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City Daily AppesiL TO MAKE KNOWN THE RESOURCES OF NEVADA lili Felws ill iv Hew rap Would Offset Recent Gains of Cox On League Question By United Press! XF.W YORK, Oct. 15. Republican national leaders are elated today over what they consider one of the most tf fective coup of the campaign. This is the statement made by thirty-one ad vocates of "international co-operation to promote peace" that they will sup port Harding for the presidency. The .statement was signed by K'.ihu Root and other prominent Republicans, whose nosition hitherto lias been re recent declarations of other prominent Republicans of their intention to sup- jx.rt Governor Co for the presidency. Doesn't Know Where He Stands By United Press SOMERSET, Ky.. Oct. 15. Reply ing to assertions that his election would mean war with the country across the Rio Grande. Senator Harding, in a rear platform speech today, declared all the Republican party would ask of "Scrapping" the League Was Last Straw Rains til of Nations Takes Fight to Front Porch of Re publican Nominee Oct. 15. Women of ! in scrapping the league. While he I !,... v,;mii.1f afifr i1-rtion to initi- i.arlv who tnvor a i v " j , - Mexico is. protection to American lives .--- i - , -. lul-ou-nrm trtvvarr! Hardinir .ami nmnrrtv there. He said the Re-' In the Democratic camp it was declar- publican party is not a war party, but! ed the Republicans had to publish the stands for the golden rule of interna statcment as a necessary offset against tional relationship. I Ok League of Mim NFW YORK the Republican League of Nations with reservations were thunderstruck when the news reached various political headquarters that Senator Harding had "scrapped" the covenant. "There seems to be some misunder standing somewhere," .said Mrs. Frank Shulcr, corresponding secretary of the National Suffrage Association, who is late the formation of a world association based on the principles of the constitu tion, if he were handicapped by such a senate as we have had during the past term, he could accomplish little." reception that indicated Harding will not get the unanimous support of Mar ion. At least 6,000 persons heard Gov ernor Cox advocate a progressive gov- 1 eminent and League of Nations trom front porch." Senator Harding's homcja jdatform altout six blocks from town gave the Democratic candidate a I Harding's front porch. By United lress F.NROUTF. WITH COX, Marion, Ohio., Oct. 15. -Governor Cox today carried his fight into the "city of the Nebraska Women Leaders Bolt (By United fress OMAHA. Oct. 15. Three of the most prominent Republican women in Ne braska have bolted Senator Harding an enrolled Republican. "It has been j because of his stand on the League of News That's Dp to the flute ARTICLE VI t The permanent secretariat shall be established at the seat of the League. The secretariat shall comprise a secretary gen eral and such secretaries and staff as may be required. The first secretary general shall be the person named in the Annex; thereafter the secretary general shall be appointed by the Council with the approval of the majority of the Assembly. The secretaries and the staff of the secretariat shall be ap pointed by the secretary general with the approval of the Coun cil. The secretary general shall act in that eapac'ty at all meet ings of the Assembly and of the Council. The expenses of the secretariat shall lie borne by the mem bers of the League in accordance with the apportionment of th" expenses of the International Bureau of the Universal Postal I 'nit in. gicn out from National Kepublican headquarters that Senator Harding be lieved in a League of Nations with res ervations. This assurance has been sent to all the Republicans of the coun- trv. which implies that the true stand Ttit Loiters are Mrs. II. 1. Lindsey. Mrs. James Richardson and Mrs. H. C. Sumney. all of Omaha. Mrs. Lindsey was a member of the state Republican central committee and Mrs. Sumney was the Omaha commit tee woman. Both have resigned their By United 1 CHICAGO, Oct. 15 convicted slayer of a was hanged here toda of the candidate was not known to the 1 committee. positions. "1 am glad that Mr. Harding has at! All three of these women, but espec last given a definite statement on the ; ially Mrs. Sumney and Mrs. Richard question of the league, but all good Re- J son, carried on the right for suffrage in publicans must regret that he is fol-', Nebraska, and the victory was largely lowing the lead of Borah and Johnson ! due to their work. I Banquet More Than Paid Its Own Expenses The Honorably Sir Kric DrummonJ is named in the An nex of the Covenant as the tirst secretary general of the League of Nations. The secretariat resembles a legation, but must have a character wholly international. Its activities have not been expressly planned, with the exception of the secretarial duties for the Assembly and Council, but it will undoubtedly bring togi ther and publish information to the League of Nations. The International liuerau of the Universal Postal Union referred to in the last clause of Article VI, was established at the convention of the Universal Postal Union held in Rome, May 1900. According to the regulation drawn up at that time the apportionment of the expenses to the countries of the Union was diviuetl into seven classes, each communing in tne pro portion of