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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 23, 1903, Reno, Nevada Nevada state journal Reno Nevada published every morning monday excepted. E. U 8ingham Lessee and publisher the journal bldg., second Street 511 terms. Ear by mall 00 Lex months by mail 3 00 Mun chs by mail 1 to week Carrier 15 Kirman Carson City Nevada. In the Posto Fife at Reno Nev., As 2-d class matter John h. Dennis editor to who do not receive their Laper or have any of complaint will oblige by notifying this office. City agents Harry Davis commercial Row. Rosenthal a Armanko commercial Row Morton Butler Virginia Street. Reward will be paid for information that will Lead to the arrest and conviction of parties stealing copies of the journal from the premises of subscribers. A unique Welcome prod. Lii i their p Ami lit not ii.--1 n san Francisco chronicle of sunday last extends a Welcome to president Roosevelt in a manner which from a party is to say the least unique. The wet Coni is in fact nothing less than an attack upon the whole of i Piui ily which or. Roosevelt has so strongly urged v. Ith reference to digit. Our California cont a devotes nearly a Page to the Welcome. A f it Ute of til Page is a a ration representing a plat form v. High the i est Doit a s just stepped. Califor Nia. The form .1 huge 151is greeting him while All around Are legends a speaking the deep interest of the state n Sajtar. Oranges and Lemons the production of in i h is or to in Mei Sareil by reciprocity v. Ii Una nth i american to the South us. Both Toon is All elaborate article by i. A Catiis. Devil ,1 to show that True Ity a opening of our markets on the ins of Whit i Iii of in return for t a i of Eikon makes. I support of this View the Arti Cle i i tin 1 is National Republican platform. The o on is enough far As it roes hut it Fain i for la whole in of my. The plan of a also Suong Lyth. -n-1 poli Ovid i t of try to it ifs Uhi list in Fari Pond the i ii Isle stated in the quotation. The also quotes from 1 resident my it Llu Filo As follows by san Sill Trade ill interrupt our Home shall it in 111" i m our increasing should t in from customers such of sets As in without to our industries we Mother quotation the whole i Lea of re s Iti a 1 Kinley and Evi n this does not sustain tiie ionic de s pus Ilion. I. I Kirily i. 1 the in at i Misti truth lit on of production we had oat grow ii f could safely make con cession m Foi of ivors by other countries. Ainoi i in said that we must not rest in fancied Security that we could forever sell everything to oth t count its and Liny Little or not Hibib from them. He was laying Down the principle that we must adopt a More lib eral there was nothing in the speech which has been generally considered the greatest of his life. If he meant simply that we should buy from other countries those things which do not produce ourselves he was allocating no whatever because we have always done that and in it now. He did mean More than that As was to a from his official course. He was plea Liny for Stridi proc Ity As was embodied in then ions reified hich he had negotiate in. It wok., in in it is a fraud to talk about i Cipi it upon the of favo Abl terms to foie Ineis in things which we do not in return for free foreign Mark. Is. This Means thai we w ill take from foreign i those things which we have to take and make in. I to our own people by lowering the duties upon such in Hils which ate simply Revenue ii Idi the n will take from us things which they a and do produce at Home. In other words we de Mand i privileges in their markets while deny ing them All such privileges in ours. President Mckinley was a too shrewd to think that he could make any pro Kress with on such a basis and he made no Effort along that line. Reciprocity is a give and take proposition and unless w Are prepared to concede something of in be we cannot expect commercial favors from other countries. Anil we shall not get them either. The chronic. As Well us Many other Republican news papers is having a hard time in its efforts to keep in line with its party. 4 Small Comfort no great Comfort can be found for democratic reorganization in the municipal elections of the Middle West. Carter Harrison is elected for another term in Chicago. Tom Johnson is elected in Cleveland Ohio and Jones in Toledo. These Are three important cities and the mayors Are Radical men. Tom Johnson is the most inter Esting figure because he is better known throughout the country. Johnson is More Radical than Bryan. He is a free Trade and a single tax he does t care much for free Silver but supported the party when it demanded free Silver because it was a step in the right direction. The election of such men As these indicate that the mid dle West is not experiencing a change of heart. It May be said the East not the West must be relied up on for the strength to elect a democratic president. But the West must be reckoned with in the nominating convention and it is there the Harmony should be arranged that will make democratic Victory possible. If we Are to be confronted there with the struggle for control which has been commenced if there is to be an attempt to change party management and place it in the hands of men who Are distrusted nothing can be done to insure Victory. The men who should be placated would be angered. Men who Are seeking Power and control May have candidates and plans. Ordinary democrats have not. They Are looking Only for the Good