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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1922
CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL Pulliihtd Daily, Except Sunday, at Carson City. Nevada, and Entered - as Second-Class Mail Matter at Car'son City PostorTice L. J. BLAKE, Publisher Communications intended for puMication must either be signed by the wri'er. or the writer's name must be filed in this office. REWARD A reward of $10 w:ll he paid for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons stealing the APPEAL from the premises of a subscriber. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One month by" Carrier One moi th by Mail Advertising Ratrs On Application $100 .. 75 Circus Head Emulated In Congress of U. S. WASHINGTON. D. C, Tunc 29 All of Washington, except in olticial circles, ami presumably the country at large, is having a quiet laugh at Senator McCumher's freak tariff ex h "bit in the senate. The chairman of mons, tliat.it is sr-proivriate for a party which has become so absolutely help less that the papers of its own faith arc denouncing it or its incompetency to open a show ht-re in the senate with a cuckoo ana cone uf.o it v:tli a mrm j pnn nnPT nm nr OtW Til the finance committee seems to have j key. They are o typical, so entirely typical of the capacity and the perform ances of the party, I am sure that the people who elected them will appre ciate that they have run true to form." The contention of the Republican THE COMSTOCK LOOKS GOOD ft followed the old P. T. Barnum axiom. "the people like to be humbugged," so he staged a tariff exhibition with trick exhibits. Practically none of the ar ticles, except a table cloth, some nap kins, a watch and a knife are in com mon use among the people. As freaky senators who made the freak tariff ex as some of the exhibits were.-the most hibit was that these art cles were pur- marvelous ami startling are yet to chased for a few cents on the other side, mostly Germany, and sold over here for dollars, ai d that therefore in order to protect the American manu facturer a high tariff duty was neces sary, me cuckoo-clock w.Il serve asi TRY CARSON FIRST AND BE CONVINCED 9 FOR FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS FOR THE HOME .Carpas, Rugs. Linoleums, Window Shades, Curtain Ruds. Wall paper samples brought to your home and your rooms measured. I'icluro Framing ar.d Rcp.iir .rk. Work- called for and delivered EVERYTHING CASK OR COD. NO CREDIT The Cars3n Furniture Stcre 311 South Carson Street Telephone 145 CHESTER MULLER, Prop POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT come, according to Senator Thomas I ti. Laraway (D. Ark ), probably the I 1 - - - . . f .L . raiiKing saurii 01 ine senate. ''I have been informed,' said Sena tor Carawav, "that among the most in- . . . . i terestmg things they yet have to bring; an illustration tor the "catch" or the n m iirs circus is a roulette wheel, "tr ek" in ilcn h:?.;tc m,.. They seem to' thiv.k that is one of. the necessary household utens;ls. 1 hey IIKSS reports of the magnitude of the operations planned in inc cix-.uue canyon nisinct east ot irginia city nave so lar aiso have :n the room below a statue of been meagre, hut there is no doubt but that the C omstoek district is'a Iac:' her clothes ami a bottle f... G.u,!mF r.f i.nn.n,.i.;lr I of prunes. I do not know who is to Of the district itself any miner who is at all familiar with the Six-Mile district will report the most highly mineralized section in Storey county. Operations may not he as large as those under way at Hold Hill, hut there is plenty of ore in the Berry, Rogers, Pheifer r.nd Carney properties to insure a production for several years. Ore assaying 2H per ton exists there in abundance and there is also some ground which will yield fabulously. The hope of the Comstocker that the Six-Mile district would some day be developed seems about to be realized. THE RICH MAN'S ADMINISTRATION HLTIIOlTfir he was introduced to an audience at Reno Tuesday night as a private citizen and not as a candidate for public, office, "potential or otherwise," William (i. McAdoo showed, as he has showed on so many previous occasions that he is the most de