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Soldiers Fail to Attend Because Pay U in Arrears [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Soldiers Fail to Attend Because Pay U in Arrears London.™ Kin* Edward presented medal* to 30<X> returned Yecmanry at the ilor»<* Guards' parade here. The ccrtaonlal was the wrao .15 observed it the former presentation of medals, bat the Inclement weather robbed the function of its brilliancy. Queen Alexar.Jra ami Prlcce Edward. *<>n of the Duke cf Connrall and York were present. Considerable comment has been aroused by the refusal of thirty-two noa -com missioned officers and men to attend the ceremony, on the ground that tfceJr pay was in arrears. These men have addressed letters to King Edward, pointing out th.it they r-»nnot submit to be decorated while their wives and families and some of their number are starving. The claims of the men who say they have net yet been paid vary from £63 to £127. Some of the claimants allege they have had to pawn th<*ir earlier medals in order to procure food for their famllle*.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Chain of Big Hotels From Denver West* ward [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Chain of Big Hotels From Denver West* ward Salt Lake. I'tah.— lt was given cut authoritatively that Gus S. Holmes of the Knutsford Hotol Salt Lake ♦"'ty. and the Angelua at Ixs Angeles, is being backed by a wealthy syndicate that is to acquire control in the near future of the Hrown Palace Hotel at Denver and erect a magnificent hotel at San Francisco. Thl* accomplishment will give ccntrol of a big chain cf western hotels that will be of particular advantage to Salt l-nk*» and I»s Angeles, as well a3 to Denver and San Francisco. Holmes Is now In New York, and a Btatoment from him concerning the matter could not be secured. But It Is positively knewn here that such nogatiarions are in progress, and it is confidently anticipated that they will \*> Ktirrr»s«*ftil!v concluded.

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Father and Son Killed in a Duel [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Father and Son Killed in a Duel Trinidad, Colo.— The result of n long- , standing feud over an Irrigating ditch., Salvador Parrlss and his son Charlesengaged In a duel near hero with Phil McWHllamf. When the battle ended I'arrlss and hla son were both dead. McWlllfams. who wag unhurt, came Into town and surrendered himself to the She-riff and is now in Jail. According to McWlillams' story, and I he is the only living witness to the; duel, be Wt bis bouse early to hunt ; coyotes. He was armed with a rifle, j Half way between his ranch and the Parlss ranch, be met the Paniiscfl, father and son. The father opened fire on blra with a reapeatlng rifle and the son followed suit. He re- j turned the fire, but not, he says, until his horse had been shot from under him. He shot both cf his enemies through the head, killing them Insuotly.

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JOHN BULLS SORE SPOT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

JOHN BULLS SORE SPOT India Again Demanding Close Attention — Trouble is Expected London. — It Is remarkable how successful tho British government has been in keeping from the general public knowledge of threatened peril which has given them tho greatest anxiety for several weeks past. The facts are. those. : Tho government felt Itself compelled, nearly a month ago. to arrange for the early withdrawal of 70.000 troops from 8o»»t>» tfrlca. Much to tho annoyance of the War Office, the fact leaked out. and It was hailed at first as a peaceful omen, It was not the purpose cf tho government, however, to bring tho men homo, but to send them, if necessity should dictato It. to India. Should this movement be mado. Lord Kitchener will go In command. ]{(* will. In any event take up tho duties of Vommandor-ln-chief In India before tho close of tho year. Hlr Hlndon Blood is suggested as his successor In South Africa. Tho most natural Inference from the foregoing statement might bo tha...

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Two Girls and Boy Drowned [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Two Girls and Boy Drowned Tacorna.— Jenulo Colo and Susie Evans, aged 11. both of Puyallup. and Carl Jenkins of Seattle, aged K» were drowned In Spanaway lake while boatIng. Tho fourth member of the party survived by swimming ashore. The two boys and two glrln wrere unacquainted with each ether, but met whllo BWlmlng nt one of the lake resorts. Tho girls suggested a desire to go boating and tho boys volunteered to take thorn. Carl Jenkins attempted to row across the lake quite rapidly whllo the others were having more or loss fun rocking tho boat and standing up. Suddenly one of tho oar locks pulled out. throwing Jonklna Into the water. Tho boat tipped over Instantly. Jenkins and the two girls sank to tho bottom, nil cf them being unable to swim. It was thirty minutes before rowboats with rescuers reached tho scene. Tho bodies wore dragged for and secured an hour later.