a certain number of units, viz.: 1st class 25 units 5th class 5 units 2d class 20 units fith class 3 units 3d class 15 units 7th class 1 unit -It Ii .l-.v 10 unite 1 I II " ' 1 w tilJ each class and the total of the sums thus obtained gives the number of units by which the whole expense must be borne. The first budget for the League called for .0250,000. The United States share of that sum is $7H,8'j7. Of the states invited to adhere to the Covenant as original members, eleven are rated as first class; one second class; six third class; five fourth class, six fifth class; fourteen sixth class, and two seventh class making a total of 509 units. The apportionment among the original members totals $1,600,013. A very small sum to pay for the peace of the world. ARTICLE VII "The chairmanfeels it his duty as well as pleasure to sav that the success of the occasion, and it has been pro nounced a success by all who had the opportunity to attend, is wholly due to i the ladies of the committee, consisting The get together dinner given last month by the citizens of Carson, at which more good was done for this city than at any event in the past, prov ed a lot of work for the committee and th but thev got through with it with i son. James, Swart and Mem. l nest splendid results and even pulled through j ladies attacked the problem of provid- ... . ! . - , 1 . 1. ing tor people m a manner wiutu . . . i ., , - ! j- rj f. cr: l, Pt; tie ladies who enginecreu tne nanquci, j oi .viesuanics voum, v.4in-'i jS i vr.nk Zagar. . ii.up victim, hree others said to be consigned to Paul ' was ' ;;haneinan of San Franci-co. were scheduled to hang but stas of execution. obtained I Gavnor Why Come to Nevada? I.OS ANGF.LES. Oct. 1?. Marian I sham, daughter of the Ute I former Mavor Gavnor of New ork. Quits Big League "obtained a "divorce here today from ir Us.e rrM I Ralph Ish. millionaire newspapcr DKTROIT, Mich., Oct. 15. Hugh j man, on the grounds of desertion. She ,',.-, .r..r of the Detroit j said after a quarrel over a trivial mat- American League baseball club for the j ter he Lit and neevr returned. past fourteen years, today sent m hti resignation to President Navin ot Int el ub. -Three Women In Booze Ring 'CHICAGO, Oct. 15. At police head quarters it was announced today that by tapping wires of memliers of an al leged million dollar whiskey ring it had been learned that a pool of !.- Seize Whiskey Shipment IBy United PresaJ nrTiniT lw-li . (Vt 15 III. L t. . . - ....i ..ii., .,f -V.Ukrv ir half i 000 was raised here o Le uefi on a Pint asks. said to be worth $150.000. 1 Washington society woman m suppr.ss- was seized today by federal agents in ( ing annmious urj fiiM.ucau.u -j.,.,. the Santa Fe railway yards here. 1 tie i ney were io oc ie.iu ,o. liquor was shipped from Kentucky and more susct-pnh.e. LUNCHEON IN HONOR OF J. O. STEVEJNSUH -oe Members of the Greater Carson Club 1 n luncheon at the Arlington ; BOMB SUSPECT IS ARRESTED IN DETROIT (By Unitrd prrt DETROIT. Oct. L- One man is with a profit. Following is the report submitted by the chairman: "The meetings and dinner sub-com-nittee of the committee of fourteen, de- siri to render its report of its more im meant success from the beginning. "Thanks are due to Art Meyers for his donation of $5. to Clarence Ruedy for the donation of his services in re today in honor of J. O. Stevenson, who , , f()llowinK a rt.,,ort that an at. initiated the movement by which a li( ,,aYl. 1)CC11 ma,Jc to i,w large sum of money has been raised) if CoiUl.tls three ' ' ... .. ... - . troit s nuiinjiiaii e m.iv". . iter given at Armory hall on the even ing of September the 27th. "The total receipts amounted to $227, and the total expense amounted to $16824. leaving a net gain of $58.76. portant function, that of the civic din-j turning tables and chairs to the Odd Fellows building, to that order for the use of tables, and to the Pythian Sis ters. Custer Relief Corps. Kastern Star. Sagebrush Club. Ladies Auxiliary and i the Masons for tableware, and the A total of 250 people was served, i American Legion for the use of piano. ;.-i,i; th rl,,h from Rrtio. to "MKKTINGS AND D1NNFR COM- whom no charge was made. MITTF.K, by JAS. T. DAVIS." Would You Forgive,' at C. and C. Tonight W.-nld You Forgive" will be pre-1 That night, missing the valuable ' . ' c . 1. . -i t ....... 1 1 ularc .,,,.1 ill continue for the next years to provide a fund tor the ad vancement of Carson City. Mr. Stevenson leaves on tonights tram tor San J rancisco. wnere .tiiti a short stav he will visit a number of California towns where he has been engaged, professionally, to start the work of upbuilding and advancement for those places. Following the luncheon today Mr. Stevenson was presented, in a neat speech by President Harrington. Willi 1 l .... 