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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - January 24, 1903, Reno, Nevada                                DAILY NEVADA VOL. LIX RENO, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1903 No 66 A NARROW ESCAPE D. N. Haskell Comes Near Losing Life in a Torrent. ness In Utah. The promoters of the enterprise own vast Iron ore deposits In Iron county, Utah, and plan the erection of blast furnaces and steel fin- ishing mills, which will make them aggressive competitors of the United States Steel Corporation. An ample supply of limestone, coal and coke Is within easy reach, and the Iron ore Is easily mined. LITTLEFIELD TRUST BILL Special to The Journal. REDDING. Cal., Jan. 23. The, 'Wells, Fargo express messenger, D. N. hail a miraculous escape from being killed last night, as the result of an accident that befell the Redding and Weuverville stage. The stage left Redding on time. i The rain was falling and the roads, were heavy. At French Gulch the, horses were changed and Bert Hamp- ton took the lines for the drive to "Weaverville. Messenger Haskell was the only other person on the stage. At o'clock last night the stage reached the usual fording place, on East Weaver creek, about a mile and a half below Weaverville. The creek a raging torrent, and it was ab- solutely impossible to make the ford. Hampton turned the team accorilinK- ly and started down the creek for a point half a mile away, where he was certain he iould succeed in ciossing. It was pitch dark %nd the rain was falling In torrents and the night was very cold. The leaders ran into an open cut that had been washed in the road and sank out of sight, the outfit piling on top. Hampton started on foot for Weaverville. Haskell stood guard the outfit, and while he was doing so the earth caved in. carrying him in on top of the horses. How he escaped he cannot tell. The lead- trs are now lying along the load and the stage arrived about six hours late. Accepted By Full Committee and Will Be Reported to House Monday Special to The Journal. WASHINGTON, Jnn. trust bill, framed by the Littlefield sub-com- mittee, was today adopted by the full committee, and a favorable report is likely to be mail Monday. The administration let it bp known today that the House bill was not an administration measure. The Presi- dent wants a bill along the line of the House bill drawn by Knox, but it is practically certain no bill of this sort can be passed at this season. FARMERS ORGANIZING Unions Being Formed Throughout the West and Middle Eaat Special to The Journal: CHICAGO, Jan. movement is under way among the farmers of the country toward forming a gigantic union. All through the West hun- dreds of organizations are being formed ,and tomorrow afternoon the farmers' meeting will be held at Broadlands, Champaign county, Illin- ois, for the purpose of uniting strength of that region. Throughout Indiana. Iowa, Nebraska i and Minnesota the movement toward organization is being rapidly pushed. VENEZUELAN SITUATION United States Will Alter Attitude Taken. Special to The Journal: WASHINGTON, Jan. Cab- inet today considered at length the Venezuela situation. It was decided real estate. The New York Centra] will apend fully tn this city alone. The Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road Company haa decided to spend In addition to the 000 already expended. The seven Pacific directors have derided .to coatlnue the expenditures on that system on a par with the pre- vious The total amount of these will approximate The di- rectory of the Chicago and Rock Isl- and has decided to spend In Improvements on the lines In Iowa and Nebraska and_ns far west as Denver. Atchlson Interests are to spend NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE that although the Germans ere gull-1090'000 in the construction y of new ty of a great breach of good manners, Lllnes in Oklahoma, consisting of about TflOO miles of road, touching all the in inaugurating warlike operations while peace negotiations were pending, the United States would not alter ita attitude at present. principal points in Oklahoma. COMMODORE'S STATEMENT It States That Fort San Carlot Opened the Engagement and Wae Ruined Special to The Journal: BERIN, Jan. 23. Commodore Scheder, of the German navy, has made a report on the bombardment of the fort at San Carlos In which he says thit the fort opened fire on the Panther when she attempted to enter Lake Maracaibo. The Panther retired and the later attack was made by the German ships and continued until the fort was destroyed. NORTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON UTAH IRON INDUSTRY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY To Be Inaugurated By Illinois and Pennsylvania Captalists Special to The Jouinal: CHICAGO. 