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Boer Caves itt Found by British [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Boer Caves itt Found by British Pretoria.— From July 1 to July 22. tho number of Hot* captured, wounded or surrendering was lA>".<; Caves that wore occupied by the fleers have boon discovered In tho Lydenburg district. They wore hurriedly vacated by th»» occupants when the DrU'«h approached. Tho caves wore well furnished and Btocked with provisions. A quantity of silks and satins was alas found In them, and It Is supposed that those woro looted from stores. A military census Is to b«» t*ken on July 31. Colonel Garrett, In a skirmish n^:ir Voreonlglng. captured twenty-flve Boers and a number of cattle and wagons,

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Spaniard Claimi City of Manila [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Spaniard Claimi City of Manila Denver.— Jesus fJcmez cf tho province of Puerto do Santn Maria. Spain, is In Denver, on route, from Manila, to Washington to fllo claims to tho larger part of Northern Luzon, including land on which Is built tho city of Manila. It will be ono of tho largest claims ever filed against tho government and Senor Gomoz claims that hU tltlo datos from ICBB, was officially recognized by the Spanish government in 18 15 and approved by tho Madrid cabinet Just prior to tho signing of the troaty of I'arln. Tho original grant of »* - Hnd to which tho Spanish merchant will now claim tltlo, won given to hln ancestor, General Jesus Gomez, by Governor General vhavllo, and was approved by tho government of Spain In oxchungo for a loan to cover tho expense! of an expedition against Insurrection.

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With the Potts [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

With the Potts

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LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

LIFE Thriirvll *at bjf tlir rltrr ni<lr, II) ilm- »!ir.uii „( I.ifr. wtirrc r»u will ftlwajl fiini It tin. » .i»inn» hi* line to the flow mv' t i«t ■• . Aii 1 I. unlink On- i»»li on (lit* bank Uhiml htm . Ill* "I 1 at r,i»r In hi* ClllY IIOoW, Anil «.»i iillnif in» |iA«kft \rry f.i»t; Amt unr nii(fhl have <iti»cr \r«| (torn hi* •1«-.i<l 1 » booki That his llnr- ua« baited fur rtcry unr. lie took a •tone, a* Satan nlmwn, A nil ».uiU Into i !»•- iratCf without a »oun<l, And hi* taught a woman «ho « .11 known. A* Ibc purest and best for mlWi around. "Ha! tit!'* quoth Satan, "tWhlntf i» fine." And he betook a drink, «<unru hat ••niliu-r.l. Thru a jomitf minister ttrani around hi* 1 i it**. And <m n Ui-. ttjo«t irmjitiili; <■( ball! rcfu»f»l. 1 1 «- til i-i ••«! him ifnld and fi.iHhlntf Gems, ll.it mi; fame and fortune on tin* line, Kuh drculntf ifimni, with embroidered hem. And ktill the minister m.i !■■ no tl|...

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A MAIDEN ON TIME [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

A MAIDEN ON TIME Mm claim fh.it MoiniMi an- ta>>l> in fact, that thry'ro r.«*%rr on time. That aritfint* ibelr ihuntand twccl virtue* prt>!n;>!iir«.«. \ i.u never will find. Itut 1 knut« of a tirar little woman, quitr worthy of |>rai»«-H in rhvinr. Who i« pretty and i*racii>u» au«l charmlnir, and alway*. ye». alwavH on lime. Sbe never It fret fol and flurried, nor i;ivcn to itumjii iioi |o tears; Sbe's a iH-uiiiful Grecian maiden uhohan ;»i«f | un my dock for year*! - Knima C. I>oud, in tnr I.aditV lluma* Journal for Autftiiit.

