaintiff for the period of more
than one year and defendant's neglect
for more than one year to provide any
necessaries of life for plaintiff, all
without any cause, consent or provo
cation by plaintiff and without any
justification or excuse for defendant,
all of which appears from plaintiffs
verified complaint hereto to which you
(defendant) are especially referred.
Seal of Court
Dated this 19th day of August, A. D,
1920.
DANIEL E. MORTON.
Clerk of the First Judicial Court of the
State of Nevada, in and for the Coun-
tv of Ormsbv.
By J. W. LEGATE, Deputy.
Brown & Belford, attorneys for plain
tiff, Reno, Nevada.
Date of first publication, Aug. 24 1920.
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