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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1903, Reno, Nevada JL'.LjLXU 1J U -LIJ. VOL, LX. RENO, NEVADA SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 3, 1903. THIS IS THE FlflST Football Season Opens This After- noon When the Varsity Eleven and the Alumni Team Meet on the College Gridiron 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 relat- ing to his duties will probably define- them in substance as follows: The tablishing of street grades, sldewalkr lines, plans and grades, mapping and- defining location of sewer lines, su- perintending all city construction work and doing whatever other work of that- sort that appertains to the publto needs. At the expiration of Mr. Stewart's- term of office all the maps, notes and other data prepared by him will be-. turned over to the cjty council for use- by his successor. The appointment of Mr. Stewart is an excellent one. He grew up with- the town, is a graduate of the Reno- public schools and Nevada State Uni- versity and has broadened his tech- nical training by practical in the cities of this and other lands. Will Make Reno His Home L. S. Buckley, partner of U.XM. Slater, was in Reno yesterday conclud- ing arrangements for the purchase of1 a home in this city. He will move family here in a few weeks. Mr. Buck- ley is financially .intprested in the Ne- vada Meat Company. He reports Mrv Slater as-steadily regaining health. What is better than Manheim? Why; Ills candy. EYES EXAMINED FREE BiFOREHBUYiN DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE J sure and call on vis and you will find our prices are the lowest. GOLDhN JEWELRY STORE Cor. Second Virginia Sts. Getting Ready 231 Virginia St--Upstairs Blank Location- 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 to- 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 stanJ fact we'll cut the profit away entirely on most of these goods. There may be shoees among this lot that will be jsjkt what you want and the longer you stay away, the less chance you'll have to get your size. SPAPFRI fSPA-PERI
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