sirable man in the country today for the presidency of the I'nited States. His logic on public questions leads him into the hearts of the common people. He is their champion. On the following paragraph from his address he U seen at once to be the man .the country is clamoring for: "The administration's foreign policy non-cooperation its tariff bill, de- signed to destroy or make negligible our foreign trade, raise the coil of living i;s internal revenue tax bill which lifted no burden from the backs of the peo ple and favored only the wealthy classes mI"1 needed no relief, show clearly that the administration has no sympathy for the needs of the mas-.es of the people and has no sound conception of the vast political anJ economic problems which face this nation and the world. Those policies, if maintained, canr.ot bring permanent prosperity to the American people. The heavy speculations in the New York stock market, and the slight symptoms of improved hus'ness condi tions in some trades arid in some lo calities, must not be accepted as the certain ind entions of settled conditions or of returning pro.scrty. We cannot expect permanetit prosperity until we have entered upon an enlightened policy rf 'nicrnaticral cooperation with other natters to preserve the peace of the woild; untij we, by wise action, seen-" our share of foreign marketc ; and until we reduce taxes upon business and upon the masses of the American people to the point where their savings will rot be appropriated by the gov ernment, but left in their hands for the development of enterprise and industry. is said to have cost ninety-four cents in tji-rmany, reta ling here for twenty-! two dollars, or at a profit of 2240 per cer.t. Just how such a clock could con-j tinue to compete at these prices with particular clicks made in the Timed States was! not. of course, made clear. The trick 's in the exchange on Germany. The ! cost price as stated is at the present! value of the German mark in Ameri- can money, while it is practicrillv cer-5 tain that the clock was bought for im port mov.ths a pro when the mark was wonh three, four, or fue times as much as it is worth now. Another phase of this .trick show ought to have great interest for the American people. If it were literally PETER BUOL Announces His Candidacy for Nomination as UNITED STATES SENATOR From Nevada on the Republican Ticket at the Primary, September 5, 1922 be ring-master when that circus is brought in. but how appro priate it was that the first circus open ed with a cuckoo." The cuckoo referred to was in a clock, of wh ch Senator McCumber was the exhibitor, and when Senator John Sharp Will iams tickled the clock under the chin to make the cuckoo appear the whole durn thing collapsed. "The -cuckoo," Senator Caraway ex plained. is a bird which lays eggs in some bird's nest, at d how appropriate it is to open a tariff diseuss'on with a cuckfw They next opened with a monkey." When Senator Tomerene with rare in dulgence in facetiousness inquired, "Where is the orean-urincler?" Sena tor Caraway replied that the senator I someWxIy is profiteering, and that the tro:n Indiana, Air. Na'son. was the or- freak tariff how. staged by the Repuhli-can-grimler. 'J am sorry he is noi L-an tariff thinkers and sleiht-of-hand present." he added, "but unless there is performcs in the senate, should have some organ for h m to grind he never j been staged in the office of the at- is flTC." ! tnrrev-cener.-il and !: ovliiK is rmrl. Senator Caraway summed up the ex-! ed for the grand jury, so that that tcr-1 hibition as follows. j ror of profiteers and evil-doers. Atior-j "It strikes me. if I may interrunt the ! tiev-General Uauchertv. could be as I somcbo.jy m jail . ... irue ir.ai an an:cie .costing mntty-iour cents or an approximate sum, is lacing sold at retail for approximately twenty two dollars; if a kn'fe said to have cost seven cents is being sold at re- ! tail for five dollars, it is obvious thai Fire I 11311101 James M. Leonard, Agent Carson, Nevada Caison Valley Bank Cldg, Phone 5-6-1 senator from North Carolina, Mr. Sim- succcsstrl in putting MRS COFFIN'S NEPHEW INJURED IN AUTO WRECK FOR SALE Charles Hires, son of Nfrs. Charles Ifines of Simpson and well known Sm th an! Mason valleys, was seriousdy irjured List night when an automobile, vhieli be was i!rivi;-it, turr.nl over on ;he r.T.ii ten miles from Wellington ear Sulphur, the Reno C.a;v!'e say s. I lis sk.i'.l :;s fractured. -Iv's tee.l. knocked out, o;ie eye badly injured and his jaw broken. Household good: must be sold at iouce: bargains: call or send total to m. i - w i -1 i .. , v.. i. isetiu. e, o- rnn:p m., live Mocks ; West Main St., between R R tracks. 