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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - January 24, 1903, Reno, Nevada                                y v Perkins' Mortuary Parlors 226-228 Sierra Street (Sew HMonlo kail-) The meet complete and modern ea- tftbUihment of kind on FaelOc Coaat MONC- MAIN 31: RtSIDCINCt IfdfK THE NEW YORK NEWS LETTER Paid Up Capital OFFICERS W. J. WESTERFIELD......President L. DOLLY....... First Vice President F. D. KINO......SecoDd Vice President A. F. TOOLEY..............Cashier A. H. S MITH........Assistant Cashier Do a Central Banking Correspond- ents in San Francisco, Denver, Kansaa City, St. Louis and New York. Southeast Corner Second and Virginia its. RENO, NEVADA Washoe County Bank RENO. NEVADA Capital, fully paid Surplus Fund 00 OKO. W.MAPEH....................President H. ARD...................Vice-Prei i Special to The Journal: NEW YORK, Jan. Mon- day is the date set by the Manhattan Elevated Railroad Company to put in operation in IU system Improve- ments which will bring relief from the excessive crowding of elevated trains during business hours. New Yorkers will welcome no public im- provement more than this one and the fact that the date was postponed from January 12 to the 26th caused considerable annoyance and grumbl- ing. Next to the attempt to Improve transportation facilities in this city, the most laudable effort probably this is of prime is one which is being made to arouse public sentiment to the evils of child labor in New York State, In the hope that it may be abolished in all Its phases. Mention has before been made of the loopholes in the law for parents who wish to put children under four- teen years of age to work. One of Its provisions which permits of evasion is that public school pupils are al- lowed to work during vacations. Un- der the compulsory education law a child is not required to attend schoo more than eighty days, and is, there- fore, free to work the rest of th school year. Wholesale perjury bj parents who have sworn that the! children are fourteen years old has been discovered and in the legislatldn that will be sought a system of reg istration, by which children will be re quired to obtain a certificate of ag signed by the Registrar of births, will also be included. Tomorrow v. ill make the fourth Sunday that New York has had un- j der Police Commissioner Green, and there is yet little evidence of the vig- ng the transportation problem. In varloui and small the problem is gradually solving It- self in this city and gastronomic con- ditions are so much improved that better days are in sight. The heavy Sunday dinner which has long been a bugbear in that It prevented the "girls" from geting the full benefits of their afternoon off Is gradually giving away to fashionable luncheons at the smart hotels, thus opening one way out of the difficulty. Thursday and Sunday night dinners are also growing in popularity and as these are the days when the domestics are out, they are given more time since nothing must be left in readiness for the housewife who prepares her own meals in the absence of a servant. Those whj> do not go out employ "emergency" help to great extent and in this way no extra duties are required of the ser- vants who are compelled to remain at home while their co-workers are en- joying the day off. The latest addition to New York's long list of is the Majestic Theatre, opened this week. Every one of the newer metropolitan theatres Is said to be fireproof, so that in the construction of one nowadays the ar- chitects are trying for something dis- tinctive and are forced to turn their attention to ornamentation and to pro- viding new contrivances for the com- fort and convenience of the patrons. The successful results of this striving for the ideal in the playhouse are shown in the Majestic. Up-State farmers and townspeople are reaping a rich harvest of Ice this season and if ,as frequently reported, there Is to be a closer merger of the large ice companies of New York, at least the consumers outside the large Look at our window for a large display of... BED BLANKETS COMFORTERS We are offering some of the finest makes in the country Novelty Dry Goods Store Phone Black 241 O'CONNOR BLOCK Opposite Postoffke Attention to Mail Orders l Tfiere IS yet Hi lie -o i orous campaign against liquor sell- cities will be able to combat success- large capital and a due equipment, I Snni1nv thnt was expected in fully the city manufacturers. thli bank Is prepared to extend every reasonable accommodation. Bank of Nevada ins on Sunday that was expected In many quarters. After all. there does not seem much hope ahead for mark- ed improvement over the work done by the much-censured Colonel Part- 1 ridge, r.ut the anti-saloon element is I willing to reserve judgment in the case j of General Green until further internal fully the city manufacturers. MARITIME RED CROSS in the detriment make a Kirraan .if Carson; H M. Uorliam, J. B. more rigk1 enforcement of the law pos- A Proposed Life Protecting Corps For the Ocean Special to The Journal: LONDON. Jan. of the most in the detriment make a recent