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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1903, Reno, Nevada 1J U VOL LX RENO NEVADA SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 3 1903 THIS IS THE Football Season Opens This After- noon When the Varsity Eleven and the Alumni Team Meet on the College Gridiron Cash Smith This afternoon at the University of Nevada will play a match game of football with the alumni Much In- terest la manifested regarding the out- come of the contest for It is known that the alumni has some stars The contest will take place on Evans field back of the university gymnasium The Nevada boys are in shape to put up a fierce style of play against any combination that may be brought here So far this season not one of the university players has been pled fine physical condition is due to the that they understand the game in every detail and are able to smash the opposing line terrific force without ing any bodily injury The government team of Fort Baker will be here on the 10th of this month This team is said to be composed of men who will average about 200 pounds and have played with many large army and navy teams Nevada's outlook this year is very bright If the men continue to im- prove in the next four weeks as they have in the past we will have no son to fear either Stanford or the University of California The following are the officials and line-up for today's Cash Smith IT of N referee Arnet University of Colorado um- Bert TJ of TST timekeeper Irwin Ayres University of Virginia lineman Updike U of N lineman Live Stock Remedies Pasteur Vaccine Co Ld Pasteur Vaccine Co Ld Anthrax Vaccine Anthrax Vaccine es Pasteur Single cine Pasteur Double leg Vaccine Pasteur leg Vaccinating Syringe out- fit Single cord form of Vaccine Double form of Out fits The Cann Drug Co Leading Druggists Dr A C Steckle TJ of M coach F Nathan TJ of N manager Nevada Frank Smith right end A Hart right tackle Harry Chism right guard Edgar Leavitt center Will Lawrence right guard Abe Steckle right tackle or Wright right end Gus Hoffman quarterback Ivan Steckle right half Jap Hart full back Frank left half Menkle divitch Dad Skinner Alumni H Standerwick right end J Chism right tackle McGee right guard W Hunter center Pratt left guard Dripps left tackle O'Hara left end B C Leadbetter quarterback Ajax Wolf full back Fred Whitaker left half A W Keddle right half No 130 PLAN TO ASSIST What Alaska Needs Special to The WASHINGTON Oct 2 Senator reports to velt that Alaska's great need Is wagon roads He says they will the country Championship Fight to The NEW TORK Oct Young Cor- bett is to meet Tim Callahan for the world's featherweight championship in Philadelphia October 21 HIS QUITE SERIOUS Grant Pyle Who Was Hurt in the Beowawe Wreck Taken Through Accompanied by Physician Grant Pyle the well known buyer for Henry Levy was brought in from the Beowawe wreck yesterday on No 5 and taken on to San Francisco where he will be placed In a private hospital W H Moffitt went to Beowawe and accompanied Mr Pyle to A physician and nurse went with him to the city His injuries are ful and quite serious He sustained a broken nose and a dislocated wound as well as a cuts and bruises Mr Pyle had just gone from the dining car into the smoker to enjoy an after dinner cigar when the wreck curred Despite his injuries he did everything he could to assist the other passengers and kept up a ng countenance until there was no farther need for his service This action on his part is all the more remarkable from the fact that he s so nervously constituted that ly while in Reno he fell from his horse unconscious after sustaining a broken Meeting of Trustees and Citizens to Consider and Remedy Matter of Greatest Importance to the People of This City and State Last evening there was a meeting of the trustees of the Reno Chamber of Commerce to consider a matter of vital interest to the people of Reno and of Nevada namely the port of the Chamber of Commerce As the meeting was to transact ness that concerned everyone in this city there were a number of citizens present in addition to the trustees Reports read evidenced that the Chamber of Commerce must close its doors unless there is better support given This induced Senator to arise and state that in behalf of the Flanigan warehouse company and the Nevada Power Light and Water com- pany would each donate a month toward the support of the institution One of the Reno banks made a similar offer The following committee was pointed to secure E R Dodge Mr Wright Mr Bacon Chas Gulling H J Darling H J Thyes C G F Turrittin Dan Wheeler Senator igan MAKING IMPROVEMENTS New Pipe Being Laid by the Water Company on Several Streets Three more carloads of pipe have arrived for the Nevada Power Light and Water company and are being in different ports of the city A thousand feet are being laid in the vicinity of the new Southside Another thousand feet are being put in place at the south end of Winter street and the old four-inch main on South Virginia street is being replaced with hydraulic pipe and the system extended as far as service is desired The policy of the company is to lay pipe in the districts that are now un- provided and afterwards to gradually replace the old mains with larger pipe of strength sufficient to withstand the GETS ACCIDENTALLY Dr Roberts Sustains i Wound Through His Right Hand by of a Pistol in His Coat Pocket Last Night A most peculiar accident occurred last night in the office of the Golden Eagle hotel Dr G M Roberts partner of Dr Binger had come into the office where he sat down waiting for a call he expected from the country As he would be out late on his errand he borrowed a pistol from another guest at the hotel and placed it In the inside pocket of his coat He also wore on overcoat As he got up from the chair there was the muffled report of a gun and he cried out I am He thought that the pistol was fired from the sidewalk but smoke coming from his ignited clothes showed the ause of the wound It seems that the hammer of the pistol caught in the arm of the chair and was drawn back and released The doctor was with his hands ed in his lap and the bullet entered the palm of his right hand and passed out beside the third knuckle No bones were broken and while the wound is a painful one it is in no sense serious quantity of implements of all sorts and the other was for burglarizing Constable Wilson's woodshed and ing some saws therefrom His ball was fixed at on the first charge and on the second The negro failed to find bail and was remanded to his cell Resolution Adopted At a meeting of the Law and committee of the local unions last evening the following