of the party and hoping for Iti Success. They Are not 0m any Man or plat form and they do not want now to insist on any changes. They want to take advantage of stent place the democratic party on a sound footing United and harmonious and go into the next Campaign with at least a fair Prospect of winning. It May be possible for the reorganizes to gain control of the National committee and to have a majority in the convention. The two thirds Rule governs nominations there and they cannot be so sanguine As to believe that they can take More than two thirds of the delegates away from Bryan and his friends. The Bryan men May not be Able to say who shall be the candidate but they can at least say who shall not receive that Honor. We want no Bryan men or anti Bryan men no Cleve land or anti Cleveland men in the next National Conven Tion. Want democrats willing to work and make Sac rim s for the party with which they have cast their political lot and in whose principles they believe men who Aie willing to meet other democrats on common ground to Compromise Points of difference Settle All their trouble inside the party and present a United front to the enemy. It is More than possible that All the reorganizing the party or about insisting on the Chicago and Kan Sas City platforms is the work of a few men of Light weight whose influence will be found Small when brought to the test. It is no time for democrats to be disturbed by them. X Al it the Holland anti strike Bill f it is a curious fact that there Are Only Miles of rail Way in Holland and yet a strike of Railroad employees has disturbed the whole world. The reason for this is perhaps largely owing to the anti strike Bill which is so bitterly opposed by the Labouring men of Holland. The following will give the Reader a pretty fair idea of the principal features of the Bill. It declares strikes illegal though As the preamble contains a Cluse to the effect that an act of interference with personal Liberty May be justifiable hut it May also be illegal and the advocates of the measure claim that its application will be optional and that there will be no attempt to prevent lib erty of action in regard to strikes so Long As such action he kept within proper limits. Clause one of the Bill pro Vides for a maximum term of three months imprisonment and a Tine of 100 florins for any attempt to coerce by fear or otherwise any workmen in respect of this contract. Clause two relates to Public servants who Are liable to six months imprisonment and a Fine of 300 florins for Wil Ful neglect or refusal to perform the duties allotted to them the terms of imprisonment May be increased to four years if the acts in question emanate from a collective body i of Public servants with a View to conspiracy against the state. Clause three provides the same punishment in the Case of the instigators of such conspiracy. It May be too drastic a measure but it recognizes the principal that a strike in any great Industry is an offence against the state and should be Taki n cognizance of by the state. Down goes prices on Coppee. Your Opportunity to save Money j 40c coffee.35o or 3 it for 35c coffee.30c or Tbs far 30c or 4j4 ibs for 25o coffee.20e or 5j4 Tbs for 20c coffee.15c or 7 ibs for 15c or 9 ibs for buy the Best goods at the cheapest prices sugar Pree 1 ibs s Iuar each 26c Purchase 4 ids sir or each Purchase 7 ibs sugar each 81.00 Nero Moe 40 ibs sugar each 85.00 extra double premiums teas coffees and spices come to us if you want to save Money big Cut prices 25 per cent off on Cliitis crockery glassware dinner sets. Toilet Sid Ltd Jardiniere. Onyx tables plaques. Household goods enamelware and leu Merj soap great american importing Tea company id commercial Row Reno professional Ukoh i or. P. J. Mangan i physician and surgeon i formerly of Lane Hospital i office 319 Virginia Street Corner of fourth phone red 386, Reno Nev. J. A. Hamilton m. D., physician d surgeon confinements diseases of women surgery fractures and Tielu cations. More than 25 years experience. Office Over new Post office. Phone Black 83 profess ton a Oards c. H. Woods m. Physician and Surg on office Bank of Nevada b log. Residence 109 Sierra so. Hours 9 to 11 a. 1 to-3 7 to 8 p. Phones office red 34, res. Stack 52. Frank d. King attorney at Law business promptly and a. E fully attend to rooms 1. And Washoe county Bank building. Dofie Parker j attorneys at Law Washoe county Bank building. Repo Nevada. James t. Boyd lawyer office rooms 1-2-3, Washoe co. Bank building. H. R. Cooke Albert d. Ayres i Cooke Atres attorneys at Law j will do n general Law business j and practice in All courts. Offices in new journal Block Reno Nev. T phone Black 203. I real estate pressed Brick 7t it no i to pitch and a Flint class girl True. A Al Quarter of h million now ready to place upon the Market at the Price of rom Moit Brick unequal eci in the Loul Mihet for fronts Ami general 1 dirt a i Wocial a of re Lewalk and Pavlyik Limrick. Call on or address Reno pressed Brick company j. K. Monroe rip tiers manager. East sixth Street Reno Nevada k. H. Winter m. D., physician surgeon rooms 2 and 3. Over new Post office. Hours 9 to 12 a. And 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Phone red s3. Or. S. G. Binder physician and surgeon. J office Over Post office. Rooms 6, 6 j hours 9 to 11 a. M., 2 to 4 and 7 j to 8 p. I red 435. Office phone Black 81 416 Center Street. Reno Nev. Mrs. E. J. Vance i experienced nurse j Tel. Green 433 216 fourth St. I Reno Nevada