111., Jan. com-! pany. which will have a. capital stock of is being organized by' Chicago and Pennsylvania capitalists, for developing the iron and steel bust- Hot Water Bag.... What family ie without one? A good rubber hot water bag is a necessity It makes eaey the scientific ap- plication of heat for the relief of pain. We sell the best rubber bags that we can obtain, guarantee- ing satisfaction with every one. We make a specialty of rubber goods and will be glad to help you in your selection. The Cann Drug Co., CORNER 2d VIRGINIA STS Leading DrggiSts Marconi is in New York Making Ar- rangements For Another Line Special to The Journal: NEW YORK, Jan. 23. Marconi, who has arrived here from Cape Cod station tonight, said he would soon begin the work of establishing com- munication between Italy r.nd Argen- tina, a distance of six thousand mlles. When asked If he intended to try to send messages across the Pacific he said he had not yet made any plans in that direction. His Atlantic wire- less system will soon be opened for business. ANOTHER COMBINE The of Locomotive Works People Scotland Organizing LONDON, Jan. a meeting at Glasgow today of the shareholders of the throe largest locomotive works in Scotland an agreement was ratified to combine capital ta the amount of The companies conceined in the matter are the Hyde Park Locomo- tive Works, of Glasgow, Dubs Co., of Polmadie, ana the Atlas Locomo- tive Works of Springburn. Dewey's Fleet Reported as Still in the Carrtbean Sea Special to The Journal: NEW YORK, Jan. has been learned that Dewey's fleet did not dis- perse after the maneuvers as report- ed, but that the heavy ships are now watching the Germans in Venezuelan waters, prepared for any emergency. The return of Dewey is a gigantic bluff. The government Is keeping careful watch on all affairs in Venezuela. REBECCA TAYLOR The Hearing in Her Case Now Before District Supreme Court Special to The'Journal: WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. The injunction proceedings brought by Miss Rebecca J. Taylor to compel Sec- retary Root to reinstate her as a clerk in the War Department came up for htarlng in the District Supreme Court Miss Taylor is the clerk who was r -moved from office because of criti- cisms she wrote of the administration's Plillppine policy. She alleges that her dismissal was in violation of the civil service rules. Feltz and Goodman to Meet Again Special to The Journal: BOSTON, Jan. Lenox Ath- letic Club has arranged a good card for Its boxing show tonight. The star bout is to be furnished by Tommy Felts and Kid Goodman, who are slated to go six rounds at 118 pounds. THE STATEHOOD BILL The Measure Occupying Time of Con- gress and Delaying Other Work Special to The Journal: WASHINGTON, Jan. Sen- ate spent the entire day in a discus- sion of the Statehood bill. The opin- ion is growing that the Republican leaders are not anxious to end the de- bate. The Statehood bill affords a good excuse for taking no action on the trust question. Quay, as well as the opponents of Statehood, fears to take up the trust question. Cannabalism Renewed Special to The Journal: VANCOUVER, Jan. has been brought here from Australia of a famine In New Guinea, and conse- quent cannabalism. Three white trad- ers Were attacked by natives, killed and eaten. o National Liberal Party Special to The Journal: LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. the National Liberal Party up here for their sec- RA1LWAY EXPENDITURES session during the next few days. 3 A New Discovery Special to The Journal: PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 23. TTniversity of Pennsylvania has dis- covered a method of treating cattle with serum which will prevent them from contracting tuberculosis. Sf-n.itor Stewart intimate1! that he Is furnishing milk to Washington at n lops. I'.ut never heard of a mi K- man who did not talk that way. The Proposed Work Planned For 1903 Will Take Millions Special to The Journal: NEW YORK, Jan. for railroad betterments and exten- sions during 1903 will exceed 000. The Pennsylvania work alone, which will begin in a short time, will amount to Of this amount the Pennsylvania budget sets aside for immediate use in New- York City, and a large portion of this will be used in taking up options on I have one hundred and fifty acres of land to be plowed on my farm northeast of the city. Will give con- tract for doing the work or will pay day wages. Will furnish plows, but contractor must furnish horses. Ad- dress P. J. Kelly, Box 423, Reno, Ne- vada. J22w Furnishing Goods For Saturday Selling MEN'S of a heavy black and striped cotton poods. Cut full in the and well made. We shall place a limited quantiy on sale for Saturday onlv. Worth reg- ular soc. OUR SATURDAY PRICE 38c MEN'S FANCY HALF colors, With embroidered stripes have been selling at 2sC OUR SATURDAY PRICE MEN'S WORKING from as- bestin leather, which made by the latest and best improved process of tanning, steamheat and water proof. OUR PRICE Si.oo pr. MEN'S FANCY HALF are show- ing the largest assortment and the best values in men's half hose AT 250 33 1-30 and 500 MEN'S fleece lined undershirts and drawers HEAVY WEIGHT 500 MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR natural grey and brown or vicuna colors f to select from. They are the best value'possible at the price Per Garment MEN'S WORKING ing the best value are carry- in working shirts. All consideration of profit was lost in puling in this line of overshirts, it was with the one idea of giving the best shirt possible for the price. Made of strong heavy cotton pointed yoke banded and interlined collar, double stitched and felled seams, every garment guaranteed to .give perfect satisfaction, good assortment of colors to select from OUR PRICE 500 MEN'S PERCALE Collars attached. The Stanley style. Regular 750 val- ue. OUR PRICE TO CLOSE 500 MEN'S HE.VYY WOOL HALF HOSE- STRONG VALUE AT 250 {Special to The Journal: CARSON, Jan. messages of retiring Governor Sadler and Gov- ernor Sparks will be sent to the Sen- ate and Asembly early next week. It is said that Gov. Sadler's message is an exhaustive resume of the State's condition and needs, while that of Gov. Sparks will be brief and merely touch upon those matters which have come to the attention of the Governor while still a private citizen. There will be a Joint meeting of the Senate and Assembly in the Assembly Chambers next Monday for the pur- pose of discussing the Irrigation ques- tion and devising