protJectB for the relief of Paid Up Capital, sible. The Independent Democrats of the _______ t cjty are becoming moro and more con- of mA mm-' vincod that the only hope of success vlduals received on favorable terms. against Tnmmany next fall is in the nomination of a Democrat for Mayor ion'a fusion ticket. Despite the dif- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Bnyanil Hell exchange on all the principal ferem-e which he had with the me. of the United States, Canada, Eurow, ,ewig Nixon. who is a ganizatton. Lewis Nixon, who is a man .Ja and Africa. ga. Mensrs. Hcheet'ine and Oiburn are resident of jrreproachable character, is being '1 d- G.F.TurrlttiU Horitz Schwllnc P. U FlanlKnn Richard Kinnan suggested to the Tammany Hall lead- er. for their nomination for Mayor. The fuslonists hold the key to the sit- eeen uatlon where the defeat Tam' Second Vice President., many is concerned and Republicans, Ion whom they depend largely, are not 1 enthusiastic for fusion on account of Mayor Low's distribution of patron- age. The best Democrat available to the fusionlsts is Comptroller Grout. and as Republicans are not disposed to permit a Democrat to head the fu- sion ticket, the opposition to Tammany Is so muddled up at present it seems as if the selection by Tammany of such a strong, clean man as Edward Shepard or Lewis Nixon, would result We SOLICIT Youn BymiNtss.___ Renters Loan Trust Company ing and the protection of property is to build and run ocean steam life- boats. This is the plan of a well- known Knglish shipbuilder, and is known as the'lnternational Blue Cross Ocean Life and Salvage Service." It is intended that It should place at sea which.the Red Cross oc- cupies in the army. A present a ship wrecked at sea depends on a crtance meeting for the rescue of lives. The rescuing vessel is awarded by the admiralty courts Incorporated 1890. Capital fully paid Officers and Local Branch M. McCormack ..........President in overwhelming success. The largest single grocery business j M iHcvjormacii R. W. Grirnmon ......Vice-President in New York City be the result of H. R. Cooke ................Attorney the merger between Acker, Merrall Ray N. Knight ............Secretary romr-any and Charles Atten Knight ............Secretary DIRECTORS J. M. McCormack, R. W. Grimmon, H. R. Cooke, A. Spencer, F. F. Martin, John Flt2geraItJ, A. F. McPhall. Condit Company and Charles Atten next week. The company has a capi- tal of five million. Excluslveness in New York is fre- costly even when the wealthy r H. C. Farley, Supervising Architect, attempt it without spending any more Loans money on real estate security. reni.isites In the or make building loans through the Building and Loan Department. jntj i W. F. CREELMAN, Resident Agent world nna recent fashions FARMERS MERCHANTS BANK nil tend to make the fence a notable building of a country house today is the importance of being shut off from Depository for Nevada. Washoe Connty Title Co. 218 Virginia St, lem, Nerade. CHA8. L. KNOX, Attorney-at-Law General manager of title rurnlBhed on ibort for an J landi in Wuhov Coontj. part of every new estate. Young VT. K. Venderbllt has Just begun to sur- round his elegant Long Island estate with a fence quite unpretentious in comparison with some in the neigh- borhood, but which will cost him not much less than a hundred thousand dollars. In connection with fact one can not help noticing the remark- able improvements made on Long Isl- ITS Vt ell UCTU f J mv, n. Certain part of the value of the property saved, the amount awarded being known as salvage. Under the "Blue Cross" plan a certain number of especially designed boats are to patrol the seas over fixed and known routes, following the main ocean highways. Should a vessel be in distress, the cap- tain, by looking at his schedule, could tell exactly when a patrol boat would be due at the nearest point, and plan accordingly with some eye to business, dispatch and the comfort of those on board. The rate of salvage would be fixed, and the officer would know nctly what the rescue would cost the owners. The projector believes that if seamen knew that on a given boat one of the lifeboats would be within sight of a certain fixed latitude and longitude, many crippled shins and their crews would be saved and ac- counted for, who, as things are now have to abandon their ships. The means of providing this patrol ser- vice should be furnished by the na- tions served. In proportion to the tonnage of their shipping. All sal vage would go to government arcoun and be credited to their service. From all appearances Washoe coun ty is to be classed behind the siste counties of the State as an ore pro ducer which Is adding to wealth. Dr. Frederic Bell (Late of Australia) Palmist, Phrenologist and Clairvoyant Extraordinary. BEADING FOB ONE WEEK ONLY Dr. Bell Is a man wonderfully en- dowed and highly educated; his pa- tions include the crowned heads and presidents of almost every country. If there Is anything you wish to know; if you are in trouble of any kind, discontented, unhappy, or not satisfied in life, don't fail to see him. Hundreds fail where success is possible it aot for a lack of foresight in the future. To demonstrate his great power Dr. lell will reduce his lowest fee to or one weeU. His price will positive- y'be afterwards. Consult him on love affairs, mar- iage, divorce, sickness, deeds, wills, mortgages, business transactions, law uits, lost or stolen property, old es- ates, pensions, patents, inventions, mrled treasures, love and family af- airs. If you desire to be more suc- essful, SEE HIM NOW. He will tell 'ou what you are best adapted for, low to be successful in money mat- ers, and will help you in all trouble. NEVADA MEAT COMPANY, SLAUGHTERERS OF CATTLE. SHEEP and HOPS Manufacturers ef High Grade Sausages HAMS AND BACON SMOKED IN RENO IN NEW AND MODERN SMOKE-HOUSES. Headquarters for Fresh Eggs COR.