i John t. Read real estate fire and life insurance and mining Stock and notary Public i rooms 17 and 18 o Connor Block i phone Black 245 Reno Nev. J. H. Drips United states Deputy Surveyor of Nevada bldg. Special attention paid to govern ment work. William b. Craig attorney and counsellor at Law new Quinn bldg., 2s4 Virginia at., i Telephone red 281 i dentists. Church directory a. C. Steckle m. D., physician and surgeon office Over Farmers merchants Bank office to 12 a. M., 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. Polione Brown. Sunday at any time or. Has. A. Coffin dentist office to investment b ldg., Over c. J. Brook is store Virginia Street phone red 283 and fifth vices every sunday at 11 a. And p. Sunday Bible school at and Christian Endeavor at p m. Mid week meeting for prayer and b ble study every wednesday at p. Junior Endeavor Friday at p. V. Rulison d. _., Helen m. Rulison o. S. Offices 218 Virginia Street Reno Nev., Over Tassel s shoe store 241. Trinity episcopal Church Corner second and Sierra streets Rev. Samuel Unsworth com Munion every sunday and All holy Saint s Days at a. Morning prayer and Sermon every sunday it 11 o clock full Mir placed choir. Sunday school at p. Evening song and Sermon at Retro s Resi Dence. 110 second Street adjoining Church. Baptist Church second and Chestnut streets w. C. Driver at 11 a. And p. Sundays. B. T. P. U. At p. Junior b. Y. P. A. At 3 p. R sunday school at prayer meeting at p. M., wednesdays. Pastor s residence 209 Maple Street. First presbyterian Church three blocks South West of court House on Ridge and Hill Wor ship at 11 a. And p. Sunday school at 10 a. Christian Endeavor at p. Prayer meeting wednesday p. Rev. Leo. R. Bird. Minister residence 420 Ralston Street. Catholic Church Corner sixth Ami f. A. Reynolds every exc t second. If held in Wadsworth. Sat a. And p. Sunday school h inv mass. L. P. Mullinix m. D., 1 specialist disease of women and a run. Office Golden Eagle hotel to w. B. Taylor assayer by mall or express will j receive prompt and careful Stten j Tion. 305 Sierra Street Reno Nevada p. O. Box 302 i or. J. C. Henne8st. I dentist clinical instructor in College of physicians and surgeons san Francisco Cal. I office second and Virginia streets office hours to 12 and 1 to 6 p. Sanitarium attorneys met dist episcopal Church Sierra Street near first j. W. Phelps. Every Sabbath at 11 m. And p. Sunday school at 10 a. Epworth league services at p. Prayer meeting wednesday evening at pastor s residence 112 West Street. Leishman Stingley lawyers will practice in All the courts of the state Ana United states and probate Law a specially rooms 17 and 18 o Connor bldg. B. S. Far Noton c. K. Mack attorney at Law office. Ryland blk., 117 Virginia St. Will practice in All courts of the state and u. S. Phone Black 26s w. E. F. Dubai. Attorney a Law offices in the Bank of Nevada bldg Virginia City be r. 51-54 Nevada Block san fran Cisco Cal. Will practice in All St and Federal courts in the plates of Nevada and California and in the supreme court of the United states. Reno general Hospital excellent service throughout. Received from All Pratl clones on equal to res physician. Every com fort and convey lemme of a i modern sanitarium. Cordelia s. Wentworth supt architects Frank b. Wilkin architect mechanical drafting a specially Manning building. Plaza Street phone Brown lit notice to the Public we the Hod carriers of Reno have placed the company of c. E. Bird and b. Park on the unfair list for doing Hod carriers work when they Are plasterers and will not become fair unless settling with this Union. John Mawhinney. Sec Hod carriers and Morter mixers Union no. 9910, Reno Nevada. A7 tried True Carr Elliott West second St. Reno Nevada for Sale we have ranches dwellings hotels business locations and town lots or Sale. See our offers this week. Lot 110x140 Virginia Street dwelling barn and other build los. Price lot 100x210 fourth Street two dwell Ings Well and outbuildings. Property rents for per month. Price lot 50x140 Center Street House of five rooms Nice Lawn. Six acres improved land in town Lim its House of six rooms and other building 10 inches of water. Price for further particulars Call or write Bonham shutter Cottrell 137 Virginia Street Reno Oakes arid Ash Riverside undertaking Parlours successor to Mcphall Stewart undertakers and embalmers we carry the Only wholesale line of and Western goods in Nevada. Local Trade supplied from our full Stock at san Francisco prices. Office opera House Block phone Brown 411 Mcphall residence 605 Virginia Street. Phone Green 884 Stewart residence 613 4th Street. Phone red Nevada hardware Supply co. Our specially this week Agate Are of All de script oru at prices that will Surprise you Sciocchetti co. Italian construction society i Lees without Competition. Plans and designs free Economy solidity Art. P. O. Box 611 Reno Nev. Harness. Saddles. Leather novelties you can get your pick out of 100 Seta of single and double buggy harness from 110 up. Light and heavy draft or buggy harness made to order. Stockmen s outfit saddles a spec Salty made to order from up. Sheep men s outfits Complete at reasonable prices. We will make a reduction on Robes and Blar to make room for Spring and summer goods. We Are making a Fine line of ladles belts for Spring use come and have them made to order. Ulve us a Call for driving gloves and whips. Ayers Lent 21 commercial Row news paper Mew Paperi

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