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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - October 15, 1903, Reno, Nevada VOL. RENO, NEVADA, THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 15 1903. No. 9> bers. .In -was the most en- thusiastic fiVer, held '-by 'the club. A number of applications for. .''membership, were received. One of brought -up was i the sending'of .the Reno "Wheelmen re- 'lay team to; the world's fair to compete ;with the world at large. This I-will probably be'settled at the next' meeting. Officers Chosen for the Ensuing a Banquet Enjoyed and Speeches Made and a Most Interesting Program Presented New Building Planned Proprietor. Harry Clausen of Washoe lunch counter, and robrnV ing house building'is seriously corisid- j ering a proposition of erecting a'three- story brick' building on Commercial street. The- business.! of himself arid associates has increased so 'greatly the past season that more room and a bet- ter building are: imperative.' Last evening the Keno Wheelmen's club elected officers for the ensuing term as President, Herman Thyes; vice-president, Mac Sample; recording secretary, John Madison Gray; financial secretary, John C. Shaver; treasurer, Moritz Scheline. All the foregoing, except treasurer were -elected by acclamation! The selection of the other officers was deferred for two weeks. The attendance was very large. After the routine business and selection, of officers was over the club voted to pay the expenses.of Jobe.-Taylor to San Francisco to represent the club at the second preliminary meet to select a Pacific coast team that will meet at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. The banquet then followed and was enjoyed by the two hundred club mem- bers present. After the banquet there was music by the 'Wheelman band. A song by George "Ward followed. Hart Brothers, Will and then engaged in a three-round box- ing bout. Mr. "Wagner entertained the. club with several harmonica selections. Then there was-a wrestling '.match between'McCarty and Meffley. It was two falls in three-and was won by Mc- Carty. Then came a boxing match.between Jerry-.. members of the club. It was a'very' lively contest. Scattered through'the program were a number of addresses. They were very spirited and enthused the mem- Will .Build the Plant An official of the .Washoe Power and Development company Informed- The Journal yesterday that there Is now plenty of money in the treasury to complete the proposed plant and. that, work will begin soon and be carried through without intermission. Several of the stockholders visited the site of the proposed power plant yesterday. Live Stock Remedies... Pasteup Vaccine Co. Ld.' Pasteur Vaccine Co. Ld. Pas- teur Anthrax Vaccine; Pas- teur Anthrax Vaccine syring- es. Pasteur Single Blackleg Vac- cine. Pasteur Double Black- leg Vaccine. -Pasteur Black- leg Vaccinating Syringe out- fit.' .'A Single Blacklegine (cord form of Vaccine.) Double Blacklegine (cord form of Blacklegine Out fits The Canri Co., Leading Druggists Out of Whack City Engineer Stewart is progressing rapidly with his surveys of the business streets. Pie has already discovered that a number of curbings are several in- ches from the line of grade. "While it will be difficult, to correct these devia- tions, the, City Conucil will take pains to see that, no more curbs and side- walks are out of plumb. Brotherhood Entertainment The Fraternal Brotherhood enjoyed last evening in a superlative degree. The membership of the lodge were en-, tertained by Mrs. A. L. Mason of 107 Elm street. Delicious refreshments were served and the, evening was pass- ed at cards. .There was also a musical and literary program. Will Entertain The ladies of -the..Nevada club have) organized by selection of the following president- Mrs. C. A. Norcross, vice-president; Chief Ertgiiieer of Western Pacific IJ: Doesn't Pass Though This Ciity Come Mighty Close to; It; Illiteil'iyou'this. The West- ern Pacific can't a'fford> to miss Reno-.- It emerges' from .weary miles of mountain to cros's desolate miles of 'desert and it certainly must either pass through a laVge town on "-the .eastern slope of tlii Sierras pr build one." The above is practically what the chief engineer of the Western. Pacific railroad company, told W.. Webster, a mining man of this city, who has just returned from a trip through' the nor- thern country, where he inspected sev- eral mining properties. M. Webster says that the Western Pacific company has not definitely settled upon the Beckwith route, but is now surveying through the Day Creek pass. The engineering parties number, 150 men and at present have headquarters at Susanvllle. i Mr. Webster gathered conver- sation with the surveyors that the most practicable and shortest route that has yet been considered, is south to Reno thence to the vicinity of Day- ton and directly eastward across the state to a point two hundred miles so'uth. of Salt Lake. This is'hot1 only a perfectly feasable line, but is several hundred miles shorter than the tortuous course along the Principal Atkinson and Students pf Me Nevada Business Insti- tute Show Renoites Through the New College Building opened up his big heart and will fur- nish. the hall free and a goodly portion of the amber refreshments, surnamed "Elite. -The smoker will take place a week from, next Saturday night if .ar- rangements can be .made.