legislation which will put Nevada in line with govern- ment requirements in order that no hitch may occur In securing the bene- fits of the national irrigation law at an early date. It is pretty well under- stood that everything depends on the State which Is applicant for these ben- efits and that the first to comply with the requirements will be the first to benefit. Hon. F. G. Newlands, Governor Sparks and L. H. Taylor, resident hydrographer, will address the joint conference on the needed legislation. There appears to be general satis- faction over the selections made by Speaker Wilson for membership of the various committees. In this re- spect Washoe county was well treat- ed, having chairmanships on four Im- portant committees. The routine work of both bodies of the legislature today was as follows: IN THE SENATE President Allen called the Senate to order at the usual hour and the roll call showed Senators Gallagher and Williams as absent. After prayer by the Chaplain and the correcting of the minutes the fol- low business was transacted and bills Introduced in regular order: Senate Bill, No. 7, by Bell: An act to prevent fraud at elections. Refer- red to committee on election. Senat Bill, No. 7, by Bell: An act to protect workmen and those employ- ed fn handling1 moving machinery. Trie bill requires all parties erecting mov- ing machinery to countersink all keys and bolts below the collar. Referred to Committee on Mines and Mining. Senate Resolution, No. 3, by Lord: That when the Senate adjourns it shall be until Monday at 11 o'clock. Adopt- ed. Mr. Bell gave notice that he would at some future day Introduce a bill incorporating the town of Tonopah. Senate Bill. No. 4, by Green: Act appropriating for copying Sen- ate Journal. Passed. A concurrent resolution was received from the Assembly appointing Mon- day at 2 p. m. for a general confer- ence on the irrigation measure. The Senate then took a recess un- til Monday next at 11 a. m. ate and Assembly on Monday, the 26th, at 2 p. m., to listen to remarks upon irrigation by Governor Sparks, Senator Newlands and Engineer L. H. Taylor. Special orders for today and Mon- day were vacated and will be taken up Thursday. McCarran, of Washoe county. Intro- duced a resolution authorizing the Speaker to create a new committee on Fish and Game. Averill wished to .add Forestry, but the amendment was not accepted. The resolution passed and the Speaker announced that he would appoint the committee after deliberation. Denton gave notice that he would, at some future date, introduce a bill amending the revenue law of 1901, passed by the last session. gave notice of a bill creating and defining the powers and duties of a State Board of Revenue. Averill gave notice of a bill making property directly responsible for the materials used in its construction, re- gardless of the ownership of the prop- erty. Averill gave notice of a bill to holding of claims by simply relocating a claim two years in succession. The object of it will be to prevent the hold- ing of claims by simple relocation and no assessment work. Averill also gave notice of a bill to restrict writs of injunction. Speaker Wilson gave notice that he would Introduce two bills by request at an early date. The first provides for a local option act, and the second to make the minimum penalty for selling Intoxicating liquors to minors, a fine of Assembly 6, by Lothrop: Appropriating for copying the Asembly journal, and naming Mrs. Williams to do the work. Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. Assembly Bill, No. 7, by Cooke: To amend Sections 12 and 13 of the Act relating to liens upon property by mechanics. Referred to the Commit- tee on Judiciary. Bill, No. by MoOutun.-. Another bill to provide for copying the Assembly Journal, appropriating 1160, but no name -was read. Ways and Means. A recess was taken until 11 o'clock Monday morning. If the German cruiser Panther want- ed to find out what the Venezuelan forts were made of its curiosity has been satisfied. IN THE ASSEMBLY A resolution by Reilly was adopted calling for a joint meeting of the Sen- Thnt's -.vbBt tlio cenllonnan said wlien be saw our large ntwrtrneut of fountain peus. Didn't take him a second cither to buy ono We carry the largest stock of fountain pens in tbe '.Mate. Frank Golden Jewelry Co. Cor. Second anil Virginia Bts. Reno, Nevada A Halo of j Satisfaction gleams from the breast of every one who has had his linen "done up" at the Troy Laundry. He knows that shirts, collars and cuffs are immaculate in their whiteness, and have the right finish for the up-to-date swell. Every- thing laundered here is done by the most improv- ed methods. Troy Laundry Company J Phone Main 371 HAVING bouth the entire stock of the Nevada Cycle Co., I am pre- pared to give a large rebate on all bi- cycle supplies. WILLIAMS, No. 24 Second TELEPHONE BROWN 285. 237 VIRGINIA STREET. 'Climatic Changes compel proper regard for com fort and health. The Over- cont is the wiuter solution of the comfort problem. The modern Overcoat pleases the eyes as well as the body We have the newest style staffs in profusion Soft Vicunas in Oxford. Black and Bine Beau- tiful shades in Kerseys and many other materials from which to choose. Sf Fnttfr TAILOH DHAPCH I OSlCr, tMfOHTCH HartanffBldg.. Virginia Street Phone 231 Brown r is nothing strange about this price- It can be found at any shoe store, but the 'Sorosis" boot at figures can be obtained only at th s One Sorosis Store in Nevada Tel. Blk. 243 W. Second Sorosis Shoes Sold Only at This Store NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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