resolution was Resolved that labor in Reno condemns any proposition to bond this city to bonus any private interest and are In mous favor of municipal ownership of public utilities finger through the jerking of the head j pressure that it will have to of the animal he was riding with the completion of the new o reservoirs She Took Plenty j Special to The NEW TORK Oct Lay ton Interesting Suit Bell well known in this city j 111 HUH Johnson aged 29 years wife of Albert as the litigant with the Wedekind in- Johnson a dentist has been arrested tel ests for the possession of the charged with larceny of nearly fifty j ert King mm win return to Reno the thousand dollars She is accused of part ot week to tne embezzling while cashier for the oase o Davenport vs Bell The United States Playing company sued for of Improved Hammam cam 19 East Second street upstairs Reno shares of Wedekind stock Those who know the inner history of the case promise a very sensational suit GOOD COMING The Chaperone Will Visit Reno on the Evening of the 10th Manager Piper of McKissick's Opera House has arranged for the ion here of The Chaperone on the evening of October 10th This is one of the best shows on the road It is playing now at the California In San Francisco and the press in that city are loud in their praise of the show Miss Frigonza heads the company She is one of the most brilliant lady dians on the stage today Mr Piper has taken the play on so small a centage that It will amount to nothing unless the is packed as it certainly will be No more poor shows coming this way this season Injunction Denied In the district court yesterday Judge Curler denied the motion for tion brought by the Washoe Power and Development company against the Nevada Power Light and Water com- pany to restrain the latter from en- its ditch so that it would ry the amount of water recorded when the ditch was located Situation Causes Alarm Special to The AUSTIN Texas Oct is raging in several Texas towns The situation is critical along the border COMPLETE LIST OF THE No Details in Addition to the Account Published in Yesterday's Journal Can Be Secured Except List of Injured One of the Injured Rev Comfort one of the passengers injured in the Beowawe wreck spent yesterday in this city the guest of Mr F M Payne with whom he was well years ago in their native place Lanesboro Susquehanna county Pa Negro Bound Over G H Davis a negro was day given his preliminary examination on the charge of burglary two counts One offense charged was breaking in- to Fowler's tool chest and taking a The Journal has very little to add to the article that appeared yesterday morning regarding the head-on ion at Beowawe The only detail lacking was a complete list of the names of the injured in the phe and that was impossible to gain for yesterday's paper because the only news that could be received came through Southern Pacific sources and the company would not naturally give out anything that would assist anyone to prosecute suits for damages As nearly as con be learned at ent the following are all who were hurt in addition to Allen Harper of Pocatello Idaho who was instantly Mrs L Smith Chicago James New Jersey F A Garrett Indiana Rev Geo Comfort Pa Thomas ley Chicago P J Fort Grant Pyle San Francisco N mento U Matsuyoshi San Francisco J Tracy San Francisco E Thorn Evanston Wyoming William Brass Wadsworth Nev J W Littlejohn Wadsworth J B Stone Wadsworth J C Holland Wadsworth Mrs M Trobridge Bridgeport Conn Miss Mae McKinley Oklahoma Mrs J Norman Antonio land T E MathewR Ogden Monday October 12tH Is the day that we expect to open the Big New Store Men's Gloves Shirts MEN'S bargain Heavy Goat Skin welt seam PRICE HORSE HIDE Back made for wear PRICE SPECIAL VALUE HEAVY GOAT SKIN With a finish like horse hide PRICE BUCKSKIN select stock none better guaranteed to give the best of satisfaction PRICE MEN'S DRIVING of goat skin with lap Makes a splendid glove for light PRICE 1.50 MEN'S WORKING extra strong cut full in the body seams pointed yoke best to be produced PRICE MEN'S of a light sateen finish cloth with neat stripe Banded collar felled seams looks like a shirt PRICE MEN heavy ribbed fleeced lined in blue or tan color PRICE MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT WOOL MIXED the thing for between seasons PRICE 50 c I Foster Tailor i H A May yesterday purchased Ar- cigar stand on Virginia street and took immediate He will continue to conduct the Oberon Harry E Stewart a Competent Civil Engineer Receives the Salary and Duties to be Outlined Later The city council took another forward last evening and gave to the City of Reno something that it has long been in pressing need of namely a city engineer Harry E Stewart was named to fill this Important office and his bonds were fixed at The salary and duties of the city engineer will be fixed by ordinance later although services will be immediately available The appointment of Mr Stewart Is for the term of administration of present council The ordinance ing to his duties will probably define- them in substance as The of street grades lines plans and grades mapping defining location of sewer lines all city construction work and doing whatever other work of sort that appertains to the needs At the expiration of Mr term of office all the maps notes and other data prepared by him will be- turned over to the council for by his successor The appointment of Mr Stewart is an excellent one He grew up the town is a graduate of the public schools and Nevada State Uni- versity and has broadened his training by practical in the cities of this and other lands Will Make Reno His Home L S Buckley partner of Slater was in Reno yesterday ing arrangements for the purchase a home in this city He will move family here in a few weeks Mr ley is financially in the vada Meat Company He reports Mrv Slater regaining health What is better than Why Ills candy EYES EXAMINED FREE DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE J sure and call on vis and you will find our prices are the lowest JEWELRY STORE Cor Second Virginia Sts Getting Ready 231 Virginia Blank NOTICES At this Office Begs to announce the opening on July 1 1903 of its Savings Books will be issued for deposits and upwards We are preparing to move into our new store We have been busy all the week getting gether all the shoes we don't want to move and we want you to take them We'll make it worth your by cutting the prices as much as they'll fact we'll cut the profit away entirely on most of these goods There may be among this lot that will be what you want and the longer you stay away the less chance you'll have to get your size
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