-, V Will Pave Streets While .nothing, authentic has .been -Is understood that as soon more, the 6th of November. Mrs. John" Sunderland .Jr., secretary 'i given out- The first entertainment' to club mem- opens several more, .Reno bers will.be given on the evening of st''eets .will be .paved "with asphaltum-.' The streets to first redeye .attention will be Virginia from Commercial to Congressman Heard From the briflse, Second from Sierra to Cen-, Hon.- C. D. Van Duzer writes- the ter' Center from Commercial -to '.Second 'Journal that he will take a page of L1-nd Sierra from Commercial to Second. space in -the big special edition will, soon be gotten out. Miv Van Duzer will 'also contribute several to the paper. articles Laid to Rest The funeral of the late Robert. Jones took place, yesterday from Odd Fel- jlows Hall. It 'was held under the aus- pices of-that order. .The, interment was Will Be Pastured Here Nineteen carloads of sheep and lambs in 'Odd Fellows' cemetry. were brought, in over the N-C-O and vyill be .placed on pasture on the Truc- kee They, were shipped in by J. M. Anderson. Getting a Move On progressing rapidly on the I Lower Truckee canal. A couple, of hundred men .are ajready: employed, j There, will be The' reception given, last night ..by. Erincipal Atkinson and the students ,oC the-.Nevada Business Institute-was a most successful affair.: More than half a thousand persons attended. Mr.- At- kinson and the students-were.kept busy showing 'friends- 'through the build-0 explaining the purposes of the several, commodious rooms. yo.ung ladies' 'of the' institute' served refreshments during the' evening orchestra discoursed sweet that added a great .deal enjoyment of those present. Tfie ..main hall .was dec.orated with streamer's of royal purple' and .white, the ;Snstitute colors. The latter part of the evening was given to dancing. .building is very Avell designed finished. The main. tialC or c.ommercial department, -is 30'by 36 feet.fwith 14 foot ceilings. One of'the. noticeable features' of this department' is aj'.'full equipment of .business prac-' ticaltofflces, where the student learns to do business as business ,is done. departments ,are those for shorthand and typewriting, each com- modious :and .weil. adapted'' for its; pur-' office and the reading room are. lyery. attractively''furnished. The lattei: Thp Journal! HAMLINB, Minn'., Oct. '14. This? was a gala clay for Luther the theological institute of the gian Lutheran synod, the occasion be- ing a celebration of the silver jubilee- of the Institution. .The included' prominent Lutheran clergy-' men and educators from South Dako- ta, Iowa. Minnesota and other states. Stayed to the Finish Special to The. Journal) PHILADELPHIA, Oct. Fitzsim- mons failed to knock out Grim, the Italian, In six rounds.' He knocked- him down ninny times and badly Ished him, but at the end of the time Grim was on His feet and ready more. Erratum.- By a typographical error in' yester- when work Is in. full swing.' day's Journal trie .name of the bride of O'Dette appeared Miss Lillian Will Remodel ,Cafe i BI: Bemis, instead, of Miss Lillian B.l Plans being for. the Benpist. I remodeling 'of the In I order to make1 this the finest dining ;The meadows will feed i place In distinction of which- .considerable, stockjthis.wjnter. it probably, already is. Love Feast .and Smoker The Union bricklayers car-- riers-iof this'city were interviewed yes- terday by Commiteman Burton to the proposed big union smoker love feast to be participated in by all members of local trades unions. There' were substantial 'offers of assistance. Mr. .'Burton'will interview all Desperate Housebreakers Special to-The Journal] LOS ANGELES, Oct. Max; Bosch was attacked two. tramps, i choked; and left unconscious, j (Her house was robbed of.money. The! .men escaped; i EYES EXAMINED FREE Rumored Mining .Deal i unconfirmed rumor Is s'ays trie Report, that.' negotiations .are in progress .for'the purchase'.by a! Cpmsto'ck -mining company, of an irn- portant addition to its .territory, thf; i name of which is withheld by request. Hot .noon lunches at .1. .1. DIAMONDS WATCHES 'JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE 1? sure and call on us and you. will find our prices are thn lowest. OOLDtN JEWELRY STORE Coj. Second Virginia Sts. Wii .have taken the agency of the known, brand of corsets in, addition'to the W. This will eiveiis strongest tines of "corsets in ibis couutiy- We-feel well equipped tcr'.'ipeet -the demkna ,pfMhe most of our lady patrons In we canr'present you.folfcelection nearly 20 different models. OrjCes from 50c to 50 x RECEIVED A large assortment .of ladies' fine lawn1 and linen handkerchiefs.. ial mention, we call your 'i. j." -1 to linen henistitched urilaundrled 'equal" :inf 'quality.1' to" the 25c FINE SHEER LAWN With embroidered edges 1 and others in hemstitched with an embroidered i PRICE 25c. FINE LAWN '.'With, alace footing.- PRICE; 25c. DRARE We are' V- NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS Fine .silk 'braid 'appliques suitable for heavy dress, goodjs, such as Zibe- lanes, etc. Tou have. a choice of winter'black or white. PRICES 90c to JET OVER Jet Applique to match, is one of the most popular and richest dress, trimmings that Is being worn this season. PRICE of Overlace per yard. Jet Appli- que 75c to per yard. CHIFFQN BAND White, Dreden and Black colors, have a very-' choice and fine as- TaHor t 231 St--Upstairs 1 Blank Localio NOTICES -At this Office annour the opening on Juty 1, 1C SHOES If you have never worn Sorosis you have a delightful shoe experience in store for you. 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