1 In small bouse of J C.'.es. jl.i-Kv j THE SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 52o California Street, San Francisco Mission Branch, Mission and Twenty- Marion Simpson was in the car but; Park-Presidio Dist Branch. Clement jumped from ti e machine and was but and 7ih Avenue. slightlv hurt. ! Haight Street Branch, Haight and He secured aid at Sulphur and Mr. Bclvcdcrc Slree lines was taken to the Holly we!l ranch For the half year ending Jur.e 30th. a liv tleun has been deelareil at was then rushed to a hospital in t- t l. . - . : i..ti - i i.:.i;c lii-j-e is r.esvi out i:r n:s rocoverv. Ma. j the rate of four and one-quarter O'i) his , r'er c,'!,t !'cr an,n"11 on aM deposits, pay- jaoie on anrt alter July 1st. IVZZ. Divi t ilcnds n.t called f. r are added to the deposit account at'd earn dividend from Mr. Hires is twenty years ol,J. Clarion Simpsons parents. Air. and ijuiy ist. ivjj. Deposits made on or Mrs. Frank Simpson, reside m Keno . J !.c,re Ju'-V will earn interest Mrs. Herbert CoiTin of tbs ci'.v, aun 1922. GEO. UK Carson City's Leading Hotel - - Headquarters for Com mercial Men and Travelers UPPt onn Uprcnfinn linnmo fr.r Ira Jm lilOl CiiU iittlpUUii Iit'UllfO IUI U.'J IIG lie. tvery GenvenlGiice M Guests lbr!rrn Hl'h Tourist Trade Solicited Dining Room Service Unexcelled Rates Reasonable W. J. MAXWELL, Proprietor i T-"v T'-'vI-t-kV-'J-'XT I ' r . . . t- cf lh::es.1eft today for Mason. u..i .'..' I j- . ..... ....-. - . . . . .... ...... " . - -Yim. laiiager. t -w r-r rvy-TTTT i-v v-wrr i T-yvi 1 1- TTTTTT1rTT'T1'Vtt tl't ttytt DEFICIENCY LARGE fTW-: so-called third deficiency bill for 1922, which is in reality a y fourth deficiency bill for the eurreut year carrying $10,043, 012.31, i under discussion iu congress. Tliis bill makes the total de ttciencifs for the current fiscrtl year 45, 622, 51682. There is uo serious objection to tlie bill, and it is interesting mainly be.-ause of repeated statement of the director of the budget, which lind an echo from the White House, that he is saving money to the people of the United States since the budget went into operation. - If the director of the budget is saving money, "clearly he is not t .i oj H-uucuig me appropriations made by congress," as Kep resentathe Uyrnes (I)., S.C) pointed out. "Clearly," Mr. Hyrnes continues, "he hits not cut out any expenditures which were au thorized by congress and for which appropriations were made." .Mr. Byrnes explained that if the director rf th hA k J vented some department from making expenditures not authorized $ Buti ox appropriated tor by congress he might be correct in som measure, but it would not be a saving. -The mere fact," he said, "that some bureau has not spent more money than congress said a year ago that it should spend ditrintr the fiscal vr A title that bureau or the head of the budget to say that a. saving has! t neen maae, nceause that bureau might have spent more." lie declared that the mere fact that congress has appropriated over 34..000,00O in deficiencies during this year is a clear refuta tion of any statement that has been made by the director of the budget that there has been a saving. 1 PilisnN fiiw mm unuuuiv VI h I uminuL : i! - " 4. TIRES TUBES First Class Repairs on all classes of automobiles. Every job is guaranteed. Wcrk done by expert mechanics FIREPROO F STORAGE for any number of" cars A. P0ZZ!, Prop. Corner Sixth and Carson Sts. ' Carson City Agents FEDERAL RUBBER COMPANY 30x312 CORD CASINGS . $18.00 30x3y2 RUGGED CASINGS .. ......$17.00 30z3i2 TRAFFIK CASINGS ; $13.75 30x3 DEFENDER CASINGS $10.75 (Plus War Tax) Red Crown GASOLINI 261 cents a gallon fied Arrow fiarane S Auto Co. 15 1 PHONE CARSON CITY, NEVADA jeo. t. Cole, Pres. T. L. Hawkins, Scc-Treaa.