-AI.AMEDA FOURTH STREETS, RENO, NEVADA Telephone Main 253. The Owl Cafe Meals a la Carte Open Day and INIght ...Virginia Street and during the past few years, old settlements have become towns, while wide stretches of open The new You cannot borrow money on your country are covered with beautiful land without an abstract; many residences of Gotham's elite. titles are defective and now Is the over Brooklyn the coal scarcity reachlnK the proportions of time to have the errors corrected. Phone, Brown 244. McPhail Stewart UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS We carry the only wholesale line of eastern and Western goods In Nevada. Local trade supplied from our full stock at San Francisco prices. Office, Opera House Block. Phone Brown 411; McPhail residence, 605 Virginia street, Phone Green 3S4; Stewart residence <13 4th street. Phone Red 104. yorh but better off. The situation was never The Owl First -class Saloon and olab rooms, where pretty Rood drinks and cigars are sold, and entertainment provided tor patrons. Brurley Uniacke Virginia Street Dr. Bell alsoimparts the knowledge o every woman how to cure the drunkard in nine days. As an electric mental healer he Is all and disease disap- pear under his touch and the sunshine of his philosophy as if by magic. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY FREE PRIVATE CONSULTING 9, Golden Eagle Hotel, ground floor; from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Ladies entrance first door to your right. You meet no callers. ABSOLUTELY CONFIDENTIAL RENO CABINET NOVELTY CO. Have just received a consignment ...of... Quarter-Sawed Oak Mantles In the latest designs. We are Sole Agents fvt THE JACKSON VENTILATING GRATE The public is invited to inspect our stock before purchasing elsewhere. 334 SIERRA ST. PHONE RED 383____ Standard Saloon As we are about to close out our sa loon business, we wish all those hav Ing bilsl against the firm to call and collect their money, and all those ow- ing the firm will please call and settle their accounts. Our place of buainess be closed after January 26, 1903. J20W RUTLEDGE SEAMAN. Drop into the Reno Market, 25 Com- mercial Row, and inspect the good things to eat on the delicacy counter. Today we have cold roast beef and cold boiled ham, potato salad with Reno Cold Storage Plant cold DOliea nam, poitiiu stuaa wiin worse during the strike and dressing, shrimp salad mayo- chilanthropists and charitable institu- j naisse dressing, all kinds fresh fiah, tions have secured large amount, of j etc. coal which is sold to the poor for n f Tork canned oy8ters, large and fresh, .reasonable sum, the well-to-do ind at jOc per dozen. Fancy creamery but- wealthy are suffering for lack of fuel. ter. none quite so good, 50c a roll. Chief Engineer of the Rap- id Transit Commission i. responsibl for the gratifying announcement that cars for passenger service will be run- ning in the subway next fall cars will be in operation early In the summer on one of the branches, but i the opening of the subway to public traffic will be a great step toward Boiv creamery butter, i milk and sweet cream every day at _ Jleno DeHcatewren and Home Ba- kery, Journal block. Harry Davis all the leading mag- and copies or taken. i'erlect facilities for the Storage of...... CCCS, BUTTfR. .ItCSt, POULTRY, BCCR, Ctc. Reasonable per Month or Beuon.... Netada Power, Light Water Co. Office: Virginia and Second Sta. Opening I take pleasure in announcing to the public that I am now ready for busi- ness in my new location, and will be pleased- to show my elegant stock of cloths and take orders for both ladies' and gentlemen's made to order together with a complete line of ladies ready made suits. Armand B. Kreft Second Street, bet. Virginia and Center Streets Reno. Nevada Humphrey Supply Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Hay and Grain, Fresh and Cured Meats Free delivery wagons to all parts of town CORNER SIERRA AND ELM STREETS Phone Black 376. Nevada Hardware Supply Co. __ Our Specialty This Week AGATEWARE of all de- scriptions at Prices That Will Surprise You 110 Cabinet Chop House i FT WBST-CLASB Meals and Short Orders. BeroUr Ite lunch 11 to 2 o'clock. Win. EWdnun Proprietor. FOR SALE REGISTERED Hereford Bulls AND HEIFERS Alamo Hereford Stock Farm .lohn Sparta. Prop. Journal Ads   

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