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Midsummer .Number ladies' dome Journal [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Midsummer .Number ladies' dome Journal Evidently no effort has been spared t<> make The Ladies' Hotric Journal for ! August a positive boon to it» readers during these warm midsummer days. Its light, readable articles, bright stone*, clever poems, charming music, and numerous beautiful illustrations I a fiord the easiest and pleasantest kind of entertainment for leisure hours. Enchanting views of the lovely scenery j in Etigadine Valley and among the! Swias and Italian lakes, as well as such delightful articles as "The Singing Village of Germany" and "What Girl-Life in Italy Means," allure the thoughts to foreign lands, while there are timely HtiggcKtioiis about "The Picnic Hasket," "Keeping a House Cool in the Dog-Days," and "Sea-Side Toys and How to Make Them." Other thoroughly interesting contributions are "The First White Baby Horn in Northwest," "My Hoarding-School for Girls," and usual serial and department articles. By the Curtis Publishing Company, Phil...

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TRANSPORTATION OF CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

TRANSPORTATION OF CATTLE Tin. problem of the proper linnipof^ i.ilionof Cattle \* t like tunny other question! connected with the treat* turiit of (limit* nuiiunlft, ratwntially n modern question* In time* when each country must fred if* o«vn, and the only way of getting cattle or *ticcp or liorsea from one place to another wan to drive them in herd*, under the pro* tCC t iotl of a drover, the problem waniii one way limpid The auimaU could not travel more than a certain dtntencc each day without definite injury, which would probably be vlaable to the prospective purchaser when they arrive at their destination. It wan to the inter* c*t of the drover, therefore, to be very careful. With the advent of cattle-traiiiH, however, it became |>o*nit>lc to tra tinport all Hortn of live *tock round the world, if necessary, in less time than it used to take to ctohh a state* The railway taken the Texan steer and lands him in Chicaffo in a space of time which must seem to h...

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Distances From Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Distances From Imperial to Flowing Wells 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp 16 miles Monument 220 16# miles Salton River 20\i miles West Mesa 27 l i miles East Mesa 2S'i miles Alomo Mocho 30** miles Gardener's 36)4 miles Seven Wells 43 J 4 miles Salton Crossing 47" j miles Cook's Wells 51,'s miles Dos Alamos $9# miles Hanloii'ft 65^ miles

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

I Holt Brothers % if? Imperial, California, iff iff • * * < Z^-^ * % iff %t Dealers in jfe 8 General'p f Merchandise 1 % m % * Ufa See us when you want to buy anything f Before placing your next order f |l-; Coming this way? ® {X { I 111 then you are interested & S J++++J in knowing bow to reach S I "" Imperial Settlement, i I™ New River Country! W Take the S. P. train X j| to Flowing We 115.... f| >X At this fxiitit you pet first class accommodations at the McCAUL- y& LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaullcy, the proprietor, runs a regular Jjj £JS sta^e line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing- Weells at ©^ >jij 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- m£ !| i»tf<lays. g Jrs Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, £W IK and will take you to any part of the country. The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil ft i lds west of Flowing Wells. This stage line is equip...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

fl ni p c r i a 1| liTelephonej !Comp a n y I 9 W. F. HOLT Manager. f f Offices at , J. 9 t A Imperial. Cameron, 4 ♦ . . I J Flowing Wells and Iris. • I,_Z I ? or received from, } 4 3 j any part of the world. v !' — I IJTELEPHONESjI !*FOR RENTJf