1 ... .,-Cl - -w 1 a handsome gold pen aim watch fob. the latter being appropriate ly engraved, and asked to accept the trinkets as a remembrance and token the esteem in which he is held by guard has been placed around lite Couzens residence. The man held is alleged to have said he was offered $20,000 to bomb the ntai r's home. TO FINISH ROAD WORK In order to finish the stretch of road between the Swaill lane and the Sar ntan place near Minden, the highway department has placed a crew on the job. This work was graded last year, but owing to the wet condition of the ground work was abandoned until this fall. The road is to be raised and then graveled and given the same finish that The seat of the League is established at Geneva. The Council may at any time decide that the scat of the League shall be established elsewhere. All positions under or in connection with the League, in cluding the secretariat, shall be opea equally to men and women. Representatives of the members of the League and officials of the League when engaged on the business of the League shall enjoy diplomatic privileges and immunities. The buildings and other property occupied by the League or its officials or by representatives attending, its meetings shall be inviolable. Then.' were two reasons for the choice of Geneva as the seat of the League: First Switzerland had remained neutral during the war, therefore could ofifere a serene atmosphere) which could not be If a 1111.1 a m II i v i o t wi At fi iiii i nT ttr it' it id 1 1 ntiii rn Lnn i in tii a ii'mii s4a X fliet. Also her history ami the federative character of her X T m i m. un J UHJ' lint, i i oik-i ujvi' j mv c iiviiti, t i i ill p a t i twcnnii Historic reasons and tne iaei tiiiit tne ltea ltoss n . i i alt? i was iounueu ana is still ttirectea irom ueneva- sented at the Carson City theater to night for the last time. Following in brief is the plot : Their wealth holds but little joy for I John and Mary Cleveland, who after '.three years of married life are child less. John suspects that his wife still loves an ex-convict. Paul Horton, who before his arrest was the fiance of Mary. At the same time Mary knows that a certain Clare had been the wife iof John in all but name. ' I tnlm'i intrude iealousv nrovokes a 'break between him and Mary. After a scene she goes to an out of the way appartnitnt, where she entrusts a baby girl to the care of an old nurse. Clare, now an outcast, comes to John, who is the cause of her plight, and makes a idea for aid. Mary surprises them at that junction and John, realiz ing his own culpability, begs his wife s forgiveness Horton, again in trouble, goes to his old nurse for aid and counsel. It hap pens to be the same nurse that is car ing for the baby, and he meets Mary there. He attempts to blackmail Mary lint hr nrrsents him With fccr ring? OUt rings from their accustomed place, hn notifies the police. The police trace wie icwtuv iu iuinn, win-mi .... j t r-'A.. 1 " , , . . i.iilil corner in the apartment ust as he is Larson v-ii m . I , : . j those with whom he has worked and was ;tj,vlied to the new section north advised the Past few months Mr. Stephenson feelingly replied and said the articles would always be a re minder of the happy moments he had spent in this community and the asso ciations he had formed. He stated fur ther that in their work of upbuilding ai- Mary arrives on the ways be relied upon. kissing the baby scene. John breaks in as the police are seiz ing Horton. He tries to shoot the ex- convict when he sees him fondling the baby, and without listening to explan ations he denounces his wife. . , M.irnil.ir,i ,i10 Mary at this point shows her bus- v-ce to .ay " "I " band an envelope which until now shcPK," '" never had opened. It had come her possession with the child, sup posedly an orphan. On reading this RUBE MARQUARD IS OUT OF LUCK By United Press CHICAGO, Oct. 15. Blossom See- ley, vaudeville star, was granted a di of Minden. When finished it will make practical ly a straight road from Cradclbaughs to Minden and make traveling betwenu Cars n and the valley town one of pleasure. The work of pouring cement on the road between Minden and Gardnerville is about one-third finished. With any sort of weather this wilt oc tintsne.i ,n the next thirty days. SHORT LIBERTY letter John discovers that the child is his, Clare being the mother.. Humiliated and chagrined at the turn of affairs, John starts to leave the apartment; but the toddling child follows, takes his hand and leads him back. Reconciliation and a spirit of broad er tolerance close the story, with hap piness restored to husband and wife. Added attractions are two reels of "The Whirlwinl." a one-reel comedy and a Pathe News. Prices, 10 and 25 cents. Two shows, 7:30 and 9. She said it looked like a thin winter j for Marmtard. He lost Ins joi last week, lost his wife today and now his earning power on the vaudeville stage is gone. uptttrm noAL STRIKE : THREATENS TIE-uri By Unite4 Tressl LONDON, Oct. 15 British coal j miners will strike tomorrow. Thej Miners' Federation executives otticiai lv announced today that work will cease then in accordance witu tne strike notice originally voted for on September 27th. It is believed that many factories will be compiled to shut down at once. The two convicts who escaped from the sand wagon last Tuesday have Wh been rounded up. The first one in this valley and "The Wop" was grabbed yesterday afternoon near SteaimViat. As he had beiti out several night without protection from the cold and was shy on eats he was not in any condition to resist arrest. He is on the job of assisting cracking rock for the i new prison. BIG DANCE PROMISED The next big dance lolled for Carson is the annual affair to be given by the Neighbors of Woodcraft on the 29th inst. Tickets are now being sold for this dance and the ladies are working to make it the success of the season. Subscribe for the Appeal. t t t MM t 4 f t of sheer pity.