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trn»rlr>« (.to«lh of I»> «* t.'»f». [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

trn»rlr>« (.to«lh of I»> «* t.'»f». Tl.c >%>tcmttic examination of mow* tl».in 40.000 pain of buman tars la Knplnnil ami I jntu-tc Ij3« m»ultc\l lo »mtj)«« iDtrntllnc rcorl«»lon« Por onv tbinj:. »t i« aMfTTtalnrd thai ibe •-'" cbntlnori . ; » i.h' Ia ' I ' r "1«aih1«» of iif«'. »;i ffi'v'.r ;1 •»: i . M; 5r * iwiri 19 *top prowins •»::• A woniao t^ijo Uan *;. all ■ • kl% • - r " al - v ytat««f a?i' Kill « »«:? n;j to !•»?•*» Uir-dUnn -:•■■'■ ■ ■ - ■■" i ' J <:I!r% nn<l larpp rars ai 0i fa crUjj i:^«i»i? roft Pico's Cure is the l>c*t ra<slicJnv "« ever used for all affc<tJons of \ throat and lunp« — W.M. 0. BNDSLEY. Vanburca. Ind.. Feb. 10. ,'XX). Child: Oh. ajcib^r. stop: 1 waU YD look at that man just run ever by tn*> car. "Conic alonp. do! Their will be another presently, a UtUc farther oa."' — Ufe, Stop* itif Coagb and Works off the Cotd. la oa* d»y. No rat*. Ns ;*»y. Tri...

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To t'ae Externally* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

To t'ae Externally* Customer- 1 tvant 10 cents' Trorth of tine for my sister. Dru? Clerk- What kind of t!nc? Tbcre zt? aloyt 40 kind*. What does your slater traut to cse It for? CuMoracr-I Oon't knotr she k!r,<!. Fhe said 1 xaust cot lr!l «v-at *he trau:<<d it for? I»ruz Clerk-Wa« it cs!<!? of zinc ah* wanted? Customer- Yf ». thai*! It: oatside of tluc to put en Lcr facc-Hroolilyn Life. If you to f.nd ont ho^r rrt-at n man I*. a*'* lh:r. if you wonW c»ct-r-tain lio\r crcat he isn't, ask b!i celgbbors.—Chlc:u'o N<*tr«.

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The Urn In and Ntnri. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

The Urn In and Ntnri. An Aturtriao wrant La* Ut-dsrt-d that iLt* burxjaa Lraiu coataiiii a "catcc ct-a* tor." llf *-?» ''• it i» the cfiite of this ct^l to n*taiu ur.::j<*». A ftrjkitis caw which worold f«ra to confirm tki>» ihwrj wccurml ct Cleveland. A brnk«*tx;3ii ira« *!;"1 by a <-o:j»ii:ctvr end tbt* furuj«*r c-ocW uot rrtoember lUc name* of jutwii-* «r tbiazs. s!tb">u^b bt* rt.ulJ jporfwtJy well dt**crib« the fuactit»Ji» of all article-* exhibited to tin. I'tf ►t:rc«-"H ;«!"s*'J l^r tU«" bullt-t ott'l found ir b ihe ti-«: m-tm -t oewwary to LflV<t it«- icsjV'iabraiJW <f oamet, cc conjln? t« tL«« Aa*triati*« ibedry. Wb»-a ibf j<:i'j»":«' tin !-•«* braib bad U<:j re* llcird. ib«* |*?l!«*al nt;:':.-L«-:<d !:an:«-« oi «i!l ci I l:r.d Outc before bi» iuj'Jry vv.A I<!J tbr tiarro of till a**ailaut.— Brk*fi(ific At-fii<au.

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A SON OF LOVE'S COMING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

A SON OF LOVE'S COMING U*+ ertDH «i:S «i ;M fwt «*ut *f t > j- tnul 1 1 «.'r:irsA. Huh r.i » It 14 r*i •n.-.i. Up U*n » n •• » U•» «:e«»a L*'** naut *>!^ » » •• ! ' *-• €»«• Tie rr > I M I vw» .i.M *J«A Tt*» t. . I • t 'f|-*ri lif-*. AtiJ. llffplft* »'■ '' M«fc* AfcJ J k»»13!o Ut?'»tjt*. Of r■. ■' J » - ii l •"' TVrtj. cix»t*f. ci* II it l» •»<• **a t;«»i v • . || t »jt« «<»inIl.« fft«r t ft r-«T «:«p I,- t . H.. Kith rc«ri ctvnt4

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